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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • presented by a spiritual scientist as truth gained through his
    • and feeling and acknowledging them as truth within certain limits, and
    • of anthroposophical truths shall occupy us today.
    • life as if reincarnation and karma were truths and they will become
    • truths for you.” It appears as if this is to be achieved by a form of
    • truths.
    • concerning himself, the better his comprehension in the area of truth.
    • were the gospel truth. On the contrary, he must leave it open as to
    • such a spiritual truth is. The more the love for such inner truths
    • He who proclaims spiritual truths by his own experiences is familiar
    • with this contemplative inner life. The great spiritual truths that he
    • case is he truly appointed to speak about the truths of mysticism, the
    • truths of anthroposophy and spiritual science. In this way does the
    • has become proficient in allowing such truths to dwell within his
    • begins to perceive the great, eternal truths. Then, suddenly the world
    • the truth.
    • essential that the truth become known, the guiding spirits of
    • the loftiest and grandest truths come to us in the most intimate way.
    • The greatest sages of mankind did not discover the great truths by any
    • other than the path described above. They found these truths because
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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • the human being, so long as people knew that these truths had to be
    • explained why certain character features can arise in Man. In truth
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • truth of things. His attitude must never be agitatorial, and he
    • must be confident that when a person has perceived the truth of
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • These facts can be considered in yet another light. On deeper scrutiny
    • self-knowledge, the more you will find confirmation of the truth of
    • happening with his will. The truth is that what we call moral
    • or that. The truth is that Christ has come to him, although he
    • acquire forces that make for unification. In very truth Christ brings
    • A wonderful picture in very truth: that something would happen to make
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • nearly as good as they think. That is a universal truth, a truism, but it can
    • become an effective truth when it is made a practice in everything that is
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • In ancient times, all the truths constituting man's knowledge were
    • This truth lies at the foundation of St. Paul's significant words,
    • Goethe had something else in mind when he expressed the truth that
    • Christ; it must do so. All the truths it advances must lead from a
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • upon truth — it will be because thinking has acquired, through the
    • living and weaving of thought in truth is the causative Spirit.” What
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • truth when it considers the course of natural science at the beginning
    • hundreds and even thousands of years old. But truth possesses powers
    • the truth and effectiveness of his work, let us turn to the nature of
    • acknowledging the truth of reincarnation. It can't change the fact
    • Spiritual science recognizes the truth of repeated earth-lives out of
    • it makes them uncomfortable to know that he acknowledged the truth of
    • truth of Christianity change when spiritual science is used as a tool
    • spiritual science confidently proclaims these ancient Christian truths
    • in a new form because it has understood the depth, truth and
    • been convinced of the truth of Christianity by spiritual science. For
    • permeated by the truth if he lets it work upon him without bias.
    • Otherwise, he won't be able to free himself from prejudices. All truth
    • seer's view of spiritual truth, but the more our thinking is freed
    • paths. He only wants to make us aware that there are truths that can
    • science knows that we can trust our sense for truth. Through the
    • related to the truth. As a result, he believes — signs of the times
    • he counts on the truth-loving and genuinely religious life of the
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • pronouncement is therefore patently false; the truth of all
    • controversy. That is the spiritual truth and quite different from what
    • spiritual truth is from what is happening in the physical world! This
    • truth, which must have a shocking effect on us.
    • what mere physical eyes can perceive! This spiritual truth will ring
    • through death and in so doing, affirmed the truth of the spiritual
    • spiritual scientist who can clearly demonstrate that truth finds its
    • however, there must be souls who will perceive this truth and prepare
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • unwilling to enter deeply into more intimate truths connected with the
    • truths we have studied in many aspects during recent years.
    • truth so. In the first epoch of culture, what was to descend from the
    • racial stocks: Germans, Czechs, Poles, Ruthenians, Rumanians, Magyars,
    • semblance, that the soul in very truth lives on when it has passed
    • meaning and purpose are revealed. Faust expressed the same truth when
    • scrutinize the world and know that the world itself is the document
    • Christ, the Christ lives in them in very truth. All those who in this
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • truth, for one day this will be true. The materialists of to-day are
    • truth. Of this inner truth we may say: What the materialistic
    • hold fast to this truth!
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • because this, revelation is man's warrant for their truth. Such truths, in
    • endeavor to discover the above named truths by means of knowledge developed
    • Besides these truths of pure faith, Thomas Aquinas admits others which can
    • be attained by man's own powers of perception. Such truths he denominates
    • “Praeambula Fidei.” These include all truths dependent upon the
    • of the world is not merely a truth to be accepted on faith, but a fact of
    • character of these truths of pure faith, and that on the other, all the
    • treated exactly as the truths of pure faith are treated in a higher domain.
    • can only be acquired by being communicated. In a higher domain the truths of
    • through human communication, so can the events corresponding to the truths
    • that domain. It thus wins its way to truths which support the truths of
    • faith more actively than do the truths obtainable by mere intellect. Thomas
    • into the domain of the truths of faith, but that the former can defend and
    • the service of a truth which has to struggle and strive for victory in the
    • teeth of opposition. — No one in whom anthroposophical truth has taken
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • consciousness. Again and again I must emphasise this; it is a truth
    • tell humanity the plain unvarnished truth, the truths one has to tell
    • man? Of a truth, they are not present in the Universe for the express
    • represent merely a wave of deepest untruthfulness now passing over the
    • ruts, and that is what makes it so very difficult to speak of such
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • dreamy idealism or, at its worst, into untruth. The Russian on the
    • this conflict makes itself felt to the genuine seeker after truth in
    • inclination to be satisfied with exact truth; whereas in the Central European
    • question. There, in the searching for truth, one trembles in the
    • doubt in man, this vacillation with regard to the truth. It is this
    • the truth — in philosophy — so as not to fall prey so easily
    • to the generally recognized impulses of truth in society.
    • truth of these things. I will tell you of a formula which was
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • the truth: until it came to the spirit, there was truth in a man like
    • man than for communicating truths about nature. Only a naive mind
    • enshrines an essential, inner truth. Indeed it does not! The purpose
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • anthroposophical truths in particular that I would like to develop for you.
    • particular truths have, and that is what we will talk about tomorrow.
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • truth merely its external expression, this is the same as seeing only
    • must in very truth build the bridge between the bodily constitution on
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • world-order. But today it is desired to keep this truth concealed and
    • order in juxtaposition, but the two are one. This is a truth that must
    • considered that such truths were dangerous for the masses and did not
    • wanted to impart these truths to the world and was then brought to his
    • restored to mankind — truths which hitherto have in a certain way
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • success or lack of success of our deeds, how in truth all action is
    • by side with one another; the truth is that whatever is an active
    • thought as such is in truth not a reality of the immediate
    • only. The truth is that matter is continually passing away in that it
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • the eternal cosmic truths, and it will when we learn to think and compose
    • This is in truth the deeper reason for the chaos in our modern life.
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • “a priori” truth. With “a priori” he means a truth
    • You will say that this is a contradiction of the truth that we are
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • between the senses and the outer world is in truth no longer our own
    • itself radiate light but at most throw it back. The truth is that in
    • enunciated as a categorical truth in every book of physics today. But
    • In truth, Julian the Apostate and Constantine stand before us as two
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • expression to a concept, a meaning, a truth about Man simply by saying
    • original word of truth, his word of wisdom, was lost. Speech was
    • the form of an axiomatic truth or as part of an axiomatic truth. Thus
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • observed by anyone with an unbiased sense of truth. But they are
    • the heart. But there, in truth, it is. Man has brought with him through
    • In truth it is so. When we consider the human organization in its
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • Truth Beauty, and Goodness
    • verities" of truth, beauty and goodness, and these in turn in science,
    • as the “eternal verities” of truth, beauty and goodness,
    • his connection with the universe, when Truth, Beauty and Goodness had
    • Let us try to understand how Truth, Beauty and Goodness are related,
    • does not know what this implies. We speak of Truth, little realizing
    • that a feeling for truth is connected with our consciousness of the
    • from inaccuracy, laziness or positive aversion to truth, he may evolve
    • truth, he is in harmony with the feeling he has of his physical body,
    • and pre-earthly existence. If out of laziness or untruthfulness he
    • cut the thread that binds him to pre-earthly existence. Untruth severs
    • existence, and they are severed by untruthfulness. The purely
    • physical point of view. But when, through untruthfulness, he severs
    • This bond is strengthened by a love of truth and Integrity. Nothing
    • feeling for truth and truthfulness. To feel himself in duty bound
    • ideal of Truth.
    • experience of Beauty. When truth and truthfulness enter the realm of
    • the etheric body of formative forces. Whereas Truth is connected with
    • Enthusiasm for truth and truthfulness can kindle in man — in the
    • is absent can possess no real sense of truth and truthfulness. But
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  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • day but rather that we owe it to the night. This is the truth. It is
    • Truth is, we never bring our real and inmost Ego with us from the
    • Therefore in truth, throughout our earthly life our physical body is
    • Saturn is but a very small portion of the truth. The significance of
    • able to look up with inner truth who knows that in the stars, raying
    • truth confess: This Light am I myself in my reality.
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • the being of Elijah appeared again in Lazarus-John — who are in truth one
    • Elijah, brought to mankind through the medium of his own people the truths
    • The truth is, my dear friends, this earthly personality of Raphael was
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • truth acquire weight and significance if we add to them Paul's
    • convinced him of the truth of the Mystery of Golgotha. In spite of
    • great truths of the past connected with man's earthly evolution, a
    • the spiritual truths, whereas the new wisdom was not there. To a
    • utter the pregnant sentence: What is Truth? Paul, as Saul, could not
    • judgement, might not be truth. What a conviction had to be gained by
    • Paul? The conviction that there can be error in the truth which used
    • contain truth — thought Saul. But he had to think otherwise.
    • must contain error in its truth, and error brought Christ to the
    • truth of esoteric Christianity.
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • with super-sensible truths, a mighty cosmic legend. The Spirits of
    • believe in the truth of the Gospels unless the authority of the
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • Whatever we may think of the historical truth of this tradition, it is
    • developing organs which can perceive spiritual truths (just as Nature
    • the identical truths from any other sensible image. The essential
    • truths to become emancipated from sense in order that he may reach,
    • — this is what everyone who really seeks after Truth should keep
    • truths are acquired by super-sensible means, they can always be
    • three dimensions, our truth will still hold good as the special case
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • This indicates a truth which should be emphasised, namely, the supreme
    • truthfully be used, but the relationship is reversed. When we put a
    • Dead can be adjusted in accordance with these truths. In the case of a
    • awaken within us the consciousness that the dead are, in very truth,
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • much more freely about certain truths than is now possible, for such
    • truths are at once taken in too personal a way and awaken personal
    • example, truths which concern the human being very deeply but could
    • are truths of the kind indicated recently when I said: the Greeks
    • their perception of the truth, one has to speak more in generalities
    • if one has, under some circumstances, to describe the truth.
    • important truth about human beings, for it enables us to understand
    • gone into here embraces far-reaching truths. Take one example: it is
    • things, one may touch the highest truths, and yet sound as if one
    • heartedly before the real truths. Take a work of art, the Sistine
    • reality. But in fact you have described an untruth; what you have
    • regarded as truth. A crystal is a truth, for it can exist
    • everything is relative. A rosebud is not a truth. A crystal is; but a
    • truth of them. You have to be carried away from the earth if you are
    • in its place as much untruth as previously there had been Art.
    • come through aesthetic comprehension to a higher truth; but if he
    • comprehension of the world into untruth. There is always this forking
    • thinking, but with truth.
    • set the great truth of the entry into humanity of primal goodness,
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • The truth is that men's failure to comprehend these things is the
    • healing. This is a truth that must now begin once more to find its way
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • the fertilised germ, but the truth is that the human embryo merely
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • but give ourselves up to an illusion. For the truth is that the inner
    • strange saying. Nevertheless, it is the truth. Man might become an ear
    • deeper sense, is an illusion. In truth it is the Cosmic speech which
    • think. For we are born in truth unorientated for walking and standing,
    • strongly. But in very truth, one would have to be inwardly dried up if
    • in truth an organ of Heaven. Such a fact can only be found by
    • only be there in order that the super-sensible truths may be found. But
    • the task of man on earth is to understand the super-sensible truths
    • as a special sin to say that the truth of Spiritual Science was to be
    • experience it thus: Man is in truth not only a physical but a
    • un-German, or what you will. In truth it is the purest product of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • real experience, to have the feeling that one belongs in very truth to the
    • and is cultivated as tradition. Selfless activity is, in very truth,
    • for others, not for yourself. You can in very truth take into yourselves a
    • same time done for all. — This is the truth that was known to the
    • indicated will be within man's power when the occult truth that thought and
    • democracy, but towards oligarchy of the brutal kind, in that the power of
    • ennobled, this will lead to brutality in every possible form. This state of
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • repeatedly inwardly assimilated and digested. External truths
    • That is not possible with spiritual-scientific truths, the
    • reason being that the truths of natural science are lifeless
    • formulated into concepts, whereas spiritual-scientific truths
    • we accept them as if they were external truths, then they
    • to gain knowledge of historical truth we must turn our
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • error or to truth. The activities appropriate to the beings of the
    • or evil earthly man, as earthly man living in truth or in error. But
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • “Truth and Science”
    • to know the truth in regard to world phenomena and have a true and
    • knower does not correspond to truth. He only acquires true
    • only exists because of the light, the Sun. Both truths must
    • unite in one all-embracing truth. Thus Goethe’s words are
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • deeper underlying truth, he would be using a phrase when he writes:
    • These words are either an indication of deeper truth or mere
    • and art arose. Truth was expressed in the form of art, in
    • truth deeper than the superficial doctrines of conventional erudition.
    • vague abstraction. Wagner is expressing a profound truth when he uses
    • truths can only be expressed with the greatest delicacy. Richard
    • Everything was immersed in cloud-masses. In very truth the Spirit of
    • existence. — Such is the deeper truth underlying the myth of the
    • A great cosmological truth is contained in these words, for all things
    • turning-points in evolution, for the truths they contain are deeper
    • life of the peoples. Consciousness of this truth is expressed in many
    • the less it is truth but truth that will be subjected to the same fate
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • he would enter a world where super-sensible truth would be revealed to
    • But now let us scrutinise this logic more closely. The Ideas are
    • heart. Truth and truth alone was his quest. And the great obstacle in
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • past four or five years, can send a great truth trickling into
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • as a truth: In your thoughts and, in your observation, add the
    • glimpse of the truth. It rose up on his spiritual horizon at a time
    • developed. Indeed, this truth even rose up on Schelling’s
    • bear within them a great truth. Oken subdivided the human being as
    • After all, it was merely the exact repetition of a truth which
    • Capesius, conversing with Benedictus, feels the approach of truths
    • to man. Truths of this kind may increase the vanity of many, who may
    • based upon truth. We should gradually be brought to the point of
    • feeling that such beliefs are not based upon truth. For this
    • things in life; this can only be explained through the brutality with
    • by spiritual scientific truths.
    • possible, without the slightest idea of spiritual scientific truths?
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • its truth and glory? Here indeed there is a riddle! Herodotus
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • characteristic is that instruction was given in telling the truth
    • sublime imagery could be used to express the truths which apply here.
    • Shamo, state, Sibylline, theocratic, Trojan, truth, Turanian, Tyrian,
    • truth,
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • spiritual Freedom. These thoughts are in truth the only ground on
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • Deep truths, deep facts of evolution, lie hidden in the ancient
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • Forces belonging in truth to the world of the Pleroma were dragged
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • of the patient. For what is called illness today is in truth only the
    • law. Even today these truths can only be hinted at. For as a rule, if
    • the dead. In truth, those who have passed through the gate of death
    • quarter-truths have far worse effects than complete errors. Thus it
    • is a half- or quarter-truth which underlies what is so frequently
    • I said half- or quarter-truths often have a far worse effect than
    • quarter-truths. Compare it with what we have pointed out today. The
    • frequently arranged instinctively according to these truths. Customs
    • that work from the spiritual world, knows that in truth a man cannot
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • Deep truths are
    • embedded in the myths, truths more concerned with reality than
    • thing or the other. Physiological, biological truths about man
    • Osiris-Isis-Myth arose as the representative for profounder truths,
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • in fact this represented the truth: — there are, however,
    • world of the young boy. We must deal with such things truthfully; the
    • living consciousness and corresponded also with truth. And this
    • the truth contained in them. What is expressed by the nationalistic
    • Such truths must no
    • genuine, honourable truth comes in contact, on the one hand, with
    • understood, is profound truth, needs hardly to be altered at all
    • the actual underlying truth. But one can also see from such things
    • why people are so afraid of the truth. Just imagine if, in the outcry
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • truth is to be spoken it cannot be expected that no mention will be
    • concrete truth is not forthcoming. Mankind moreover is much too
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • truths of Christianity lies in the words: ‘I am with you always
    • let us look at still another truth which, to be sure, I have not
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • and significant truth — namely, man wanders over the earth but
    • to ourselves. For what is this head? This head is in truth, as it
    • one who was initiated in the Mysteries one could say with truth: he
    • the full truth, in a fatal accident. Imagine that a person is struck
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • struggles against those parts of the truth that are suggestive of
    • things, one can see for oneself externally the truth that lies in
    • often quoted it — ‘Mathematics is in truth a great poem’.
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • absurdity. Spiritual perception alone reveals the truth. And a
    • doubt the truth of what is communicated to them. The fabric of life
    • showed you yesterday in an example how untruthfully these opponents
    • proceed, how they simply lie, stating the objective untruth. [*Bern,
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • and feet. It can be said with truth, that speaking is not unconnected
    • that, in truth, this phenomenon is connected also with deeply inward
    • exist. What can be said, and with truth, is that we behold how the
    • Such truths must be viewed in their true light. It is but a slip-shod
    • The truths of Anthroposophy need not remain in the realm of
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • in very truth, to think in pictures, in Imaginations.
    • can be said with truth that, to begin with, the brain is a plastic
    • denotes complete misunderstanding, for the very reverse is the truth.
    • In very truth we enter as it were into unison with a rhythm. Our
    • and material life. In very truth man must lay hold of the Spirit, for
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • Albertus Magnus and Thomas Aquinas had dogmatically preserved truths
    • longer be grasped. To begin with, these truths had to be protected as
    • dogmas. The highest truths required by the human beings were sought
    • although in a certain abstract manner — of the truths which
    • how the truth, the absolute truth of Darwinism may stand, it
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • otherwise. Why? Let us bear in mind a truth which I have often
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • recognises this truth in regard to the external world of physical
    • themselves. Spiritual science must teach that this truth should be
    • external physical body (we know this, for it is a trivial truth)
    • truth.
    • really correspond to the truth.
    • the propagation of spiritual-scientific truths at the present time!
    • Consider the strong opposition that spiritual-scientific truths
    • encounter on the part of people outside. Consider how these truths
    • nothing.” Although this is not an absolute truth, it is
    • learning in a theoretical way one or the other truth which spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • realities, these are truths. These realities should be well impressed
    • year 333, it was still possible to grasp this truth to a certain
    • person may or may not accept one or the other truth, is of no
    • revealing the truths of Karma. I have often listened with great pain
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • all, too, the force of truthfulness that are worst off. The moment
    • untruthfulness asserts itself, the super-sensible experiences fade
    • Anyone who observes how humanity is handling palpable truth today
    • ‘varnish’ the truth in one respect or another. Further,
    • speaking the truth at all about certain things, because of national
    • in which truth must be conceived to-day. Hence the truth is virtually
    • avenues to the truth lie open? [Steiner was quoting
    • those who wallow in such swamps of untruthfulness as were disclosed
    • grasped as super-sensible truth by the healthy human reason. There is
    • relations between man and man must prevail if super-sensible truths
    • ‘varnish’ truth on the one hand and, on the other, wish
    • super-sensible truths into the world. Thereby it could achieve
    • world these vital truths of the age? People may not realise why it
    • of truth; but with some people it has not always been a question only
    • of truth, but often only of opportunism. Naturally it is unpleasant
    • nowadays to have to witness the attitude to truth adopted by the
    • to move about on crutches instead of using their legs. Their ideal is
    • of life, from all props, all crutches in the life of soul. Whenever
    • With the help of crutches you may seek in the easy way to establish
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • of spiritual truths, truths regarding the actual spiritual content of
    • strive after the truth in the way in which it must disclose itself to
    • man when he is conscious of his human dignity, then the truths
    • important above all is that the spiritual truths now accessible to
    • for the truths of Anthroposophy are perfectly comprehensible to the
    • especially in this — that the spiritual truths which want to
    • spiritual truths. They will then find the way, which will be on the
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • and for this reason it called the descending nations the “RUTSI”
    • Rutsi”, which afterwards became the name of the
    • expresses in a wonderful way the truth that the Finnish nation had to
    • that which constituted the natural element of the “Rutsi”.
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    • The real truth is that what we have had drummed into us from about
    • For the truth is that everything in life that flowers and bears fruit
    • experiencing the super-sensible nature of all truth. Sharing the
    • goodness nor truth are accessible to man unless he acts in the very
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    • knowledge. It is not only the knowledge of spiritual truths that is primarily
    • course, obliged to publish the truth a few days later. The second quality of
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    • results when man is permeated with the great truths of spiritual
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    • you to realise that there must be complete truthfulness and deep
    • of truthfulness and earnestness, and become thoroughly conscious of
    • already has in his heart and in his soul the sense of truth which has
    • only devote himself open-mindedly to this sense of truth, with the
    • will for truth which lies in the depths of his soul unless prejudices
    • programmes. Man is able to sense truth where it genuinely exists.
    • divert men from the natural feeling for truth that is present in
    • be taken as a standard example of the way in which the great truths
    • profound moral significance of the super-sensible truths pertaining to
    • allow it to deter us from the earnestness and respect for truth that
    • the truths of the spiritual world. That is how we should respond to
    • only because the truth of the spiritual world shone into his soul.
    • gifts were on a level with those of Homer. But this truth which was
    • speak of something else as well. There was a certain truth which I
    • people may be disappointed but truth will be the gainer! I could well
    • of truth requires that we acknowledge these things; it requires us to
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    • world. Man feels the truth of this, but it is in his power to reduce
    • to the Sun sphere. In very truth we become, as souls, Sun dwellers
    • truth.
    • them, of the truth that God is present as the divine spark in every
    • ken, men were able, by drawing intimate truths from the depths of
    • dream. For certain as it is that a truth is right in an epoch
    • possessed of a genuine sense of truth, it is also a fact that
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    • finds its way into the hearts of men it will in very truth bridge the
    • within the physical life of men. The truth is that the spiritual life
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    • find, for example, that there is a deeply significant truth in the
    • second Adam, the spiritual Adam. It is a profound truth that Paul
    • say: truth lies in the middle, between two different standpoints. But
    • between two chairs! The truth cannot be found by a one-sided adoption
    • It can therefore be said with truth: yes, there are
    • manifesting these qualities only late in life. In truth, however, the
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    • period he can behold what is in process of coming into being. Truths
    • the comprehension of spiritual truths. For if such faculties are to
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    • these two facts harmonise? The truth is that they harmonise
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    • spiritual chronicle of the time, then we must say that no real truth
    • which today we must emphasise again and again: that in truth the
    • truth that there had been this early manifestation of Christ. He had
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    • from occult truth on the wings of fantasy, we have to be guided
    • the truth which can of itself impart a kind of conviction of its
    • be driven on to speculate about the truth. Landmarks appear. For me
    • is nowhere recorded — but I am able to give you the full truth
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    • in the vessel of the sun's physical power. So in truth the
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    • Who have not walked in Truth from the beginning
    • Who only reach the Truth through suffering, sinning,
    • Who only read the truth through sin's transgression.”
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    • find the abstract truths that are the pride of present-day humanity.
    • More and more we find pictures, truths expressed in pictures.
    • We wrestle our way through the deeply significant truths still
    • during the previous day, would have to admit, if he knew the truth,
    • early state of development, the progress of humanity was in truth
    • The truth is that human beings on Earth can do nothing in the secrecy
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    • of these great general aspects, of these general truths, but also of
    • certain particular truths. If we grow more and more acquainted with
    • special aspects of truth, spiritual science itself will also acquire
    • I have now expressed truths which have a great weight in the
    • evolution of man's future, but these truths should become
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    • beings. For in truth our whole life between birth and death —
    • fruits of our life embodied in the cosmos. This is a truth we must
    • the simple reason that, if we did so, highly unpleasant truths would
    • relationships. Then, of a truth, as fire is avoided by our hand, so
    • spiritual-scientific truths — people will connect their life
    • — truths into which we look by spiritual vision. But alas,
    • these truths. It was not always so. Anyone who can study history in a
    • spiritual way will know this. Today people are afraid of these truths
    • may be an unpleasant truth — very unpleasant, I doubt not. None
    • thoroughly objective reasons. For such a truth as this can only be
    • our own soul is rooted, which soil is in truth identical with the
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    • closer to the truth! It would lead us closer to the real truth if we
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    • day, would give this definition: “Truth consists in the
    • lead to an inner truth in the picture. Imagine to yourself that you
    • again a feeling for Truth, for real Truth.
    • Truth. We have gone astray through materialism — and especially
    • where the idea of Truth is concerned. Compare for yourselves, for
    • descriptions should correspond to the Truth grows weaker and weaker.
    • And so long as this feeling for Truth does not permeate humanity, the
    • any concepts of Truth in our thoughts, our concepts become falsified.
    • take hold of lies, and allow truth to become inwardly distorted.
    • feeling for Truth most intensively, we cannot gain access to the
    • true, what Spiritual Science brings down for us as Truth, from the
    • own personal interests, to be able to see how untruthfulness glitters
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    • profound truths of spiritual science. I therefore request those of
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    • only able by means of abstractions such as the truths of mathematics,
    • to conceive of the activity of the Archangels. These truths appear
    • truth, only that around that ‘ I ’ there is
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    • should not be prejudiced thereby. Here the truth may, indeed be
    • we really do come upon remarkable truths.
    • truths can only be indicated. They give us that which is in
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    • external surface of our earth is simply a delusion. The truth is,
    • hierarchies more and more clearly in the truths underlying our
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    • one such Mystery-Oracle the truths of which we are now speaking were
    • and lightning! That is the Spirit Who to us speaks truth. Oh, the
    • Great Spirit speaks truth! Your Spirits, whom you have here on paper,
    • and who express what to you is great, they do not speak truth.’
    • truth. That is a world-historic dialogue, which was carried on
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    • produced that in man which urges him to untruthfulness and to lying.
    • Lies and untruthfulness extend beyond the inner part of man. In the
    • body is inwardly permeated by the impulse to be untruthful and thus
    • untruthfulness, and in the physical body sickness and death.
    • have been seized by sickness and death, lying and untruthfulness, and
    • is selfishness, in the etheric body lying and untruthfulness, and in
    • a Wolf. That is the astral shape for lying and all untruthfulness
    • tendency to untruthfulness which is active there. In the Fenris Wolf
    • light, i.e., the truth, appeared darkened to the old Northman, he
    • could enumerate many so-called scientific truths which contain more
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    • wonderfully the great occult truths are expressed in its pictures
    • What I have just said is a truth which has for a long
    • schools, a truth which to-day must be found especially in the domain
    • truth; but in the twentieth century it would be a great misfortune
    • prepared by Anthroposophy to recognize where the truth lies, a test
    • prepared to recognize the truth on this very subject, than here,
    • truth concealed in this account of the Fenris Wolf remaining behind
    • of mankind for this or the other truth. That is not ‘occultistic’.
    • the truth, of the facts.
    • unprejudiced sense for truth you begin to reflect, when you say, ‘We
    • Mystery will be found to correspond to the truth.
    • the truth according to the inner nature of the facts.
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    • beyond the earth? It can be said with truth that the separation of the moon,
    • It can be said with truth that the
    • nineteenth century. The cultivation of Spiritual Science is in very truth a
    • reflects the sunlight back to us, is in truth deeply connected with our
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    • important truths concerning spiritual worlds, but mixed with so much
    • contrary of the truth is asserted with regard to spiritual
    • alienated from all religious life by the half-truths of natural science
    • is all the opposite of the truth. Through the very circumstance that in
    • about the truth of the Copernican view of the universe? There have been
    • there is no injury done to the cardinal truths of the Bible, merely
    • some one says he will not admit the truth of repeated earth-lives for
    • future, the great truths of Christianity will outshine them all. This
    • taken by the spiritual evolution of mankind knows that truth has always
    • with truth. What is contradicted are people's habits of thought. And
    • It was just something new. But truth has to make its own way in the
    • experience that truth always works its way through the smallest
    • attached to him and swear by what he says. But never yet has a truth
    • been effaced through having been hated. Truth may at any time be
    • unappreciated, the time will come for this science also. Truth may be
    • For truth is intimately,
    • may be convinced that the human soul and truth belong to one another
    • truth. For they are sisters, who have a common origin, and must always
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    • of those who did not hold this view. He regarded as truth both what
    • to speak of one and the same truth in art, in science and in
    • in truths such as have now once more been expressed. He should feel
    • who said: “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life.” But
    • the way to the Truth and to the Life in the Spirit has to be
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    • truths which exist in eternity. We could not conceive of anything
    • should select to represent plastically the truth which Spiritual
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    • indications, we must remind ourselves of a familiar truth of
    • Hierarchies for whom we have in truth been spiritually born, this
    • truth that he is protecting himself from Ahriman, for there are no
    • to a more impersonal grasp of the truths of spiritual life than the
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    • of the truths underlying human life and cosmic existence is by no
    • not be difficult for us to be convinced of the truth of repeated
    • earth if we do not apply in an absolutely concrete way the truth of
    • truths of Spiritual Science in all seriousness. These truths seem so
    • courage to apply these truths neither in practical life nor even in
    • truth, or at all events diverges very widely from the truth. It is
    • precisely the deeper truths which seem at the outset strange and
    • Europe and on towards Russia. We shall never get to the truth if we
    • this reason those who are sincere students of the truths of
    • of a truth until the proper time has arrived. It is right, for
    • truth. Nothing will make me accept these things merely on the basis
    • truths such as those of which I have spoken to you today —
    • abstractions to a concrete understanding of the truths themselves.
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    • truth implied by the spiritual-scientific doctrines, in the real
    • take in spiritual-scientific truths we are still a long way from
    • tread an easier path, which is to accept spiritual truths on the
    • spiritual-scientific truths is a very difficult path; the other path,
    • Those who strive after spiritual truths will more easily gain a
    • conviction of these truths by observing facts supported by life
    • expressed a deep truth when he said: “Folks do not notice the
    • prove the truth of theosophical teachings. Let us observe a certain
    • truth, it should become manifest that by adopting the right attitude
    • valuable truths. Those who are led together with him by Karma must
    • be recompensed by truth; these are two extremes which bring about a
    • results can be achieved if he brings him positive truths and has real
    • truth; namely, that we are in the position to be of very little help
    • observing life itself. This will enable us to recognize the truth of
    • its laws. Theosophy is not only a theoretical truth, but a search for
    • proofs which establish this truth in life itself.
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    • sources, when certain truths are transmitted which do not seem to be
    • untruth, and does not change it. Only if we begin to take an interest
    • voicing the following truth; Men who are to learn how to use their
    • it is to set up certain truths contained in the threefold structure
    • These truths enable us to gain a feeling for the requirements of
    • anthroposophical truths which we are able to gain for ourselves
    • and the will to push through with anthroposophical truths. The worst
    • accessible to truths which must be known, so that they may rise up
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    • differentiate them. Truth can only be reached if we are able to
    • example, related by Erasmus Franceschi and based on truth. In his
    • should grasp that the truths connected with the spiritual world
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    • need scarcely say that to many men to-day this truth is unacceptable.
    • untruthfully as the theologians do, but verily in truth can say: —
    • in truth as a super-earthly being. The solution to our social
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    • stands there before us in its truth or untruth and our personality
    • — be filled with enthusiasm for the truth, and turn with
    • truth and falsehood with other relations of life, we find a
    • to a conclusion between truth and untruth in the realm of science we
    • truths of spiritual science. As we gradually find our way on this new
    • As we come to apprehend the truths of the pre-earthly
    • too, we learn to understand how the lack or neglect of such truths is
    • when we have learned to apprehend sound spiritual truths, then ideas
    • truths leave man to feed upon himself.
