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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • today you will be tomorrow.” He who believes in reincarnation must
    • was a fact. If a disaster or a sorrow befall you, try keeping in mind
    • the thought that this sorrow or accident has not occurred by some
    • event, a sorrow or some mishap. You do need a mood, a certain feeling
    • sorrow or joy must have a cause and, in turn, can cause future events.
    • you will wake up tomorrow morning, provided circumstances and your
    • outer surroundings. Everything that crowds into us from the outside
    • tomorrow but forever. Such thoughts are found in the various religious
    • streams through us, the more the power of inner sight grows in us.
    • crowd the scene today, it has become necessary to present a picture of
    • path leading to a narrow gate. Everybody can reach this narrow gate
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • the Post Office, Nagler said, ‘Well, if people want to throw
    • seems fully justified here to throw up the other question: How is it
    • which makes man the crown of creation. We can best bring this before
    • that which grows over and beyond the differences of gender, we see
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • who are more narrowly inclined toward the care of the inner life
    • try to throw light on the relationships of vegetable and meat
    • earthly life, need not necessarily grow out of the virginal nature
    • will no longer restrict himself to a narrow life. The person who is
    • fundamentally a meat eater, however, limits himself to more narrow
    • above the narrow circles of existence. An extreme diet of meat is
    • easily to lift themselves out of their narrow circles. The person
    • growth forces. It is the element man has in common with the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • him are a brownish red in colour — various shades tending toward
    • brownish red. In a man of high moral ideals the rays are lilac-violet
    • in modern life. In those days they made use of all kinds of growing
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • growth forces. It is the element man has in common with
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • spiritual part helps in the whole growth and development of the human
    • preceding life but have rather elaborated in this life, grows ever
    • ancient pedagogy. Children growing up under our artificial education
    • mysteries will throw more light on this historical fact.
    • itself; it can establish a connection with Christ. Man can grow beyond
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • the plants grow out of the soil in springtime, and we see how the sun calls
    • and commercial life will grow increasingly strong. The earth's winter can
    • destiny of the soul to remain young even though the body may grow old.
    • Mystery of Golgotha, even when the body grows old. The soul will then feel
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • consciousness. This pre-knowledge is crowded into a time of life when
    • growth it remains horizontal. But the Earth has no forces enabling it
    • a growing child when we see him emerging from the crawling, wriggling,
    • protectors and guardians of a child's growth and development and see
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • from the original German by May Laird-Brown, and edited for this
    • what Lucifer and Ahriman intended and had been thrown upon our own
    • no need to crowd ourselves into such a room as this, and what we now
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • that the pre-Christian religions outgrow their one-sidedness and come
    • Christianity but rather to insist on a narrow view of it. In other
    • thirty crowns. But he gave me forty, because he was lending me ten in
    • he returned forty crowns instead of thirty, we're talking nonsense,
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • prowess available to people in those days, but by something entirely
    • his brow toward Lucifer. Similarly, Ahriman is not conquered by any
    • canteen; it was seen on a narrow street where it was forced to turn.
    • over it and this caused him to fall into the river and drown. Thus,
    • grow to determine future developments. In this regard, the
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • narrower senses, associations of human beings who are known to one
    • strives to grow out of and beyond the community, and this is right in
    • the full sense, allowing the individual to grow out of and beyond
    • community of blood: it must be a community of souls. What grows up as
    • like to found through the manner of our work, will thus grow and
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • to-day who grows angry, really angry, and has evil thoughts in respect to
    • everything has therefore grown more and more hardened as far as man's
    • change expression, but in a certain way the bodily form has grown firm
    • is on the way of growing rigid, like the physical body.
    • moulded at the present time, shall then have grown rigid. The tendency
    • grown rigid ... The human being should accustom himself to the fact that
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • concerning the evolution of the earth planet, which have grown up on
    • For observe, the drop would not throw off particles from itself, were the
    • We are aware of active growth during the summer succeeded by rest and
    • of plant growth. However paradoxical it may sound to the modern ear, it is an
    • physical plants growing out of the soil, spiritual sight beholds spiritual
    • beings, etheric beings, growing downward, so to speak, out of the entire
    • physical plants attain fullness of growth, we see, so to speak, just as many
    • as descend into the plant life growing up out of the ground. And it is not
    • growing out of the etheric realm and disappearing within the physical
    • the earth to activate plant growth. In the case of the plant the extra-
    • encounter, to begin with, beings that grow downward etherically toward
    • the earth just as plants grow upward, physically out of the earth. We have in
    • and spiritual forces into which we grow even as through our senses we
    • grow into the world of sense. But in the act of learning to know the spiritual
    • contrary, it will form the bond of union between those of us who grow up
    • growth of natural science itself brings out in its latest phase. I should
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • evolution during the age of the Spiritual Soul must be the growth of
    • another must become ever greater and greater. This interest must grow
    • Archai. This will come about through a growing recognition of the
    • same subject by Woodrow Wilson. I have carried out the experiment with
    • great care: it is possible to take over certain sentences from Woodrow
    • transplanted into the lectures subsequently published by Woodrow
    • sentence. In Woodrow Wilson, on the other hand, it is as though his
    • from Woodrow Wilson's side derives from a certain state of possession.
    • grow as it were into colour when one listens to his speech. One will
    • social community of men will live and grow together; think how
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • forces are growing ever stronger as part of human evolution.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • there awakened in Middle Europe an impulse leading to the growth of
    • two-dimensional shadow-picture, thrown on the screen. Goethe seems to
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • particular truths have, and that is what we will talk about tomorrow.
    • knowledge are the same forces that you grow with at the time of life
    • when this growth culminates in the change of teeth. These sleeping
    • but are the same forces as those we grow with from our birth to the age of
    • for his healthy growth and that go to sleep within his body when the
    • corresponding phases of growth are completed.
    • everything being connected with man's growing and becoming larger.
    • Thus man grows beyond all this work being done on him by the earth; all
    • certainty that man's blood has grown weaker. And the great turning-point
    • when human blood began to grow weak lay in the middle of the fifteenth
    • age of thirty the grownup will remember what the child took in, perhaps,
    • them tomorrow and the day after tomorrow. But if you are the artist kind
    • yesterday, today, tomorrow and the day after tomorrow according to the
    • again he will again be electrified by the growing child and will know
    • the way their blood worked. But our blood has grown weak and has lost
    • nose than the other, and one has blue eyes whereas the other has brown.
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • harmonize, for here (arrow at left side), ascending from below
    • upwards, we come to the soul-realm; and here (arrow at right
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • the outer world grows and intensifies, the more does this outer world
    • love, grow together. Freedom and love are also that which man,
    • grow, so what is unfolded through freedom must find an element in
    • which to grow through the love that lives in our deeds.
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • incomprehensible. However, if we investigate them without narrow-minded
    • borrowed the vessels of the ancient Egyptian teachers of wisdom in order to
    • Ahriman kills Osiris, throws him into the Nile, and the Nile carries the
    • simultaneously, the force that ripens everything that grows out of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • as well as the old instinctive clairvoyance had grown very dim as the
    • indeed grown remote from the Mystery of Golgotha. We must become aware
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • way as to throw light on what we consider to be the tasks of the
    • laboratories and observatories and clinics is not such as to throw us
    • When he thought about the world, he felt himself, so to speak, “grown
    • to-day. Self-consciousness has grown steadily stronger in the course of
    • instinct; free, on the other hand, where we have grown independent of
    • struck with the growing recognition of the value and importance of the
    • inner being of Nature grows.
    • outlook; hence his self-consciousness did not grow. He remained more
    • the development of thinking; and the consciousness of self has grown
    • directed primarily to the will, in order that he might grow strong
    • it must grow into Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition. And this
    • different fields can grow into a knowledge of man, a comprehensive
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • itself radiate light but at most throw it back. The truth is that in
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • are thrown back, and he experiences it in his consciousness. What he
    • vision widens and Man grows into the heavens of the fixed stars. The
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • viewpoint, how a child grows into the world. These facts can be
    • that these rays, having grown together here in the center, form as it
    • strange to the habitual ideas of today. By the time we have grown to
    • his etheric heart — and in that which has grown out of the pictures
    • etheric and the astral heart, wherein an etheric from the cosmos grows
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • an inner sense of the arch of my brow as in the temple!” Inwardly
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • into his capacity of intellectual thinking in its narrower sense, which
    • This is an idea to which man needs to grow accustomed so as to step even
    • Before the eye of my soul man can appear. Not that man should grow proud in
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • growth-forces as well as in those hidden forces through which
    • unconscious activity, right into the growth activity, into the daily
    • contained in our forces: growth and nutrition, as well as in our
    • of the invisible man penetrates only into the nutrition and growth
    • into the etheric, and on into the physical organization (see arrow).
    • (see arrows). In the human being after birth, this stream flows into
    • growth process, as the process that constantly renews the human being
    • continually be a preponderance of the growth forces active from below
    • predominating growth forces, grow radiply tall. The the
    • (white). And because the nerves are pushing out (arrows), the pus is
    • plant grows toward this activity from below upward and takes up this
    • used in small doses to counteract excessive growth processes in the
    • cannot talk about an equilibrium anymore. Then the growth processes
    • as they are active in the growth of plants — as
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • It grows almost like a mineral moss or a mineral lichen. One can see that
    • you to stay here through the night and listen to me till tomorrow morning,
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • are growing in the meadow. Just as this statement will only be of use
    • the cosmic forces thrown back or reflected by the Moon reach us upon
    • relation to other men — within narrow limits. But if he takes into
    • work from man to man across the narrow confines of terrestrial space,
    • intimate and tender than is possible within the narrow confines of
    • kept it, man could never have grown free. The ancient vision was
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • initiation gradually died out, through the growing influence of
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • view of the low estimation of literary activity at that time, borrowed
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • literary activity at that time, borrowed the actor's name. These
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • Luther throws an inkpot at the Devil's head. Faust enters into a pact
    • forces which stream out in every direction. Form grows precisely out
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • through this, that the gates of Mysticism and Occultism are thrown
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • with these he grows more and more closely acquainted. You must not
    • if men would take a little more trouble to grow acquainted with the
    • try to talk them out of their sorrow. Sorrow is justified; one should
    • grow strong to bear it, not let oneself be talked out of it. In regard
    • to the pain and the sorrow, people make no distinction as to whether
    • out of the infinite sorrow with which the present days are fraught
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • speak or in a fully grown adult are artfully structured.
    • the soil below. If a region grows mainly cabbages, you will
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • other four life-processes are united. Secretion, sustenance, growth
    • life-processes — secretion, sustenance, growth and reproduction
    • its forces of growth, with all the inner forces which enabled it to
    • crust” includes everything that grows up out of it, and without
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • appearance, the Bronze King, who represents power, and Love who crowns
    • middle of the nineteenth century and humanity was thrown back on its
    • independently side by side, and are not thrown together in a single
    • thrown together abstractly.
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • event that moves you to joy or sorrow. Now you know that the whole of
    • are thus thrown up, elemental beings plunge; they mix themselves up,
    • environment. By following this interplay, we can throw a light on many
    • Tomorrow will be my wedding day!”
    • Tomorrow will be my wedding day!”
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • Sun has grown up which is really modelled wholly upon earthly
    • the first three periods of ten years. This is the period of growth,
    • for as a matter of fact the activity of the growth forces does not
    • not always be confined to its dark burrows in the pound. But in our
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • What does all this signify? If you study the origin and growth of man
    • an ear. That is to say, man might grow in such a way as to have an ear
    • ‘ear’ which tends to grow downward is changed into the lower
    • And so we may say: Regard the growing human being. He is born without
    • lapse of thirty years; it very soon grows faint, even with those who
    • will grow and grow, until it comes about once more that only he who is
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • people are powerless today — have grown more and more powerless
    • are thrown back into ourselves. Taken all in all, we have to say that
    • This sickly eroticism which has grown up — also in people's minds
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • the way in which the dream, as it grows in intensity, evokes
    • weapon — all these are borrowed from life. The pictures
    • physical world was concerned Frederick Barbarossa was drowned,
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • We see the physical body grow still. We see the human being unable to
    • more widely, but growing fainter and fainter, and the music growing
    • grows louder this is perceived as a fading away of the inner etheric
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • preserved, in narrower circles, a deeper insight into the Christ
    • which he grows to be independent of all Earthly things — flows
    • historical growth of humanity is the Christ, Who for three years —
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • and try to discover the laws underlying its growth and life? Is not
    • consciously realised by him any more than the laws of growth are
    • humanity, a precious stone dropped from his crown. This stone was the
    • A stone falls from Lucifer's crown and this stone becomes the holy cup
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • crown of wisdom was to understand how the Christ Being had entered
    • respect grows up within us. Profound wisdom was taught in the early
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • thinking grows more independent within the life of humanity, we
    • explained to you just now. Particularly the years of sorrow, the
    • sea of human life has grown restless. What is that?
    • face one another AS SOULS, in an ever growing measure!
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • when the sphere gradually grows smaller and finally this sphere, upon
    • which, the higher Spirits work, becomes quite small, it grows smaller
    • endure, would have grown nervous through the way in which his fellow
    • born without doing anything towards this, and they grow ...” Of
    • human race must grow barren.
    • if we grow conscious of the forces contained in what they leave
    • behind, then a spiritual growth will be possible. Souls must be there
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • indicate what this prototype is, and throw light upon the whole
    • sight of a Greek Temple “makes us feel the very marrow of our
    • has outgrown the wisdom that the Seven Wise Masters had been able to
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • Germanic-English race has grown out of two fundamental principles: on
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • activity in those worlds grows ever less and less. For He was the
    • fact of Death. For by degrees the soul within them had grown so
    • which man's spiritual Freedom grows. Because they are dead —
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • that a time had arrived when the Gods had to grow out beyond what is
    • Here up above, the Gods grow more and more exalted. Down below an
    • how, just where the physical and material grows weak and faint and
    • grows correspondingly active in his soul. When the Michael Festival
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • physical, is the world which we have grown accustomed to call the
    • overwhelmed and drowned by the coarser ideas which flow into us from
    • borrowed from the surrounding world, into our feelings and
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • this I shall deal with today and tomorrow — when one has in
    • Thereupon Horus, her son, became angry, tore the crown from her head
    • uttered so much nonsense about Egyptian conceptions as Woodrow Wilson
    • him up to overthrow Chronos, just as Chronos overthrew Uranus, only
    • successive generations of Gods: Gaea-Uranus; Uranus overthrown
    • Chronos and Rhea; then Chronos overthrown again through Zeus,
    • which the modern man, who is somewhat more narrow-minded than the
    • themselves against them. The Intuitive were thus overthrown through
    • overthrown. What has been left? Well, just as from Uranus-Gaea the
    • we confine ourselves today to the two mythologies and tomorrow touch
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • what we now crowd together in a few moments as regards the outer
    • the air was everywhere filled with Light phenomena; for the grown
    • the rest of the organism, that has also grown coarser. So that in
    • time to time in the outgrowths of Psycho-Analysis or similar things.
    • should just imagine that! One should picture for once the crowing
    • imagine that they had to realize that what they crow is after all the
    • had grown to such a pitch that they asked themselves: When I form a
    • nothing to do with it. Since that time people have grown accustomed
    • tomorrow — how he is to rise again, and how the resurrection
    • is to be brought about. Tomorrow's considerations shall have
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • mother and seized the crown from her. Then it is related that either
    • head in place of the crown, and since then she has been portrayed
    • set a crown on her head in the place where once the old Isis had had
    • the crown which Horus had seized from her, that is to say, on the
    • spot where she developed the cow-horns. But this crown was merely of
    • crowns on her head, the cow-horns and the paper crown embellished
    • power of the cow-horns grasped the paper crown and changed it into an
    • actual golden crown of genuine substance.
    • crown which is written upon in the new deeply profound scientific
    • method, that even the paper crown will become a genuine golden crown.
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • growth and thriving, of everything imaginable, so, in the first
    • head-region in man, the region of the brow, the upper head, the
    • And Jupiter is connected with the development of the human brow,
    • number of persons were accused, among them a certain Petrowski, among
    • Lenin; so too, Petrowski; that they had no really serious friendship
    • Messrs. Petrowski and Kameneff as counsel, advocate. He was the
    • against both Petrowski and Kameneff-Rosenfeld was of high-treason and
    • brought forward supplied proof that Petrowski and Kameneff had
    • fairly sound skins. Petrowski is now the Minister of the Interior in
    • for many, many politicians what Mr. Woodrow Wilson says is a gospel.
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • grows up and attains the age known to us as the average age of life.
    • growing older was connected with a transformation of the soul and
    • He had the joy of not only progressing during his growth, and
    • This kind of growing
    • Napoleon had seven years in which to grow familiar with what he later
    • with sorrowful feelings can one now behold such a motto: ‘For
    • be disinclined and grow inclined for it.
    • obvious, immense veneration for one who had grown old; a looking up
    • one's whole feeling, and to grow up under this impression. It is of
    • infinite consequence to grow up in such a way as not merely to look
    • years I have already mentioned here and there to our friends: We grow
    • older. But only our physical body grows older. For from the spiritual
    • aspect it is not true that we grow older. It is a maya, an external
    • forces, but we see there is a difference: the physical body grows
    • ‘having-grown-young-in-forces’. There is of course no
    • inner necessity that he had grown so old; for instance, a tile from a
    • am not speaking of such things. But after he had grown so old, in his
    • soul he had in fact not grown old, but precisely young. This
    • his becoming-younger. No account is taken of one's growing younger as
    • one grows older! At first glance it is not always immediately
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  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • head develops, how a man grows up — shows that the head goes
    • young in growing old. Because men do not keep the inner livingness
    • their heart grows cold; the heart warmth does not stream up to the
    • expressing to you. Reflect that the human being grows up today under
    • forty, fifty, sixty years old, and as I grow older from decade to
    • decade, there comes towards me through growing older something of the
    • man. But the world threatens to be ruled by a schoolmaster, [Woodrow
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • in upon the earth, a fine universal substance (arrows inwards), and
    • then streams away again (arrows pointing outwards). So that one can
    • indicated as inwardly directed arrows, and with those pointing
    • the etheric body, and which, while we are growing old physically,
    • ‘But Pulver's belief in Christ ought to grow out of depths of
    • sorrow and doubt if from the stage he wished to win disciples.
    • tomorrow on what he had found out or learnt today — because he
    • grown into a habit in human souls, then the same journalists who
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • cosmos and is thrown back again.
    • — a sort of hollow sphere that grows ever smaller and smaller.
    • through our ego, what grows from within outward against the
    • that force which, bearing the influence of the earth, grows counter
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • also very interesting, in the case of some grown-up person who is
    • child, or even a grown-up, is exerting himself to learn to speak a
    • It is not right to throw everything back to the past. The right
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • We see him growing beyond what those around him have to say, coming
    • very growth and unfolding life of the plants. And this is an eloquent
    • world which had grown up since the fifteenth century. In his youth he
    • the Greek attitude to the word and the comprehension of growth, of
    • growing up and then vanishing. Just as we construct a world-system
    • processes of growth and ‘becoming’ in the outer world, to
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • furrowed in the life of soul-and-spirit just like the physical brain
    • means of which we grow, the sum-total of the forces which work, also,
    • to our sorrow, forgetting often comes very easily to us. But a man
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • elaborated by the intellect grow more and more abundant. They
    • of development. To-morrow we shall continue to examine the course of
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • same time he felt that the human being can only grow in regard to his
    • shall grow smaller and smaller, and the head shall grow larger and
    • spiritual-scientific knowledge does not throw light upon that
    • nature existing within his sentient and volitive parts; he grows
    • this alone can throw light upon the conditions of the earth.
    • science, therefore, does not rise out of the narrow-minded people who
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • sorrowful times.
    • grows older and older. But this is not the case with the etheric
    • body does not in any way grow older; the etheric body grows younger
    • and younger, in the same degree in which the physical body grows
    • our earthly life it grows younger and younger, until it reaches its
    • body has not grown young enough, but has instead maintained a certain
    • friends, may throw some light upon this question.
    • water and drowning? But this need not be true at all; a physical
    • from the physical body it grows large. Consequently we should not
    • drawn out of our etheric body as we grow old in the course of our
    • becomes the spiritual property of an ever growing number of
    • grows out of spiritual science; so that we may not fail to wrest from
    • and become his larynx. The lobe of the larynx grows upwards and forms
    • Shall grow forth a spirit-fruit,
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    • growth which are connected with the will.
    • civilisation. Even those who believe that they have grown out of it
    • ancestor of the Three Kings. Such people have by no means grown
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    • of decay, but also with the forces of growth and progress. It would
    • himself: I wish to enter the world that contains the forces of growth
    • inner forces, are pursued within the narrower circles of our Groups.
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    • will have a sorrowful picture! For most people are not in the least
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    • time that the Anthroposophical Movement should grow more and more, in
    • and growth of the Anthroposophical Movement as well as of the
    • Religious Renewal shall grow and flourish more and more, but always
    • had to be given for a Cult, a Cult whose growth in our present time
    • arise in regard to this Cult when I speak tomorrow of the
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    • gradually be acquired by speaking of things repeatedly and throwing
    • while we experience these things, we grow tired, we get used up. This
    • is constantly the case: we grow tired. Although our weariness is
    • up, we grow older, and our strength gradually dwindles. Consequently,
    • we also grow tired in a wider sense. When we grow older, we know that
    • strength, we grow tired, during our life on earth.
    • can ask: Why do the Gods allow us to grow weary? The fact that here
    • just now. In growing more and more tired, during the course of our
    • that the more weary we grow, the more the infirmities of life arise,
    • grown fragile. This would enable us to experience that feeling more
    • into the feeling experience of our physical part, while we grow
    • slowly. Yet growing weary is a real process. At first, it does not
    • on, fatigue gradually begins to drown the vital forces, and then the
    • growing weary, and during this process (even though it only gives us,
    • growing weary accompanies us throughout our life, so that we are able
    • While we thus grow
    • grows tired, yet this weariness means that a knowledge of the heart's
    • wisdom, which we collected during the process of growing weary, all
    • lecture. Here, in the physical world, we gradually grow accustomed to
    • to know other people. As we grow accustomed to life in the physical
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    • throws his impulse into Finnish life, Wainamoinen abandons the
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    • the human world around him. He grows up, and as he does so he grows
    • growing up, now turns inward and becomes a striving to make one's
    • further away from the externalized science that has been an outgrowth
    • life and practice are outgrowths of a materialistic science, and a
    • is an outgrowth of pain and suffering. It is perhaps just those
    • us. They throw light, however, on the question of what must be done
    • to the totality of that life. Just as growing old can mean developing
    • borrowed from the world outside. The motives in such cases are
    • enterprises are outgrowths of anthroposophy. This must be kept firmly
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    • it, throws off and allows to pass before it. During the first few days after
    • grown man is very clever today] that the clever man can form an opinion
    • in his own cleverness which every grown man has today, he simply ignores the
    • in their grasp everything that ought to be as free as the flowers that grow
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    • qualified anthroposophy is to throw light on life in the widest
    • it also throws light on the great span of human existence that
    • only throw light on forgetting by turning our attention to its
    • activity of the etheric body. The termination of the plant's growth
    • at the top, and the gathering up of its whole growth in the blossom
    • growth of the plant. The fact that in man the vertebrae of the spine
    • produced was like, grows a little further and then produces the next
    • wheat a wheat stalk and ears will grow, and out of a bean will come a
    • produce a plant of a definite shape and growth. Is this also the case
    • were just as enclosed within the limits of a certain form of growth
    • in embryonic form as with a bean. The bean grows from the seed in any
    • Besides the part that is used for growth, which is that part of his
    • own use; he uses it neither for growth nor for his natural organic
    • has any significance at all for a person's growth and development.
    • in the other. This free part of the etheric body that has grown
    • anyway, because its whole etheric body is used for growth, and there
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    • and afterwards put on holy airs — they ought to be thrown to
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    • year because nature herself indicates this by making foods grow only
    • essential thing about evolution is that man grows more and more
    • and has not yet attained a new inner one. Man has outgrown nature —
    • but has not yet grown into the spirit. He is still floundering today
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    • growing larger and larger beyond the space he previously occupied,
    • until man has grown accustomed to live solely in the world of the
    • these handicaps that he grows strong and acquires experience, for it
    • to mould the growth and development of this organ in the course of
    • spiritual science will grow into something that will become part of
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    • significant events if we want to throw light on the real nature of
    • the astral body. In the case of sorrow that leads to weeping, we can
    • expression of sorrow, for example. You would have to examine sorrow
    • it. For example, sorrow can be the expression of being forsaken by
    • forsaken. This is the expression of sorrow leading to tears, that the
    • astral body is compressed by the ego in the grip of sorrow, this
    • sorrow and tears in that world where they can no longer be overcome.
    • backwards instead of forwards. The right balance between sorrow and
    • When sorrow and joy are not just within a man's own self but have
    • establish the correct relationship between sorrow and joy and the
    • surrounding world all the time, then sorrow and joy will be real
    • poets often find such beautiful words for the kind of sorrow and joy
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    • brown. And an overpowering feeling of ego arising from offended
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    • go on working at the whole development of the growing human being
    • I have the plant in front of me as a seed and there as a fully grown
    • observes the fully grown lily of the valley, it sees the physical
    • scientist has the fully grown lily of the valley in front of him
    • disappears further and further and the physical grows great, whilst
    • stage. We can understand how we may throw away the parts, piece by
    • becomes the vehicle of the new. Then even this will be thrown off and
    • and discard the old, and what is thrown off will seek its own path.
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    • understand the foundation of the legend that has grown up in
    • own soul something that is able to throw spiritual light upon the
    • throws upon the human soul. Thereby sound social feelings, also those
    • help this fruit to grow and thrive. When Schopenhauer said: “To
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    • one's own narrow prejudices has been shown to human beings on Earth,
    • shall now be mentioned because it can throw light upon the point
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    • within the human being. Growth, however, continues until checked by
    • contribute towards a thorough understanding of this subject and throw
    • shall find that the cessation of growth may be compared with some
    • will therefore think about the cessation of growth which after all
    • there is no more remodelling of the brain. All that happens is growth
    • his form merely needs to grow. The basis for the form has been
    • on growing and the basic principles of his form develop still
    • further. If nothing else intervened, growth would be able to continue
    • forms should not continue to grow if nothing were to intervene. But
    • something does intervene. When the human being stops growing, certain
    • a hindrance, and further growth is prevented. The formative
    • further growth. That is why growth stops at some point. When growth
    • grow larger, provision must be made for the stoppage of growth by the
    • the diagram) this form can continue to grow.
    • human being can grow only to the limit indicated by the line b–b.
    • on, and thenceforth cannot grow beyond its limits.
    • further development. Thus the process of growth in the human being is
    • regular Spirits of Form, put a stop to his growth. This is actually
    • from within outwards until the growth of the physical form is
    • Just as the cessation of growth is caused by the
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    • prepared to penetrate behind the mysteries of existence, can throw no
    • of a grown-up person, however, or of a child from a certain age
    • of destruction are ever and again subjugated by the forces of growth;
    • by man would be possible if the process of growth were not opposed by
    • May that which works and lives, the ever-growing,
    • impressions from the spiritual world crowded in upon them. It was
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    • nature. If children are allowed to grow up without having any ideas
    • health and growth, who send down from the spiritual world into our
    • or other beings, either promoting or harming health and growth.
    • and growth, from the higher worlds into this physical world. And when
    • Here again light is thrown upon the fact that our life
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    • place through the man throwing himself completely into the life of
    • Land of Spirit it is an immediate reality, one which grows ever
    • possible side whatever can throw light on the nature of the spiritual
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    • this desire, Achamod, thrown out into the world and permeating it.
    • call (to borrow a Greek word) the Demiurgos, the cosmic Architect.
    • says: “Now at last we have grown up; we have acquired the ideas
    • its time of nursery play. The grown-up soul of today, with its
    • us; it would throw no light on what is shown to the clairvoyant soul.
    • that I wished to give you today. We will continue tomorrow.
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    • Jesus would have again decreased; but it would not have narrowed down
    • thrown out only as a question. It is one of the many questions which
    • post-Atlantean epoch. It became more and more narrowed down, but in
    • manifested on ground which (as we shall see tomorrow) had been
    • tomorrow we enter a little into the character of Paul.
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    • lead towards the themes and throw light upon them. One theme,
    • Jesus-child, on whose nature the Luke Gospel throws some gleams of
    • dragon. And the Greeks imagined Apollo as shooting his arrows at the
    • George, shooting his arrows at the dragon. And when Apollo had
    • understand this kind of growing together, belonging together, of the
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    • being he would be the highest flower, the crown, of earthly creation.
    • Thus wrote he of whom tomorrow we will speak further,
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    • his horse had to make a leap in order not to be thrown into the
    • Has brought this sorrow as thy doom.”
    • will give you tomorrow.
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    • off for his anointing and crowning under God's protection. Most
    • Anyone who wishes to hold fast to a narrow creed will
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    • external physical human being; in what grows from the ovum, becoming
    • ensheaths the growing human being and then falls away from it —
    • see young in ancient times, whom we see grow even if with the
    • that the evolutionary epochs sit on the same diagonal row, with the
    • middle row beginning with ‘manifestation inwardly’ and
    • row. Words in brackets have been added to the origin in order to
    • indicate the diagonal rows.
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    • Anyone capable of observing the mirror-pictures thrown back by the
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    • certain particular truths. If we grow more and more acquainted with
    • must be the result of victories; our strength grows if we overcome
    • certain amount of light can be thrown upon the question of destiny if
    • science is really in a position to throw light upon such problems of
    • able to have within the physical body. The fact that grief and sorrow
    • impressions of grief and sorrow are added to what we have experienced
    • connected with the fact that, on the one hand, grief and sorrow must
    • And even though grief and sorrow cannot diminish through the
    • on earth. What has begun with the sorrow we have felt in losing a
    • but on the whole we may observe certain important points which throw
    • that he is losing it more, and more, it will become an ever growing
    • grow poor if no other forces were to stream down upon the earth from
    • pervading our present time it appears that man's thoughts grow
    • this force grows powerless because man must become independent, he
    • will, for instance, grow more and more obstinate and self-willed (we
    • will have to take place in a growing measure, so that the human
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    • Sometimes our sympathies grow into friendship and love — love
    • grow intelligible to him when he views them in this light or that,
    • is at this stage that the human individuality grows ripe to enter no
    • human beings. And only after a longer time has elapsed do we grow
    • that our views and conceptions of life grow out of nothing — or
    • that they arise anew in every age. They grow from the soil in which
    • immediate future. Many an old custom has grown rotten to the core.
    • the new life without those impulses which grow in him through
    • life grows different through spiritual science. The super-sensible, in
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    • another and become many individuals. Rather do they strive to grow
    • significance. Man must grow beyond earth existence through knowledge
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    • speaking of things repeatedly and throwing light upon them from many
    • experience these things, we grow tired, we get used up. This is
    • constantly the case: we grow tired. Although our weariness is
    • become used up, we grow older, and our strength gradually dwindles.
    • Consequently, we also grow tired in a wider sense. When we grow
    • wear out our strength, we grow tired, during our life on earth.
    • us to grow weary? The fact that here on earth we get tired and wear
    • In growing more and more tired, during the course of our life, we
    • Consider the fact that the more weary we grow, the more
    • whose limbs have grown fragile. This would enable us to experience
    • Yet growing weary is a real process. At first, it does not exist at
    • fatigue gradually begins to drown the vital forces, and then the
    • growing weary, and during this process (even though it only gives
    • dim, insignificant feeling of growing weary accompanies us
    • While we thus grow weary during our life and begin to
    • of our organs, of our inner organs. Our heart grows tired, yet this
    • collected during the process of growing weary, all the Hierarchies
    • world, we gradually grow accustomed to life by having, to begin
    • people. As we grow accustomed to life in the physical world, we
    • Shall grow out a spiritual fruit,
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    • “I see growing within me, out of this event, the feeling —
    • impression strikes our sense-organs, and the moment we grow conscious
    • identical with the way in which it has grown out of “the
    • Dornach Building has grown, were they able to make use of that short
    • its rearguard, the Monists, simply crow about the fact that for
    • during these hard, sorrowful days that we can be brought to realise
    • descriptions should correspond to the Truth grows weaker and weaker.
    • How much richer we grow, through what Spiritual Science
    • and sorrowful events taking place on the physical plane, here in
    • from the sorrow of those who are left behind,
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    • millions of people, who are crowded together in a certain country.
    • That besides these millions of people who are crowded together in
    • this or the other land, growing out of this or that body of people
    • throw light upon the way in which this web, which we have only
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    • or under other laws. Personalities grow forth from quite definite
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    • a Folk-soul. If we wish to throw light upon the present inner being
    • we were only able to have feelings, to feel joy and sorrow and to
    • this reason they fully understand all the joy and sorrow the human
    • growth within him to lie fallow, if he did not trouble about them.
    • the people. Thus we see the growth of the Dutch and the Portuguese
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    • period of growth man is in reality under the influence of these
    • born. So we see that man has thoroughly grown together with his
    • childhood. Later on their influence grows less; hence a man is less
    • come into consideration here are the yellow and the brownish races of
    • Let us suppose a man grows up from his childhood to a
    • forth. At first he is only a being who grows physically. That which
    • in the small boy is compressed into a narrow space, must first expand
    • organize his growth in size. Then the spiritual must begin and the
    • next lecture we will consider the growing up of peoples out of the
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    • not be an element forming and throwing up waves so easily as water,
    • but it would form and throw up waves in a denser substance.
    • become solid. Viscous waves were then thrown up from the South, so
    • yourselves a mighty wave being thrown up from the South, which
    • Thus we have been able to throw light upon that which
    • further to-morrow.
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    • direction they take when they are thrown back, reflected.
    • which then throws light on the matter from another aspect. We can
    • which runs in two strands parallel with the spinal marrow and spreads
    • of the nineteenth century. In all this the son of the brown race did
    • of that which makes the white man great. The brown man is made great
    • Thus spoke the Indian Chief, from his point of view. The brown man
    • between the conquerors and the last of the great Chiefs of the brown
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    • people, He employed at first, while this race was gradually growing
    • that in ancient times the gradually growing Semitic people had an
    • of the world, is gradually to grow for humanity. The point in
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    • peoples who were growing up in Europe in preparation for the fifth
    • find among Eastern peoples. We shall to-morrow try to find access to
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    • should everywhere find that these things throw light upon the matter,
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    • the individual community from which the single individual grows
    • you consider the growth and mingling of the Intellectual Soul or Soul
    • which grows and blossoms in the soul, is perceived as the world which
    • Christianity which is growing on into the future. In Solovioff's
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    • through clairvoyant perception of that which may grow up in a soul
    • found by Initiates. Humanity is growing into that world in order to
    • once able to give, and which the human soul is growing away from, is
    • also be a severe trial for that which has to grow up in the domain of
    • accept what has grown up for us from the soil of Europe. The
    • be limited and narrowed by Eastern traditions, nor be colored by the
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    • first time that the human intellect began to grow shadowy. This process has
    • keep them secret would be to throw sand into the eyes of men. Much of what is
    • a process of throwing sand into men's eyes so that no single event in history
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    • circle of members, is not borrowed from the Theosophical Society, but
    • sense than are physical facts. If a plant grows, and develops blossom
    • spiritual science, which not only throws light on the being of man and
    • cons of this matter. People must grow accustomed to many things in the
    • can be understood, for one must first grow used to these things. But he
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    • growth begins. So when we see a plant growing this year it is actually
    • being enabled to grow by the forces of last year's Sun which
    • not always be thrown into confusion owing to the dates of the
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    • a growing point for what is to come. If he created Madonnas or some
    • work. It was therefore with a sorrowing heart at having to give up
    • has to tell us himself out of the depth of a sorrowing heart about
    • Michelangelo's painting growing out into space. If we look at
    • reveals to us the hidden destiny of the human soul growing forth from
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    • assimilated with sweat of the brow. That is a sine qua non in
    • should not live through in the drowsiness of sleep and dream what
    • make their way through the world in the drowsiness of sleep and
    • may perhaps be able to distinguish the grown plants, because that is
    • In the lecture to-morrow
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    • Science. For many centuries men have grown accustomed to look at only
    • idea in the abstract, it is quite possible to throw light on history
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    • body tissues which tend towards an over-exuberant growth. Many an
    • In the present time we find ulcerous growths in the human body, which
    • Humanity will grow more and more conscious of the fact that it is the
    • plant in its process of growth, not as something dead and finished,
    • but as something in a constant process of growth, passing from leaf
    • have both religious and scientific concepts, yet they do not throw a
    • way in which it grows as a continuation of its pre-natal,
    • consequence, human interests have grown narrower, a trait which may
    • they need, when human interests have grown wider, when they have
    • possible to grow conscious of something which transcends egoistic
    • plant-like condition, it would grow ill — ulcerous growths,
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    • which makes him grow together with his earthly life. When we
    • that we grow richer and richer; our content grows, our whole
    • being expands and becomes a world. Man himself actually grows to
    • ourselves grow into the organism of the earth; within it we
    • pervaded by the growing life of plants. Imaginative knowledge
    • grow in the same way as that upon the earth. It is possible to
    • the plants grow out of the soil. But it is otherwise when we
    • observe the “vegetable growth” in man. There the
    • plants grow in such a way that their roots are outside and grow
    • life, but with a whole vegetation growing into it. What disturbs
    • freeze up the vegetation or spiritual plant growth which arises
    • Golgotha. We grow aware of this when we really penetrate into
    • us will do tomorrow is determined by Karma and already lives in
    • happen to us, for example tomorrow. Only if the will is
    • sense we are all prophets. For example, we all know that tomorrow
    • field will be able to foretell what it will look like tomorrow
    • upon it tomorrow. The same applies to inner life. Man lives in
    • We thus grow
    • together cognisantly with the spiritual world. We grow together
    • birth to death. When passing through the portal of death we grow
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    • utterances have absolutely no meaning — Woodrow Wilson, who
    • growing into spirit-self, as I have often explained he is growing
    • being growing in his inner nature beyond what he can be as earthly
    • experienced by those whose karma enables them to grow beyond the
    • outgrowing the state of mind which permits him to think of himself as
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    • constructed by the intellect — no plant can grow from it. This
    • real root grows a real plant; and from a real knowledge, whereby man
    • can unite his spirit with the Spirits of the World, grows little by
    • find our way into our body, to grow increasingly one with it, so do
    • at all without our personality taking part in it. And as we grow into
    • higher man will grow up within him.
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    • certain sense — developed with them. Growing up in ordinary
    • we are not thrown together by chance with other people. That the path
    • memories, and friends grow apart again. And this putting the
    • must outgrow. Every single human being must develop himself as an
    • grow.
    • nature as will enable us to understand the growing, developing human
    • unsuitable and will become ever more unsuitable for the growth of
    • it will grow stronger and stronger. People will find themselves more
    • what tremendous and growing opposition there is to social
    • the growing child. What long-winded theories are devised in every
    • the sciences revolve; for it not only throws light upon the
    • they would have as much reason to sorrow over this as we have to
    • he is in search of, under what impressions he grows up; it describes
    • having outgrown the realism attached to the senses. Above all we may
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    • contemplate the germination and growth of a plant. This meditation works
    • the growth forces of the plant itself.
    • the plant as it grows and unfolds its blossoms. This thinking follows how
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    • which unites earth and man with the worlds beyond the earth. To-morrow
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    • for the very reason that what is here said will grow out of the soil
    • means to grow mangolds, potatoes and corn! Without this foundation
    • is the beetroot growing in the earth. To take it just for what it is
    • within its narrow limits, is nonsense if in reality its growth
    • with narrow, limited objects, not with effects and influences from
    • “If the cock crows on the dunghill,
    • spiritual insight, what the old instincts — as they are growing
    • emancipation grows. In human and animal life we find phenomena
    • aspect of the Earth with its plant-growth. (The plant-growth is
    • throughout the “household of Nature,” as we have grown
    • grow thick, even fleshy, as you went downward; the ears would be
    • with the inner forte of reproduction and growth — everything
    • into all the growth of plants, but they are unable to do so unless
    • grows too strong, may even find relief in thunderstorms. How
    • growth of plants in quite a different way, albeit, I need hardly say,
    • grow or will not grow, whether or no they have been planted with an
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    • throughout the growth of Nature. The Earth's surface is a real organ,
    • farm, and the plants themselves grow upward in the belly of the farm.
    • — works upon plant-growth in the same way in which our head
    • Earth. Thus, so far as plant-growth is concerned, we must look for
    • growth of plants, works not directly — not by direct radiation
    • growth of plants — are in reality cosmic influences rayed back
    • growth of plants. (We shall take plant-growth to begin with, and
    • unfolding of the growth-processes, and they depend throughout on the
    • itself grows inwardly alive and develops its own chemical processes,
    • wherever we are studying plant growth, we should be clear in the
    • kind of external “digestion.” For plant-growth, in
    • all grow dreadfully stupid, for to be clever we need to have
    • relation to plant growth, what happens in the minerals at this time
    • forces that are particularly important for plant-growth.
    • especially effective for plant-growth. The practical question is:
    • “How can we really make use of this for the growth of
    • direct the growth of plants. I will observe at once, if we are
    • effective for the growth of plants. I mean, the crystalline forces
    • snow. (The force of crystallisation, however, grows stronger and more
    • grows ever more complicated, till at last we get to the infinitely
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    • of growth — if it occurs at a place where it ought not to occur
    • independent, leaving outside him all is growing in the fields. If he
    • you grow into a conscious living experience of the nitrogen all
    • and silicon as the basis of plant growth too. Our need is to gain a
    • to wait for the winter. Their growth is retarded when they find a
    • we can look into the life and growth of all that goes on in and above
    • shall deal with this question tomorrow, and so find our way to the
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    • too they deal with narrow spheres of activity, or rather, with conclusions
    • which they feel able to draw from the investigation of narrow and restricted
    • growing what leads eventually to the formation of the tree as a whole.
    • all plant-growth has this slightly parasitic quality. It grows like
    • the assistance of plant-growth by manuring the earth. We need to do
    • in the direction of these arrows (Diagram 8);
    • stand under the influence of mineral manures will have a kind of growth
    • What happens at the places where the horns grow and the hoofs? A locality
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    • growth. Hence it was of great value for us to recognise that the soil
    • out of which the plant grows and which surrounds the roots, is in itself
    • a kind of continuation of growth within the earth. There is a vegetative
    • I even showed how we can imagine the transition from a thrown-up hillock
    • this common life — common to the Earth and all plant-growth—nor
    • the soil if plant-growth is to prosper there. Silicic acid, on the other
    • These influences need to be absorbed into the growth of the plant, if
    • still be of no use for plant-growth, unless by a proper manuring process
    • quantity of potash salts which the plant needs for its growth, no doubt
    • (or potash, generally speaking) carry the growth rather into those regions
    • stem or the like. The potash-content will hold back the growth in forming
    • Take yarrow[1]—a
    • you can use the dried herb just as well. Yarrow is indeed a miraculous
    • this yarrow is. It contains that of which I told you that the Spirit
    • organic places. Yarrow stands out in Nature as though some creator of
    • of sulphur as they do in yarrow.” And if you also know of the
    • working of yarrow in the animal or human organism —if you know
    • then you will trace it still farther, in its yarrow-nature, throughout
    • the entire process of plant growth. Yarrow is always the greatest boon,
    • wherever it grows wild in the country — at the edges of the fields
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    • gained into plant-growth, and into animal Formations too. Aphoristically
    • a weed is, described it thus: “Everything that grows at a place
    • a weed has just as much right to grow as a plant which we find useful.
    • will naturally grow there through the prevailing conditions of Nature,
    • between the forces that are there in the growth of plants — forces
    • earth and then work from the earth upon plant-growth. As I said, the
    • and they were at a loss. For by that time the plague had grown acute.
    • in the earth in this way causes the plants to bring forth what grows
    • alone will tell us how to act if we wish to influence the plant's growth
    • that we gain an idea, how we can influence the plant's growth. Now a
    • of the Sun upon its surface and throws them back again on to the earth.
    • enough to bring about the growth in living creatures. The Moon intensifies
    • it, thus enhancing the growth process to the point of reproduction.
    • a being grows, it becomes larger. In this process the very same force
    • is at work as in reproduction. Only in growth it does not go so far
    • reproduction is an enhanced growth-process.
    • process which growth represents; but it has no power, without the Moon's
    • assistance, to produce the enhanced growth process of reproduction.
    • receives the Sun's rays and throws. them down on to the Earth.
    • of the plant may also be assisted; so that the force of growth
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    • facts and conditions. We shall do this to-day, and pass on to-morrow
    • kinds of birds from certain districts. Light must be thrown upon these
    • in Nature's household (I am speaking now of such fruit as grows on trees).
    • tree any more than grows out of it in the thin stalks — in the
    • this grows out of the tree, as the herbaceous plant grows out of the
    • earth. The tree is really “earth” for that which grows upon
    • its boughs and branches. It is the earth, grown up like a hillock; shaped
    • plant grows forth. Leaves, flowers and fruit grow out of this; they
    • question will at once arise: Is this “plant” which grows
    • growth, more or less — is it actually rooted? An actual root is
    • say: This plant which grows on the tree — unfolding up there its
    • it would grow organised into a single entity. Down there in the soil
    • in the tree. The plant which grows on the free has lost its root. Relatively
    • of these plants that grow out of the tree: they are replaced by the
    • growing layer, constantly forming new cells, so that the plant-life
    • of the free grows out of it, just as the life of a herbaceous plant
    • grows up above out of the root below.