    • enables us to distinguish spiritual truths in yet another way, for it
    • brings home to us that truth is related to love, that healthy and
    • a deeply significant truth begins to dawn upon us, namely, that man
    • we recognise that when man devotes himself to moral truth, he becomes
    • sincere seekers after truth, they will receive health and healing
    • the truths of the spiritual world — let me say —
    • truths; he can grasp them, take hold of them with the entire forces
    • who receive the truths with warmth of heart. And within the societies
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    • The truths we look for in spiritual science should not
    • All the conditions and circumstances of life proclaim this truth; on
    • due weight to the spiritual-scientific truth that in the present age
    • post-Atlantean epoch those who worked to spread religious truths did
    • it is still not possible to say very much, yet certain truths must be
    • science that what may seem to us abstract truths have in them magic
    • truths we take in during our meetings, we shall be fellow-workers at
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    • truths in former times did not take this view. They were quite clear about
    • great religious truths which fill our soul with awe, conveying as they
    • cannot be reached without painful inner experiences. The great truths do
    • to discourage anyone, but because it is the truth. It may be discouraging
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    • earth, and this truth is indicated in the manner of dating the Easter
    • deep inner lack of truth is here laid bare. Truth would be obliged to
    • ‘Christianity’ — through this, a tendency to untruth,
    • is why this tendency to untruth is so closely interwoven with the events
    • Resurrection. We set ourselves at enmity with the truth and we try to
    • cherished by the modern materialistically minded man towards the truth,
    • one can in very truth feel something of the Christ Impulse, or whether
    • elsewhere. But that is the deep inward untruth of our time: men slink away
    • they are based — all unconscious though he may be of it. The truth
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    • doubt this appears as a simple piece of information. But truths like
    • these are followed by a full Moon. In deed and in truth, with the
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    • Whatever is above the Earth, belongs in truth to the
    • is not true. The truth is rather this:—
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    • will which is at work in the body. This is the truth —
    • this truth, it is heart-rending to see the ideas of modern science proclaiming
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    • is happening to-day on many farms. Then we are ruthlessly exploiting
    • used, we shall make good again much that would otherwise become a ruthless
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    • work. So it is for me. Spiritual-scientific truths are true in themselves,
    • these truths. In the Anthroposophical Society, too, our scientists have
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    • To find the spiritual truths, we cannot merely conclude by analogy from
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    • as it may be, objectively speaking this is the truth. It is none other
    • as these things are so, your farm is in truth a kind of individuality,
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    • means The Way. Moses means The Truth (ethical or moral
    • truth). Jesus is The Life. Jesus says to His disciples:
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    • on historical grounds, if one is but ready to see the truth — but they
    • under torture to speak untruths about themselves. This fact — not
    • with high spiritual truths, the general culture became more and more
    • themselves. What makes itself manifest in the world is indeed truth; but the
    • of the real becoming of the earth. The truth of the matter is as
    • infinite. That is an altogether abstract conception. The truth is that time
    • Truths
    • like this must be clearly envisaged again, for it is only with truths like
    • certain minds came upon such truths. For the fact that people went on such
    • truths. When the Lord is conversing with Mephistopheles in the
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    • full harmony with the scientific truths which have emerged in the
    • guarantee for the truth of our soul’s experience, the reflected
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    • to know not only the path of truth but also the sources of error, so
    • investigation of truth. One has to do with errors that must be not
    • of individual truths or errors, but it is necessary to be clear
    • soul, man can fall into untruth on the path of spiritual
    • sense perception — not caricature and untruth but the truth,
    • kind of immoral or weak moral mood, any kind of moral untruthfulness,
    • outer, everyday life and in ordinary science the content of truth,
    • security in truth, everything that gave him the possibility of
    • the truth and not fall into error, because the support that one has
    • differentiate truth from error in the spiritual
    • from what is truth. If he does not learn to delimit himself in this
    • between phenomenalism and ecstasy, in knowing both, lies the truth,
    • or at least truth can be reached if one knows both. The path of
    • life with common sense, without sentimentality and untruthfulness. It
    • genuine feeling for truthfulness. All fanaticism, all inaccuracy,
    • untruthfulness. The spiritual investigator, therefore, must strive to
    • feel himself obliged to hold firmly to the truth, to mix nothing with
    • the unconditional truth that exists in ordinary life, for in the
    • truthfulness; the moment the spiritual investigator demonstrates that
    • no proof of its truthfulness. Although six hundred million human
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    • by the brutal language of force which is used in materialistic
    • actual truth, which now has but to be further built up.
    • This is in truth, often but a wail!
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    • truth that earthly life can never progress fruitfully along such
    • innermost nature, than are the abstract truths current in the world
    • of materialism. The truths of Spiritual Science are able to kindle
    • the expression of the truth, harmony and fullness of man's nature. In
    • nothing but an ideology, a fact of economic life. This is not a truth
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    • and the great truths connected with that Event; they realise,
    • truth Christ was not only present in the Body that was once
    • words! Novalis is also aware of the stupendous truth that since the
    • of his deep insight into occult truths, Novalis speaks of Christ as
    • whence men had come forth, proclaimed a truth which they
    • say to you that the God lives in very truth, it is only the
    • truth; but from the physical world he could bring little that
    • with truth: the God himself dwells in the Greek temple. The
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    • understand spiritual science this is really only an excuse. The truth
    • they make other excuses. In truth, they are afraid and therefore seek
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    • of the great truth of reincarnation, of repeated earthly lives, and we must
    • or Lustre) and Thummim = Wahrheit (Truth). Most
    • “manifestation” and “truth”. There is no
    • by the Christ Impulse. Consciousness of this truth was demonstrated
    • century but it is a truth that has at all times been known to many
    • two points instead of at one. In very truth the three years' duration
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    • objections to practically everything you do! Truth to tell, you are
    • not nearly as good as you believe. This is a universal truth —
    • a truism, no doubt; but it is an effective truth if you make it a
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    • Platonic truths. By this Yoga-breathing the pupil did not acquire
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    • truth for him; it is not a truth for him to-day. We can see this
    • The truth is that we are living in a stage of evolution when man
    • untruth has thus found its way into modern religious consciousness.
    • is the very thing that modern man needs to learn. There must again be truth
    • truths such as I have been indicating to-day. That is the only way we
    • right form for these truths — a form which would enable
    • truth, this is all that is accessible to the pure intellect on its
    • clarity of thought, if man wants to say of himself in all truth and
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    • conviction of the truth of the Mystery of Golgotha. Traditions
    • incapable of understanding the esoteric truths. Going further, we
    • truth concerning the earliest periods in the evolution of earthly
    • momentous word: ‘What is Truth?’ While Paul was Saul,
    • it was impossible even to imagine that there might be no truth in
    • was to arise in Paul was that truth once proceeding from the Gods
    • could become error among men, that truth had been turned by men
    • truth ... . While Paul was still Saul, he argued that if indeed
    • Christ on the Cross. Divine truth must therefore have become
    • truth of esoteric Christianity came to him for the first
    • the exoteric truths of which the Gospels do indeed awaken
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    • an abstract truth, as a theory, but it should be grasped with the
    • soul. Little by little all the truths and forces of knowledge which
    • encouragement inducing us to fill ourselves with the great truths of
    • days of peace, when the truths which we have implanted into our souls
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    • extraordinarily significant truth in the history of human
    • evolution, this truth which I have just explained to you, is
    • to make a great effort in order to convince a friend of the truth of
    • the deepest truths of the science of initiation appear strange to the
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    • purpose. Our civilisation, in truth, aims at nothing more
    • about absolute Goodness and Truth. They are not asking about
    • all-comprehensive universal truth; the various types of men
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    • significant truth lies behind these things! A man of today
    • understand the first truths of the Mystery of Golgotha. We
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    • the higher truths will not be evident to a fifteen-year old
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    • reminiscent of the attitude to truth adopted in the
    • truth could not be received in any superficial mood of soul.
    • Those who are aware to some extent of the holiness of truth
    • there is no longer any indication that truth must be sought
    • conception of this in our age of materialism when truth
    • Mysteries, truth might be approached only after the soul had
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    • events in the form in which this truth is now often conceived. For to
    • nevertheless true, and its truth is brought home to us by the
    • reincarnation being of course an already recognised truth — is
    • admit, hypothetically at all events, some of the truths investigated
    • physical ‘appearances’ into reality and find the truth.
    • truth. How great a contrast lies here between the wisdom of Buddha
    • truth. This however is not the point at issue. The point is that the
    • truths through the successive epochs, but to a unique event occurring
    • repeated earthly lives, comes to cry in truth, “Not I, but
    • rise above all illusion and lead to truth and freedom. True, a
    • the world can be known in its truth, yet I can evolve to it.”
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    • We realise the truth of
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    • that the Buddha found the four great Truths, one of which awoke
    • corpse he had discovered the truth of suffering as a last
    • the Earth, they were able to instil into humanity the truth of the
    • brother; in death and in life you die in Christ.” The truth of
    • truth of birth from God the Father, and to Ex Deo Nascimur was
    • to the truth “Out of God the Father we are born” —
    • this truth — “In Christ the Son we die, in order that we
    • knew the truth of that which the old clairvoyant powers of the soul
    • soul, we live.” To these truths Initiation Science will ever
    • in full clarity to the human heart, this other truth — a truth
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    • What is the truth behind the Mystery of Golgotha? On the one hand, we
    • ashamed to admit the truth of the miracles, so they struck out
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  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • to the oldest, the first and deepest sense of truth.”
    • spiritual investigator who knows the truth of the words of Goethe:
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    • lecture to-day will contain certain truths which will
    • have, not an atomic present, but in very truth a past which is related
    • is which can reveal itself to man as a great and significant truth:
    • accordance with truth depends upon the fact that between the
    • manner of thinking which we meet with here conceals the real truth
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    • truths were necessary which we had collected in the course of the
    • occult truth. There cannot in reality be an Eastern and Western
    • these truths. We cannot really understand Christianity, for instance,
    • number of occult truths have penetrated into the world, and any one
    • works they contain an immense number of truths. — Truths of
    • inspiration? There are great Rosicrucian truths in Isis
    • had not the possibility of an insight into the truths of
    • reincarnation and karma, did not possess these truths in the
    • contains great truths concerning everything not Christian, —
    • domain in which these truths were not cultivated. The whole course
    • Orientalism regards it as a truth that precisely five thousand years
    • goodwill not dependent on the denial of any truth that may have been
    • denial of the truth. But in so far as we are logical, goodwill must
    • our task to enter more deeply into the teachings and truths we have
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • through the illusion in order to penetrate further into the truth of
    • being; and we have seen that spiritual achievements formed in truth
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    • Cherubim. And yet in truth we must say that a sacrifice such as
    • raised. From resignation comes forth water; water is in literal truth
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    • quite a good comparison if we were to say that the world of truth,
    • than the great occult truth: ‘In the whole world of Maya one
    • displays an undeniable reality, a direct truth. What then is real on
    • renunciation and resignation. To these three truths we have to-day
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    • they are able to take truths in the right way and some things
    • of people are prepared to recognize the truths of that
    • do not distinguish between truth and deception. Let them make
    • such grave truths in their souls and also let these truths
    • today. And if these truths sound pessimistic to you and make
    • and looks at our time in the light of the serious truths we
    • the truth. Yet there are people who consider themselves to be
    • spiritual truths.
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    • ponder the truth I presented yesterday which is, to put it
    • that, knowing this truth, we shall be compelled to feel
    • things if everything is mixed up together? The truth is that
    • is a magnificent and awesome truth that sleep helps our
    • evolution will not progress unless these truths become part
    • reality they are nothing but the most brutal egotism. People
    • another area where we can only discover the truth if we look
    • based on truth and not illusion. The Fama appeared in 1614, the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • to present truths based on the science of the Spirit that in
    • differ but often are the direct opposite of the truths that
    • expected, therefore, that people will consider these truths
    • When truths
    • difference between those truths and common opinion was
    • fanciful and absurd. Nevertheless, truths that until now were
    • opinion and those who hold it react to these truths; nor do
    • react to truths today and in the immediate future. People
    • way but a clear vision of the truth. It tells us that it is
    • people will simply have to face such a truth boldly and not
    • vital genuine truths must now be proclaimed to the world. For
    • created to enable people to grasp the truth. The truths which
    • they are thoroughly uncomfortable. The truths people like and
    • ask for are convenient truths, for that is the way people are
    • uncomfortable truths will have to be presented in the course
    • establish the truth. The literary historian then said: Well,
    • truth, it is extremly difficult to accept the truths relating
    • to the truths which must now be made known, the whole
    • us say on the human head. But truths which go deep, even if
    • not only the head. To proclaim such truths one must be able
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    • has come for humanity to know certain truths concerning the
    • going to be prepared to accept these truths out of their own
    • these truths, some of which are liable to shock people. They
    • of these truths were carefully guarded in the ancient
    • truths. Now, we have often said that it is fear of the great
    • truths that prevents people from accepting them. Those who
    • in a kind of sleep state where these truths are concerned? As
    • truths?
    • learn the truth that in order to bring about birth and death
    • This truth was kept hidden to protect ordinary life from the
    • important to let this disturbing truth enter into our souls
    • an unpalatable truth for people who never tire of making
    • terrible truth, but it is so. And nothing will avail where
    • this truth is concerned but to get to know it and to see it
    • to these truths.
    • This is a harsh truth, but it is important. It is intimately
    • presenting truths which will bring people together.
    • generally receive truths. People do not like to be told
    • truths today because they simply do not believe truth to be
    • of the Spirit. Modern people believe truth must always be
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    • that we are getting to know grave and significant truths and
    • truth. Yet in spite of our outward superficiality we are
    • human evolution reveals a truth which may well cause dismay
    • brutal teaching of St Augustine, for example, and also of
    • Such was the doctrine. It seems brutal. And yet, seen in the
    • then, is another awkward truth, but a truth which we must
    • body. It will however, need the brutal reality of the facts
    • conscious of the truth of everything I have just told you.
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    • This is nonsense, however. The truth is that the human race
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • truths have to become known which are not welcome truths. Yet
    • I have touched lightly on some of these truths. Just a short
    • the truth. It is really a good thing for you to be fully and
    • based on truth — though of course it is not a good idea
    • merely take what I am saying as an abstract truth but let it
    • realize that dead truths cannot govern life, only living
    • truths can do so. The following is a dead truth.
    • Therefore — as dead truth says — we must
    • intelligent. The abstract truth is: the intellect is
    • cultivated via the intellect. The living truth is: the
    • content in the living truth compared to the dead, abstract
    • truth. This is something humanity will have to come to
    • this, too, is something which has to be learned. The truths
    • these truths in the same way we treat the facts of the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 8: Abstraction and Reality
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    • brutally, although it would seem to him that he put it in a
    • saying such things, but the philosopher hides the brutality
    • months. This was a truth fully supported by factual evidence.
    • truth get near them; in the same way people who have fallen
    • absolute truth; they cannot even imagine that the opposite
    • anyone want to pay heed to such a colossal truth? Did the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • truths of spiritual development come to mind whenever you
    • those fundamental truths more deeply. In the last days we
    • truths which we already know from certain points of view, but
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • about the truth and the reality.
    • to them in such a way that the truth comes into what we say.
    • If there were not a place where the truth can be said, this
    • at least some places where the truth can be presented in an
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • accord with the truth. We must not base ourselves on such
    • simply are the truth, though it is a truth which people today
    • untruth.
    • far from easy to accept the truth of this; it is easier today
    • universal human truths, which are independent of all blood
    • bonds. These are universal human truths because they have not
    • Mystery-truths that they have had to go against the stream of
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • the truths concerned would have remained in the spiritual
    • over themselves with their cleverness. The spiritual truths
    • difficult to say truth-inspired things today because they
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 14: Into the Future
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    • presented to people to deflect them from truths they could
    • deflected from the truth. Just think what it really meant
    • some excellent truths which are of the first magnitude. But
    • Please take this as a highly significant truth: the will
    • truths are of the kind of which I have spoken before when I
    • we shall never arrive at the real truth if we feed on words
    • is awake and sees the truth, are ignored. It is, of course,
    • Yet if you wanted to tell people the truth you would have to
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • Truth and Science,
    • inwardly to real, spiritual truths, and they say: Everything must be
    • — one has attained the simplest truths. There, quite
    • us, however, to dictate program truths. Above all, they must
    • the truthfulness that, to begin with, one acquired for oneself in
    • himself to truthfulness when speaking about the spirit. For in the
    • truthfulness; one must bring it with one.
    • is to be accomplished, then we must educate ourselves in truthfulness
    • to be truthful in the spiritual world. Otherwise we will tell people
    • inexact, then we will recount nothing but untruths about the
    • that only our opponents, who mean to tell untruths, can still call
  • Title: Foredrag: Kristusimpulsen i tidens utvikling og dens virke i mennesket
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    • trinn som gikk forut for Golgatamysteriet, - en gang i den
    • det forut var en engel som tre ganger var giennemtrengt av
    • Tre ting går forut for at barnets Jeg
    • visse forutsetninger og ved rent kosmisk innflydelse utgikk en
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    • are realities in the forms in which they appear. But in truth it is
    • symbols which indicate spiritual processes. And in truth the soul
    • that truth must reign among us as a sacred law.
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    • first to place before humanity the truth that every plant body is
    • approaches matters with a healthy sense for truth and a serious
    • with a healthy sense for truth reaches the point where these concepts
    • sense for truth, especially regarding the natural sciences — and
    • environment. For the serious seeker after truth, this puts a stop to
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • truths of the Mysteries. Take, for example, the Hercules
    • Truth knows no Mysteries. All Mysteries without exception
    • looked for outside the realms of truth and reason; offspring
    • bring forward something of the real historic truth, as
    • place this beside the other important truth which I have told
    • it, as I said, we must now set forth the real historic truth.
    • exoteric truths were represented. What then was esoteric,
    • religious truth to be in any way dangerous. Whatever they
    • those who took on the obligation to keep these truths within
    • truths they there learned about the circle, the triangle, the
    • the truths of physical science they grew more lax. These
    • truths gradually penetrated out of the Mysteries, into the
    • The plain truth
    • specially mysterious and hidden truths on matters purely
    • nowadays would consist in certain psychological truths. In
    • very ancient times it was the physical truths; then it became
    • psychological truths — truths of the soul-life. These
    • truths, however, are only kept under lock and key nowadays by
    • certain truths of physical science in the deepest secrecy. It
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    • we still find a consciousness of ancient truths of the
    • away with all that pertains to the truths of the Mysteries,
    • One such truth
    • only represent the most appalling untruthfulness and perfidy,
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    • its course within the physical body. Thus, in truth, we may
    • truth that the cosmos is a self-contained organism — in
    • Whereas the truth is: Here are the starry heavens, here is
    • to-day have little conception of the ruthless work of
    • strives for the truth. The striving for clarity is one of the
    • healthy feeling of the truth can only be sought and found
    • to the oaths of truth.
    • Even when we bring forward truths that reach out into such
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    • leads us to spiritual vision, or by communicating its truths it
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • reached the point of perceiving truth and reality and that which
    • is organized in such a way that he is predisposed to truth, and
    • not to untruth. Not everyone is able to investigate the
    • painted artistically, so can anyone take up the truth of
    • in the full meaning of the word, he is predisposed to truth, not
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    • modern scientific truths, of modern ethical life, and to develop
    • any other person in this room, but the truth must be shown, and
    • the truth of abnormal observations which interest those people
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    • really an untruth, for it cannot exist in the form in which it
    • contains a profound foreboding, far profounder than the truths in
    • natural-scientific truths pertain to man's circumference. But in
    • contemplation, truths that may bear fruit. For the
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • idea of this truth. Read what Schopenhauer wrote on the absence
    • hypotheses and remain by the phenomena; i.e., by the truths based
    • on his part, for the grasping of truths which should appear
    • Theosophy and the truths that live in Anthroposophy. Is this
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • truth was no longer pronounced as openly as the other truth in
    • older epochs. In ancient Greece this truth: As a human being,
    • this truth. This explains the fundamental feeling of that epoch
    • is pervaded with love, it is not possible to grasp the truths
    • the same value as other truths. The value is the same when, in
    • important truth will be revealed to us: For the men of ancient
    • the truths which had to be revealed out of the spiritual world.
    • anthroposophical foundation come truths which call for that inner
    • refuse it for many reasons, because these kinds of truths were
    • particularly towards that person who draws out the truths from
    • — I mean, the leading opponents — know that truth as
    • a rule, they do not therefore attack these truths: for the truths
    • attacking the truths, and lay chief stress on personal attacks,
    • think that truth cannot be touched, yet it is to be driven out of
    • more harm than success in setting forth our truths in the form of
    • that is not true, but because we say the truth. And the more we
    • succeed in proving that we say the truth, the more they will hate
    • cannot prevent us from stating the truth. But it can prevent us
    • progress; truth should be represented as strongly as possible, so
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    • deep love of truth, certainly the deepest truth is sought for in it.
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    • mentioned because it corresponds to purely historical truth. Some
    • is certainly one that proceeds from the most serious search for truth.
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    • whose soul had experienced Truth, Wisdom and Intuition to an extent
    • proclaimed mighty truths from the super-sensible
    • truth which they had to inculcate into mankind as the basis of
    • think he has discovered a great truth here, but it leads to nothing
    • truth when we say: “God is at work behind
    • Amschaspands. How is this truth expressed at the present time?
    • truth inherent in the culture of Zarathustra. If we follow the
    • Earth and the highest spiritual factor is Truth. This is in complete
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    • this is just the difference between truth and mere madness! So when we
    • studying; surely what they acquire must be the truth! Naturally, the
    • finds it easier to accept what it hears. The truth today is told only by
    • so, but anyone speaking the truth is deemed mad. People really view this
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    • is real truth in what is expressed in the more ancient languages by
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    • preparation, he would in truth be exposed to great risk, for he would
    • constitute our inner being. Thus during sleep man becomes in very truth
    • thoroughness, they will not be found to tell against these truths. On
    • the contrary, these truths, which are correct in the main, open up for
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • sin of acknowledging a truth two centuries before science had
    • Natural Science as a means of proving its truth. What
    • existence. To-day, most people who trouble at all about truth
    • truths come to man without his seeking; the literary supplements
    • Anthroposophical truths are not in opposition to the truths of
    • Natural Science. as a crutch with which to attain to the secrets
    • sphere of Science Anthroposophical truths are to be found again
    • who accept certain ideas of Darwinism as incontestable truths,
    • a most important truth. Galileo is said to have found the
    • the simple truth that every human being has a biography, but an
    • contemporaries object to serious thinking. In truth, those who
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • ordinary recognised truth.
    • it has to do with a truth which is just as new to the man of
    • to-day as another truth, which now belongs to the
    • fate of this truth that we must again proclaim here. For this
    • truth, “Life can only originate from life”,
    • similar truths in other spheres, are no longer delivered to
    • above-mentioned truth also consists in its having become a
    • then, was the cause of this truth, “Life can only
    • of the biography of a pen: But where truth is concerned it is
    • just as much a necessity as the truth proclaimed in the
    • this truth about the repeated earth-lives is still but little
    • recognised; but this truth that the Spiritual can only
    • the other truth which has been
    • before when it wished to acquire the truth of the ordinary
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    • is, in a certain sense, only a half-truth. We must transform
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    • nucleus of this truth must be present and discoverable in all
    • continuation upon a higher plane, pure truth which only
    • First, a truth pronounced thus brings accusation of heresy;
    • it will take its place as a self-evident truth, and the
    • by this truth. We could give hundreds of such truths that would
    • These truths
    • truth, attracted to what spiritual investigators can
    • truth. And all those who have trodden the path of this
    • He himself tells us so in his “Poetry and Truth”.
    • with today's striving after truth by our science? At that
    • that profound spiritual truth has been included in the second
    • Just as truthfully does he show, what comes to life in our
    • poetic truths of life, sinks down into the realm of spirit
    • is truth in the spiritual; what was aspiration in the
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • or of an axiom, or the question of any truth whatever, it was
    • truth by minute investigation. He affirmed that to endeavour
    • to arrive at the truth by speculation, instead of studying
    • mind is capable of recognizing truth in its
    • in the complex. And truth is beauty.
    • born in 1648, reflected in his mentality all the great truths
    • understand the truth about the physical body according to the
    • further, draws nearer to the truth, instead of going further
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • such an impression of sincerity and truthfulness on us,
    • only because he was forced to conquer every truth for
    • this truth, and the disagreement among scientists is
    • present day. Let us suppose that truth and uprightness
    • truths regarding colour can only be understood in the future,
    • to some degree of the truth, that the methods applied to the
    • the truth. As this has been pronounced by many — even
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • learn to know, in addition to the characteristics of truth,
    • ourselves from the hindrances which meet the seeker for truth
    • the cloak of truth, in a form difficult to discern, not only
    • investigator can only push forward to truth, when he really
    • discover, in all these declarations, truths of the cosmos and
    • Truth stands behind it, the same in both, but having passed
    • processes it is difficult to say where error ceases and truth
    • attain an approach to the truth, and exclude the sources of
    • is truth, what is error, but to find the path beyond error
    • into the sphere of truth, which one seeks to approach as a
    • standpoint, held fanatically, contains the Truth. One might
    • conceive then that the truth lies between two opposite
    • instead of on one! Goethe says: “Truth does not lie
    • of uncertainty regarding truth, but also to an investigation
    • furnish opportunity to approach the truth, which would then
    • There exists no other way of excluding untruth than that of
    • then say: here is truth, there is error — but, the
    • investigation of truth. Otherwise, listeners, lazy or lacking
    • faithful often hold the purest charlatanerai for pure truth,
    • error in the discovery and spreading of spiritual truths
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    • I say again, it is a bitter truth, which would be recognised
    • There is of course some truth in this theory of the ‘animal
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    • certain matters, Truth must prevail when it becomes a
    • there must be the real Will to Truth. This Will to Truth finds
    • much resistance, in our time above all, for the sense of Truth
    • getting at the Truth, but rather, of repeating what will suit
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    • of our Time — each in his place. Therefore, our Truths
    • out once more, from another standpoint, these truths of human
    • once before, were not the purposes of truth alone, —
    • you. Of a truth, these were sometimes quite other aims than
    • those of truth alone!
    • not say that there is not some truth in it. They can explain
    • even to-day, that certain Truths of the Mysteries must be
    • spiritual scientist when the spiritual-scientific truths
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    • Science, they say, alleges truths concerning a whole number of
    • wish to rise immediately to God. In truth, though they will not
    • part. In real truth, when they give themselves up to this
    • human being is living in an untruth when he does not admit, ‘I
    • truth: When the old Hebrew temple-priest pronounced what in
    • in their real truth, because they do not suit human
    • age) had long been accepted. And in real truth, Watt had the
    • and in truth, this demonomagic is progress, and the Earth will
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    • humanity in its true meaning only when we know that truths are
    • truths the right moment for their entrance into human
    • ordering of the universe? What is the truth about faculties and
    • untruthfulness approaches you anywhere in the world, no matter
    • whether you yourself are tempted to be too careless about truth
    • or whether untruthfulness approaches you from another
    • untruthfulness enters the sphere of your life, an
    • to the truth, an impulse which will not permit untruth to
    • hold fast to truth, then do you sense, in contrast with the
    • appearance and untruth. A sign pointing your way to the sense
    • of truth — apart from all other knowledge — you
    • toward truth,” — then will you have found the
    • appearance of life through truth, the force of illness through
    • truth. Christ has revealed Himself not only in the Gospels;
    • be the Christ-truth raying forth from Him and mirrored in our
    • Truths which are eternal we can take into ourselves in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • mathematics. These truths are the normal experiences both of man and
    • embraces the ‘I’ as objective truth; but around this ‘I’
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    • truth is sometimes veiled, but you see that with the help of
    • Spiritual Science we do after all light upon remarkable truths.
    • truth of what I have just said does not depend upon whether one
    • to us confirmed. Now these important truths can only be indicated;
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    • such Mystery Oracle the truths of which we are now speaking were
    • who to us speaks truth. Yes, from the lips of the Great Spirit comes
    • truth. But your spirits here on paper and who express what to you is
    • great, they do not speak the truth.” Thus spoke the Indian
    • truth”. This dialogue of historic importance was exchanged
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    • etheric body is inwardly motivated by the impulse to be untruthful
    • truth, false perspective, was some kind of animal; and here in the
    • experienced the darkening of the light of truth, they spoke of a
    • so-called scientific truths which contain more Ahrimanic influence, a
    • truth which dawned in the course of the evolution of the Teutonic
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • how wonderfully the deepest occult truths are expressed in the
    • I have just said is a truth which has long been communicated to a
    • select few from within the esoteric schools and it is a truth that
    • truths, people might venture to speak of a future manifestation of
    • what was the truth. But in the twentieth century it would be a great
    • Spiritual Science to recognize where the truth lies, to know whether
    • recognize the truth on this very subject than in Scandinavia where
    • a very deep truth concealed in the fact that the struggle between the
    • predilections for a particular truth. Such an attitude is not
    • the factual truth.
    • correspond to the truth.
    • nature of the facts alone determine their truth. He must bear this in
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    • feeling, which simply must enliven us if the truths of Spiritual
    • truth in the deepest and most spiritual sense of the words, however
    • stage, if dramatic truth calls for it. Dramatic truth is the
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    • does Greek mythology express this profound truth? We know that modern
    • when it becomes shrivelled and wrinkled. This profound truth is
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    • he experienced a truth, for example, of which modern theology will
    • only slowly become convinced again — a truth which I will try
    • ordinary physics has not yet come anywhere near such truths,
    • nevertheless, that is the truth.
    • he has seen the truth of the world with its wonders; then he begins
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    • distinguish these two things, then the greatest truth will throw
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    • Indeed the paths of spiritual truth are intricate, and can only be
    • who expects a glib solution will not easily penetrate to the truth. The
    • to be so. The truth is that this soul is the totality of all the
    • Humanity will only become able to understand this tremendous truth in
    • feeling is to be in accordance with the truth, it will have to think
    • higher truths!
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    • it cannot therefore be accepted as valid.’ The truth is,
    • physical body. A man may be inwardly a thoroughly untruthful person,
    • a fulness about it which comes nearer to expressing the truth than
    • other in the world of the Greek tales, all the truths about the
    • accordance with the truth, it has portrayed in the figure of
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    • philosophy of the day — refuses to recognise the truth about
    • supersensibly in the human being. The obvious truth upon which modern
    • takes the very first step in describing spiritual truths —
    • truths which lead to reality and not to the maya of the outer world,
    • instructed by the gods, it was the truth. They meant that men who
    • told something which is in fact the truth — that the teacher of
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    • the light which it affords upon certain pristine truths. Pictures,
    • better to acknowledge to oneself the truth, that at bottom even the
    • truth by throwing light on the facts from all sides. The paths of
    • higher truth are complex, and only he can walk them who is willing
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    • the truth about humanity, put before this humanity. The features
    • and more feel the truth of St. Paul's words ‘Not I, but
    • superficial, and it often takes age-old truths to be age-old errors.
    • truth is that though Aristotle had not himself the clairvoyant
    • old-wives' tale, it is the truth, a truth which originated in
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    • very opposite of the truth. This modern view is not true. The
    • of truth, and that he is pressing forward to another aspect of the
    • not sufficiently advanced to feel the truth about present-day
    • truth is the Christ Impulse; and when I speak of the Christ Impulse
    • these tremendous truths have been lost. When, from the eighteenth
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    • Raphael. The truth of repeated earthly lives that have so often been
    • the deepest inner truths. Whereas the other pictures, — in a Greek
    • Hermann Grimm spoke words of truth when he expressed what his study
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • spiritual deeds shine out and run their course. And they are in truth
    • dying away. But in truth we earn the right to enter into the season
    • truth not such a material thing as present-day science imagines, but
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    • is to be inwardly in accord with cosmic truth — does not call
    • from the world. His presence is felt.” For in truth He was, as
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    • all the truths of healing for mankind.
    • And how far-reaching is the truth in these words, how far they go!
    • from old traditions, it so incredibly reflects the truth! This
    • case, we let it work upon us, we see how an old instinctive truth
    • own time we see how the ancient truth has to be raised to a higher level.
    • can be relived as an inner experience, so these truths remain
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    • After a shattering struggle to arrive at the truth, Steiner presents here
    • were simple men — began to utter in different tongues, truths
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    • After a shattering struggle to arrive at the truth, Steiner presents here
    • consciousness. In very truth it was a kind of awakening from a
    • truth, an experience that crystallised out of the long sleep.
    • And this stupendous truth sank down into Peter's soul: It is
    • truth the birth of the ray now penetrating the soul. The
    • you were with Him in very truth ... Just as on waking in the
    • There is not a single word of truth in this. And it is easy to
    • must confront them with the truth, this personal reference is
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    • people think the opposite of the truth. There would be no
    • but it is there, in very truth, in the Fifth Gospel. The
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    • After a shattering struggle to arrive at the truth, Steiner presents here
    • going on, great and sublime thoughts, ethical truths, and above
    • to proclaim the truth of his doctrine. But nevertheless those
    • where the Spirit can reveal to me the truth about the continued
    • Catholics it may sound sacrilegious, the truth obliges one to
    • themselves can evoke all manner of demons! In very truth, no
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    • After a shattering struggle to arrive at the truth, Steiner presents here
    • spoke words of profound truth when he taught: Sever not thyself
    • should discern the truth that the physical world too issues
    • from the spiritual world even if this truth is not within their
    • among the men who revered Him which was, in truth, the Christ.
    • opened. If the service of truth did not demand it, I should
    • faithful observance of truth. We tried to picture what a wide
    • for the truth. It can verily be said that the cry for the
    • arrogant or too limited to be willing to know the actual truths
    • of the Spirit. The sense of truth in the degree essential for
    • For in spiritual culture as it is to-day, this sense of truth
    • of Truth must abide in us and the Spirit must stand before us
    • in Truth. People to-day talk of the Spirit but even when they
    • sense of truth are required for this. One of Eucken's most
    • do not perceive the inner untruthfulness of it all ...
    • quoted. Is not this the very deepest inner untruth? The time
    • must come at last when such inwardly untruthful teachings about
    • our contemporaries are alive to this inner untruthfulness.
    • so when we serve the truth of the Spirit to-day we stand
    • truths put forward to-day by all the shrewd philosophers and
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    • this for those seeking to found a genuine, truthful Monism. Those who
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    • certainty, the truth. Things mathematical are seen and
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    • this, he arrives at a temper of soul that says: truth and
    • views, it does indeed express a truth, if somewhat one-sidedly,
    • think of mathematical truths to realize that all kinds of
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    • and careful method of seeking truth. In particular, this view
    • become entirely valueless on that account. For the truth in
    • centuries we have grown accustomed to count truths as exact
    • must be capable of developing truths that specifically do not
    • perceive how the really significant truths support one another
    • world-knowledge must be truths that mutually support each
    • motion, are the truths that are attained by the philosophy of
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    • man gains a spiritual life that is rooted in truth only out of
    • truth can only make its appearance if it flows directly from
    • catchwords instead of truth in the spiritual sphere,
    • subordinated to another) to truth, from convention to
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    • in truth no outer world, but a world which lives in our blood. When
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    • is in truth no outer world, but a world which lives in our blood.
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    • any knowledge of the truth itself. It was doubt of the
    • knowledge of the Truth through which St. Augustine also passed;
    • truth; that man can gain nothing out of it on which he can
    • reference to what man experiences in his inner soul as truth,
    • is the truth; that is certain. That firm basis for the
    • admittance of an indisputable truth, formed one of the
    • human beings will not admit this. They like to have truths
    • presented to them, not as the truths for one definite epoch of
    • assumes uncertainty as to the truths of all external
    • forms. Their waking life of truth dived down, as it were, into
    • that what was experienced as inner truth, was not only truth
    • still cling to certain living Mystery-Truth. The Mystery Truths
    • that which shines indubitably in us as truth, without doubt
    • truth shines in our inner being, but it shines simply as a
    • should be, if we experienced our inward truth as though it were
    • experiences inwardly as Truth.
    • seriously although that is simply cowardice, because in truth
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    • pivots around the truths that are suitable for the human being,
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    • truthfully create artistic forms from it. If mankind does not
    • thoughtlessness which is at the same time I brutal, because it
    • brutality of the times, find the way to the vision of the world
    • were not repressed by the so- called brutal culture of the
    • day, we had to seek truth in this architectural thought, people
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    • in the pursuit of Truth. The trials and tribulations of everyday life are
    • an external objective truth with that representation given by the
    • separate sense-observations, arrives at truth and reality just as
    • to Fichte. They were, in truth, a hostile pair — at least
    • still on one fixed point, but, in order to find truth, to climb
    • that truth which he himself considered the real one, and he once
    • The meaning is that man must acquire such truths that when
    • fruitful. That was his criterion of truth: ‘That which is
    • something of genuine truth in Goethe, for he is fruitful, and what
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    • in the pursuit of Truth. The trials and tribulations of everyday life are
    • because it does not recognize an absolute, unchangeable truth,
    • but only a wisdom and truth belonging to a given stage of evolution.
    • his own truth, and it is always the same.’ It is always the
    • view that in what concerns truth and objective reality only physical
    • completely objective truths, which men have recognized as such, quite
    • apart from external experience, and these truths are the same if a
    • the truth even if a million people think otherwise. For instance,
    • everyone can find such truths confirmed as those dealing with numbers
    • Because regarding such truths such as mathematical truths, most
    • soul-types, how it harms and benefits. In truth, if someone
    • surface for all who strive in truth after knowledge and wisdom. The
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    • in the pursuit of Truth. The trials and tribulations of everyday life are
    • first part, especially in the beginning, is full of deep truths
    • soul, that he could truthfully describe them. When he stood before
    • is only now that I can give it as truth.’ So we see how this
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    • in the pursuit of Truth. The trials and tribulations of everyday life are
    • metaphor, but a truth, and Goethe remains consistent to it, in that
    • same, these masques and pranks contain deep truths and are
    • little, but in truth it is saying a great deal. For usually between
    • Whoever is acquainted with the elementary truths of
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    • in truth but faint shadows of what went on in earlier ages.
    • with which knowledge and truth are regarded to-day. There was a
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    • is in truth no mere superficial account that relates how
    • after-death condition. Still, we may say with truth that
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    • after the truth, the real truth. And he was shown how,
    • illusion, and that the truth conceals itself behind the
    • there is no standing firm on illusion! In truth, my dear
    • similar experience regarding the search after Truth. They
    • hinder him from coming to truth, all the dark and
    • they said to themselves: If Truth is not, well then we live
    • — we must live — in error, in untruth. For a man to
    • of Truth means, in short, that he tears out of him his own
    • with error and illusion, then one cannot value Being and Truth.
    • Truth.
    • puerile, compared to the real truth! On the other hand we have
    • the real truth. For the campaigns of Alexander were not
    • where there was still an understanding for such truths. Thence
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    • truths to their pupils. The farther back we go in time, the
    • truths of the ancient East. Their souls were still stirred with
    • of its Mystery truths, the Mystery of Ephesus harked back to
    • great and ancient truths could still be brought near to men;
    • was in the Mysteries of the West that the ancient truths
    • its Sun-rays far out to East and West. It was in very truth
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    • truth every period is such, — every period marks a
    • certain sense we may say with truth that Aristotle's works are
    • There is, in truth, a wonderful interworking in all these
    • present is linked with the past, then we are in very truth
    • fact that the physical is Maya, that we have to seek the truth
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    • that they will one day begin to know again. For, if truth be
    • some small idea of the truth. But if we want to make use of
    • The truth is that the albumen of the mother animal is not a
    • The truth is, however, that the moment my organism receives the
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    • In very truth, the forms were built and moulded to that end,
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    • that must through all eternity be cultivated as the truth.
    • its way in the world. Our striving for truth here in Dornach
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    • That is the Fundamental Truth which we mast
    • realise. With reference to this Fundamental Truth, modern humanity,
    • truth itself has undergone a complete transformation.
    • not as yet realise aright the fact, that the very concept of Truth
    • Truth as human beings get to-day under the authority of Natural
    • him, truth consists in the coinciding of an idea with external
    • of Truth simply did not exist in the first Christian
    • Centuries. There was another idea of Truth then, which was
    • of truth which lives in all souls to-day really did not exist then.
    • is more easy to recognise the concept of Truth which lived then, if
    • if that were so the duel would hardly occur; the truth only emerges
    • truth at the present day, in the case of war. We should not wage
    • of truth is rooted even to-day, that truth itself can only he
    • old concept of Truth.
    • Socialists to-day, have completely broken with this idea of Truth.
    • They only recognise a truth as such, where the event in its course
    • of Truth in our modern age. But, my dear friends, with the concept
    • life through this idea of Truth, which Auguste Comte and
    • concept of Truth as divine Judgment, for that stood under the
    • influence of the Delusion of Life. Our modern concept of Truth
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    • the human life of soul is in truth outside this sprouting,
    • instruments. For in very truth just as we cannot work in the
    • truth — by being able, that is, to undergo the
    • vastly important truth — that the modern world-outlook,
    • the truth of things and letting the truth of things take hold
    • the truth, a becoming apathetic It is becoming a matter of
    • truth, in what appears as knowledge on the one hand, and on
    • creating out of the truth of the things themselves —
    • conspiracy against truth, which is spread abroad in the
    • of feeling and perceiving the inner truth of things gradually
    • creates out of true art, who feels inner truth, inner ruling
    • truth, will never jumble together such a “work of
    • Strauss, Gustav Mahler, has its inner truth for each one of
    • secret conspiracy against the real, essential truth. Indeed,
    • real, essential truth in admiring this so-called literary
    • man's living world of truth. Then we shall understand. that
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    • this above all for it is a deep and significant truth: that
    • is generally deduced, abstract truths and beings would form
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    • truth.
    • age of instinctive wisdom. You will perceive the truth of
    • first to learn the truths about the cosmos and about human
    • fulfil our mission. Mighty truths are made known to us, when
    • the word truth, for as we have now become more
    • full weight and meaning of the word “truth” and
    • important it is to be filled with the moral element of truth
    • indeed still speak of truth, but when the general life and
    • truth is something which must, to a great extent, be lacking
    • that it probably happens in every fourth case. Untruthfulness
    • to describe truth as a characteristic of our times.
    • the truth of his assertions; and it is only when he
    • of truth. And then when someone has either written or said
    • that comes with a materialistic age, is opposed to truth. In
    • the duty of truth.
    • today is not to say how far truth has been already realised
    • if the moral ideal of truth is thought, felt and perceived in
    • truth. A man is described, who gave freely of his
    • for great spiritual truths. Although Anthroposophy is still
    • to love. We have also seen that wisdom has become truth. To
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    • Poetry and Truth,
    • truth in this feeling of the disharmony between the frequently
    • by the outer world, and Goethe could feel the truth in it. In
    • truth in what he wrote to a friend at that time. He sketched a
    • obvious, undisputed truth.
    • often; it is delightful because it corresponds with the truth.
    • spirit as Goethe's is it possible to study the deep untruth of
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    • aspiration to know the truth in natural phenomena? Do we not
    • fundamentally concerned with the truth. In my most recent book,
    • for those whose vision penetrates more deeply, the same truth
    • course of events in world history, the truth is that a
    • believe anything else he relates. Considering the love of truth
    • his soul the profound truths that so astonish us in his
    • of much that confirms its truth. Consider the knowledge
    • lazy truth and one that is itself asleep since it is nonsense.
    • most profound truths to expression in his Faust in
    • relatively early youth, truths that ranged far above the
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    • scientific facts. But the truth is that we give only a part of
    • truth, but we must simply view them in the right way.
    • When we are put into the world in our ordinary and brutal
    • profound mystery-truth: not all people can dream in this way.
    • you will say that here, in this, you are wide awake. The truth
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    • from them can become a motor force. The truth is that through
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    • rests upon just this truth.
    • is a bitter truth today. Yet, it would be recognized if the
    • is certainly some truth in this theory of the “bestial slime at
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    • which demands clear and unprejudiced minds. There must be truth
    • in certain things, but it is not possible to gain the truth in
    • that we must have a real will to truth. Now, this will to truth
    • truth, but rather with saying whatever suits one person or
    • has been said is the truth. You may ask, “What have these
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    • of our time. Thus, our truths bear a character that is always strong
    • again, from another point of view, to these truths of the
    • rather than taking fantastic ideas as truths — fantastic
    • public. They talk about this truth that they have taken over
    • The truth is that something of the impulses that had to come
    • truth as their objective but are really seeking quite different
    • accordance with this truth. If a person possesses, on the one
    • say that this is untrue or that there is no truth in it, but on
    • regarding certain mystery truths. Such people may be as
    • in the true sense whom the spiritual scientific truths have
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    • theoretical way, since they are in the highest sense truths of
    • be broadened through spiritual science to grasp the truth of
    • truth as it meets us in life with the one-sided thinking about
    • the truth that so easily befalls people. It is all too easy to
    • the truth only when we feel and realize how everything, every
    • child receives the truth from his father. But I did not yet
    • be gratifying — that this truth passes over now even into
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    • is that spiritual science affirms truths regarding a large
    • their god. Although they do not admit it, the truth is that
    • one god, but he is nothing but a phantasm. The truth is that,
    • important statement because a man really lives in an untruth
    • his soul by means of this untruthful conception. This
    • let your spiritual eye dwell upon this truth, you will be able
    • word of truth in the Gospels — and how many words that we read
    • because they do not please us — a word of truth in the Gospels
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    • truth that He died and rose for all men — for all men alike —
    • with the truth of an essential element in the Mystery of
    • truth, it cannot represent anything but the meaning of the
    • being the truth of the statement, “What thou dost to the least
    • feeling nature; only then shall we attain to its full truth.
    • century, this truth has been exactly reversed in Sinnet's book,
    • described as something actually hostile to man. The truth is
    • see how dangerous it is to set up truths that may be perverted
    • precisely the opposite of the truth of the eighth sphere and by
    • into life that a truth of the spiritual world can manifest
    • they themselves must attain its truth by their own power. They
    • truths. Also, remember that the attempt was a failure and that
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    • religious primal record are literal truth.
    • truths — to set up a bridge between these two domains can
    • the truths of life are concerned. For penetrating spiritual
    • threefold Sun. This again is connected with all the truths
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    • threefold man, his connection with cosmic truths and the
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    • be the loss of a single truth!’ You may hear this over and
    • us; but not a single truth must be let fall!’
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    • thirsting for truth.
    • misunderstandings, the slanders that oppose the truth,
    • the truth will find its own way through the narrowest cracks in
    • from the rocks may be. The truth we have been talking about
    • intuition — this is the kind of truth that must be seen
    • that rests upon it. For the truth winds its way against
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture III: The Supersensible Being of Man
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    • degree of truth it contains. This is no different from being
    • able to value the truths and products of chemistry for
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    • and imagination, even when we are awake — these truths,
    • great and shattering truths which stand at the start of every
    • body, a soul body, it is nevertheless a truth — but a
    • truth that can really be investigated only in this way I have
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    • once were essentially Spiritual truths; Asia,, even if in
    • Spiritual truths.
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    • from the East as Spiritual truths. Human beings living in
    • ethical truths, of moral truths, has come from the
    • ethical truths, the form of its general cosmology, and so
    • stars, the moral truths were permeated which resound from out
    • intellectual element, to a recognition of truth,
    • Centre or in the lest, wherever ethical truths have
    • It is no matter whether utilitarian truths spring up in the
    • the element of truth. That same element which is expressed in
    • also in the thought structure of truth. One must come to say,
    • truths must be brought to humanity, because as humanity is
    • truths are not adapted to be taken up in their purity by
    • to take up generally human and spiritual truths with national
    • Spiritual truths among humanity, without also spreading a
    • that these are deep and earnest truths, and they must run
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    • mineral — below him, he is stating merely a half-truth
    • human beings today able in this sphere to stand the truth,
    • the basis for what is truth today, We should just say: These
    • truth even if this truth is considered necessary only from
    • truth that is often overlooked because words are left as just
    • when discussing this matter, to be truthful, unreservedly
    • truthful. I have wanted to speak to you in this way so that
    • is true today must be expressed in accordance with the truth.
    • present the truth, we have also to present the truth in a
    • evolution when truth can be spoken untruthfully. Man must
    • learn to speak the truth truthfully. In many spheres today
    • out of the truth of their own souls. Words are not enough
    • also to the well-spring of truth. More deeply inward than
    • this longing and to realise all the untruth so prevailing in
    • our time between man and man. Let truth prevail! One would so
    • said you will not again fail to help the truth to be spread
    • need — the order the motto of which is to uphold truth
    • truthfully. The secret of this is that truth can be spread
    • about harm by making truth prevail in a way that is untrue.
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    • you think it could truthfully be said that in our time men
    • things soon burst into flame when some spiritual truth is
    • mineral — he is stating a half truth only, if he does
    • able to hear the truth about these matters to-day, it would
    • heart of that which must be proclaimed as spiritual truth at
    • us take it seriously, as being truth in these present times!
    • Truth even if one only believes this to be necessary from a
    • systems into a living art of education. And a truth which is
    • you to-day. In our day the Truth must be expressed in a way
    • the Truth, but the Truth in a true way. We have come to a
    • advocate untruly! In many places to-day truths are as cheap
    • all that works on into the future Truth must be expressed
    • source of Truth is, and not alone perceive the logic of the
    • sway Untruth holds in the world to-day among men of our age.
    • It is Truth, TRUTH, which humanity must champion, with all
    • spreading [of] the Truth among men — not merely in an
    • externally logical form — but Truth in its essence. And
    • Truth” (Die Wahrheit wahr zu
    • vertreten). It is possible to spread Truth in a false
    • assertion of Truth in a false way.
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    • one's heart bleed to realise the truth of what was said by
  • Title: Man and Nature: Intellect in Man and Nature Bereft of the Gods
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    • outstanding personalities have felt the truth of these
    • steep themselves in one-sided truths of this kind and the
    • the truth that the Divine-Spiritual — the only truly
    • Europe and America to-day the truth of the ancient saying
    • knowledge of the being of man and brings home the truth that
    • present age it is our task once again to raise these truths
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    • often contains truths very important from the point of view
    • the truth of what Goethe has said: “The man to whom
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    • who desires to clothe spiritual truths in speech, must have a
    • Bois-Reymond has said, with truth, that contemplation of
    • tines it was felt, and with truth, that every form, every
    • truth. Thus we can say: The sources out of which a true
    • closely scrutinize the object under observation. But just as
  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • truth is always simple and that what is not simple is not the real ‘truth.’
    • of Truth’ they are clouding their minds and are altogether labouring
    • a fundamental truth to which reference has been made in recent lectures,
    • the subject of the nature of cognition, of knowledge, of truth, of wisdom.
    • of knowledge, idea, truth, wisdom, is not that of enabling us to form
    • of our efforts to get hold of truth, is to develop forces within us
    • impossible to imagine a more erroneous line of reasoning. The truth
    • sphere of working. I beg you to take this truth in the deepest earnestness.
    • All the truth that a human being makes his own, all the knowledge he
    • being in the form of knowledge and of truth.
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    • age of instinctive wisdom. You will perceive the truth of
    • first to learn the truths about the cosmos and about human
    • fulfil our mission. Mighty truths are made known to us, when
    • the word truth, for as we have now become more
    • full weight and meaning of the word “truth” and
    • important it is to be filled with the moral element of truth
    • indeed still speak of truth, but when the general life and
    • truth is something which must, to a great extent, be lacking
    • that it probably happens in every fourth case. Untruthfulness
    • to describe truth as a characteristic of our times.
    • the truth of his assertions; and it is only when he
    • of truth. And then when someone has either written or said
    • that comes with a materialistic age, is opposed to truth. In
    • the duty of truth.
    • today is not to say how far truth has been already realised
    • if the moral ideal of truth is thought, felt and perceived in
    • truth. A man is described, who gave freely of his
    • for great spiritual truths. Although Anthroposophy is still
    • to love. We have also seen that wisdom has become truth. To
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    • beginning as elementary truths becomes modified — we
    • gradually rise to higher and higher truths. Still it was right
    • to present the general cosmic truths at first in as simple and
    • to the higher truths, for only through
    • these higher truths will that gradually be attained which,
    • of such a matter is always based upon the deeper truths. Those
    • I believe in the truths of Christianity? Because the
    • devotion, a direct certainty of sacred truths. There existed in
    • their literature as mystery truths. Thus arose that strange
    • for discussion, there is as a rule no knowledge of the truth.
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    • actually leads, in truth, to a second awakening. For in the
    • truths as there is between the right aesthetic taste and a
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • same fundamental truth. From these lectures it will become
    • is past for founding new religions. Spiritual truths can no
    • understand. The truth should result in more than mere
    • A person's comprehension of Truth must encompass all other
    • must realize that they have reached certain aspects of Truth,
    • and that Truth takes on different forms in different souls.
    • rather Truth in all its forms should act as a unifying force.
    • up the establishment, and is ruthlessly introducing new laws
    • and inner sense for Truth, I shall know whether what I hear
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • which expresses a fundamental truth, is known as the Hermetic
    • discussed, all these things come under scrutiny.
    • truths, which to them seem like a string of words, it is not
    • and Truth become part of a person's blood does he truly
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    • truth. You certainly know it in your higher consciousness,
    • the cross of Christ Jesus bears witness to this truth, for,
    • truth that those who have died would confirm. If pain did not
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    • both physically and spiritually. It provides effective truth
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    • have heard it said that anthroposophical truths, derived as
    • and its truths will be confirmed by life itself.
    • healing. Anthroposophical truths can be harmful only to
    • both spiritual and bodily health. Living proof of its truth
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    • should listen carefully to the truth uttered by a child, but
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    • the eyes. Hence the truth of Goethe's saying: “The eyes
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • recognizes the deep truth contained in Goethe's words:
    • conscientiousness and devotion to Truth in spiritual
    • truth of what is often emphasized: that it is dangerous to
    • say that the ultimate truth attainable takes different forms.
    • The highest truth is one. No matter where or when
    • Truth, it is the same for all. It is comparable to the view
    • schooling, my books Truth and Knowledge and The
    • the truth of the matter.
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    • viewpoint. No seeker after Truth of the nineteenth century
    • is neither easy nor straightforward — that truth is
    • Beauty created by art should also express truth and
    • fullness of truth and reality.
    • same Truth about mankind's origin and evolution as that
    • of the Holy Grail. Then people who lived the Truth would
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    • was regarded as holy, as from divine inspiration only truth
    • for centuries has been considered a source of Truth, can
    • subjecting the Gospels to detailed scrutiny we believe to
    • its truth. It was the Church Father Augustine
    • “What I find in the Bible is the only truth.”
    • seeks to unravel its deep truths. The main concern is that
    • recognizes the Truth when Christ says: “Heaven is in
    • this as reality, as Truth.
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    • danger can exist of being untruthful simply by pronouncing it. And I
    • would like that this simple truth be understood as being in agreement
    • beginning, then he would commit the same untruth as someone who says:
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    • the truth of knowledge in the beauty of art. This drove him to the south.
    • experiences in vision the content of his truths, and knows them in this
    • of his truths out of the external reflection by means of thought, and
    • of truth, the man of the East will understand him. if, at the end of the
    • dreams of truth in a true awaking, the man of the West will then have to
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  • Title: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • full of grace and truth.”
    • Buddhi; “truth” is Manas, the Spirit-Self.
    • the law was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus
    • all who know something of the Mystery-truths, these words must
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    • something is true here for the physical plane, the truth with
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    • by truth, we have a second kind of certainty, which is direct,
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    • us take another look at one of our basic truths of spiritual
    • the truths of spiritual science. People who do understand these
    • truths will be pouring more strength into their will, and they
    • submitted to objective scrutiny. It should all enter into the
    • article about logic nowadays “The truth of a concept
    • definition of truth is nonsense, and this becomes evident
    • significant truth of this fact. The I expresses the
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • emphasised here that when the truths of Spiritual Science are put into
    • truth, this is in fact undeniably right. And when anyone expresses the
    • the unknown. This is thoroughly in accordance with deep truth, The animal
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    • of those from whom the objections come, to go deeply into the truth;
    • as unpermitted Pantheism if truth held good, and when at the same time
    • over the chief activity in the soul? To recognise how far truth is the
    • officially to convey this kind of misrepresentation of the truth throughout
    • to how the truth is 'managed'. in the final analysis it rests on man
    • having troubled so little about what has been given out as truth in
    • And it rests on this also that truth can be hated in the way it is still
    • that is said to be heresy. Truth would be honestly upheld were it said:
    • with an honest sensefor truth at the evolution of mankind, will say
    • From various directions a certain feeling of fear towards truth holds
    • the truth back from flowing in. This feeling of fear, this anxious feeling,
    • truth. If people are made acquainted with what is thoroughly old, what
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    • children. The simple truth is that far more lies hidden in a man between
    • know something about the truth, persuade themselves that what one thinks
    • to have these truths conveyed to him by authority, wanting to believe
    • live indeed today at a time when certain spiritual truths such as those
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    • weakens all that in actual truth we experience with the surrounding
    • truths of this kind than by much else going around the world as social
    • distance from the truths of Spiritual Science this reason is found among
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    • in fact there is deep truth in the saying of Christ Jesus; “For,
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, we find on close scrutiny that the bodily nature
    • then proclaim to the others who led a more instinctive life the truths
    • that may be called the truths of salvation. This instruction, however,
    • is a truth.
    • hatred, let us look in conformity with the truth. It will then be discovered
    • reality and its truth, all this no longer meets with any understanding
    • changed into the deep truths, not to be grasped at once by the intellect,
    • scientific truths, this intellect that can quite well guide us in acquiring
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    • astral truths and beings, but it feels as if it is all growing
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • an enormous amount of untruth and deception. In our civilisation there
    • is so much untruth in our forms that it can hardly be wondered at that
    • that everything shall absolutely and truthfully express what it actually
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    • That is what we chew here. That is the truth which expresses the life
    • of the idea that if we want to attain to spiritual truth, we can go
    • the Building to express in every form of truth that I have again and
    • will lie. But it is not a matter of convincing liars of the truth; they
    • will not be convinced; they do not want to hear the truth. The thing
    • it is not a question of this or that truth — it is a question
    • of turning minds against us. And if we were confront them with the truth
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    • esoteric truths to humanity, and yet how impossible this is because
    • to communicate certain truths of Initiation to humanity. Only it cannot
    • doors with the communication of certain esoteric truths, because men
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    • truth. If we look closely at the feelings and emotions to
    • poodle, the temptation,to distort truth by untruth, these go
    • men bandy about truth and error when they undertake much a
    • in man, But against this truth the spirit of falsehood which
    • is what stirs him up against the truth. In all his knowledge
    • truth, are working, and now he sees himself with a clearness
    • to the truth. That he is representing a spiritual experience
    • scientific truth that can be proved today. the oceans of the
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    • Fichte, who had at that time to express the truth in abstract
    • truth. This collision is made clear to us, and it is
    • mouth of the Devil when the Devil speaks the truth.
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    • this resting field of truth. This resting field of truth
    • Post-Atlantean epoch when Plutarch lived, we can truthfully
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • way more similar to the way in which these truths are being
    • told to them. In these, however, deep significant truths of
    • revealed the truth. Jocaste, suddenly knowing herself tobe
    • that one can do no other, — that would be the truth,
    • supposed infallible truths, while at the same time they would
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • understanding did not reach up to the truths of Spiritual
    • knowledge, If we wish to learn the truth about these matters,
    • science is in truth small, that'll is no scan that comes into
    • truth as does a little manikin in a glass
    • impression, one's ideas acquire an added truth. This feeling
    • discover truth merely on the path of thought or even on the
    • reality and truth by several paths. Goethe was well
    • acquainted with that approach to truth which takes a deeper
    • the water-air in mythology, where echoes of ancient truths
    • we are speaking with as much truth as when we say of our
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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    • Goethe's foreseeing knowledge penetrated deeply in the truths
    • attitude with its foreseeing perception of the truths of
    • soul he sought Greek life, the concept of truth, the concept
    • the Greeks, that beauty is so closely allied to truth, and
    • ugliness to evil. For the Greeks, beauty melted into truth,
    • of beauty, while he would feel truth to be beautiful. This
    • will be set on foot if the truths of Spiritual Science are
    • solemn truth before men in a way that could still arouse
    • truths of Spiritual Science.
    • come to truth by means of mutually reflected concepts. Thus,
    • does not permit that. When you consider the deep truth I have
    • with the Phorkyads — a truth that has been preserved in
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • important truths of Spiritual Science that may fitly be
    • kinds of untruth and by your belief in limits to knowledge.
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    • indeed complete nonsense. The truth is that, were the animal
    • the Anthroposophical Society. They are there as truth, to
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    • forces are just as valid as that which comes out of the brute
    • certain degree, because man wants truth and not confusion and
    • it with one's sense of truthfulness, and the accusation of
    • if by using their sense of truth or by investigation in the
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    • protect the truth within you, as an imagination of Me, then you
    • men by telling untruths about them. - Not only through deeds
    • untruths about the “I” of another. Whoever states
    • an untruth about the “I” of another, does not
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    • ancestors similar to the brute, than from such as deny the
    • he becomes aware of that harmony of the spheres, that truth to
    • lofty truth. Where Faust is a second time introduced into the
    • actual truth, therefore, the entire sum of earth's living
    • hypothetical animal. Yet the truth is that at all those points
    • brute, in man — God is everywhere,” yet he only
    • plant, in the brute, and in the man; but what we see are no
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    • thinking. For then they become distorted, misrepresented truth,
    • and not the truth itself.
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    • avoid scientific scrutiny. Science speaks only of a great system of
    • Yet there is a profound truth, namely this: When man loses the
    • deed and truth, man can only find himself when he realises his
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    • assimilating the truths of Holy Writ that even in his father's
    • carries mankind forward from epoch to epoch; of the truth that in
    • themselves able to apprehend the truth of existence through the
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    • In truth, we cannot tell just where;
    • people would feel in a subtle way that same truth which we can learn
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    • foreign and incomprehensible to them. In truth a wondrous picture,
    • who wants to see this in the light of truth read the
    • to the truth within the Maya.
    • from illusion into reality, into the light of truth. How this is
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    • and the deep occult truths that it contains.
    • indication of deep occult truth. Anyone who finds the way, by
    • undergo the experience of doubting all truth and all knowledge. We
    • training to an understanding of occult truths, then he is being
    • beginning of occult experience. With wonderful truth the
    • corresponds to a deep occult truth. The first stage is a teaching
    • This is one reason why we had to say that such a truth can only be
    • Truth and Science
    • truth. They must have once passed through the feeling of the fleeting
    • the only truth about these laws is that they exist in the point of my
    • truth. To bear this feeling in your heart will prepare you to receive
    • in a true way the first truth that Krishna gives to Arjuna after the
    • mighty upheaval and convulsion in his soul: The truth of the eternal
    • is accepted in blind faith and given out as gospel truth. Let me
    • is really to enter into the concrete truths of the super-sensible
    • expression of a deep occult truth. Let us assume that someone really
    • truths. Beginning with an instruction in the ordinary concepts of our
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    • dangerous truths that dawn upon us when we perceive the battle that
    • Such truths as that
    • such truths; we never experience them in the way we gain experience
    • of his knowledge, of his perceptions, in that realm, but truths like
    • way. When truths come to us in that higher realm and enter our
    • already in us. So that when we reach these truths — the most
    • important, the most living and essential of all truths — we
    • bringing it into our consciousness. Such truths we discover in
    • truths when we have discovered them in ourselves, in our own self.