    • is the free with its cambium layer, the growing formative layer, which
    • is actually bulged out; it has grown outward into the airy regions.
    • And having thus grown outward into the air, it needs more inwardness,
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    • also distinguish between substances nutritive in the narrower sense
    • dung, and the Same Ego-forces will cause the plant in its turn to grow
    • they will seek out for themselves. Naturally, here our experiments grow
    • — that is to say, long grass, etc., that has grown into hay —
    • — they must grow strong in this middle part. For in the production
    • rather grows rampant in the flowering and fruit-bearing process—
    • grow all the stronger.
    • or beet, that is to say, which by enhanced cultivation have grown bigger
    • own origin and growth.
    • of refuse and throw it together as a disorderly manure- or compost-heap,
    • if you let the tomato grow on its own dung, so to speak, it will develop
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    • mobility of the universe. He grows inwardly mobile.
    • growing mature, we begin, as it were, to decay inwardly. In
    • to speak. We grow mineralized. With this we again fit
    • in a human being armed with bow and arrow. The Zodiac sign
    • the Fifteenth Century, he is growing into his abstractions,
    • growing human being.
    • man outgrows infancy he must be
    • always remains a child in regard to his head. He only grows
    • metabolic-limb man. People notice this, as they grow old.
    • on three,” people notice that they grow old in this
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    • progress of humanity that even that which causes the deepest sorrow is led at
    • grow old. Physically, one dies earlier and another later; seen from a
    • soul is able to follow the other with an ever-growing understanding and with
    • an ever-growing love. If it is a question of the bodies of men with which we
    • May that which works and lives, the ever-growing,
    • that which works and lives, the ever-growing,
    • thought. Therefore also must we not grow weary in warning Man again and
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    • remarked that a muscle grows stronger if it does a certain work and
    • grows stronger.
    • produces one form out of another, by constantly growing and producing
    • develops as it were into a living process of growth, cannot retain
    • can only be characterised by ascending to such growing, constantly
    • instance, when they are drowning, see before them a weaving, living
    • way, and not speculatively. We can observe the child’s growth
    • as a muscle grows stronger through practice, so the thinking power
    • grows stronger if we do these exercises which are described in
    • has a growth of its own, in which one thought always grows out of the
    • suppress forces which are constantly at the service of growth and
    • life thinking grows out of the organism like a flower, so higher
    • knowledge grows out of the fully developed human being, who unfolds
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    • intensified and expanded, growing into a kind of force of nature.
    • grows in the field, chops it up and eats it. This comparison is
    • same as it is with what grows under the earth and is found only when
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    • grows stronger and stronger, and we recognise it as our sentient
    • super-sensible fact of all human evolution. The narrow view of Christ
    • has even found its way into faith — this narrow point of view
    • individual is thrown back on his own personality and his personal
    • their thinking is not healthy enough and that they must throw off the
    • another. In between these is the vegetative or drowsy nature of soul
    • Crowing in the night,
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    • suspended their growth, their blossoming and fruit-bearing. Only
    • sleeps in the height of summer when there is growth on every side;
    • which then crowd into his heart, such as did in the dream of Olaf
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    • But I would now like to show how a narrow, cramped and
    • journalist. There is an old saw which says: ‘One crow does not
    • each other's eyes, but the others even give eyes to the crows that
    • humanity. It is true that to-day and to-morrow we cannot perhaps be
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    • the Indian people. The man of the East has grown together, as it
    • roots. In his metabolic nature, the oriental has grown together with
    • his metabolic processes the oriental grows together with Nature
    • the Earth herself were speaking. The mysteries of the Earth's growth
    • grows up from below the Earth and bursts forth in blossoms and
    • himself, when he realises that self-knowledge is the noblest crown of
    • us, but this urge must grow into a love for all humanity, for those
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    • of a plant; see how this seed develops into a plant. It grows,
    • the following way. — ‘Look at the plant. It grows
    • forth will grow on into the future, as the workings of the
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    • beside throw a strong light on our whole age. The present times can
    • revolution of the soul. This means throwing off one's absorption in
    • this must not be decided before to-morrow.”
    • account cannot completely drown in materialism. We look to the East
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    • grown accustomed to consider it in the course of the last hundred
    • of conscience. And so this dichotomy throws up into the world-order
    • some extent, as it were throwing out these imaginations from the
    • we not only push the forgetting so far that we throw out the Imaginations,
    • the processes of growth. These growths, these up-building processes,
    • the death process, willing lives in what is growing, thriving,
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    • 28:17 And thou shalt set in it settings of stones, even four rows of stones: the first row shall be a sardius, a topaz, and a carbuncle: this shall be the first row. \
    • 28:18 And the second row shall be an emerald, a sapphire, and a diamond. \
    • 28:19 And the third row a ligure, an agate, and an amethyst. \
    • 28:20 And the fourth row a beryl, and an onyx, and a jasper: they shall be set in gold in their enclosings. \
    • they will gradually grow capable of beholding the etheric Christ. He
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    • be no doubt that it will grow no better for mankind in the near future.
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    • grown upon the soil of Anthroposophy. What the human being does in speech
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    • idea of the degree of Philistinism into which they have grown; they have
    • body which forms the basis of growth, but which is equally the source
    • it just as the processes of growth, nutrition and so on permeate us.
    • nature is based: upon being able to throw back matter into chaos, to
    • a way as to throw its matter into chaos and to destroy it.”
    • him, at the one single spot within, where matter is thrown back into
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    • matter is destroyed. Matter is thrown back into nothingness, and we
    • thrown back into nothingness.
    • faculties in the same way that we trace the gradual growth of the
    • Material life, together with all the laws of nature, is thrown back
    • thrown back into chaos, moral impulses can find their way, then we
    • when we behold moral laws working upon matter which has been thrown
    • knowledge of it and so he gives no thought to it. He must grow into
    • on life is entirely absent. There, that which is man is thrown back
    • I have shown you how external matter is thrown back into nothingness,
    • within ourselves this matter is thrown back into nothingness and then
    • inside man, and is thrown back into chaos. We need to feel quite
    • matter is thrown back into chaos, while in the sun it is
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    • they had grown more dim, and for the medieval scholastic philosophers
    • they had grown abstract. This was the last stage of the old
    • really educate him to be a complete human being. A child will grow into
    • background during the age of modern narrow-mindedness. Are modern
    • soul-problems. He has grown narrow-minded, and for this reason we can
    • term the age of Nominalism the narrow-minded age of European
    • civilization, for narrow-minded people have no real feeling for
    • without spirit, yet the narrow-minded people would like to live
    • whole of life, but narrow-minded people do not bother about this
    • material substance that grows thinner and thinner. This too is a
    • even though this grows thinner and thinner. This is materialism, but
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    • repeat, frequently — kept within narrow limits by materialism.
    • from mere thought, thus transcending the narrower limits of our own
    • physical bodies, — this consciousness will gradually grow and
    • occurrence here in Dornach throwing light upon the path which at the
    • into the river and was drowned. And you will remain by this verdict
    • but at the same time it can throw light upon the divine-spiritual
    • talents will grow and increase more and more. But what preeminently
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    • that which we shall consider to-morrow and the day after to-morrow.
    • materialist, but in our time it is necessary to grow acquainted with
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    • overthrow. All the distressing phenomena we have hitherto
    • its fall, we cannot throw off the impression that it is
    • for all admit to ourselves that our civilisation has grown
    • futility of all that Woodrow Wilson's name stood for, how
    • utterly hollow and abstract it all was, for which Woodrow
    • bones, is a vertebral column and spinal marrow transformed.
    • grow into his immediate life and surroundings. This is only
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    • degrees. Then we grow slowly into the spiritual world.
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    • growing. During this period the Moon retires. When the
    • accessible to our narrow earthly understanding. We must face
    • future can grow out of the past, then man's limb-organisation
    • going into further tomorrow and the day after, are beyond
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    • promoting growth and development could move the hearts of the
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    • regions lying north of the lands where men looked back with sorrow to
    • all life's sorrows — were hidden from him. He grew up seeing
    • The idea of fruitful growth proceeds from wisdom. Gazing into the
    • ever-fruitful forces of growth, but life reveals decay, sickness,
    • of life may be attained. He knows the world to be full of sorrow and
    • to overcome sorrow, sickness and death by my own efforts.” The
    • world behind the physical grows as strong within me as it was in
    • at the Christ Impulse, grows conscious of his union with One Whose
    • from all narrowness and prejudice, he closely studied the outer
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    • can be awakened — understanding that grows from a true
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    • twelfth has grown a little indistinct, but it, too, is still present.
    • activity. Now the man of to-day, having grown prosaic in his ordinary
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    • evolution was not by any means the same as in the epoch crowned by
    • of growth, metamorphoses of life. They knew the reality of a
    • gradually grow to be conscious of his cosmic existence, the
    • instance, in a narrower sphere), will strive to bring a religious
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    • grown beyond the position in which it was when you were 12 years
    • old, you would have grown out of your Thinking. But that
    • is not the case. As we grow up, we do not leave our Thinking
    • behind. The very fact of growth will serve to indicate that
    • objects whose shadows are thrown upon the screen. And when we pass
    • the one dimension in which he grows. Artistically we do already make
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    • see some modestly growing moss far away on the river bank, such
    • human being but the whole of humanity gradually throws off the
    • the plough draws its furrows above the mightiest fractures.”
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    • which extend far beyond the narrowest circle of our own personal
    • devotion and growing comprehension shewn by those of our theosophists
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    • whereas in the physical world we grow stronger when we eat well, when
    • the space of ancient Sun; not merely the sacrificial smoke thrown
    • is thrown inwards by volumes of sacrifice and that which was outside
    • that they had grown beyond the conditions of Time. These Cherubim
    • Does the flower know the laws which regulate its growth? No! Yet none
    • the less it grows. What does the flower want with laws or the human
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    • of those around him to throw the blame on the child, so as to have an
    • following: — Sorrow and suffering — naturally in its
    • Soul, drowning, silencing the longing for ideas while he yearned for
    • immeasurably further advanced than the narrow little soul (although
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    • being rejected and thrown back, and we learnt to recognise in the
    • with in the planet outside if the Sun had thrown it back: an
    • within the Beings to whom it was thrown back lapses into death, for
    • them, is just as wise as it would be to say cabbages could grow in a
    • ought not to have so many, and as my reckoning is correct, to-morrow
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    • continue with this tomorrow, and consider some serious
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    • tomorrow.
    • a spade — a Woodrow Wilson. Andreae wanted to discover
    • and a social life that is 27 years of age. We do not grow
    • whatever arises from circumstance. Such a person would grow
    • would then refuse to accept anything capable of growth for
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    • believe they have long since outgrown the illusions and
    • entirely given up to illusion. There is a growing tendency to
    • growing tendency to form utterly wrong opinions about what in
    • Woodrow Wilson
    • grown attached to something which has survived in our work as
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    • it is, people have grown tense and fearful in recent times,
    • growing numbers of impulses came into human evolution which
    • sweat of their brow. Everything people do in this respect is
    • grow large or remain dwarf-like, with their outer appearance
    • gods, to govern the growth and general physiognomy of human
    • them — keeping them dwarf-sized in growth or making
    • this cry for the devil. People should not simply grow
    • — and I will speak of this tomorrow — destructive
    • — we shall continue with the subject tomorrow and the
    • something grown in their own garden. People in their twenties
    • the absolute certain truth grows in his own garden, even if
    • with this tomorrow.
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    • Up to then everything was growth and development. In some
    • something that is growing, as it was in early times. Before
    • more of a growing, sprouting organism. It then started to
    • the one which Woodrow Wilson is presenting are no longer
    • determine size, growth, and all kinds of things by
    • the growing inwardness of individual human beings. Sometimes
    • today growing children cannot be considered in a way which
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    • narrow-minded as people are today. Certain symbols taken from
    • new one — that Woodrow Wilson had taken his inspiration
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    • but what you are able to believe; it must grow from your
    • continue with this tomorrow.
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    • want to grasp reality, we cannot throw a general, standard
    • consequence, however, for we grow blind to any argument
    • wrong conclusions were drawn must be thrown overboard and we
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    • crowd of ahrimanic spirits seek over and over again to bring
    • it signify that the powers of the dragon, this crowd of
    • crowd of ahrimanic spirits still sent their impulses from the
    • the crowd of ahrimanic spirits, from the realms of the
    • crowd of ahrimanic spirits were also cast down from the
    • and again. After one of these battles, for example, the crowd
    • crowds of ahrimanic spirits being cast down from heaven to
    • for the crowd of ahrimanic spirits has entered into all of
    • that the exertions of the crowd of ahrimanic spirits in 1841,
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    • establish the narrow-minded religion which prompted Nietzsche
    • science unless it is preceded by myth; it has grown out of
    • with modern science has grown from myth; myth is its root.
    • grown from those myths and that not a single justifiable idea
    • see the need for roses to grow on bushes, making it necessary
    • your hearts grow sore with some of the things you find. This
    • things will have to change. People have grown much too
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    • not fail to realize that this growing inwardness will, in
    • even want to know about this growing spiritual inwardness;
    • will take hold of this very process of growing inwardness.
    • feel they must behave towards growing children and young
    • the rose to the violet, of shrubs to the weeds which grow
    • Their minds can only grow barren if they are given the
    • only grow strong if it is inwardly made one's own. It does
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    • cannot grow younger, for their souls will share in everything
    • grow stronger and stronger. In future, human beings must walk
    • were on the soil where they had grown, as it were, right into
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    • become the general human persuasion; people will not grow so
    • must be to throw people's views into confusion, turning their
    • old kind, will tomorrow or the day after be followed by a
    • but it is certainly true that anthroposophy throws a new and much
    • Woodrow Wilson from the point of view of spiritual science. I
    • There I spoke of the world schoolmastery of Woodrow Wilson and
    • Woodrow Wilson like this, for his grammar-schoolboy essays on
    • the grammar school level policies of Woodrow Wilson.
    • leading-reins by Woodrow Wilson and his wisdom in the early
    • insights and impulses which will help us to grow inwardly so
    • So that one day achievement be the crown.
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    • women will grow infertile, and reproduction will no longer be
    • they have grown even younger and are only capable of
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    • this significant moment of growing awareness of our freedom and
    • about the extraterrestrial must grow within a truly
    • sure, in a dreamlike way — will grow more than ever. And (I say
    • themselves vegetarian when fully grown. They eat no meat, not even
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    • thoughts makes us grow and forms our organs. Thus, when the
    • living force of pre-earthly thinking in its growth and even in its
    • entire organism. When the organism gradually grows firmer and harder,
    • hand thinking has been fettered, because darkness has been thrown over
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    • rhythmic alternation in the growth and withering of plants in
    • leaves in spirals around the stalk. The stalk grows vertically and
    • Some day men will study the connection of the spiral growth of the
    • in the external world is a parable, a symbol; the laws of the growth of
    • beginning will be made by studying physical matter, and what grows
    • the soul out of its narrow confines to experience of the heavens. I
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    • us in the gigantic trees of the primeval forest, or those growing on
    • narrow-minded, what is said out of the world view that wishes to
    • his joys and sorrows. When the earth enters the realm of sun
    • Venus fly-trap, it can be thrown together with the human or animal
    • evolution. This is why it cannot grow on the earth but must take root
    • plant as it grows out of the common spirit of the earth will find the
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    • nonsense, and call it Woodrow Wilson. Not only what I have
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    • naturally enough, is thrown into no little disorder by Easter
    • (unless they fall within the narrow circle of his own selfish
    • spiritual-scientific Wisdom grows to be of service in the
    • wonderful saying of Goethe's, a saying that throws a vivid
    • far as this Woodrow Wilson, who actually contrived to
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    • descends through birth from spiritual heights to grow and
    • clarity has grown befogged by all manner of feelings which
    • to-day is a real education, for men to grow beyond the
    • sees through the evolution of the world, the Woodrow Wilsons
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    • consciousness we cannot grow conscious of that part which goes
    • sensory world awakes and we thus grow conscious of it.
    • world of thoughts, and we grow conscious within our thoughts.
    • How conscious we are of the fact that our inner life grows cold,
    • We grow aware, on the one hand, of a complete feeling of
    • People have grown
    • substances from the external world in order to grow and to
    • forces of growth hold sway in us, forces which develop in the
    • which the forces of growth are active within us, thinking is
    • But when we throw light upon man's physical and etheric body in
    • scientifically-minded men, have grown accustomed to consider as
    • perishable things, in the same measure they will grow accustomed
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    • plants grow, the way in which electricity and magnetism act
    • upon which natural science has thrown so much light, is, to begin
    • of Nature. Modern man will grow more and more confused if he
    • never have attained a freedom that grows conscious of its own
    • the other side, at the side of death, when we wish to throw up
    • our forces of growth, in hunger, thirst, and in our bodily
    • humanity if the decay is not to grow stronger and stronger
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    • instance, be thrown by his horse. All precautions will be
    • exercises for the strengthening of a muscle. By growing stronger
    • with the feeling is above all the physical body. Tomorrow we
    • the above-mentioned exercises, we grow conscious where formerly
    • explained more fully in tomorrow's lecture.
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    • feeling of sorrow upon that part of mankind which is still led by
    • world with a certain feeling of longing and of sorrow, as if the
    • external physical objects. The world has grown empty, it has lost
    • ever-growing measure to bear in mind that thought can become a
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    • ordinary life of thought drowns in light
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    • were, grow rigid in the external world.
    • exclude him. But this must take place in an ever-growing measure
    • Mystery of Golgotha throws into life a light which must fall on
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    • ever-growing measure, the longing arose to look upon everything
    • growing plant, etc., gave man a living essence; through
    • he felt in an ever-growing measure that he was the involucre of a
    • animate his concepts, which have grown cold and lifeless: then he
    • Christianity which grows quite naturally out of
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    • and feeling around us is interwoven with infinite sorrow. Hate and
    • fruits which grow on the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and
    • Earth-body. But from his grave sprouts the tree which can now grow
    • previously determined. We see the tree grow out of what the physical
    • succumbed to Lucifer. There grows out of the whole Earth existence of
    • that what grows out of our earthly deeds is different from what it
    • grow out of my Earth deeds which must become different. The tree
    • grows up, the tree which becomes the Cross of earth existence. It
    • old relation does no more than allow the tree to grow.
    • of the Cross, that Cross that grows out of the Luciferically tainted
    • behind in heavenly heights during his years of growth, has really
    • us, it becomes something which must grow strong within us if the
    • this science of ours? In reality none other than the tree growing out
    • not grow old as do others. This is really the secret of many great
    • sorrow and pain such as we feel to-day, when we think of the great
    • midst of sorrow and pain, even in strife and hatred, to see something
    • light, its greatest time of growth begins.
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    • the fruits of the garden; only the fruits that grow on the Tree of
    • grows, the tree that can now grow out of the earth with which Adam's
    • earth. And when we now look upon the tree growing out of the grave of
    • grow out of what forms the physical body for the earth, which was
    • not gone through the Luciferic temptation. Something grows out of
    • grows out of our earthly deeds from what would have been the case in
    • earth are to be achieved, I see growing out of my earthly deeds
    • something that must become different. The tree grows forth, the
    • relationship. For the old relationship allows this tree to grow. The
    • tree of the Cross, of that Cross which grows out of the Luciferically
    • colored evolution of the earth, grows out of Adam's grave, out of the
    • through what remained behind during growth, remaining in the
    • in such places, as we know — to be rowdy and rambunctious on
    • it is nothing but the tree that grows out of the grave of Adam.
    • this science is the tree growing out of Adam's grave. And the time
    • in himself despite growing old. He retained more of the childlike
    • quality in himself than other people do. Such people actually grow
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    • grow stronger and stronger, we can descend mystically into the
    • grown immeasurably great and the highest human forces are Ahura
    • that if we look towards the future, the Ahura of Ormuzd grows clearer
    • the serpent the Power of Light which grows brighter and brighter, is
    • appears to grow deeper and deeper. While we ourselves remain in the
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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • grown. The blood vessels formerly in the tail now go to the feet
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    • spiritual science can throw on the experiences undergone by man in the
    • together with higher spiritual beings grow weaker. Here in physical life
    • have a growing feeling that faintness may overcome us in the spiritual
    • happen to him after death, his being narrows. The seed for what happens
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    • content first of all grows dim, is then gradually extinguished and a
    • consciousness, already growing vague and indistinct, is often confused
    • sad. You experience the joy or sorrow in your consciousness, but not the
    • of the blood which lies behind joy or sorrow. The facts are there, and
    • pulsation of the blood is reflected in joy and sorrow. To begin with, we
    • in the course of evolution man has grown free from such experiences, and
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    • one another, though they have grown up and been educated under
    • throws a clear light on the character of the soul-spirit. It is
    • and that by its means, Darwin has thrown light into dark regions
    • ever-growing circles, and is a great hindrance to any other
    • thrown out of the temple of the new faith and man has been
    • this. Is he therefore justified in drowsing away into peaceful
    • speaks a thinker who is not willing to drowse into spiritual
    • who have fallen victim to the narrow dogmas of the “new
    • trying to throw him in, the consequences of the chill will be
    • out incompetent, while the other one grows up to be a capable
    • responsibility in regard to life always grows under the
    • with colour form, processes of growth, etc. (Wundt, Natural
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    • aspect; and this more especially in the growing human being,
    • but also through experiences such as happiness and sorrow,
    • Spiritual being of man to advance and grow, allows it to
    • unite itself to the outer world; and as it grows ever more
    • we have built around it, and which is in process of growing.
    • As long as we grow, and in so far as we thus grow, we do not
    • of the spiritual, a Spiritual growing and dying takes place
    • individual life, but it must also for this reason throw off
    • growth when we develop freshly and happily in our youth. It
    • pain end sorrow, and so on, which man has experienced during
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    • making it grow and blossom. The whole plant is permeated by
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    • century — but tomorrow, in the not-too-distant future,
    • of his observations, there should grow a real cognition of
    • him growing. The same spirit whom he first called and of whom
    • To fullness groweth;
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    • itself — so does the child lie there. And if it is thrown
    • grown-up people. For they too know the same thing that the
    • childlike understanding with grown-up understanding. All that a
    • Jesus-Child, cast out by the rest of mankind, thrown into a
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    • and the Divine. Because we are men and confined within narrow
    • idea that the brain itself was transposed spinal marrow and
    • up from the vertebrae and spinal marrow to a higher level. It
    • only a piece of transposed spinal marrow.” Professor
    • Spiritual Science is able to throw upon them, We cannot, as
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    • found themselves obliged to throw overboard all theories,
    • the calendar shows us to be closely connected, in a narrow
    • genius. A contemplation of Goethe's life may throw a flood of
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    • in judgment, throw everything together or else, if they
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • vanished. It is still burrowing on in the subconsciousness.
    • Cravings, above all, are burrowing in the subconsciousness
    • all grow better.
    • corn will grow on a given soil. He analyses the soil. He digs and
    • spring forth. But the corn does not grow from the manure,
    • Psychoanalysis begins to burrow in the elemental
    • carried through the gate of death — as a seed which grows
    • characteristics become consolidated in the growing human being,
    • thus appears in the growing human being comes from his Karma.
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    • which he thus received was limited and narrow-minded. The boys
    • narrowness — how it brought forth this individuality.
    • of course answered, but thrown up. We see how the modern man
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    • A narrowing of intellect will come, says John Stuart
    • Mill, — a narrowing of intellect and vigour, a
    • concepts together so as to throw sand in people's eyes. You
    • certain people to throw sand in other people's eyes. Such and
    • this end a number of people must develop, not the narrow,
    • certain limitation. They are purposely kept in a certain narrow
    • the lectures will in time grow less and less important. She
    • treated under the present sorrowful conditions. Those who can
    • thrown into Europe? — a teaching, however brilliant from
    • necessary light be thrown on what belongs more to the every-day
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    • no very distant future mankind will grow convinced of this.
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    • what occurs in the physical world, the procreation and growth
    • by little develops to an ever greater perfection, growing out
    • our spiritual origin, that we may grow strong in the thought
    • must grow ever stronger in the future spiritual evolution of
    • that faces man: Truly, human beings grow to be unlike,
    • evils and sorrows which they have had to live through and will
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    • had once come to Cologne, bringing with him three crowns for
    • struggled with the joys and sorrows of the world, when he has
    • survey beyond his narrowly confined domain. Only then is he
    • are in deepest sorrow because he is about to leave us; he
    • They crowd around him, and their inmost being
    • meaning. The Brothers have experienced life's joys and sorrows;
    • He sought the arrows scattered on the ground;
    • power rises and grows in strength until it reaches its zenith
    • festival, should give him will see in the growing power of the
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    • Soul. If we wish to throw light upon the inner being of man today, we
    • joys or sorrows of life, all colours and sounds, in fact all sensory
    • if our sentient responses, our joys and sorrows and our thought-life
    • growth of materialism. If man could have a clear view over the realm
    • supple, to be growing) and developing. In old age they become flaccid
    • understanding for the joys and sorrows of man. But because they
    • we see the growth of the Dutch and Portuguese peoples who are now
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    • determine his racial character. Such races are the yellow and brown
    • us take the example of a man growing up from childhood to the stage
    • expand physically. Later, when growth is completed, these physical
    • fresh, youthful forces which help man to grow until he reaches his
    • inhabits is narrowed down to smaller and smaller lands. We observe
    • with this narrowing of the geographical area a critical situation
    • to the evolution of race. Tomorrow we shall discuss the emergence of
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 5. Manifestation of the Hierarchies in the Elements of Nature.
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    • become solidified. Waves of semi-fluid consistency were then thrown
    • at A we have the Bohemian Plateau. Now imagine a huge wave thrown up
    • we have been able to throw light upon that which weaves on the loom
    • of man's psychic life emerges. Tomorrow we will discuss in
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    • immediately reject it in favour of another which throws light on the
    • nervous system in the Malayan race, in the yellowish-brown races
    • the nineteenth century. The descendant of the brown race did not
    • great. But there is something else which makes the Brown Man great;
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    • the anthroposophical conception of the world such as it shall grow to
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    • the word ‘devil’ or ‘daemon’ was borrowed
    • everywhere find that these things throw light upon the matter, down
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    • study the growth and fusion of the Intellectual Soul with the ‘I’.
    • birth of new life, the coming of springtime, and that which grows and
    • spiritual; and that which grows and multiplies in the soul is
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    • Mankind is gradually growing into that world in order to be able to
    • Christianity has passed through its growing pains, it will develop
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    • incident which may throw light upon our aims, for day-to-day
    • an idle one. Science has rendered good service; to throw light upon
    • glimmering darkness of the age a growing recognition that the old
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    • present one), I absorb from outside everything that is growing, but
    • touching upon a tremendous mystery in human growth, human
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    • glimpse, how it throws light upon those great figures and images and
    • this kind of experience, which can really grow into a kind of taste,
    • of the forces of the world. Tomorrow we will go further into this. My
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    • phenomenon that mankind seems to be thrown upon its own resources,
    • since the Atlantean catastrophe during which man was thrown so
    • individual soul throws off the physical body and enters a spiritual
    • distinguish these two things, then the greatest truth will throw
    • a necessary preparation to enable us tomorrow to enter into those
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    • the matter from another aspect, which throws quite a different light
    • outside the physical body. To burrow in the earth is quite absurd; in
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    • they are reflected through the activity of the brain and thrown back
    • thrown back to us, and the human being can no more see into his own
    • frontier; and at the frontier the whole life of the soul is thrown
    • back again, as a man's image is thrown back in a mirror.’
    • light is thrown upon them from several sides, and in a certain way
    • grow old in that life. Before we die we become old, and the forces
    • Nature, which man in his present bodily form has really grown out of.
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    • all been made with the object of interpreting it, but rather to throw
    • from this confidence in ourselves, from this trust which grows in us
    • truth by throwing light on the facts from all sides. The paths of
    • could look back and see themselves in this mirror thrown off from
    • beings, entities thrown off by the original gods, entities who are
    • evolution, for reasons which we shall speak of tomorrow, this Being
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    • well, but let us begin by trying to throw light on them in relation
    • Atlantis that something else happened which will throw a flood of
    • noted that in the course of this study we have also thrown light upon
    • light which falls upon a mirror is arrested and thrown back. Here we
    • hood which crowns every man. All clothing originated in this way,
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    • relates him fitly to things, either because it throws light for him
    • universe, will be overthrown, and it will be seen that our own time,
    • grow into world-reality knows that at a certain point in his life
    • a lower nature in ourselves, and are thrown back upon ourselves worse
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    • was growing up more or less as a child in Urbino, his environment was
    • course within narrow circles. These towns seem so near when we study his
    • thrown every soul in the town into a state of upheaval when Savonarola
    • happiness or sorrow, like a figure that arises before one again and
    • to us that there is no need to adhere rigidly to a narrow Christian
    • in which thoughts such as have been given today may grow into seeds.
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    • which are borrowed from the national epic of the Finns are not rightly
    • which is borrowed from a handicraft, from an art, it is as though he
    • and growth of the individual races that what the ordinary soul-forces
    • forward with regard to the growth of humanity. But for those who penetrate
    • the growth of humanity that what we call man to-day has gradually developed
    • view of the growth of humanity, of the growth of the organism as would
    • when we trace the growth of humanity backwards, we cannot do so in such
    • education. The man of the present day is gradually growing again into
    • by reason, not left uncontrolled by it — will grow up, when man
    • was perceived as the growing forces in the process of human evolution,
    • powers. Whilst the etheric body was being forged, it had first to grow
    • it was fashioned from sorrow, trouble bound its parts together, the
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    • sees nature sprouting and budding; he sees how the plants grow and
    • plant-roots that are preparing for new growth, and among the other
    • can enter into the life of nature only in the season of growth
    • of spring growth only if we can enter also into the time when summer
    • waning of nature, just as we do in nature's growing time, we can do
    • Michael there should grow in you everything that goes against love of
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    • see as growing, sprouting life, we are looking at the salt-process.
    • springtime life and growth. For the roots of plants, in forming
    • themselves out of the seeds, depend for their whole growth on their
    • atmosphere, for the growing plants carry the salts up through their
    • The plants grow up into the sulphur-process. They are most strongly
    • power felt in everything that grows and sprouts upwards from the
    • way man has emancipated himself, in his growth and his whole
    • To-morrow I will describe how man has emancipated himself from all
    • either to let it grow up or to destroy it; for it was not yet a
    • Easter Imagination can arise; we will speak of it tomorrow.
    • which grow into realities for the mind of man.
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    • growing plants draw water and carbonic acid from the limestone in the
    • would be, amid much else, a certain crowning of all that can flow
    • crowned by being placed in the whole course of the cosmos and the
    • staff of Mercury — can be worthily crowned only
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    • feeling for it, he becomes one with all that is growing and
    • from the powers of sleep the forces of vegetative growth, in which a
    • grown out of the blue depths of the earth's crust, and one feels
    • seeking to become the living growth of the following year.
    • growing crystal forms, are searchingly surveyed. Here it is that from
    • do not ask — is there morality in the growth of plants, or in
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    • Uriel descends (yellow arrow) and while his forces are thus coming to
    • (red arrows), seeking to permeate us with the Sun-gold of summer,
    • the growth of plants. In winter, after Uriel has made his way round
    • the spiritual hearing of Inspiration, then we have the crowning of
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    • narrowness, all selfishness in life, to have acquired largeness
    • Denial, the triple Denial before the cock had crowed twice. And
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    • with the form of the human microcosm, narrows and
    • Being — had upon His brow the sweat of anguish. Stage by
    • which was added the sorrowing for a humanity that had come to
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    • but one that caused him bitter sorrow, because he felt —
    • of bitter sorrow that he witnessed the power wielded by the
    • upon the sorrowing people, who had been forsaken by their
    • to himself again and turned his eyes towards the crowd of
    • something like a trowel, a little shovel, because the
    • great inner bitterness and sorrow. He saw these bare gates, but
    • things we will speak further in the lecture to-morrow.
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    • around him brought him deep sorrow. Added to this, in hours of
    • Babylonians have such narrow heads? Hillel replied gently: The
    • Babylonians have narrow heads because their midwives have
    • bodies had grown to be under the influence of that life of
    • the primeval Gods and Spirits — these kingdoms have grown
    • understanding the proclamation of the Spirit, has yet to grow.
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    • friends upon their last paths on earth. Tomorrow morning at eleven we
    • between birth and death they have grown attached to the kind of
    • world, and the gradual growth into the spiritual environment;
    • experience — then we grow in wisdom. If we preserve all through
    • that we learn from it, not simply accumulating knowledge, but growing
    • aroused furious anger in us, and if when we are old we no longer grow
    • angry as in our youth, but our anger has left us and we have grown
    • order to grow wiser. Wisdom is something which strongly opposes human
    • universal events because this liberates us from the narrow judgment
    • for if one learns from the world, and grows in understanding for the
    • wisdom detaches us from narrow and limited vision and brings us into
    • such ideas, but keep our hearts open, in order to grow wiser, even
    • likes it better than Ahriman that we fail to grow wiser. We have the
    • drowsy state.
    • stand upright. In relation to standing upright we grow more and more
    • when the day is ended we grow tired and need sleep. What makes us
    • life and grows feeble, and anything comparable to achieving
    • will come when men will see clearly that they are throwing themselves
    • within humanity. We do not then lose what we would otherwise throw to
    • They take one part of the world and make of it a unity by throwing
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    • growth as a living reality.
    • might say: the thought of the animal grows into the thought of
    • growth and progress of the external world. We reach once more
    • intimately experience pain and sorrow in the soul. Anyone
    • tomorrow's lecture, where I shall be speaking about the special
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    • or sorrow of man's existence. And not a passing happiness or sorrow
    • experience of happiness or sorrow he becomes fit or unfit for life.
    • develop with the growth of the body, and which derives also
    • survey our life; but we see it as it informs our growth and the
    • finer body (which yet informs our growth and our memory), a
    • then grows up and reaches a fateful moment in his life: he
    • in growing older. He once put this to Goethe in the following
    • it forms the pain, the sorrow, the privation, the wish of
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    • forces that may come to the surface at any point, and may throw
    • tomorrow or the day after; similarly, no one can say of modern
    • or others, we find that their standpoint has grown out of the
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    • world of plants as it grows and flowers. If we have formed a
    • about the Oriental. In growing into his spiritual life, he
    • the end this grows into the view that one's own human sensuous
    • this maya as a crowd of sorrows that flow in on man.
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    • throw themselves into the arms of mysticism, especially the
    • self-assertive material, our field of vision would at once grow
    • centuries we have grown accustomed to count truths as exact
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    • clear view of this problem can, ultimately, throw light for us
    • of the instincts, grown uncertain, with an
    • could not grow, had to remain small, and could not take on
    • have an inner growth. Only then shall we give the child not
    • with what can grow out of that intellectualism — we can
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    • grows up between men. And from this view has arisen what is
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    • participation in the sorrow, pain and joy of others, and that
    • narrow confines that he naturally occupies. Through the
    • sympathetic experience of alien sorrow and alien joy; he
    • allow man to grow clear of social restrictions and of
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    • in becoming intellect, this early clairvoyance has thrown off
    • Anyone today who, growing up within mankind, has no
    • thrown back upon himself, as the working-man is and very many
    • This can be sensed by the very man who today is thrown back by
    • grown up together.
    • thrown out of workers' educational colleges by those who regard
    • things that must be overthrown. The old saying remains true:
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    • nature, is involved in the way we have grown into our rank or
    • at every moment. Forces of ascent, growth and maturation are
    • growth and maturation, the continuous process of decay.
    • reconciliation of the contradictions that are thrown up.
    • from the all too prevalent catch-word (which is thrown up by
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    • development which have been outgrown.
    • disharmony, quarrelsomeness, mutual calumniation, etc, growing more
    • be rooted out at once, between to-day and tomorrow. That is impossible,
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    • have been outgrown.
    • etc, growing more and more from member to member. I venture to
    • tomorrow. That is impossible because they arise naturally. However,
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    • Growing; — all those processes, all those ancient views,
    • Growing life.
    • reach a concept of the world able to throw light on human
    • everything connected with all the Sprouting, Growing and
    • those things which Sprout and Grow are enchanted out of the
    • which we shall speak further tomorrow, can one find a real
    • appear which are still also possible. I just want to throw a
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    • gets more pay today, food will be more expensive tomorrow. It
    • to found a small community today in which everyone throws all
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    • which gives its form the appearance of growing out of the
    • spirit, just those forces grow up which have let loose
    • and painting grow out of the architecture with inevitable
    • spontaneous growth of artistic forms from the urge and
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    • significant through their application, and throw great light
    • organism — as we shall to-day and the day after to-morrow,
    • development and growth of inner organs of perception, because thus
    • modern mankind on a narrowly limited subject. As an example we
    • saying that there are many people to-day who strive to throw
    • ‘Opposite the entrance in the narrower wall, in the body of
    • after to-morrow we shall consider it esoterically.
    • trouble of taking down the river the golden pieces you've thrown
    • latter still shaking themselves and throwing away what they
    • and swallowing what the others throw about. The conversation
    • itself in Beauty. The Golden King sets the Crown on his head,
    • We shall see the day after to-morrow that Goethe shows how
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    • laws, the inner regularity, by which the plant grows and flourishes,
    • someone who is no botanist, but arranges the growth of the plant in
    • nothing of the laws you are discovering, the laws of its growth and
    • that as the plant grows according to laws of which it is itself
    • these laws of its growth, one must also say to oneself that it does
    • story as it is that we discover the laws of the plant's growth; that
    • the plant grows in accordance with the same inevitability which
    • botanist demonstrates that the plant grows in accordance with laws he
    • soul by growing out of himself, by becoming master of the powers of
    • Man's room, and then throw it about prodigally. The same gold which
    • would become an empty picture, killing all life, as the gold, thrown
    • is a means to throw light on things, so Goethe illuminates the things
    • narrow crevices of the earth. Such an aspiring soul-force as is
    •  Here grows to Event:
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    • us the different stages of Goethe's growth. It is endlessly
    • more than that. If the crowd of onlookers takes pleasure in its
    • ourselves much, and the task of the lectures to-day and to-morrow
    • consider the matter more from the outer side, but to-morrow we will
    • growth of the earth: ‘From chaos to that which is called the
    • other, for feeling in the deepest way the sorrow attached to an
    • own sorrow and his own feelings with this figure of Faust?
    • which owing to the narrow-minded ideas of that time could not
    • dissatisfaction, and all the sorrow proceeding from the
    • and historical growth of man. This ruler has no visible form, but
    • classic, grandiose manner, what is thrown by the materialistic
    • until after long years the seed grows, are unable to see the way
    •  Squashing the undergrowth and in their fall
    • own sorrow, but teaches him to rise above his sorrow, to send his
    • ‘My sorrow speaks to an unknown crowd,
    • inner life of Goethe's world enigma, we shall see to-morrow, and we
    • longings, all the sorrows, pains and strivings for knowledge in his life.
    • We shall consider to-morrow how Goethe solved this riddle
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    •  Grows step by step to take heroic shape.
    • to grow into the spiritual world. Then we are shown how his soul
    • really does grow into that world which is described as the
    • grow, like an initiate, into that world from which this music
    •  Vale in, vale out, the misty streaks grow dimmer;
    •  I thus behold with rapture ever-growing.
    • wanted to throw light on everything. We shall say only this about
    • But the figures of the physical world grow out of this chaotic
    • connected with narrow personality so that no wishes or desires,
    • What he has now to go through is the complete growth of man. He
    • grown together with the spiritual world, and that they are at the
    • [Dictionary: grows green. – Ed.]
    • narrow egoism. That all personality with its egoistic wishes and
    • in the spiritual growth of man.
    • come near human beings. But the moment they grow together with the
    • those souls have passed which have grown accustomed to the
    • becomes deeper and even deeper, the more one grows into it, and
    • knowledge which is only an abstraction, a growing together with
    • thereby grows together in its clairvoyant and magical deeds with
    • Faust this course of growth of the eternal feminine into spiritual
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    • in the memorial he had made. Man had grown together with the
    • these that light begins to be thrown upon history. To-day I
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    • and so for him, the picture began to grow dim and the heavenly
    • find a people who did indeed know how to grow old, but were
    • unable to permeate the growing old with full spirituality. I
    • Trojan war is a war of sorrow, a war of apprehension and fear.
    • organisation. To-morrow we will consider more in detail
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    • must leave the Cold-Moist element and throw myself into the
    • about this tomorrow.
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    • on the country-side, that grow up in Spring-time and fade away
    • again in Autumn. I see, too, the trees that go on growing for
    • growing up, being changed, taking on different shapes and forms
    • growth of green and flowers, then they said: We have separated
    • he had folded the Earth about with a garment of plant growth,
    • the natural growth that he perceived. In this growth he
    • to-morrow that it did not pass over to Rome nor to the Middle
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    • grown up through the centuries of the Middle Ages and developed
    • Mysteries of the East. Now the soul of man begins to grow
    • we find growing up in the West a civilisation that rests wholly
    • actually is, as though he had, so to speak, grown out beyond
    • within certain orders and in the life of a certain narrow
    • turn of the century onwards, it has been able to grow more and
    • from the Goetheanum that we have grown to love so dearly, and
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    • What does the newer Natural Science, that has gradually grown
    • substances, throwing them off from the periphery. You not only
    • cut your nails, you continually throw off substances from your
    • Earth grow correspondingly too strong. This time you will
    • on this to-morrow and make clear, in connection with these
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    • impulse to action, then we shall also change the sorrowful
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    • grow up from about the age of six to basically the end of his
    • that a sorrowful picture is presented to the seer, but in a
    • except, the deepest pain and sorrow for what happened to us a
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    • realise that we shall solve these oppositions in to-morrows
    • Now of this we shall speak further to-morrow.
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    • in himself and in nature both what we call growth and what we
    • growth: He forms ideas about what in a sense goes outside
    • growth, only development in us as physical beings, we could
    • physical world what is represented in growth, in budding and
    • begin only where the processes of growth are invaded by
    • at first the child grows into the world as in a kind of
    • united with his growth, with all the sprouting and budding
    • a process of growth, but we must rise to a feeling for the
    • with are budding, sprouting processes of growth which are as
    • processes of growth that are now broken down and destroyed. A
    • processes of growths breaks them down. Man as a rule knows
    • sprouting, which arrest processes of growth. What is embedded
    • growth. Clairvoyance has to look upon these continuous
    • early processes of budding and growth, consciousness only
    • destruction into the processes of growth — as only when
    • external world is considered. There is a growing
    • growing, budding and sprouting forces. Where annihilation
    • only the growing processes for to him they are the sole
    • investigate what grows up over it, or he seeks in the dying
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    • outside our head, these inner forces of life grow stronger,
    • apparent light into narrow places only. In this connection,
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    • Immediately to throw oneself, as it were, into the arms of
    • our unkindness and lack of interest, add to the sorrow and
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    • Tomorrow I shall begin my discussion of the problems related to
    • Goethe's boyhood days it was much more possible to grow up
    • orientation of his life. As he grows in childhood, he is just
    • narrow alleys, he would observe all sorts of things and also
    • jurist who has grown up among, and is permeated with, Roman
    • one ever had before. But this was still growing in him, and he
    • year and a half, I think, because in 1848 he had thrown stones
    • thrown stones at an inn, until his present age. In 1873 he was
    • and grew up. The life about him was not narrowly organized and
    • The Sorrows of Young Werther,
    • The Sorrows of Young Werther.
    • The Sorrows of Young Werther,
    • feeble outgrowth. As he directed his objective glance over the
    • this. It was, of course, narrow-minded of the famous scientist
    • His remarks were narrow-minded because they arose from the opinion:
    • century, was certainly narrow-minded. Yet at least it is
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    • Faust constantly grows beyond Goethe. This can be
    • the fifth post-Atlantean culture period; it grows far beyond
    • in an eminent human being apply to all individuals. Tomorrow we
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    • dog fetches a stone when it is thrown, so did the ape produce
    • lay the sheet down in another row, thus performing what seemed
    • man who grows into intimate union with a life of learning has
    • person now grows into his knowledge so that he sees more than
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    • Humanity has now outgrown such things and is exposed to chaos
    • potentialities of grown children to determine whether or not
    • detachment, vocational activity grows increasingly into
    • narrowly educated schoolmasters, understand the
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    • draw out of it what it has passed through in joy, sorrow,
    • disappeared, so it is said, but has burrowed into the
    • of the soul,” as we have explained, then burrows into the
    • while all that is really active in their souls is what burrows
    • grow in a particular soil before grain has been grown there. In
    • the next crop of grain will grow.” The grain does not by any
    • means grow from the manure, in spite of the fact that it must
    • investigations, they burrow aimlessly in the fields assigned
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    • understanding. We have all grown up, in a sense, in the
    • that even his secondary schooling was rather narrow. To be
    • in all its narrowness and how it brought forth this
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    • growing within us. In earlier ages men could face life without
    • revolution, which, as he said, was also growing shallow and had
    • the right manner and used for throwing dust into the eyes of
    • methods used by certain individuals who wish to throw dust in
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    • shall speak again tomorrow of how conditions arise under which
    • evolution, to the sorrow and pain of anyone who sees into these
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    • that was unjustifiable, but it was also frowned upon to listen
    • will speak further of these things tomorrow.
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    • of these words might make us grow pale were we to take it in
    • growing human being and can then direct the entire education
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    • and of substance. That has grown very near to man's heart. It
    • the understanding of threefold man. Tomorrow and the day
    • new; they gradually grow up again, grow up near by. And so,
    • here drawn diagrammatically, first above, an image grown
    • speak of this further tomorrow.
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    • turn your senses here to what I have drawn (see arrows).
    • thus (see upper arrows in diagram). No, naturally you do not
    • great would-be Caesar, Woodrow Wilson. All that is talked of
    • at the world from what is really a very narrow point of view,
    • certain churchman are made terribly uneasy by the growing
    • have indicated what is to be continued and enlarged upon tomorrow.
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    • one hand young children die and on the other hand people grow
    • thoughts. And these cosmic thoughts crowd together, are
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    • then the kind of arrangements will naturally grow up, which
    • I wanted to throw into the discussion to-day. A very great
    • shell which the spiritual life has thrown out, and which
    • itself. The unity which grows up as the final form of
    • grow.
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    • really a great deal here, which was thrown to the winds,
    • language and the same ideas, should be capable of throwing
    • that I myself use, for instance, should grow ever stronger
    • one's voice too grows louder in proportion, then everything
    • one has to say grows proportionately louder, because one
    • the sleepiness of our fellow-humanity has grown any less of
    • have thrown ourselves so completely into the propaganda for
    • forces of the world. Still, I shall never grow weary of
    • will grow into something quite big, and in which things could
    • full-grown man meets every other full-grown man as an equal;
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    • the truth will find its own way through the narrowest cracks in
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    • admirer of Woodrow Wilson. The actual fact of the matter will
    • that has grown to such proportions today, nor anything other
    • must say that I find Woodrow Wilson as a thinker and scientist
    • historical approach of Woodrow Wilson and that of Karl
    • completely taken in by what Woodrow Wilson says. Now it is not
    • historical research grown accustomed to? What has Karl
    • impulses of decay. The impulses of growth, of forward
    • forces in human evolution. The forces of growth are such that
    • growing and at puberty. The body and the soul then go their own
    • being always grows older, humanity — if you now carry
    • does not experience growing old as a reflex feeling in the
    • realize it is probably a bit much to speak about this growing
    • — the growing younger of humanity and the influence
    • universe. The impulse came. When studying this growing
    • and accompanies our memory and our growth, then we find that we
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    • prepares the forces in its growth that lead to the formation of
    • And just as the seed grows out of the forces of the plant and
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    • and that too which from within guides the powers of our growth
    • still growing; these are the forces permeating us in our youth
    • those powers which are particularly active as we grow
    • imagined into processes, in their growth and change. We come to
    • forces, processes of rampant growth, can be known for what they
    • a process of rampant growth, through understanding the
    • know how a process of rampant growth in the human organism
    • with the foundation and rapid growth of the Waldorf School in
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    • I look into myself, I find feelings, ideas, joy and sorrow, I
    • of the soul, as we have in life when we feel joy and sorrow. It
    • ordinary consciousness were needed for the initial growth of
    • soul in the way that it has been described. Just as we grow
    • aspects are supposed to throw light on one and the same thing.
    • with is a narrowly conceived scientific view of the world and
    • such a narrow view like the one prevalent around the middle of
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    • the forcing house, compared with plants growing freely in
    • problem thrown up politically by the French Revolution, they
    • row of others which one can name. It is unpleasant, in one
    • were. These are plants which have grown on the soil on which
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    • re-birth the possibility threatens us of being drowned in
    • If we grow
    • too strongly into the Earth, if, as it were we grown so
    • grow up, cannot grow old. That is even now a possibility
    • be unable to grow old. We may be re-born, but the Luciferic
    • the danger of not being able to grow up, of remaining
    • which have been slavishly borrowed from the modern decadent
    • holy doctrine of the East, but which today has grown far away
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    • Children and grown up people are quite satisfied to be lulled
    • understand how a world consciousness can grow out of
    • pedagogics! Every time it should grow naturally out of a wide
    • that out of an Earth consciousness there may grow a world
    • crammed full — but it does not grow in such a way that it
    • that the growth of a cosmic consciousness out of an earth
    • they are as grown up people, and do not realise that good
    • eat in Stuttgart today and tomorrow somewhere else. You
    • can only grow to be healthy through such spiritual deepening.
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    • is in nature something which is not just the growing,
    • being, contracted, narrowed, driven throughout. into a
    • its growth shows no tendency to form the bony structure of
    • metamorphosis, throws light into the mysteries of human
    • double man, as this twofold quality in man's growth, only
    • growth; what, for example, is characteristic in the
    • were your growth undisturbed by a higher life? We come to the
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    • all, light must be thrown on this fact, because otherwise it would be
    • the growth of a new wheat-plant out of the grain. The fact that a grain
    • grows in order that human beings may find nourishment.
    • age during which they have grown into materialism. But they must heal
    • grows and spreads among humanity. Knowledge must not be like a grain
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    • our unkindness and lack of interest, add to the sorrow and
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    • are of the same nature as the power of growth, the same kind
    • of the narrow-minded notions of the ego that one has, such as
    • extinguished; then the soul moves into the growing emptiness
    • Just as one has grown accustomed to accept
    • I will have to show you tomorrow how this
    • to describe tomorrow. Today I wanted only to evoke the idea of
    • I will have to touch upon this question tomorrow — even
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    • on which only spiritual science can throw light. Later
    • spiritual science exists for the very purpose of throwing
    • tomorrow. The founder of the Theosophical Society saw it as
    • would throw light also on the spiritual content preserved in
    • winter. They will throw light not only on the great
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    • achieve the crowning glory of evolution: the enhancement and
    • light will be thrown on them from a different aspect. In
    • also sensations of joy, sorrow, pleasure and pain. This
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    • itself, and the sorrow it caused. However, not muck later
    • compassion for the tragic hero and sorrow that such suffering
    • only sees spirit where it appears as a kind of crown on
    • physical material creation, as a kind of flower growing from
    • call himself “I.” This is the crown of his
    • new substances are formed and old ones thrown off. But life
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    • joys and sorrows, pleasure and pair, cravings and desires.
    • to say “I,” makes the human being the crown of
    • person the crown of creation. This fourfold entity has always
    • research makes all these subtleties understandable and throws
    • child is surrounded by pain and sorrow or happiness and joy.
    • that spiritual investigation throws light even on practical
    • throwing itself body and soul into what the imagination
    • when gymnastic exercises induce feelings of growing strength
    • takes place in human beings during the time they grow up and
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    • the word “sin” is today used in a narrower, more
    • sorrow, but we find that as life reaches higher levels things
    • nothing is said that throws light on the riddle of death.
    • craving, pleasure and pain, joys and sorrows. The
    • “I” makes human beings the crown of creation, for
    • growth, propagation and digestion are built not only by the
    • and growth are sustained by the etheric principle. The astral
    • the ether body, the principle of growth, is still latent.
    • ether body the principle of growth is freed. Correspondingly,
    • growth concentrated in bringing about sexual maturity. This
    • discovered through a similar approach, which will also throw
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    • human soul away from narrow attitudes and egoistical aims; it
    • allowed to grow and mature within a person. It is rightly
    • understood if, in moments of sorrow or happiness, of devotion
    • which love for all things grows. To preach love is useless.
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    • guiding its structural development. The organs grow larger,
    • the growing child enables the physical structure to unfold in
    • organs, as they grow larger, all the attributes related to
    • physical exercises produce a feeling in the child of growing
    • a sensation of growing, not just physically, but morally.
    • growth and has a stabilizing, consolidating effect that
    • human then ceases to grow; a person solidifies, fat begins to
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    • may have found that Rosicrucianism is able to throw light on
    • slightly modified. While the wisdom is fostered in narrow
    • thought-organism. Thought is not added to thought, each grows
    • organically from the preceding one, like growth occurs in an
    • an expression of inner pain and sorrow. In other words, the
    • brow or tears. If you do not stop short at today's
    • sorrow, then you begin to understand imaginative knowledge.
    • plant grows out of the earth. Its stem strives upward; its
    • and grow. The pupil was told: Contemplate man in relation to
    • of great significance is between the eyebrows at the root of
    • grasp what is meant by the overcoming of the lower, narrow
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    • convey to the botanist the laws of its growth; and the
    • of the laws, however, it nevertheless grows and develops.
    • grow and develop; he was not significant because of his
    • and mobile ideas. If taken in a narrow, pedantic sense, we
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    • souls to the meaning of those more distant tasks which must grow from
    • inform this larger circle of an intention from the narrower circle of
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    • value of work. A great part of Roman history represents this growing
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    • life-conditions, or in the way he has grown into a
    • spiritual conception must be found which throws light on
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    • grows upon the earth is Christ. He lives in every seed, in
    • every tree, all that grows upon the earth. That is why Christ
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    • sleeps, because it sprouts and grows; it sleeps, while it
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    • the outer impression (diagram). One can say in this direction (arrows
    • (arrows from below to above) another force comes forth, which continuously
    • itself only through the fact that we can call ourselves completely grown
    • This throws an extraordinarily
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    • soft substance, into the hand and then I teach myself to throw the mortar
    • the other hand. The one, the throwing upward, corresponds to the activity
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    • you see at the fingernails, that they grow outwards and always grow
    • are making a row — and now the tools for instruction are making
    • a row! It is, of course, something dreadful: but it is so, we have to
    • plant grows out of the earth (diagram 6) it develops the seed bud —
    • previous year; only the petals grow out of this year's light. What pulls
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    • tales; it grows out of this same sure feeling for Lucifer and
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    • grown accustomed to accepting rigid necessity as the
    • sparrow that longed for nothing more than to break free.
    • imaginations a person might see, for that sparrow was not mere
    • sparrow as an imagination. I just wanted to mention that.
    • wintry effect on the devil, but to be thrown into the sewer of
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    • seventh month of embryonic growth, while we ourselves were born
    • row, then produce a small cup and say, “I will put the
    • develops and grows older until it becomes senile. The etheric
    • body does the opposite. Whereas we say we grow older when
    • speaking of the physical body, we ought really to say we grow
    • it can work again as a youthful force. While the physical grows
    • older, the etheric body grows younger. It gets younger and
    • like this today and like that tomorrow for such and such to
    • happen tomorrow and the day after tomorrow, that what
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    • are at least found to think of something growing, that is,
    • thrown overboard. We must once more cultivate this making of
    • shall speak further tomorrow.
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    • the fact that a mark, a furrow, is made. The soul feels that;
    • life (yellow arrows); and again we develop in this life what
    • arrows). This in the middle, drawn in brown, is rayed
    • Tomorrow the
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    • the narrow connection with life in the body. It is only through this
    • This growth of independence in the senses, this emancipation of the
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    • the tensible. He says: “The narrow portal is the night of the
    • The narrow portal is the
    • do with the senses, for its guide, the soul travels along the narrow
    • not reckon with the necessities of the age, they reckon with a narrow,
    • evil that would come were man to throw back the breaking wave of the
    • evolution of mankind, is to make man realise what, simply throw present
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    • of such a nature that they can throw light, it may be said, from another
    • as it were, grow in the course of evolution, into whom he will have
    • grown at a later stage of evolution. As you know, man's position in
    • grows into the habit of getting free from himself. As today, if he becomes
    • a spiritualist, man grows more egoistic than he was before, if he would
    • demands on the human heart and mind to widen the interests beyond narrow,
    • narrow interests! He need have no fear of becoming unpractical on that
    • narrowest interests. He must rid himself of the immediately personal;
    • for it does not help matters when people carry their narrow personal
    • often grow to very destructive proportions in men's life in common.
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    • look at the stone, your eyes can bear the reflected, thrown back light.
    • as things would be experienced in streaming sunlight but in light thrown
    • about what is often said—that people throw away the experience
    • but not resentfully, on the sorrow, on the suffering of his life. For
    • experience may be drowned. People cry out and make a noise at any kind
    • the pain; it is really drowning the suffering, sending it outside. In
    • very narrow one. However much man may boast of his spiritual horizon
    • is very narrow. Its narrowness is shown in particular by the extraordinary
    • narrowness of man's horizon speaks in things of this kind. Even in so
    • just because if one is narrow-minded it is really quite im possible
    • to press on to Spiritual Science. In everyday life, however, this narrow-mindedness
    • speaking of these things tomorrow.
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    • through nature. Then, to crown what he is able to gain by his perception
    • the contemplation, of nature to the crowning point of her edifice—the
    • More of this tomorrow.
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    • follow only with sorrow, what our Anthroposophical development wills.
    • his support, for his growing powers of consciousness. And certain personalities
    • what they are now, perhaps from scholars they will have grown into human
    • was organised by men, by personalities, who really had not grown out
    • is nothing but the shadow thrown by Goethe on his surroundings, the
    • simply placed the living beings in juxtaposition, in a row as Linnaeus
    • to throw light on to the fairy tale from the standpoint of Spiritual
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    • recognize them tomorrow, or even after a year, because their
    • astral truths and beings, but it feels as if it is all growing
    • which appears to you as a row of separate spheres, here a
    • acquired through what has been thrown out of the astrality of
    • researching the plant, how it grows through summer and bears
    • therefore the plants grow towards the earth. This Ego however
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    • grown.
    • his “Faust,” not in the narrow personal sense but
    • When we, however, try to throw out all we have as knowledge,
    • connected to the will and passion is thrown out, he finds a
    • growing, sprouting, prospering not only during child
    • death, not towards growth. We die from birth onwards, and at
    • could only have grown, if we had grasped them in a proper,
    • within the entire depth of his soul. That which has grown out
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    • stated that the Dornach Building has grown out of the Anthroposophical
    • conception of the world. The Building was able to grow forth from this
    • humanity as a whole, has in a one-sided way grown up round our social
    • been reminded of — human eyebrows and eyes and so on — that
    • principles of metamorphosis, so that the one always grows forth as a
    • a way that they might really have grown forth; and besides that, they
    • motive over the principal entrance, only in an organic growth it is
    • growth can be seen, the coming forth of one from another. And as we
    • shall see tomorrow, there is a marked effort to carry out this idea
    • were constructed, I shall steak tomorrow.
    • has been made to follow the principle of organic growth along an axis.
    • to be supported, while that which is to bear it grows into this form,
    • To-morrow we will continue
    • artistic forms is growing out of the Anthroposophical conception, we
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    • grown out of the architecture. That is the fundamental principle upon
    • so that like balances like here one is concerned with the growth of
    • and its points directed downwards appears to be growing larger, and
    • notice how that which you see there at the edge grows to meet what is
    • how forms which are in living movement grow through and grow out of
    • further and see how a subsequent form can grow out of this one. Now
    • let us understand how the following form grows out of this one. Here
    • we have an illustration of the complicated which has grown out of the
    • grown out of the previous one. Follow the development further so that
    • it becomes apparent to you what is organic and growing and in this way
    • eyes of certain lower organisms are much more complicated. They grow
    • that when we really grow into the inner form in the way that the metamorphosis
    • of forms demands, we grow into the creative principle of nature herself.
    • conception of the forces of growth. These must ever be comprehended
    • how one grows out of the other, how everything lives and interweaves,
    • We must grow and not
    • have only to imagine the principle of growth transforming this pillar
    • how things are. We shall take the opportunity to-morrow when we are
    • us that we shall escape from the, narrow personal points of view and
    • To-morrow we will consider
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    • we see the growing man in embryo in the little child, so can we see
    • grows out of the colour-world.
    • when this initiation-principle, now at the very beginning of its growth
    • will see that in this particular shade of colour, the brownish-green,
    • appears in its whole outline growing out of the blue. You will see more
    • a physical point of view, man is not that simple growing being that
    • growth in heart and lungs were alone to rule the human being, man would
    • the merely theoretical principle of growth, that of the One principle,
    • and took into consideration that polarically-opposed impulses of growth
    • other impulse of growth is Ahrimanic.
    • opposite of Lucifer, in this Ahriman, who as it were grows out of the
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    • tomorrow.
    • And now the crowd's applause rings in my ears like
    • Faust: “Look at him narrowly. What mak'st thou
    • growls. But let us be quite clear that those are spiritual
    • experiences; even the growling of the poodle is a spiritual
    • towards the divine spiritual, and his instincts growling at
    • “When in our narrow chamber kindled
    • The lamp its cheerful radiance throws,
    • “The King's crown should be of
    • by hunger. Throw hire the body of the King that he may
    • King, then make a great fire and throw the Wolf into
    • Golden King is thrown into the fire.
    • thus freed. Hence the ancient wisdom is growing dim; there is
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • playing again tomorrow, because it seems to me important to
    • drowned her child, and wandered around until she was
    • arrested and thrown into prison. Although Faust could not
    • Rolls on. The crowd streams to the devil,
    • sentimentality in The Sorrows of Werther, but also
    • grown clear, and Faust is able to pass from a lower
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    • High-vaulted, narrow Gothic Room — Laboratory.)
    • a very narrow, egoistic sense. We may ask why he does so?
    • not remain cold with the coldness of the apathetic crowd. For
    • “Dingy-brown stone-work, mouldered,
    • narrowness in all the affairs of life in which Faust grew up,
    • jung geworden.) Jung geworden (grown young) is an
    • old expression — and a very good one. Just as one grows
    • old in the physical world, so one grows young when one is
    • “Dingy-brown stone-work, mouldered,
    • and the rest of the cow's organism as a large sphere growing
    • by Woodrow Wilson to the Senate of the United States of
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    • experiences just as on the other it throws light on the
    • ‘Mothers’ with everything that is growing,
    • does not want Faust to grow away from him nor does he wish
    • forces of growth and of increase. This was one of the
    • more to this tomorrow and bring our considerations further.
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    • sorrow all too stern.
    • Woodrow Wilson. He would have had no cause.
    • and that of the fourth must work together. Faust grows away
    • emerges at the very moment where Faust grows away from the
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • forces —the forces of Good — will have to grow.
    • he had grown up, his home. At last he wandered from Corinth
    • connection, growing up outside the bonds of blood and then
    • far from his father's home, was told: When the youth grows up
    • human being can only come to spiritual freedom by growing
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    • responsibility for the human soul which throws a very
    • knowledge at least, grow near to what in reality man is
    • man is widened, so that out of Homunculus there may grow
    • for that has grown denser and is only one pole of the old
    • At cockcrow with the nightly shade.
    • crowing of a cock. Goethe makes it perfectly clear that we
    • I could add, perhaps tomorrow. In the meantime I shall only
    • further about it tomorrow.
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    • rightly regarded, throws much light on spiritual secrets. We
    • world — grow into it. But Anaxagoras' shadow concepts are
    • when a cock crows or a door slams, so everything in the
    • thrown in his lot with the Phorkyads) ...
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    • physics of tomorrow will find itself obliged to accept. In
    • forms, growing afterwards into the petal, so that the blossom
    • which rightly to throw light on nature? And among the real
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    • For it was clear to him that when a man grows old, he does
    • he grows old with a certain gift. I mean here with a gift of
    • the spiritual; that is to say if, not simply growing decrepit
    • decrepit body can be seen but not the spirit growing young
    • cheeks, but not the growing fullness of the spirit; that is
    • into which we men and women grow as we become old. There you
    • details: To find the force that as you grow old is always
    • in the external world. When we wander about among the growing
    • wander about among he growing plants, we are actually in the
    • for man's life, we have metamorphosis — the crown of
    • this becoming — this growing to true man. For him,
    • the arising, the growing, of plants of animals, of man. But
    • again tomorrow of this conclusion of the scene, in connection
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • fortune and misfortune, of joy and sorrow, of blows of fate
    • grow out of the idea of Homunculus?
    • might grow to the idea of Homo.
    • death) even if he has grown old in this striving and has
    • when the moonlight — that borrowed sunlight — is
    • the crown of this metamorphosis-idea, that appears for us
    • incarnation, it becomes my next head. This is the crown of
    • century. By then he had grown older, and that means younger
    • in soul, for as a man outwardly ages, in his soul he grows
    • experienced in life by a soul grown young again, a soul who
    • in thus growing young has been enriched to a very high
    • Tomorrow,
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    • thrown to the opposite, where man loses himself through the
    • which it has grown has to wither, and it is not enough that
    • the tree should go on growing, a fresh seed must be sown in
    • strive to grow out of what today is the typical point of view
    • of the crowd. Nothing is more resented at present than this
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    • to-morrow's lecture I shall continue where I have left off
    • then to-morrow give the application to the immediate practical
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    • certainly, when the plant is partly damaged where it grows out
    • plant, but so to speak looks at the plant growth over the
    • being. So every single plant becomes something which grows out
    • growing and thriving. At one time the earth was young and in
    • Already from our earth's plant growth we realize, by
    • through the crowding together of the stone particles pain takes
    • is. How can a flower grow without a spiritual basis, how can it
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    • discussion which followed, Bishop Wilberforce, throwing a
    • method, we can arrive at a comprehension of the growth and
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    • way through a row of solid chairs, through anything your senses
    • the outgrown stages through which he has developed his bodily
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    • have treated until now. At the same time it will help to throw
    • grow deeply into what they learned. In such a community —
    • Nowadays it is easy work to think, for people have grown
    • possession — their human soul is narrowed down. Man
    • narrowed soul has carried untrue, imperfect, inconsistent
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    • consciousness means that the forces of nourishment and of growth are
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    • estranged from earthly existence, he has been growing more and more
    • it is a love born of the soul; he grows into his language and race as
    • into a natural home. If however a man has grown into it the other way
    • existence. It makes a great difference whether we grow into race and
    • inwardly with his folk and language, or whether we grow into them more
    • this inner love for a language and people. When, however, a man grows
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    • people, for the human being does not grow out of the Earth but is born
    • What we know of our will is only the illumination thrown upon it by
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    • had just thrown into the brook a book that was floating away. At
    • to promote spiritual growth. What was to be done? He resolved to
    • at Zurich. There he encountered a peculiar narrow-minded
    • possession of his soul. In him we have an example of a soul grown
    • growth and work, until at last he becomes, as we have been able to
    • by a German spirit growing directly out of the people and climbing
    • mind of this German thinker who had grown out of that peasant boy
    • philosophers!” Let narrow minds say what they will
    • as regards sight: the image of an object is thrown on the retina.
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    • significance of the Christmas festival, which will grow out of the
    • costumes, different for each one, with paper crowns and a star on
    • “Star-Singers” went around, wearing paper crowns on their
    • railways and automobiles, speeding forth so grotesquely between rows
    • Let us greet the emperor and his crown,
    • lives and grows. This can however only happen as a result of what has
    • similar way as the children and the grown-ups used to look on
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    • meets us. Facing the bloodshed in which he is to take part, he grows
    • Arjuna. We shall speak of this more in detail tomorrow. He describes
    • itself in an expanded ego. It grows into a wider consciousness. The
    • with the whole earth, then he grows into a higher level of
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    • example, who had grown up with a particular religious bias, with
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    • in the same laws of growth as the preceding one but that nevertheless
    • that when children are allowed to grow up on their own they develop
    • example, some remarkable essays recently published by Woodrow Wilson,
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    • trying to throw light on the new age of self-consciousness, and
    • and stamping it in words borrowed from the sense world. Only that in
    • discourses we try to make the ideas borrowed from ordinary life
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    • of the child are those of the grown-up person, but in childlike form.
    • thrown into the current of human evolution. It remained permeated
    • being, the Luke Jesus child, and as the child grows up it remains
    • individual persons, and how this will throw more and more light on
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    • that he wears them like a garment, while in his real self he grows
    • burrow down into their own soul, finding no connection with the outer
    • present-day occultism must try to throw light on the different
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    • bound up with the enduring of certain pains and sorrows, and with some
    • all directions, but not the substantiality. One grows into the
    • qualities of things, but with the feeling that one is growing only
    • To-morrow we will go further, by describing first of all what the
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    • grow”, who see everywhere the visions of the dreamer, not the
    • grows out of the Earth and delights the eyes and perhaps the other
    • carpet of plants grows together with the out-there in the Cosmos.
    • Sun; how the plants cannot grow without the specific action of the
    • relations between Earth-growth and plant-growth and the Sun and Stars.
    • plant-growth is dependent on this relationship. Concerning the plants
    • what the plant has. Considering all this, you may say: A plant grows
    • growing below, so can the ego of a person say of his physical and
    • Now in order to grow up correctly into the higher worlds, and to have
    • stage we will go on to-morrow.
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    • the astral body and ego. Thus the feeling grows: What you are in your
    • sorrow-laden soul. And this soul, because it cannot understand itself,
    • look and sorrow-stricken countenance, the result of her having to look
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    • grows also, so that the old principle of authority comes to an end.
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    • of nutrition and the forces of growth and re-production. Man has also
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    • the brow is lacking. Occultism, knowing that physical man is but an
    • in the Atlanteans lay outside the brow, in the etheric head. Today it
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    • living powers forever. The Art of today will be the Nature of tomorrow
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    • plant, as well as in man, it is the force of growth, rhythm and
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    • (3) Equilibrium of soul. There must be moderation in sorrow and in
    • deepest sorrow with the same equanimity of soul.
    • grown to a point where it includes the soul of his people.
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    • This ancient initiation has its crowning-point ‘in Christ.’
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    • The Crowning with Thorns.
    • the spinal marrow, just as the flower is a culmination and synthesis
    • The Crowning with Thorns, — At this stage man must learn
    • willing produces in the brain a change that is symbolised by the Crown
    • Crowning with Thorns, there arises the phenomenon known as the
    • arithmetic, beneath the zero point, we enter into the growing series
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    • The physical world encloses us in the narrow span of material
    • ‘consuming fire.’ Man must grow accustomed to existence
    • All that we throw out of ourselves into the astral world at one time
    • today the fruits of the narrow, materialistic thoughts strewn by our
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    • from outside, as it were. We do not experience sorrow and joy as if
    • regard sorrows and joys from a higher point of view, where we strive
    • is lost among the crowd of other beings. In the highest sphere of
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    • His existence was primitive in the extreme, his horizon narrow, his
    • same as it is today. It is known that the brow of prehistoric man was
    • not developed, for, in effect, the development of the brow and
    • cannot, for example, hasten the growth of plants by an act of will.
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    • and feeling, and the growth of plants. He simply sees their physical
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    • 3) The third layer is a circle of inverted consciousness. All sorrow
    • appears there as joy. And all joy is experienced as sorrow. Its
    • 5) This layer is known as the earth of growth. It contains the
    • cataclysms, earthquakes, etc. Growing powers of evolution are the only
    • Circle of growth
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    • The physical correlate of this spiritual evolution was the growth and
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    • spiritual clairvoyance should grow dim in order that the intellect
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    • eye-brows, the sixteen-petalled lies in the region of the
    • his karma — the one, as Subba Row says, in seven
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    • third stage is the crowning with thorns. At this stage
    • spiritual world as the crowning with thorns. One sees oneself
    • with the crown of thorns. Pains in the head will be felt in
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    • lifeless inorganic forces. Man cannot oblige a plant to grow,
    • or to grow faster. He would have to acquire occult power, to
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    • body. But man can move, feel and think; he grows, takes nourishment,
    • plants his capacity to nourish himself, to grow and propagate; if he
    • means of growth and so forth. This is the etheric body.
    • growth, nutrition and propagation. The example of hypnotism can help
    • it is the etheric body that is responsible for nutrition, growth and
    • the brow. This is to be seen in human beings only — more clearly
    • the bearer of the forces of growth and reproduction.
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    • Row. He says: One man will achieve it in seventy incarnations, another
    • Nor do these legends grow up by chance: the great Initiates created
    • see into the astral world the thought is like an arrow or thunderbolt
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    • desire as a brownish-red thought-form in the upper part of his astral
    • he causes pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow, to animals and men. All
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    • tomorrow how Theosophy bears on these problems of education, which point
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    • by Theosophy is in the highest sense practical. The light it throws
    • We can properly understand how a human being grows to maturity only
    • body is thrown open to its environment at birth. During this period,
    • foundation. The child will grow up like a will-o'-the-wisp if
    • way to grow up into full maturity.
    • throw it into water before you put it on the board, and then it will
    • not burn a hole. The fact that the ball was thrown into the water is
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    • to lead a narrow, restricted existence and to be much alone; if he was
    • away; rather is its true source made clear. Of this, more tomorrow.
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    • to replace a lost limb; they could make plants grow, and so on. Thus
    • shall see tomorrow how this development went on.
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    • Man has not kept the promise he made to the Brown Man. You Pale-faces
    • people to keep their word. The Brown-man's God is not like that; the
    • Brown-man hears the thunder and sees the lightning and this language
    • the Brown-man can understand that speech also. He knows when a storm
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    • turn into wings and then the priest starts to crow: she wakes up and
    • hears the cock crowing outside!
    • the seasons, of day and night, and so on. Plants, too, grow rhythmically.
    • to the joys and sorrows of the world only when we do not give ourselves
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    • saying to himself: “I will stand up to whatever pains and sorrows
    • of the Crowning with Thorns, and for this he has to acquire yet another
    • has an astral vision of himself being crowned with thorns.
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    • we see only what we are, and that is just what we have to grow out of
    • a person has outgrown this idea, not only in theory but in feeling,
    • begin to grow beyond himself. All this is not part of meditation, but
    • proceeding from the plant: that is the astral counterpart of its growth.
    • increasingly growing larger and larger until it is as large as the Earth;
    • grows out at once like sponge; it gets larger and larger and is held
    • A polaric reflection arises, a reversal of the original. Sorrow would
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    • thrown together in chaotic fashion: the seriousness that we should be
    • tomorrow.
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    • tomorrow. We will see what from one side leads to health and from the
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    • forms a second body from the original model. It grows and is finally
    • growth process, and because they work much less strongly than the sun
    • growth. Then from the twenty-first to the twenty-eighth year the
    • show clearly that the earlier forces of growth are now completely
    • the forces of growth that are flowing away. But even Goethe had grown
    • when we no longer build our growth out of cosmic forces. Whatever we
    • tomorrow.
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    • through the gate of death when we throw off our physical body. It is
    • about this tomorrow. You can realize that we are coming more and more
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    • manifold the forces in the universe are! Look at a growing plant, for
    • instance. Follow the growth of its stem upward from the earth's
    • surface, and the growth of its root downward. Right there are two
    • — to use it for such a thing as the growth of a stem upward and
    • the growth of a root downward, we would find the connections in the
    • connected with the stem's upward growth has some relation to the
    • connected with the root's downward growth has some relation to the
    • the forces of the entire macrocosm — in growth, in structure,
    • the sun into humans and into everything that wants to sprout and grow
    • everything physical to germinate and sprout and grow, everything that
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    • time from a standpoint that I think will throw greatest light upon
    • If we observe too exuberant a growth in the etheric body, we realize
    • happen where the world has been thrown into chaos and its pieces lie
    • give two more lectures for this course: tomorrow, and the day after
    • tomorrow. I am announcing this now so that you can make your plans
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    • where the soil is so constituted that winter plants will grow in it,
    • low-growing plants and for minerals in the soil. We look for what
    • occurs as sediment, not for what grows above the earth in crystal
    • possessed only a narrow human knowledge, while the knowledge of the
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    • impels one to grow in one's entire human attitude.
    • must have for its crowning endeavor the comprehension of what is
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    • thrown together in chaotic fashion: the seriousness that we should be
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    • use the current materialistic terms (which we are going to outgrow as
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    • forms a second body from the original model. It grows and is finally
    • growth process, and because they work much less strongly than the sun
    • growth. Then from the twenty-first to the twenty-eighth year the
    • show clearly that the earlier forces of growth are now completely
    • the forces of growth that are flowing away. But even Goethe had grown
    • when we no longer build our growth out of cosmic forces. Whatever we
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    • through the gate of death when we throw off our physical body. It is
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    • manifold the forces in the universe are! Look at a growing plant, for
    • instance. Follow the growth of its stem upward from the earth's
    • surface, and the growth of its root downward. Right there are two
    • — to use it for such a thing as the growth of a stem upward and
    • the growth of a root downward, we would find the connections in the
    • connected with the stem's upward growth has some relation to the
    • connected with the root's downward growth has some relation to the
    • the forces of the entire macrocosm — in growth, in structure,
    • the sun into humans and into everything that wants to sprout and grow
    • everything physical to germinate and sprout and grow, everything that
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    • time from a standpoint that I think will throw greatest light upon
    • If we observe too exuberant a growth in the etheric body, we realize
    • happen where the world has been thrown into chaos and its pieces lie
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    • where the soil is so constituted that winter plants will grow in it,
    • low-growing plants and for minerals in the soil. We look for what
    • occurs as sediment, not for what grows above the earth in crystal
    • possessed only a narrow human knowledge, while the knowledge of the
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    • impels one to grow in one's entire human attitude.
    • must have for its crowning endeavor the comprehension of what is
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    • science equipped only with ideas borrowed from the world of the
    • the gradual growth of our earth as the planetary scene of human
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    • crowd upon the soul of the seer when he enters into the supersensible
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    • laws which determine that the root shall grow downward and the
    • growing out of the soil, but there is one group-soul for each species
    • their crowning achievement — in order at last to pour human
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    • the earth causes green things to grow, the living element of tree and
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    • backward, to the sorrow of their parents, but in the cosmic process,
    • we can see from an illustration borrowed from everyday life. The
    • become stunted in their growth. Light is an element of life for every
    • a flood of light will be thrown upon that account. It will all appear
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    • these lectures I shall try to throw light
    • emerges as the crowning achievement of evolution. We have to
    • account up to the crowning of the structure on the sixth
    • that for the creation of man himself, for the crowning fulfilment of
    • had, so to say, to grow beyond themselves. They had to acquire a
    • crown their work they had to unfold still higher powers. The Elohim,
    • as a group, had to grow beyond themselves. Let us try to get an idea
    • grows to a higher stage through the bringing together of activities
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    • impressions of them. Then, when after his great sorrow his
    • growth. During the Moon evolution it was normal. For instance, man
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    • grown to Jahve-Elohim, which streamed into man with the air.
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    • in sleep from the other human members (grown denser since that time);
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    • and have sought to throw ridicule on what earlier distinguished
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    • which unites earth and man with the worlds beyond the earth. To-morrow
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    • elementary beliefs, long since outgrown by those who have grasped the
    • mankind, all the sorrows, the mockery and scorn, the contempt and the
    • Flowers of all patterns lift their growth above it,
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    • the growth of the materialistic conceptions prevailing in the West.
    • Christ Jesus as the crucified One, the Man of Sorrows, brought to His
    • Then there crept into this conception of the Man of Sorrows, that
    • Man of Sorrows on the Cross. Casual thoughts and feelings about what
    • this entails the realisation that the picture of the Man of Sorrows on
    • pain-stricken Jesus, the Man of Sorrows, on the Cross; but above the
    • the Man of Sorrows on the Cross, is looking down, not upon the eternal
    • body, in the purple robe and wearing the crown of thorns. The sight of
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    • understand it. I said that when, in future times, men have outgrown
    • Christianity will have thrown off the outmoded forms of religious life
    • form, outside the narrow bounds of ordinary religion.
    • Christianity emerging from the narrow framework of the religious life
    • Movement which, for those who are outgrowing the substance of ordinary
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    • and tomorrow to an endeavour to show how this feeling, this inner
    • the past in order to be able to describe to-morrow what is felt about
    • of what it means to live no longer within its own narrow, personal
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    • profound sorrow that the Eastern sages looked into the future,
    • looked with such sorrow into the future, wondering whether the earth
    • the more we can grow in the spirit, the more we can gain the mastery
    • every day that passes we grow into the spiritual world. So too, death
    • their sorrow the Eastern sages feared: that the Enlightened One of the
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    • THIS evening and to-morrow evening we are going to attempt a coherent
    • all this points to the growing of new human faculties enabling men to
    • how this revelation is already in process of throwing new light on the
    • some reason, to dispense with faith, to throw it over. But just as a
    • carpenter I have made a table, it will still be there tomorrow; if I
    • am a shoemaker, someone will be able to put on to-morrow what I have
    • the physical plane that the sun will rise to-morrow and that seeds
    • will eventually grow into plants. It shows, if we understand karma,
    • become increasingly rickety even in the very bones. Marrow will be
    • Spiritual Science alone can help to throw light. Thus it is only now
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    • growing up to the joy of his parents. One day he fell ill, and his
    • wishes and desires of the soul, its joys, sorrows, the particular
    • name of “faith-body” throws its reflection on to the human
    • is connected with the reflection the astral body throws into the soul,
    • post-Atlantean culture-epoch, when people grow to realise more and
    • the next period of human evolution this will grow to maturity. If the
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    • One thing must be admitted by anyone who transcends the narrow
    • Certainly there are in our days narrow-minded materialistic souls who
    • would enclose the entire human being in such narrow limits that man
    • to throw light upon life's riddles — will make us realise that,
    • home presently, go to bed and sleep, and wake up to-morrow morning.
    • is of very great significance. Till then, not merely the bodily growth
    • continues, but also the growth of the soul; for the soul of a man
    • really grows.
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    • in a rare, objective, quite impersonal manner, both in narrower and
    • souls and hearts of men with pain and sorrow, though fill them also
    • opposing the Roman peoples who had now grown old, and through the
    • narrow-minded through a too exact and pedantic reference to these
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    • to throwing light from one point of view or another on the connection
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    • course. We call this growing old for the quite trivial reason that
    • young when we grow old. While we say of the physical body — we
    • are aging — of the etheric body we must say we are growing young.
    • And it is well to use this expression. We really grow young as regards
    • of childhood. We grow young as regards our etheric body. Thus it will
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    • outer darkness prevails over the earth, when the growth of vegetation
    • materialistic mind of man understands nothing. Yet man may grow into
    • primitive man, while losing his physical consciousness grows into the
    • to pictures in a mirror. Certainly, if a mirror is there and throws
    • sighted. Our thinking throws out an idea in a pedantic fashion and
    • man and throws up images in his soul. And it is well that humanity
    • sheaves of various lights above the arch, like the spikes of a crown,
    • This is a beautiful presentation. The children had grown up without
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    • sorrow, emanates from his astral body. Love, passion, joy, pain,
    • joy and sorrow, desires, wishes, etc., one is speaking of the astral
    • this. In a narrower sense this activity is called human karma. What I
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    • the direction of the gravity of the earth. The plant grows upwards
    • orders the growth of the plant in accordance with this sense.
    • and its roots and stalks grow in the direction of the tangent of the
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    • Round reappears and grows up as the plant kingdom; for instance [the]
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    • body which to begin with man carries into Devachan can grow into the
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    • awareness of these lofty conditions. The profoundly wise Subba Row
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    • whose brow receded far back. Only the back part of the brain was
    • even farther-receding brow, nevertheless they still possessed
    • cause a seed to grow and bloom.
    • growth forces of nature, of the vegetation, a power which present day
    • brain. Through this man lost the power of influencing the growth of
    • thrown something off.
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    • sorrow, passions are actually present, just as physical objects are on
    • If a person drowsy with sleep meditates and in so doing does not rise
    • signifies a growing increase of power. In schools of Black Magic
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    • the plant every day in its process of growth. When we first allow the
    • tiny plant to work upon us and observe its growth meditatively until
    • it, growing with its growth, if we were able to become selfless enough
    • and pain, sorrow and joy, and so on.
    • to grow pure mineral substances. Through this force certain yogis find
    • it possible to influence the growth of plants; they have however
    • in influencing growth, demands are also made upon feeling. Through art
    • a beginning is made with what affects the growth of human beings. The
    • would make it possible to influence the growth of plants. Theosophy
    • body, but all that grows has an etheric body. If someone works
    • to-morrow: The purer and more super-sensible the thought, the more one
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    • throwing off of certain substances and forces possessed by the astral
    • thrown off however remained as separated astral forms, beings with a
    • The human astral body becomes ever finer and nobler, always throwing
    • world it has thrown off and which were earlier within it. They build
    • original astral body had thrown off various portions of itself which
    • is an image of the beings which have been thrown off. In so far as
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    • too does not grow out of nothing. A seed must be planted into the
    • time. The human being too had grown up out of the Earth and for this a
    • planet is the same as the growth of the plant on the Earth. Then, with
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    • the soil have become parasitic, they must still always grow on plants,
    • for example the mistletoe. This grows on plants, just as on the Old
    • him; for example in the Fifth Round, Cologne Cathedral will grow as a
    • The Cologne Cathedral will eventually grow as plant world out of what
    • work in the mineral world around us grows.
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    • combination, but it must grow out of what is already there. This is a
    • head, at the place where the brow is in the case of man. With man this
    • were to follow the line of growth, we would come to the centre of the
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    • of the plants, belongs to the Sun. Formerly their growth inclined
    • That part of the plant which grows above the Earth has the same
    • that part of the plant that grows below the surface of the Earth, that
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    • of the front of the brow, the formation of the part of the brain on
    • throwback into the Atlantean Age. And this happens everywhere, over in
    • Buddhism appears as a throwback into the Atlantean Age. This is why we
    • seedling does the new, future plant grow.
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    • which regulates growth and metabolism, is predominant. The result is a
    • presence known. Accordingly their ego stunts the growth of the other
    • lower essential members had been held back in their growth. Napoleon,
    • The phlegmatic child should not be allowed to grow up alone. Although
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    • truly comprehended — must be kept separate, are thrown
    • is equally significant is that if a man were to grow upon a distant,
    • So do we learn to feel that this grows in the human being,
    • in his life of soul. Thus there grows in man something that goes
    • present only while the animal is growing and the size of its organs
    • is increasing and which stops when growth is completed? What
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    • if obliged to grow up alone, would never arrive at speaking, nor
    • broadly, this is the case, and that in the form of the brow, in the
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    • of an answer. Should you throw out questions at random, in a haphazard
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    • forces working in the growth of plants. Such an explanation of cosmic
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    • only while it is growing on its stem on the rose-bush with its
    • accumulation of slate-formation on it, and then the plants growing out
    • slate-formation has to be here or there in order that plants may grow
    • as our hair is connected with the skin on which it grows. The animal
    • earthwards; it grows into the earth — is, as it were, drawn
    • element as they grow up from the earth out into the cosmos, need
    • nitrogen-combinations for their growth; and it will be possible to
    • study plant-growth, too, in the right way if proper attention is paid
    • nitrogen-combinations enter into plant-growth. As you know, this alone
    • all, these deliberations will in themselves have helped to throw light
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    • how it lived in post-Atlantean times, and we have grown to realise in
    • darkest depths of life up to the light of the spirit, from deep sorrow
    • in the midst of earthly joys and sorrows. If it would picture what
    • pulsates through earthly joys and sorrows. Persephone is all soul,
    • call themselves anthroposophists must grow together in the concrete
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    • then have the distinct feeling that your etheric body never grows
    • oneself of all prejudices and preconceived feelings that grow up in a
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    • disturbance, in sound soul life. We widen out, we expand when growing
    • get the feeling that we are growing into the etheric world that is
    • learning to live in the etheric body — one grows into the etheric
    • dwelling on one's faults one grows stronger, and what had begun to
    • impulses. Then we feel growing within us forces the activity of which
    • is the more narrowly confined part that corresponds to the brain; this
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    • co-experience. This gradually grows in intensity, and you penetrate
    • you have done crowded into that one point. That is external. For the
    • points of view, and have tried to throw light on His being. But all
    • Thus we have tried to throw a certain light on the concepts of the
    • man we shall speak of tomorrow.
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    • individual it can rejoice in its power to grow individually great. If
    • light in our darkness will be our starting-point tomorrow. That will
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    • us throw light on this matter from another point of view.
    • this hall beneath this row of windows, and that mirrors were hanging
    • you go on you again see it for there is another mirror that throws its
    • that he grows right out beyond earthly existence. Then, at a certain
    • grown together with the earth, yet at the same time he was growing
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    • sense this is also the foundation of all our happiness and sorrow;
    • sorrow. When we use the word ‘feeling’, we are referring
    • to the realm which embraces the happiness and sorrow of human life.
    • feeling, what possibilities in the way of joy and sorrow are within
    • thrown upon these four spheres of our inner life when we try to
    • human soul causing it happiness and sorrow.
    • The growth and decay of the
    • and growth of this physical body and that there are others which
    • this actual growth and decay in the physical world again
    • crystallises. For one knows that this growth and decay is connected
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    • between Lucifer and the gods. And the human ideal is thrown out from
    • allow this child to grow up with external, material conceptions
    • live in thee more and more, and they help thee to grow inwardly
    • thrown out of time into space, it is attracted magnetically by
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    • stated that light is thrown on the past by clairvoyant consciousness.
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    • materialist and deny spirit before death is the way to be drowned, as
    • reality one had formerly believed in, A man is then choked or drowned
    • to make use of his wisdom; otherwise he is stifled by or drowned in
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    • between death and new birth, our soul-light now begins to grow dim.
    • happens when the memory-tableau gradually fades away and grows dim,
    • tableau must first fade away, must gradually grow dim. Then out of
    • the soul-forces come forth in a growing child in the first weeks of
    • its life. As this soul-force grows it is revealed to us that behind
    • expands a vast number of elemental beings. Our memories grow dim and
    • being. When it strikes against the elemental being it is thrown back.
    • enabled to perceive spirits and souls about us. This then grows dim
    • own soul and these contents grow richer to the same extent that thou
    • life grow richer and richer and at the same time the vision of our
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    • throws light into spirit-worlds. The one in the spirit-world may,
    • will shine more and more even into drowsy man, even now when humanity
    • shown us by spiritual vision; we have had certain joys and sorrows in
    • life. We can survey these joys and sorrows, but we see what we have
    • a different way, as pain and sorrow, it is seen on the spiritual
    • plane that the pain and sorrow we have borne on the physical plane
    • It will grow more and more
    • for only spiritual experience throws light up into the spiritual
    • be unable to bear it. He has first to grow into the knowledge that
    • and see vast quantities of grains of wheat, only a few of which grow
    • grow. It is only in appearance that anything is lost, only in maya;
    • wait to see how many are bought. This tendency will grow greater and
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    • it is to you, since I grow out of you, that I am indebted for my
    • seeds for the growth of a true knowledge of man. Whoever undertakes
    • growth continued; he felt he had not finished with the task of
    • as they are born and grow up. A consequence of human evolution is
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    • already and shall mention in the public lecture to-morrow) everything
    • those which in this narrow sense are not dependent on our karma. Some
    • practical technique, though the expression is used in a narrow sense.