    • we find those sublime truths objectively in ourselves, and
    • would be no sense in asking about these truths that we simply come
    • upon in ourselves, whether they are true or false. Truth and
    • Descriptions can be true or false. Truth and falsehood do not
    • discover the truth. You must get out of the habit of making
    • filled with the actual truths of the spiritual world. Someone, for
    • truth like the history of the two Jesus children. Just when one feels
    • strange and wondrous truths that Krishna speaks to Arjuna —
    • truths that sound so altogether different from anything that is
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    • here. Yet, in no sense is it in truth a contradiction. Indeed one
    • or that?” They want absolute truths, but actually there are no
    • such truths. There are only truths that hold good in certain
    • and its truth is real and immediate, referring to Him Who is the
    • the deep occult truths contained in it? When we take up the ninth and
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    • great truth if we can thoroughly enter into the thought that all that
    • things are sometimes accepted as axioms, as obvious truths. Thus, you
    • to know the truth. It will draw certain conclusions and thus come
    • near the truth. For some persons this will not be necessary, because
    • this truth has never yet been found in one single and complete whole
    • tried to convey it today. The truth itself was there first, as I
    • truth about the two Jesus-children was not discovered by external
    • reason but our whole soul is illumined when we let the truth come to
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    • one anecdote that like many others reveals a deep truth — how a
    • European concepts, such as might be gained in real truth —
    • fate of truth that it must always become paradoxical in the world.
    • Truth is not able to sit on the throne of error, therefore it sits on
    • from the fact that truth must needs appear paradoxical. The following
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    • and fundamental truth that one may recognize if one goes into any
    • fruit. That is true, but it is an abstract truth. It is no more
    • life by truth it is an atrocity to associate the impulse in the
    • impulse with any other impulse in history, because in truth it is the
    • found at the present time who are ready to seek spiritual truths. We
    • have no other concern than to put these truths forward, though many,
    • the way the spiritual truths are here proclaimed. The sacred
    • obligation to truth will guide that movement that underlies this
    • that also is part of our obligation to truth. It is simpler to inform
    • on and upheld by pure devotion to the ideal of truthfulness. In our
    • but simple, honest truthfulness.
    • yet unconditional, honest, striving for truth; striving ever upward
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    • them. Of a truth, the thing that is terrifying in the subliminal
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    • In truth, these things rise from the grotesque to the tragic. All such
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    • In truth there can be no one with any depth of soul to-day who does
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    • It is only of recent times that the truths of occultism have been the
    • subject of public lectures. Formerly, these truths were only revealed
    • period. Occult truths are beginning to be disclosed to the public. In
    • In the Middle Ages, occult truths were known in the Rosicrucian
    • science, that is to say truth presented to the reason in the form of
    • logic. Before this age, truth presented itself in the form of
    • masses. In our times, truth passes into the individual intelligence
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    • as a spiritual being he has ascended. St. Paul spoke of this truth
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    • The central core of truth is ineffable and divine. This is wonderfully
    • perceived, and that the sphinx is in truth a daemonic figure.
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    • not to make wrong use of the truths revealed to him. But the
    • the result of science, a certain number of truths pertaining to Nature
    • truth that is not at the same time a vital impulse, is a sterile
    • truth. That is why all thought must be filled with the element of
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    • perils and grave dangers. There is a measure of truth in this.
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    • as in the Gospel of St. John. Truth to tell it is only in this Gospel
    • essential source of Christian truth. Such Brotherhoods were the
    • they found the secret, for its words contained eternal truth —
    • truth applicable to all times. Such truth as this regenerates the
    • perceive truth in a two-fold sense: directly, through dream and astral
    • many lives was universally held; nobody doubted its truth. As soon as
    • between Elias and Moses. Elias represents the Way of Truth; Moses, the
    • Truth itself; Christ, the Life that epitomises them. That is why
    • Christ can say of Himself: “I am the Way, the Truth and the
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    • with occult truths. If science would accept the truths of
    • demonstrate and reveal the hidden truths. For humanity is passing
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    • are precepts of the moral life based on astral and spiritual truths.
    • Buddha and the Eight Beatitudes of Christ. The same underlying truth
    • all, represents the truth that unites all religions.
    • This truth underlies the rites and ceremonies of the various
    • this truth was represented in the figure of Vulcan, the cripple. His
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    • unconsciously to truth and divine life. In the legend of Lohengrin,
    • is the bearer of truth. He is the messenger of the Initiate and is
    • truth shining in his countenance he must be recognised. He who has not
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    • be permeated with Spirit. This truth was the basis of the exercises
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    • Christ Jesus brought a new state of life and was in very truth the
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    • Truth to tell, man only knows what is mineral in the universe. He does
    • fulfillment of a threefold goal, namely the realisation of truth,
    • truth, beauty and goodness. And then, those who come after him will
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    • of the Redeemer. It is not revelation but truth which makes men free:
    • “You shall know the Truth and the Truth shall make you
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    • Before Christianity, super-sensible truth was revealed in the rites and
    • epoch there has been a difference between esoteric truth as known to
    • eternal truths.
    • manner of the realisation of this truth.
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    • truth of a different nature to that proceeding from other
    • them with our conscience and our sense of truth. This is the
    • see genius. Although one learns the truth of Christ Jesus
    • then out of its inner being there arise the eternal truths
    • experiences what the sense world really is. The truth of the
    • forces, and rises up to the words of truth. Every truth has
    • this you will be able to understand certain hints and truths
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    • everything took place knows that he speaks the truth and says
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    • the way. Moses is the spiritual scientific word for truth. By
    • fundamental Christian truth: I am the Way, the Truth and the
    • Christian mystical truth — “I am the Way, the
    • Truth and the Life.”
    • religious, profound truth of reincarnation uttered in the
    • dealing either with truth or with error which we can censure.
    • It is not a question of absolute truth or error, but of what
    • truth and yet it would be folly. I must give a person what he
    • spiritual truths. They brought down a vast knowledge of the
    • John Gospel. We will become aware of the deep truth of one of
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    • dimmed and dulled. To grasp theosophical truths a man must be quite as
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    • will be effective; but a knowledge of the truth gives morality a sound
    • form of knowledge of the truth.
    • When we make this truth known we are not preaching morality but laying
    • a solid foundation for it. If we speak the truth about our neighbour,
    • Any thought containing truth finds its way to the being whom it concerns
    • every lie is an act of murder. Every spoken truth creates a life-promoting
    • will take much greater care to speak the truth and avoid lies than if
    • he is merely preached at and told he must be nice and truthful.
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    • he can convince himself that in Theosophy the truth about life is to
    • We verify the truth of the law by applying it.
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    • possible for these truths to be kept ever and again in mind.
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    • There is no absolute truth
    • — each truth has its particular mission at a certain time. We
    • who imparted truth to them in the form of myths and legends. If we had
    • we should not be able today to understand the truth which Theosophy
    • the truth spoken in another and a higher form. Truth evolves, as does
    • this characteristic of truth, we shall acquire a quite different relation
    • to it. We shall say: Indeed we live in the truth, but it can take many
    • light. We shall not say that we possess absolute truth; we shall say
    • truth where he now stands. Everyone has to learn for himself, and thus
    • we shall become tolerant towards every form of truth. We come to a better
    • out of this fundamental view of truth, Theosophy will develop an inner
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    • be cultivated by studying theosophical truths, or by practising mental
    • Truth and Science,
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    • passed beyond dogmas; we hold to the inner truth only and have no use
    • expresses symbolically a higher truth is gradually rejected. This is
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    • with the highest knowledge of spiritual truths. It is precisely through
    • grasp of the truth of Christianity. Truth is one, but it can be reached
    • we study as how we study. If we study the great truths, for instance
    • truth which comes from the spiritual world and flows through the world
    • as the one great Truth. The more a man renounces himself and sets his
    • own opinions aside, becoming instead a channel for the great Truth,
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    • physical substance and replaces it. The truth is near to that, but
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    • concrete truths that should be filling their souls. It is difficult
    • the standpoint of truth. Much that priests in the world today say
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    • extremely profound idea in which there is very much truth. For the
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    • physical substance and replaces it. The truth is near to that, but
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    • concrete truths that should be filling their souls. It is difficult
    • the standpoint of truth. Much that priests in the world today say
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    • extremely profound idea in which there is very much truth. For the
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    • observation. The truth is that the Bible tells us of the origin of
    • brought their consciousness far nearer to the truth than is the case
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    • is generally accepted is, in truth, a chimera. In the regions of
    • very ancient occult truth, a truth to which even modern physiology
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    • in truth there live the Spirits of Will; a fluid element, in which in
    • truth live the Spirits of Wisdom; an airy element, within which in
    • truth live the Spirits of Movement; and a warmth element, wherein in
    • truth live the Spirits of Form, the Elohim.
    • which, though certainly illusion, is at the same time truth. An
    • soil, on the ground. For the truth is that the Beings who play their
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    • philosophy which stresses only one side of this truth, that without
    • of the truth is that without light the eye could never have
    • superficial, because it only gives half the truth. The light which
    • followed of their own accord the rule of telling the whole truth, and
    • nothing but the truth which they knew. They felt through and through
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    • the truth.
    • enable us to understand the truth. To anyone who knows the truth, it
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    • commentators have maintained — which is nevertheless the truth.
    • tradition no longer matter, because knowledge of the truth enables
    • The same truth lies
    • contemplation of the great truths of Genesis ought to point us to the
    • love, let the truth about the mighty origin of men shine forth from
    • teaching is. Our deeds will proclaim its truth, rejoicing those
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    • earth, and this truth is indicated in the manner of dating the Easter
    • lack of truth is here laid bare. Truth would be obliged to confess:
    • untruth, often unconscious but no less destructive on that account,
    • of this tendency. That is why this tendency to untruth is so closely
    • enmity with the truth and we try to find all manner of ingenious ways
    • minded man towards the truth, unless we learn to see through things
    • whether one can in very truth feel something of the Christ Impulse, or
    • they acquire elsewhere. But that is the deep inward untruth of our
    • unconscious though he may be of it. The truth is, we are to-day living
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    • — this was a self-evident truth to man in those days, for he
    • a stone over the grave. In truth, two stones have been laid over the
    • for them a piece of untruthfulness. The truth would consist in the
    • anything to individuals in England, for example? If the truth as
    • untruthfulness? It would be Christian to-day to acknowledge such
    • These are the domains where untruthfulness is rampant, deep down in
    • the souls of men. And this untruthfulness makes the other stones of
    • being a festival of joy. And in truth those who would fain speak
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    • scientific investigators, namely for the essential truths contained in
    • primeval truth, this primeval wisdom, uncoloured by this or that
    • truth you must believe what I believe’ ... and the Buddhist rejoins by
    • his teachings. The essential, basic truth of Christianity is that a
    • To feel this as a reality, we must go deeply into the occult truths
    • truths. It will then be comprehensible to him that, to begin with,
    • even in Christendom itself, the loftiest thoughts and deepest truths
    • god. This deed of a god must be understood in all its truth and
    • seek for the truths contained in the different religions, and to seek
    • for the kernel of truth in them all is the augury of peace.
    • truth upon adherents of another religion. As little as the
    • aside, the truth concerning Buddha and the truth concerning Christ
    • This is a natural consequence of truth, for truth is the augury of
    • peace in the world. At the highest level of truth, all nations and all
    • Teacher; and at the same highest level of truth, all nations
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    • In truth, therefore, the thought of death is merely the other side
    • Good Friday thought which, in truth, should merely have formed the
    • Jesus Babe and were in truth merely the corresponding pole of the
    • in truth consist only in the knowledge: “Into whatever human
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    • imparted many aspects of knowledge, truths in profusion, but they
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    • the Mystery-truth underlying them, that the Nordic Gods would be
    • primal wisdom, primal truth.
    • stands in very truth before a fateful future, that future when, as is
    • known to everyone who is aware of this deeply significant truth of
    • must know that in very truth the gods are realities. When the etheric
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    • understanding will be attained only if we approach these truths with
    • For present-day humanity, two truths stand like mighty beacons on
    • profound secret, of a momentous truth which gives the answer to the
    • through material existence it is truth and reality when, looking
    • the deepest wisdom. They are truth in all profundity, not invented
    • legends. But so profound is their truth that we need all the means
    • truth.
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    • truth that freedom from suffering depends upon elimination of the
    • augured suffering for man, how does the great truth that life is
    • the great Mystery-truths.
    • great illuminations of the truths of Christianity which made them
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    • In truth, this begins in the 20th century and will hold good until the
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    • — which hid the truth from them.
    • learn of the truths now being proclaimed through Spiritual Science
    • truths of the Mysteries.
    • opportunity for absorbing the truths of Spiritual Science. That is how
    • Mystery-truths that must be absorbed if torment is to be avoided in
    • things are, I need not accept the truths of Spiritual Science till my
    • now receive its truths from only quite a few people, the situation
    • truths known, either here on the physical plane, or — if they are
    • make no effort to learn about the great spiritual truths, for the
    • whole truth. This adherence to the original words is the last thing
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    • this may be a proof of the truth of that for which a true and genuine
    • standpoint become important bearers of spiritual truths and spiritual
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    • bringing forward anything in objection to the truth of such a
    • announced represented its great Cosmic Truths. I have already often
    • possible for us to take up spiritual truths in a different way from
    • that through the mutual support of spiritual truths the value of these
    • truths is intensified. Therefore I shall yet again draw attention to
    • view, one always comes to the same conclusion. Thus do the truths
    • for the truth of this spiritual knowledge. I must often appeal to
    • this, otherwise I could not give out the later and higher truths in
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    • spiritual truths may sometimes seem cruel) it is nevertheless true,
    • to our own times, may be embodied in the great truth:
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    • one has made in one's soul. The truth may present itself in many ways,
    • but nevertheless it must be experienced as the truth. For example, if
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    • to impart truths concerning the spiritual world, but from the whole
    • not to be shaken as to the truth and justice of the sentence. First
    • life, but was one who pursues his way with a sort of brutality, caused
    • are really ripe to approach the spiritual truths, but that they
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    • The Darkness of the Present-day Spiritual Life and the Lack of Truth
    • THE DARKNESS OF THE PRESENT-DAY SPIRITUAL LIFE AND THE LACK OF TRUTH
    • our epoch, of our enlightened age, is devoid of truth, and short
    • never learn to distinguish between the truth which lives in the
    • truth, nothing materialistic may intervene in this.
    • spiritual path, and had been really convinced of the inner truth of
    • events, you will then feel more and more the truth of the words
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    • sufficiently prepared to receive the truth. It is through pictorial
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    • understand their truths in his feeling life. An example of this
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    • before them: ‘I am the Way, the Truth and the Life.’ The way =
    • Elias, Moses = the truth, Christ = the life. This appeared here to the
    • impart the whole truth at any one time, but only that part needed by
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    • he is in very truth god-forsaken. When he came forth from the astral
    • does live, swinging pendulum-wise between truth and error. He must
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    • traditions were first put together. The truth of the matter can only
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    • The higher bodies flow into one another: for instance Atma is in truth
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    • Lodge. From them went out in very truth events of world significance.
    • possible to speak openly about reincarnation and karma. These truths
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    • would fill human beings with the most brutal instincts which are only
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    • parliamentary fashion. Mathematical truth is recognised by man through
    • truth itself; a problem can only have one solution. Whether one or a
    • factors into consideration completely objectively, for truth cannot
    • conclusions, but not contradictory truths. Haeckel's truth crawls on
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    • the same truth has already been expressed. He kills
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    • most profound truths have been placed into them. We shall see whether
    • originally these truths were placed into the religious writings as we
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    • destroy the people. The deep occult truths can therefore not be taught
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    • develop, which in truth contains all the ancient cultures in itself
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    • truth, for example, that psycho-spiritual entities must be traced back
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    • capable of this investigation, to perceive the truth of what the
    • where — he will say with truth: This spirit that is active in
    • This is a cardinal truth of which sight must never be lost.
    • logical truth that here we see the immortal part of man crystallize
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    • founded on deep truth. This is really so, and in what is thus
    • in very truth express itself in the circulation of the blood. What we
    • How the actual truth is
    • blatantly in two poems next to one another. In truth if we
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    • the physical aspect. The spiritual truth is that men live upon the
    • the physical aspect. The truth is that thoughts are brought down to
    • — that deep spiritual truths are concealed in these ancient
    • apply to the whole realm of nature truths which first come to us as
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    • awaited? These answers were not the abstract, scientific truths
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    • resolving them again under the scrutiny of searching analysis. You
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    • guided humanity by imparting truths gained outside the body, and the
    • truth become far more living in the modern soul than the people of
    • henceforth will thirst after the forms revealed by the truths of
    • been said by me. The way truth is represented out in the world is
    • emphasised. Let us feel bound to truthfulness, to the testing of what
    • no blessing in occult development, in occult striving. Truth and
    • truthfulness! That is the first and foremost law. What is the good of
    • not permeated by honest and sincere truthfulness. From the place from
    • candid truthfulness, since I can see no blessing for any occult
    • movement unless one is dedicated to the truth! It may be contrary to
    • authority of truth, so that all we can achieve, not only in what we
    • permeated by truthfulness. You must also look for that truthfulness in
    • striven to permeate all that we do by an atmosphere of truthfulness.
    • tolerant” does not constitute tolerance. But if one is truthful
    • of the truth, it will follow as a matter of course that we shall be
    • honest with European souls, we wished to be truthful, seeking with a
    • sense of truthfulness for what the European soul is thirsting. The
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    • descended from his former spiritual heights. But the truth is simply
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    • not show what he ought. What is ugly is at the same time untruthful!
    • is ugly is untruthful. In the super-sensible worlds a point is reached
    • the one case, and ugly and untruthful in the other, become linked
    • containing hidden wickedness and untruthfulness, a very devil in the
    • gradually get to the truth of the matter by approaching it in
    • in this way he would at once have seen the truth: It is beautiful when
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    • guided humanity by imparting truths gained outside the body, and the
    • records are actually founded on truth. The experiences that have to be
    • exaggeration nor paradox but the literal truth to say that, of all
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    • guided humanity by imparting truths gained outside the body, and the
    • tendencies you have, what sense of truthfulness, or superficial
    • whole truth. When in the world of the senses some desire takes
    • fulfilled. The truth about the other initiates, however, you
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    • guided humanity by imparting truths gained outside the body, and the
    • keep to the truth, you cannot say that normally such and such a path
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    • guided humanity by imparting truths gained outside the body, and the
    • completely unprejudiced and in accordance with truth. On the contrary,
    • him to learn the truth about the super-sensible being of such a
    • In truth, in ordinary life, also, man thinks with his etheric body,
    • steps toward initiation, it is in truth as if you passed before all
    • truths, we have been obliged to point out how, in the course of the
    • disguised fear and dread of truth. This is said quite dispassionately,
    • worlds. In truth, such personalities are all in a state of fear. They
    • kind of sense of truth, as a materialistic sense of truth. But, by
    • super-sensible worlds by reason of their own sense of truth, their
    • not feel themselves bound to the truth, to distinguishing what should
    • be the sole truth. Perhaps by a little harmless persecution, some of
    • lectures from which so much that is in truth vexatious has come to us
    • man the love that proceeds from spiritual truth itself. If between now
    • honest and sincere sense of truth, and of, I would say, pledging
    • ourselves here in sensory existence to truthfulness and honesty. Do
    • truth in our time.
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    • or method of thought. Solovioff: 'The highest truth works as a
    • filled with the truth we ought to have expressed. This truth torments
    • spiritual world when we are tormented by the corresponding truth, the
    • opposite of the lie. There the truth torments us because it lives in
    • seeing the truth before us. But we are in such a condition that this
    • truth gives us no satisfaction, no joy, no pleasure; it torments us.
    • truths of occult science which enter here.
    • Son, the Christ, through the same kind of truth by which the
    • it is necessary to add the truth of faith to the philosophical truth,
    • add the other truth which is obtained through clairvoyant
    • Christ! An active up-rousing of the impulse for truth is required in
    • arrive at the other truths which lie in the realm of the Father-God,
    • truths man gains about the world, to which his logic forces him, he
    • does not stand related as to a free truth. The higher truth is that
    • to which we are not forced, which is our free act, the highest truth
    • says: ‘The higher truth, that which recognises Christ, is the
    • truth which works as a free act, which is not forced.’ To the
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    • the possibility arises of our being tormented by the truth, the
    • him often enough with our spiritual eyes) he causes the truth, the
    • the truth.
    • to have a correct understanding of the truths of Spiritual Science.
    • ready to receive the truth of the spirit; but it is necessary for
    • who seeks to spread abroad spiritual truths to become a cancer when
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    • feel, in very truth, that man is related to everything in the
    • for all in the Gospels, but to recognise that the Christ is in truth
    • If we honestly build up this kind of self-scrutiny into an inner
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    • but to the fellowship of men. In truth, according to the mind of
    • imagine itself to be God-given ... the truth to which all religious
    • first truth was conveyed by Christ Jesus when in the old phraseology
    • two reflections of the super-earthly, so in truth must the social
    • untruthful. It would become truthful only if it were hebraicised
    • This is a truth of
    • nothing less will make it right!” You see, a definite untruth
    • often fall into the deepest inner untruth — one could even say,
    • own way. It is hard to-day for humanity to reach the truth, since
    • what I have called an inner untruth has an exceptionally strong
    • backing of tradition. And this inner untruth, which has come to
    • still true? Where is any genuine truth left?
    • impulse which is, in truth, the Christ Impulse. If I do not look on
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    • that in which we are condemned to live. In truth, existing conditions
    • truth — and everything outside them is horrible. We have simply
    • can express only by calling to witness the general truth of the
    • sin against the social order, but a sin against the truth, if —
    • truths and living lies is something which should be deeply engraved
    • for those things which are not lies, but living truths ... and the
    • penetrated by this truth: that the fulfilment of the State consists
    • ideal of a man who in truth sought most earnestly to tread the
    • which is in truth able to master external reality, and can truly
    • half-reality; it is like a dream! But I am bound to scrutinise the
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    • things purely in the mind, using the crutches of outer illustration
    • truths of arithmetic, geometry and kinematics, — these we
    • clear, to what extent these truths are applicable to that which meets
    • The truth of this was
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    • kinematical, geometrical and arithmetical truths, — truths we
    • is surely significant that all the truths we thus derive by thought
    • Truth is, the brain by no means weighs with the full 1250 grammes
    • truth to say that our astral body is there in our physical body. We
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    • Truth is that where we
    • vitality, — there is life. Truth is, the farther back we go
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    • kund” — two witnesses will always tell the truth. I
    • truth to tell, have been only too well disciplined by the Churches,
    • great achievements of modern Physics; it is in truth a very great
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    • itself, it is in truth an abstraction. I must go on to the totality
    • side, whereas in truth the ear can only be compared to the part of
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    • two things at once, truth to tell, — two things that should
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    • from? The truth is, these ideas come not from our intelligence
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    • In very truth the world is infinitely more complicated than is
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    • angle to the great truths of existence. We will endeavour today to
    • We now know in very truth that Cosmic Will streams through the
    • truth our soul is paltry as compared with what there is in the
    • truth that spirit lies behind all material existence, then we must
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    • that reincarnation is a truth, for he has actually gone back to his
    • made them desire to speak the truth it may happen that as soon as
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    • to a stage where certain higher truths connected with the Macrocosm
    • The process of going to sleep is in very truth an ascent into the
    • qualities, his desires and passions, his sense of truth or the reverse
    • experienced — now realised that in very truth there are beings
    • is a one-sided truth. Unless the other side is added a
    • one-sided truth is being regarded as the whole truth — than which
    • truth as the absolute truth and to persist in so regarding it. That
    • without the eye we could see no light is a one-sided truth. But if the
    • light. It is always essential to look at truths not only from the one
    • cannot be refuted because they do state truths — but that they
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    • principle that he can reach the truth only by ignoring his own
    • because life itself corrects them; but one-sided truths, half-truths,
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    • into which profound cosmic truths are compressed. When cosmic truths
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    • is necessary in order to arrive at a particular truth. The mind moves
    • different when we want to recognise the truth in connection with
    • establish in the soul a certain sense of responsibility towards truth
    • and untruth, without which nothing can be achieved in the higher
    • that truth are reluctant to let these beliefs be affected by the
    • truths of the higher worlds cannot be established through logic. The
    • about these worlds he would only be able to produce commonplace truths
    • conscientiousness with regard to the acceptance of truth in the higher
    • decide spontaneously about truth or falsity.
    • so, train himself that error causes him actual pain and that the truth
    • worlds. To be indifferent to truth and error is of course more
    • truth. There is plenty of opportunity today to feel pain at the
    • feeling of the truth of this picture, it may happen that when, at
    • far-reaching truth. Nobody gets anywhere near the real truth if he
    • opinions for then we immediately have delusive images of truth before
    • Something else is associated with this, namely that the truths
    • false. If we are really intent upon experiencing truth, we must not
    • the fault of a person who clothes allegedly spiritual truths in
    • incapable of detecting truths behind the thoughts which are like words
    • defined thoughts. Thus even when we hear the deepest truths of the
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    • hope that, by adding to truths already made known facts directly
    • man will behold the truth. But he will then have assimilated the
    • parts of the brain remain stationary, so the brain is in very truth a
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    • Men have a natural sense of truth in regard to what it will be
    • falsehood, but for truth; that long before the soul, out of its own
    • deepest knowledge, will recognise and accept the truths brought down
    • already present-in other words, that truth about the higher worlds can
    • truths is proved by the fact that a large number of people are not
    • only feel through their natural sense of truth what later on they will
    • he knows that the same sense of truth which lies in his own heart is
    • appeals to the sense of truth in the hearts of men, and leaves it to
    • itself from every soul. He seeks only to give expression to the truths
    • truth.
    • “why?” ad infinitum. For example, seeing ruts in the road,
    • he asks: “Why are the ruts there?” — “Because
    • that by means of questions. And so when great cosmic truths are
    • innate in the folk-spirit. Hence a great truth is contained in what is
    • is so little consciousness of the truth that the spiritual underlies
    • we have permeated ourselves with the truths of the spirit as with
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    • its truth or untruth, but only to show how an irreproachable
    • approaching the spirit of the world in all sincerity and truth
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    • This is an historical truth. It is just as much an
    • historical truth as what we learn in school about Alcibiades
    • and the Peloponnesian and Persian wars. But a truth we do not
    • spiritual nature and thereby acquires the character of truth
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    • truths of Spiritual Science. If, either reading aloud or to
    • is capable, even before he becomes a seer, of recognising the truths
    • of Spiritual Science. Admittedly, occult truths can be discovered
    • this truth, would feel: This idea, this statement of Spiritual
    • spiritual truths is much less a knowledge of physical science than an
    • anyone wish to understand occult truths through the original moral
    • we no longer have any doubts as to the truth of spiritual
    • life. Truth to tell, it can only be ignorance of these facts that
    • recognise the objective truth regarding the World-Spirit.
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    • of occult knowledge. And of all the truths within the range of the
    • on the truth concerning Michael, who at the present time is beginning
    • community in mankind which is endeavoring to comprehend this new truth
    • the truth itself. Then we shall realize that only a few of us are
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    • into the world according to inward orientation. In truth, we
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    • content of the sense world exists in truth somehow inside us. The
    • truth of the matter is that any real idea of organisms has been lost
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    • half-truths — that is to say, at the final conditions of being
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    • truths which turn out not to be true. For we must conclude if Achilles
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    • matter of fact way, is simply an obvious truth. But now you see, we
    • there in the object. It is in truth not there. Just as the spirit is
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    • as the source of the inorganic and come nearer the truth. They think
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    • strengthening, inner truthfulness, calmness of soul, self-possession
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    • arising spontaneously. One perceives the truth on the further side of
    • consciousness-content giving the experiences of truth to his
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    • Those who knew the truth about the mystery of Golgotha always, as in
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    • the truth that was imparted to mankind in ancient times in order that
    • in regard to eternal truths. But the needs of humanity change. So these
    • truth.
    • deepest spiritual truths cultivated by the Rosicrucians were interpreted
    • you could see forty years ahead you would be horrified by the brutality
    • this Being was there in very truth, that the fire was not only outer
    • But he said to himself, “This Being exists in very truth and will
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    • audience are already familiar. But only by learning of these truths
    • truth is that a fact of the spiritual world that has once been discovered
    • be able to see only unreality, not truth, in the spiritual world if
    • must have knowledge of these truths, such as is given by theosophy,
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    • truths as realities and then finds them again in the sacred records and
    • such truths are experienced again in Devachan as a source of exaltation.
    • is formed by the light for the light.” The truth of this is confirmed
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    • death and a new birth. For anyone who concerns himself with the truths
    • will not believe it either. Facts that confirm the truth of this imagery
    • invented in days of yore in order to tell children an untruth, but it
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    • is not the same being as Lucifer. Through untruth Zarathustra calls
    • longer living in a physical body He proclaimed that in very truth life
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    • physical world. He was intent upon the acquisition of super-sensible truths
    • great truth concerning suffering dawned in him. He now taught of the
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    • on the one side and super-sensible truth on the other, a cleft arose,
    • of initiation. Truth to tell, it is only possible since the time of the
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    • particular truth or achievement in a special branch of human
    • the ages, have striven to press through to the source of truth.
    • one and the same. That is a truth, Theosophy teaches us to be modest
    • to clothe the highest truths in words and to give them forth in open
    • truths were not then spoken of openly. Those who gave a hint of them
    • truths, who believed that a particular sort of mood, a sort of
    • truths; they could not be grasped merely by the intellect. A certain
    • be too arid, too dry and cold to express the highest truths. Besides
    • learn these truths should first make themselves worthy of them. This
    • 3rd century A.D. — the truth about the human soul
    • truths, but which the students had to recognise as living truths and
    • man before the Holy of Holies; he had to understand that truth is
    • the Mysteries, he was to acquire the holy shyness before the Truth,
    • life, he learns not only to penetrate the truth with his thought but
    • Divine Truth, as Theosophy. Goethe has expressed this conviction in
    • was then considered worthy to have the highest truths communicated to
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    • out esoteric truths to all the world. Only in small circles, such for
    • instance as that of the Rosicrucians, could the higher truths be
    • die of it; he cannot take in the truth and transmute it as does the
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    • in the world upon which he himself was dependent. In truth, however,
    • sacred truth. The fourth degree was that of the “Lions,” and the
    • there was on earth only the Path and the Truth. Now we have the Path,
    • the Truth and the Life. The great difference between earlier religions
    • great cosmic truths in this manner, means to celebrate the cosmic
    • festivals correctly. When you come to read the primal truths of the
    • teachers of mankind, they again reveal such truths to us. These
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    • the ideal, one has not yet grasped real truth. Where does real truth
    • live in us? Truth lives in us when we endeavor to think logically. It
    • the light of the sun. In the same way, divine truth, the divine and
    • truthful soul, is sunk in the depth of the life of passions and
    • truth, a higher self, a divine, sun-like, light-filled Being. This
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    • contemplation of the great eternal truths. The pupils directed their
    • before the world to proclaim the occult truths that he was permitted
    • the truth will resound into cosmic space with the words, “Darkness
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    • external world by means of an untruth. This is a possibility which
    • had to be given to man, in order that he might come to the truth by
    • long as they retain their nature. The possibility of untruth does not
    • external world. These beings must live in a kingdom of absolute truth
    • of an untruth, immediately be stupefied, transferred into a state of
    • their own nature live in the realm of absolute truth and sincerity.
    • Every deviation from truth would render these beings less conscious.
    • know that certain truths, certain things in the world, simply please
    • free from all that concerns only himself. This is a truth which is
    • truths. If we have recognized something as right, we say, “This
    • could be wrong in our inner being.” Moral truths also reveal
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    • be consistent with their own nature. Every untruth would be a denial
    • own nature; untruth, falsehood. You see, it is important that you
    • Untruth — spirits which betrayed their own being — in other
    • had no intention of doing something in order to sink into untruth.