    • We shall grow towards Him only if we cultivate idealism in ourselves,
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    • encountered the distinction between a rose, growing on its stem, and
    • is not to be drowsily ignored.
    • how thought could be carried like an arrow over great distances by
    • super-sensible world, and also visions which throw light on external
    • are quite alone, when we are thrown back entirely on ourselves, that
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    • “Nature” has grown to be a rather vague and undefined
    • One fact may throw
    • which have grown ever more beloved in Science, so much so that in our
    • — has grown to be the determining factor in the way we think
    • b, indicated by an arrow in the figure, to be compounded of
    • well grow accustomed — for all the workings of Nature —
    • Precisely this has grown habitual, nay dominant, in Science. Indeed
    • step — out into actual Nature — whereby we shall grow
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    • growing velocity, and there will be a certain measure of this
    • has grown, — how much must be subtracted to restore the
    • Through a narrow slit
    • experiment again with a far narrower cylinder of light. You see a far
    • it not for the prism, it would go straight on, but it is now thrown
    • light by an arrow in the diagram, I shall have to put the arrow thus.
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    • to the bottom of it. He began borrowing and collecting instruments,
    • the original cross-section: by interposing the lens I get it narrowed
    • picture has grown smaller. The cylinder of light is contracted.
    • — thrust apart — in the direction of these two arrows.
    • move in this way and I should have to draw the arrow in this
    • find that the external fluid or aqueous humour and the lens grow not
    • grows out to meet them. This is the noteworthy thing. In fact the
    • blind. Tomorrow I shall try to show you an experiment confirming
    • partly take our start tomorrow in studying the relation of the eye to
    • shade? This we will try to answer tomorrow. Today we will adduce what
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    • is the one stream of light. It is thrown by reflection across here,
    • lighter it must grow there, — or else one would have to assume
    • narrow bright yellow strip, or as is generally said, a yellow line.
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    • throwing back the red. With like simplicity we can explain why
    • throws back the blue alone. We on the other hand have to eschew these
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    • off the experimental part until tomorrow. We must determine still
    • People have grown ever
    • it again tomorrow — between the sounds and the vibrations of
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    • upright rod which will throw shadows on this screen. You see two
    • shadow you are seeing on the right is the one thrown by the
    • imparting something to us. But this grows different again when we
    • tomorrow speak of the science of sound and tone, whence you will
    • engender warmth. Now as a basis for tomorrow's lecture, we have
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    • have grown accustomed to through Goethe. They wanted to study
    • we are now about to demonstrate. You see this disc with its rows of
    • of studying it which we have grown accustomed to in modern Physics
    • method, but way-of-thinking) which physicists have grown accustomed
    • chords, widening or narrowing the aperture between them, so do the
    • be compared to the vacuum inside the globe, and what then grows
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    • complete. Tomorrow I will give a few concluding aspects, also
    • enabling us to throw some light on the educational use of
    • scientific knowledge. Now to prepare for tomorrow, I must today
    • school days. This will enable us, in tomorrow's lecture, to gain a
    • and manifold as they appear. These tendencies were crowned to some
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    • object, as we should do with light. Light throws a shadow. So do
    • 19th century, the Geometry itself began to grow uncertain. It
    • quarrel grows in violence; at last they challenge one-another to a
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • sorrow, of happiness and suffering, of passions, impulses, desires,
    • the morning, joy, sorrow, happiness, suffering and other such
    • desires, of our joys and sufferings, sorrows, and so on. This too is
    • sorrows, joys, and so forth, but who are attentive only to the
    • of his sorrow and suffering. It may all be so much dreaming, but it is
    • view of the matter. In the state of ecstasy we have grown into the
    • proves to be impenetrable. We do not penetrate into it, but it throws
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    • to this lower kingdom out of which I have grown. The animal too owes
    • To-morrow we shall begin by taking a first glimpse into that which man
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    • sorrow. Thus the corresponding inner body is perpetually working at
    • Soul, it will eventually grow to be like it. My soul and its faculties
    • eventually grow to be comparable with this mighty Cosmic Thinking,
    • Along the path to be described tomorrow we shall encounter spiritual
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
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    • resemblance to his last etheric body grows until he finally recognises
    • sleep. We shall begin to-morrow by describing the process of going to
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    • lighter, as though he were growing out beyond himself. Then this
    • scientist has to describe the higher worlds, he must borrow the words
    • brow, if he had not an Ego. If he had not his invisible members in
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    • Elementary World we grow right into the things there, identify
    • thrown into utter confusion; but if a person is helped to understand
    • acquiring faculties that will enable him to grow into the higher
    • in order to be able, little by little, to grow into that world.
    • grow into the higher worlds, how he can become a citizen of those
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 8: Mirror-images of the Macrocosm in Man. Rosicrucian Symbols.
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    • told by his teacher to contemplate, as a beginning, how a plant grows
    • Rose-Cross? Do red roses ever grow on dead wood? — But the whole
    • growing until the seed is formed and then gradually withering until
    • quite simple symbol of growth and decay.
    • Knowledge, he can also grow into the Elementary World in such a way as
    • the higher worlds. A mere outline has been given today. To-morrow we
    • shall describe how man, if he works upon himself, grows step by step
    • and to-morrow we shall speak of what he becomes and what is eventually
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    • that it is given to us by grace and that we must first grow into it
    • Macrocosm makes us men. When in a new incarnation we grow into the
    • Microcosm, we grow into an organism of which the heart is the centre;
    • waited until there could be created for him the crowning structure of
    • Pervade my growing soul,
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    • Tomorrow we shall have to describe how something of the
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    • through during sleep, in pictures borrowed from our memory,
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    • grown. We obtain an over-all view of the relationship of
    • knowledge of the world grows and reveals the divine in ever
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    • knowledge; they had not outgrown the religious traditions through
    • the pulsation of the blood when we remember that we grow pale when we
    • direct it more to the centre when we grow pale, more to the surface
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    • man, just as a person's thoughts, his sorrows and cares, lie
    • manifestation of his Ego is to be recognised in his brow and
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture I
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    • was born in 1401, the son of a boatman and vinegrower in the Rhine
    • who, in rather narrow circles, fulfilled their duties, and sought in
    • what surrounds us in the kingdom of nature. But these concepts grow
    • grows lame and human knowledge is dispersed into nothingness. This
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    • grown more tenuous, and the increased density of the corporeal world.
    • longer even attempts to throw light on it with concepts. It is
    • tomorrow.
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    • right. Finally, in regard to the last orientation, man grows into it
    • tomorrow.
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    • about these concepts, we grow no wiser than we were to begin with.
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    • birth and death had its gradations. When a child was seen to grow
    • one really entered into this growing process of the child, this could
    • birth. When a man began to show wrinkles and grey hair and grow
    • that is in the process of growth, is not atomized; and when the
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    • world, he has the primary qualities only in images (arrow in sketch).
    • scientific thinking since the Fifteenth Century. Then they will throw
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    • modern times. Now I will try to throw light from a certain standpoint
    • today's viewpoint (which naturally will also be outgrown in the
    • anything within himself. What had grown to be external science was
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    • as from today's seed the plant will grow.
    • will they throw light on those matters that natural science wants to
    • growing, sprouting living matter could not think. But because it
    • particularly in the domain of science. Natural science has grown
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    • Suppose you were able to set down a formula for the growth of a plant.
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    • narrow-mindedness comes about just because we go from the concrete to
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    • phenomena side by side so that they throw light on each other, and
    • When, for instance, and I will consider this tomorrow hypothetically,
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    • what must happen if we are to throw aside certain obstacles that
    • until tomorrow. Imagine we were not living men, but living rainbows,
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    • concepts have borrowed from light . But there is one kind of concept
    • abstractly, when we move within the narrow confines of concepts, in
    • and time or ourselves and space. That is, we must grow inwardly into
    • temperature comes to grow materialistic for the very reason that the
    • grows into contact with other natural phenomena as he has already
    • grown into contact with time and space.
    • this time, put this proposition before our souls and tomorrow we ill
    • question which we are asking ourselves today. Tomorrow we will speak
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    • grows together at once above the cut; so that the wire goes through
    • gravity. We find when we have a number of solids in a row and take way
    • with tomorrow. I will say only this today, that we have sought to find
    • tomorrow. Now when we have followed further this path of thinking:
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    • to say, everything essential is thrown out of one's concepts, and one
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    • observations, let us throw a little light on this whole point of view.
    • body, at that instant the environment becomes jealous, if I may borrow
    • and infinite extension downward on the other. (Indicated by arrows.)
    • consider this train of thought further tomorrow.
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    • were, the fluid throwing out a surface and thus showing its relation
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    • here, and placed on it a row of urchins. As it became warm the urchins
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    • spectrum by throwing light through this opening — you can see it
    • above (see arrow). From the lower side, the tendency to
    • instance, the usual concepts of energy must be thrown out. This
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    • unfortunately have to postpone until tomorrow. At that time they will
    • things which, together with the experiments of tomorrow, will enable
    • opaque body is one that throws the light back. For how can such a
    • yesterday in a sketchy way, which will be clearer tomorrow when we
    • arrow)
    • they consider as something thrown off or as that which has died out of
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    • will lead us to a more prompt conclusion of our series. Tomorrow, I
    • we will speak further of this tomorrow.
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    • gravity and the energies of configuration, to borrow a term from
    • will grow much that will be of enormous importance technically for the
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture II: Exercises of Thought, Feeling and Volition
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    • speech, and in this form have a meaning which throws religious light
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
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    • the powers of growth which accompany man from childhood to maturity,
    • are developed which step in as do the natural powers of growth in our
    • has progressed by means of the powers of growth from childhood
    • of growth. They are not simply remembered scenes of our own life which
    • growth. This happens only when he learns to speak. Then the powers of
    • abstract thought are separated from the universal powers of growth
    • his growth, and the chemical changes of his body, as in waking
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    • power of obliterating the imaginative pictures grows ever greater, and
    • borrowed; they were considered new and original. Gradually it was
    • system ideas borrowed from tradition. Formerly, philosophers tried to
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    • foundations in cosmic worlds, as growing out of the spiritual Cosmos.
    • growing organism. The spiritual organism on the other hand which man
    • growth, its mobility, but filled with spiritual beings.
    • the growth of this Universe his own are bound up. His consciousness is
    • recognition of the growth of the future earth-organism becomes
    • further away, as if he was growing out of it. What is at first a
    • with the spiritual lunar activities grows ever more intense. The human
    • the growth of the physical organism which man at first experienced
    • pre-earthly life of the soul, have brought the growth of the physical
    • organism, the increase in growth, as it were, of this organism out of
    • his own organism during its growth is the visible sign of this active
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    • Through the taking-up of the Christ-experience a Philosophy has grown
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    • degrees. The inner activity grows and the power of thinking is kindled
    • happening at the same time. A process of growth becomes something
    • We grow conscious in a part of the soul which before was unconscious,
    • organisms grow out of the spiritual world. But it can also observe the
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IX: The Destination of the Ego-Consciousness in Conjunction with the Christ-problem
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    • This strength lies in the etheric organism, which grows less and less
    • soul activity as thought-experience. An organically-growing activity
    • tendency towards death is required. The organically-growing activity
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    • to a higher level of energy will feel sorrow. In former epochs of the
    • of sorrow is connected with the development of psychic experience.
    • knowledge of life I owe to my bitter and sorrowful experiences.
    • spiritual-eternal part of the soul grows conscious of itself. Just as
    • from that of the grown-up man. The task of the true pedagogue is a
    • which during life on earth grows up in the unconscious region of the
    • of physical organism out of the cosmos grows. The divine in him brings
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    • the earth. They can only be conceived as having grown out of the whole
    • soul forces of the mineral experience joy and sorrow in the space where
    • crowning of the growth. The green plant grows and finally something
    • today we will use tomorrow in order to comprehend the structure of the
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    • thereby the crown of creation.
    • Think of the growth of
    • Tomorrow we shall study
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    • Think of an artist, or an inventor. This growing and becoming give
    • of the etheric body and of the physical birth we will speak tomorrow,
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    • as organs in a plant grow and subsequently die, so did this half-living
    • not always succeeded. It was often within narrow limits that humanity
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    • sorrowful; with every fiber of their beings they clung to the material
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    • grows ever stronger and more powerful.
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    • man has developed the impulse of brotherliness in himself, the growth of
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    • from the sorrows and joys of life, from all that surrounds us in
    • forces with what flows in the River, their passions would throw up
    • of selflessness, but simply throws it into the River, when he
    • cultivates (frohmen) his passions, the River throws up great waves.
    • wisdom. So the Ferryman throws back the wisdom which has not yet
    • passed through the stage of selflessness. He throws it back into the
    • no longer throw our wisdom into the River, but reward our passions
    • cause of pride to the self-seeking man, when he throws about him and
    • the evening, when the shadow of the great giant is thrown across the
    • to throw into the River of passions becomes invisible, like the hand
    • Here grows to event.
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    • bodies. But at the same time they throw it from them on all sides.
    • They wish to throw it to the Ferryman as payment, he says however,
    • that, the soul is thrown out into a state of disturbance. Goethe
    • throws his shadow across the River so that the wanderer can pass over
    • harmony. The Old Woman grows young, and the Old Man with the Lamp is
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    • nothing can throw the sun off its destined course. In the path of the
    • the sun makes the days grow shorter as autumn approaches, that
    • point is reached. The light increases, days grow longer and nature
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    • have felt how the days have grown shorter, which is an expression of
    • grow longer. The light of the sun celebrates its victory over
    • period that the sun gained its significance for the growth and
    • growth of plants, the life of animals was, in past ages, chaotic and a
    • teachers develop spiritual science concerning the growing child, if on
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    • I view with rapture growing and amazing.
    • throughout the course of the seasons in the forces of growth,
    • of rock out of which, symbolized in the growing stalks of grain, life
    • to arise in it. The roses that grow from the green symbolize the Eternal
    • that grows from the Temporal.
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    • physical principle of growth, merely pass from below upwards, but come
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    • doing the work of drawing forth from the earth everything that grows
    • seed, and then observe how the germ gradually grows into a new plant.
    • the seasons of the year, and the growing and the fading of the plants,
    • tomorrow, according to these perceptions of cosmic space. For what a
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    • we know only too well, has his own special sorrows, his special joys;
    • look at what we generally have in our inner being, our sorrows and
    • inspirations and which grows and thrives only within the soul itself.
    • own inner being, he grows beyond mere egoism, and a higher self, as we
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    • innermost chamber what it has within it of joy or sorrow, and truly it
    • life and share their joys and sorrows. So just as we with our normal
    • sorrows and joys of conscious beings, so does the clairvoyant learn,
    • it grows. This change, this alteration of form, this metamorphosis,
    • the growing plant-world, we see how the plant gradually gains its
    • growing animal, at the growing man, we do not merely consider a form
    • as it exists at a given moment, we see the growth of the living being.
    • growth of the living being; reflecting how the forms change, how they
    • grows upwards in this way (c.) and one which opens outwards. (d.)
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    • so that his look can tell us of the sorrows and experiences of
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    • him, Jupiter is all that lies within the orbit of Jupiter (narrow
    • narrow sloping lines for Jupiter. That which astronomy describes is
    • forces of the Spirits of Form, so does it arrest the light, and throw
    • it back; hence it appears as a reflector, as a thrower-back of the
    • say that the planets only have light borrowed from the Sun; every
    • throw it back. Hence, seen in cosmic space, they are stars which have
    • from the Sun a notch is formed and the planet throws itself against
    • that light flowing in from the Sun; arrests it and throws it back.
    • light, which is thrown back, because, when the Seraphim and Cherubim
    • and Seraphim throw themselves against them, so to speak, and insert
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    • necessary intensity. If you remember this rose tomorrow, you will have
    • condition grown out of the other? And then arises before clairvoyant
    • Thus do we gain a possibility of penetrating into the growth of the
    • in which the one will always throw light on the other. By means of
    • nothing, but which grieves one and throws one back upon oneself. It
    • circumstantially in the Nibelung Saga, in order to throw light on
    • throwing it into the Rhine; at least I cannot very well imagine a
    • with the growth of plants. Try to imagine the sprouting forth — I
    • mineral, its growth, and the self-development, — so to speak, of
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    • we have to compose the whole plant out of that which grows towards the
    • two are then united; the growth of the plant is complete when to the
    • distinguish between those Spirits who guide the growth of humanity in
    • cosmic evolution. With regard to names — whether borrowed from
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    • them in water. When a person is about to drown, the connection of the
    • the ego within himself, he must allow his sentient soul to grow into
    • of the senses, we shall now grow beyond the sense world and into the
  • Title: Three Paths: Lecture I: The Path through the Gospels and The Path of Inner Experience
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    • deeply into spiritual foundations has the task of throwing light on
    • members of man when we contemplate the growing and becoming of man.
    • the growing man and view the deeper forces of his organization. These
    • cleavage between external organization and inner experience, of sorrow
    • years of life completely disposed to imitation. Since grown people, if
    • opinions. The grown persons would have been the natural authorities
    • Let us assume that a man grows up on a lonely island. Those who have
    • Tomorrow we shall see how the path to the Christ in human evolution
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    • that an Occidental has grown up within Christianity. He will perhaps
    • such a way that they had to crowd in a great deal of what man can
    • earth; I experience joy and sorrow; I must understand that what I
    • experience as joy and sorrow does not approach me in vain, that it is
    • which now grows man's love for his destiny, for his Karma, has
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    • being first grows through the germinal state into the physical-earthly
    • or the toes. Out of speech there grows what darts forth out of the
    • described begin to grow silent: conceiving, speaking, action all grow
    • silent. But we see then that, as thinking grows silent when we fall
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    • Europe people have, after all, outgrown a custom which belonged to
    • lived through it, who, without necessarily growing old, have reached
    • is felt to grow near, in soul, to other human beings. Everyone passes
    • in your souls. You have grown up and have come to know the older
    • we shall see tomorrow, my dear friends, how the new generation has
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    • they may grow old respectably. But nobody knows how to direct things
    • how can he awaken himself? Zealous spirits among growing humanity —
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    • actually like the process of growing: productive forces were released
    • us as an urge forward. Tomorrow, we will speak of these things again.
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    • someone sitting there in the first row were to stand up and I were to
    • thinking preserved the forces of growth within itself far beyond
    • be permeated with forces of growth and with reality. For this reason
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    • feeling, especially about the growing child.
    • growing child, when looked at with this consciousness, reveals from
    • intuitions originate, how they grow out of the family, out of the
    • pedagogics of the future to the growing generation by teachers and
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    • science that has grown old and is no longer wholesome for the soul to
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    • an outer description of what was experienced by those growing-up
    • people, had they grown up only out of their own forces, might have
    • is characteristic of the generation growing up about the turn of the
    • in face of the growing scientific conceptions, yet asking with deep
    • I have to say tomorrow by the following.
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    • the super-sensible of those who are grown-up. At that time the concept
    • because he was a grown-up or because some authority had granted him a
    • on growing under the influence of the etheric force of the cosmos and
    • will crowd around the teachers who are artists, because there they
    • Tomorrow,
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    • emphasis is no longer placed on what the old become merely by growing
    • about, something happens which must occur if young people are to grow
    • into the world in a healthy way. What the human being of today grows
    • heart of the growing human being. This question takes different forms
    • growing up about the turn of the nineteenth century. Try to feel that
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    • human being who is growing into the epoch of the consciousness soul
    • been saying refers to the grown man. Before the change of teeth a
    • glutton. In the grown man the head claims all taste for itself. The
    • that must work in the school. What grows between teacher and pupil
    • can do is to see to it that the human being, as he grows up, should
    • instinctive artistic sense he will offer less hindrance to the growth
    • when as grown-up people — so grown-up that we have reached the
    • we have to care for a child hygienically so that he can grow in
    • child that would keep him a certain size so that he could not grow,
    • human being must be treated in such a way that he can grow. What
    • capable of growth, that his concepts and will-impulses are really
    • what he is given grows with him just as his arms grow with his body.
    • child must be given pictures capable of growth, pictures which become
    • pictures that are capable of growth, we stimulate in him the faculty
    • through the possibility being given us in our youth for growth in our
    • that it would quite drown their own manhood, and by a second
    • encounter their ego would be drowned still more deeply. In the case
    • to develop for you tomorrow.
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    • we should find that fully grown men actually confronted one another
    • as today only the child confronts grownups, with comprehension of the
    • expression on a countenance, or of the way young people grow in five
    • growth of the hair. People today are prone to believe that the hair
    • grows out of the head simply by being pushed from inside, whereas the
    • growth and configuration of plants, the growth and configuration of
    • theorizing. One grows into education by getting older and meeting
    • younger human beings. And only when one has grown older and has met
    • famous Knigge, who also gave directions as to how grownup people
    • some truth in this — once we have grown up we have actually
    • should have forces of growth within us. What we have in us as a child
    • Thus in the lecture tomorrow I will attempt to bring these talks to
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    • itself to the true educator as coming forth from the young, growing
    • we recognize as spiritual needs vessels. These vessels are growing
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    • fact that the human being has, in a certain way, outgrown as far as
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture II: The Michael revelation.
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    • adaptation connected with conditions of inner growth, the human being
    • growth. For if such a life process took place there, we would fall into
    • there may be compared with the processes of organic growth. This is
    • happens in the brain; it then does not perceive a growth process but a
    • which has grown out of the sphere of existence in which those powers
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    • with narrow abstractions and philosophical world conceptions, but I
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    • shall develop in detail tomorrow and the day after tomorrow. It will
    • world into which you have grown through birth is new. But through your
    • observation that the sun will rise again tomorrow; we only can
    • is will also rise tomorrow. This is the way with all truths which we
    • such a way that human beings grow and develop until, beginning with
    • he borrows the various communications from the Gospels. In the way he
    • constitution. Then we shall be able to continue tomorrow in the right
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    • ordered growth in the single human individual, so is there ordered
    • growth in the evolution of the whole human race. And since the present
    • permeation of human willing. And what do they want? They burrow, as it
    • tomorrow): of the appearance of certain Ahrimanic beings, which we
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    • our next lecture which will throw light upon important factors of the
    • they pass him by quickly and the tumult of waking life drowns them
    • know this, but if one observes the grief, the sorrow in the soul of a
    • different from the grief and sorrow which may be observed if an older
    • a pain of compassion; it is in reality the pain or sorrow of the child
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    • She ran until she came to a bridge where she tried to throw
    • have already outgrown bare materialism, in that they speak of
    • introverted type. It growls like demons.
    • seriously and say simply that when a man grows up and may
    • anthroposophical orientation, and throw light upon it from a
    • suggest it; tomorrow we shall consider such problems more
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    • of our examination in order to throw light upon one aspect or
    • affirms that he has studied a whole row of my books, I
    • compose this “whole row.” He had read — and
    • sketch them, this narrow middle section (see drawing) is the
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    • and the day after tomorrow I propose to discuss a few of
    • environment had affected him, what was called forth of sorrow
    • unknown to its possessor, there is a growing desire to be this
    • on, leads to growth (is creative,) and that which arises from
    • sunlight. A vain person cannot thrive. He will grow up with
    • are possible only to the narrow-minded standpoint of the
    • (that again would be a narrow-minded interpretation of the
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    • itself, no power over the blooming, growth and fading of the
    • descend — we grow within ourselves, create new life
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    • forth, and what is thus thrown back constitutes our memories.
    • the heart. For what is thrown back from the heart are the pangs
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    • rights. (The East in the Light of the West, cloth, crown 8vo,
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    • growth of form, in enlarging the forms. The forms are made definite
    • world grows, our knowledge of man grows, if we follow the greatest
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    • had a kind of clairvoyance; he had the possibility of growing with his
    • power of growing into the spiritual world through itself. Formerly,
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    • to-morrow, and the day after, I will therefore bring forward
    • Birth, — of Arising, Sprouting, Growing; — all
    • spiritualised, can be filled with Sprouting, Growing life.
    • reach a concept of the world able to throw light on human
    • connected with all the Sprouting, Growing and `being born' on
    • those things which Sprout and Grow are enchanted out of the
    • which we shall Speak further tomorrow, can one find a real
    • appear which are still also possible. I just want to throw a
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    • solve these oppositions in to-morrows conditions, I want to put
    • of this we shall speak further to-morrow.
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    • cross the sea. Helle fell off and was drowned in the Hellespont, but
    • brother with her, had slain him and had thrown his dismembered body
    • man, the cunning man, and Troy was overthrown through his ability. The
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    • throwing in her lot with these Atlantean elements and succeeds in
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    • and Achilles. And what is it that is overthrown? A priest-king state.
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    • third member of man. It is the bearer of joy and sorrow and a man's
    • and thus does not experience joy and sorrow as do man and animal. If,
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    • growth and dying off than is the case today. It lost certain parts,
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    • times. Up to a short time ago it was only in those narrow circles,
    • They have been guarded in narrow circles which were the continuation
    • when some of the contents of primeval wisdom, treasured in narrow
    • universe. Outside where the physical eye was growing always sharper,
    • humanity was growing more and more physical, saw only the physical
    • Gita, where a sentence throws a very significant light on the
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    • within it is something spiritual. When this warmth grows so strong
    • free by the growing moon.’ When the man dies, these released
    • spirit must now grow stronger. This man lives through winter until
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    • the following lectures will throw light on many points. One thing
    • One might say: ‘Just as a child grows up to manhood and has
    • many different experiences so did the Spirits of Personality grow up
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    • grows more and more out of this helplessness, and at last itself
    • grow into a Being who will be able to give, cosmically. This Being
    • grows gradually in cosmic, universal giving; from taking he grows to
    • narrowing, inferior existence. Life in the light-ether pleased them
    • circle or Zodiac, and we shall continue this study to-morrow; we
    • universal bodies, and have more and more light thrown upon their
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    • Earth, separated from the Sun, and who have been thrown out of the
    • will have grown not only as far as the Sun, but even higher than the
    • included in such a system, has at first to throw off its planets,
    • being too weak to develop further without excluding them. It grows
    • strong, absorbs its planets again, and grows into a Vulcan. Then the
    • any of this ancient Saturn came into Being, the plan of it had grown
    • formed in a small way, by taking a vessel full of water, throwing in
    • old Sun. We shall see that our Sun has grown into something
    • took place. A part of the dense substance was now thrown out, and two
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    • might find his tempo for his own development. A world system grows
    • the grown-up person. The latter teaches the small child. It is the
    • grown-up man does not study the A.B.C. for his own progress, but so
    • limited to narrow human personalities, but who with their mighty
    • to-morrow we shall have to consider the nature of the sons of Mercury
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    • the Angels have. From this point of time, with the growth of the Ego
    • two-fold nature, as if behind the physical man, growing out of
    • as physical men, represent merely Maya. To-morrow we shall begin by
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    • unity of the whole will first be revealed in the crown. With each
    • that which in a narrower sense is now called Saturn, (for it stands
    • circumference. Because it has shrunk it has grown denser; inside the
    • has now grown clearer. But one thing must yet be recalled to your
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    • the constellation of the Scorpion. They crowded on top of one
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    • itself. We see that, in fact, a planet grows always smaller in the
    • word — ‘adversely-commanded’ Mights were thrown
    • were throwing hindering influence down into the Moon-evolution. But
    • themselves. They could not have grown wicked of themselves, nor
    • was called to grow into man on earth.
    • the necessary way. And because of this, man will again grow stronger
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    • What must, will come; and nothing prevents us from throwing our best
    • heaven to earth a precious stone fell from his crown. This precious
    • principle. Out of the stone, which fell from Lucifer's crown,
    • stone fallen from Lucifer's crown, that is to say through
    • throws its light on what only seems to be night and changes it into
    • evolution till the precious stone fell out of Lucifer's crown, but
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    • in the outer world in the way of joy and sorrow, of pleasure and
    • grown strong enough in our inner being, we may gradually experience
    • grown into one with it, not as if consisting of one piece with it.
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    • most comprehensive laws is that of growth and decay, of coming into
    • kingdom be observed over long periods of time, the law of growth and
    • rhythm of growth and decay is the pre-dominant characteristic of the
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    • other than those whose projections or shadow images are thrown into
    • only possible to throw light on antiquity by starting from the
    • this example I have tried to show what it means to throw light upon
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    • hair, and the eyes are narrow and unlike the eyes of the northern
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    • descended to the earth, will be understood with ever growing intimacy
    • ill will or ignorance may throw calumny on what has been here said;
    • tradition, and that the light from Lucifer's kingdom must be thrown
    • human soul, became the planetary spirit of the earth, growing more
    • him from Lucifer's kingdom. Men would be drowned in the sea of
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    • the Christ, and by letting Him grow more and more into our soul
    • have given the example of a plant, which grows but cannot develop its
    • more closely connected with the outer world. Man had his sorrows and
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    • are not always in accord; light must be thrown upon a certain fact
    • colour, or scent, or taste. Today they have grown fainter and more
    • astral body. Impressions had all grown fainter; they were not so
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    • borrowed from the East, as the totality of the Bodhisattvas. The
    • order that understanding and wisdom should again grow greater and
    • acquainted with pain and sorrow or with the misfortunes of life. He
    • Him will grow more and more complete. The Middle Ages certainly
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • anthropology has thrown everything pertaining to the human senses
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    • narrower sense.] sense. To the functioning of
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    • melody, so to crowd the single tones in time as to perceive them
    • if we crowd a melody into a harmony, we have not only the separate
    • notes of the melody crowded into simultaneity, but the harmonics of
    • should be designated as the sentient body in the narrower sense.
    • Higher up lies what in the narrower meaning we can call our senses.
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    • great healer of the ills caused in our souls by sorrow and suffering.
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    • tomorrow. This time we are dealing with a poem by one whom we may
    • From whose clear brows fulfillment radiates.
    • In hopes to master her, they burrow after words
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    • Next we ask how it is possible to throw light upon this
    • experienced as joy or sorrow in your youth, and compare it with
    • meet it. A powerful light will be thrown upon your soul life if you
    • the direction indicated by the arrow in the diagram, but were then to
    • change its course within the body to that shown by the other arrow,
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    • experience suffering and happiness, joy and sorrow. So unless you
    • example. Now, red roses don't grow on a black cross; looked at from
    • health-giving, developing effect only when it grows out of a frame of
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    • characterized them as inner stirrings growing only out of the soil of
    • that crowds into us through outer perception with power over such a
    • to resemble the crowing of a rooster. Finally it sounded actually
    • like a cock crowing, and the outspread arms seemed to her like wings.
    • rooster crowed. This crowing of the rooster had produced the whole
    • into the cock-crow. That might have been the conception. You see, it
    • elsewhere, but her entire consciousness was filled by the cock-crow.
    • must penetrate some form of emotion — a sorrow or joy, a
    • science itself can give, but I had to do this in order that tomorrow
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    • have to make an effort to prevent a certain condition from growing
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    • the Nature-forces. The days grow shorter and shorter up to the time
    • it now has in the process of man's growth and life upon the Earth and
    • regularity manifested in the growth of plants and in the life of
    • teacher brings spiritual knowledge to the growing child, when in the
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    • I'll watch with growing rapture, 'mid the boulders
    • in this decreasing there grows the power of the coming spiritual
    • growth, of propagation and so forth, ceases when we come to man. For
    • has grown out of the three grains of seed of the Tree of Paradise.
    • in it. The Roses, growing out of the green, are a symbol of the
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    • available. But since that century some light has been thrown on the
    • Exoterically, the date itself throws some light; esoterically, the
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    • lived, as the crown of humanity, in a personality like Caesar
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    • before the eyes of an age destined to grow into materialism. Therefore
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • is necessary for us to grow accustomed to speak in such a way on these
    • given an impulse for progress. In a certain sense what man was to grow
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    • Anthroposophists in the widest sense, subjects intended to throw light
    • of the living-room. We throw one ball into one of the vessels; and the
    • it, we throw it into the other vessel. The water in that gets
    • warm. — Why has the water in the second vessel grown warm and not
    • thrown into the vessel; and having itself been made hot it brings
    • change, will like his calling, — that his interest in it grows
    • with his own growth, as one might say. After a while, however,
    • reason that we have not yet grown up to the level of being able
    • understanding has not yet grown up to, but to which we can look
    • work out karmically by making the grown man or woman a hard, dry
    • will to-day confine myself to throwing light on one important
    • our organism, yet it has, none the less, grown stronger. We desired to
    • they have caused it to grow particularly strong now. Thus we see the
    • and of which we know that it will make them grow stronger and
    • warrior will grow up within him, a warrior who will defend him against
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    • In each of the Gospels light is thrown on the great Mystery of
    • necessary. Light shall be thrown to-day from one particular side on
    • had grown fond of. Everything in evolution would have taken on a
    • was more like a memory. It might be compared with the way a grown man
    • brought under the power of the spiritual and he grows indifferent to
    • sorrows of others and a sharing in their joy. One who takes in the
    • Christ-Impulse grows to feel what others feel, not only what he feels
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    • condition had, in the course of thousands of years, grown worse and
    • Formerly, when man was placed amidst the sorrows and sufferings of
    • for the sorrows and sufferings of earth. Christ Jesus had to proclaim
    • being. ‘Blessed (God-filled) are they who do not banish sorrow by
    • recommend that sorrow should be endured, but that it should be thrown
    • Christ Jesus, Buddha described sorrow and suffering on earth as the
    • proclaimed that sorrow must not be done away with in that way, but
    • must grow up as regards their capacities so that a great number, and
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    • was any question in a narrow sense of explaining the Gospels, but
    • understood, light can be thrown in different ways upon other riddles
    • We have often thrown light on the Lemurian Epoch, which experienced,
    • man is a student of Spiritual Science he will of necessity grow to
    • forces during Kali-Yuga, will be thrown open to a great part of
    • Eastern writings speak with deep sorrow of that land, asking:
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    • point to throw light on that of St. Matthew. It must be left for the
    • feeling of the ‘ I ’ too early and had as it were grown up
    • by means of which man could grow in the East, desiring to preserve for
    • has grown into man's conscience. This accounts for the wonderful
    • Therefore it throws its first rays like a rosy dawn, towards Greece
    • humanity. We have now mentioned everything that can throw light upon
    • state of transition. We shall see that light can be thrown upon it
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    • renewed when it had, so to speak, grown old; but in the course of time
    • tree of human development, which will grow green when humanity has
    • This does not merely come from the limitations of a narrow soul, but
    • of our narrow humanity, and show us how, in our little every-day work,
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    • that we grow young. In fact, as far as his spirit-being is concerned,
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    • Having passed through the gate of death he grows stage by stage out
    • he grows into the sphere formed by the orbit of Venus. Then as his
    • These findings of occult investigation throw remarkable light on an
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    • Fundamentally, this must also be the way with the growth of our
    • After the life in kamaloca we grow further out into space. This will
    • for us. Increasingly what we hear spiritually grows meaningful. The
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    • death we expand into the infinite spaces, growing ever larger. When
    • Thus we grow farther out into cosmic space, into the whole planetary
    • forces we have imbibed on earth in order to grow into the right or
    • substance has accepted an impulse that did not grow out of its own
    • above us and what we bear as moral law within us. For as we grow out
    • to achieve that the human being shall be in a position to grow out
    • several religions to one another. We must grow beyond a narrowly
    • tomorrow.
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    • existence is then not only determined by the sorrow and also the joy
    • might feel that had he sailed he surely would have been drowned! That
    • sphere. People do not find it easy to throw bridges from one
    • We grow into the divine-spiritual world, and as we do so we must hold
    • We then grow into the other spheres beyond the Sun. We become ever
    • vast expanse of the Starry heavens. We grow into the great cosmic
    • realm up to a certain boundary, and as we grow outward cosmic forces
    • Venus, Sun, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. We have then grown into cosmic
    • When we grasp this, spiritual science grows into a mighty prayer. For
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    • the influences from the moon there would be no plant growth either,
    • determine the width of the plant. A plant that grows tall and thin is
    • the growth of plants. The ego works into the physical and etheric
    • bodies as the sun influences plant growth. Similarly, the astral body
    • growth-forces wane as man awakens. Inasmuch we are plant-like, we die
    • every morning. This throws considerable light on the interplay
    • but the human soul will grow into the spiritual world. At the end of
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    • to speak to his fellow men about spiritual wisdom. He sees the sorrow
    • of being.” This feeling grows as one occupies oneself with
    • growing sense of devotion towards what is hidden. As this feeling
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    • narrow-mindedness in relation to what is imparted to humanity by
    • who reject fanatically, in a narrow-minded way, anything that is
    • predisposed in his thoughts and feelings as to be narrow-minded. He
    • in our environment who display a narrow-mindedness, who are incapable
    • is unnatural. For if one allows children to grow up without injecting
    • Karmic connections are indeed complex but light is thrown on them by
    • influences such as growth and blossoming forces bring healthy
    • super-sensible into the sense-perceptible world. All growth and
    • healthful forces, powers of growth and healing, from the
    • There are people who inwardly growl at every action they have to
    • and rebirth throws a special light on this thought. Everything we are
    • their existence. In spite of the sorrow that fills us when we
    • one experiences sorrow it is best never to resort in one's
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    • from, growing away from, his last earthly life, and during the first
    • of the earth. Eventually he grows beyond this sphere. This process
    • grows, in a spiritual sense, to gigantic dimensions. He grows out
    • natural inclination towards the spiritual. A human being may grow up
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    • the earth. Then he has to grow into and become a citizen of the
    • the orbit of the moon. Then one grows out to the orbit of Mercury in
    • grows out into the vast celestial spaces. But the spatial
    • the orbit of Saturn and beyond. As one grows in this way one gathers
    • between birth and death we dwell within the narrow confines of our
    • spheres. Such spiritual knowledge throws significant light on
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    • feeling that can alleviate the sorrow that is experienced when a
    • perhaps certain Christian confessions are narrow-minded.
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    • borrowed from everyday language since the language we know is adapted
    • leaves the physical and etheric bodies grows ever larger, and a time
    • of the Moon. The soul-spirit gradually grows right up to the Mercury
    • outside. The opposite is the case after death. Then man grows to a
    • After death we grow into that of which the physical part has been
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • the worthy Mauthner to throw doubt on the need for logic. “Thinking”,
    • were growing.” But such is the logic one finds in a man who
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • go so far as to throw a veil over all clear thinking. We must pay
    • Tomorrow we will start from the points of view we have gained in this
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • therefore I call violets only flowers that grow in Austria and have a
    • One thus grows together with matter in one's experience; one
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • face is outside the mirror; the mirror only reflects the face, throws
    • fact, works only as a reflecting apparatus, whereby it throws back
    • up by ourselves. For one might say it is a narrowly limited activity
    • little furrows in the brain, or, one might say, its memoranda and
    • terrible overweening narrow-mindedness, and wants to be “universal”.
    • which could throw endless light on much other physiological knowledge
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • the worthy Mauthner to throw doubt on the need for logic. “Thinking”,
    • were growing.” But such is the logic one finds in a man who
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • go so far as to throw a veil over all clear thinking. We must pay
    • Tomorrow we will start from the points of view we have gained in this
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • therefore I call violets only flowers that grow in Austria and have a
    • One thus grows together with matter in one's experience; one
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • face is outside the mirror; the mirror only reflects the face, throws
    • fact, works only as a reflecting apparatus, whereby it throws back
    • up by ourselves. For one might say it is a narrowly limited activity
    • little furrows in the brain, or, one might say, its memoranda and
    • terrible overweening narrow-mindedness, and wants to be “universal”.
    • which could throw endless light on much other physiological knowledge
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    • phrase which shows how a glimmering arises that the pain and sorrow
    • that out of suffering grows knowledge. Here are two things brought
    • dark view of sorrow, a bright light-filled one dawns. When we look
    • sees Spirit only as a crowning of perceptible creation, above all as
    • to oneself, is the crown of human nature, which man has in common
    • To throw off old
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    • was preserved in narrow circles to which entry was vouchsafed only
    • From the development of man in the future we see how men have grown
    • which were not capable of evolution. Love grows out of the loveless
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    • and pain, joy and sorrow. We then find how life evolves, something
    • and pain. It is only man who has the ego and this makes him the crown
    • other hand all the organs connected with growth, propagation,
    • growth, however, being an affair of the etheric principle. The astral
    • it as bearer of growth the etheric or life body.
    • hard organs, whereby the etheric body, the principle of growth,
    • the principle of growth is thus concentrated in puberty. Then the
    • forces strong to transform his astral body; another will soon grow
    • way we learn to know the nature of illness, which throws still more
    • doctor throws his whole personality into the process. There are
    • healing forces; he grows strong, and so strengthens others to resist
    • injuriously only on those natures who have grown weak through
    • life outside by so enhancing it that life's sorrows are transformed
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    • everlasting truth. People hadn't however grown fond of the
    • tomorrow.
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    • the certainty that, when the time comes, be it to-morrow, or the day
    • narrow and on the other much too comprehensive. If we wish to conceive
    • if we have a bow, and we bend it and shoot off an arrow with it, there
    • speak of the effect of the shot arrow in connection with its cause as
    • recollection of life, and we shall return to it again as it will throw
    • blame me I must bear it; here I throw the dice and I write this book.
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    • not grown in accordance with the positive ideas and facts which are
    • of means its growth and development, and heal the injury. Notice for
    • instance how, if you cut a plant, it tries to grow round the injured
    • development and growth of the plant, but also there is a
    • organs quickly grow again, and the animal soon looks as it did before.
    • time the stump grows larger, and if the animal were to cast its shell
    • etheric body is that of activity, of generation and growth. It
    • encourages growth up to a certain point. When we cut off a part, the
    • which is measured only by days, the etheric body is thrown aside as a
    • may throw its very significant shadow or light on the later life. Here
    • discovers the impressions received during childhood which throw their
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    • conveyed in the well-known saying: — ‘When the cock crows on
    • Much light could be thrown by Spiritual Science on the suitability of
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    • as neurosis, neurasthenia, and so forth. A light is thrown even upon
    • throw some light on the word ‘chance.’
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    • especially the psychic experiences of joy and sorrow, happiness and
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    • or Jahveh, when He said: ‘In sorrow thou shalt bring forth
    • the passage: ‘In sorrow thou shalt bring forth children,’ we
    • forces of the earth itself. When the volcano throws out its lava,
    • Steiner, pub. Harper & Row, New York 1981
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    • similar, for this would be taking a very narrow view of karma. There
    • are currents of thought even in our movement that take a really narrow
    • a ‘growing body’. To be living in a body that has developed
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • karmic connection will be essential if we are to throw light upon the
    • hair cut shorter, which will then slowly grow again. The group soul of
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    • been said, if we follow up what has been broached and had light thrown
    • Now I will begin by saying that in order to throw any important light
    • fall into the narrow-minded error of denying that in such cases there
    • form of condensed light,’ then a spiritual light will be thrown
    • of an unstable equilibrium throws light even on the most complex
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Individual and Human Karma. Karma of the Higher Beings.
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    • elements from outside and it borrowed these from the Eastern
    • people, not by a people already grown old. The Indians had first to be
    • constantly strive to yield to no illusion, then that strength grows
    • throw light upon these questions how far inclinations and emotions,
    • and growing more and more into the spiritual world. By so doing he
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    • forms from which grow the destinies of the cosmic beings. One
    • although he shows himself in borrowed clothes
    • from whom today he borrows to excess.
    • saying here while he prowls around. He meets us in his more serious
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    • this right relationship to growth and decay, the human being has the
    • the physical thinking from its brain-bound foundation, he throws
    • against a wall and thrown back from it, flying against another wall,
    • thrown back again, flying back and forth like this in turbulent
    • happens. It is not pleasant to be thrown back and forth like a rubber
    • this being thrown back and forth; it dulls its consciousness so that
    • being thrown back and forth. Lucifer can then come all the closer,
    • of Lucifer. And when he notices how he is thrown hither and thither,
    • watched in the borderland between the two worlds. Tomorrow we will go
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    • it would be thrown back again into the sense world. The elemental
    • either to the darkening of his field of vision or to his being thrown
    • thought-life thrown into the physical sense world through the
    • spiritual knowledge throws new light on the true nature of thinking.
    • willing. The will must grow stronger, for in the elemental world
    • world, which grows and develops so that it can maintain the self out
    • say that everything in that world, when we grow accustomed to it,
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    • he met first his good friend Felix, whom he had gradually grown fond
    • all kinds of blackish, brownish, steel-grey figures. Whereas it was a
    • developed, you will find that language has already lost what grows
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    • human soul itself, as it grows into life in the spiritual worlds, has
    • words, of course, that are limited because they have to be borrowed
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    • world as his environment. (I have promised for tomorrow to clarify
    • growing as a living thought-being itself.
    • a great many things can be observed in the process of growing into
    • growth period is needed. But words are not what matter here; we see
    • extremely elegiac or tragic mood. We behold our outgrown youth and
    • existence off by itself. The remarkable thing about growing up into
    • Now I explained to you that as a man grows into the
    • growth is then such that what you have thus carried into realms of
    • conversation with the surrounding spirit world. You grow as you
    • tomorrow's lecture. You should mull it over. We will continue
    • tomorrow, linking up with what I have said today in regard to the
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    • Guardian but has been thrown back because of his nibbling at the
    • for the sharing of joys and sorrows.
    • loosening on every side, a growing larger and larger until the astral
    • forth, becoming less and less distinct, of course, as it grows
    • world. The harrowing and significant impression that someone can have
    • reality and truth of the spiritual life grow ever stronger through
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    • [Growth, Decay, Reincarnation]
    • this growth and decay: even the continents on which our civilisations
    • Thus we see around us growth and decay; we can trace it in the plant
    • annual growth and decay in physical nature, the life, growth and
    • in reality a tree or a garden in which plants are growing.
    • ourselves, we have something which throws light on the meaning of
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    • see growth and decay. Yesterday we drew attention to the fact that
    • this growth and decay affect our souls mysteriously when we ask
    • growth of things something that is highly remarkable, which if only
    • physical world around him grows dim. In the place of this physical
    • that all the grains of corn which grow there were really to reach
    • soul, makes man restless, throws him into doubt, draws him hither and
    • seen how few develop into full-grown fish. In those which develop
    • into full-grown fish small flames may be observed, but those which do
    • means the case that we have to imagine this as a work within narrow
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    • scientific observation that clarification, can also be thrown upon the
    • post-Atlantean age. An understanding of them can throw a flood of
    • remained, petrified in the word and grown strong and stubborn in
    • brought over from ancient Greece. We shall see tomorrow what it really
    • in Romanism. It is a plant that grows entirely on political-legal
    • So this political-legal element grows in our thought of man. People
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    • He detects the beginning of forces that must grow continually stronger
    • themselves be taken hold of by these inner forces, which are to grow
    • as it were — the luciferic and ahrimanic powers throw the whole
    • might be brought to grow closer to the earth, to grow more and more
    • slowly. We shall have more to say about this tomorrow. Here, as
    • of this landscape and its inhabitants; to explain how he grows up and
    • Christ. Tomorrow we shall see how they take their place among the
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    • would have been thrown into terrible darkness, with the result that
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    • and weaves in the growth of humanity. The special method of applying
    • behind the sensory life recognize that since that time it is a growing
    • nevertheless throw light on many impulses that are being enacted in
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    • overthrown by physical deeds.
    • who have grown up in the tender culture of modern times, and do not
    • of which you will be able to learn something tomorrow at the
    • As far as is possible, we shall speak of these things again tomorrow.
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    • historical growth of mankind. We have seen how what is to be carried
    • France they were suddenly attacked and thrown into prison. During
    • style so that he is complete master of it; at the same time he grows
    • They see alone the victory and the crown,
    • They see alone the victory and the crown,
    • Flowers of all species lift their growth above it,
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    • joy or sorrow; they derive their inner experiences from the impulses
    • growth of things, but instead registers what happens externally and,
    • an apparently orthodox recognition of it, and a soul that has grown
    • electricity appearing, with all that grows out of it; we have the
    • calmly wait. The grain will certainly grow again by itself.” Such
    • then it will be easier to understand our sorrowful present and also to
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    • the super-sensible can throw light upon all that is so chaotic, so
    • came together and borrowed the Wisdom from the conquered and enslaved
    • the bull, which has to fertilize the herd of cows, crowned with
    • Spiritual concerns were borrowed from the East. In Central Europe,
    • theatre in Berlin, in the middle of the front row, above, and William
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    • to throw himself into something new, etc.” This paves the way for
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    • the present world-situation? Is it not time for this drowsiness to
    • significantly to the mark of the present day — this drowsiness
    • manifestations from out of man's inner being as the individual grows
    • in the growing human being. But in this domain our feelings are to be
    • no defection, but that we were thrown out because it was impossible to
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    • two things: that our natural scientific thoughts — borrowed from
    • clairvoyance, again to borrow a term from scientific usage; that is to
    • the life element, in the blossom and growth of youthful forces, and in
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    • that out of which it all had grown in pre-human times. For
    • spiritual world — could be regarded as the crowning impulse
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    • nowadays we merely grow into the use of our forces of mind and memory,
    • in any anthroposophical undertakings; but rather, whatever may grow
    • One who simply grows up into our modern civilization observes the
    • world. And when we see the lily in the field, growing from the seed to
    • that many lilies grow unseen by human eye: yes, but then the
    • merely grown half a year older by fall than they were in the spring:
    • growing older; they will sense the transformation of nature as part of
    • their own destiny: they will coalesce with all that grows there, will
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    • grown dim and shadowy. While in former periods of human evolution
    • borrowed from the sense world; but as the ego and the astral body
    • deal as though through inner growth — so the primordial teachers
    • was an organic force in man, related to growth, and other forces. It
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    • as borne in from outside. Our brow, the upper part of our head is
    • grown out from within man, and the upper portion of the head as
    • his brow or pull a tragic face. Another man may look at us in a
    • experienced of sorrow, pain or joy in his life, that too is
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    • about seven years all the material substance is thrown off; it falls
    • his material part he gradually throws off. After seven or eight years
    • from the change of teeth onwards does the child grow in such a way
    • such that the child grows in an inward direction, and he then carries
    • also find the world of the Angels, Archangels and Archai, and grow
    • — how man during sleep grows into the third Hierarchy; but this
    • can grow in this way with his thought and will into the inner being
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    • the depths of the mineral kingdom. He is then able to grow together
    • of the earth so do we grow together with everything which the earth
    • have inwardly grown up with their calling show something of what we
    • suffer unconsciousness through continual sprouting, budding, growing.
    • of growth man becomes powerless.
    • as the temperature grows higher; the lead becomes hotter and hotter.
    • something is being thrown off that does not go beyond a certain
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    • (sea-weed) or even like a palm. But it shoots up. It does not grow
    • cosmos, become dense and then dissolve away, something which grows
    • time when the environment of our earth grows green. But he would have
    • something thrown off from that which is human. Man puts this out of
    • disappearing, growing green and then fading away; soft animal-like
    • to which we look up something which grows green and fades away again.
    • plants growing on the earth today with firm roots and solid leaves;
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    • the being of Summer was either sorrowful or joyful, but withal with
    • me. Out of my inner Being like the pictures of Phantasy grow
    • Imaginations, there grows out of my own inner being that which I then
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    • Child, a cosmic Child, Who must first grow up in the Cosmos. Those
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    • the mountains, we can tread on the rocks, we can even throw stones,
    • poured out, three words of which we shall speak further to-morrow
    • reddish-brown material which has the shining appearance of copper, at
    • that the seed simply grows out of the earth, so little at that time
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    • adequately until tomorrow.
    • civilization, when we grow up equipped with the kind of
    • soul, but is nonetheless believed to be there, is thrown into
    • Tomorrow I will
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    • digestion in the narrower sense, I would pass on to discussion
    • his totality, and the tiny point represented by the cell grows
    • followed. Take the annual plant that grows out of the earth in
    • surface. And the consequence is that the plant, growing out of
    • the earth in its yearly cycle, is impelled to grow, first and
    • is growing. We must rather take our start from the root, and so
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    • nerve-sense organization for the growth of the human being.
    • development, in human growth, two force components are at work:
    • point reached by growth in general (in so far as this is
    • principle of growth that is derived from the preceding year or
    • years, and those principles of growth that stem from the
    • warmth.(I shall speak of these things tomorrow when we come to
    • the carcinomatous growth) will generate a mantle of warmth, but
    • Tomorrow I will
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    • very principle of growth shows tendencies to elongation.
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    • tomorrow, but if that turns out to be the case I will try in the course of the
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    • force our growth force, our force of movement, our force of balance,
    • human development, this organizing force, this growth force, must be
    • back the growth activity, is what actually organizes us inwardly. The
    • occurring consciously we do not have to do with any kind of growth
    • hold of us more and more as we grow into earthly life, to break us
    • tomorrow the fruitful therapeutic consequences that can be arrived at
    • guidelines in relation to the therapeutic aspect tomorrow. What we
    • spiritualists among the proletariat, they did not grow out of their
    • will speak about infection tomorrow — with the aristocratic-bourgeois
    • spiritual materially, then we see this growing out of the original,
    • spiritual. After this divergence, we will continue tomorrow with our
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    • mental images, this activity is not bound up with growth and
    • processes, and the upbuilding processes, the growth or proliferative
    • metabolic system. A scale that is not balanced properly is thrown out
    • obtain a living view of everything involved in plant growth: when
    • direction in the root; the plant begins to grow, then grows upward,
    • scientific way if the still-brownish young birch leaves are studied in
    • that we see sent upward in plant growth work in a downward direction
    • for an understanding to grow of what the physician has to undertake
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    • organism itself. It follows the same direction as the growth in the
    • human being. It incorporates itself into this direction of growth in
    • opposite to that of plant growth. If we are able to discern the right
    • function in the growing plant, then under certain circumstances we can
    • grows, it reproduces, and therefore it has an etheric body. For
    • astral body, and also no ego-activity. Nevertheless it grows toward
    • plant, seeing how it grows in the opposite direction to which the
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    • feel able to speak to you adequately until to-morrow.
    • Anthroposophy can throw light into the realm of medicine. I shall
    • less believed to be there, is thrown into the reservoir of the
    • To-morrow
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    • canal concerned with digestion in the narrower sense, I should pass
    • grows out, as it were, into the whole being of man.
    • followed. Take the annual plant which grows out of the earth in
    • surface. And the consequence is that the plant, growing out of the
    • earth in its yearly cycle, is impelled to grow, first and foremost,
    • grows. We must take our start from the root, and so from the dynamic
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    • breath. In the grown-up person, this relationship is approximately in
    • the work done by the nervous and sensory activities for the growth of
    • development, in his growth, two sets of forces are at work:
    • developed to the point reached by growth in general (in so far as
    • I mean, the contrast between the principle of growth which is derived
    • those principles of growth which come from the immediate present. Let
    • to what is normal in the region of the ear. Then there will grow at
    • it in the briefest outline. For instance, this something may grow in
    • then, you bear in mind that the origin of a morbid growth is a
    • to-morrow when we come to consider therapy). The point is to succeed
    • around the carcinomatous growth — will generate a mantle of
    • To-morrow
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    • cure a hedgehog but not a human being, whose very principle of growth
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    • which has been growing steadily for more than half a century.
    • from his own narrow, often personal standpoint as is so frequently
    • national, or political, economy has grown to the status of a science.
    • called away from their old handiwork and placed at a machine, crowded
    • in which they are crowded together with their fellows, these,
    • how to bring intellectual and spiritual life into the growing
    • War of Secession in the sixties of last century, Woodrow Wilson
    • have grown in consequence of the complication of modern economic
    • used his eloquence on the side of freedom in face of the growth of
    • progress, but has lingered behind at an earlier stage. Woodrow Wilson
    • the words, or nearly so, spoken by Woodrow Wilson himself. In earnest
    • pains to examine Woodrow Wilson's criticism of modern social
    • both as to the outer form and the inner impulses to compare Woodrow
    • men, it may be said that Woodrow Wilson's criticism of the present
    • expression to the paradox: Woodrow Wilson, who certainly imagined a
    • and to test what Woodrow Wilson has produced in order to construct a
    • economic organization is compared, as I have described it, by Woodrow
    • Wilson to a man who has outgrown his clothes, so that his limbs
    • protrude on all sides. These outgrown garments represent to Woodrow
    • body has long since outgrown. The growth of the economic organization
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    • Commonwealth has grown out of perceptions which have ripened in
    • in the conditions of human life have grown so complicated that it is
    • democratically by every grown-up person, but only by someone who is
    • grow out of very different causes. If we want to know their origin,
    • especially to-morrow to go into this matter in detail.
    • which we shall speak tomorrow, in which every adult human being has a
    • economic system must grow out of the conditions proper to itself.
    • community, instead of a parasitical growth upon it, capital must be
    • unfortunately blind faith has grown too strong in modern times, a
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    • Woodrow Wilson himself amounted to nothing more or less than the
    • pace.’ In these sentiments Woodrow Wilson has undoubtedly
    • grow out of the conscious life of men themselves. People have
    • us that one of the chief obstacles is a dogma which has grown up in
    • speak of the equity state; the day after tomorrow I will speak of the
    • of the earth, has been growing out of the depths of human nature.
    • has grown out of the depths of human nature. The demand of modern
    • of justice grow beyond and above the limits of democracy. (See:
    • continuously in a social manner by men who have grown social in
    • dreams of justice growing out of the economic system; we must
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    • like an abscess, like a social disease, a kind of cancerous growth,
    • grown more and more common that, in contemplating a work of art. we
    • impulses toward naturalistic art? Art such as this can never grow out
    • of life, as a flower grows from its roots; it will be a luxury
    • latter, I might give Woodrow Wilson's idea of freedom; an
    • has. of course, grown out of European philosophical
    • Woodrow Wilson's. But this would be no real freedom; it would be only
    • how to value such a book. But suppose the child to have grown ten or
    • to throw light on the nature of matter, as I have shown in the
    • worlds, grown out of very different conditions of the human soul.
    • which must be communicated to the growing child; but they can only be
    • understanding of the growing human being, when he is able to see the
    • inner growth of the child as it changes with every succeeding year;
    • education is carried on in accordance with nature, can the child grow
    • system of pedagogy which, if followed, may truly grow into an art; by
    • by eurythmy, allows much to degenerate in the growing human being Out
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    • system, the whole social organism will be thrown into disorder. The
    • and turned it away from real life, has gradually grown into a mere
    • something with which they are in agreement, with which they can grow
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    • understanding acts differently from one whose interests are narrow,
    • the growth of the individual human being who is of the same blood as
    • his tribe, or is bound by other ties to his people. Nationalism grows
    • with the man. It grows into him as a certain bodily growth. He does
    • freely. Whereas we grow into our own nation because we are, so to
    • different peoples in their various countries, does our feeling grow
    • is as natural to the human being as his growth, so long as we look
    • growing complexity in the conditions of human life everywhere, and
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    • Today I intend a kind of introduction. In tomorrow's lecture we shall
    • but, let us say, the economy of sparrows or the economy of swallows.
    • consider, with ordinary thinking, how to grow oats or barley and so
    • that we can really think about with the intellect which we have grown
    • science of Economics. With the concepts to which we have grown
    • it than that it was the kind of thing one throws away in a corner of
    • or full-grown organism, such as the human being, for instance, in this
    • and full-grown organisms there is no such thing. But with the separate
    • this error that the whole science of Political Economy has grown so
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    • instead of the economy of peoples, the economy of sparrows, the
    • sparrow has to do a kind of work: at the very least, he must
    • admit: The sparrow and the swallow are organised precisely in such a
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    • have grown accustomed in a certain sense to compare with one another.
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    • We must not confuse the issue by thinking in the narrow spirit of
    • Spirit is narrowly bound to a certain kind of Labour, Nature will
    • — you were still to describe the borrowed Capital which he
    • “borrowed” Capital — passes over into the second
    • for the sparrow, satisfying its needs from Nature, pays nothing for
    • it. This is evident from the contrast of sparrow economy and human, or
    • grows highly individualised, highly specific, when the Spirit takes
    • the man is a fool and throws the Money away on a thing that turns out
    • centuries mankind has grown accustomed to sharply outlined concepts,
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    • diamond in the King of England's crown has such an immense value. For
    • interest is 5%. A person borrowing Capital on the security of land
    • grow real and have real consequences. And, economically speaking, it
    • experiences which can only grow out of the concerted counsels of the
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    • Capital he has borrowed. The landowner, on the other hand (I may go
    • land will grow, it will become dearer and dearer. Whereas a man
    • borrowed on land would mend matters at once, but it cannot be carried
    • divided. Thenceforward, it grows more and more independent. Consider
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    • relationship; in reality we do not buy Capital, we only borrow it.
    • the same way as what one borrows — if the balance sheet is to be
    • measure in which the products of forestry and agriculture grow more
    • expensive, those produced by free human activity grow cheaper. Thus
    • as the State). It can only be done by Associations growing out of the
    • that the required institutions must grow out of the economic life
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    • which grow quite freely among men, enter in and incorporate themselves
    • able to think beyond their own narrow horizon. Surely a man who is
    • after tomorrow, but by tomorrow. It is not a question of radical
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    • gets the manure thrown in as a free gift and in this way, in the long
    • for, what it is that is bought, what is lent and borrowed, and what is
    • most productive; loaned and borrowed Capital is less productive, in
    • wide comprehensive regions. The paths grow easier if you observe
    • not a little to say. For when things began to grow uncomfortably hot,
    • evolution of the banking system, borrowing and lending develops on an
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    • form of barter. That will throw light on what obtains in circumstances
    • conditions, for the same thing happens when someone borrows money from
    • comes to borrow money, he will bring with him A and C; or again, B
    • the service of lending, save the presumption that the borrower will
    • borrowing, as we helped him. Notably where it is a question of lending
    • and borrowing, human mutuality or “give and take” enters
    • Labour is divided and distributed, human beings grow dependent on the
    • every man not only grows his own cabbages but also makes his own hats
    • case of lending and borrowing. Where much is lent, this principle of
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    • grown to gigantic proportions, it is true, but still preserving in all
    • came did the spiritual life begin to grow more and more unfree; and it
    • and thus the fiscal administration grows increasingly into industrial
    • and spiritual organism of the State. The State, as such, has grown
    • product, we might point once more to the diamond in the Crown of
    • England, or any other crown. Or, again, we might think of the Sistine
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    • that an article grows cheaper or dearer after a certain time, we are
    • money to grow old. Suppose you have a certain piece of money, no
    • economic process of its own accord makes the money grow old. The fact
    • that it does not appear to grow old — the fact that we
    • If therefore the money in my purse grows old in this way, if its date
    • of origin has a real meaning (and by “growing old” I mean
    • upon it by the fact that it is growing older. The money comes to life
    • show tomorrow how substitutes for money have to be treated in a
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    • was growing — a growth which in the end found expression in the
    • spiritual faculties. It could only be someone who was born grown-up.
    • beyond what is absolutely necessary. But the more life grows
    • so if those who perform the physical Labour evince a growing need for
    • I wanted to add this remark to the present lecture, so that tomorrow I
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    • The thought-picture of money growing old or getting used
    • such an ideal picture as you would do, let us say, to a growing human
    • simply get the money from the sky; he borrows it from someone.
    • Thus, you may find that it is not enough simply to let money grow old
    • grows old, then, inasmuch as money comes into circulation and figures
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    • seeds and grow, that make the animals; to spread abroad over the face
    • generations is the symbol of it in the triple crown worn by the Popes
    • Rome. What the Roman world did was to throw a cloak of externality
    • will grow clear to you that this earnest seeking is born of a deep
    • these Ahrimanic powers. Stronger, and ever stronger grow these
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    • death and a new birth. But now we grow increasingly aware of how this
    • ethereal. And not until it has grown quite tiny, is it received into
    • in the course of earthly evolution mankind must grow freer, yet ever
    • freer. For only by man's growing freer, will the earth reach her goal
    • it is in the highest degree necessary for an ever-growing number of
    • therefore, borrowed from the earthly life, however well conceived,
    • as man grows out of his body and ever more into the spiritual world,
    • physical images become of it in the growing embryo. For the physical
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    • nevertheless a fact that every night man grows out into the
    • throw our whole organism into disorder. And this applies not only to
    • see, is widening; or rather, man himself is growing out further into
    • and etheric bodies and has grown out into the cosmic world, and
    • star experiences thrown back from the part of us we left lying in bed
    • the growth of plants on Earth. For plants do not grow merely out of
    • their seed; they need also for their growth the cosmic forces that
    • desert where no plants grow. When night comes for man, he has to use
    • be a force at work, to enable the plant to grow upwards. With
    • formation of the word. We grow again into the spirit, the omnipresent
    • stands at the moment. And people are even deeply offended and grow
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    • borrowing the expression from conscious life — a yearning for
    • dear to you has died, think how the memory of the event grows less
    • world of the stars. The memory grows dim; and that is why man is
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    • be borrowed from human relationships, the truth will be presented in
    • you rely on the sun rising tomorrow morning. Phenomena which show
    • recognised even in the kobolds or brownies of fairy lore —
    • the Sun becomes first of all fiery and aflame, and then grows darker
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    • in him the force of childlike growth — nay, even before his
    • Spiritually, our powers of growth are intimately connected with this
    • through the Mystery of Golgotha it has grown different. The Being of
    • consciousness as grown-up men and women transcends the dreamy state
    • time between death and new birth. The older a man grows, the longer
    • life of mankind has its visible counterpart on Earth. An ever growing
    • is thus growing into conscious spiritual knowledge. This is the one
    • being, it gradually hardens. This is what happens when we merely grow
    • cleverness. A kind of cancerous growth becomes established in our
    • growing comprehension the significance of Michael's leadership and
    • growing number will as time goes on. For spiritual knowledge sheds
    • man’s growing experience within himself of universal human
    • goal if this did not take place; mankind would never grow into a
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    • seeds and grow, that make the animals; to spread abroad over the face
    • generations is the symbol of it in the triple crown worn by the Popes
    • Rome. What the Roman world did was to throw a cloak of externality
    • will grow clear to you that this earnest seeking is born of a deep
    • these Ahrimanic powers. Stronger, and ever stronger grow these
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    • death and a new birth. But now we grow increasingly aware of how this
    • ethereal. And not until it has grown quite tiny, is it received into
    • in the course of earthly evolution mankind must grow freer, yet ever
    • freer. For only by man's growing freer, will the earth reach her goal
    • it is in the highest degree necessary for an ever-growing number of
    • therefore, borrowed from the earthly life, however well conceived,
    • as man grows out of his body and ever more into the spiritual world,
    • physical images become of it in the growing embryo. For the physical
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    • nevertheless a fact that every night man grows out into the
    • throw our whole organism into disorder. And this applies not only to
    • see, is widening; or rather, man himself is growing out further into
    • and etheric bodies and has grown out into the cosmic world, and
    • star experiences thrown back from the part of us we left lying in bed
    • the growth of plants on Earth. For plants do not grow merely out of
    • their seed; they need also for their growth the cosmic forces that
    • desert where no plants grow. When night comes for man, he has to use
    • be a force at work, to enable the plant to grow upwards. With
    • formation of the word. We grow again into the spirit, the omnipresent
    • stands at the moment. And people are even deeply offended and grow
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    • borrowing the expression from conscious life — a yearning for
    • dear to you has died, think how the memory of the event grows less
    • world of the stars. The memory grows dim; and that is why man is
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    • be borrowed from human relationships, the truth will be presented in
    • you rely on the sun rising tomorrow morning. Phenomena which show
    • recognised even in the kobolds or brownies of fairy lore —
    • the Sun becomes first of all fiery and aflame, and then grows darker
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    • in him the force of childlike growth — nay, even before his
    • Spiritually, our powers of growth are intimately connected with this
    • through the Mystery of Golgotha it has grown different. The Being of
    • consciousness as grown-up men and women transcends the dreamy state
    • time between death and new birth. The older a man grows, the longer
    • life of mankind has its visible counterpart on Earth. An ever growing
    • is thus growing into conscious spiritual knowledge. This is the one
    • being, it gradually hardens. This is what happens when we merely grow
    • cleverness. A kind of cancerous growth becomes established in our
    • growing comprehension the significance of Michael's leadership and
    • growing number will as time goes on. For spiritual knowledge sheds
    • man’s growing experience within himself of universal human
    • goal if this did not take place; mankind would never grow into a
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    • grow up among humankind, because these faculties can be acquired only
    • island and were to grow up there, lacking association with human
    • grows up and lives among one kind of being or another kind. You can
    • their association with the gods, when even their vision began to grow
    • to human beings of the present day who, when they grow older, retain
    • and will know that tomorrow, or in a few days, this or that will take
    • Christ, because through this etheric vision they will grow upward
    • beings to grow upward to a perception of Christ, for Christ spoke
    • is, he will grow into a world in which the Christ will be visible to
    • for which we must grow ever more mature.
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    • spiritual world as is the case today when he has grown old and cannot
    • continued, man's I-consciousness would have grown ever stronger, to
    • not giving way but that it is growing and becoming, that it is
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    • growth forces of the plant kingdom, he will be released from the
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    • ideas were thrown out and people declared themselves satisfied. What
    • We will ask ourselves this question tomorrow in
    • tomorrow we may understand through greater relationships an important
    • will speak tomorrow about the great spiritual meaning of our time.
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    • connection, it throws much light on the question that we can perhaps
    • consciousness of God awakens in him. This gradually grows into his I,
    • as vital life — should then really grow upward to a spiritual
    • normal human faculties, will again grow into the land of Shamballa,
    • profession of faith in Christ Jesus will arise through our growing
    • into the sphere in which we shall encounter Him, through our growing
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    • person is about to drown, the connection of the etheric body to the
    • within himself, he must allow his sentient soul to grow into higher
    • was only to be found in the world of the senses, we shall now grow
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    • rays streaming into him are a brownish red in color — various
    • shades tending toward brownish red. In a man of high moral ideals the
    • all kinds of growing things. Even when building palaces, they
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    • will be of a more historic nature, with what I will add tomorrow.
    • materialistic thinking is in the process of growing. It will thrive
    • then this brotherhood grows to tremendous strength. These
    • This growing materialization of human souls, this
    • to impress upon your hearts, today more historically. Tomorrow I
    • This is extremely significant, and we will see tomorrow
    • today with what will come tomorrow, because the one can hardly be
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    • other (see drawing, arrows). If you do not take this into
    • were thrown out of the spiritual world into the human kingdom and now
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    • process of growing among us, and the extent of the longing for it is
    • shown by the perceptible growth of the theosophical movement that
    • grows. He examines the forces that are supposed to allow the egg to
    • grow out of the chicken. This is a piece of nonsense. The egg does
    • not at all grow out of the hen; the hen is only the foundation; the
    • he would definitely not have said this about Woodrow Wilson —
    • would Woodrow Wilson's brain be worth if this brain were not sitting
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    • pleasure, sorrow or joy. You know that if we as human beings smash a
    • sorrow, but this does not enter our ordinary, everyday consciousness.
    • or sorrow; it arouses some sort of sympathy or antipathy. You must
    • pleasure or sorrow, that is, without calling forth sympathy or
    • or antipathy, joy or sorrow; everything they do induces, if I may so
    • of pleasure or sorrow, the transmission of merely sensation-bearing
    • however, both requirements must be fulfilled. It gives me much sorrow
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    • grow in the future in the East has freed itself from its embryonic
    • thrown back by it, working on the head. Or the nation-spirit works as
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    • away from you all the time; it grows deeper and ever deeper.
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    • so it seemed to him, he had woken up. And whilst he continued to grow
    • to show you today: tomorrow we will complete the picture.
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    • was growing more and more foreign, almost uncanny, to them; for they
    • stones and rock coming into being, plants living and growing and
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    • Fall into his present narrow limitations.
    • Man should grow up out of the Earth with the purity of plant-life,
    • have overthrown the old World-System (so did the teacher speak) and
    • process, and a growing impossibility to approach the Spiritual in a
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    • namely that he experienced and felt the very marrow within his bones.
    • bears within him in the nerves of the spinal marrow together with the
    • spinal marrow itself, they saw something that unites him with the
    • as the nerves that go out from the spinal marrow; there are
    • twenty-eight to thirty of them. So that we may say, a spinal marrow
    • thirty-membered system of nerves and spinal marrow from the Gods, who
    • spinal marrow stands, as we have seen, in connection with the Moon.
    • of nerves and spinal marrow is imitated, so in the organ of smell the
    • being is no more than a mere indication. Things grow different; only
    • this concentration on the point between the eyebrows. (This is how
    • learn to know how a certain plant grows, why it has this or
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    • condensed to meteoric stones, we have the arrows which the cosmos
    • pole out in the cosmos, and the arrows discharged by the Cosmos
    • over-arching cosmic desire-covering there shoot the iron arrows of the
    • the meteoric iron arrows from the cosmos, the animal desire-covering
    • counter-process to it; we have here the arrows which the cosmos
    • arrows into the animalised desire-world of the cosmos; one feels
    • human being, the Microcosm, and the Macrocosm are grown together. This
    • with each blossom, sprout with every leaf: with every seed we grow
    • spiritual world in the brazen letters that grow into enigmatic words
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    • tried to throw some light upon the character of our present
    • evolution; the understanding of the Event will continuously grow and
    • understanding of the Christ Impulse has grown less and less.
    • Michael by overcoming the Dragon that is trying to grow to his full
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    • plants could grow on the earth, if it were what geology imagines; even
    • and there can be direct growth out of the mineral only when the whole
    • who have the narrow-minded conception that “time” is
    • yellow and brown, are withering away; that the trees stand there
    • wither, the trees grow bare and Nature faces death, — just as it
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    • spiritual research does find it possible to throw some light into
    • can throw more light into these hidden depths of soul life by adding
    • sorrows. And then you see someone coming along, a so-called
    • arrows. They shot so well that the arrows formed figures, towering
    • cosmos is to look at the plants. They can grow only when they have
    • same power to grow. But the human being has freed himself from the
    • human body, engendering its growth during sleep, repairing its
    • giant aimed an arrow up into the sky, shot it off, and only after a
    • upwards, saying, “Your arrow came back, but mine will go up so
    • forming itself, bringing about the growth of its body, unfolding its
    • heart, yes, property of all our hearts. This will grow even stronger
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    • and pulverized it between his fingers. He then took a bow and arrow
    • and shot the arrow so high into the air that it did not come down for
    • different from them. Then he also took a bow and arrow, but when he
    • not return. So he said to the giants; “Your arrow came down
    • find a horse; it has a silver arrow piercing its body; you must pull
    • “A witch has shot an arrow into my body!” The king pulled
    • out the arrow and at that moment the weak animal was changed into a
    • thornbird, and the king's horse was shot by the witch, whose arrow
    • in the physical world have shot the arrow into the horse's body. The
    • of his own sisters whom her brothers had thrown out of the window. He
    • fish begged him, “Take me and throw me back into the water; you
    • on his way. Soon he met a wounded fox, who had a silver arrow stuck
    • in him. The fox said, “If you will draw out the arrow, and give
    • were thrown out of the window; the theme of the conquest of the
    • sisters: the three brothers had thrown out their higher sisterly
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    • reawakening of Nature — with the springing of life that grows
    • filled with sorrow and deep mourning. And that the full earnestness of
    • will he behold himself growing ever greater and greater, till the
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    • word, as the general forces of growth — man must look not to the
    • Mystery, he should have grown truly humble — so humble that no
    • considers himself a fully evolved and grown-up human being? What can
    • could grow, and grows to this day in the process of nutrition —
    • in greater detail tomorrow) that we recognise in the form and
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    • Tomorrow, as far as possible, I shall try to deepen these things still
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    • thus expressed her joy in all things growing, springing, sprouting in
    • truly say, nowhere have men lived with the growth of the plant life,
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    • crowning point in Polish literature of the 19th century.
    • eventually be crowned in Lhassa, brought there with all honours. —
    • Meanwhile the sinner is thrown into prison together with his family,
    • long to overthrow the Dalai-Lama and usurp the throne. The Yellow
    • the sinner. He and his party are again thrown into prison, together
    • help, he throws himself into the flames, rescues the girl and brings
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    • of knowledge who has won the crown of blessedness.”
    • crown of blessedness.”
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    • Persian. By then the perception of the cosmic ego had grown less vivid;
    • since then, we have been gradually growing away from our bodies. We
    • in the process of growing away from it, we no longer have a firm hold
    • Thus anthroposophical spiritual science grows out of the entire earthly
    • growth of spirit, and pass over from antiquated needs to the truly modern
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    • it to grow out of space and into the spiritual world. These are the
    • shows physicists at a loss in regard to the problem of color. To throw
    • drowned as it is in philistinism and pedantry through everything
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    • deflected through his bushy eyebrows. Thus for a painter the important
    • not fit among the Apostles with their brownish tones. Not only are they
    • brown having already left the realm of color, it cannot express Mary's
    • spirits, is an anachronism. That man should outgrow the daimonic and
    • unless his judgment grows out of a world-conception permeating fully
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    • of forehead and crown, a copy — not just as allegory but inward
    • the repose of the fixed stars shows in the tranquil vault of brow and
    • the universe artistically. In forehead and the arching crown of the
    • think at all; you feel the true significance of forehead, crown, eye,
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    • not hollow out; he focuses his attention on, say, the brow jutting forward
    • power works as an inner formative force of growth. The child is also
    • fashion. To repeat: power of phantasy is power to grow and harmonize
    • of plastic-musical power of growth and formation as, once, for the care
    • the natural power of growth metamorphosed into a soul force. If you
    • molding and fashioning and growing in the subsconscious regions of the
    • he no longer needs the full quota of his power of growth and formative
    • is the first child of the natural formative and growth forces; and because
    • it cannot emerge as long as there is active growing, does not express
    • is the same as the power of growth. In other words, what promotes growth
    • formative forces of the growing child continues to live in phantasy. At
    • of growth, so that the divine may speak about world events.
    • which flows in soft slow waves, I express sorrow. To repeat, everything
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    • Park, Forest Row, Sussex.] This may truly signify a
    • thinking is old; that in fact thinking is willing grown old, and
    • the child grows rosy or pale thereby, that the method must just be
    • feeling for the fact that the soul too must grow! If I furnish a
    • will grow out of them. This however is something that people notice
    • grow with him. We give him concepts which are intended to be
    • must take the whole human being into consideration, the growing,
    • easy to be a grown-up person — easy for the spirit, I mean, for
    • resistance. It is quite easy to be a full-grown person but extremely
    • thrown off with the first body at the change of teeth.
    • artistically. The artistic element must be in it all. Tomorrow
    • thought; tomorrow we will continue these considerations and go more
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    • delicate processes. But if a child grows up in the proximity of an
    • take their cue from the grown-ups and therefore at fifteen, sixteen
    • existence the Waldorf School has grown so big that we have now more
    • likewise; this will show you how what grows out of a true knowledge
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    • always be considered, not as specimens, but growing in the soil. The
    • They are good for instructing grown up people about plants and
    • suddenly grow anywhere of its own accord.
    • plant growth. Something else is living besides the actual plant; this
    • itself but which has many plants growing on it, or a tree trunk where
    • living being that has hair growing on it. The plants are the hair of
    • their force of growth belong to the earth just as much. The earth and
    • expect it to grow just as well in a piece of wax or tallow as in the
    • skin of the head. But it is only in the head that it will grow.
    • something that grows with this organism.
    • cannot grow in wax. Ideas of this kind are completely contradictory
    • namely the etheric element. He has to grow into the element of the
    • child grows with all the kingdoms of the earth. He no longer merely
    • kinds of forces at work below, which throw these waves up. So it is
    • depths of the course of time, a feeling of what throws the waves up,
    • you getting angry once more, why then — then I shall throw the
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    • something in the soul which may indeed sprout and grow. You may then
    • child's soul so that it grows with his growth, something which one
    • this great violet has grown so big that it can crush you.” Then
    • doing something with one of the children in the front row, the boy
    • out of the solving of these riddles there will grow the feelings
    • are given in this story can grow with the child. You have all kinds
    • grown older, how easily then you can lead on from the story you told
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    • And what you do in this manner with your fingers and toes only throws
    • speak about them as they do unless people had grown accustomed, in
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    • “model” body which is completely thrown aside by the time
    • speak further of this tomorrow.
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    • of the child's mental growth. There is no question of approaching the
    • the whole growth of the child.
    • grow up in the town, have no idea how a substance, paper for
    • want to ask you tomorrow, when we come together, to put in the form
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    • system which we have already “outgrown,” as they say, on
    • part in English life, and the child should grow up into life. Only
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    • book were decisive for the growth of the atomistic-materialistic
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    • light is thrown, and only thus, upon the human organisation. As long
    • Specific manifestations of hysteria in its narrower sense are nothing
    • tuberculous persons are to be collected and crowded together in
    • with growth and development in the healthy and the diseased human
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    • and subsequently grown together, so that they form one nerve, be
    • metamorphoses of growth in the human organism, and in external
    • principle of growth, of the vital growth of and in mankind, and
    • conspicuously present in the simple growing plant. For instance, if a
    • or hands for any purpose, the other arm or hand grows more powerful,
    • For instance, this has been observed: A plant has grown on the slope
    • itself of growing its own three portions of the intestine — the fore,
    • growing it again. A critic of a materialistic turn of mind, will say;
    • new growth is added. But this cannot be assumed.
    • organism, and a new part grows on the site of the injury (b)
    • growth should strictly speaking be the immediately adjacent part, its
    • grows from the site of the injury are extremities, tails or even
    • re-growths or repairs, the whole organism takes part in some way.
    • be grown again! But this simply does not happen. And the question is:
    • what becomes of those forces, growth forces, which show themselves
    • comparatively slowly in the early stages of growth; they are not very
    • relatively early stage of growth.
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    • in part tomorrow. Then we shall be in a position to point out a
    • you to accept it provisionally, because it throws light on many
    • self-evident that the same causes which favour the growth of
    • appropriate soil for the growth of this or that interesting vegetable
    • to be checked. Then there is opportunity for the growth of abundant
    • This crucially important inter-relationship throws much light on the
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    • and thrown off the solid particles. But it is a purely external view
    • You can throw a strong light on certain treatments of the human pelvis
    • conducted outwards with its actual organic growth, it would become a
    • of the growing plants, while Man has completely turned round and has
    • growth derives. The following consideration is therefore important. To
    • search in the earth itself for the forces fundamental to growth, which
    • But when a tree grows, do not, please, be too much shocked by what I
    • say, for this is really the case — the earth rises up and grows, so
    • all tree trunks are really outgrowths of the earth. If we have
    • grows upon the trunks is in a relationship to them comparable with
    • stem, of those lesser vegetable growths, and that the trees formed an
    • according as a plant tends most to root-development, its growth forces
    • the vegetable growth and those three types of mineral activity in the
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    • Observe the growth of the plant as it rises upwards out of the earth.
    • plants, growth stops abruptly at a certain season of the year with the
    • old year The course of plant life and growth is a remarkable one. Take
    • and ash is subject to gravity, whereas the upward urge and growth of
    • pointed out that the part that grows upwards from below, in man grows
    • able to attain. The reverence for ancient wisdom that grows on the
    • medicine of today, and only occasionally referring to the light thrown
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    • process of man's growth and development. In this connection one should
    • previous stages of growth. It is never external to the body in the
    • Diagram 13 arrow pointing outwards.)
    • We may define the Moon's action thus: it throws, as it were, certain
    • separate life and growth, contrary to the whole of human life and
    • growth. Picture to yourselves, on the one hand, man built up in his
    • the independent life and growth of the cells.
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    • Here we have the “ratio” for finding remedies and light is thrown on
    • part of the body. And this will throw much light upon our further
    • And we may even find light thrown upon the remarkable interaction
    • solidification a suspended salt-process. This again throws light on
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    • skeleton. For the formation and the growth of the bones are determined
    • essential nature. We shall see tomorrow how this can be done. If we
    • — and all the five shades between — we grow akin to the salt forming
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    • food. Man throws upon the process of cooking, in all its forms,
    • throwing or so forth, may be of great social importance, but these
    • prominent roles, and throw light on the curative process. What is put
    • together with its greater or small amount of hair growth and so forth.
    • Diagram 20, arrow pointing downwards)
    • Diagram 20, arrow pointing to the left).
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    • it springs up, there it is generated, there it grows as plants grow in
    • Moreover, our earth would come to exuberant growth and would form
    • ebullient living outgrowths of carcinomatous nature, if this
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    • We can hardly hope to reach the understanding of tumorous growths,
    • the human body. In the case of tumorous growths there is today a very
    • of carcinomatous growths. Carcinoma, if objectively studied, shows
    • are so perceptible in the case of deep-seated carcinomatous growths,
    • and though less perceptible still present when the growths are nearer
    • it is far more significant that the mistletoe as it grows on trees is
    • mistletoe attaches itself to other plants in order to grow and thrive
    • pointed out the trunk formations of trees are really practically outgrowths
    • trees sprout forth. Now, suppose a mistletoe grows on the tree trunk, it sends
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    • malignant growths, and these growths are linked up with the whole
    • inwards and the most malignant growths appear. We shall deal with this
    • of growths.
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    • two respects; both by its growing upwards from the soil and by its
    • grows and tends towards a formative animal process which it, however,
    • carried to its end, a process which the plant grows towards but fails
    • leaves are still tinged with brown. Were it possible to mingle these
    • plant like scurvy grass or spoon-wort. Because the scurvy grass grows
    • inertia and acceleration principles in the growth of the scurvy grass
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    • of growth before the sixth or seventh year. But when we are at last in
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    • summarise some things calculated to throw light on the whole of what
    • put before you some facts which should throw light on man in the state
    • that the crown of the tooth is perfected and only thrusts itself into
    • around the growing teeth there is a remarkable activity of the human
    • growth-forces of the human organism. For what I have explained with reference
    • connected with very delicate processes of growth-processes tending
    • antipathies, whereas the continued growth of an organ already in
    • this subject tomorrow.
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    • which grows outwards from the soil towards cosmic space, is not only
    • in continuous operation, and as essential to the growth of plants as
    • growth from the stalk to the blossom and seed would have the perpetual
    • plant inserted into the lung, that grows out of the lung so to speak
    • abdomen, these diseased conditions are exteriorised and “thrown off”
    • to cope with all the embarrassments of an arrested growth; and how in
    • complete his growth make him clumsy and rough in his behaviour. From
    • picture of the way of its growth. Numerous other manifestations
    • in its growth and formation. Especially in the earliest years of life,
    • growing body. Then there comes a stage wherein the body does not need
    • are the transformed growth forces and formative forces plastically at
    • matter for us is to be able to cure. So tomorrow I propose to pass
    • body, containing the forces of growth in man, must work differently in
    • childhood, when there is not only organic formation, but growth as
    • well, and during growth the plastic activity must be exercised. Hence
    • skin becomes brown. All this strongly indicates a certain chemism in
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    • looks at the effect produced by throwing a handful of salt into warm
    • nature one ascends to the narrowing of the compass of a medicinal
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    • us while the little child is growing. Then we have the life of soul,
    • being “grown-up”. What has happened to him while he has
    • nonsense. For it is assumed that the laws that underlie man's growth
    • process of growth and development which expresses, as strongly as in
    • But in a grown person the soul-life has become relatively
    • is what I wanted to say to begin with, and tomorrow at the same hour
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    • into the question of how mental illnesses in grown-up people should
    • child, as it were, in snatches, bit by bit. Even the grown person has
    • surrounding ether, and throw them back into our consciousness. This
    • that can influence the etheric body of a growing child?
    • as our interest in the whole process grows — without of course
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    • in the physics of the present day. I admit, people are liable to grow
    • thoroughly hardened as children, when they grow old, cannot even walk
    • a certain point, and the brain, when it is formed, is narrow in
    • from a brain that is too narrow, they become disturbed and congested,
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    • studies, so that we may be able, from tomorrow onwards, to pass on to
    • life-ether. If now we may borrow from the physical realm a word which
    • ego and astral body will take place. But you must not grow tired! You
    • begun to grow healthy. They will notice only that in a particular
    • the child needs is more than that we simply share his sorrow. If we
    • are merely dejected and sorrowful with the child — that is no
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    • begins to yield, it too grows fainter and fainter. The remarkable
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    • right relation with the upper part of the body, but have grown too
    • head is narrow here (in front) on both sides, and pressed
    • back; so we have in this boy the symptom of narrow-headedness, a sign
    • when he had grown quite a bit, could the abnormality, which was
    • could actually have grown wider. By beginning in good time to produce
    • narrowed by external pressure, it is certainly difficult for the head
    • to grow any bigger.
    • potato skins that had been thrown away as refuse.
    • that has grown hard and rigid, owing to the fact that the forces of
    • new life, we shall gradually enable the stiffened body to grow
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    • growth — in the direction, namely, of intellectual capability.
    • runs!” (The boy says it in a deep, growling voice.) He is, you
    • such overwhelming significance as to throw all others into the
    • physical organism. For as he does so, forces of growth will begin at
    • years of age — turn out to be stunted in their growth. Why
    • astral body is all the time growing in inverse proportion. It does
    • child will begin to grow in quite a natural manner. And that would be
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    • embryo stage, his growth in the post-embryo stage continuing to
    • accord with the laws of growth of the embryo stage. That we have not
    • abnormalities of this kind throw great light upon the life of man as
    • grown to a considerable size. The enlargement of the head was noticed
    • gone on growing, and the limbs would not have been able to develop.
    • in the human being, that alone is given opportunity to grow.
    • organisation of the legs will grow weak at once; for just the most
    • the embryo condition which, like an overgrown plant, spreads itself
    • just as there can be this failure to grow and develop rightly into
    • does not grow into the third epoch of life in the right way. There
    • their full and entire constitution grow into the epoch that lies
    • lecture is to make adequate preparation for passing on tomorrow to
    • then tomorrow we will carry our consideration of the same to a
    • tomorrow.
    • three cases I wanted to put before you. Tomorrow we will meet again
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    • development takes place. If we notice that a little child grows very
    • depends on the environment of a growing child. Take, for
    • dentition, into a conspicuous vanity; the child will grow vain and
    • of environment into which such a child may grow up.
    • boy grows up; and if particular care has not been taken that he is
    • kind grows up, not in a country where the militia is regarded as a
    • forces of growth that shall counteract this deformation.
    • account to allow yourself to be alarmed or thrown off your guard.
    • the trouble then only starts again and grows even more serious than
    • grown to be thirty years old. He would then be an adult human being.
    • abnormality, he had grown accustomed to it. After all, he lived, you
    • across a village where some afflicted child had not grown up in this
    • and no further! When we are dealing with growing children, we are
    • growing child, we shall particularly have to do with one specific
    • grow slovenly.