    • time became Spirits of Untruth. Now all the spiritual beings which in
    • in truth a combined working of two forces; and only because, in truth,
    • For in truth here we have actually to do with a turning in, and to be
    • behind this Maya does the truth lie; for the truth behind the material
    • the truth which at the present time can be found in occult
    • investigation, and when this same truth shines towards us from the old
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    • mentioned among the great truths which, as every experienced student
    • brings great truths, but they must be recognized in the right way. We
    • book. Of all the great truths taught by the true occultist,
    • equivalent to Mercury” — that hinted at the great truth of
    • occultism, and in these subtle and great truths things must not be
    • important, so many occult truths have prevailed, if we were to confuse
    • look into the depths of the worlds becoming. All occult truths show us
    • Blavatsky identified the Buddha with Mercury, a great truth was
    • hearts with truth, love, and that piety which carries forward the
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    • Jehovah; the truth nevertheless presses through, and the description
    • expression of a truth. The presentation given from inspiration by
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    • to the truth brings right living — right down into one's health. This
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    • things and truths which touch us all so closely. I offer you a hearty
    • because of the doubt that the truth can be learned, this is one of the
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    • are only different formulations of the truths of initiation, are in a
    • great truths of initiation.
    • hearty respect, and full recognition of the core of truth in all
    • truths of the various religious systems. There will be the highest
    • truth in their faith. And a man who is born in a region where a
    • approach them on the basis of what, as truth, is contained in the
    • the great truths of the Gospels. Perhaps he has already attained also
    • Buddhism for example. From those who stand within the sacred truths
    • great truth which is valid not only for Buddhism but for all men, and
    • were to dispute this truth, saying that the Bodhisatva who became a
    • body. But we anthroposophists recognize the truth in the religions; we
    • take the position of seeking the truth of the various religions and
    • on earth, in that we recognize the truth which they have to give. Yes,
    • strictest Buddhist this truth, that the Bodhisatva who was on earth
    • pains, the compensation will be created. This is the occult truth,
    • crucified in his 33rd year — not so is the initiation-truth of
    • There is no possibility of learning the complete truth about a leading
    • the truth-containing element which has been given to mankind in the
    • believe above all things in his own truth; we will not injure the
    • understanding, and will not wish to force the truth of one religion
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    • during our earthly existence. The truth is that we must say to
    • brutish, pitiless action in the previous life. Every step taken by the
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    • Now, however, it is necessary that the truth become clear to the human
    • decision that he could not of himself attain to truth, but must adjust
    • himself to what the Catholic church prescribed as truth: to submit
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    • begins to dominate, truth, as experienced inwardly by the soul, dies
    • experience of truth, a living experience of human community, of
    • those times this was the customary way of refuting truths. But now —
    • to point to the truth, the truth in the spirit. You know that among
    • shutters!” That is the truth. The other is the cliché
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    • nearest spiritual horizon: people believe they at last know the truth
    • the truth and it is a much more serious matter than is usually
    • the truth of repeated earth-lives, into a truth that can only be
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    • phrase,” for in truth the human is all-too-human.
    • not hit upon a truth but only on clichés. For unless the human
    • feeling for truth.
    • need truth at the bottom of our soul. Truth is the alpha and the
    • the truth. It would be much more clever if our age, which has lost
    • “spiritual.” What we need is truth, and if any young
    • acquire the most profound feeling for honesty and truth. If we build
    • upon honesty and truth, then we shall progress, for humanity must
    • phrase to a grasp of truth; beyond convention to a direct, elementary
    • another and to honest, upright experience of truth.
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    • very indefiniteness was untruthful. When speaking of intuitions, of
    • lapsing into untruthfulness, proof for the existence of God came into
    • is a good deal of truth in contemporary religious philosophies when
    • had living experience of their truth, though as coming from outside
    • speaks of intuitions not in mere phrases but honestly, truthfully,
    • must do. If a youth movement wants to have truth and not only
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    • received the truth. This shade of feeling lay in all education, in
    • knowledge in the form of truth. In earlier times it was said: Before
    • truth must be filled if humanity is not to pine away. This must be
    • interpreter of truth.
    • through beauty to capture truth, will never come to the full manhood
    • truth through beauty in Goethe. Listen how he says: “Art is a
    • living truth — otherwise it is dead. And Schiller's
    • artistic can we penetrate into the realm of truth, there can be no
    • generation, when truth first appears in the garb of beauty. In this
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    • truth is that outer Nature draws it forth. In olden times men saw the
    • some truth in this — once we have grown up we have actually
    • myths and legends are founded on truth, then we may be sure that
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    • treasures of the soul, truthfulness had gone. An era which made the
    • shrinking away from this consequence is the fearful untruth that has
    • untruth upon the earth. We must acquire the vision of Michael who
    • People are struck dumb by science, even if one has a truth to utter.
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    • and the truth of the triad has been withheld. The most profound
    • diabolical element, while, in truth, we have to do with the Luciferic
    • a hard time to circumvent this truth, for the so-called trichotomy,
    • man consists of body and soul. In truth, however, they are following
    • lies behind the manifest in the sphere of truth.
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    • man the rest of the human organism is larger than the head. The truth,
    • senses. Materialism must suppose just the opposite of the truth.
    • a secret with which man came very close to the truth. It was known
    • spite of its being still considered an important and essential truth
    • man descended from the animal; while, in truth, only that which is
    • truth consists of the facts we have stated in regard to the descent of
    • — a duad instead of a triad. The truth is that what man
    • truth about man appears to consist of anatomical and physiological
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    • forces of the human head means, in truth, to be able to diagnose all
    • interplay of beauty and ugliness; in truth, there is a hard battle
    • the truth is that we do not see the human beings either. This is
    • human being! In truth they are only the gesture which points to the
    • opposite of the truth. When we think we are not; for in
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    • scholasticism, is a confluence of the spiritual truths of the Mystery
    • truths, as it were. Those who do notice it may suffer greatly from
    • between truths that are arrived at purely upon the basis of external
    • observation of nature and the truths that are found in the sciences,
    • We are in a sense justified in saying that in regard to the truths
    • regard to the truths of external observation we can never speak of
    • is will also rise tomorrow. This is the way with all truths which we
    • mathematical truths. If we have once grasped them we know they are
    • These mathematical truths are different from the truths we arrive at
    • The reason is to be found in the fact that mathematical truths
    • then perceives them inwardly. We possess mathematical truths through
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    • validity to the soul at all. And only timidly does the truth make its
    • truths; there you will, naturally, find: God is all-mighty, all-wise,
    • consisting of body and soul, whereas in truth they merely follow the
    • this is today a recognized geological truth, that geologists who are
    • I emphasize once more: it is an extremely serious truth that certain
    • truth at a time when many people do not at all love the sense for
    • truth, quite apart from the fact that false sentimentality might find
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    • But this is only an approximate truth. In reality, the boundary
    • that much that arises in our souls is in truth told us by the dead.
    • truth it is a communication from the dead. We also are unfamiliar with
    • proved that these people do not speak the truth, for not one will be
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    • may be said that even less than half-truths are, under certain
    • assortment of quarter-truths.
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    • us to point out the dangers residing in quarter-truths in a
    • Another inconvenient truth! For of course it forces the
    • takes the opportunity to combine objective untruth with calumny
    • truth in Nietzsche's own saying: “The world is
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    • truth. In the devachanic world the natural, moral, and
    • evil, aesthetic beauty and ugliness, truth and falsehood. All
    • having been in his last life a liar: the spirits of Truth
    • withdraw from him. There dies in him that which in a truthful
    • untruthful, vain, or ambitious in this life will wander about
    • intellectual truth appear with the inevitability of natural law
    • groups upon a basis of truth, honesty, and patient practice,
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    • truths concerning repeated earth lives remain by no means
    • no longer be an abstract truth alone, but will be studied
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    • in the spiritual world. And in truth a real initiate was inspired by
    • a materialistic theory. One cannot remain truthful, if one thinks
    • unconscious untruthfulness lies at the basis of our present education.
    • to Truth. That is indeed the peculiar [eigenartige] nature of
    • anthroposophical truth that the observer may have no opinion of his
    • will never recognise objective truth.
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    • turn the gaze away from the outer world if they let the highest truths
    • numerous as the stars in heaven.... Whereas in truth, the passage
    • sky,” whereas in truth it is said: Everything shall be so regular
    • because it contains a truth which lies as far as possible from modern
    • thinking. But it is nevertheless a truth, and one may make the demand,
    • can bear such truths, withdrawn somewhat from modern habits of
    • that truth which must sound so strange. What one calls the old
    • are only preserved where — one might say — the old truths
    • words themselves, the greatest truths are contained.
    • Science will only come again to these significant truths after a long
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    • truth comprises the angel, who, as angel, has to announce what man
    • as he stands before us. In truth, he is a schema, a Maya, an illusion.
    • man — in truth he is one of the souls, who are nourishing their
    • stands a model, which one calls Zarathustra. In truth, his being is
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    • any knowledge of the truth itself. It was doubt of the
    • knowledge of the Truth through which St. Augustine also passed;
    • no unconditional certainty, can give no unconditioned truth;
    • experiences in his inner sou1 as truth, he gives himself over
    • as one's ideas and feelings, is the truth; that is certain.
    • That firm basis for the admittance of an indisputable truth,
    • human beings will not admit this. They like to have truths
    • presented to them, not as the truths for one definite epoch of
    • assumes uncertainty as to the truths of all external
    • work, but in other forms. Their waking life of truth dived
    • truth, was not only truth but also reality, because one knew
    • cling to certain living Mystery-Truths. The Mystery Truths, to
    • that which shines indubitably in us as truth, without doubt
    • life. We can say: — it is true that the truth shines in
    • inward truth as though it were a reality like the external
    • experiences inwardly as Truth.
    • seriously although that Is simply cowardice, because in truth
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    • That is the Fundamental Truth which we mast realise, With
    • reference to this Fundamental Truth, modern humanity, by reason
    • Therewith, my dear friends, the concept of truth itself
    • aright the fact, that the very concept of Truth has undergone a
    • under a theocratic Ordering, have no such idea of Truth as
    • him, truth consists in the coinciding of an idea with external
    • concept of Truth simply did not exist in the First Christian
    • Centuries. There was another idea of Truth then, which was
    • concept of truth which lives in all souls to-day really did not
    • realised now. It is more easy to recognise the concept of Truth
    • were so the duel would hardly occur; the truth only emerges in
    • of truth at the present day, in the case of war. We should not
    • old concept of truth is rooted even to-day, that truth itself
    • fall. That is the old concept of Truth.
    • have completely broken with this idea of Truth. They only
    • recognise a truth as such, where the event in its course can be
    • Truth in our modern age. But, my dear friends, with the concept
    • historical life through this idea of Truth, which Auguste Comte
    • old concept of Truth as Divine Judgment, for that stood under
    • Truth stands under the influence of our Delusion in
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    • expression of esoteric truths. Today I should like to speak of one of
    • of the fifth root-race, and in it real Mystery-truth is hidden. The
    • The saga thus expresses great cosmic truths. That is why I said at the
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    • includes not only initiation into truths of the present, but also into
    • truths of the past and of the future. Apocalypse always forms part of
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    • language to find on occasions deep esoteric truths in them. To-day I
    • Hellenism; it is the mythical presentation of an esoteric truth, the
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    • ingenious, but truthful! As an occultist one must give up lawless
    • an image that has been contrived. It is based on fact. It is a truth.
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    • will see what truths are contained in both these symbols.
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    • truth-feeling is satisfied: it was very alarmed with the
    • part is not important, to find the truth, however, is). I
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    • to-day the Gospels are, in truth, the most sealed of all books for
    • truth have been kept well hidden and have been accessible only to
    • of the secret teaching, contain in truth some of the deepest and most
    • assert about the so-called truths of Buddha, that I had said that the
    • Buddha had taught and revealed the truths about life and life's pain
    • the holy truths of the Buddha about the pain of life have no more
    • Christianity, the old truths of Buddhism would not be true any more.’
    • great truths about pain and life is exactly true, it is true to its
    • work effectively? Because the Buddha had spoken the truth. Humanity
    • given us by which the facts, about which those truths have been said,
    • explain unto thee, oh man seeking for truth’ (it is thus
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    • this answer is as false as possible; for, in truth, no physical eye
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    • to Solon the Greek a remarkable hint regarding the truth of the
    • Mysteries; he told him, that it was a truth of very great importance,
    • that the gods were once men. This was one of those truths which the
    • truth, because as a natural consequence the pupil of the Mysteries
    • truth to deification, the other one leads to folly, to madness.
    • out of fire. Herakleitos knew of this truth from the ancient
    • the knowledge of this truth to the Mysteries of Ephesus where the
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    • really a living being. It is in truth exactly as if it were a living
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    • truth, this human language has not been created. No human words exist
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    • accordance with the truth. In the school curriculum of the present
    • Neptune, very much impair the truth of the calculation. If one
    • which is a truth, which corresponds precisely to his soul; or else it
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    • not always himself the teacher; these are elementary truths which
    • were in truth — Maya. They were not at all what they outwardly
    • a spiritual economy which demands exceptions to the general truths
    • For, in truth, many periods do not possess a sufficient number of
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    • representation of such universal all-embracing truths about the
    • comprises all that man has within him. Profound truth lies in the
    • depths of such representations, truth which comes to light more or
    • theories of modern science, will compel men to seek these truths of
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    • he see the truth; then the illusion was taken away, and he knew he
    • in truth. It was only a reflection of that which had really taken
    • wisdom, goodness and in truth as he may do, when he has to overcome
    • know the Truth and the Truth will make you free.’
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    • a belief permeated by wisdom, truth and knowledge, and we may say:
    • in great matters. We shall say: we stand firmly rooted in our truths
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    • today. Humanity never has been dependent on the mere study of truths
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    • Just here we can see the truth of Greek mythology as portrayed in the
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    • mind's eye, always felt in their souls the truth that our Earth has
    • it expresses only a portion of the whole truth. Just as from the rest
    • the forms of truth have changed, new truths cannot have been added to
    • thought (and its truth is not in any way questioned, only the
    • absorbed from Oriental life. Statement of a higher truth in no way
    • impugns a lower, lesser truth; spiritual science fully assents to
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    • Eckhart: ‘The historical Christ is in very truth a fact; His
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    • men, a feeling which gave the stamp of truth to the event. To that
    • this was realised as an abstract truth; it will be realised on earth
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    • that we must find truth through logical thinking, because we might
    • the light, truth and knowledge poured. Just as man of a later time
    • always bear that truth in mind when reading the Vedas today, and not
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    • becomes the true number for temporal conditions. For truths, which
    • every age has to receive the truth in the particular form needed by
    • that epoch. Truth in its present form could not have been given to
    • the old Indian, or to the old Persian. The truth had to be given to
    • fourth or Graeco-Latin epoch — the truth about Christ and about
    • directly on the Christ-manifestation the whole truth about the Christ
    • within us. We make a beginning by teaching the elementary truths of
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • spiritual research and for bringing back spiritual truths difficult
    • realizing that in truth there is in man a certain power of perception
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: II. Supersensible Processes in the Activities of the Human Senses.
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    • inspired in man. The truth concerning the nature of speech is that it
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • truth; there is such a thing as well-founded acceptance of theosophic
    • truths.
    • truths. The deeper we penetrate into these matters, the clearer it
    • interwoven, how spiritual truths are verified in outer phenomena,
    • acknowledge the higher truths that spiritual science is in a position
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    • tells the truth, it is clear that the human head could not possibly
    • (apart from illusions) can be taken as truth, for there the human
    • to the tendency to truth. Out of a right tendency to truth we must
    • the inner tendency to truth, it must inevitably fall into all sorts
    • the truth cannot perceive them. In reasoning, however, the power of
    • were rightly guided by their natural sense of truth. They would look,
    • evolution of man. This feeling is nearer the truth than is the later
    • might be outer body, and you will see that in truth, it is the image
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    • over them who has kept alive a dim feeling for the truth. This is
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    • To live unto free truth alone;
    • visualizations that we then continue to carry with us as a truth. And
    • the value a visualization has for life consists in its being a truth.
    • The soul of itself cannot judge truth; the basis of truth is
    • of the soul life with what is to be acquired through truth.
    • for truth lies without, and the decision is the union with truth. For
    • struggle for truth up to the moment of decision run their course, so
    • that is truth. Desire cannot flow out; truth overwhelms
    • desire. Desire must capitulate to truth. It is necessary, then, to
    • truth.
    • Truth, then, is something to which desires capitulate as
    • surrender to the majesty of truth, but when it is forced to do so,
    • incessantly wallow in beauty and maintain that truth is unhealthy.
    • That would be setting up the axiom that the search for truth is
    • view of our search for truth, which is a duty, a necessity, we are
    • itself. Indeed, in seeking truth we must do this as a matter of
    • search for truth renders us ever more humble. Yet if man were merely
    • necessity surrendering to truth; this is where the life of aesthetic
    • demanded in the light of truth. What is demanded by truth is
    • In seeking truth we must surrender ourselves completely, and in
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    • understand the truth. We encounter an entirely different soul force
    • be a half-truth. The linguistic connection with “I is,”
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    • Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
    • Truth and Error in the Light
    • a world of truth in his own inner being, and he could never be
    • truth within himself.
    • If we examine this world of truth seriously, we find
    • world of truth is in itself sufficient to convince us that we
    • participate in a spirit world and live in it with our truth.
    • recognize the absolutely independent world of truth will find in this
    • independent activity of the spirit, moving as it does in truth,
    • perceiving how difficult it is to prove anthroposophy as such. Truth
    • seriously enough. The existence of the world of truth as such does
    • of truth — for instance as presented in Hegel's philosophy —
    • of truth is made up of thoughts, were nothing more than the
    • truth is super-sensible, materialism can undoubtedly cope with the
    • objection that man creates super-sensible truth within himself; hence
    • truth as such would furnish no argument against materialism.
    • Now we're in a pretty predicament. This truth, being
    • but it is not a proof of the existence of a spiritual world! Truth is
    • mind that the possession of truth is not proof of the reality of a
    • spiritual world, and that merely by penetrating to truth and living
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    • is subject to the laws of truth. Now, these laws of truth act
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    • instance, in the matter of a feeling for truth and falsehood. In this
    • world there is strong temptation not to take truth pertaining to the
    • saying agreeable things but with speaking the truth objectively. We
    • That is the truth, whether we like it or not. One who is
    • on the subject in The Philosophy of Freedom and in Truth
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    • This truth is utterly lost to the materialism of the age. Those who do
    • ideal, this is evidence that men have not realised what truth really
    • is. Where in us does truth exist? Truth lives in that realm of our
    • the great truth that the soul of man is involved in a process of
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    • to contemplation of the eternal truths. The pupil's gaze was directed
    • darkened chamber, steeped in the contemplation of eternal truths.
    • the truth that he lives in eternal light, freed from the darkness. In
    • truth that as well as the physical sun there is a Spiritual Sun which,
    • The same truth is indicated in the Gospel of St. John in the words:
    • before the world the occult truths imparted to him in the temple. The
    • said: ‘The Darkness comprehendeth not the Light,’ but when the truth
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    • symbol but each year anew it reveals to man a great, eternal truth.
    • fixed as the day of Christ's Nativity because a great truth had been
    • point to the loss of a great truth, such profound meaning lay behind
    • Festival of Christ's Nativity. Thus the loss of an ancient truth
    •     Who slept many days — 'tis the truth.
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    • truth received from the South a completely distorted Christianity?
    • within a Temple. The Mystery-truths are not the childish trifles
    • presented by certain mystic sects to-day; the Mystery-truths are great
    • human evolution. And to believe that such Mystery-truths are now being
    • sheathed." And so it was in very truth at the time which is now our
    • the evolution of earthly humanity. Truths of mighty, awe-inspiring
    • but sacred truths which thrill through the very fibres of our being,
    • stirring our hearts to the depths. These are truths which flow through
    • origin, the ancient, holy Mystery-truths will again be understood;
    • mankind no child's play but great and earnest, soul-shaking truths.
    • of knowledge, so brutally reduces humanity to the level of the animal.
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    • The philosopher Kant says of the truths of mathematical science that
    • The truth is that between sleeping and waking we look back, feel back,
    • the ‘human universal’ is in very truth quickened by Christianity. Such
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    • But the bright aura, aglow with Budhi, is in very truth a Star, is a
    • very truth, the Christ Soul shines as an auric Star, and it is by this
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    • capable of understanding a truth only to be known in super-sensible
    • fail to realise that men have very little insight into the truth that
    • Nazareth. This truth is expressed in history itself in a profound way.
    • sacred truth was proclaimed: Man can be victorious over death. But it
    • truth that the Divine-Spiritual heavens and the physical world of
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  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • of brain, so that the truths, which in the higher worlds are quite of
    • translating these truths into such thoughts. The Beings who wish to
    • an instrument through which those truths, which in other ages were
    • is not the case. In 2,500 years' time the same truths will not be
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    • ourselves with its different truths.
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    • nor could he be led into untruth. Thus did the tendency to lying and
    • lying into truthfulness, the danger of error into absolute certainty
    • Thus we see the profound truth of what I have already indicated here
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    • the truth, who wish to see Christ in the flesh!’ It was preached
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    • rather that from the truths which in the first place are truths in
    • grasped a polarity or a truth in one of its aspects, that does not by
    • any means signify that we know the last truth about it; rather must we
    • has proved the truth of a thing, he has not even then told us what is
    • of greatest importance in it. For example, there is much truth in what
    • man and the higher mammals. It is an indisputable truth that man has
    • acquire a feeling for the value of a particular truth, to sense
    • consciousness, keep on assuring us of the truth of their assertions.
    • does the human body even approximately correspond to truth. As regards
    • ascent into the higher worlds, and to translate the truths into
    • cannot be helped. They do not desire to investigate the truth. But on
    • ridiculed in his Truth and Poetry and which found their
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    • external experience, — of giving a sort of proof that the truths
    • known to Spiritual Science are truths indeed. That is a different task
    • Beings! When man asserts that the truth is simple, that is great
    • arrogance on his part; it shows that he wants to twist the truth to
    • to assert that the truth must be simple. The truth is indeed very
    • occult truth behind this. Among the Spiritual experiences in Sicily
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    • new kinds of truths? Why should there be constantly new knowledge and
    • by means of which men will be able to obtain spiritual truth in a new
    • describe as lack of devotion to the truth. How often at the present
    • indeed to test the person by the truth, instead of testing the truth
    • hidden from Blavatsky. Her task was to point out the germs of truth in
    • the East that is established as absolute truth. St. Paul points to the
    • same truth, and emphatically asserts it. At the same time St. Paul
    • emphasises something else: ‘Man does not see the truth when he
    • inner process. Then will Maya be transformed into truth, into
    • Truth and Science
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    • untruth. What is the consequence of the ego's having uttered an
    • untruth such as this? The consequence is that from this moment the
    • uttering an untruth our worth is greater than it is afterwards. For
    • the untruth. To the one we have called wicked we can confess, “I
    • important anthroposophical tasks to study the core of truth in the
    • find out the truth! Those who make no real distinction between the
    • anything essential at stake when a truth is not found in particular
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    • what can be said from other aspects to work upon them. Yet the truths
    • such truths, even if the actual words are forgotten, not so much is
    • showed how a truth which was established occultly corresponds to what
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    • therefore good to make oneself familiar with the truths of spiritual
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    • compels one to recognize the truth of the script contained in these
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    • spiritually. This is the truth of it.
    • truth” must bear the fact that it is paradoxical.
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    • truth the world contains only matter, or only spirit, I have no
    • If he has become in truth a Pneumatist, then he may well grasp what I
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    • who wants to penetrate into the truth of the world, it is important
    • wants to come really to the truth, then one must try clearly to
    • Now in the actual field of human searching after truth it is
    • cannot show me the truth. How does Logicism help me to a
    • about truth would have to be able to represent the twelve shades of
    • together, that one arrives at the truth. And just as our intimate
    • the inner nature of truth if they remain one-sided. One must
    • experience in oneself the truth-value of the different
    • agreement with truth. Just as you can picture to yourselves the
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    • the spiritual world — i.e. into the world of truth, and not into the
    • to come to the sources of truth. And if at the beginning it might
    • on seeking. The worst enemies of truth are cosmic conceptions that
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    • In truth, thought is most completely our possession. If we can find
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    • truth the world contains only matter, or only spirit, I have no
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    • who wants to penetrate into the truth of the world, it is important
    • wants to come really to the truth, then one must try clearly to
    • Now in the actual field of human searching after truth it is
    • cannot show me the truth. How does Logicism help me to a
    • about truth would have to be able to represent the twelve shades of
    • together, that one arrives at the truth. And just as our intimate
    • the inner nature of truth if they remain one-sided. One must
    • experience in oneself the truth-value of the different
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    • the spiritual world — i.e. into the world of truth, and not into the
    • to come to the sources of truth. And if at the beginning it might
    • on seeking. The worst enemies of truth are cosmic conceptions that
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    • it is possible for anthroposophical truths derived from occultism to
    • remedies, and the truths given out by anthroposophy work
    • materialism and naturalism. These truths must be taken into the body
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    • on the fundamental truth of the principle. What is important is that
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    • thirty years is a kind of absolute truth which may, indeed, be
    • discern between right and wrong, truth and falsehood, good and evil.
    • within the limits of good or evil, right or wrong, truth or falsehood,
    • untruthful, the actions which proceed from untruthfulness will again
    • individual life for good or evil, truth and falsehood, the astral body
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    • truth the egotistical principle may be concealed behind it without our
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    • Here it is necessary to bear in mind the law, the truth — the
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    • We fall into untruth in our judgement of the external world and our
    • through a study of Anthroposophical truths. For this reason we insist
    • comprehend the truths of the spiritual worlds, only he can defend
    • which before had led them into the spiritual world. The truth of the
    • to be found only truth and no illusion. The more he becomes entangled
    • which binds us to the earth. This truth is connected with the fact
    • be produced. Occult records are always in accord with the truths which
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    • possession of the truths of Spiritual Science, that they have become
    • truths of Spiritual Science. With these truths that stream into life
    • achieve more than with external rational truths. When nothing can be
    • the truths of Spiritual Science, be able to bring impulses to bear
    • penetration of the etheric body by the rational soul. For the truths
    • possess truths and amass such knowledge as may become forces for the
    • etheric body. In external truths, though one may be learning an
    • In the case of a person who is affected by these truths to such an
    • truths of Egyptian astrology. In his reincarnation during that period
    • to the truth.
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    • absorbed some of the truths relating to the deeper foundations of
    • based on truth, are not right for five years only — as one doctor
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    • Anthroposophical truths just as we ourselves do today. We know that we
    • Anthroposophical truths. Let us endeavour to bring ourselves
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    • in Scenes Nine, Ten, and Thirteen would appear untruthful to the
    • in truth take flight; they do not come earlier into earthly
    • they have first fled away, until this soul mood has become a truth:
    • does not exist in worlds of radiant truth.
    • numerous, and if only anthroposophy could in very truth contribute
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    • have no protection against mistaking illusion for truth; when the
    • truths. He may tell people about all sorts of incarnations of this
    • can represent the truth of her development, as the rays of spiritual
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    • the truth: The objection we have just heard resembles very much what
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    • where the truth can be openly spoken in public) that when a student
    • place!” Yet that would be the truth. Libraries, great and
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    • metamorphosis but one can say, everything is everywhere. In truth,
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    • it is to behold it rightly and truthfully. To catch a few impressions
    • perception of the truth and the value of what he sees.
    • genuine, truthful self-knowledge. Nothing is actually so difficult in
    • to his own etheric body. Anthroposophy teaches the truth, that this
    • In truth, we would consider our movement especially
    • reality and truth of the spiritual life grow ever stronger through
    • devoted participation in the truth. And let us combine with it a
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    • already become acquainted through the elementary truths of occultism.
    • of truth is sought.
    • duchess, who at his death said: “A man full of light and truth
    • presents Anthroposophical truth in special form — namely, that
    • Christianity from out of the occult truths it contains. Anthroposophy
    • used to considering things in accordance with truth and then sees
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    • truths. The other side is that which presents itself to man when he
    • truth; and the countless other pictures that surround this one must
    • truth.
    • then ascend to reality of truth. It is necessary to go on striving
    • they are to become truths, the different visions of many persons
    • truth, who does not select what is right for him, and extinguish by
    • looks on everything as truth, who does not destroy a single vision
    • Truth and Science,
    • But we only get at the truth of the matter when we think of it in such a
    • spiritual or occult works which really spring from truth, truth about
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    • ruthlessness, stubborn egoism, that continuous stirring up of
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    • — well, unpleasant things belong to truth. In every case one
    • should find satisfaction in truth since even regarding the most
    • terrible truths one can experience a kind of feeling of upliftment. As
    • the same, because truth is always the same. The point is, however,
    • life that will lead us to accept truth in the form in which it must be
    • together in order to carry on a sacred service to truth in the
    • speak in the most open and candid manner of the whole content of truth
    • put into concise sentences embracing truths separately explained,
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    • a real spiritual observation of history, as we know. The truth is that
    • Copernican world conception in future, this truth is nevertheless
    • the departed. Nor, in truth, could anything else happen by this
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    • like to hear the truth but only blessedness, as it is often called.
    • to produce a mentality that considers truth to be found in sensory
    • more to the Christ and the West more to Jesus, there is this truth:
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    • truth in place of the former error. Earlier humanity believed all
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    • one of our friends made some quotations from the Bible. The truth of
    • sphere of truth. But we must become aware of what really exists.
    • the immorality of modern untruth in the right light, it will bring
    • truthfulness, and whatever they say is beyond the sphere of truth.
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    • the world war?” After conscientious scrutiny of the facts it was
    • this book would be nearer the truth than it is, and would then have
    • Michael-path. Only through this striving after spiritual truth is the
    • and to acknowledge at least with truth, that we want nothing that will
    • leave unnoticed the truth: “I am with you always, even unto the
    • this truth unnoticed because it is more comfortable to take the
    • spiritual interpretation of the Gospels, spreads abroad an untruthful
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    • something fraught with bitterness, for the seriousness of such a truth
    • taking in these great truths with the deep earnestness with which they
    • is to place them unreservedly in the light of truth. It must be
    • acknowledgment of the truth is lacking. We must not ever be under the
    • What is required of us is courageously to stand up for the truth as
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    • world's evolution; we are dealing in very truth with what the gods
    • “Threefold Social Organism”. You see what Spirit of truth
    • view. We must ask whether anyone who deals with truth as this man does
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    • shown these truths, which were threatening to disappear from their
    • not want to experience truth; they only want to experience that inner
    • mankind yielded to the inclination not to experience truth, but to
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    • is ever a decisive factor in judging the truth of a spiritual impulse
    • anthroposophy. Anthroposophy is in truth warm and ardent: it is the
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    • candle. When spiritual science reveals the truth by means of such
    • in our little earth cell; but it is obvious that truth cannot come to
    • have advanced to real truths concerning these things, men will be
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    • To one who can perceive this truth it is really
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    • becomes a truth, a deep truth to the imaginative observer, that what
    • must have something to rest on. For the truths which concern everyday
    • consciousness we demand proofs. The truths which relate to the spirit
    • Here we perceive two truths that mutually support each
    • other. It is always the case that we must first hear a truth, then
    • other things intervene, and then we hear the same truth again from a
    • truths of Anthroposophy support one another, as the heavenly bodies
    • ascend from the truths which are valid for ordinary consciousness to
    • those truths which are self-subsisting in the cosmos. And
    • So we must really bring together all the truths which
    • have been given out at different times, truths which really support
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    • incredible caricature of a truth, namely, the so-called law of the
    • When in the Mysteries of Ephesus this great truth was
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    • truth and quite another thing to be able to express it, to formulate
    • longer strictly true, it is truth wedged between all kinds of cliffs
    • sensations one must go through in order really to approach the truth,
    • truth which then leads into the secrets of the world. For even if the
    • Behold, I lack Truth,
    • second statue says itself expressly: “Behold, I lack Truth.”
    • longed for as truth. The pupils had indeed the feeling that on that
    • that, and that even such things as knowledge and truth present a
    • Phantasy, but what I am has no Truth. Thus the two statues confronted
    • the other that the images of Phantasy have no Truth.
    • truths or knowledge. The point is to give the experiences of the
    • stands in these sentences is not to be announced as a truth, but that
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    • outer world, and to say of this outer world as a permanent truth for
    • How Truth is enkindled
    • “I am Phantasy, but I lack Truth.” And the pupil had
    • The tendency of Phantasy to disregard truth, that very
    • not include truth but runs amok in arbitrary subjective pictures,
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    • inner truthfulness and honesty said: “Divine goodness which is
    • in its Cosmic truth. Thus there arose more and more not a Hibernian
    • existence, or truth, or attain to truth.