    • dealing with the growing child it is of the very first importance to
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    • several other occasions, we have to reckon also a tendency to grow
    • began to grow and thrive in their souls. It is not, therefore, only
    • cognisance first of all of this fact: at the age of three the growth
    • Tomorrow
    • combination with calcium. This kind of study of the soil will throw
    • talk of that tomorrow.
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    • is connected with an excess of etheric powers of growth in the region
    • principle that tends to encourage organic growth.
    • generation, nor afterwards with growth; with the result that that
    • which rightly stands in connection with the growth forces and should
    • organisation. Consequently we find that in the growth process that
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    • study of the growth and nature of the plant. (And, as we saw,
    • either grow to excess, becoming abnormally large, or may insert
    • with a grown person. The virtue for the child of the mother's milk,
    • spiritualises, as it grows upwards.
    • within the cosmos is expressed in the fact that the root has grown
    • The truth is that the root of the plant has grown into the soil in
    • the same way as we have grown with our head into the
    • can be thrown upon the nature and character of a particular human
    • to grow out of a general knowledge of Speech Eurythmy and Tone
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    • more and more in growing up from childhood, so in the same way
    • that we know how we are placed within the forces of our growth,
    • have not grown out of the natural laws of the Earth, but out of
    • their growth, and that cannot be done through the forces
    • ordinary life, to throw aside some thought which has taken hold
    • we have thrown aside every thought — even the
    • Science, which has grown out of ordinary Science.
    • small — it develops — it grows; it is full of
    • -quickening, blooming life — growing ever more and more
    • growth becomes rampant. Or contrariwise, some organ may have a
    • art that has grown out of the world itself. Therewith we come
    • in the human being, there should grow a conception of
    • complicated life has grown. Anthroposophy tries above all to
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    • contains the forces of growth and of assimilation — is, in
    • gain a conception when we behold the growing and blossoming
    • growth and progressive development), and also destruction,
    • growth. It is only when we can look in this way into the human
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    • substance of which is continually being thrown off and newly
    • which contains the forces of growth and of nourishment and
    • the head — we find that the head throws out,
    • a plant — growing here or there in Nature — is not
    • a sprouting and growing plant before us — a plant that
    • leave the plant growing all through the Summer and pluck it
    • self-consciousness; for the more the growth-forces are
    • growth and give rise to the process of nutrition do not bring
    • with carcinomatous growth. We must work against this tendency
    • as viscum: forms that grow as the mistletoe grows upon
    • and which we eat for the purposes of growth and development;
    • the forces connected with growth in the organism were not
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    • more in growing up from childhood, so in the same way we
    • are placed within the forces of our growth, yes, even within
    • have not grown out of the natural laws of the Earth, but out of
    • explain the nature of plants we must explain their growth and
    • ordinary life, to throw aside some thought which has taken hold
    • thrown aside every thought — even the substantially
    • Science, which has grown out of ordinary Science.
    • small — it develops — it grows; it is full of
    • quickening, blooming life — growing ever more and more
    • degree of catabolism, and then its growth becomes rampant. Or
    • has grown out of the world itself. Therewith we come again into
    • being, there should grow a conception of Therapeutics, of
    • life has grown. Anthroposophy tries above all to assuage these
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    • we behold the growing and blossoming plant-kingdom in the
    • the organ ministers to growth and progressive development), and
    • carcinoma — as a cancerous growth. It is only when we can
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    • continually being thrown off and newly constructed during the
    • ether, or life body, which contains the forces of growth and of
    • head — we find that the head throws out, during the
    • that a plant — growing here or there in Nature — is
    • have a sprouting and growing plant before us — a plant
    • however, we leave the plant growing all through the Summer and
    • self-consciousness; for the more the growth-forces are
    • growth and give rise to the process of nutrition do not bring
    • with carcinomatous growth. We must work against this tendency
    • parasitic — such as viscum: forms that grow as the
    • mistletoe grows upon trees — forms that have not come to
    • for the purposes of growth and development; and secondly into
    • connected with growth in the organism were not continually
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    • a muscle, then the soul grows strong. Methodically, one pursues the
    • exercises further and further; the soul grows stronger, grows
    • indescribably illuminating. One says to oneself — the child grows
    • only growing physically, his consciousness is developing at the same
    • Can this be the result of physical growth? Can this be
    • accomplished by the same forces that underlie nutrition and growth?
    • them. The human being is always growing and always being nourished.
    • which is perpetually suppressing, inhibiting the forces of growth and
    • grow continuously like the plant, he could not have a soul. The
    • process of growing must first be destroyed, for it expels the soul. If
    • growth and nutrition; in a sense, it introduces a gradual
    • of the growing and nourishing processes that the whole organism
    • If you have observed trees which bear a remarkable outgrowth upon the
    • section, you will notice that the whole tendency of growth, which
    • though another trunk were beginning to grow; and you find something
    • such an outgrowth is somewhere or other suppressed, restrained, in its
    • available everywhere, in order to keep pace with the growth forces of
    • mistletoe, growing on the tree, uses what the tree gives it; the tree
    • out of it by the parasitic growth, works upon the human astral body.
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    • a muscle, then the soul grows strong. Methodically, one pursues the
    • exercises further and further; the soul grows stronger, grows
    • indescribably illuminating. One says to oneself — the child grows
    • only growing physically, his consciousness is developing at the same
    • Can this be the result of physical growth? Can this be
    • accomplished by the same forces that underlie nutrition and growth?
    • them. The human being is always growing and always being nourished.
    • which is perpetually suppressing, inhibiting the forces of growth and
    • grow continuously like the plant, he could not have a soul. The
    • process of growing must first be destroyed, for it expels the soul. If
    • growth and nutrition; in a sense, it introduces a gradual
    • of the growing and nourishing processes that the whole organism
    • If you have observed trees which bear a remarkable outgrowth upon the
    • section, you will notice that the whole tendency of growth, which
    • though another trunk were beginning to grow; and you find something
    • such an outgrowth is somewhere or other suppressed, restrained, in its
    • available everywhere, in order to keep pace with the growth forces of
    • mistletoe, growing on the tree, uses what the tree gives it; the tree
    • out of it by the parasitic growth, works upon the human astral body.
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    • the Life-needs of To-day and Tomorrow
    • shape of the so-called Fourteen Points of Woodrow Wilson.
    • and chaos, until we grow able to lay practical hold on what is
    • working-classes, then these Works' Councils must grow up on the
    • saying that the corporate body of Works' Councils must grow out
    • of which has grown in due course the whole code of legal
    • grow up ... for this is the really practical thing, to see what
    • is growing up, and how, more or less unconsciously —
    • The Life-needs of To-day and To-morrow.
    • possible grow aware of the storm, — may a large enough
    • number of people grow aware of it, — before it is too
    • as a matter of course in the family. But here our eyes grow
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture I: The Principle of Spiritual Economy in Connection with Questions of Reincarnation: An Aspect of the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind
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    • movement until it encounters an obstacle. Thus, if we throw
    • were thrown, its flight could not continue unless the air
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  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture V: Results of Spiritual Scientific Investigations of the Evolution of Humanity: II
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    • others will grow on the mighty plant of Christianity, one
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VI: On the Occasion of the Dedication of the Francis of Assisi Branch
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    • thrown into these remote mountains, but surrounded by all the
    • today will in the future grow into a mighty tree. As
    • feel this, we will increasingly grow stronger, and the newly
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    • narrowness of an existence that is tied to material
    • today's and tomorrow's festivities we will
    • past so that tomorrow we will be able to describe the
    • own narrow, personal existence but also in a symbiosis with
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    • opportunity for us to grow in spirit and to master our
    • not suffering because with every day we grow further into the
    • grows a stalk, and many ears of wheat, and the many, many
    • times, Christianity continued to grow through the activities
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    • itself; it has to grow beyond its given form. It must raise
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    • because Spiritual Science is much like everything that grows
    • and develops: first it must have a seed that keeps growing,
    • and then by virtue of this growth it becomes ever more
    • grows for us out of karma — this plan of destiny
    • of our lives may be today, our strength will grow from one
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture XI: From Buddha to Christ
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  • Title: Lecture I: Man in the Past, the Present and the Future
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    • development of man, whether in a wider or in a narrower sense, if we
    • or less clear and luminous life of ideas which grow out of our life of
    • feeling as the flower grows out of the plant. Over against this clear
    • processes of plant-growth and vegetation quite differently from the
    • growth, with an upward tendency, and so he knew that if a plant as it
    • grows out from the soil were exposed only to the sun, it would grow
    • can be seen in the growth of the plant out of its root and also in
    • Let us take a particular instance. The Druid observed the growing
    • of the Earth; to him, plant-growth and the being of the animal were
    • mediated through the activity of the Earth, the growth of the plant,
    • the growth of root, leaf and flower; and all this not in the form of
    • restricted to narrow limits in the root, and he knew that what lives
    • grown to gigantic size.
    • of wind and storm are the elemental beings of the plant grown beyond
    • a unity both that which lives in the narrowly restricted space of the
    • the good gods, normal plant-growth results. If it appears in hoar
    • growing into powers of opposition, create the harmful, devastating
    • things which are the expression of forces that have grown to harmful
    • vastness — I can protect the normal growth of the plant. I can
    • Tomorrow I will say more about the special qualities of vision of
  • Title: Lecture II: Man in the Past, the Present and the Future
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    • Thus he believes that the members of this body grow on Earth more or
    • Mystery-priests well knew, man has not grown out of the Earth like a
    • We shall see tomorrow how this curtain has existed for a thousand
    • could attain knowledge of cosmic spaces. When Spiritual Science throws
    • attempt in the lecture tomorrow.
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    • When Schelling began his lectures, the front rows were occupied by the
    • later on as a philosopher, who was sitting in one of the front rows,
    • tomorrow a discussion may begin here which will show that in the
  • Title: Lecture IV: The Sun-Initiation of the Druid Priest and His Moon-Science
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    • perceived of them is only an appendage, reminiscent of growth forces,
    • in the Earth. If there had been Sun-forces alone, rampant, growing
    • not those narrow bounds that are set to man today. They were far
    • perceived how the elemental beings can grow and expand into gigantic
    • true bounds. But the beings were ever striving to go forth and grow
    • beneficially. And what worked in the growth of the leaves, this too
    • could grow to giant size. Then it lived as a giant elemental being in
    • the plants, when this grows to giant size, it becomes the
    • various growths and products of the mineral and especially of the
    • can wrest it from them; we can harness once more within narrow limits
    • Here at the same time we have thrown light upon the fact that Wotan is
    • places things arise that do not belong there. Weeds grow on the tilled
    • also brought, with a power grown truly great and gigantic, what had
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    • the spiritual worlds which I shall amplify in my lecture tomorrow
    • This is a state of things to which we must grow accustomed. Over there
    • the sun will rise tomorrow morning and set at night, but it is not
    • today in respect of the spiritual world. Tomorrow we shall continue
  • Title: Descriptive Sketches: Lecture II
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    • it may throw light in many respects on various things. There is no way
    • aura of many a grown-up person. The struggles and conflicts it went
    • Now the forces which can throw light on former incarnations, if we
  • Title: Lecture: The Cycle of the Year: Lecture I
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    • idea if we notice the plant-growth during the course of the year. We
    • beginning to radiate around the Earth (arrows). This which here
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    • so that tomorrow I can lay before you the whole significance of such a
    • oncoming of spring, when the plant world starts to grow, something
    • growing and sprouting, permeates also man himself; namely, what the
    • up in the wintertime. With the growing and sprouting in the spring, a
    • budding and sprouting, full of the forces of growth, but which also
    • and to sprout, when the forces of growth attain their highest point,
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    • relationships also between the growth or non-growth in plants or
    • the spiritual in the successive changes of outer nature, in growth and
    • periphery of the Earth as the air is or as the forces of growth are
    • soul to perceive the beauty of the spring, the growing, sprouting,
    • sprouting and growing; the spiritual is mingled with the sensible; we
    • which is also a time grown narrow-minded and pedantic. Of course,
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    • notices nowadays when it is growing green, when the greenness rising
    • Who notices when it grows green and when it blossoms? Well, of course
    • what was known in northern countries at a later time as the throwing
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    • knowledge to the contemplation of Evil (see diagram, arrow on
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • intense. They will occur, to begin with, in children, and grown-up
    • arise in many forms and with growing intensity. A nightmare in which
    • an answer and we are thrown back entirely upon our own resources —
    • retained; the ether-body strives to grow out of and beyond the human
    • accumulated; think of how he wants to throw it all out of his head,
  • Title: Lecture II: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • had really come about. Imps burrowing under the earth — that is what
    • Only they have grown together and are not so obvious as the two eyes
    • Luciferic being fights his way through and throws up, as it were, his
    • throws up his fortifications. And all that you can do is to stand in
    • the boundary of the conflict between Lucifer and Ahriman. As narrow as
    • — no, narrower than — the blade of a knife is the space that is left
    • thrown up fairly equal fortifications; the left and right halves of
    • than we find that the left half grows brighter and clearer than the
    • where the effects of their working are thrown together in confusion.
    • cannot pass this line; all he can do is to send his arrows of feeling
    • we find that the good Gods have thrown up a barrier against Lucifer;
    • arrows thence down into man. And his arrows are now arrows of will.
    • From left to right fly arrows of thought, from front to back arrows of
    • feeling and from above downwards as well as from below upwards, arrows
    • being we will speak tomorrow.
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    • thinking, but willing is still a child. When it grows a little older,
    • change; what is old can suddenly grow young again and vice versa.
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    • and growing in the tree
    • those whom sorrows burden,
    • crowns
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture II: The Art of Recitation and Declamation
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    • I see a lily on thy brow,
    • Looke, and to morrow
    • now is growne strong enough
    • And seems to one in drowsiness half
    • Drowned is reason that should me
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    • In sorrows torments, then, tyed to the pompes of
    • my request is crown’d with a willowe.
    • and one arrow.
    • arrow from a cross-bow,
    • Throws
    • Throws
    • Throws each portion to Tuoni,
    • With thy cross-bow and thine arrow,
    • Featureless heads discrowned of hate and love,
    • Sorrowful sat in the Hall of the Hart, the Dane
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    • different soul-contents. We shall feel every gradation, from sorrow
    • Isis, crowned with flowers
    • overgrown with azure moss and flowers
    • Thy voice, and suddenly grow gray
    • souls in image-form. In the same way a shadow thrown onto the wall
    • imaginings contains the shadow thrown there by imagination.
    • the level of his ordinary life, whether in sorrow or in inwardness,
    • ANTONY (having thrown
    • When thou’rt contracted in thy narrow
    • from the fair courts of life, to throw open before him in an
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VI: Speech-Formation and Poetic Form
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    • not with thy howers my loves faire brow,
    • frieze of fabulous creatures winged and crowned,
    • grows within the tree;
    • who are sorrow-laden,
    • thrown into a contradiction of inner experience. The second strophe
    • Browsing on clover as sweet as the
    • darter of arrows,
    • Even as over the rest uplifting her brows and
    • to Peers thei drowen,
    • grows on the water, close, thundery, and thronging,
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture V: Poetry and Recitation
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    • thrown upward into configurations of thought, is what we can admire
    • grasse which groweth
    • In the morning it flourisheth, and groweth
    • sorrow:
    • Like unto a dreame they grow:
    • hearb that early groweth,
    • With thy fury overthrowne
    • Trembling lest it grow impure;
    • shrowd
    • need not grow less poetic because our presentations take us into
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VII: The Uttering of Syllables and the Speaking of Words
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    • rather narrow sense) topical, in being a poem dedicated to Easter.
    • In both consumes and grows by earthly
    • great All to grow divine.
    • Grows warm in the motionless motion of his
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VIII: The Interaction of Breathing and Blood-Circulation
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    • grows absorbed in his own way in what he terms Greek art (it was
    • earth the crowne and rule to take:
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • which throw up their waves into our conscious life, while they work
    • with a deep ocean. The depths of this oceanic soul-life throw up
    • the Son or the Logos that which works in the subconscious and throws
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    • resort is had to the familiar formula that when a clever man grows
    • gets away from his ego, who is so dependent upon his narrowly limited
    • how the Tempter has grown into a powerful Being who is behind all the
    • Initiation, the fear that wrung from His brow the Bloody Sweat. That
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • the next few days will be to throw light, as far as is possible in
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    • physical body. We are told that the physical body is thrown off, is
    • loved and valued the human body, and underwent the deepest sorrow
    • ‘Birth is sorrow, sickness is sorrow, old age is sorrow, death
    • is sorrow!’ The underlying thought in this kernel of Buddhism
    • to the pain of existence, to the sorrow of existence. Only one way of
    • Buddha: to become free from external existence, to throw off the
    • throwing off. We note that the active feeling here is the reverse of
    • the almond-fruit which grows on the tree, and reflect that out of
    • out of that seed the tree has grown, and the almond-fruit upon it.
    • as sorrowful when the bodily form had to disappear with death.
    • mean? To die means to throw off the physical body. External Maya
    • and tomorrow we will approach it by asking: How is the impulse given
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    • intoxication with beauty had grown, Paul appeared, he who first
    • etheric and astral bodies were still invisible, man was thrown down
    • From this starting-point we will continue to-morrow.
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • the thoughts, are thrown back by the sheath of the physical body.
    • thought that the Ego would grow dark and dim; this Ego which is
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    • Hence we see the Zarathustra-individuality growing up in such a way
    • evolution of humanity — this will be our subject tomorrow.
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    • shall see tomorrow how this relationship to Christ takes form in the
    • building-stones for it during past years. We will crown our
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • which surprise us in his Gospel. The great, majestic, crowning
    • Crowning with Thorns; The Mystic Death; The Burial; the Resurrection;
    • person concerned should gaze upon the plant, which grows out of the
    • one can experience the Crowning of Thorns, the Mystic Death, and so
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    • would have been thrown back into himself, nor could he have found any
    • grow in goodness, strength and wisdom and will gaze with ever
    • growing into something you would otherwise not have become. That is
    • the earth — which in the course of evolution had grown ever
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    • to the Christian Mystery. Light will then be thrown on many a passage.
    • they had on their heads crowns of gold. And out of the throne
    • their crowns before the throne saying, “Thou are worthy, O Lord,
    • upon the horse, will come and who, as king adorned with the crown,
    • he that sat on him had a bow, and a crown was given unto him, and he
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    • “sought,” but was looked for as the natural growth of the
    • soul, and attains his crown and his glory as the orator of the things
    • attain to the crowning glory of human life, to the loftiest
    • into a cellar and then make them grow under electric light, possibly
    • each other. One throws the other down or punches his chin so
    • as the crown of the choral dance. Out of what he experienced from the
    • lute in the right way. This was, as it were, the crown of the process
    • would enkindle song. And thus the crowning climax, zither-playing and
    • has been raised to-day and will be developed to-morrow.
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    • the seventh year the human being grows and develops according to
    • Nature-principles, as it were. The Nature-forces of growth, the being
    • the bodily pressure and impulses to a certain extent grow less
    • develop. The body grows weaker, the soul stronger, as it were.
    • with it in the first seven years of life. It can grow up in the
    • forces of growth which have developed in the child up to the seventh year,
    • child was led on by the elemental forces of growth to the time of the
    • is really a paradox to modern man, but he must, none the less, grow
    • with the growth of the impulse of human freedom which is at present
    • one has manifestly thrown away? It was all preserved truly in
    • a few words and postpone until to-morrow's lecture the consideration
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • that we grow beyond abstract and theoretical ideals.
    • innermost spirituality of the child. The growth-forces of the teeth
    • teeth, which had, at first, the independent task of growing in
    • growth-forces of the teeth free themselves and become the force of
    • years. Just as we must seek in the growth-forces of the teeth, in the
    • joy, of sorrow and of pain that express themselves in the child still
    • denotes a certain climax of growth, so at the close of the subsequent
    • bodily growth and development; but this is only the external aspect.
    • thus united in education. Light is thrown not only on the question of
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • of growth.
    • “grown-up” when they have reached the age of fourteen or
    • upwards, whereas before this age all the force of his growth and
    • ask ourselves: Why do we educate? Why is it that the animals grow up
    • grow. Some day people will be able to observe how the inner force of
    • formations, the forces lying in the growth of plants and all natural
    • and how it had to prepare for a growth of the inner impulse of
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    • he cannot throw off, from rheumatism, gout, and so on. Everything of
    • this; he wants to listen to true speech, the speech of grown men and
    • doll. Rather should we be able to throw ourselves into the child's
    • pictures of what grown-up people do.
    • organism to grow strong in this way, he will develop in later life
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    • intellectual powers in the child we arrest growth; but we liberate the
    • forces of growth if we approach the intellect by way of art. For this reason
    • that many grown-up people are too inwardly rigid. They seem to walk about
    • grow up to be a civilized human being. As a rule movements which
    • grown-up people practice are considered the best, for since the
    • ideal is that the child should grow up an exact copy of his elders,
    • and love feels it to be true. Our sense of beauty grows in the right
    • teacher himself loves it. Then we grow up, not bound hand and foot by
    • growing human being a work of divine creation. There is no more
    • God Himself. The growing human being is indeed His most splendid
    • manifestation. If we learn to know this growing human being not
    • faculty of true observation. This will grow into an inner moral
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    • a purely mental concept. On the other hand, a healthy growth will
    • us. The hair by itself is nothing; it cannot grow of itself and has
    • solely in the fact that it grows on the head of a man, or on the skin
    • to describe how the whole of its growth is finally concentrated in the
    • seed vessels from which the new plant is to grow.
    • trunk of a tree. On this plant that has grown out of the earth, other
    • plants grow — the branches. The child thus realizes that the
    • grow like branches.
    • tree that has already crumbled to dust, from which the plants grow
    • or mushroom-like growth. We now explain how a plant like a
    • been given living ideas of the growth of the plants, we can pass on
    • yellow flowers abound; in others the plants are stunted in their growth,
    • we enclosed a hand for instance in an iron glove, it could not grow.
    • no quality of growth. Now the human being must grow as his organism
    • grows. The child must be given mobile concepts, concepts whose form
    • living in Nature. Then he will develop in a body which grows as
    • Nature herself grows. We shall not then be guilty, as educational
    • incapable of growth. We shall foster a living growing soul in harmony
    • with a living, growing physical organism and this alone can lead to a
    • by virtue of his strength of will. The will grows inwardly strong if
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    • child's development at the successive stages of growth. I have
    • minerals and rocks. The plants as they grow out of the earth are in
    • must be introduced. (I shall be speaking more of this in to-morrow's
    • at the Waldorf School we are not so narrow-minded as to look down in any
    • destiny has grown beyond man's control simply because education has not
    • document in all the world. What he gains from this reading grows into
    • quite wrong. Anthroposophy has been given for grown-up people; one
    • speaks of Anthroposophy to grown-up people, and its ideas and
    • to take what is destined for grown-up people in anthroposophical
    • as given to grown-up people is naturally not introduced into the Waldorf
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    • to-morrow's lecture I will explain how this is achieved in Eurhythmy.
    • notices a child growing paler and paler. Another child may lose his
    • child who grows paler and paler must therefore be relieved, whereas
    • School, the child, the growing human being, is handled according to
    • during the period of growth, are given an impulse that proceeds from
    • grows from a sense of inner responsibility. This power will increase
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    • lectures investigate every aspect of the child's growth in its threefold
    • possible to see whether the growing child is being educated in
    • hourly, we are forced to observe with sorrowing heart, the fact
    • week by week how the features grow more and more defined, and
    • Such a man, in growing old, changed in respect of his bodily
    • we know how the divine-spiritual springs up and grows out of
    • will never outgrow such a teacher, as is so often the case
    • it, and the pupils then outgrow their teacher.
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    • lectures investigate every aspect of the child's growth in its threefold
    • plant, if you introduce some substance into the growing shoot
    • grows out of them. It is quite natural that every teacher
    • the change of teeth signifies for the growing child. It is only
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    • lectures investigate every aspect of the child's growth in its threefold
    • grow into the outer world. And the conclusion of this process
    • of the physical organism growing into the outer world is
    • organism completes the process of growing into the world.
    • While the human being is growing into the physical, earthly
    • row” himself towards it; his whole body was then
    • the child grows into the world during the first, second, third
    • has been exposed to things suitable only to grown-up people and
    • the same way as to a grown-up person; but we must nevertheless
    • what this means for a child! When they are grown-up, people
    • activity is constantly stimulated. He does not “grow into
    • afterwards. I shall also speak tomorrow about how to lead over
    • literature must be allowed to grow gradually out of the living
    • Question: There are grown-up people who seem to have
    • grown, fully developed plant usually has root, stalk, with it
    • who are outgrowing authority, who do not recognise any such
    • must be outgrown through the kind of understanding and discernment
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    • lectures investigate every aspect of the child's growth in its threefold
    • physical body and are active in its nourishment and growth. In
    • change of teeth in the forces of growth and nourishment; the
    • nature and life-conditions without considering it as growing
    • growing on the head; it cannot be studied for itself. It
    • is. The plants belong to the entire growth of the earth, in the
    • is growing out of the root, shooting up into stalk, leaves and
    • the plant is growing. But now, think of a tree. The tree lives
    • can see the earth flourishing and growing when we see the
    • growing tree. This is why what surrounds the root of the plant
    • earth in which it grows. Both belong together. And one should
    • such a way that the growth of plants does not degenerate.
    • famous comparison of Einstein) thrown with the speed of light
    • with the soil and plant growth as a whole, so that the child
    • grow with his growth, for by these methods he is treated as a
    • being who does not grow. But we should not awaken in the child
    • ideas which cannot grow with him, for then we should be doing
    • Everything in the human being grows, including his power of
    • comprehension; and so the concepts must grow with him. We must
    • old. The concept has not grown with the child; he paid careful
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    • lectures investigate every aspect of the child's growth in its threefold
    • etheric body which is the source of growth and the forces of
    • nourishment, the cause whereby the child grows bigger; when one
    • also all the other mess thrown there. At 11 years old he still
    • there is a light, shadows are thrown by objects; where there is
    • “growing together” of the individualities of the
    • signify strength in the grown-up human being; they are
    • excellent in the grown up man or woman.
    • out of such teaching life-forces develop which continue to grow
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    • lectures investigate every aspect of the child's growth in its threefold
    • which the children are growing up. We need the inner support of
    • nonsensical ideas also has a healthy respect for every grown-up
    • helped to grow into true human beings within the social milieu
    • chemistry. Grown-up people often have no sense for a shining
    • ourselves for our work in education in the old, narrow sense,
    • through the narrow confines of our preconceived ideas and take
    • grows out of pleasure and displeasure; it is not instilled into
    • me, but grows out of pleasure and displeasure. This is the
    • deepest principle of life and growth in man; it weaves and
    • they will throw light on life's problems. It is just concerning
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    • may well be the result: The child grows pale and this is
    • its outer physical expression in a growing pallor, he will
    • metamorphosed force of growth; and to develop the forces
    • of growth and nourishment is just the same, albeit on a
    • for the power of growth and nourishment. The small child still
    • growth are transformed into a quality of soul, into memory, the
    • of growth may be better balanced, and so, perhaps, the teacher
    • this emancipated faculty. The child grows pale and the teacher
    • your memory; that is why you have grown so pale.” It is
    • understand that the growing pale is connected with what he has
    • child grows too pale it is because his memory has been
    • the forces of his growth and nourishment. In this case one must
    • it off today, so that the director may receive it tomorrow. I
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    • lectures investigate every aspect of the child's growth in its threefold
    • the formative forces, the forces which live in growth and in
    • although it, too, has growth and nourishment, and even to some
    • gradual development. We come to the concept of growth, of
    • and growing up, we can reckon that in the course of a century we
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    • lectures investigate every aspect of the child's growth in its threefold
    • represents what the growing human being should absorb. The Dada
    • should grow out of the way in which one learns to move the
    • if he learns to throw the discus skilfully. And when he learns
    • to throw the discus beyond the mark he will also comprehend the
    • however, because it was quite usual to throw the discus beyond
    • so the people had no idea of what was to grow out of the seed
    • began to grow. This is because man no longer understands the
    • poor tomorrow. For things take quite another course today than
    • they did formerly; today they pile up, tomorrow they are again
    • dissolved; human beings are thrown hither and thither in this
    • thrown out of the objective course of business life. I put this
    • the real and concrete and are growing ever more and more into
    • more and more, that we grow out of life, no longer grow into
    • Then the different branches of human life will grow together
    • only become apparent when life has been narrowed down to its
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    • lectures investigate every aspect of the child's growth in its threefold
    • educational art has grown up within the anthroposophical
    • itself. Up to now few activities have grown out of the
    • course, eurythmy has grown out of the anthroposophical
    • anthroposophists must grow an ever larger one. And if we call
    • the attempt was confined to the very narrowest limits. So it
    • she devoted herself to medicine. So here too medicine has grown
    • within it because its growth has come about through one
    • Waldorf School is growing, step by step. It now has about 800
    • children and between 40 and 50 teachers. Its growth is well in
    • Nevertheless anthroposophical education has grown out of the
    • beautiful thing in the world? Surely it is the growing,
    • growing human being with sacred, religious fervour and brings
    • The suggestion thrown into the meeting stirred the idealism of
    • when we should crown our work during the last school year, we
    • grown out of anthroposophy in accordance with
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    • must go on to make the child understand that grown-up people,
    • board and say to the child: “Now grown-ups have all this
    • can say: “Now I throw these paper shreds all together
    • grow as if of himself into what we desire to pass on to him,
    • impulse of becoming one with growing forces of the form itself.
    • — a child. In these days the vision of the growing being
    • that in the growing child there evolve gradually the ego and
    • we best serve the growth-system. If we teach the child in such
    • the individual grows better, he learns how to walk better, etc.
    • sorrows which move his whole being so that these still linger
    • children, to let the interest grow from the child's own
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    • barking or growling of the animal. Accordingly a theory was
    • because in our step we make a void, a furrow (Furche). Fuss is
    • action of making a furrow. The Romance languages derive
    • depends on the nature of our feelings to the growing human
    • being, on our reverence for the growing being as a mysterious
    • feeling: the growing being stands before us, but he is the
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    • act in accordance with nature when we allow the whole to grow
    • abstraction. We ought to produce already in the growing child a
    • the child's comprehension must be overthrown. It can naturally
    • cultivated in the growing child. In poetry the child should
    • grows up into a social order in which he is tyrannized over by
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    • grown-ups, the big people, and you will have seen that they can
    • who have already grown older. Without awakening this sense in
    • “Look how grown-ups have books and can read. You cannot
    • learn from them what the grown-ups learn from these books.
    • Grown-ups can write letters to each other, too; in fact, they
    • the grownups can calculate. You do not know at all yet
    • respect, for the grown-up, it is important to pass on to
    • development of the will of the growing being.
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    • “Look; when the grown-ups want to write down what a bath
    • us see; you know what grows outside in the fields or on the
    • the vine? (Rebe). The grown-ups write Rebe like this: REBE. Now
    • necessity for reverence, respect for grown-up people, to the
    • fact that he is growing up to an already finished life, which
    • in the child the feeling that the grown-ups, whom one must
    • the adjustment of the growing child to the grown-up people
    • is how the grown-ups write; that is, you build here, too, on a
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    • growing child. Clearly our principles and methods of teaching
    • — for the will cannot be forced by simply throwing the
    • the growing child. Consequently, he will have to accept, among
    • growing child if you cannot estimate the influence on him of
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    • the children have grown familiar with natural history in
    • cylindrical body and to the fine velvety growth of hair. Then
    • not need limbs grown on to the body, the mouse needs limbs
    • grown on. The cuttle-fish is sensitive in itself, in its own
    • mouse has. Nor does it need such large grown-on limbs as the
    • grow new again from inside, and the tooth-substance is
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    • kingdoms. A tremendous amount of harm is done to the growing
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    • that it is growing green. And only then go on to let the child
    • “the grass is growing green.” Lead him on to
    • transform this sentence “the grass is growing
    • subject: “The meadow grows green.”
    • process their thoughts are borrowed to a greater extent from
    • raining,” “it grows green” to “the
    • meadow is growing green,” or if you evolve grammar and
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    • civilization. Civilization will continue to grow unhealthier
    • but I will now assume rather ideal conditions and throw light
    • one side of our figure (follow the arrow). Now I take another
    • arrow). So I have set up a square composed of the two triangles
    • you do the same on the other side (follow the arrows to the
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    • surroundings in which he has grown up and with which he is
    • rivers with blue and the mountains with brown chalk. But then
    • between the growth and development of villages at
    • to the child what grows down in the valley, what grows further
    • up, and what grows at the very top. You approach vegetation
    • grow; the composition of the soil in which wheat grows, in
    • which rye grows, etc. You have already taught the child, of
    • the plough, of the harrow, etc., in connection with his
    • scythe, drawn a furrow with a little plough, will be a
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    • to pay up to-morrow!” That is, as pupils of the first
    • impression on the consciousness of the growing children. I am
    • tremendous boon to the growing child, particularly from the
    • has grown up recently, healthier conditions may be brought
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    • In winter we say: ‘It is brown.’ In spring we say: ‘It is
    • that is of great benefit to the growing child. The first school
    • against the well-being of the growing child. But we shall
    • amount is thrown away and sacrificed. In fact, many
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    • nature of the growing being and you will find, relatively
    • last school years of the growing being. Here you can still
    • food-instincts, of the instinct of growth, etc. Later you can
    • to the growing child chiefly conventionalities, writing,
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    • growing being, from a psychological point of view, and if you
    • particular the growing child. In all questions of method they
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    • that it is a different sleep from that of the grown-up person. What
    • To-morrow we will begin with the subject of education proper.
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    • be found in the spinal marrow; for instance, when one nerve passes in
    • towards the posterior horn of the spinal marrow and another passes out
    • marrow. At these places where the nerves are interrupted we unite
    • the germ for the preservation of oxygen, for continuous growth,
    • further of this to-morrow.
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    • hand. Now the psychological science of our time is a very weak growth.
    • out from himself the higher animals, to throw them off, as it were, so
    • this throwing out: imagine a solution where something is being
    • dissolved. Plants, also, which would long ago have ceased to grow are
    • enabled, thanks to these forces, to go on growing to-day. And it is
    • bone. If during the process of growth bone develops a wrong
    • between the nerve marrow, the nerve substance, and the bone marrow,
    • but is arrested on its way. To-morrow we shall link up the thoughts we
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    • It is only in man that desires grow into a true motive of will. It is a
    • everything intellectual is will grown old, will in its old age. Thus
    • by getting him to do something to-day and to-morrow and again
    • and both of you do the same to-morrow and the day after.” And
    • We will go further into this to-morrow. I wanted to show to-day that
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    • therefore grown together with it much more, and hence he is much more
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    • growing child.
    • ascending smoke: the very moment you light the paper ball and throw it
    • will say: knowing in images descends in the direction of arrow 1 into
    • inspirations, and it comes up again out of intuitions (arrow 2). But
    • this knowing, which is indicated by arrow 1 is the descent into the
    • direction of arrow 2, it is nearer for intuitive willing to come to
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    • that willing and feeling have grown together in the child. When the
    • feeling have grown together within him, and willing stands apart,
    • feeling from willing; then in a later period of life as a grown man or
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    • If you yourselves have a well developed knowledge of the growing
    • into a kind of hygiene of the growing child.
    • will not follow the life of the human being as he grows and develops.
    • child grows older. If you do this you will be implanting live concepts
    • aim not to destroy anything in the growing human being, but to teach
    • midst of them, this too is planted in the growing child.
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    • and spirit. We have at least thrown some light on these two aspects.
    • what I do with every growing child, the way I work with him, has
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    • to physical growth.
    • the body's structure and growth. Thus, before we pass on in the
    • remaining lectures to a description of the human body, we will throw
    • has been helping himself forward by imitating grown-up people, and he
    • work. The child has to grow. Yes, he must grow, and while educating
    • him you should realise that he must grow rightly. What does this mean?
    • disturb the child's growth. You must not effect a disturbance of his
    • growth; rather your teaching and education should only be such as is
    • compatible with the child's growth. What I am now saying is of special
    • teeth to adolescence — there takes place life-development, growth
    • educating the child, he is growing and evolving through his chest
    • accelerate growth? It is within your power, to a certain extent, so to
    • affect the healthy growth of the child, by way of the soul, that he
    • child's growth in an unhealthy way, so that he will remain short and
    • of human growth. You must have this insight from the point of view of
    • Now how can we gain an understanding of the growth forces from the
    • that all that accelerates the growing forces of the human being, or
    • human being, within certain limits, to grow tall and thin. And if we
    • over-stimulate his imagination and fantasy we retard his growth.
    • knows if some child or other has not grown as much as he should during
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    • kingdom would suddenly grow up in man. It really could grow there.
    • could let the whole vegetable world grow up in you. You would have the
    • check the plant-like growth as soon as it begins to arise within him.
    • grow in us shall be cast out to form its kingdom outside us — in
    • must be sought in this tendency towards plant growth in man. Naturally
    • it is not true plants that grow, for after all the human interior is
    • growth of the plant kingdom, and then man becomes ill.
    • lath here would carry out the movement indicated by the arrow in the
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    • throws itself against the destructive onset of spirit and soul, and
    • thrown back upon itself. In spiritual work the activity of the body is
    • increasing growth of things which would tend indeed to have an
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    • neglecting to bring imagination continually into the growing power of
    • This, in turn, throws light on what the teacher must be himself. He
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    • grown-up person. Perhaps it will take the form of a great love and
    • attachment felt for some grown-up person. But we must understand how
    • alive as our limbs are alive. The child's hand is small. It must grow
    • them in thirty years' time when grown-up — in the same form as in
    • grow. The Waldorf School does not aim at being a school, but a
    • Then, when the child has outgrown the stage of authority, when he has
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    • grow naturally into a spiritual treatment of the child. But our
    • child has grown into an older man or woman, or attained old age. He is
    • to a philosopher) — what is thus given can grow into the right
    • if we were simply speaking of a grown man? An observer of life finds
    • not only younger and more grown-up children, but childish and grown-up
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    • sorrow. In the mature man the physical consequences of the experiences
    • sadness becomes a habitual and continuous state, the sorrowful person
    • The child who is growing up in the company of the adult is an
    • adult. The child cannot imitate the soul content of the sorrow, but it
    • imitates the physical effects of the sorrow. And the result is that,
    • aptitude for perceiving everything that is sad or sorrowful. Such is
    • to educate this very intelligent individual that he may grow up to be
    • sorrow and grief, then through one's sorrowful bearing one is damaging
    • our sorrow overflow into the child we damage its digestive system. You
    • child has to look at a face that is furrowed with grief, this affects
    • whole world of morality, — he has to grow up to it. And this he
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    • year girls begin to grow at a quicker rate than the boys. Growth in
    • boys is held back. Girls overtake the boys in growth. When the boys
    • their growth. Thus just at that stage the boys grow more rapidly.
    • show him an animal with hair growing upon it, and not produce a hair
    • and after that show him how plants live and grow upon the earth.
    • Instead of placing one bean after another beside the child, we throw
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    • connection with the country-side where they grow, these ideas go into
    • The teacher sees everything, sees what goes on in the rows of children
    • But if we confront him outwardly with his own sorrow and trouble and
    • digestion, and growth, from coming into his head. It is not in the
    • grow calmer. When the teacher begins to dance — but please do not
    • nature. On the other hand I shall speak to-morrow upon the painting
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    • of particular parents. He has grown up as the product of the social
    • environment. One has to know the parental milieu in which he has grown
    • being thrown from one thing to another, — they have for example,
    • year's work. In this manner, the child grows right into a subject.
    • us. (Wooden doll.) The things are just as they grow from the
    • Now in the top classes which, at the present stage of our growth,
    • the top and the bottom. It is necessary that the child should grow
    • When the child is at home in the element of colour, he grows to feel
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    • and the growth and development of its physical organism.
    • it is a wonderful thing to see the deep relationship which has grown
    • Anthroposophy grows truly out of all the sciences, and out of life and
    • continually changing veils, constantly throwing off the veils, putting
    • could make more figures; for instance Joy, Sorrow, Antipathy, Sympathy
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    • grow more vigorously and, particularly, to shoot up in height. Boys
    • growth is delayed until round about puberty. After that, the boys
    • knowledge, this is of great significance. For growing, the overcoming
    • of the earth's gravity by growth, engages the fundamental being of
    • he also begins to grow more than the girls do. He grows in all
    • directions. He makes up for the delay in his growing. At the same time
    • beset him as it were, while his body grows more delicate. And so at
    • quickened growing, there has been a preparation in the organism, which
    • prepared to find a thing completely different to-morrow from what it
    • one usually thinks in the evening: to-morrow the sun will rise and
    • prejudice from the past, is it possible to apprehend growth and
    • And this accounts for the gulf there is nowadays between grown-up
    • growth or a process of digestion, but a catabolic process, a breaking
    • thinking in mere ideas forces man to use once again what he has thrown
    • fanaticism, and confront purely the reality of the growing child.
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    • notice for example that some child, for that matter a grown up person,
    • this particular exercise would be very good for this. When grown-ups
    • had here in front of you a really corpulent person. If a child or grown-up
    • we will practice tomorrow in respect to the consonants. The consonantal
    • tomorrow, very special sorts of movements and it lies within these forms
    • child or a grown-up carry out something having to do with consonants,
    • is the essential thing and tomorrow we will speak about it further.
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    • deepened physiologically and psychologically tomorrow, considering the
    • and grown-ups too, into smaller and larger animals. With such exercises
    • narrowed and the lips can vibrate. You can see that in speaking one
    • first in growth, in the forming of man, in his configuration, become
    • of sounds tomorrow, I would like to speak in closing of something
    • You see, that is a metamorphosis of the word “Furche” (furrow)
    • furrow when one walks. The pictorial element in language has been
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    • to request that the corresponding session tomorrow follow the other
    • directly, after a short pause. Tomorrow will be the last eurythmy session
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    • growing person as it occurs naturally. You are calling upon the forces
    • of growth in the human being. You are working directly into the person's
    • forces of growth. If the person is still a child and shows signs of
    • being retarded in his growth, you can stimulate his growth in this way.
    • If the person is no longer a child, and the forces of growth have already
    • however, cannot contribute to his growth since the human organism is,
    • of course, fully developed. We can expedite a child in his growth or
    • combat his abnormal growth by having him do eurythmy. In the case of
    • the fully-grown person the inner organism presents too great a resistance
    • to the outer organism for us to be able to make him grow. Nevertheless,
    • we can still introduce these forces of growth. The result is that they
    • goes out to the forces of growth in the growing child or to the plastic
    • grown adult.
    • would be done calls forth rhythmic activity in the growing child that
    • our consideration of eurythmy as such here. Tomorrow there will be two
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    • being conscious of them, reveal themselves in the phenomena of growth,
    • in the plastic phenomena of growth. If we ascend to inspiration, we come
    • that his growth
    • nature is growing uncontrolledly? It means that the plastic
    • “a twelve and three-quarter-year-old boy whose growth in height
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    • through curative eurythmy is thrown back into the organism, and one
    • as possible during the day. When the person is still growing this can
    • A proviso for the development and growth of the spiritual-scientific
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    • EURYTHMY has grown up out of the soil of the Anthroposophical
    • the Anthroposophical Movement, which have grown up in such a way that
    • the creative powers of the universe, so that very much more grows out
    • the formative forces and the forces of growth. At the height of Greek
    • art of Eurythmy could only grow up out of the soul of Anthroposophy;
    • with pronounced gesture. As a result of this the habit has grown up,
    • thrown into the air, or allowed to fall again or to fly out in waves
    • on this lecture without a break into the lecture of to-morrow morning.
    • introductory lecture will be practically realised for you to-morrow,
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    • carrots alone. Carrots are the root of the plant. They grow down in
    • It grows in the earth, but it is not so strongly related to the earth.
    • horse eats his oats almost as they grow. Animals eat their kernels of
    • stem and grows above the ground in the air, still has root forces in
    • forces for it to unfold; it grows toward the sun. So we can say, the
    • growing on the trees — ah! those we don't have to bother to cook
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    • else is grown but potatoes, where the people live on potatoes.
    • But everyone gets arteriosclerosis to a small degree. One can't grow
    • in the rest of the body, then — well, if one is growing old properly,
    • the etheric body is growing stronger and stronger (I've spoken of this
    • grownups too, are sometimes forced to eat food that is not good for
    • hunting for a garden where there are carrots growing, and then you'll
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    • attend tomorrow's concert, my dear friends, with an attitude to
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    • a general foundation, and tomorrow I shall go into a few things that
    • forces of growth and so on. Though physical forces take hold of the
    • We shall continue in more detail tomorrow.
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    • the fourth. He beholds himself from outside, as it were (to borrow an
    • given a narrow circle of the musical element. Out there in the cosmos
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    • Harper & Rowe, New York, 1981.] As you know, human beings of that
    • conviction must grow in us that we must return to that human soul
    • arid in his soul; the arts, grown one-sided, would dull his soul; and
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    • would not have made such a remark to Woodrow Wilson! To Woodrow Wilson
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    • this is so gives rise to many reflections in regard to the growth and
    • exclusively within their own narrow circles, in order to exploit it in
    • spiritual world, and thus make it possible for those within narrowly
    • is already crowded.
    • these difficulties will grow. And as in the immediate future we shall
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    • grief, sorrow or delight. But you can discover this if you converse
    • in tomorrow's lecture, namely the life of Jesus of Nazareth
    • Tomorrow we shall
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    • centuries. For all those who were bowed down with sorrow or suffering
    • if light is to be thrown on this momentous proclamation. Above all we
    • with the sufferings and sorrows of others — this consciousness
    • will grow steadily stronger. But there were epochs in the past when
    • sufferings and sorrows. Confined to his father's palace, shielded
    • Guarded from childhood against all knowledge of sorrow and suffering
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    • must wait until to-morrow before asking how the various facts to be
    • the sheath that is detached from the growing human being at puberty
    • rudimentary form gradually make their appearance. The child grows
    • not allow him to grow up as other children normally do.