    • great, majestic spiritual truth. Only the Mystics preserve the
    • inner soul-life, for they are in very truth the last great Mysteries,
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    • truths expressed in the Mysteries of Hibernia had been, in a manner
    • I have just related is the truth and bears within it an impulse
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    • only been imprisoned in it. In truth, they are beings born of water,
    • truth, through all this that was revealed to him the pupil said out
    • was in truth not merely an external play of analogy that the sun was
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    • with truth, what a quartz crystal feels like, what a hair feels like,
    • could realize with truth how the Gods could be felt. For the sense of
    • ventures to say that man could assert with truth: “I know
    • same time, in truth, they spoke of the heavens.
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    • into the spiritual world in the Middle ages, no longer had, in truth,
    • character. That is such a real truth that one may say that those who
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    • represents the truth.” He claims his particular view to
    • but nevertheless it will reveal itself to us as a truth.
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    • nonetheless a truth, resulting indeed from modern science
    • leads you to recognize truths that can be perceived only
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    • false; mine, and mine alone, represents the truth. In short, my
    • to-day, but nevertheless it will reveal itself to us as a truth.
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    • acknowledge but which is none the less a truth, following indeed from
    • Science itself leads you to recognise truths which can be actually
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    • truth is that commodities are unevenly distributed. We want equal
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    • instinct for the truth, in order to gain fundamental facts of
    • truths in the knowledge gained at school.
    • technical field in order to recognize the truth of that theorem. We
    • accept the truths of the Pythagorean theorem through certain inner
    • themselves as truths to our consciousness by their inner nature. Our
    • own sense of truth will then enable us to apply these facts
    • take their own instinct for truth to aid them in forming their
    • people away from that feeling for truth. Hence, one finds over and
    • feeling for the truth, to understand what is the aim of such an
    • truth enabled them to understand well what was said. Then came the
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    • will hardly acknowledge the truth of the principle, because he has no
    • forgotten to apply this truth in social life. Gradually these
    • follow of itself, the truth is that each one must ask himself the
    • all adult persons. If we take the trouble to test the truth of these
    • transparent truths are overshadowed by modern life, and that it is
    • political and in cultural life? This is the truth which we must
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    • that the gossip about these things is the very opposite of the truth;
    • existence worthy of a human being, although, in truth, it brings
    • cultural untruth to tell them about the luxury art of the later
    • research, for the objective truth of their work. Thus it has happened
    • developed and applied to external social life, so that these truths
    • to build a superstructure of the truths of spiritual science on the
    • at a distance by the intellect, we are able to grasp the truth of
    • it is just those truths which are able to satisfy the demands —
    • which can easily be shown. They, indeed, prove the truth of my
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    • are often held to be human rights. But when scrutinized, they are
    • It is a truth which
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    • that the truth should prevail among us, a true unvarnished
    • New York.) is alone possible? Of a truth, this question can only be
    • subjective, and cannot be proved. Mathematical truths are also
    • individuals can confirm the truths of mathematics. Anyone acquainted
    • spiritual truth. It is truly hard for the spirit to gain a hearing;
    • practical life demands something quite different. The truth is that
    • ideals. People who cannot convince themselves of this truth only show
    • things is truth which they should courageously unite with reality.
    • Now one would like to know how this agrees with the truth. Can the
    • [The truth of this is to be found in the fact that
    • words to the truth of what they hear, they commonly misjudge things.
    • pleasure and gratification. Very good! But let us look at the truth!
    • himself to the most absolute truth in the world of the senses; he
    • that the spirit must come. The truth must be proclaimed that the
    • can only be found on the path of truth. It is no excuse, or, rather,
    • hold to be the truth, and what we think is likely to bear fruit, and
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    • he is economically responsible as a spiritual creator. Truth to tell,
    • division of Labour, we must recognise this truth: The quotient of the
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    • value of land in the sense of present-day Economics is in real truth
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    • which is in truth a threefold order — a Dreigliederung
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    • followed up and the truth of which I can vouch for purely as a matter
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    • do actually arrive at the truth? You can understand it best by analogy
    • judgments working in reality. In deed and truth, between our
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    • investigation into valuable economic truths — valuable both in
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    • truth the Labour which it will save me. Thus on the one side of the
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    • Truth, and from the real life of Rights — Rights
    • namely the genuine Practice of life. Out of the word of Truth
    • routine. We shall not escape from the threefold untruth of
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    • solemn truths.
    • initiation truths that were handed down from past epochs were no
    • initiation, the genuine initiation truths of earlier times have been
    • modern times, have been debarred from the sacred truths of olden
    • times because Rome was unable to understand these truths. As we know,
    • strictly to truth when we say that the initiates of olden times
    • have lost sight of this truth and are apt to regard the statement of
    • truth is met with ridicule and even scorn. Remember what I said at
    • recognition of broad and general truths, but should bring these
    • truths right into the everyday world of humanity, and let them come
    • truths of initiation science have in them the vigour of life and can
    • Ahrimanic powers are very strong. The truth to which we would
    • truthfully, even if in the way it is put forward it should often meet
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    • truths which will be known to you as anthroposophists. You are no
    • it is a mere semblance; so is the heart. In truth, our lung is but a
    • putting the body together. Truth is, it only seems as if man came
    • Truth
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    • enticement to evil to which man is exposed during sleep is, in truth,
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    • be borrowed from human relationships, the truth will be presented in
    • for him can nevertheless be truthfully described as good.
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    • Science tells of, for pictures of these spiritual truths can be
    • man and given over to destruction? Truth is: When man is born and has
    • truths. Yet all the time, in his inmost heart he may not be averse to
    • you were on the Earth. Every untruth which a man uttered shines at
    • body, hindered or helped according as we lied or told the truth. And
    • deed and truth, strange as it may seem from an earthly standpoint. We
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    • solemn truths.
    • initiation truths that were handed down from past epochs were no
    • initiation, the genuine initiation truths of earlier times have been
    • modern times, have been debarred from the sacred truths of olden
    • times because Rome was unable to understand these truths. As we know,
    • strictly to truth when we say that the initiates of olden times
    • have lost sight of this truth and are apt to regard the statement of
    • truth is met with ridicule and even scorn. Remember what I said at
    • recognition of broad and general truths, but should bring these
    • truths right into the everyday world of humanity, and let them come
    • truths of initiation science have in them the vigour of life and can
    • Ahrimanic powers are very strong. The truth to which we would
    • truthfully, even if in the way it is put forward it should often meet
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    • truths which will be known to you as anthroposophists. You are no
    • it is a mere semblance; so is the heart. In truth, our lung is but a
    • putting the body together. Truth is, it only seems as if man came
    • Truth
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    • enticement to evil to which man is exposed during sleep is, in truth,
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    • be borrowed from human relationships, the truth will be presented in
    • for him can nevertheless be truthfully described as good.
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    • Science tells of, for pictures of these spiritual truths can be
    • man and given over to destruction? Truth is: When man is born and has
    • truths. Yet all the time, in his inmost heart he may not be averse to
    • you were on the Earth. Every untruth which a man uttered shines at
    • body, hindered or helped according as we lied or told the truth. And
    • deed and truth, strange as it may seem from an earthly standpoint. We
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    • of knowledge of the truth, like something that the soul still knew
    • distinctly but that had only the effect of knowledge, of truth. To be
    • expressed what was indeed the truth in that period, he might have
    • taking up anthroposophical truths. Should they fail to do this, they
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    • higher spiritual truths. At the same time, we must not think that
    • What we call preparation for the attainment of higher truths should
    • from the more general truths, which we are already in a position to
    • in this case that such truths will be received with corresponding
    • accept the abstract truth of reincarnation, yet such an abstract
    • truth basically can help us little in life. Truths acquire a
    • life. For this reason, the abstract truth of reincarnation acquires
    • anthroposophical truths with our innermost life? We shall see that
    • self, through the sense for truth inherent in ordinary
    • begin already to experience the truth of this expression, “Lo,
    • to be so powerful that even such a truth will be interpreted in a
    • itself into reality. This truth will be interpreted as a return of
    • we are curious to know all kinds of truths but because we know that
    • these truths must be used for the salvation and gradual perfecting of
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    • have seen the truth in the physical world rather than illusion. It is
    • should tear away the veil that covers the truth and, through
    • purifying himself, see again the truth he himself had covered. In
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    • have truths but to add something to them. Be conscious, my dear
    • true. With a truth, however, the point is not merely to possess it as
    • a truth but to know the importance of it in the explanation of
    • existence as a whole. A seemingly quite ordinary, everyday truth may
    • A certain familiar truth, known to everyone, becomes
    • real importance is only understood: the truth that man is the only
    • into the relative weight of a truth! We must feel the importance of
    • development. For one who studies the truth of things, however, there
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    • and truth about the Christ event.
    • teaching according to which Christ in our century will become truth
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    • truths could be spoken of tonight. Our souls, however, should not be
    • satisfied merely with the expression of such truths in words but
    • must become wiser through truth, but one must also speak ever more
    • courageously of the truth, as of a spiritual blood that we wish to
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    • the communication of spiritual truths has always taken place, but in
    • so easily satisfied when they can assert the truth of something. For
    • that something is true than that this truth is also important. Much,
    • could be no objection; yet there are truths that are much, much more
    • important. There is, for example, the truth everyone can observe, a
    • cosmic event. This is the truth that man is the only being who walks
    • continuation of the earth's radius. That this truth is of importance
    • In general, people will swear to a truth if it comes to
    • truth appears to them as illusion. In all theosophical books one
    • theosophist knows this as truth and often repeats it. To say that the
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    • deeper scrutiny one realizes that in the ordinary waking condition of
    • self-knowledge, the more you will find confirmation of the truth of
    • alert to this or that. The truth is that Christ has come to him,
    • through Oriental mysticism. A wonderful picture in very truth: that
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture X: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 1
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    • serious, significant truth.
    • exploit this truth in a terrible way. There are misguided
    • familiar history. One of the truths with which you are most likely
    • show us the truth of these things. One must only be sure not to
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    • truths. Opposed to them, with various shadings in between, are
    • the middle of the nineteenth century, certain truths must be revealed
    • those truths whose revelation is most necessary. In addition to these
    • certain spiritual truths to humanity saw themselves as being beaten
    • would then be possible, they believed, to impart to man higher truths
    • communication of truths or, if I may express it trivially, the
    • lecturing about truths, is most important. After that, people should
    • the lecture, the communication of truths; the rest should follow in
    • the truth so that they may guide themselves accordingly.
    • impulse will then be applied to the esoteric truths that will come in
    • esoteric truths, but its application would lead to great
    • experimentation with human beings. When esoteric truths are added to
    • to point to the three or four great truths to which the fifth
    • truths can be misused if they are not applied in the sense of the
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    • definite spiritual scientific truths must now be spoken of among us.
    • dreams. Passions, emotions, feelings are in truth only dreamt; they
    • They speak half-truths; they do not have the courage for the whole
    • truth. What one must perceive is that it is impossible to speak about
    • This must not remain merely an abstract truth, merely a
    • conceptual truth, or perhaps just a “Sunday truth,” to be
    • movement that needs to be hidden, if one speaks the truth.
    • the reality, the truth. In order that the truth may be established,
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    • superficial one, that humanity is a single whole, it is also a truth
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    • that it is in very deed and truth Beings who thus press their
    • one resists it. One places before men the truth of the matter, as
    • describing to you were fundamental truths for the mediaeval
    • things were understood. And in connection with the great truths of
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    • union with the spiritual world — one may truthfully say, for a
    • speech a microcosm. That which man utters in speech is in truth the
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    • in very truth dependent on the other.
    • in character, theological too and medical. The truth is that Raimund
    • in the destinies of men. He knows that; it is for him a truth. And
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    • There was in very truth
    • being able to span the truth; we have therefore to speak in pictures,
    • has on Earth only a temporary resting place. He is in truth,
    • on the Earth, he would have been in very truth the Fourth Hierarchy.
    • of old spiritual truths. We have therewith a hardening, ossifying
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    • the pupil attained then in very truth to this further experience,
    • recognise, a deep truth: —
    • external anatomy, but a deeply spiritual truth was indicated. It was
    • something that is in truth more akin to the whole Western outlook
    • the exact spot is defined.) But in truth this concentration is a
    • coming of the Michael Age gives the possibility for these truths to
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    • learn here on the Earth, for in truth the times have changed.
    • were, dreaming the higher truth of that which Science
    • — as a black art. For in truth, nothing hinders one more from
    • which I spoke yesterday, where in truth a Guardian is standing. We
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    • the centre of our considerations; a picture which is in truth a deep
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    • here on the Earth, for in truth the times have changed.
    • conditions, and, as it were, dreaming the higher truth of that which
    • art. For in truth, nothing hinders one more from reading in the
    • which I spoke yesterday, where in truth a Guardian is standing. We
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    • perception for intuitive truth. Michael does not work so much for the
    • inspired truth. For that is the will of those who stand behind
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    • truth is the real Christ to be sought and found; otherwise it would be
    • Christmas trees, and to acknowledge at least with truth, that we want
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    • and edited by Ruth Pusch. The February 6, 1913 lecture was translated
    • from the original German by Ruth Pusch; the December 1908 lecture was
    • his scrutiny when he wanted to reveal one of the most profound
    • comprehensive truth of all mankind. It is not about some special
    • truth, our soul is full of dreams all the time, even though we don't
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    • and edited by Ruth Pusch. The February 6, 1913 lecture was translated
    • from the original German by Ruth Pusch; the December 1908 lecture was
    • an evil bluebottle fly. The truth lying at the bottom of all this is
    • this if it is going to be possible for him to discern the truth. And
    • spiritual truth and that we attain the truth when we break the spell,
    • the real truth. In this way they have been inscribed in our
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    • — were instructed in the corresponding truths through the sacred
    • hand the very opposite was shown to be the essential truth for man
    • for the spiritual world. To unveil the truth about death was the
    • This truth, deeply united with the whole destiny of man, was really
    • of Golgotha in which the same truth is contained — should take
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    • truth: The Moon forces contain the formative principle of the
    • His abode in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. This is the truth
    • the Act of initiation. For Initiation was in truth an Easter Festival.
    • it was the very first requirement. The candidate must in all truth,
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    • truth as this in different ages.
    • revealed in time to come. In very truth the time will come when man
    • deepest truth and this deep truth is expressed in simple words when we
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    • soul felt the need to portray something that in truth can be
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    • the impression that will rise up from within them of the truth of
    • my essay “Truth and Science.” The belief that in the
    • sustained by different forms of nourishment. If we grasp this truth
    • brief words, this is the truth that can inspire us as a source of
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    • the actual reality, the actual truth in the universe? In such
    • inner truth. Of this inner truth it can be said: What the
    • is present in all truth; but men can alienate themselves from it.
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    • in truth he draws the water from the entire water mass of the earth,
    • indefiniteness. The Greeks still had a clear sense for the truth that
    • this truth energetically is the task of anthroposophical spiritual science.
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    • because man has, in truth, no right to the self-satisfaction which would
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    • the truth that religious life leads far beyond the facts observable
    • And if we scrutinize the matter, we might say: if only Schiller had
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    • In truth, what
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    • from this truth, let us consider one of the arts: painting. Recently
    • however, properly and artistically take hold of these truths if we stop
    • look at how the genius of language reflects this truth. Tugend
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    • artist; a truth discovered by anthroposophical cognition at a certain
    • super-sensible. We can perceive this truth in any work of art which
    • In truth we cannot imagine the plants in a living way without the green.
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    • speak and think truthfully. So if anyone asks you how to become a
    • and it would be considered brutal to try and keep his feet small
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    • The "higher truths" in fairy tales and myths. How the teacher can
    • with the loss of his first teeth. For in truth, what we call heredity
    • beauty. In truth it is horribly ugly because it is so inartistic.
    • truth he really feels himself within the whole world. He feels that
    • truth in imaginative pictures. And then our handling of these fairy
    • over to him and carry truth with them; truth will then flow from
    • teacher to child, whereas it is so often untruth that passes between
    • them. Untruth at once holds sway if the teacher says: the child is
    • He must be drawn to truth, goodness and beauty simply because he is
    • sincerity and truth, then much will be gained. The child will retain
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    • significance, for in truth man is permeated with soul and spirit in
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    • untruth. What does drawing mean? It means representing something by
    • bring lines into it, and form a face from them, is really an untruth:
    • that. If lines were drawn here, it would be an untruth.
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    • the kernel of truth in his work. But we need not stop short at the
    • this truth as a significant educational rule of medicine. They said:
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    • this truth, as we shall see) to prove, that only the processes proper
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    • us to many results. We must reconquer these truths ourselves. And in
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    • in truth a manifestation of the whole earth's interaction with the
    • as a unity, whereas in truth they should be considered in the in the
    • a truth that is quite general; though its statement is apt to be
    • rhythmically within the limits of the body. But in truth, man with his
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    • is a certain truth in the axiom “Like is cured by like.” But it may
    • organism as an aggregate of cells. Whereas, in truth, man is a whole
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    • mystical view and to approach the concrete grasp of spiritual truth,
    • Here is the same truth revealed by another approach. In thought we
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    • from scientists upon whom these truths dawn: “The old mythologies have
    • shock and surprise; but the remark has its deep core of truth.
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    • the whole extra-human world. For on the other hand, observe this truth
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    • the plant in very truth contains both the physical and etheric bodies
    • of man which you can acquire in no other way. For in very truth man
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    • from the standpoint of diagnosis, there is some truth in
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    • the truth is very different: the spirit works in all these things —
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    • the truth is, that the influence of heredity has to be reckoned with
    • individual body — and this body alone can truthfully be called
    • body he bears from the seventh year onward. This truth we must master
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    • in the cosmic ether in their full validity and truth.
    • some truth, when it is a question of applying esoteric knowledge in
    • practical life. For this reason the circles within which these truths
    • that has been given. We must know the truth, and then try to act
    • close to the sphere of ethics? Could not these truths be applied also
    • definitely sets itself the task of seeing that the truths are applied
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    • the thought system. Of the thought system we can say with truth that
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    • to a full stop. The truth is that up to now his astral body has not
    • good results are simply not noticed. The truth is, however, that many
    • crutches, because his body could not carry his head. The whole
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    • day. Enthusiasm in experience of truth required. Curative Eurythmy
    • seriously to bring to life within them a certain truth. Let me
    • please do not think I mean just persuading yourself of this truth
    • evening, but in the morning the truth of it comes to light. And in
    • esoterically honest and tell me the truth, you three: what did you
    • is what you need — enthusiasm in the experience of truth.
    • deep inner joy in the truth! There is nothing in the world more
    • delightful, nothing more fascinating, than the experience of truth.
    • living inner experience of truth.
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    • observation of the human race lead us to perceive this truth —
    • The truth is that the root of the plant has grown into the soil in
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    • it in its truth, who cannot grasp it from its spiritual aspect.
    • truth in this direction during the war), I repeatedly pointed
    • fighting. In truth: one may say that at every point in all that
    • We must start from this important truth: that we
    • Works' Councils Bill, which is in all truth wide enough of
  • 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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    • all remember that our perceptions and sensibilities for truth
    • do not merely believe but perceive as truths that are
    • scrutinize the reincarnation of the initiates and then apply
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture II: Christianity in Human Evolution: Leading Individualities and Avatar Beings
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    • truths is undergoing a metamorphosis, so that gradually we
    • rise to ever higher truths. It is therefore correct to
    • present general cosmic truths in their initial stage in as
    • simple ABC's to the higher truths, because you will
    • agree that through these higher truths we gradually attain
    • grounded in deeper truths. Those who are able to conduct
    • era, who said: “Why do I believe in the truths of
    • the immediate certainty of holy truths was alive. Such people
    • mystery truths. Thus arose the strange science that attempted
    • knowledge of the truth. Discussion begins only when there is
    • Christianity with his physical ability to cognize truth,
    • Ages with his astral capacity to cognize truth. Then
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    • arrive at one of the chapters of human evolution, the truth
    • extract is only the elementary truth, which must be modified
    • endeavor to awaken in his people a realization of this truth,
    • them, we gradually realize the truth of what occultism is
    • “I would not believe in the truth of the Gospels if the
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    • with such a clear image of the great truths they practiced
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    • hold of the truth,” and that of the etheric body he
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    • because anthroposophy must above all be truth in our hearts,
    • and truth is sincerity. Anthroposophy, therefore, must be
    • is why we see today a longing for spiritual scientific truths
    • anthroposophic truths on territory heretofore reserved for
    • anthroposophical truth is proclaimed and where the spiritual
    • way to the etheric body, he realized the great truths that we
    • individuals to proclaim the great truths of Christianity in
    • force of the Masters of Truth and of the Harmony of Feelings
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    • manifestations of Easter were a symbol of the truths that
    • became convinced of this truth in ancient times, the
    • intellect. No, these truths can be approached and ultimately
    • process can we grasp the great truths with the zeal and full
    • today's humanity, two closely related truths shine as
    • mystery, of a truth that answers this question: What in the
    • really the truth! Although our thoughts take place within
    • profound wisdom. They are not invented legends, but a truth
    • around this truth. Let us ask what kind of an impulse mankind
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    • learned the great truth of being liberated from suffering
    • Golgotha, how does the soul perceive the great truth of the
    • misery of life after this event? How is this former truth
    • people in the West a part of the lofty mystery truths.
    • understand that the certainty and the truth of the life
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    • of its truths. Judging Spiritual Science by its outward
    • far as other less ambitious truths are concerned, such as the
    • Those who have a feeling for these great truths should hurry
    • to us and absorb the truths so that they can be salt and
    • beings the sublime truths about suffering, and he brought to
    • world is profound and truth is complicated!
    • feel the truths of Spiritual Science and will make them the
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    • permit me to speak more intimately of such truths. I shall
    • truth, for occult investigation can and must flow directly
    • venerated in the mysteries as the highest and holiest truths.
    • searched for truth could find both religion and wisdom in the
    • powerful visions and truths of evolution through inspiration
    • want to speak about that which is the highest truth to me in
    • disciple he imparted truths that one can know through the
    • king in the world of shadows,” was accepted as truth.
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    • exist between falling asleep and waking? The simplest truths are in
    • laws of Nature and truths valid for the Earth, and build them into a
    • The force of gravity decreases, but so does truth. What was true for
    • that earthly gravity holds good throughout the Cosmos. The truths that
    • discussed this sort of truth among anthroposophists and what I am
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    • often have to recall an anecdote supposed to be based on truth which
    • understanding required for the use of spiritual truths alongside the
    • fear that they are on the way to losing touch with truth. We can see
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    • difficult to do so because spiritual truths really can be better given
    • particularly to the more intimate spiritual truths. Although it has
    • been necessary for me to allow intimate spiritual truths to be written
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    • profound truth. Suppose that a man is well advanced in years; it would
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    • seeing is not a reality. I have put a lie in place of the truth!”
    • but it is precisely the truth.
    • this counter-image of the truth to receive the impulse toward the
    • truth, then the force will be developed which can be symbolically
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    • it is typical. For again and again you will find that truths which
    • tracks on it — here, parallel ruts, and here again, marks like the
    • together so as to form ruts, whilst at other places it has been sucked
    • Such a conclusion is of course a crudely mistaken one, the truth being
    • that a wagon has passed and made the two ruts with the wheels, and a
    • The truth is, the whole form of man has been put together by forces
    • The truth is, my dear friends, we have here touched the very heart and
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    • Being’s truth.
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    • Figge that yeeldes most pleasante frute, his
    • Brute beauty and
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    • There is certainly some truth in all this. But,
    • for the veiled image of Truth. His soul trembles with longing,
    • more intimately the longing of man for truth – hard to link
    • spheres of truth with what he lives through in his most direct,
    • died, was able in inward truth of soul to live with her and to feel
    • after truth, striving after beauty and religious ardour. Only if we
    • Novalis’s soul: man has felt that in the image of Isis truth
    • veil of truth: but the soul must first become immediately aware of
    • himself may, in the sense of Novalis, lift the veil of truth. It is
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    • ritornello or a rondeau, for instance. This does not in truth make
    • his first Iphigeneia to be a personal truth: he forged his
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    • bounty and his truth the motives were,
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    • truth.
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    • Ask all those who know something of the truth about
    • Adepts, this is a truth that cannot be disputed by anyone who knows
    • for the life of truth, if he asks what Power can satisfy this
    • truth, and not a lie about myself, then in my own soul I must realise
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    • expression to the highest truths that man has to grope for —
    • certain modesty with regard to the highest truths. If we have the
    • the deepest truths of human evolution will in a comparatively short
    • the truths which since the nineteenth and the beginning of the
    • investigations can be made concerning the deepest truths of
    • error, quite certainly to a distortion of the truth. Anyone who says
    • truths. I will wait patiently until further truths flow to me.’
    • towards these truths than there was perhaps twenty years ago. This
    • in order to allow truths to enter into us in their right form. This
    • really done only to open our eyes, not in order to seize the truths,
    • true, of that I cannot speak; the acknowledgement of this truth lies
    • leads him to acquire knowledge of certain fundamental truths
    • concerning the world. These fundamental truths are such that to the
    • If the highest truths, i.e. those accessible to an Initiate, were to
    • truths, they would be in the highest degree dangerous for him. Even
    • if the purest, the highest, truth concerning the world were set
    • anyone today who is in possession of the highest truths knows that it
    • highest mysteries of the world. The highest truths cannot be so
    • them. The way in which the highest truths are imparted is quite
    • the truths to be born from out of his own soul.
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    • it because ‘the truth must be simple’. In the last resort
    • human evolution we must learn the occult truth that this Ego, of
    • remember one thing: the kernel of the four great truths of Buddha is
    • salvation for men is expressed in the four great holy truths of
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    • complicated; the truth must be brought directly to each person in the
    • Christianity in words of truth: ‘Children, love one another.’
    • essence of Christianity and of all truth for men. Before the Apostle
    • them to the simplest truths of daily life.
    • very simplest spiritual-scientific truths, we know that man consists
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    • earthly men, the physical body is in truth a reflecting apparatus.
    • So there is truth in
    • quite another way: we should then know in truth what we are. As
    • over from one incarnation to another. The truth is that man, in the
    • upon our souls what is in very truth the Pauline teaching, we come to
    • Events of Palestine, a truth was proclaimed: ‘Everything that
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    • man’. (Luke II:52). In truth this passage stands as follows
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    • oneself to becoming acquainted with cosmic secrets and cosmic truths
    • gradually. Anyone who is not prepared to wait for the relevant truths
    • only as ‘half truths’. Anyone who has patience to
    • higher truths will be brought to light from out of Spiritual Science
    • live with them. And in the next three thousand years the truth that
    • need to know. Then we shall be more and more permeated with the truth
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    • the significance of Christ. The Christ-Power is there in very truth —
    • self-conscious freedom. Lucifer is in very truth present in the being
    • very truth — the faculty of being able to see in that world must be
    • is only one truth. And what is our reply to be when we are asked: If
    • truths; in so far as they are positive truths we acknowledge them all.
    • truths.
    • esoteric truths as stated by you who are eastern esotericists! — But
    • knows that it is a truth! We do not refute what is said about the
    • Thüringen. We deny no single truth of oriental esotericism. Therefore
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    • to man and is a spirit of untruth, deception and illusion.
    • the spirit those figures who were in truth spiritual Beings of a
    • answer will be “Yes!” And yet the truth is that in regard to such
    • are in no way imbued with the Faustian striving for truth but prompted
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    • comprehensible to everybody, must contain the truth, and there is a
    • little service to truth. Anyone who holds this view will be incapable
    • against the justness of the saying that truth must be made known in
    • simple words, for one who would proclaim truth must find ways to speak
    • thought of the first Christians. He was in very truth a unique
    • truth was taught and revealed.” But one thing has become reality
    • cosmic truths within the hidden crypts of the Mystery-Centers, could
    • Root Race was outlined. The teachings and commandments, the truths
    • reality: I am the Way, the Truth and the Life. The Christian Initiate
    • proclaim truths but in his very life He made manifest the Word. For
    • truths of the higher world are announced to him. It is the Mystical
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    • historic truth. In this respect, therefore, Theosophy is in agreement
    • to their heights. This gives the esotericist a feeling of the truth of
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    • science and art as two aspects of one and the same truth. This he could
    • truth of this line of thought be recognized by science and men are
    • through Inspiration it will be known in truth that the Christ was the
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    • entirely forgotten. What I have told you is, nevertheless, the truth,
    • Gymnast was as convinced as the man of the ancient East of the truth
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    • all-embracing truth in regard to education can be learned from the
    • of the men. This in itself is the reinforcement of a truth of
    • This truth
    • consequences of this truth, all education must necessarily be more or
    • — and this is the amazing thing — knew of this truth. To
    • value on such truths, for the child is usually required to go to
    • value on this truth that he based all education upon it. For all that
    • upon this same truth.
    • Orientals. For this spiritual life actually existed. A truth such as
    • that of the part played in human life by the seventh year, a truth
    • is very far from understanding it.) It was one of the mighty truths
    • the truth is that direct spiritual knowledge and revelation came to
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    • decades of life, is an anthroposophical truth of great significance,
    • a truth of which people to-day are wholly unconscious. And yet all
    • state this truth quite frankly, because to utter it seems almost like
    • with all due respect. Truth, however, cannot be concealed; it must be
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    • spoke words of great truth v/hen he said that in the first three
    • child is one great sense-organ. The scope of this truth is not
    • words if the whole truth is to be expressed.
    • Science knows only a fragment of the process, for the truth is this:
    • strongest tendencies to untruthfulness in after life are generated during
    • element of truth in speech is taken into the whole bodily organism. A
    • child whose teachers are filled with inner truthfulness will, as he
    • carbonic acid. Truth or untruth in those around us while we are
    • common and untruthful influences brought to the child is the use of
    • power of speech we must be absolutely truthful; and since the child
    • learning to walk, truthfulness while he learns to speak, clarity and
    • organs develop after the models of love, truth and clarity in the
    • disturbances may arise from untruthful actions during the time at
    • level, if we model our words falsely, we bring an untruthful
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    • also leads us by ways of truth to the spirit that creates the body.
    • of course) we have been able to accept a truth not because we see its
    • of school life we have learnt to adopt his standard of truth, beauty
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    • suited to the age of the child we must begin to disclose a truth of which
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    • point of view. The truth is that at puberty the human being opens out
    • truth of these things!
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    • reality. There is some truth in it, too, because a real
    • what I have just said and realising its truth, can one reach
    • Nevertheless it is the truth. It is possible to study how the
    • those times a divine truth, a moral goodness and a
    • educate the child out of a knowledge that he is in truth a
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    • than the urgent desire for truth. It is therefore of real
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    • can be said with truth that what our schools are able to
    • very important truth, but we know it as an abstraction.
    • should acquire some sort of ready-made truth was of lesser
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    • time. And the following may in truth be said: At the turning
    • take on a different manifestation from the old Mystery Truths,
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    • in which it appears in legend is quite false; the truth is that
    • This truth must be kept in view quite particularly by the
    • course, be guilty of introducing the blatant untruth that you
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    • contiguity of the colours and I express a truth. In this way
    • That is a very fundamental truth. Nothing should therefore be
    • [Inneres Wesen des deuschen und Leben zwischen Tod und neuer Gebrut,
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    • upon this simple truth of the value of revealing meanings, so
    • absorb truths for his teaching which are rather
    • others, such truths as I have just mentioned. Life itself, to a
    • certain degree every teacher must know truths which he cannot
    • confused in normal progress, if it had access to such truths
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    • witnesses and that people speak the truth more and more. But to
    • relate the truth about external physical facts. In this field,
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    • individual who never strikes a bargain with untruth. The
    • make a compromise with untruth, otherwise we should see
    • stamp of truth if we are ourselves unfailingly intent on
    • aspiring to truth.
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    • it has discovered a truth when it talks of sensory and motor nerves,
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    • Truth and Science.
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    • Truth and Science,
    • Truth and Science,
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    • Indeed it is no easy matter to state the truth about physiology and
    • world on its head.” The truth is that the world is already
    • thinking are the nerves, and especially the brain. The truth is that
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    • We never arrive at the truth — as I have often said to you on
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    • This is no mere picture, it is a profound scientific truth that the
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    • themselves with truth instead of falsehood. They were afraid to move
    • just spoken, the teacher must have courage for the truth. Without this
    • courage for the truth he will find that his will in teaching will not
    • courage for the truth which the teacher develops must go hand in hand
    • with a feeling of responsibility towards the truth.
    • The need for imagination, a sense of truth, a feeling of
    • Have courage for the truth,
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    • say, not intellectual. Now spiritual truths behave in a different
    • manner from intellectual truths. What one perceives intellectually,
    • Spiritual truths are not ready when the logic is ready. It is in the
    • nature of spiritual truths that they must be carried with a man on his
    • truths about the nature of man in the form in which they came to me
    • world. Why? Because it is necessary to contemplate such truths at
    • different periods of life. The spiritual truths conceived when one was
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    • that many tears would be shed if this had to be done. The truth is
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    • everything according to their heads believe this. Truths are often
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    • Now all these theories do actually contain a certain element of truth.
    • or an eighth, or a sixteenth, or a hundredth part of the truth; and it
    • is this fraction of the truth, put forward as it is in a very clever
    • and suggestive manner which deceives people. The real truth is that
    • The truth is that speech itself arises out of those movements of the
    • Thus you can see how, in very truth, Eurythmy is drawn out of the
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    • and thinks — and knows nothing. The truth is finally this: that if
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    • truths hitherto kept in the more unconscious region of the human soul,
    • deeper scrutiny of things which at first sight seem to have nothing to
    • and the other of which I spoke previously. Closer scrutiny reveals
    • scrutinising what, exactly, it was proposed to prevent, against what,
    • 1841 was, in truth, the critical year in respect of the onset of the
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    • following: When a man has become convinced of the truth of the idea of
    • Christ, the truth is that what they say has only to do with the
    • others a Godhead who is common to them all. The truth is that the
    • truth of what I have just said does not occur to them.
    • right attitude vis-ā-vis the spiritual truths, they want to
    • spiritual truths to bring.
    • led along the right paths by the assimilation of the spiritual truths;
    • kind, desiring to prevent these truths from finding their way to men,
    • certain truths which have matured in our time — truths which must
    • the ripened truths which are to fall from the spiritual world. Above
    • they regard as knowledge. This will seem a strange truth to the modern
    • conception of the world, believing the only possible truth to be that
    • There is one truth that stands out strongly when the eyes of the soul
    • This is a truth that was destined, after the great changes in the
    • ripened truth: The soul is what it thinks itself to be. At the time
    • truth: The soul is what it thinks itself to be, at that time Spirits
    • real power; it is an untruth. When those left behind think that the
    • books — it is not an esoteric truth at all — that such an
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    • The analogy will serve at the same time to point the truth of what
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    • science will not necessarily take a statement to be the truth simply
    • The truth is that
    • about the truth of their contents on the strength of our own
    • of the truth because we ourselves are able to recognize the truth.
    • mind will be revealed as truth in the light of spiritual
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    • representations of Christian truths and what art has acquired from
    • these truths, we find that although much is derived from the other
    • Jesus and Jesus of Nazareth. The whole complicated range of truth
    • an aspect of the Christian truths that may seem not to tally exactly
    • be, first to show how the separate currents of truth have developed
    • and I was naturally unable to indicate more than part of the truth in
    • unusual aspect of Christian truths.
    • the harmony between the single truths.
    • recognize this or that truth by means of my intelligence and my
    • — A profound truth is expressed here. It would lead too far for
    • ‘Bodhi-tree’ the great Truths that can flash up in a man when,
    • proclaimed as the Four Truths and the doctrine of compassion and
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    • acquired as an apparent truth, not as the result of objective thinking,
    • ‘Enlightened One’ had experienced it as a profound truth
    • sensed a certain truth connected with the nature of a Being such as a
    • it was customary to express such a truth in the form of a fairy-tale
    • expresses the great truth of the Bodhisattva becoming Buddha and
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    • humanity truths that were gradually to arise in humanity itself. He
    • of the truth presented in the Gospel of St. Matthew and the other
    • truth is complex. We know now who was born from the priestly line of
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    • is a profound truth. The light formed the eye out of neutral organs once
    • truth substantiated again and again in the world. Stature, the outer
    • Mary, but to Joseph, the father. Truths of immense profundity lie
    • happens, people say that truth should be simple, this is due to
    • the greatest truths can be apprehended only when the spiritual
    • to demand that the greatest truths should also be the simplest!
    • Truth is inevitably complicated, and the most strenuous efforts must
    • be made if it is desired to acquire some understanding of the truths
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    • truths through his own contemplation and deepened life of feeling.
    • outside. Thus it might with truth be said that the Buddha, in his
    • before our era were in truth ‘God's words’, and the actions
    • The truth is that what was once alive in the seed now blossoms in the
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    • spiritual truths into their souls. These spiritual truths will
    • spiritual heights as a world-conception, as a number of truths
    • living wisdom, living truth. The spiritual will then be so
    • physical and material. Those who are interested in the truths of
    • satisfaction from these truths — such men will be the forerunners
    • in our own time to present great truths relating to happenings such
    • The great truths can
    • bestow upon us no greater boon than this. The ‘lesser’ truths
    • will satisfy our longing for knowledge; the ‘great’ truths
    • truths, but they do not become part of its very substance and being.
    • understanding the words of spiritual truth, everything else in the
    • willingly assimilate the truths of spiritual science were it not for
    • allow the spiritual truths to unfold in freedom, in the manner of the
    • Anthroposophy as living truth, who receive it into their souls as
    • pioneers of the strength with which spiritual truths will work in
    • any external means to believe in the truth and the power of spiritual
    • wisdom and become firmly convinced of its truth. However much
    • human beings can be communicated. If certain deeper truths were
    • truths can be unveiled only very gradually, but this will be done in
    • of men. This truth had to be revealed but it was only through the
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    • that you are presenting the truths of Christianity in a form suitable
    • desired, ‘Untruth’ — something that does not tally with
    • the only source from which truth about the Gospels can be derived.
    • truth.
    • wished to confine truth to Moses and the Prophets — against
    • the words in which the momentous truths are clothed, they are seen in
    • words which give expression to a deep truth of Christianity. It is
    • All these truths are
    • a truth expressed in occultism by saying: The Bodhisattvas who become
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    • to impart the absolute truth in abstract form, because men at
    • discover these truths through their own insight. It would not have
    • shall always appear on Earth individuals able to bring the truth that
    • approaching a very subtle truth. To anyone conversant with modern
    • found to contain physiological truths of far greater significance
    • of one of the very deepest physiological truths. Profound indeed is
    • truth differing from any hitherto proclaimed, because it is connected
    • cannot be convinced in the old way of the new truth that has now
    • come; for what could be proof of truth in the old form could not
    • bring conviction of the new. The old truth was presented in
    • truth there are some among you who are able to see the kingdom of
    • follows: "But I tell you of a truth, there be some standing here,
    • (But I tell you of a trutLuke IX, 27.)
    • the Event of Golgotha as being what in very truth it was: the old
    • Thus do the truths of
    • Faith and Hope, as well as the truth of Love, resound from the Cross
    • the truths of spiritual science can develop in them men come to feel
    • deeply into these truths and your souls will be better and better
    • the truth, for bringing to light the treasures of the spiritual life
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    • is a peculiar book: great truths side by side with
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    • truths of revelation. But he had done that precisely to gain access
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    • How were these truths presented to humanity prior to the existence
    • education cannot be used to prove Christian truths. So from childhood
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    • the powerful impulses to untruth which are accepted as true, I have
    • above all, greater truthfulness in every respect. And in our present
    • truthfulness and seriousness. It related in a certain sense to the
    • not telling the truth. That is something which can be discussed. But
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    • in the ancient Mysteries, too, the quest for truth and reality had
    • of Maya, but press on to the truth of the divine world.
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    • must fall unless it is firmly underpinned. Anthroposophical truths
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    • and that these truths will grow and multiply and fertilize ever wider
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    • saying that embraces a truth ever more widely accepted and which,
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    • in the ancient Mysteries, too, the quest for truth and reality had
    • of Maya, but press on to the truth of the divine world.
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    • truth. I have to say these things over and over again,
    • external science to a genuine research into truth. You must
    • on Jupiter is connected in very truth with the deepest
    • action. This is of course a trivial truth. But now let us
    • maya of the physical plane, but with regard to the truth and
    • person — these truths which the materialistic outlook
    • truth. These are things which add even more pain to my occult
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    • dwarf, for that would be a lie, it is not the truth! That's the way
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    • is not the real thing, and to realise that truth and appearance are
    • modern charlatan who imposes on people not the truth, but something he
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    • logic and an unbiased sense of truth. Investigation calls for the opened eye
    • sense of truth; natural feeling unclouded by prejudice; natural good sense.
    • its existence can be acknowledged by a healthy sense of truth, unclouded by
    • statement has now become an obvious truth, and the time is not far distant
    • say about it in the lecture on the Mission of Truth; today we are concerned
    • popular imagination arrives at a truth which may often elude the
    • speak of the mission of truth, we shall see how Goethe's thoughts on this
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    • interplay of the powers of the soul; and the truth of the saying came home to
    • selflessness, is truth. Truth educates the Intellectual Soul. While anger is
    • stages, truth should be loved and valued from the start. An inward
    • cultivation of truth is essential for the progress of the soul.
    • devotion to truth leads man upwards from stage to stage? The opposites of
    • truth are falsehood and error. We shall see how man progresses in so far as
    • he overcomes falsehood and error and pursues truth as his great
    • A higher truth
    • increasingly abolished. He must love truth and feel himself most intimately
    • that full possession of truth is beyond human reach. Lessing,
    • for example, says that pure truth is not for men, but only a perpetual
    • striving towards it. He speaks of truth as a distant goddess whom men may
    • approach but never reach. When the nature of truth stirs the soul to strive
    • this everlasting search for truth, and since truth is so manifold in meaning,
    • all we can reasonably say is that man must set out to grasp truth and to
    • kindle in himself a genuine sense of truth. Hence we cannot speak of a
    • single, all-embracing truth.
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    • lectures, on the mission of anger and the mission of truth, we saw that the
    • truth can educate the soul in its own special way.
    • positively educated by truth, when truth is understood as something that a
    • feeling, by the infallible feeling for truth that dwells in the human soul.
    • cultivating others, such as the sense of truth. After that, the
    • begins. Anger is to be overcome and discarded; a sense of truth is to
    • cultivating a sense of truth, the Ego is drawn gradually into the
    • to allow truth and knowledge to be prescribed for them.
    • superstitions, all the wrong or untruthful ways of entering the super-sensible
    • overcoming of anger educates the Sentient Soul, and the striving for truth
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    • earnestly striving for truth, shows how difficult the path to truth really
    • an authority, and as a source of truth whom he can trust, this is
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    • find that they correspond with external facts. But this kind of truth cannot
    • senses and yet can give us truth. One of the first stages towards this form
    • himself to be guided by a healthy sense of truth will soon find how prone he
    • real feeling for truth and reality. If we seriously practise the exercises
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    • all ways of knowledge which seek, above all, to reach the great truths of
    • appeal to truth when we show that to be in harmony with the great world can
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    • not concerned with names but with ascertainable truth, independently of any
    • offered by the sense-world, its nothingness is revealed. No truth is to be
    • suffering that pervades it. Thus the four noble truths, as the Buddha called
    • four holy truths that were proclaimed by the Buddha in his great sermon at
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    • only half the truth. The other half is that we would have no eye if
    • development of the human being, it seeks a truth which is as nearly as
    • an image, but it expresses the truth in this field. We observe an unconscious
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    • that which is obscure and inscrutable as the content of mysticism, have
    • equilibrium. We said also that inner truth, as we may call it, arises in the
    • regarding the unity he experiences as objective truth, for its appearance of
    • which are not merely subjective but give valid expression to truths
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    • not untruths that do most harm, for the soul will soon detect them. Much
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    • and phantastical. This can harm neither the ancient poets nor the truth, but
    • originate from life! Because of this truth, which is taken as self-evident
    • that with such truths. At first those who proclaim them are branded as
    • science regard all those who proclaim a new, higher level of truth to be
    • act together that the truth can be found. This allows us to assume that
    • of the outer human being. An example will make clear that truths are
    • necessity are complementary truths. There is no absolute truth as regards
    • and truth has to be found through the individual truths which illuminate one
    • natural laws would have been adequate to find the truth if they had been
    • abstractions but with those truths which are arrived at from different points
    • science has to advance to a recognition of the truths which stem from one
    • particular side of life and of other truths which are representative of
    • sentences contradict one another, both of them contain living truths which
    • by a knowledge of error can truth be arrived at. It is only possible to
    • assimilate truth such that it becomes part of the soul, such that it
    • has the same origins as the inwardly recognised truth, health for which the
    • existence, as does error, if our aim is to recognise truth. We could say the
    • beyond itself and leads to human truth. And similarly it can be said:
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    • truth in what he says:
    • delighted or repelled by the phenomena of Nature. The truth of Nature is not
    • truth and therefore as a basis for the practice of living. And our discussion
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    • has its reverse aspect and that any truth which we discover is true only in
    • achieved if we know that a truth exists; the important thing is that in true
    • truth of spiritual science which says: soul and spirit can only originate
    • often seen as comparable with another truth which the great natural scientist
    • an earlier existence of the human being. Nevertheless, this truth also must
    • truth to another person and then has to listen to the other speak who is not
    • to their conclusion. Whole truths cannot be proved with half thoughts. They
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    • of the human soul, and their central purpose has been to seek for truth and
    • view that everything connected with truth and cognition should be kept far,
    • that truth and beauty have nothing in common. And yet, the great leaders in
    • only, we will turn to Goethe, a seeker both for beauty and for truth. As a
    • ideals, he had pursued his search for truth, together with his Weimar
    • analysis of Spinoza's works a satisfying picture of truth and
    • between truth and beauty, cognition and art. In writing of Beethoven's
    • their truth, in face of which all merely rational or logical considerations
    • art Wagner saw a mysterious truth that could stand on an equal footing with
    • concerning man's search for truth, and the spiritual scientist feels
    • truths and finding its way to the human ego. Inasmuch as man, after living
    • truths living on in another form in art, and the achievements of ancient
    • given so effective expression to the truth as he saw it if he had described
    • truth as people today may lightly suppose. On the contrary, Goethe was right
    • when he refused to speak of the idea of truth and the idea of beauty as
    • in the world, and truth and beauty are two revelations of it.
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    • evolution, for example about the truth of the Christ-impulse,
    • which the angels think”. And when this becomes a truth for the
    • the truths of the Christ-impulse, also other thoughts about the
    • with the untruths about which there were many ears to hear. I
    • need to announce the truths of the spiritual world which are so
    • sacred-spiritual truths, which are so necessary for human souls
    • truths. Perhaps then you can assess the value of the spiritual
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    • in just such a moment by being absolutely truthful. Or we are
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    • But the judgment is in truth so laid into the sentence that
    • about cognition: Truth is something that really doesn't
    • particular ground of truth for it; but it is useful to take
    • truth other than that which lives in useful, life-serviceable
    • the question. Truth, that is something or other which is of
    • the standpoint of truth, no human being knows anything about
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    • It is the same in mathematics, when objective truths are proclaimed,
    • own mind has grasped the truth and is capable of presenting it to others
    • and it may be said with truth that the reactionary principles of de
    • truth of an idea, deeds of benefit to human life will spring from a
    • struggles to find truth, to discover the immediate reality of divine forces
    • truth itself, of losing his bearings altogether along the tortuous paths
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    • for the universal truth being applicable to specific areas,
    • specialized truth and tries to make it into a universal law.
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    • tried to present what we believe to be the truth regarding
    • itself test what we believe is the truth toward which we
    • must have their truth proven by its fruitfulness. We can
    • truth before reality — particularly where social truths
    • the result of recognized truth, or supposed truth, can send a
    • truth which has been striven for. At the same time we have
    • souls among today's youth whose concern is the truth and
    • striving toward the truth. Therefore we wish to say — I
    • an assertion; he should bring evidence of its truth.
    • return to just a simple expression of truth. In our cultural
    • truth his words were simply: “Open the shutters!”
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    • touched before breaking through into the actual inner realm. Truth is
    • speak in the way that truth demands I could enjoy the support of every
    • us to dwell within the element of truth. After all the failures of the
    • between truth and science, a spiritualized science, in which truth can
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    • arrangement of sleep. Without it we should have no concept of truth,
    • so that we have to thank the state of sleep for truth. In order to
    • surrender ourselves to the truth of things, we must pass our existence
    • As the state of sleep is apportioned to truth, the dream-state to
    • Truth
    • idea of truth, we must turn to the state of sleep; if we want to have
    • organization as regards truth, but as regards goodness. In this state
    • refuses to rise from truth, through beauty to goodness; it wants to
    • which corresponds only to the idea of truth. And here one entirely
    • idea of truth, which we gain chiefly from external things.
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    • sees it. But the truth of this point is quite unintelligible to modern
    • removed from truth.
    • sense of truth and sincerity lies at the bottom of such matters, this,
    • symptomatic of our time: the intrusion of unreality and untruthfulness
    • symptomatic of our time: the intrusion of unreality and untruthfulness
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    • to learn the truth from life, to find out how it is
    • naturally transmit untruth and deception. To learn from life
    • truth from life.
    • that was the sole impression — but what was the truth
    • of the matter? The truth was that an eloquent karma in the
    • than reveal the truth.
    • the truth is essential, if we would take up our stand on the
    • documents brings one far less close to the truth one can get
    • such evidence! We must only be wary not to exaggerate a truth
    • sided truth is nevertheless a truth. Someone might exclaim:
    • to Goethe, since Goethe's own works include his “Truth
    • personal confession in “Truth and Poetry”. Hence
    • that a truth brought home to us from one side only can never
    • really can do nothing but conceal the truth, as we saw in the
    • man does not confront the truth directly in the world, but
    • must first wrest the truth from it. The truth is accessible
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    • how the gods deal with man; their will remains inscrutable;
    • inscrutable.
    • are fighting a good fight for the truth. There is no need for
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    • present further proof of the truth of what can only very
    • truths of Spiritual Science.
    • these truths — it is only a question of being steeped
    • Gorki calls “gruesome, yet veritable truth”?
    • — “Yes, well, what is the truth? Man is the
    • truth! What does it mean — Man? You are not it, nor am
    • Truth”. Our whole Building is an interpretation of this
    • earnestness, of conscientiousness, of longing for truth, will
    • permeate themselves with the conviction that the truth rests
    • deepest sense that only that leads to genuine occult truth
    • truth is clouded over the very moment the interests of one
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    • differentiated. There is profound truth in the biblical
    • mocks himself and knows not how! He is speaking the truth and
    • lives, and that we can know the truth when we let Him be the
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    • they will cease to lie if it happens they are untruthfully
    • indeed become a ‘Lawgiver,’ and the truth of this
    • walls must live, but live in accordance with truth itself.
    • Truth flows into the beauty of our relief-moulding. If we had
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    • divine.’ We find an inkling of the truth of these
    • primitive, but which in truth have sprung from a deeper
    • course of his life a man can be convinced of the truth of it
    • external history would also be able to prove the truth of
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    • — so far is the present age removed from truth!
    • world to remind us of the cheap truth that Spiritual Science
    • however, to realise what kind of sense for truth underlies
    • times, the falsehood and untruth that is creeping into man's
    • fraught with such gravity, we may in very truth, indeed we
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    • does not raise himself to the highest truth, for they are one
    • same, since they both adopt as a basis eternal truth, which is
    • Idea, and likewise identifies the purport of Art with truth. In
    • truth, if its essence is found in the expression of the Idea.
    • regarded as semblance. The Idea is surely the highest truth:
    • when the Idea appears, it does so out of truth, and not as
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    • understand how the art of lecturing can, in all truth and
    • and, on the other hand, somewhat untruthful or impolite. Both
    • in just such a moment by being absolutely truthful. Or we are
    • only, only, only truthful and when the attack is not such
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    • But the judgment is in truth so laid into the sentence that
    • about cognition: Truth is something that really doesn't
    • particular ground of truth for it; but it is useful to take
    • truth other than that which lives in useful, life-serviceable
    • the question. Truth, that is something or other which is of
    • the standpoint of truth, no human being knows anything about
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    • show us the truth of the ancient oriental view that the
    • germinate, unfold and develop. They are the truth. They shine
    • unfolds the fullness of truth, the fullness of divine and
    • is recognized as truth within it.
    • truth? Let us bring it into life above all during this our
    • Society like ours, built on a foundation of truth, seriously
    • the sign of the full truth as representatives of the essence
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    • entered into all the various fields truth has at last
    • arrived, truth that must be upheld forever.
    • that can stand the scrutiny of present-day clinical
    • we shall fight for the truth, not fanatically but simply in
    • an honest, straightforward love of the truth. Perhaps this
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    • expressing anthroposophical truths are not like words spoken elswhere
    • the willful distortion of truth that has always characterized so
    • deliberate untruth about the tragedy itself. Our friends present at
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    • Every truth can be presented as true in itself, but it is colored by
    • there to communicate truth, not to propagandize. This has often been
    • present the facts, to make the truth known. In the age of the
    • because I meet regularly with it. The truth is, however, that the
    • judgments that express spiritual-scientific truths.
    • seriousness with which the communication of spiritual truths is
    • that the very manner of the presentation convinces of the truth of a
    • truths ought to be as susceptible of proof as assertions about facts
    • anthroposophy will notice that the single truths it presents fit into
    • supports the further single truths they hear. These further truths
    • with anthroposophy is thus constant growth in experiencing its truth.
    • The truth of a mathematical statement can be discerned in a flash,
    • but it is correspondingly lifeless. Anthroposophical truth is a
    • have been presenting new truths to add to the old. This takes time,
    • truths. If the Society becomes fully conscious of this, it will find
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    • For the truth is that everything in life that flowers and bears fruit
    • experiencing the super-sensible nature of all truth. Sharing the
    • goodness nor truth are accessible to man unless he acts in the very
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    • truth in the spiritual realm if one is constantly having to give
    • feels toward the truth, one has a further responsibility in relation
    • an instrument of that truth, is doing. So one has to help carry the
    • merits and its truth be freely recognized.
    • man can have to truth, wherein truth is immediately apprehended in
    • one accept observations made in higher worlds as truth, one will not
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    • truths such as used to take place in earlier ages. Of course, sects
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    • people join others in, say, a group where anthroposophical truths are
    • or truth of physical reality. Indeed, we see this evidenced every day
    • just as absurd for someone who hears anthroposophical truths to say
    • super-sensible truth is gleaned, and each of us has to adapt himself
    • developing egotism through a wrong approach to spiritual truth avoid
    • creating unbrotherly conditions. In relating to spiritual truth, one
    • interested in suppressing and stamping out truths about the spiritual
    • the leaders do not want to have anthroposophical truth made
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    • written this because I believe it's the truth. The editor of
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    • of harmonising their desire for truth with what is taught in
    • understanding and new conclusions with regard to Christian truths are
    • means that aid us in deciphering Christian truths there is one that
    • when stirred by its great spiritual truths. The thing that matters
    • within our souls when the great truths of humanity strike these
    • knowledge of great spiritual truths; the feeling that the nature of
    • these great truths is such that we must approach them in humble
    • Whether absolute truth regarding the appearance of anything can or
    • the greatest of all truths without which the human soul, in its
    • of truth which thou hast been able to grasp is the whole truth.
    • beyond it, the truths concerning life and death: all such questions
    • development, can test them, and can recognise the truth of them by
    • his own unprejudiced logic and the feeling for truth that is in every
    • natural feeling for truth. The clairvoyant must in fact first
    • connected with the spiritual truths and spiritual communications
    • ordinary sense of truth of any age. Do you know what would happen to
    • truth.
    • acceptance by him of spiritual truth. Even if all spheres were
    • things he has investigated and brought into line with truth and sound
    • results of spiritual research from others? How do spiritual truths
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    • sided view if the truth is to be reached.
    • different individuals concerning truth. You will recall how at our
    • Theosophical truths. The further one advances the more one realises
    • Why do Theosophical truths seem obvious and right to many in spite of
    • the human soul is really designed for truth, not for untruth; it is
    • There is a feeling for truth in man; and he should realise the
    • necessary truth can alone be seen are so infinitely high. If people
    • of the value of these truths for human life. But every soul, are
    • these truths are imparted, can realise them and make them its
    • of a soul that receives these truths compared with one able to
    • exactly with the spiritual truths given to us by spiritual science.
    • of truth we accept and make use of them, they serve us for the
    • on. We can make use of these truths. They serve us. Just as a boot
    • protects us from cold, so these truths shield us from spiritual cold,
    • allow that the truths presented to us by those who can bring them
    • purpose of evoking in you a sense of the manifold nature of truth.
    • The experiences of one who seeks earnestly for truth is this: —
    • cautious in translating the truths gained at a higher level into
    • lecture, these truths are really only valuable when so translated, it
    • understanding, that sound logic and a healthy sense of truth can
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    • or macrocosm. Though this is a truth, yet it is a very abstract
    • truth, and as generally stated does not mean very much. You will
    • easily be made to the fundamental truths of Astrology so undervalued
    • Copernicus as given to-day is not so very true, its truth will first
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    • Maya. The truth regarding the sun is that it is a meeting-place of
    • fragments of cosmic forces. If we desire to know the truth we must
    • truth regarding this were to be described, we would have to describe
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    • — as a quite abstract and general truth — that in every
    • no mere legends, but the reflections of profound truths experienced
    • inwardly — truths concerning the soul. These experiences in the
    • intended as a mere poetic image, but is an occult truth presented
    • what is worst in us, what is not in accordance with truth. Hence an
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    • In reality, they were not far from the truth when they said in the
    • who know the truth regarding such occurrences know that it can happen
    • if we are not to wander far from the truth we must not follow the
    • this in no way denies the truth, but only their own powers of
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    • for me to see them and realise the truth of what I am told concerning
    • truth of the saying that it is not possible really to satisfy their
    • at once, for instance, if they encounter anyone of a brutal or of a
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    • against all the opposition that will be stirred up against the truths
    • thyself over to Satan; for stating this truth as thou dost is
    • of those truths that will convince people more and more that man is
    • every particular with such truths as deal with man as well as with
    • those in the future who desire to give expression to spiritual truth
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    • spiritual realms, and who imparts truths to us to-day concerning the
    • it was objected, with a certain amount of truth, that he thought too
    • science is to make the truth known; to declare the truth with full
    • some other path. But -those who desire the truth, such truth as is
    • important is not that we should say in what form we desire truth, but
    • truth must necessarily be spoken at a certain point of time. O! there
    • can scrutinize.r Those who are in touch with the sources from which
    • edifice of spiritual science is raised on a foundation of truth I
    • foundation of a carefully tested if perhaps difficult truth, and the
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    • bequeath these truths to others who are unable to travel the path
    • mission of truth, of devotion, of anger and so on that what we
    • truths to others who are unable to travel the path on which alone
    • merely in images and parables, but in truths, which, though still
    • the sum of all truth dwells in each separate soul like a seed which
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    • superstition would have held sway, now truth has been brought to light
    • only by the science of our time. If truth stood on such weak feet, one
    • could have little confidence. However, we know that truth formed the
    • to the cognition of truth in the ancient schools of wisdom was totally
    • holy temple sites, had another avenue to lead their pupils to truth.
    • life by means of long exercise to understand the truth in higher sense.
    • truth is. As long as one judged the movement of the earth and the sun
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    • adversary of religion nor of science. It wants to attain truth like
    • the researchers by knowledge, and it does not deny the basic truth of
    • This basic truth is often
    • truth forms the basis of all religions. The religions existing today
    • lost their deeper truth. The core of truth lies behind them. However,
    • finds its core of truth in future. So, this higher truth of religion
    • the human beings understand the truth of the external research so easily
    • The spiritual truth deals
    • taught goes back to this deeper spiritual truth. At the moment when
    • to the real and true, beyond the immediate sensory truth. The sentence
    • truth of the senses lose their validity under other circumstances. May
    • cannot come to the fore in the world, they cannot say: accept our truth,
    • truth is hidden to most people. The task of the Theosophical Society
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    • it the living truth in them. They get to know the teaching of reincarnation
    • is higher than truth. — We want to see how far the whole theosophical
    • a region looks different, and thus the original truth also looks different
    • far beyond the sea of opinions. Truth itself is still hidden in the
    • truth.
    • believe to understand truth — which Goethe regards as identical
    • then we say to ourselves: truth is identical with divinity, the divine
    • truth goes which reveals itself to you which we must feel and which
    • be reconciled that they should be deepened. One should search for truth
    • in them, but not claim to be able to grasp the original truth immediately.
    • with the light of theosophy. Among many other truths which rest covertly
    • a prominent place, Goethe expressed: no religion is higher than truth.
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    • systems that it has tried more and more to bring the core of truth to light
    • extent historical-actual truth exists in them. Yes, “actual” truth,
    • actual truth what could have really occurred what could have taken place before
    • state something that always preoccupies those who search for truth.
    • truth is, he tried to outline a picture of Christianity independently. Now this
    • speculation or from the Enlightenment. — However, in truth we deal with
    • to the truth of the Gospels.
    • the God-Man, a single personality in the fullness of truth.
    • that it has also approached the highest religious truth and tried to understand
    • of truth, beauty, goodness which should be realised in the world more and more.
    • pull down this highest truth to the level of the general human reason. But just
    • deal with priest sages in ancient times and with the loftiest truth which was
    • The highest truths were only explained
    • them because they are the deeper truths of the world, the human soul and God.
    • in its truth only. It is risky to express this teaching which I want to report
    • his actions in the spiritual region, and then only he has reached truth. Therefore,
    • human soul were deep esoteric truths which were taught inside of the esoteric
    • bearers of the Word of God teaching a truthful theosophy, spreading a truthful
    • it wants to explain it in spirit and truth. This is the task of theosophy toward
    • it in its truth.
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    • natural truth that this is my idea, and that one cannot know what it
    • in it. In truth we deal with no real insight.
    • is the most certain truth which there can be. No power would be able
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    • of truth forms the basis of each of them and that the quarrel of the Buddhists,
    • strove for truth from their point of view, and that we find just the core of
    • truth in the different philosophical systems. That is why it cannot be a matter
    • of truth, of the world spirit. If we have climbed up a higher level of knowledge,
    • can also prove the truth of his thoughts like he may do this himself. One can
    • however, only if we have the manifestations of a truthful and real world in
    • truth which appears with an absolute validity has validity only in your consciousness.
    • you are authorised to judge about truth. For within our thinking is something
    • us in its true figure because we have our origin in it in truth. Because we
    • because they look for truth in the material. As well as all the modern epistemologists,
    • peace and tolerance everywhere. All these truths which I have given are steps
    • to the real truth. Kant has moved some way, also Schopenhauer. The one more,
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    • one of the martyrs of knowledge and truth because he was misunderstood in his
    • That with regard to the historical truth. If it were not in such a way, one
    • can take offence of the truths of modern natural sciences. Every reasonable
    • truth that the human being is the only being which can learn to count knows
    • soul in the same way as mathematics gets out the truth of the starry heaven
    • he must get the highest truth out of himself, then one also sees that the best
    • mathematical truth is. There are still savage people. Indeed, they become extinct,
    • as he transforms experience into theory, as well as he gets the truth of the
    • has to understand in its truth and validity.
    • expresses that with the words that only he recognises the truth in the real
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    • to the expressed truth.
    • The human being is more receptive for the topmost truth at such moments.
    • lecture what this spirit of mathematics offers. It offers truths in the most
    • elementary way which is elated above all sensory truths; truths which we cannot
    • disregarding any sensuous view. We acquire the simplest, most trivial truths
    • this way. Mathematics only gives the most trivial super-sensible truth, but it
    • gives super-sensible truth. Because it gives the simplest, the most trivial and
    • super-sensible truth which is got the easiest, Plato demanded from his disciples
    • that they learn in mathematics how one gets to the super-sensible truth. What
    • does one learn by the fact that one gets to super-sensible truth? One learns
    • to conceive a truth without desire and harm, without immediate, everyday interest,
    • Why does the mathematical truth
    • in the spirit of mathematics. After they had got used to looking up to truth
    • truth of those questions against which people normally have the biggest prejudices.