    • out of strength simply means ‘growing old’. Civilization after
    • of this we shall say more tomorrow.
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    • reincarnation of Zarathustra was destined to grow up near the child
    • written in the old Law but had grown old in civilization and had been
    • Jesus-children growing up. The son of Joseph and Mary of the Nathan line
    • now growing up as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’ bore within him the
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    • later on, when the tree has grown and bears flowers, refuses to believe
    • message intended to lead men out of the narrow ties of
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    • of those who strive to understand Christianity in its living growth
    • happen that when a man is in danger of drowning, or sustains a
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    • Christ. He poured love itself into men and it will grow from strength
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    • grow. To this end provision was made that at the right times there
    • ‘childlike’ part and also a ‘grown’ part in man.
    • me and I know that when they grow strong enough they will pervade all
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    • people now grow up. They are born to parents who are French or
    • unthought, that their children will, of course, grow up like
    • strong enough to assert itself against what one has grown into in
    • supplemented by surrounding what one has unconsciously grown into
    • mainstream of life have grown into their existence.
    • spiritual ambitions they outgrow their environment, and are thus
    • make themselves at home, are homeless souls, and grow beyond the
    • warmth of the nest much more than they grow into it. This latter
    • rapidly growing evidence of a longing in homeless souls for an
    • Tomorrow I will try to lead you further in this process of
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    • theosophy. But we will only be able to throw some light on that if
    • borrowed from medieval concepts, as was perhaps the astral body. But
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    • which he had outgrown, led him to adopt such a strong anti-christian
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    • orientation. I wish to throw a little more light on this
    • souls. All of this could be anticipated: the rapidly growing evidence
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    • it began to grow at a very fast pace, relatively speaking, and we
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    • today and tomorrow to provide an interpretation of the conditions
    • the limelight the opposition would inevitably grow.
    • same. Something had affected them which should not grow on the ground
    • to grow with every passing day. If it does so, there can be no doubt
    • This feeling of responsibility is something which has to grow as
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    • wither away, new ones grow. But if you pick the roses and allow the
    • existing circumstances. That development had been fully outgrown in
    • growing number of people. Then knowledge and ethics, artistic and
    • case so far, then I appeal to you: start tomorrow, start tonight for
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    • touching upon the actual subject matter of these lectures tomorrow I
    • and towards autumn they ripen and bear fruit. We see them grow, fade
    • period of time and thus would bear new growing-points on their stems.
    • And it is given to man to observe how these plants grow, fade and
    • or some conception borrowed from the ancient or later Mysteries
    • follow the organic growth of the plant from root to blossom and seed
    • plants grow out of the mineralized Earth, where minerals begin to
    • Marduk-Micha-el into shining stars, all that grows out of the
    • rather than as a narrow materialist to promote the welfare and
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    • reflection of their own growth to maturity. They felt themselves to
    • are as clever as grown-ups and everyone seems equally clever,
    • verdant meadows pied with flowers growing out of the mineral
    • we can look down upon the growing plant-cover of the Earth as
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    • we see growing out of the Earth are a reflected image of that majesty
    • resistance and the plants grow up out of the Earth. In the case of
    • which it rests. Consciousness has left the body through the crown
    • below are their reflected images. Crowning all is the centre of the
    • something floods our whole inner being; our response grows more
    • eyes, a fourth, that reaches out into the universe, at the crown of
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    • help to throw further light upon what I have already
    • call “nature” and many, it must be admitted, have grown
    • which had suffered irreparable loss. And the growing realization of
    • this loss filled their hearts with tragic sorrow.
    • with her, sorrow and tragedy were written on their faces.
    • this life, growth and proliferation. How different was a science that
    • that the men of sorrowful countenance were aware of this and that it
    • total blank. It was still crowded with experiences. When referring to
    • the stars, in the rays of sunshine, in the moonbeams and the growing
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    • issuing from the mountain, growing ever larger, and gives an
    • environment on Earth. With his increase of stature he has grown into
    • consciousness, but, if we wish to do so, we must throw off its
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    • are situated in Space — the front two rows of chairs and their
    • be possible you must have grown older. If you wish to make certain of
    • ordinary world grows dim and indefinite.
    • and in the course of our life we grow into them and are related to
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    • felt like a little child face to face with a grown-up, because one
    • point we will pursue our enquiries further tomorrow.
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    • wherever an autumn crocus is growing, a being of the kind I have just
    • deadly nightshade, grows by the roadside and if you transpose
    • crocuses are growing. In order to find the plants that bear the
    • spiritual vision we perceive forces of growth and development
    • but which grow up around the spiritualist circle, and from their
    • grows so lethargic that his body becomes wholly passive and
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    • further on these matters tomorrow.
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    • collapse and die. In fact we provide for the vigour, growth and
    • I have just described which seeks to throw light on the inner life of
    • to conclude this course of lectures I propose tomorrow to add as much
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    • namely, that as a rule people grow up in a social environment and
    • progressively grow and flourish: how they develop out of the
    • life of the physical and etheric bodies grows, develops and assumes
    • Christology can grow.
    • centuries the impulse towards music has been growing and
    • we grow into the configuration of the fifth, we reach the boundary of
    • attempted this within the narrow limits of a traditional framework.
    • and that these truths will grow and multiply and fertilize ever wider
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    • touching upon the actual subject matter of these lectures tomorrow I
    • and towards autumn they ripen and bear fruit. We see them grow, fade
    • period of time and thus would bear new growing-points on their stems.
    • And it is given to man to observe how these plants grow, fade and
    • or some conception borrowed from the ancient or later Mysteries
    • follow the organic growth of the plant from root to blossom and seed
    • plants grow out of the mineralized Earth, where minerals begin to
    • Marduk-Micha-el into shining stars, all that grows out of the
    • rather than as a narrow materialist to promote the welfare and
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    • reflection of their own growth to maturity. They felt themselves to
    • are as clever as grown-ups and everyone seems equally clever,
    • verdant meadows pied with flowers growing out of the mineral
    • we can look down upon the growing plant-cover of the Earth as
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    • we see growing out of the Earth are a reflected image of that majesty
    • resistance and the plants grow up out of the Earth. In the case of
    • which it rests. Consciousness has left the body through the crown
    • below are their reflected images. Crowning all is the centre of the
    • something floods our whole inner being; our response grows more
    • eyes, a fourth, that reaches out into the universe, at the crown of
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    • help to throw further light upon what I have already
    • call “nature” and many, it must be admitted, have grown
    • which had suffered irreparable loss. And the growing realization of
    • this loss filled their hearts with tragic sorrow.
    • with her, sorrow and tragedy were written on their faces.
    • this life, growth and proliferation. How different was a science that
    • that the men of sorrowful countenance were aware of this and that it
    • total blank. It was still crowded with experiences. When referring to
    • the stars, in the rays of sunshine, in the moonbeams and the growing
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    • issuing from the mountain, growing ever larger, and gives an
    • environment on Earth. With his increase of stature he has grown into
    • consciousness, but, if we wish to do so, we must throw off its
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    • are situated in Space — the front two rows of chairs and their
    • be possible you must have grown older. If you wish to make certain of
    • ordinary world grows dim and indefinite.
    • and in the course of our life we grow into them and are related to
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    • felt like a little child face to face with a grown-up, because one
    • point we will pursue our enquiries further tomorrow.
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    • wherever an autumn crocus is growing, a being of the kind I have just
    • deadly nightshade, grows by the roadside and if you transpose
    • crocuses are growing. In order to find the plants that bear the
    • spiritual vision we perceive forces of growth and development
    • but which grow up around the spiritualist circle, and from their
    • grows so lethargic that his body becomes wholly passive and
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    • further on these matters tomorrow.
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    • collapse and die. In fact we provide for the vigour, growth and
    • I have just described which seeks to throw light on the inner life of
    • to conclude this course of lectures I propose tomorrow to add as much
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    • namely, that as a rule people grow up in a social environment and
    • progressively grow and flourish: how they develop out of the
    • life of the physical and etheric bodies grows, develops and assumes
    • Christology can grow.
    • centuries the impulse towards music has been growing and
    • we grow into the configuration of the fifth, we reach the boundary of
    • attempted this within the narrow limits of a traditional framework.
    • and that these truths will grow and multiply and fertilize ever wider
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    • tomorrow where we have stopped today, and consider the
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    • more theoretical considerations and continue tomorrow with
    • explain the whole process tomorrow. At the moment I simply
    • grow together as one with the streaming volume of sounds.
    • grow and develop, that we are in a sense called upon to make
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    • ours. Just as we experience in our astral nature sorrow or
    • deeply inward way, leading beyond the narrow connections of
    • him out of and beyond the narrow limits of ordinary personal
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    • Thrown down to the ocean's depths,
    • On dizzy heights and narrow.
    • daylight grow shorter and shorter. And now in our time, when
    • we can picture as the days growing longer and longer, and we
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    • tomorrow.’ So the jury's session was to take place the
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    • grown accustomed to learning things through the
    • it, we shall notice that it comes to life in us and grows, it
    • and not less. Everything grows even more puzzling, which
    • off at the top, but they have a character of living growth
    • educated by grown-ups. What does the materialistic age
    • grown-up? Fundamentally speaking, the materialistic age sees
    • in both of them, both the grown-up and the child, only what
    • you get from a materialistic outlook, namely, a grown-up
    • grown-up is only maya, and seen from outside the child is
    • only maya too. There is something in the grown-up not
    • what is gradually unfolding in the growing child, as the
    • he repeats it word for word tomorrow. That is a purely
    • past it. You should not wait until people have grown old
    • Spiritual science proves that even if a person grows old
    • Tomorrow I will talk about other impulses of
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    • soul activity on it, we shall notice the thought growing
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    • course, that the spinal cord that encloses the spine marrow
    • these rings expanding so that the hole the marrow passes
    • it has grown considerably larger (and become the chimney).
    • here (a) it has shrunk to nothing instead of growing. Imagine
    • is a kind of exception. Whatever grows with the forces of
    • happen that this longing grows so strong during sleep, that
    • but that his greed grows to the extent that he partly takes
    • that dark shadows are thrown just where a strong light is
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    • grow. So we must go back to the soul and spirit of the man, which
    • in its present condition. The fact that plants grow on the lifeless
    • corpse decays, all sorts of tiny plants and tiny animals grow out of
    • growing out of it does not seem beautiful. But that is only because
    • what was growing on the corpse; we would have a whole world to admire
    • rock with plants growing, and so on, was originally entirely
    • however; if I were thrown into the fire my body would be destroyed
    • You see, plants seem to grow out of the earth, but if
    • the earth contained no water, no plants would grow; they need water
    • for their growth. There are also as you know, aquatic plants, and you
    • in his shoulder blades; if these were to grow out, he would be able
    • bones; we human beings have marrow-filled bones, very different from
    • the bones of the bird. Through the fact of our having this marrow a
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    • what had been dissolved in the fluid was now thrown out, forming
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    • of the decaying creature is mingled with the soil thrown up by the
    • excavate [arrow], and if you look merely at the stratification, then
    • of growths. He is then unconscious intermittently, and later it
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    • Now you must realize that when people dig and burrow
    • region of Siberia. Siberia shows through all its plant growth and so
    • that is the way we have grown into what we are today. When we are
    • is today, or at least somewhat less hard, people burrowed into the
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    • the population of the earth cannot be said to have grown.
    • growth of the plants is different and human beings have to live in a
    • grows quite old before one can write or in any way master the
    • and then we have to paint also the shadow the ball throws on the
    • I paint in such a way that the gentlemen sitting in the front row are
    • then there are two water-carriers! When everything is drowned in
    • plants growing out of the older one. This is how it was in the case
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    • grow down in the earth and have a large quantity of minerals. They
    • is not as earthy. It grows in the earth, but it is not so strongly
    • way animals eat them. A horse eats his oats almost as they grow.
    • though it is stem and grows above the ground in the air, still has
    • the strongest sun forces for it to unfold; it grows toward the sun.
    • apples, at the fruits growing on the trees — ah! those we don't
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    • where almost nothing else is grown but potatoes, where the people
    • One can't grow old without having it. If one gets it in the entire
    • is growing old properly, the etheric body is growing stronger and
    • hands. Children, grownups too, are sometimes forced to eat food that
    • a child hunting for a garden where there are carrots growing, and
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    • was ill (when he was still Crown Prince —
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    • coarse plant. It grows out of man like a kind of blossom, but it has
    • become coarse. It is a coarse flower that grows out of the human
    • — they look just like a nose. You find them growing everywhere.
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    • think of a whole year, you could not conceive of the plants growing
    • beings become fully grown? When do we stop in the process of our
    • people do not actually grow any more, but something is added
    • delicate conditions of growth and of life. Hence we can say: When,
    • Question: Do the herbs that grow on mountains
    • have greater healing properties than those that grow in valleys? If
    • mountain-plants are more valuable as remedies than those that grow in
    • plants growing in the valleys were just like those on the mountains,
    • are indeed those that grow on the mountains. Why is this? All you
    • grow with that in which valley-plants grow.
    • It is a very different thing if plants grow wild, in
    • taste, but they can grow to an enormous size — why, there are
    • herbs growing on mountains have far greater healing properties than
    • the giant strawberries are growing contains no iron; there the
    • things up for a sufficiently long time. It is a fact that by growing
    • of iron. The strawberry growing in the soil draws these traces of
    • soil where the rose grows wild contains a certain kind of oil —
    • is growing wild out there in the country, must work far and wide with
    • humus in the country soil where the rose grows wild. Humus is more
    • what will grow on it. Naturally, this is tremendously important for
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    • different form. Just as a human being grows old and changes, so the
    • sun and the whole planetary system will grow old and change.
    • succeed in producing better growing conditions. Through such
    • light being thrown off by them.
    • night, it is throwing off the light, it becomes phosphorescent. In
    • facts. It could just as well have said: “If the cock crows on
    • growling: there you have influences on the weather that come from the
    • your consciously throwing the sugar into the coffee. It lies in your
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    • by its being thrown together out of the universe.
    • they have not yet quite grown together. The earth actually consists
    • thrown together in the cosmos, mainly from the earth. What does that
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    • but it had split and was throwing off rarefied matter that came down
    • There was an astronomer called Littrow
    • came closer. Littrow reckoned quite correctly that in September 1872
    • been a serious matter. Such things do indeed happen. Littrow
    • meteors. Gradually through the centuries it is throwing off its
    • knowledge of it, but in the meantime I've grown older and I've
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    • forces of propagation. No being or creature would grow if the forces
    • of growth did not come from the sun. No human being would be able to
    • but this body is thrown off entirely, and after seven or eight years
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    • throws no light on the nature of rationality. Nor does Descartes in the
    • would throw light on man's inner life, just as it is possible to clarify his
    • sorrows of the soul; with knowledge that enables the human being to endure
    • bliss even if destiny brings him sorrow and suffering. If certain questions
    • purporting to throw light on the spiritual world. In earlier times, however,
    • throw light on the great riddles of existence. He will come to feel that
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    • being, whereby he ranks as the crown of earthly creation. These flowers here,
    • — can grow out of river-mud. For an earth-worm to come into existence,
    • Francesco Redi narrowly escaped the fate of Giordano Bruno,
    • joy and sorrow, of instinct, desire and passion. Let us look at a person on a
    • grow stronger and stronger and will then transmute the etheric body or
    • pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow, and can scarcely be perceived as an
    • (Saturn). Then the Titans are overthrown by the third generation of gods, led
    • overthrown by the son of a mortal. He will be succeeded in his rulership by
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    • arrive at narrow opinions, not at the truth. This is apparent also on a wider
    • how the soul of a child can be helped to develop and grow stronger, if we
    • light. The first man is frowning — why? In such cases the brow is
    • frown, but in his case the wrinkled brow is a means whereby the soul expands,
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    • pleasure and pain, of joy and sorrow, of all the inner experiences that surge
    • inwardly, his pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow, is reflected by the physical
    • recognise that it is confined within certain narrow limits. We can indeed
    • our powers growing through the corresponding interaction between the
    • enormously health-giving influence on human beings while they are growing
    • transformed into pleasure and pain, happiness and sorrow, thus becoming real
    • contours of the skull can indeed throw some light on character, but always in
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    • astral body, the bearer of desire and pain, pleasure and sorrow, of impulse
    • and passion. In addition we have a fourth part, one which makes man the crown
    • and grows from it, sends forth green leaf after green leaf and develops to
    • growth, without possibility of error, while man can deviate at any moment
    • unsought, within him. He must grow beyond himself, kill within him all that
    • right for him. He feels that to accept these communications would throw his
    • self, to drown in a flood of revelations. This has a significant shadow-side
    • he will tend to drown and to lose himself in it. Anyone who does not allow
    • materialistic haze can be thrown over the most ordinary occasions in daily
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    • for growth; it asks no why or wherefore; it flowers because it flowers and
    • of vegetable growth reaches its highest manifestation in the blossom and of
    • and sorrow, which he has in common with the animal kingdom. And we say, that
    • another example. If a child were to grow up on a desert island, far from any
    • existence. If he had grown up on a desert island, far from the human society
    • within us; we overcome narrow minded egoism and we enhance and enrich our Ego
    • around him, until he grows out of himself and accomplishes the birth of what
    • the “Nutbrown Maiden”, the “Tale of the New
    • may realise how he himself has grown up from it. Then he must learn to
    • death, sorrow and the hindrances in the world — this teaching, though
    • a human being should grow up in such a way that, on the one hand, he finds
    • growing boy should be educated, even down to his gestures and clothes, in a
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    • tomorrow? No. What then is it that constitutes a human being? The name and
    • The fruit now growing on the tree has the same name, but it is not your
    • now grows on the tree. Hence we must regard the fruit as his property. It is
    • he knew nothing of human suffering or sorrow; he was surrounded by nothing
    • the first time the pains and sorrows, all the shadow-side of human
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    • spirit is there. Neither the science of today nor the science of tomorrow can
    • during the wane, for he would have believed that the wool would then not grow
    • knows that the beard grows again during the wane. In this realm it is just as
    • The functions of growth, nutrition and reproduction in the plant are active
    • point we must emphasise is that man grows out of these external influences.
    • thrown light on a subject which cannot be further illuminated in public.
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    • pain, joy and sorrow, of instincts, desires and passions; this is just as
    • the bearer of pain and pleasure, of joy and sorrow, of all the surging power
    • joy and sorrow, desires, wishes; all these things stream into the sound and
    • its inward experiences, pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow and all the others,
    • step. But the inner experiences, such as joy and sorrow, by their nature have
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    • sorrow, terror and amazement, and also of all the ideas which flow into and
    • crown of creation. The ego works in the soul-life on its three components,
    • sorrow and pain much harder to endure.
    • we can see that a change in the breathing process occurs. When sorrow goes as
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    • hope, and to the whole gamut of pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow. We called
    • outer world. For the outer world is subject everywhere to growth and decline,
    • all ideas of growth and decline, of birth and death, are not applicable to
    • is mysticism?”, we must throw some light on the other path that can be
    • which throws light on the supposed conflict between monism and pluralism, so
    • thrown on mysticism if we assess it in relation to the method of spiritual
    • say: “Look at the plant; it grows up out of the soil and unfolds leaf
    • may lead him into error, wrong and evil. The plant grows according to its
    • has prepared himself in such a way that his inner being can grow out into the
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    • grow by itself, its own nature remaining unchanged. In opposition to this, we
    • there is such a thing as fear of something likely to happen tomorrow, or
    • the soul grows beyond itself. When the soul, on looking back over the past,
    • prayer, accordingly, leads us on the one hand to observe our narrowly
    • of itself, turns away from the narrow, selfish ego, and the storms of passion
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    • pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow, of all the emotions, images, thoughts and
    • there is the highest member of the human being which makes him the crown of
    • desires, passions, joy and sorrow, pleasure and pain. Thus it can be said
    • outside world. What we call pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow, sympathy or
    • in and out flooding experiences of the astral body — joy and sorrow,
    • the astral body as the bearer of pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow, of
    • the bearers of joy and sorrow, judgments, the imagination, etc., cannot
    • does not return to the dark lap of the earth in order to grow again the
    • physiognomy will have changed. But this occurs within very narrow confines.
    • always confined to the narrowest of limitations can only be understood if we
    • and sorrow at the death which will affect us, an objective view of the world
    • narrow margins. Two streams are active in cosmic development, as it were,
    • plausible to its narrow limited experience it can come into disharmony with
    • grows out of the human being and is in accord with this being.
    • development of the opportunity to grow beyond himself in the sense of the
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    • tyrannically positive towards grown-ups if it asserts its own inherent nature
    • he can grow into a world which is as unknown to ordinary people as the world
    • of light and colours is to the blind. Thus we have seen how the soul can grow
    • sympathise with others in their sorrows and feels their joys as his own, he
    • over another person, by what could happen on the morrow to someone with whom
    • and historical periods. The idea of positive and negative throws light into
    • everything we comprehend today we shall be able to surpass tomorrow and thus
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    • are confined to a very narrow range. Some even more materialistically-minded
    • a martyr of philosophy, whose death crowned and ennobled his philosophical
    • starting-points, we set out to throw light on the life of the human soul in
    • thrown on those primordial times by means of clairvoyance in the way already
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    • growing out of the primeval
    • details — that art, after having been a narrow stream flowing on high
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    • This evening and tomorrow I feel obliged to
    • observed esoterically. Tomorrow I will speak of the reasons why
    • Nazareth did — as I have just described — causes deep sorrow in
    • the soul. But this sorrow is transformed into love. And much
    • deep love in life is transformed sorrow of this
    • Deep sorrow, pain, has the capacity to
    • after he had left. What caused this effect was pain and sorrow
    • the forces of youth cease to grow and begin to decline. We are
    • Tomorrow we will see how the these events —
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    • in a narrow sense? Does it have an independent existence? It
    • growing from the human body, otherwise it is not possible for
    • for hair to exist without a head to grow on. It is important to
    • your strength, show what you can do as a man by throwing
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    • population of the earth cannot be said to have grown.
    • different there. The growth of the plants is different and human
    • the Chinese this is not so; in China one grows quite old before one
    • the shadow the ball throws on the ground. This is one of the
    • sitting in the front row are represented as being quite big,
    • are two water-carriers! When everything is drowned in water, the old
    • young plants growing out of the older one. This is how it was in the
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    • modern materialistic physicians. We grow to respect, deeply respect,
    • evolution have gradually grown into man's present form, together with
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    • i.e. until she is a complete full-grown insect, needs only
    • which they continue their growth within the earth-evolution and
    • grow to such dimensions. In the human head we have nerves,
    • grow into independent beings because Nature encloses them on all
    • As we grow older,
    • thus strongly to be recommended for people who are growing old.
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    • a full-grown Queen; then she creeps out. Nine days before this
    • restless. They are thrown into these chemical workings of the light
    • as they grow older. There is nothing especially remarkable in this,
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    • necessary; one can add the honey as the child grows older.
    • not perfect. They come out of the rock; they grow, as it were, out of
    • the earth permits crystals to grow out of itself which are hexagonal,
    • growing to a point. Within the earth there is thus the power to build
    • the silicic acid when it wants to grow spiky up above inside him. The
    • the child but not for the grown man. But to become adult is something
    • in the blood gets less and less. The child grows up, let us say to the age
    • of 30, and has grown up into a weak man. The writer of this article
    • when a man has grown older this honey force must be strengthened by that
    • other one grows pale, fear makes people pale. When one turns pale the
    • plants, or grow flowers in a pot, everything thrives with them, while
    • “If the cock crows on the dunghill the weather will change, or
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    • be tremendously increased in such cases. The calf grows up if it does
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    • certain plants. For example, the yellow crocus, which is grown in
    • amount of American clover is now planted; a clover which grows six
    • care should really be taken today not to grow plants for the bees
    • The whole growth
    • gall-apple, those little brownish coloured nuts or apples so often
    • egg. Now the grower of the figs is in his way a clever fellow; he
    • grower always starts this process in the spring; he first lets the
    • eggs of the wasp are thrown up and tied so that they remain hanging
    • this by-path, it is compelled during the stages of its growth, to carry
    • figs, the sweetened figs, grow on a tree which in a certain way,
    • certain growths similar to the honey cells, formed from the
    • of a tree, and in the place of the figs growing there, she puts honey
    • there tie the figs together, the figs pierced by the wasps, and throw
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    • fed so that growth is accelerated. Now the bees are creatures of the
    • The drones then appear as somewhat drowsy, but still approximately
    • and out and attend to these little cells, Then more rows of cells are
    • is really most interesting. When you go into a village you see a row
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    • grow round about, with the exception of one particular kind of grass. All
    • the new plants the moment they begin to grow; they will not have them
    • area nothing else is permitted to grow but just this one special kind
    • them; nothing else is allowed to grow there; all other plants are
    • bitten away. The grass which is allowed to grow becomes quite
    • different in character from the same grass where it grows further
    • away, where, for instance, it is growing in loose soil. In the
    • out again and run all about, and throw away all they do not want,
    • throw out. After all, we men do very much the same. These farming
    • discover their meaning, one must first say; we have the plants growing out
    • growing out of the present-day seeds, the plants, when we find the
    • changed. The plants have become our clearly outlined flowers which grow out
    • a rose growing out of the earth; here a rose petal, here another,
    • the character of the plants they grow there. Truly, gentlemen, a man
    • could not nourish himself with what grows there, for if a man were to
    • where trees have been cut down and young trees are growing up. Then
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    • it, and grows till it is ready to creep out. First we have the time when
    • wood-sorrel, or the common-clover that grows in the fields, extract
    • spirit. But when a man grows old and is unable to develop sufficient
    • throughout the preceding year. The seeds do not merely grow in
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    • Order tomorrow is a bad fellow” — that would
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    • organize; this grows. It is just in the nature of an organism
    • village communities were setting the pace, it had grown
    • when, with a growing plant, one were to say it should not be
    • allowed to come to fruition, it should grow further, it
    • should keep blooming on and on. — Then it would grow
    • grow, as his second teeth grow. From the imitation process
    • objective, and is not grown together with his body as another
    • inward growing together, not with language, but with
    • people live, where each one crows his own cock-a-doodle-doo
    • come about from the crowing. In reality, in free spiritual
    • of teachers, — into which the body of teachers grows,
    • live, where each one crows his own cock-a-doodle-doo from his own
    • crowing. In reality, in free spiritual life, harmony comes about
    • body of teachers grows, and in which it becomes more and more clear
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    • borrow money — this is, after all an economical aspect —
    • had to be the way they were because Lessing had grown out of certain
    • what it afterwards has to be in the lecture. Tomorrow, then,
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    • direction. I want to bring this out now before I shall talk tomorrow
    • is put to use, turned in such a direction that the verbal arrow hits
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    • sound-modulation. into this “growing round” and
    • about this point in particular one more time tomorrow: about
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    • thrown out, the whole process of listening is internalized.
    • Wilhelm IV was, as Crown Prince, a very witty man. His
    • Now the Crown Prince could not bear von
    • Klewiz. Once, at a court ball, the Crown Prince spoke to
    • — Yes, but, Your Royal Highness, the Crown Prince said
    • Crown Prince would not say such a thing, that I can't
    • What has the Crown Prince said? — He said to me: The
    • Royal Highness, that the Crown Prince meant me. —
    • Crown Prince come and we will hear how the matter stands.
    • The Crown
    • The Crown Prince said: Your Majesty, I am unable to remember.
    • that this inner conviction grows in you, it will become a
    • the world, not get entangled in narrow interests, but be
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    • in the narrower sense. We shall have to select typical representatives of
    • Science can throw light upon conceptions of earlier times. Not of course
    • be an evil being if he grew as the plant grows, unfolding its blossom
    • form of cognition, but which humanity had now outgrown. An inner, tragic
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    • thrown down, and the signs read from the special forms into which the
    • city of Rome. The heathen Augustine had grown up amidst these religious
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    • necessary for an observation of the soul life of the grownup
    • have established that the rate of growth differs between boys
    • that in certain phases he grows more slowly, while in the
    • same time period the girl grows faster. One can take notice
    • the soul motivates the growing process, how the soul of the
    • be able to see how the difference of growth rates between
    • different forces than those of a human being who grows
    • grow together with, be one with, the world around us, and we
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    • certain way one may admit this, but only in a very narrow
    • does this throw on the human constitution? Something living
    • this tomorrow.
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    • and algebraic mathematics to approach plant growth and plant
    • earth, or better said, which grows out of the earth.
    • with what is contained in the human formative force or growth
    • growth, the force that makes a child grow into an adult, that
    • makes limbs grow larger, that permeates the human being as an
    • active in the growth principle of the human being. This
    • connection with it give us insight at first into the growth
    • voluntarily to throw these imaginative pictures out of our
    • growth; in the second half it is changing through regression.
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    • bridge that is thrown across from what I have called
    • the brain grows similar in formation to the entity which
    • research to enter and throw light on all that cannot be
    • further tomorrow. Let us suppose we do not wish to move
    • form than it takes in the west; it grows out of something
    • has grown stronger in the course of human development. And
    • this element which has grown stronger has also become more
    • the human being has grown stronger on the inside, so to say
    • this as a foundation, we will continue our discussion tomorrow.
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    • the individual letters. For instance, when we have a row of
    • have solved a certain riddle posed by this row of individual
    • educate ourselves in phenomenology, to reach a “growing
    • grow increasingly interested in the outer world, and as a
    • to this tomorrow. But essentially what I have said holds
    • consciously into oneself, but again and again one is thrown
    • Tomorrow I
    • speak more about this tomorrow.
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    • forces correctly associated with growth, when directed
    • nature. But rather than lecture on a narrowly defined
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    • Otherwise, one could blithely throw assertions at anyone,
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    • century, has been raised with certain ideas that are outgrowths of the
    • need to know? Why not? As we become older we outgrow the need to play;
    • why, if we were justified in doing so, should we not simply outgrow
    • we can outgrow the need to explain like any other child's play, for
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    • tomorrow — but to a certain extent this is true even of warmth.
    • we are confronted with this fundamental question. Tomorrow we shall
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    • world of sense. Man would remain a more-or-less drowsy being, a being
    • loom that wove you during the first years of growth as a child here
    • Tomorrow we will want
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    • of what shall be said here today, and further substantiated tomorrow,
    • become too narrow and impoverished to subsist in reality, which they
    • within them with the extended mathematical representations. Tomorrow
    • that I shall describe tomorrow: claustrophobia, astraphobia, and
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    • changes, however — just as the plant, in growing, metamorphoses
    • with an inner sensation. This inner feeling can grow to the extent that
    • manifests itself in many people in a frightening way. These people grow
    • science will be a seed that will grow and send its forces out into all
    • tomorrow:
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    • from growing into the spiritual world in normal consciousness. As human
    • In tomorrow's lecture
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    • Specialization, however, has already grown to such an extent that nowadays
    • processes of growth, that is the power of growth. One realizes that
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    • be able to begin tomorrow on our actual subject matter. First
    • merely there because it has been thrown out. This is the
    • continue our studies tomorrow.
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    • see drawing, red arrow) without being stopped or
    • drawing, downward arrows). The effect of the chemical and
    • arrows). Just as man's head is scrupulously organized so that
    • subsist, and he grows soft. These are two polar effects: the
    • sulfur have the effect of throwing out the astral
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    • etheric and astral bodies if you observe how sorrow and
    • the sorrows and worries merely of the last few days or weeks
    • between the time when sorrows and worries overtake a person
    • passed over into the workings of the organism. Sorrows and
    • this point tomorrow and will first show the importance, the
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    • receive a connection with the human organism, we grow into
    • diagnostic pathology. We will take this further tomorrow.
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    • blossoms, the growth and the emergence of the plants from the
    • from below upward (yellow arrows). Now, if the astrality
    • roots. With growth the influence of the earth diminishes and
    • the parasitic aspect, what develops as fungoid growths, is
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    • only during the period of growth, then becomes stable and
    • proceed tomorrow to answer individual questions that have
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    • growing the plants we have just discussed and treating them
    • starting point, we will move on tomorrow to a special
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    • (see drawing, red arrows),
    • (see drawing on right, arrows).
    • this oscillation. When it becomes abnormal, when it grows too
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    • in growth phenomena, in formative growth phenomena. If we
    • “a 12-3/4-year old boy whose longitudinal growth is
    • good and evil, and of course one should not be narrow-minded
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    • that they can teach you to grow up to be good and capable people?
    • are going to grow up to be good and capable people.”
    • will grow ever more perfect in you, and that you may continue to
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    • for big people, for grown-ups, is being built.
    • out of it. You have seen the trees growing green. And now we remember
    • there in nature. You see how the plants grow and the trees turn
    • is being built for grown-ups in Dornach, where
    • people will grow up to be, since as children they were filled with
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    • you into life so that you will grow up to be good and capable
    • see, the person you are going to grow up to be, this person has a
    • you grow into good and capable people. Don't think, “Now we can
    • old. Life brings joy and sorrow, beauty and ugliness. When we get
    • capable people someday, when you are grown up and out there in
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    • differentiate the shadow-thrower from the Illuminant. If the
    • shadow-thrower is the spirit, the spirit receives that which is thrown
    • upon it; if the shadow-thrower is the spirit and if the illuminant (it
    • If the shadow-thrower is the dead, and the illuminant the living, as
    • shadow-thrower is the living and the illuminant the psychic, then, as
    • we saw, you get the image of peach-colour. If the shadow-thrower is the
    • character. We can therefore say: with a shadow-thrower and an
    • SHADOW THROWER
    • happens: we have a quiescent white, into which we throw rays of colour
    • white, in a condition of rest, and by throwing upon it two colours
    • lustrous. The things shine, they throw off colour in a way; and
    • And the figures could stand out of the background of gold, could grow
    • which we shall say more tomorrow.
    • shall proceed to this tomorrow. We come in this to what ordinary
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    • the light that develops in the processes of growth and in the ripest
    • forth. That pleases him, that the power of growth is there, it
    • grow out of the peach-blossom. He turns from light-nature to light.
    • living thought, the decaying past, in light, and the growing will, the
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    • thrown back into his own colouring, it permeated his being and then
    • permeates the deepest recesses of the soul. Bridges must be thrown
    • unfounded belief has grown up that spiritual knowledge can kill Art.
    • material existence. That the world has not grown more tolerant in
    • small its sun appears today, it will grow and grow and become brighter
    • us in thinking of the narrower affairs of spiritual science with all
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    • Fourth Hierarchy. And at this moment of cosmic growth the forces which
    • cannot surely have form. There must be crowds of tiny whirling specks
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    • stumbled over the stone, fell into the river and was drowned.
    • genesis of a world-era; a growth which may well be
    • through drowning? Is not history very often derived from
    • sorrows hang.’
    • Trojans sorrows hang by the will of Zeus. But do thou
    • influence of the Dream, and later how he speaks to the crowd,
    • how Agamemnon outgrows the bygone age and is placed on his
    • everything expressed in the forms, to enable the soul to grow
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    • close this lecture, and tomorrow at 7 o'clock I will speak
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    • to East; we have motifs which grow, as it were, from the
    • sparrows on the roof-tops and the chickens in the courtyard
    • Geographically, their horizon was narrow. — See what
    • plane, geographically — within narrow limits;
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    • with acanthus plants growing around it, and he said to
    • The Ego, when it is within the body, must grow strong if it
    • the palmette motif has arisen out of this, growing, as it
    • seems to grow upwards as if from a flower chalice. Some time,
    • the anecdote quoted by Vitruvius, but not until we grow out
    • grow to love it, so that we live in it with inner feeling and
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    • permeated by the feeling that we have not as yet grown equal
    • ‘How infinitely necessary it is to grow beyond
    • People pass in and out without in any way growing into their
    • service to the earth. The Temple grows out of the human
    • man grows out of this Group-Soul, becomes more and more
    • grows more individual, a strong sense of Ego, of
    • merely wall, but when it grows out of the whole. The wall is
    • that allows elevations and depressions to grow out of itself.
    • nothing is mere wall. The forms grow out of the wall. That is
    • sculpture on the capitals, plinths, architraves. They grow
    • should then be looking in the direction of the arrow
    • drowns the speech of the Gods.
    • to grow out of her being.
    • plant forms, which grow even above the geological formations
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    • consciousness by the ‘sweat of the brow.’ You
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    • instance, why the polar bear is white and not black or brown.
    • beauty. This however implies that we must learn to grow into
    • will grow in us if we lovingly rise to the Spirit Who has
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    • must be earnest and grow ever more earnest. A great many
    • That the world has not grown in tolerance or understanding is
    • world has not grown in either of these qualities.
    • side. This opposition will grow stronger and stronger. When
    • filled with a certain sorrow, but an inner power will make us
    • confidence more, sometimes less. If we speak of sorrow caused
    • — this mood of sorrow must give birth to the mood of
    • sorrow even greater than that caused by the discrepancy
    • light for which we strive in anthroposophy. The sorrow
    • have spoken to you are pervaded with sorrow, but they are
    • every wilderness. Even in these days of sorrow, in hours
    • narrower affairs of Spiritual Science with all the powers of
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    • reached its goal, and admire the pinnacle of its own growth and
    • proverbs in prose, No. 978: ‘The law of vegetable growth
    • underlying vegetable growth — there beauty in the natural
    • May not be mastered in life's narrow span.
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    • organize; this grows. It is just in the nature of an organism
    • village communities were setting the pace, it had grown
    • when, with a growing plant, one were to say it should not be
    • allowed to come to fruition, it should grow further, it
    • should keep blooming on and on. — Then it would grow
    • grow, as his second teeth grow. From the imitation process
    • objective, and is not grown together with his body as another
    • inward growing together, not with language, but with
    • people live, where each one crows his own cock-a-doodle-doo
    • come about from the crowing. In reality, in free spiritual
    • of teachers, — into which the body of teachers grows,
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    • the image is picked up and used, so that the arrow in fact
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    • about this point in particular one more time tomorrow: about
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    • thrown out, the whole process of listening is internalized.
    • Wilhelm IV was, as Crown Prince, a very witty man. His
    • Now the Crown Prince could not bear von
    • Klewiz. Once, at a court ball, the Crown Prince spoke to
    • — Yes, but, Your Royal Highness, the Crown Prince said
    • Crown Prince would not say such a thing, that I can't
    • What has the Crown Prince said? — He said to me: The
    • Royal Highness, that the Crown Prince meant me. —
    • Crown Prince come and we will hear how the matter stands.
    • The Crown
    • The Crown Prince said: Your Majesty, I am unable to remember.
    • that this inner conviction grows in you, it will become a
    • the world, not get entangled in narrow interests, but be
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    • to one of his sons. He would look inside it, see rows and
    • rows of figures but not understand a thing. Then suppose his
    • possible before tomorrow's discussions. For money is
    • Tomorrow,
    • be tomorrow at 2.30 in the Glass House lower down the hill,
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    • meeting is now adjourned till tomorrow morning at 10
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    • tomorrow about the work in Italy.
    • report tomorrow.
    • throwing down the challenge of it being judged and rejected?
    • necessary to throw the actual word
    • continue this meeting tomorrow. We must try to make sure that
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    • after Dr Wachsmuth's lecture. Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock
    • Statutes. This is how I would ask you to proceed tomorrow
    • evening. Tomorrow at 10 o'clock we shall hear Dr Guenther
    • because it has happened that whole rows of seats have been
    • two front rows be reserved for those dear friends who are
    • other reason. If there are any seats left in these two rows,
    • tomorrow.
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    • only the Anthroposophical Society in the narrower sense but
    • speak about Paragraph 3, till tomorrow. We should then not be
    • has thus been adopted at the second reading. Tomorrow we
    • debate will take place in tomorrow's meeting, which will
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    • meeting of members tomorrow morning after Herr Werbeck's
    • tomorrow in the members' meeting.
    • at 8.30 every evening. And tomorrow morning at 8.30 is the
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    • at this point tomorrow. We have to keep to the times on the
    • continue this meeting tomorrow after Dr Schubert's lecture on
    • Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock the lecture by Dr Schubert on
    • adjourned till tomorrow.
    • crowding at the entrance. I have been told that older people
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    • tomorrow's performance of the Three Kings Play to get their
    • Dornach friends tomorrow.
    • the Glass House tomorrow morning at 8.30 for an initial
    • Tomorrow
    • reports already mentioned. Then, both tomorrow and the next
    • bring forward very briefly tomorrow and the next day about
    • hold this meeting tomorrow afternoon at 2.30. This refers
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    • threefoldness once more tomorrow: how this Light Divine, this
    • indications which I shall continue tomorrow.
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    • you and then tomorrow I shall speak more about the elevation,
    • which I shall describe tomorrow. There we shall find the
    • Tomorrow I
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    • tomorrow and the third probably also — the time is yet
    • small today might grow large later on. We do need a figure to
    • as a member of the committee, and was then thrown out. There
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    • transform the sorrowful event into a blessing. The pain
    • which filled us with such inexpressible sorrow. But let us
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    • form growing out of this roofing. Let me make it easier for
    • the roof part with an appropriate form which grows out of
    • of these the actual pillars will grow on the upper level,
    • throw the discussion open for any subject people might still
    • requested to meet me again tomorrow morning at 8.30 down in
    • those friends from Germany who wish to travel tomorrow at
    • how many there are wishing to travel tomorrow morning. Now
    • be a eurythmy performance at 7 o'clock tomorrow evening. The
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    • with the various prospects thrown open to us by this series
    • ideas with which human beings have to grow up nowadays from
    • grows in the soil of our own medical research into something
    • pain and the deepest sorrow about what happened to us a year
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    • considerably during those harrowing years, no breach was made in the
    • for years that we will have to reckon with a constantly growing
    • education best serve human growth? Anthroposophy must show how this
    • narrowly sectarian, egotistic spirit, but rather in a spirit so
    • no longer discernible, so universally human have they grown. It is
    • saying that those of us who have grown together with the
    • one's fellow men that are an outgrowth of it anthroposophy. Must it
    • growing, but we can try. What were its founders (and more especially
    • individuals who experience their present youth and their growing
    • not just students but human beings as well, and were growing older as
    • members has recently grown a great deal longer, lacks inner stability
    • have had to be the words of pain and sorrow. This has been a
    • this address in words of sorrow and pain as profoundly justified as
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    • exposing myself to the reproaches certain to issue from narrow-minded
    • with anthroposophy is thus constant growth in experiencing its truth.
    • is alive, and goes on growing. Conviction about anthroposophy might
    • certain one's conviction becomes. This growing-up of anthroposophical
    • expressed the growth forces inherent in the things they thought
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    • made the crowning peak of science's most recent developments. Our
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    • the human world around him. He grows up, and as he does so he grows
    • growing up, now turns inward and becomes a striving to make one's
    • further away from the externalized science that has been an outgrowth
    • life and practice are outgrowths of a materialistic science, and a
    • is an outgrowth of pain and suffering. It is perhaps just those
    • us. They throw light, however, on the question of what must be done
    • to the totality of that life. Just as growing old can mean developing
    • borrowed from the world outside. The motives in such cases are
    • enterprises are outgrowths of anthroposophy. This must be kept firmly
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    • and sorrow are the only emotions left to us as we contemplate the
    • spring welled up or a mountain thrust its cloud-crowned peak into the
    • pillars and in the architrave motifs that crowned them. None of this
    • growing-together of the ears and larynx: a Luciferic form, composed
    • in forms that point to the gods with gesturings of branch and crown.
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    • can express the weight of their grief and sorrow in the words,
    • has. My effort today to throw light on what it is in the heart's
    • It means outgrowing a merely instinctual way of experiencing. But it
    • others, and has grown a little, these awakenings take place in an
    • grow together into an understanding of anthroposophy, and on the
    • express them theoretically, but instead grow into a sure belief that
    • of the path that leads to that goal, and tomorrow we will follow it
    • subject and discuss it more fully tomorrow when I continue with these
    • be found by tomorrow evening if things go on as they have up to this
    • would present itself tomorrow evening if the discussion were to go on
    • more narrowly anthroposophical path.
    • to put before you in a brief sketch. Tomorrow at twelve I shall speak
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    • to public libraries and borrow these same cycles. All the cycles are
    • narrower sense, and what, again in that narrower sense, was still to
    • being as a direct outgrowth of anthroposophy, exactly as did the
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    • anthroposophical tasks for the Society that have grown out of the
    • undertakings to grow out of the soil of the Anthroposophical Movement
    • is no longer possible. If one were to use terminology borrowed from
    • finish school; he had been thrown out, and later just barely managed
    • Tomorrow and the
    • about them tomorrow and the next day. It was a very necessary
    • really one of tailoring. Anthroposophy has grown, and its suit, the
    • that — has grown too small. The sleeves scarcely reach to the
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    • today, and tomorrow try to add further comment supplementing
    • used to grow into some particular community. They did not become
    • Recently they have been growing into the communities we call social
    • felt in human souls with growing urgency and vehemence. This has made
    • that the mother-tongue grows completely at one with his entire being.
    • Movement for Religious Renewal is to grow, the Anthroposophical
    • one for which the human race will feel a growing need: an awakening
    • century, and it will grow increasingly urgent. It is a need that will
    • about these things tomorrow, and I will then give you something more
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    • comprehension if light is thrown on the reasons for the breakdown of
    • experiences they convey in pictures borrowed from the physical plane.
    • caricatured. To borrow one of Nietzsche's sayings, the world is
    • to set forth in my second Stuttgart lecture in order to throw light
    • time and simply seeking anthroposophy in a narrower sense, as the
    • been responsible for the growing enmity toward our Movement. There
    • their titles. Those I have I usually just throw in a pile, since one
    • on how the Society's members relate to the enmity that is growing
    • on any responsibility for the various projects. One has to have grown
    • the cycles can be borrowed, and so on. The old way of thinking about
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    • to the nearest, the narrowest and most fleeting interests of our
    • time the need will grow ever greater for observing things from every
    • something in a child and in a growing youth, that is capable of
    • intended to help us to rise to the spiritual world is that we outgrow
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    • of form receives its shape, later there is only growth within the
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    • grown so enormously during recent weeks that it would not have been
    • had grown up should work within this human being making use of the
    • this divine, spirit-filled personality is that it grows up as a
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    • of this we can say: his thoughts and views are narrower, more
    • power of thought. His intentions and thoughts are therefore narrower,
    • value of natural laws, Other connections can cancel them. If we throw
    • rather as throwing light on certain relationships. It is only to show
    • way we are able to throw light on the different ways in which our
    • in a purely spiritual way through sorrow and in a physical way
    • through tears. Sorrow as a soul-experience brings greater strength to
    • Sorrow is always an inner enhancement of the ego. Tears but express
    • that sorrow is fundamentally something that should be so experienced,
    • at least by the healthy man, that what occasions this sorrow is real
    • feeling of sadness. But when sorrow depends on what is unreal and is
    • his sadness a certain conviction must be added that sorrow can be
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    • of our era and advanced in a direct line, and growing ever more and
    • will never be able to throw light on the central facts of our
    • fact that the Buddha, or Mercury-stream, has as little light to throw
    • and passing on the Bodhisattva crown to his successor the
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    • of his body as the plant forms its leaves and flowers, and the growth
    • We resemble the plant concerning growth and structure of our body like
    • to grow not only like the plants, but to become the mirror of the whole
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    • way that these concepts must be thrown away.
    • is only inclined to hear this inner voice unselfishly, not to let drown
    • that they have to go beyond it that they have to grow up to higher and
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    • they all brought us, as any thing throws its shades, their negative sides too.
    • however, there stood the crowd and got nothing to hear as that what the wisdom
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    • Today it has these mental pictures, yesterday it had others, tomorrow it will
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    • Aristotle; because they have grown up now and understand science, they must
    • have also done. The type controls the animal completely. Tomorrow it does the
    • tomorrow. There are those who cover themselves with leaves of trees if it gets
    • cold in the evening. In the morning they throw them away and in the evening
    • of yesterday to today and tomorrow. What is necessary if we want to transfer
    • the experience of yesterday to today and tomorrow? We cannot say if today we
    • know what we have done yesterday, then tomorrow we will also do what we have
    • on something non-experienced, on a tomorrow.
    • his experiences to tomorrow, he transforms development into history. As well
    • tomorrow results from yesterday and today — this spirit freeing itself
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    • for me tomorrow. Because I have felt listlessness or pains with any experience
    • today, I learn for tomorrow. I can learn to avoid this listlessness or pain
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    • growing human being. But I do not even want to speak of the fact that we let
    • that he has a growing mind before himself which can form only according to its
    • he has to solve should be any growing human being to the educator. If he is
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    • this wakes and really hears the cock crowing outside.
    • the ear has heard the crowing cock, but it has not heard the real cockcrow at
    • it has transformed the cockcrow symbolically into this whole story which I have
    • in his mind, phenomena which throw the brightest light on the nature of the
    • bright waking consciousness drowns out. If we extinguish this, it will become
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    • to speak about the matter in a sense which really throws light from this point
    • and the row mixture. Here we have the substance from which the materialisations
    • the deepness of Swedenborg. He was an unlearned American grown up as a farmer
    • by the Crown Prince Rudolf and the archduke Johann
    • founded by Mrs. Helena Petrowna Blavatsky to open an understanding of the ways.
    • Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria (1858–1889)
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    • say to him: tomorrow you come to me and say hello to me and then ask me for
    • are fulfilled, he knows nothing about the experiment after waking up; but tomorrow
    • were thrown to the dead at first, as by the French Academy and also by the whole
    • truth only if he makes himself worthy. This will throw a new meaning and a new
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    • to throw a glance at the world history and you see how peoples which have been
    • before yourselves and you throw a warm metal ball into this vessel. This ball
    • it. If you throw the ball into a second vessel, it will not be able to warm
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    • when the materialistic science had grown up into a kind of materialistic religion,
    • need sunshine which grow in the desert, are of a later date and did not yet
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    • the first significant work, the Secret Doctrine by Helena Petrowna
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    • went out from the East, from oriental masters. But already when Helena Petrowna
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    • important moment when the human being must grow aware that his etheric
    • individuality. In both cases another individuality comes in. They grow
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    • of seeing it will grow and grow. We must attribute this re-appearance
    • Tomorrow we will come to speak about the work of Christian
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    • its forces working in ever growing circles, until today many people
    • became acquainted with our own forces of growth and decay. The
    • in a moment of enlightenment, called this process the law of growth and decay.
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    • tomorrow's will endeavour to answer this question.
    • day we have concepts; and, when we grow tired in the evening, these
    • which he always has unless he merely drowses along, are no hindrance
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    • grow stronger in facing life with serenity, never weaker. Through
    • intensifying of attentiveness, we grow wise. Absorption means striving
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    • growing circulation, gives us an instructive example of the
    • not grow out of theosophy, yet people outside find it strange that I
    • narrow-minded view, however. The books have this about them that
    • our soul, such as pleasure and displeasure, joy and pain, sorrow,
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    • certain time, when the child had grown into a young man of about
    • the day after tomorrow. It remains now to be said that the young man
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    • precocious, especially the grown-ups. They maintain that lies such as
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    • the process of growing maturity, the acquisition of a real knowledge
    • Let us consider how we grow wiser. We can learn from our mistakes, and
    • something that thrives and grows like a seed sown in the earth. Forces
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    • we are suffering the pangs of sorrow. What brings us forward is the
    • we grow stronger and stronger. Once the feeling has arisen that we
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    • understanding of human development will grow ever more
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    • but what is to crown it must still remain a secret. That could only
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    • of Luther; he throws the inkwell at the devil's head. What appears to
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    • throwing water over it, but this caused the metal to spray up into
    • thrown, while at the same time an unpleasant noise is produced, so
    • addition to this they shout to him that he is being thrown into Hell.
    • torn out and thrown to the birds. The oath which the Master has to
    • that it had to outgrow its real task. It was bound to lose its
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 8: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 2
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    • to the twins, Romulus and Remus, Amulius ordered them to be thrown in
    • Superbus, the most exalted principle, is he who must be overthrown,
    • was about to throw himself into the heat of the flames. Then he heard
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    • physical substance; it crows for the second time when man rises
    • physical body. The first crow of the cock is threefold denial through
    • symbolical realisation, then the cock crows for the second
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    • together and form the trinity which is the foundation of all growth
    • tomorrow.
    • a creative and growing way. This force of life must enter into
    • the Plant Kingdom growing downward, the Human Kingdom upward, and the
    • the plant is what grows in response to the sun forces. And man must
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 15: Atoms and the Logos in the Light of Occultism
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    • actually changes the surroundings that grow about
    • imagine it to be possible to make an atom grow continually bigger and
    • undergoing a process of growth. It is growing more and more, it is
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 16: The Relationship of Occultism to the Theosophical Movement
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    • and pedantic person with narrow and opinionated concepts and ideas.
    • in warmth, we ourselves grow thereby, through the greatness of that
    • throwing the thought of hate at astral man is just as harmful for
    • him, as throwing a roofing slate is for physical man.
    • been haphazardly thrown together in the world, it is not something
    • impetus for the growth of a one-sided science, that ought to have
    • a spiritual culture, that something spiritual is growing there. These
    • but a tried and tested belief. This belief will grow stronger and
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    • masons — such as, for example, apron, hammer, trowel, chisel,
    • the living forces, the transformation of what sprouts and grows in
    • same force that the occultist uses when he accelerates the growth of
    • Freemasonry in the narrow sense.
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    • scarecrow. They are not of this nature at all, for
    • the lecture tomorrow we shall pass on to a study of the
    • open. A narrow, dark streak appeared. Through this streak
    • hold sway between human beings. We will pass on tomorrow to
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    • light grow and expand, and suddenly seemed to divide,
    • And then, as a bud breaks and a flower grows before our
    • nonsense, and we shall see tomorrow how it goes on living
    • as individuality and I will speak about it tomorrow. But we
    • concerning the other two cases will be said tomorrow.
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    • weakness and not through strength. One grows into the
    • throws them back. Over there is the object and it throws us
    • clairvoyance, and it must be replaced by growing into
    • them who should be the creative artist, they are thrown
    • and excited crowd, a sculptor who sees the terrible
    • A crowd of people who are not artists stand there with deep
    • growing little by little towards the heavenly spheres. And
    • the cosmos. Thus the human being grows into that creative
    • and the element of will that is coloured by feeling, grow
    • then grow into the faculty of vision, so do we grow, after
    • death, into the essential realities we grow into the
    • almost a matter of course for such souls to grow into their
    • spiritual world the fruit grows from the seed. In such
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    • (arrow) depicting time, we get a spirit-soul life between death
    • mother's body, in the belief that the human being simply grows
    • mother's body has the inherent forces to make the embryo grow.
    • air which is within you at a particular time, has grown out of
    • your body. It hasn't grown out of your body, you have breathed
    • particular piece of earth, what grows and what stands on it,
    • being. One only has a row of animals and the human being is the
    • highest member in this row. The human being is seldom
    • to know about such a metamorphic observation. Tomorrow we will
    • out of necessity. Tomorrow we will develop, I'd like to say,
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    • or that form of eyebrow, this or that form of a nose? If we
    • other, the Anthroposophical, which is still being frowned upon
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    • towards Anthroposophy in great crowds ...” It is this,
    • even if one can't imagine it, what “great crowds”
    • “great crowds.” However it is this which causes the
    • narrow-minded sense but a sense of the world, that one doesn't
    • find proof of what is growing within today's youth then you'll
    • who have caused this misfortune, are repeatedly thrown back
    • with those who have grown out of feeble minded and old
    • grow up in an environment of exams and philistinism and of
    • see we need to give attention to how these things which grow
    • “great crowds” which I quoted to you before. It's
    • with such sentences as: “The power in which people grow
    • in any way to reality, the relevant item borrowed, letting one
    • can be worked through further. Everywhere are growing points
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 1 (Summary): Effects of Modern Agnosticism
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    • training will grow impatient when required to think about thinking as
    • of growth. We realize that we must reject a vital force arrived at through
    • growth process has to be grasped in a state of mind and soul that we
    • shall achieve only by achieving Imagination. This power of growth lives
    • into forces we already possessed, the forces of growth, the inner reproductive
    • forces of the human organism. These would be stimulated into growth,
    • to throw out an idea from conscious awareness. Meditative exercises
    • being he goes through external growth and metamorphosis as he passes
    • grows up, as it were.
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    • to do with processes of anabolism (building up) — with growth processes.
    • The processes of growth and anabolism, the processes of organization
    • in the sphere of growth, of healthy development, of bearing fruit.
    • be made to grow and ripen in man when he lets the discoveries made in
    • of duty he could never grow upwards into the spirit, to become the free
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    • from the time of birth as one cohesive stream. The ego grows beyond
    • offering infinite potential within a relatively narrow sphere or also
    • soil from which this spiritual science is growing is also able to produce
    • at Dornach — tomorrow I will be showing some samples of this in
    • In an age which has grown so indifferent to religion we need fundamental
    • work, a deepening of a religious life which has grown indifferent. When
    • grown too lazy to want to grasp the spiritual in spiritual freedom,
    • have grown dissatisfied in our heart of hearts. Within the soul's capacity
    • cross formed by transom and mullion and painted a reddish brown, say,
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    • grown out of the demands of the present, it appears different
    • Munich, and everyone could hear the grass grow which indicated
    • is not about tracking down such grass growing but that we
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    • “When I read the letters of Goethe, of the narrow home
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture I: Where and How Does One Find the Spirit?
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    • 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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    • deepest feelings of the modern human being in a narrow field.
    • narrow side was the dining table of the prior, at both sides
    • way the day after tomorrow. It is a relatively unknown little
    • will-o'-the-wisps are still shaking and throwing away what they
    • will-o'-the-wisps throw around themselves. The snake and the
    • beauty. The golden king places the crown on his head with the
    • shall see the day after tomorrow Goethe showing in the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture III: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Esoteric
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    • principles of its growth and its development! — The
    • more in such a way: the plant grows according to the principles
    • the plant growth. Likewise, the poet Goethe did never need to
    • which we find as the principles of the plant growth. The plant
    • grows after the same lawfulness, after which it has originated,
    • that the plant grows according to the principles he has
    • experiences there because he outgrows himself and becomes
    • narrow abysses of the earth. Such a striving soul force, as the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IV: Bible and Wisdom I
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    • Now, however, humankind has outgrown the Bible. — These
    • Then there is the third level: the human being outgrows this
    • tomorrow we follow up on this spiritual-scientific viewpoint.
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VI: Superstition from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • tomorrow, I would have exposed myself to the danger that the
    • old forms of superstition are rightly thrown to the window and,
    • crows on the dung heap, the weather changes or remains as it
    • inevitably in the human organism if the human being has to grow
    • the following: they spread out a cloth, take a rope, throw the
    • that showed the different stadia quite correctly: the thrown
    • has thrown out the old superstition and does not want to go
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VII: Issues of Nutrition in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Today, we deal with nutrition in the narrower sense. That is
    • bearer of joy and sorrow, of desires, impulses and passions, of
    • The human being is thereby the crown of creation, he towers
    • above the prejudices that arise from the narrow borders of the
    • narrow interests, that he can grasp universal interests. That
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VIII: Issues of Health in the Light of Spiritual Science
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IX: Tolstoy and Carnegie
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    • have, on one side, Tolstoy who has grown out of a distinguished
    • the other side, a personality that has grown out of hardship
    • and misery, grown out of a life sphere where nothing at all
    • mother, the father in the ninth year. Then he grows up under
    • eyebrows and defaced his not very extensive beauty in such a
    • he got to know now, were people whose souls had grown together
    • ground. It impressed him enormously that they were grown
    • Thus, he is thrown back repeatedly from that life he leads and
    • in which he is thrown just with the Danube army from one
    • Between such moods, this great soul was thrown back and forth.
    • forms ever so long rows, nothing valuable results. — At
    • circles, which he has grown out of, it is also in Western
    • fast onto the branches, which have grown out on the sides of
    • criticised harshly that out of which he has grown and which he
    • this soul having grown out of that which many of our
    • present who has grown out of the present, saying no to this
    • Carnegie, the Scotsman, growing out of that dividing line of
    • from the social order. We really see Carnegie growing out of
    • grows out of distress and misery that is natured in such a way
    • who grows into the present, the present, which unfolds the most
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture X: The Practical Development of Thinking
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    • wanted to throw their money out of the window, one could build
    • survey a certain narrow field and to apply to this field what
    • some narrow mental pictures of the human being, would have made
    • tomorrow or in some hours from this event. Now he waits quietly
    • experiences that he grows gradually together with the things
    • was Goethe. He had grown together with the things so that his
    • grow into a real practice of thinking by the trust in the
    • longer about it, I wait until tomorrow and open myself to the
    • tomorrow or the day after tomorrow, and then I cause this
    • certain practice. Then he grows together with life until the
    • talks about the ensoulment of the plant, and one throws plant
    • soul, animal soul and human soul in a mess. One throws this in
    • of his thinking increases, that in particular repartee grows
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XI: The Invisible Human Members and Practical Life
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    • ego, which makes the human being the crown of creation. The
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XII: The Secret of the Human Temperaments
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    • external opposition. Then it really restrains the growth of the
    • person, is recognizable quite externally as such. His growth
    • being to his own growth. It matters in which proportion growth
    • deflects it. The phlegmatic should not grow up lonely. It is
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • and tomorrow to consider some that is contained in this work. I
    • present the more exterior side of it today; tomorrow I show how
    • from a view becoming more and more narrow-minded — which
    • crowd from on high through all the earth
    • and world stream the human being can originate and grow. Goethe
    • felt put between this bad power, which burrowed in his soul,
    • a figure is which has grown up in sites of classical education.
    • Tomorrow, we shall see how one penetrates from the outer into
    • the inner life of the Goethean world riddles. Tomorrow, we
    • talk of tomorrow shows us how Goethe solves these riddles of
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIV: Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Esoteric
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    • world. It is greatly shown how Faust's soul develops to grow
    • really grows into the world, which is suggested to us as the
    • carried away from physical existence, grows like an initiate
    • grow out like the crystal forms from their mother substances.
    • There shapes will crowd and swirl like clouds.
    • crowd and swirl like clouds,” one recognises something
    • will crowd and swirl like clouds.” Any word would be a
    • connected with the narrow personal so that wishes and desires
    • no longer stir which come from this narrow personal. That is
    • grown together with the spiritual world that they are aware
    • thrown out into the things of the sensuous world: he feels his
    • Therefore, the mystic is thrown out again for a while and
    • world still belongs to his narrow-minded egoism. The fact that
    • However, at the moment when the human being grows together with
    • already have lived, have grown into the spiritual world and are
    • more one grows into it, and there one gets to know really, what
    • works! the moving mass grows clearer,
    • spiritual world and, hence, grows together in its clairvoyant
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XV: Nietzsche in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • everything with joy or sorrow. He lived through everything with
    • for an unknown land grows into insanity. Just at the example of
    • admire and revere enough if one recognises him really. He grows
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    • completely grown out of the Egyptian wisdom can be a key to us
    • thrown into the Nile, so that he is swept away into the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVII: Old European Clairvoyance
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  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 1: The Experience of Major and Minor
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    • these things over before tomorrow and apply them for yourselves) to
    • Tomorrow at this time
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    • makes the matter artistic. The experience will grow with the gesture.
    • You have indeed grown somewhat, you have expanded and become fuller.
    • It is as though you grow while experiencing the octave.
    • been given must first be assimilated. So we shall continue tomorrow.
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 3: Melodic Movement; the Ensouling of the Three Dimensions through Pitch, Rhythm and Beat
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    • Let us continue tomorrow.
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  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 7: Musical Physiology; the Point of Departure; Intervals; Cadences
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    • upwards this way, and the other outwards (see arrow). The one gives
    • Tomorrow, then, at the
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    • Then comes another period in which we grow oriented toward
    • grow together with our ancestry.
    • — in our deepest sorrow, our deepest suffering — we
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 1: Probability and Chance
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    • dice cup and throw the dice. The mathematician makes his calculation
    • of turning up a 6 on a single throw. You see how unlikely this possibility
    • is therefore six times smaller than certainty in throwing dice.
    • ask what the chance is of throwing two sixes if two dice are thrown.
    • if you calculate as follows: Throwing a 2 with one dice, you can get
    • throw, you can also get anything from a 2 to a 6 with the second, and
    • so on, until you have counted thirty-six different possible throws.
    • that a 6 will be thrown, but the actual probability is 1/6, with two
    • letters one after the other as they happened to fall on being thrown
    • the typecase could be set in soldierly rows to eventuate in Faust? Was
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 2: Consciousness in Sleeping and Waking States
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    • by them as though in a dream and are instantly forgotten. This drowsiness
    • healthy and grows up in a healthy state. It is important to have a certain
    • and tomorrow, the 28th, is Goethe's; they follow on one another's heels.
    • a dwindling consciousness at certain places in the text, and drowsiness
    • drowse through in a way they can't with Theosophy. It is vitally necessary
    • ourselves to drowse as we confront this or that theme in spiritual science
    • of drowsy listening in the listener's appearance. This is exactly the
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    • eurythmy performance), and Monday at seven. The performance tomorrow will
    • of necessity, in a somewhat narrow sense at least. Even individuals
    • limited by materialism still agree that the sun will rise tomorrow out
    • will rise tomorrow is great enough to be tantamount to necessity. Facts
    • narrow when they are confronted with what may be called historical events.
    • A concept is always in a process of inner growth, of inner activity.
    • thoughts behind them? We will take up the study of this matter tomorrow.
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    • where to look for necessity. We will make a closer study of this tomorrow;
    • manage to think them through by tomorrow. We will then go on to study
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    • for you the beginning of an inner richness that can keep on growing
    • how did what is continuing to grow there come into being? It did so
    • wise man.” He was speaking about the growth process of humanity,
    • that focused his entire feeling, his whole soul life, on the growth
    • of this growth was. And there was wrung from his soul the realization
    • develop an ever growing sense of what it is to participate in it. And we
    • Wahrheit. He terms words in this category “borrowings”
    • borrowed through civilization after civilization with tremendous acuity
    • the words, borrowed them from the first group and transformed them.
    • borrowings, looking for the various transformations that have come about
    • borrowed from another language and still a foreign word in the sense
    • a borrowing or a bastardization based upon a shift in meaning; whereas
    • crowning victors of a race, or on the occasion of a feast, with
    • term “crown” was re-introduced in noun and verb form;
    • there were poets' crowns and crowned poets, with the word “crown”
    • of Speidel's jesting. And crowned poets from Petrarch to Tennyson
    • or crowns of the genuine leaves and false blossoms. Palms are replaced
    • As you see, Mauthner traces borrowed terms
    • such actual borrowings. The migration of the real facts of the Christian
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  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 6: Imaginative Cognition Leaves Insights of Natural Science Behind
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    • the physical plane. A tree grows neither more nor less slowly because
    • and sorrow, as they can indeed be felt on many occasions in human life,
    • root development, then growing a stem, then putting forth leaves, then
    • that we must study a plant's growth process.
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    • we grow older and older physically. And everyone understands what is
    • is true: we grow younger, ever younger. When we are very old, our physical
    • bodies are old, but our etheric bodies have grown young. Some of you
    • etheric body grown young.
    • “growing young” is used in place of “being born,”
    • “growing young” rather than “growing old.” In
    • other words, we start to grow young when we are born.
    • acquired while the etheric body is growing young in the aging physical
    • not yet grown young. If we are speaking of physical human beings we
    • can say that they are growing old, but in speaking of the etheric body
    • we would have to say that it “grows young.” That would be
    • the proper expression for it. The etheric body grows young but it has
    • not yet grown entirely young in those who die at an early age. I once
    • has grown very young. The whole fruit of his life experience lodges
    • grows, physically speaking, the more pronounced is this moment of wisdom.
    • situation is different, for the etheric body has not grown young, and
    • had time to grow young, and these are all the more teeming with will.
    • everyone were to grow very old, living on to eighty or ninety, if not
    • has stored up as wisdom in the etheric body's growing younger for use
    • as yet grown so young as entirely to have worn down the will element;
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    • I made use of an isolated case yesterday in contrasting growing old
    • with growing young. Similar terms could and should be found to express
    • at a new terminology if we are to grow into the spiritual world in the
    • As we pass through death, then, we grow
    • us to look upon objects, and we grow into an outlook experienced as
    • So our growing to participation in the world
    • partially adequate conception of such matters as this growing into the
    • more exact idea of the manner of this growth, let us turn our attention
    • Furthermore, those souls grow inwardly together with the beings belonging
    • is directed more to the external, and they grow together particularly
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • grown up in the outer material world what you have developed as
    • what Wilson (Woodrow W., 185
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and Denomination
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    • the human soul is able to transform itself and outgrow the
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IV: On Death
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    • the narrower sense with the personal wishes and intentions and
    • outgrows death, while you speculate on it, but while you
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VII: The Moral Basis of Human Life
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    • crowded together gradually by this stronger concentration of
    • the whole world existence. However, these moral impulses grow
    • out into the world and what grows out of it,
    • as the “laws of the universe” have grown out of
    • only the borders of your narrow view. Such a spiritual
    • blue vault of heaven is only the narrow border of our own view
    • confidence of truth that searches its way through the narrowest
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    • figures growing paler and paler, and the human beings are left
    • thrown,
    • Still from the church, he borrow'd his
    • humanity can outgrow his writings; but it cannot outgrow what
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    • is internally, substantially this force which grows, one could
    • beings have run ahead, grows together most intimately with the
    • life on earth. This grows together with the forces, which one
    • responsibility. This grows together with all that what takes
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    • It works! the moving mass grows
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    • grown up. Except this huge telescope, he constructs a huge
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    • first row with the realisation of the materialistic worldviews,
    • in future crowds together in a sensation of something real. He
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    • able to grow into a good, even a famous person? (Examples like
    • all he did was “crow with esthetic delight.”
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    • Let's look now at young children as they grow into earthly
    • in the growing child is learning to walk, learning to speak,
    • instance, a certain animal grows into a lion, the underlying
    • If an animal grows into a cow, the cause of this particular
    • child remains a far more homogeneous being than a grown-up in
    • its development only to continue its further growth later
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    • me to a different conclusion. I noticed that in his grey-brown
    • makes its own grows from this religious mood, which is still
    • restricted to the narrow circle of people who provide a more
    • them, cannot grow into a free human beings. Freedom is won only
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    • with the growing human being. It is essential to have this
    • allow our young students to grow gradually and naturally into
    • which it grows. Only then can you realize that its yellow color
    • is connected with the colors of the soil from which it grows!
    • at hair growing out of a human body. Earth and plants —
    • whole and look at the plants as if they were the hair growing
    • human nose or trunk, and so on — had grown into separate
    • growing human being, in the children themselves.
    • describe it in regard to other subjects tomorrow. The question
    • way we prepare them to grow into religious adults. We impede
    • or youth — something very obvious. A child has to grow
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    • about the plant world in terms of hair growing out of the
    • cannot avoid the need to be clear about how the growing human
    • secret of life. In reality we grow older only with regard to
    • from growing naturally. We must not chain children's minds to
    • finished concepts, but give them concepts that can grow and
    • students' feeling that their teacher can grow beyond even the
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    • knowing how to adapt to the individuality of the growing child.
    • attitudes to the growing pupil. Again, pedagogical principles
    • in the human soul, must grow with the child. Gratitude is
    • growth forces — working in the child in an inward
    • growth that make the limbs grow, and that alter even the
    • contrary, an atmosphere of gratitude should grow naturally in
    • warmest piety will grow. Not the kind that lives on one's lips
    • gratitude, it must grow; but this can happen with the intensity
    • The second fundamental virtue, which is love, then grows from
    • narrow; and because a materialistic outlook tends to see love
    • gratitude does. Gratitude has to grow with the growing human
    • growing forces are at their strongest. Love, on the other hand,
    • of teeth and puberty, just as gratitude has grown between the
    • be fully grown up, and I am only a child. Why should I have to
    • allowed to grow, and love must be awakened, what needs to
    • work has to grow freely on the strength of what has already
    • ever-growing awareness of this fact. For people in general
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    • relationship to the nature of the growing human being; they are
    • or a hand must be allowed to grow freely, according to the
    • inner forces of growth, just as these must not be artificially
    • of restricting the free growth of feet similar to the way we
    • speak more tomorrow — one can definitely say: if one lets
    • demand of a growing youth, who was to be educated in one or
    • willingness to share in all its sorrows and worries. Then the
    • grown from anthroposophy always emphasizes the
    • Tomorrow, in the concluding lecture, I would like to tell you
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    • head!” or “I'll throw it at your head!”),
    • Waldorf school. But our numbers have grown so quickly that we
    • have on the growing herrings. A certain number of eggs have to
    • their pupils to grow up into cowards, but into the kind of
    • those who are enthusiastic to educate the young to grow into
    • grow in them that will outlast their childhood days, something
    • what do you have to do when you grow old? People who do not
    • education, however, does not grow old. No matter how old one
    • which has grown old. In this way, young people recognize
    • must educate young people so that they know how to grow old
    • grow up, they do not recognize among the older generation those
    • “overgrown kids” is really chosen with great
    • ripened in them. They have grown older in years, but in the
    • the spinal marrow, from the entire system of the spinal cord.
    • soul, with the ideal of allowing education to grow into a
    • grow that, in times to come, this way of teaching may yet
    • into the growing human being. This means that Waldorf pedagogy
    • even tomorrow, but the real question is whether permission for
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    • eyebrow.
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    • chicory, for instance, the blue flower that grows on the
    • it grows here too. If I have this blue plant and want
    • not want to believe everything straightaway, so he borrowed
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    • light and also all the warmth and throws back no
    • Sometimes man's organization throws off
    • yellow man throws back more light than a
    • of such a nature that he throws back all
    • powerful. He throws them back and develops only the light and
    • his brain, that is, through his head. We actually throw back
    • assimilates everything within and throws back all light and
    • become brown. There arose the Malayans who became brown.
    • become brown? What does it mean to become brown? Well, when
    • they are yellow they throw back a definite degree of light; the
    • rest they absorb. When they become brown through the different
    • — then they throw
    • themselves. So these brown Malayans are migrated Mongolians,
    • the yellow the brown: those are always the dying-out
    • legs grow rather more when the European settles in
    • fact, all children are at first materialistic, and then grow to
    • the East they become brown, connect too much with the cosmos,
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    • a struggle between growing forces and those forces which appear
    • the soul during dentition, are growing forces. Of course a
    • considerable part of these growing forces remain in the body
    • and see to growth, while a part of this is freed during
    • growing forces working on in the child resists against what
    • the battle starts between the growing forces retained in the
    • of what comes out of the growing processes and what is still a
    • growth process, coming from ether forces in other words. This
    • children who have died earlier are thrown back and then piece
    • by the soul forces of growth because it still retains soulful
    • child in its earlier years is more thrown back to its former
    • When a child has grown up and has had the luck to have
    • “When however his teaching up to now are thrown to be
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    • one throws together and indirectly through money exchanges with
    • that the three-folding of the social organism can throw light
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    • distance in normal life does one travel upwards from the earth in growing,
    • only through thickness. In ancient times man felt vividly that in growing
    • in this intelligence of the world through his growth from below upwards,
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    • were simply thrown on his own resources as earthly man, then only in
    • in his form, becoming dense and rigid and growing together with the
    • organs could grow out of the shoulders combined with all this; all as
    • grow rigid, there above is Lucifer who wishes to spiritualize everything;
    • element really wants us to die at 28, it does not want us to grow old.
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    • growth of materialism in man's lower nature. Speaking crudely, one might
    • of substance is a very well-known phenomenon, You know that if you throw
    • physical phenomenon. Here we have a bridge thrown between two phenomena
    • can grow. It is only apparently, only in maya, that anything is lost;
    • previously in that lecture all that throws light on the Ahrimanic and
    • cancerous growth.”
    • the poisonous growth would have happened, such an effort was made to
    • elements, the cancerous growth and the working tissue, could carry on
    • the most direct connections with the poisonous growths, as they need
    • itself doing business, now throwing someone up, now down again. Funds,
    • People nowadays are not inclined to consider what grows out of some affair
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    • ground of the earth, so that nothing good for food could grow on it; we
    • this: Let us think of a crowd of people asleep, all filled with
    • (not less) in all that touches the sorrows of humanity, having a clear
    • egotistically in our sorrow, or withdraw from the world's life, which
    • Tomorrow I
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    • right if in our Society in particular there were not a growing
    • tomorrow, the anniversary of Christian Morgenstern's death, as having
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    • through; but that behind them the Egyptians were drowned, for the sea
    • rise on the morrow and take its journey across the heavens. Then death
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    • because we know that the fruit of our work is assured for to-morrow,
    • together in a narrower circle of our Society we are not there for the
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    • guilt and sin, and from this point of view throw light on the relation
    • necessary for the growth of plants, but that is only half of the truth.
    • their own confession of faith, and to talk of having happily grown
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 1: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • What happens in physical life, the procreation and growth of his physical
    • the human being. For one knows that as the human being grows physically
    • to greater and greater perfection, growing out of vague subconscious
    • origin, in order that we may grow strong in the thought that we have
    • must grow ever stronger in the future spiritual evolution of humanity.
    • another while they are growing out of childhood, by reason of something
    • mankind, to help them to endure the many evils and sorrows they have
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 2: The Entrance of Christianity into the Course of Earth Evolution
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    • clearly enough if only he does not let its voice drown under the external
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    • that more and more impulses are growing in him that make it possible
    • longer are today, and what you are today you will no longer be tomorrow.
    • is thrown upon the few things that have been left to history by the
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 4: Contrasting Principles of Ancient and Modern Initiation
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    • throws no light whatever upon it. In earlier times the human being could
    • he may approach the reality of the subject. More of this tomorrow.
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  • 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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    • from when we grasp our concepts and ideas as they throw their faint
    • us young in a certain way, does not let us grow old as we would without
    • This enabled us to maintain a profit and a normal growth. If we are
    • ruin. And all around us are flourishing countries, old ones grown stronger
    • weighed upon the brows of a triumvirate. If the history of mankind has
    • subject of our New Year's Day reflections tomorrow.
    • of the spirit. Let us try at this moment between now and tomorrow to
    • Tomorrow we want to see, from a consideration of the spiritual world,
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    • be unable to grow to the stature required by the times. If they merely
    • pronounced by a man who calculates, who does not throw words about from
    • agree that you can picture three or four or five beans in a row, even
    • but to throw him out of it. This comes from the same source as the desire
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    • will continue tomorrow as planned. But it goes without saying that how
    • or is drowsy, that is easy enough for anyone to diagnose. On the other
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    • more deeply tomorrow, and you will see how intimately this all relates
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    • unhealthy growths. In most cases, healing a sick organism is nothing
    • meeting takes place tomorrow, we must be sure that we are looking at
    • making the agenda for tomorrow, but how that agenda is dealt with will
    • Tomorrow there will be a
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    • it, that lecture will be given tomorrow, but today I would like to speak
    • as the subject's ambivalent attitude (to borrow the apt term coined
    • pages for showing how new light can be thrown upon the facts of social
    • in which, as he grows up, he liberates himself from this incestuous
    • in their heads. It is hard enough to talk about these things with grownups
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    • tampered with; you have to let it grow inside you like a living organism.
    • I will continue to present my reflections on this question tomorrow.
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    • like to take up a new topic tomorrow.
    • We must understand that as they are growing and developing into their
    • place during growth and development, that a growing human being allows
    • [arrow].
    • the same as insisting that tomorrow's rainy weather is already inherent
  • Title: Human History: Lecture I: The Relation of the Human Being to the Supersensible Worlds
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    • cultural life the need has grown up to turn the sight to the
    • outer world. A growing longing for knowledge of the
    • who have the longing to grow out from the old traditions that
    • of modern natural sciences who performed a lot in a narrowly
    • brows delve into that by necessity which the reflection about
    • egoism, passion grow bigger and bigger. It is a low level of
    • contemplation if one does not feel passion and egoism growing
    • time that the human being grows into the supersensible
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    • this and that way, and we see the human being gradually growing
    • consciously that he grows with his soul life into a spiritual
    • life in the narrower sense. We share our thoughts with the
    • grow only, and from then on the human being can use what flowed
    • contained that we get as joys and sorrows, as pleasure and
    • outside dying. Since we know that then the inside grows.
    • Then you can hope for a tomorrow
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    • become rather talkative. This site is also suitable to grow
    • that boy about whom I knew that he had grown together with the
    • Paracelsus growing up in such a way
    • have grown together so intimately with nature. If he wanted to
    • knowledge had so intimately grown together with his soul that
    • on him. Goethe had grown together like Paracelsus as it were
    • with a harmonious soul that has grown together with the spirit
    • Faust grows together with her in a way,
    • nature. Goethe cannot show how Faust would grow together with
    • at the end of the second part, not while he grows together with
    • experience the deeper soul forces, while he does not grow
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    • spiritual-mental of the animals working in much narrower
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    • Why did I throw myself in the abyss of earthly being,
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    • who dedicates himself to such attempts and makes a narrow
    • in his narrow personality, and in particular, he has not to be
    • grow pale, and in the hidden depths of the soul, they are
    • viewpoint that I am that with my self which exceeds my narrow
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    • the animals have, save that this bone grows together with the
    • human being, so that it does no longer appear in the full-grown
    • quite strange fact appeared to him that certain furrows, which
    • — as outgrowths of spiritual science. You can
    • maybe also as folly if you limit yourself to its outgrowths,
    • mock at the outgrowths than to deal seriously with the
    • outgrowths that maybe appear within it. The few human beings
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    • social catastrophe, during the time in which the social cancerous growth,
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    • with the body of the state, although this had grown out of entirely
    • of the economic order in which all parts of the nation grow together
    • parts of the nation have somehow grown together into an organic whole;
    • To-morrow we shall speak
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    • you to see that the following explanations throw light upon things only
    • his capital, of seeing to it that it grows. This increase in capital
    • or the industrial process grows in the course of the years through the
    • accumulation of capital, when this industrial process grows and forms
    • a better course of development. But unless people are near to drowning,
    • to you that the increase of capital, the growth of capital, which I
    • grown dry and withered. Both these things are connected. Both factors
    • to-morrow, from a practical. social aspect. What I shall tell you now,
    • the socialistic question, but to-morrow you will see that apparently
    • be able to throw light on the four points which I have designated as
    • To-morrow we shall characterize and discuss the four parts of the so-called
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    • in it, because they do not wish to throw a bridge which leads from ethics
    • will be there, and this very fact throws its shadow upon the socialistic
    • And this throws its whole darkness upon the whole theory.
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    • only causing his growth, but penetrates him in such a way that
    • that this experience of destiny drowns all the other
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    • again with the gradual decrease of the forces, with growing
    • reality. You awake in another world that throws light on the
    • consciousness throws light on the dream world. Hence, spiritual
    • by a side lighting, one would like to say, if you throw a
    • philosophers: if you throw a side glance on the human destiny.
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    • Spiritual science will once throw light on these matters if
    • narrower circles what I say now also here publicly as a result
    • field. On one side, it has narrowed the whole relation of the
    • the bodily, this view was narrowed. This restriction of the
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    • etheric body works on the organism, especially in the growth.
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    • itself with the principles of growth, etc., one can also not
    • consciously grown up with that with which many people have
    • in the last time by the President of the United States, Woodrow
    • progress.” Of course, Woodrow Wilson spoke also in those
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture VII: The Beyond of the Senses and the Beyond of the Soul
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    • this brown mould is spread out there. After a certain time he
    • then if he is reasonable: the brown mould that I have seen
    • speeds of the growth of the head and of the rest of the
    • have quite different speeds of growth, their parts of the
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    • perfection. This shows that the spiritual life grows out of the
    • results occurs as an outgrowth beside the admiration, the
    • inter-maxillary grows together, indeed, already shortly after
    • something grows out of history for spiritual science that is
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    • grows weaker and weaker, and, finally, it disappears.
    • and thought that they would have grown out of the horses. The
    • subsoil of the soul life narrowly tied up with the dream life.
    • in the poem; but then it has been drowned.
    • If sensory narrowness depresses it!
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    • everything is crowded together that hovers around us as world
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    • our soul and appears then in our mood as joy and sorrow, as
    • However, if a human being has grown up in a very materialistic
    • way that you feel the circle or the ellipse growing together
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    • passage of the Israelites through the sea and the drowning of
    • fact that the deeply afflicted Job thrown in misery still gets
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    • Because the armaments of every power grow to such an extent,
    • fight against the opposition, the forces would grow. The
    • individual of a certain cancer species is thrown on the back by
    • direct the. The human being grows out of the guidance of the
    • we are in the fifth. This is no division that is borrowed from
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture III: Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Soul and Spirit of the Human Being
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    • physical eye sees because the external source of light throws
    • stage is if he comes out of joy and sorrow and develops
    • feelings for the supersensible, a sort of joy and sorrow. The
    • However, what lives as joy and sorrow in the human being, the
    • undergoing joy and sorrow. However, then this soul realises
    • narrow-minded inside this way, but we extend our selves and
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    • A plant feels no joy and sorrow, because one cannot speak of
    • Where the animal life begins, where joy and sorrow, where
    • realm and makes him the crown of creation. We realise it best
    • immense emotions and sensations penetrated the crowd when the
    • consider what outgrows the gender difference. Man and woman
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    • However, the Lemurian could make the plants grow, he could
    • shaping of the skull in those, which have a narrow and
    • black ones: Black, Ethiopians; in yellow-brown: the Malayans
    • a drowsy being and a prematurity concerning passions and
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    • brown colours in him. He did not yet grasp realities with
    • ancient Indian had an excessively growing plant world around
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    • believe that the human forces grow in particular with the
    • one injures a person if one throws a stone at his head.
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    • should dare to pass that narrow gate — one calls the
    • He knows, for example, where to the point between the eyebrows
    • point between the eyebrows, you connect something that develops
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture X: Christmas as Symbol of the Sun's Victory
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    • the symbol. We have felt the shorter and shorter growing days.
    • souls possible. The sun became significant for growth and
    • growth of the plants, in the life of the animals, was once
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XI: The Christian Teachings of Wisdom
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    • spiritual life in such a way, immediately beholding. The crowd
    • do not need to borrow this wisdom only from traditions and
    • inner divine essence in ourselves, with which we can outgrow
    • pupils too; he also led them away from the crowd. When he
    • wanted to explain what he had said to the crowd in parables, he
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XII: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • low animals, but also even earthworms can grow out of ordinary
    • grow out of mud. What Redi expressed at that time — who
    • earthworms do not grow out of mud. In the same sense, like that
    • growing up in the child that can be explained just as little
    • However, when we see the child growing up, a strange change
    • can see how the human being outgrows the mere type. In every
    • accordingly formed bit by bit, depending on the essence growing
    • sorrow, instincts, desires, passions, everything that faces us
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XIII: Lucifer
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    • realm forms the ground, from which my roots grow. Without this
    • plant realm and say: I have grown out of it, I owe my food to
    • himself: I have grown out of these lower realms of nature, I
    • sensual desire, as the giver of growth and reproductivity. In
    • outgrown the level of humanity. It is something that rises
    • outgrown the animal. This human ego is that which develops,
    • plant realm, in the animal realm feeling joy and sorrow, and in
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XIV: The Children of Lucifer
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    • within the narrow borders,, but in all regions, in all branches
    • to have outgrown the usual human in the sense of Nietzsche, so
    • grows which is there then.
    • knowledge. Therefore, the human being is only allowed to throw
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XV: Germanic and Indian Secret Doctrines
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    • same as at that time, while they outgrow their lower ego,
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVI: German Theosophists at the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century
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    • directions that a spiritual movement has a hard furrow to
    • throws a characteristic light on this kind of German
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVII: Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods
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    • then, indeed, his figure grows into the superhuman. We can show
    • in the German people even in narrow circumstances when the land
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVIII: Parzival and Lohengrin
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  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XIX: The Easter Festival
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    • and sorrow are joined in the human being; they have coalesced
    • human being stands there as the crown of the remaining
    • universal wisdom starts growing. There it hardly dreams of the
    • he has created in nature to form the crown of all this
    • growing forces of the physical are united, the time begins when
    • original growing of the solar strength is celebrated at
    • Christmas. Easter is tied on the middle of the growing solar
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XXI: Paracelsus
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    • who have grown up in soft clothes and in boudoirs, whereas we
    • grow up in fir cones, therefore, we do not well understand each
    • the apple pip. You cannot understand how the pip grows if you
    • passions, the ideas, joy and sorrow, all that as the two basic
    • me close with his own words that he throws in the teeth of his
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XXII: Jacob Boehme
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    • human soul, so that one needs only to remove the narrow borders
    • human being that can outgrow itself, a divine spark of life.
    • narrow concepts. However, it does not matter to have a concept,
    • that is alive, that signifies life and growth. If the
  • Title: Spiritual-Scientific Consideration: Lecture 1: Prelude to the Threefold Commonwealth
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    • various illusions people had already grown accustomed to
    • immediate future. For much that is now crowding down upon
    • I have taken pains to express in narrow circles, where to
    • Fourteen Points of Woodrow Wilson drawn up from an
    • parasitic growth on the ordinary body of culture. It
    • for instance, was for naught — that it was thrown
    • the general growth of spiritual impulses, so dreadfully
    • throw down to him all the crumbs that you can find in the
    • said that if one man were to grow up from childhood on an
    • other kind of person. They have been supposed to grow up
  • Title: Spiritual-Scientific Consideration: Lecture 2: Esoteric Prelude to an Exoteric Consideration of the Social Question I
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    • grows out of economic life and has the same character as
    • therefore the tragedy of men growing old who will not
  • Title: Spiritual-Scientific Consideration: Lecture 3: Esoteric Prelude to an Exoteric Consideration of the Social Question II
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    • aide of another so that one will throw light on another.
    • recommend that you read his books; You would throw them
    • years. Naturally one can grow older or die younger, but
  • Title: Spiritual-Scientific Consideration: Lecture 4: Pedagogy, from the Standpoint of the History of Culture
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    • forth to make seed-words grow into deeds, and in order to
    • is the outcome of on educational system that has grown up
    • morning he is thrown out on the street, but just a man.
    • organizing, has grown quite neatly into the middle-class
    • an age in which one can also be thrown on the street if
    • age grow out of a truly comprehended Pentecost spirit.
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture I: The Mission of Occult Science in Our Time
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    • clairvoyants. What is now an initiate in the narrower sense?
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture III: The Knowledge of Soul and Spirit
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    • the narrower sense appears as mind in its very own figure, in
    • narrower sense, is exactly the same. According to its form,
    • life itself is transformed internally into joy and sorrow where
    • experiences something in himself that makes him the crown of
    • joy, sorrow, and pain. Everything that co-operates there in the
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture IV: Initiation
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    • earth, which lets grow its stalk, its leaves, and blossoms
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