    • truth two times two four, or, the sum of angles of a triangle is 180 degrees?
    • But not before the human being was able to see the highest truth of soul and
    • truth in an appropriate way. It is only a matter of course that the questions:
    • were not taught about such questions in the abstract. Truths were handed down
    • most trivial super-sensible truth. Mathematics is widely avoided just because
    • not to an abstract truth, to a concrete truth, not to logical proofs, if it
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    • since forty years — endeavours to confirm the truth that the material
    • truth in the spiritual fields, after they had gained the knowledge that the
    • to the materialistic current. One can achieve truth not on separate ways, but
    • The truth which we receive in a
    • investigate truth because of curiosity, not on wrong, underhand ways, but merely
    • theosophical movement to hear not to those who reveal truth from the unconsciousness
    • or subconsciousness, but to those who tell truth from full waking consciousness.
    • truth has investigated truth in no other way as maintaining the full waking
    • truth eliminating the consciousness, but the research method maintaining the
    • our researches to recognise big truth, while the spiritistic researcher must
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    • a kind of empty imagination and one is hardly inclined to scrutinise the strange
    • spirits who were inclined to scrutinise these flitting pictures of the dream
    • example, to the next best corner shop — this is a case of whose truth
    • attempts. I would not like to doubt the truth of the other attempts in any way,
    • This is a deep truth which a German
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    • higher than truth. — I would also like to ask the scientist to keep in
    • higher than truth.
    • movement only, after they had vigorously searched for truth before within the
    • spiritism, but to search for truth where it is to be found.
    • intimate truth, then a longer way is necessary: a way using the different methods
    • One had another view of wisdom and truth. One believed the whole antiquity through
    • truth at first. One realised the fact that in every human being spiritual forces
    • and had become a researcher of truth, one was of the opinion that he is to the
    • recognise something of the super-sensible truth by immediate beholding, by spiritual
    • intuition. The big mass of human beings could get the truth by means of pictures.
    • of humankind, they are nothing but disguises of the super-sensible truth. The
    • but metaphorical, symbolic representations of the super-sensible truth. Of course,
    • that a myth like the Hercules legend shows a deep inner truth; he sees that
    • truth was determined and made the object of the confessions, in particular of
    • the Christian. And now this basis of spiritual truth was removed from any human
    • truth of the divine revelation unless the authority of the church forces me.
    • — Faith that determines a certain basis of the truth replaces the old
    • mystery truth which retains it in pictures. Then follows the epoch when the
    • big mass is no longer informed about the truth of the super-sensible world in
    • those who had to lead them behaved to the highest truth. The mysteries provided
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    • daze if they only see a string. The following experience shows the truth of
    • used to only look for the real knowable, the truth in the sense-perceptible
    • concerned to ask whether the information of the medium is right. In truth nothing
    • a scholar to scrutinise these phenomena once again. This scholar gave us
    • truth only if he makes himself worthy. This will throw a new meaning and a new
    • knowledge seizes our whole being that we stand before the highest truth and
    • recognise that the truth which we experience in ourselves is a divine revelation
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    • development. But something else is in the so-called proofs of theosophical truths.
    • forces of the seer to find the spiritual truths, but that one only needs the
    • and how the paints have cracked et cetera. This can be real truth. Then there
    • look for approval. Compared with truth approval is something indifferent. Who
    • has understood the truth of a mathematical theorem does not care whether a million
    • people agree or not. Truth is not decided by majority. Someone who has recognised
    • a truth has recognised it and needs no approval. Thus the theosophical movement
    • spirit of the present age knows that inner truth and wisdom of the religious
    • could live with these pictures only. Truth was in the religions, truth was in
    • to give the elementary part of spiritual truth at least. A time would be dreary
    • want to found a new religion. But it wants to bring truth home to the human
    • of thinking comprehension. Thus theosophy brings the old truth in new form to
    • his own viewpoint and to scrutinise him. — However, one must not laugh
    • partial truths. But one can get only to the right insight if one sees the spirit
    • spiritual world that truth and wisdom in the human souls take place which must
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    • superstition and the revelation. Between truth and superstition there is no
    • he has gained on the basis of his scientific studies is the only truth and that
    • by the spiritual contents of the world, so that it produced truth. It was not
    • what we call artistic imagination today; it was that which contained truth in
    • and spirit flowing like from a spring. At that time truth, poetry and sense
    • the theosophical movement on account of any truth. We do not unite on account
    • of a particular single truth, of a dogma, not of that which this or that person
    • has recognised or believes to have recognised. Anybody who expresses a truth
    • follower of such a confession or school believes to own the only truth and eliminates
    • is the result. Theosophy differs quite basically from that. Truth has to develop
    • human being truth has to be got out. In doing so, absolutely tolerant human
    • the truth core rests that he only needs to be surrounded with a spiritual atmosphere
    • in the human being the divine truth must develop how it has to come forth from
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    • but in his deepest inside he must find truth in whichever form it expresses
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    • grasp general truths about life — not just in theory — but
    • human being perceives how general truths are formed he can perceive
    • Organisation altering, even if only slightly. So that in very truth
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    • Spiritual Science, must become known in the world: that is, the truth
    • of reincarnation. To begin with we take it on trust, this truth
    • reason to be happy in knowing the truths of Spiritual Science, but he
    • leaps could not be further from the truth. There are leaps everywhere,
    • the great Christian truths. And if you investigate all this you find
    • truths concerning those things. You also find narratives from Buddhist
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    • evidence of truth which is available even to the person who does not
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    • this stage. It gives a far truer discrimination between truth and
    • untruth. This seems incredible, but it is true. When something
    • effect upon thinking and upon one's mood. In truth, self-seeking and
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    • half truth or a quarter truth is worse than a total fallacy because it
    • tending in the direction of spiritual truth, but are not fully
    • fallacy, because despite the quarter truth contained in it he would
    • into a spiritual truth. For in order to do that one needs the
    • with spiritual investigation, these truths would produce quite
    • half and quarter truths and only adopts those it can defend with its
    • only in broad sweeps and universal truths but also in the individual
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    • realise that if he had continued ruthlessly towards his goal, he would
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    • the one, universal life. It is the seed of spiritual truth in all
    • occult truths during the four epochs of post-Atlantean culture. The
    • objective truth, but you yourselves can put it to the test by
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    • These apparent theories are, in truth, the ways to self-knowledge. A
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    • maya, but much traditional wisdom, much truth concerning the world and
    • truth.
    • be the truth — that the Buddha who in his twenty-ninth year rose
    • upon the ground of truth. And those who are able to draw near to
    • merely an earthly being; thou art in truth a cosmic being! — then
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    • truths.
    • truths rose up in his consciousness, which for the clairvoyant
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    • nothing to do with the deity to begin with. A profound truth is
    • that every occultist has often convinced himself of its truth through
    • it to understand the truth in a more complete form. It is not faith, but
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    • reveal mystical truths in esoteric form, even though they are usually
    • to deceive even the higher beings. He must not only repeat truths but
    • the merest vestige of it survives death. Eternal truths remain
    • the expression of higher truths, sank into the souls of his hearers.
    • He spoke to simple folk but the truth sank into their souls and
    • incarnation. At that time men experienced the truth through fairy
    • are able to grasp higher truths today it is because we have been
    • of these old truths alone is able to give an almost complete survey
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    • Nevertheless, it is not always possible to write about ultimate truths
    • cosmic truths are thus portrayed to us in the sagas. That is why I
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    • a time when he was not mature enough to receive the truths directly.
    • thus made him ready to understand the truths directly in a future
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    • of the Philalethes [Searchers after Truth] out of a group of local
    • occasion that he uttered the great saying which was based on truth:
    • forward their own views. Truth, however, is something about which one
    • cannot hold one's own views. One either knows a truth or one is
    • about higher truths. That is why the democratic principle is not
    • degrees from craft masonry is that one learns to know the truth step
    • truth to appear in print recently. Therefore where this should have
    • world harmony in their truth and reality, the ten basic ... [Gap]
    • truths today, that are in primeval occult perceptions. If you read Blavatsky's
    • realise this elementary occult truth about thought, electricity and
    • The occult investigator obtains his truth from the
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    • democratic, but that we will become brutally oligarchic, in that the
    • is not achieved, then the most brutal forces will lead. This will
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    • Christian truths.
    • powers to him today would be idolatry, for in truth we have to do
    • truths have been implanted in this festival by the wise. And to
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    • many of the truths which had been taught in the occult schools were
    • churches and so on, the works of culture which bring beauty and truth
    • beauty and truth will rise up in our inner being. What eyes and ears
    • truths, on the other hand he must turn his attention to the exoteric
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    • A truth expresses itself therein, which was known in the old mysteries
    • is a very interesting and important legend in which these truths are
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    • based on truth. For I can behave accordingly towards my fellow men;
    • something quite different from merely knowing the truth, the reality,
    • exactly the same way as they search after physical truths. But it is
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 20: The Royal Art in a New Form
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    • exquisite work of art. The yearning for truth and beauty, wisdom and
    • proclaims mathematical truth through their official spokesmen? If I
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    • of that life, the concepts of the truths of existence
    • realise: it simply is not true. The truth is that the
    • truth at all. For in ordinary life, what we all-too-often
    • world of truth and not in a world of Maya; you will also
    • where reality is in play, there too is truth. Reality does
    • occult truths in the form of stories or poems ... in the age
    • direct truth and declares that such things are realities.
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    • that it is not possible to find a foundation for the truth
    • such a point today that the opposite of truth is
    • truth of their being has been able to connect itself deeply
    • living witnesses to the profound truth that the impulses of
    • deep, and inward truth is now confirmed when we have passed
    • the truths he held most sacred; this eagerness was always
    • To essential love of truth
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    • universe. Two aspects in the human being need to be scrutinized
    • actually under scrutiny has been handed down from ancient times
    • here, may not give me credit for this awful truth — by becoming
    • truth is this: the human being goes into the world through
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    • unprejudiced. But how can one penetrate to the truth when
    • historical events which could verify outer truth, is
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    • science which necessitates a wide view and a truthful gaze on
    • author, in what I might call a brutal clarity.
    • its second- and third-hand budding `truths,' then it is time to
    • truthful powers of renewal do not become forerunners
    • here we have people who do not care to spread the truth but
    • with whom it finally comes down to spreading untruths.
    • manner in which it is done and what kind of sense of truth
    • an opposing truth but stupidities, because then their values
    • Ernst Michel noticed a basic truth of Christianity: “It
    • is a basic Christian truth that a person with original sin
    • spiritual truth. You have just heard how it depends on
    • higher truth strive by claiming: “There is no spiritual
    • else, they have to be believed as truths! — “Dogmas
    • not research the final truths: “At this point we can
    • forbidden to somehow come to the truth through the spirit and
    • state spiritual truths. For this it is necessary to have a
    • spiritual truths and spiritual facts. It is necessary today to
    • ourselves every morning in some way, expressed in truth and
    • believe that it is the truth. Whoever writes something has the
    • this in a truthful light.
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    • of the truths which must live in art.
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    • representing a reality, a truth, not initially accessible to ordinary
    • consciousness — a truth we may call a spiritual truth.
    • There we are touched by the spiritual truth. Then we advance to Intuition,
    • and in Intuition we are not merely touched by the spiritual truth that
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 8: The Social Question
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    • human souls when taken into those souls and tested for their truth.
    • comes from the centre that is God. It is a perversion of the truth to
    • no such intentions. It is a perversion of the truth to believe that
    • that the truths of Christianity may be diminished really someone who
    • the soul or the spirit, these can only make the genuine truths of Christianity
    • harmony, a harmony based on insight, between their truths and what has
    • of the material world. Science finds its truths by very close adherence
    • want to limit scientific work, the discovery of truth, to the kind of
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    • truth. It presented a deep insight into the relationship of
    • dogmas are in a form trapping the truth which in today's time
    • truths because they don't understand them for the most part. By
    • falsehood. As a result of this inner untruth so much damage has
    • results of untruthfulness within humanity in the last few years
    • sense of truthfulness in outer life. This should be kept in
    • extent it is connected to the truth — through a decision
    • according to how today's sense of truth is grasped. As a
    • from encountering this lack of a sense of truth on all fronts.
    • of truth can one work into the future when the soul has to find
    • connection with the truth — and the falsehood of the
    • Seals of religious truths.
    • that people can hardly differentiate between truthfulness and
    • untruthfulness is a cultural phenomenon of the present and
    • some way or another, always take this characteristic of untruth
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse,
    • truth, intimately united with human aspiration and for
    • more deeply into the evolution of the earth. This truth, which
    • thought, which is no longer directed to the truths of the
    • my dear friends, that truth from which the earth received its
    • meaning, the truth toward which humanity has looked for
    • truth and virtue, we may surely conclude that the influences of
    • the greater truth and correctness of their morality more than
    • this saying true for us?” To realize its truth requires
    • truth that which will arise as the Easter star after
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture II: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Exoteric
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    • order to find truth, to rise higher and higher one has to apply
    • truth which he himself regarded as the right one, and once he
    • truth that works in such a way, that if he enters life it is
    • criterion of truth to him: what is fertile is true only!
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    • because it does not know infallible truth concluded for good
    • and all but always only the wisdom and truth of a certain
    • actually, the human being has his own truth only, and,
    • on truth, on objective reality. You can hear it repeatedly:
    • thought life which deliver completely objective truths to us,
    • truths which the human beings have recognised as those,
    • to affirm the truth, even if a million human beings mean
    • example, with such truths that refer to dimensions of number
    • such truths, as the mathematical ones are, most human beings
    • surface for all who strive in truth for knowledge and wisdom.
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    • of a consciousness that could rise to a sphere of truth to
    • their feeling of truth, in their thirst for knowledge. They say
    • serious sense of truth oppose so sharply and vigorously against
    • to investigate truth, and one believes to insult just the Bible
    • is more than a mere anecdote, it means the deep truth of a
    • generally to be supposed to understand the truth of the Bible
    • spiritual phenomena become truth and beings, and the spiritual
    • as truth. If he goes back now to the times when the human being
    • spiritual truth, but something flowed into it that was
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    • science can investigate the deeper profundities and the truth
    • spirit and has won the truth from the spiritual view that
    • the inside; so that one has to translate the sentence in truth:
    • truth, we have also to admit and say — if it faces us in
    • research. Truth is a good in the human development from which
    • this is a basic truth, which penetrates the New Testament
    • These researchers understand the truth of the biblical saying:
    • “you will know the truth, and the truth will set you
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    • behaved compared with a truth that was received from an unknown
    • present at such a performance. Now the truth became known. S.
    • applies, and it shows truth better than something else does. In
    • express that with a Goethean word which reveals truth
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VII: Issues of Nutrition in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • of truth. The human being becomes internally stronger by the
    • truth, the spirit has also to stand with us as we conduct the
    • research. Then we recognise that truth which the human beings
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VIII: Issues of Health in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • world. We consider that as truth which gives an inner likeness
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    • struggles for the concepts of truth and human progress.
    • springing of the deepest truth like from the spring of life,
    • from Tolstoy. We see truth working in him, paradigmatically,
    • and that this truth flows with strong forces onto his personal
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • originated parts, is of deep, physical truth, but various
    • could write them down with such truth when he stood before that
    • appeared to the external view as unreality is truth to me, now
    • I can pour it only in the forms in which it appears as truth.
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIV: Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Esoteric
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    • but truth; and Goethe adheres to this truth, because Faust,
    • deep truth and are important everywhere. It is not possible to
    • easy to say, but in truth, a lot is said. For there are
    • Someone who knows the elementary truth of spiritual science
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    • satisfied Nietzsche's pursuit of truth. Richard Wagner appeared
    • untruthfulness, illusion. The human beings have deluded
    • spiritual-scientific truth of reincarnation. He stood also with
    • truth of the spiritual life reveals itself to Buddha.
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    • truth to him. However, one is allowed to say that Goethe met
    • arts — one could say — to express certain truths,
    • mysterious truths, the most mysterious knowledge which cannot
    • Such a mysterious truth shall face us today, which wanted to
    • truth with his soul from the most different sides. I referred
    • picture, and which deep truth underlies. However, if we trace
    • clear feeling of the deeper truth of the Madonna problem.
    • the Isis legend is the pictorial expression of a deep truth.
    • artistic, expression of a deep universal truth.
    • truth as Goethe says. There we realise that basically, if we
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVII: Old European Clairvoyance
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    • points: you will know the truth, and the truth will set you
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    • When I wanted to know the truth, I went to the things of the
    • However, what is told is often a caricature of the truth.
    • unbearable! In truth, this element is nourished from the
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    • Things have to be put mildly, as indeed I try to do. But the truth of
    • foot. And there is just as much truth in this (in the fact that the
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    • to the truth of a situation in their ordinary trains of thought. I want
    • value to be derived from the realization that truth is hard to get at
    • thought in the attempt to arrive at the truth by means of strict logical
    • the way to seek truth.
    • brought him up because he is an honest, upright seeker after truth in
    • search for truth, to base my commentary on the thoughts developed by
    • work how hard the search for truth is. You all know that there has long
    • an awareness that the search for truth is far from easy, and that we
    • difficulty of achieving truth. For we know that the life of the human
    • ordaining that the quest for truth is so difficult. And we will find
    • quest for truth were easy, if those people who say they have found out
    • to discover truth as most individuals believe it to be, that would mean
    • to find any access to the totality of truth; it requires a long slow
    • search for truth, and the preservation of a profound degree of modesty
    • more comprehensive the truth we seek. So it was natural for even one
    • truth can be discovered only with such difficulty cannot touch us if
    • we bear in mind that life derives from our having to seek truth. The
    • of the soul not to have to search for truth, that fate is surely going
    • evolution in the lack of feeling for a true quest for truth. In the
    • Why, to call attention to how difficult it is to get at truth by stringing
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    • because exact scrutiny could have discovered all along that it contradicted
    • to stick by the truth. People can try subjectively to wipe out what
    • The gods would not be telling the truth if they were to interfere with
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    • that we will be fit to take up the study of the truths of spiritual
    • what we might term deep spiritual-scientific truths if we shy away from
    • many people's longing for spiritual-scientific truths is found to outweigh
    • and the human soul. We should realize that “readiness for truth”
    • is especially required for a direct reception of truths from the spiritual
    • Of course, people at some remove from the realm of truth in the life
    • past research. But uninvestigated truths should not be requested out
    • truths into the physical world. Only by freeing ourselves from every
    • sort of movement this should and must be. Certain spiritual truths simply
    • to spiritual truths, instead of bringing their accustomed habits to
    • the reception of those truths. And so it could come about that a society
    • The earlier periods of Latin civilization had a word for truth:
    • to find in a scrutiny of history.”
    • aware of. Wahrheit, the German word for truth, has no connection
    • and ordinary truth, for it is related to the German bewahren
    • And if we want to describe someone telling the truth and being believed,
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    • unvarnished truth” depend on the fact that our cognitive processes
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    • sentence, which has no outer truth at first, but it does not
    • he can know in himself that truth is what he has to say. There
    • strength of truth and that he can withstand the
    • this consciousness of truth and knowledge on one side.
    • feeling of truth to realise the material connections of nature
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    • it does not depend on the truth content of the God concept at
    • to point to the truth content of life.
    • Someone who recognises this truth content
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    • religious truth, then such a school of thought feels
    • Gospel again on the other side, takes up the truth which is
    • demand to develop the religious truth only from the soul and
    • Schiller talk of truth in art and connect the experience of the
    • this has inner truth —
    • or the other time: it is untruthful without
    • founded in the human nature to speak about artistic truth in
    • aesthetics. There is truth and fallacy in this field that only
    • organism can deny the religious truth very easily; since the
    • “truth” only to one religion. On the contrary, we
    • positioned only in the spiritual world. If one finds the truth
    • by art, the soul must experience this truth and become devout
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VII: The Moral Basis of Human Life
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    • the truth. Thus, one feels in harmony with many spirits, while
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    • not very popular today how the soul must relate to truth and
    • truthfulness of research if it wants to take up the results of
    • Another attitude concerning truth and
    • truthfulness, concerning the human knowledge than it exists
    • one accept that attitude to truth who wants to decide
    • receive truth my soul needs preparation, needs the experience
    • live really with truth, with knowledge. You feel knowledge like
    • yourself to receive truth worthily. You feel as unworthy if one
    • wants to judge truth with the everyday spiritual condition
    • and worthy reception which is justified towards truth and
    • compared with truth and truthfulness and knowledge which must
    • truth. Very briefly: the truth seeker acting in the
    • abilities for truth and more and more he abandons from wanting
    • to approach this truth with the usual soul forces, with the
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    • one-sided is often fully entitled, so that it can produce truth
    • these truths as something all-embracing, but it has to go over
    • thorough inkling of truth from their deepest feeling, they
    • not exist in truth. It impregnates the human being; it divests
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    • to him to say: truth must get at me; I must behave passively to
    • truth. Hence, one can object to the spiritual researcher very
    • easily: you put up concepts of truth which are not in such a
    • way, as the concepts of truth of the outer life or the outer
    • science; and these truth concepts say: I believe what is
    • grasp truth if one is no longer kept to the apron strings of
    • to any dogmatism of facts, but feels the light of truth shining
    • used only to the inner conception of the living truth. One can
    • dictate the truth, but to experience it immediately. However,
    • himself to experience truth in such a way, spiritual science is
    • spiritual-scientific truths would be errors or pipe
    • Not a single scientific or historical truth
    • However, truth itself must thereby become
    • become this. While one receives the truth, otherwise, like a
    • internally. One receives the truth like a sum of spiritual
    • still inside. Since in truth his mental and physical being have
    • truth, of judgement. The soul has to get used more and more not
    • experience truth. The human beings who were educated in the
    • of truth in itself that the human being needs in the more
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    • Science, having scrutinized so minutely the three kingdoms of
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    • this were really the whole truth, then it would be little
    • have elements of truth. Many other related factors would also
    • attack a child's sense of truth and reality. But these days
    • exist. But this is not the truth at all! In regard to
    • pedagogical impulses scrutinized here, the necessity of
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    • nature of the human being, and that it contradicts the truth.
    • truth, however, that only in the thirty-fifth year is one
    • truth, and other qualities of greatness, will stimulate
    • truth, beauty, and goodness. At this stage, the unconscious
    • world is being truthfully interpreted for them. When adjusting
    • commit an untruth. However, in teaching there are always
    • believe the truth of this image, which is used only to
    • believes the truth of this picture. Then one's attitude could
    • is real in the world, and I do believe the truth of this image.
    • Notice the difference: If teachers believe in the truth of
    • untruth would be in asking something I already know. But I
    • other things. The whole question of untruth in the teacher is
    • untruth that enters the classroom than if teachers ask
    • element of untruth into their lessons.
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    • young.” But this is not the truth. Not at all. What
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    • I am not saying that the art of dancing is brutal, but that, if
    • eurythmy slides into a form of dancing, it is being brutalized.
    • is possible that such perversions of truth are taken in with
    • word contained in it — the untruth of such criticism
    • everything belonging to it by spreading untruths and gross
    • I were to tell you even a small part of the untruths, real
    • untruths being spread about anthroposophy, we could not go home
    • it, untruths being disseminated in most underhanded ways, and
    • perversions of the truth. I am not begging you to come to the
    • friends, but the enthusiasm for defending the truth by
    • these untruths, I were to submit within a short time
    • are not only capable of discriminating between truth and
    • untruth, but who are also willing to stand up for the
    • truth.
    • say to a number of people: “To prove the truth about our
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    • it was simply the defense of truth which
    • defense of truth is extraordinarily difficult in modern times.
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    • want it. People want to comfortably rise to higher truths which
    • with the pleasure of hearing anthroposophic truths, but should
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    • come to a standstill. It is a profound truth presented in one of the
    • in truth take place in the realm of duration when we think, feel, will;
    • To know the truth always demands our strengthening ourselves to know
    • it; truth does not come to us if we want merely to remain passive. To
    • know the truth means that one knows oneself to be standing in the two
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    • into the lower nature. The paradoxical truth appears before our soul
    • case, let us suppose that an ecclesiastical truth, not imbued with spirituality,
    • taking hold of him. And related to such an ecclesiastical truth is abstract
    • yet ready to receive the truth of the spirit, but it is necessary for
    • gain increasing momentum. In the spreading of spiritual truths there
    • spiritual truths. The Roman Catholic Church, for instance, is even
    • truths. It is obvious that if people are only allowed to frame their
    • is erected against the inflow of spiritual truths from the spiritual
    • truths which are revealed to the world from time to time it will naturally
    • of spiritual truths from the spiritual worlds; this Centre consciously
    • or tells them how the deeper truths of spiritual science are to be found
    • over certain circles by showing them one has a truth which they really
    • truth, the greater the hostility, and the more this truth proves effective
    • anthroposophy says untruth, but because they fear it will say the true
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    • to-day. Examples will show us clearly the truth of what I have been
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    • way that he sees the truth of Christ's words, ‘I am with you
    • of the pendulum; they had to come, they were a step towards the truth,
    • anthroposophical truths. When humanity has set itself free from dogma,
    • intellect, our powers of reason, our sense of truth, sufficiently; but
    • make it our own because it is truth revealed to us from spiritual
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    • with truth: ‘Through the Mystery of Golgotha a Cosmic Being
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    • experience in such a way that it is inner truth, this ‘Not I, but
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    • another. Here comes in the truth of the saying of Herakleitos, that
    • everywhere.’ That would not, however, be the truth; it might be
    • there, but it would not be the truth. For through the fact of Christ's
    • shall understand that Christ is, in truth, that Being Who is bound up
    • the Truth. He Himself has said, ‘The Truth will make you
    • first convinced that they are speaking the truth. In this connection we
    • statement was at that moment convinced of its truth.’ What does
    • that Society the irresponsible untruth of the Jesuit fairy-tale.
    • objective truth of what he says.
    • be to the soul a teacher of truth, a teacher of the highest sense of
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    • ever in need of truths which cannot, in every age, be wholly
    • understood. The assimilation of truths is not only of significance for
    • our knowledge; Truths in themselves contain life-force; and by
    • permeating ourselves with truth, we permeate our soul being with a
    • taken from outside in order to live. Deep truths are indeed expressed
    • and gradually be understood. The assimilation of the truths that are to
    • cannot as yet understand the truths in their inner depths. Later on,
    • the truth becomes cognitional force, but it is already life-force; it
    • have the all-important connection. Let us leave this truth as it stands
    • necessary for the growth of plants, but that is only half of the truth.
    • remain objectively in what was left behind. That is a truth, for we do
    • grasp it as life-truth and then understand it later. The resurrection
    • sins’ is to be an expression of a truth it must contain as an
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    • for truth.
    • evolution of humanity properly when we realize that truths are not always
    • birth and death from the way the universe is ordered? What is the truth
    • in full, clear waking consciousness the cosmic truths that have been
    • As these truths are made known and as he comes to understand them, they
    • inner union with these truths and you will observe three things. First
    • that untruthfulness approaches you, untruthfulness in any form, either
    • when you yourself are tempted to be careless about the truth or when
    • you, warning you, pointing to the truth, admonishing you and impelling
    • you to hold fast to the truth, wanting to prevent falsehood from entering
    • A sign pointing the way to a sense for truth—apart from all other
    • me, directing me toward the truth”: then you will have found the
    • truth, illness through health-giving thoughts that put us into immediate
    • is not just a phrase, it is truth. Christ has not only revealed Himself
    • feel it to be the Christ-truth raying forth from Him and reflected in
    • truths in the right way if we see them in their contemporary reflection—not
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    • for truth.
    • then something happens that is truth, not illusion. Something is drawn
    • into a sacramental act; and this act contains exact truth in contrast
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    • saving truths. Think how it was with Scholasticism in this respect:
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    • for truth.
    • can discover the truth about himself by reviewing his own biography
    • fact. That is the truth. You will see from this also that since those
    • to enter the world of truth! If you want dogmatism, you will not be
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    • for truth.
    • the truth because he is confused by a philosophic maxim that plays a
    • certain leitmotivs; but its truth will only be fully revealed when we
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    • for truth.
    • The human soul-attitude is not always described so truthfully as Bismarck
    • the truth. He has thought it all out; it is not something that can be
    • will acknowledge the truth of what we have had to repeat over and over
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    • for truth.
    • or hear a scientific talk, we are learning the truth. If we are really
    • independent of what they do in their body. This is the task of truth—the
    • other is a caricature of truth. And such caricatures of the true spiritual
    • of peace. For, in truth, men love to hold thoughts that act like narcotics.
    • that we shared last night. One hopes that the truth of that experience
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    • word for reliance on the truth; they cut off any criticism of any part
    • your word displaces the truth; the thought “I must not place myself
    • they must give up their positions in the hierarchy so that the truth
    • truth-seeking forces in themselves and thus fall prey to partial stupefaction.
    • In truth, for many people, you are the greatest enemy they have ever
    • carried by someone communicating esoteric truths. It seems that many
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    • up to them truthfully without any occult disguises. That is also the
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    • world suitably pure and beautiful, we must develop our feeling for truth
    • of truthfulness literally enough, and the result is not only nonsensical
    • but also harmful. Truthfulness is a concept that has to be applied extremely
    • plane have been studded and embellished with esoteric truths. Let me
    • our eyes to the harm people can cause by applying occult truths on the
    • that's the plain and simple truth. In esoteric societies men and women
    • obeyed! But if they were truthful, they would just admit that they have
    • life much more readily than by getting the truth mixed up with all kinds
    • with esoteric truths leads to ever greater harm because it makes people
    • an attitude we also need for understanding esoteric truths.
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    • — truth in exactitude, and exactitude in truthfulness. In outer
    • reason for being here is to hear various esoteric truths. However, my
    • for esoteric truths.
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    • truth.
    • world's truths hold for human beings. Then you will realize that you
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    • This is the truth, and you can really empathize with this man.
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    • in everyday life our choice of truths is dictated by emotional impulses,
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    • the truth if, having read Swedenborg, he were to say that he doesn't
    • truth, coming to this conclusion is inevitable because the concept of
    • to untruthfulness when people are not honest enough to admit that all
    • Untruthfulness emerges when these people talk about eroticism but conceal
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    • facts. The belief that the truth can be arrived at by proceeding to
    • the whole way we deal with spiritual scientific truths ought to make
    • could be further from the truth. Perhaps it will help you understand
    • But what is the truth of
    • make an effort to be truthful and call a spade a spade. In our materialistic
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    • have the truth of the things — gets only around to
    • vault of heaven. In truth, it extends into the infinite, and
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    • what works in truth killing on our organism. I note here that I
    • truth! — Nobody will find it more comprehensible than I do if
    • a theory, we feel such a truth only as a truth of life. Since
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    • his proud words: “Who wants to follow the truth has to go
    • The truth of the things within the spiritual tie.
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    • story follows how Naboth who is in truth the bearer of Elijah's
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    • as irrefutable truth had proved to be true if the scientific
    • dies. One may say that just the fairest sense of truth and
    • to belittle things that have arisen from a real sense of truth
    • their ideas by their sense of truth and their intellectual
    • back in truth to a spiritual prototype.
    • being has only become weak in truth with the outer creation,
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    • immediate truth, and that at most an error may originate
    • Truth and Science,
    • recognise the truth of the world phenomena and to put himself
    • scientific concepts. It does not correspond to truth in what
    • by the sun. Both truths must combine to a whole truth. It is
    • In this overcoming in truth,
    • Can find itself in Christ in truth.
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    • subjected to inner logical laws, and that one can reach truth
    • to truth that the human beings have developed their
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    • Spiritual science, filled with its truth, can wait for the year
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    • of the truth of reincarnation and karma, he can still assume that that which is in him which is
    • way that, indeed, truth had to serve to any age for which it
    • this age has always rejected truth. Hence, spiritual science
    • spiritual-scientific truth: “During all centuries, the
    • poor truth had to blush about the fact that it was paradoxical,
    • truth of the time, that the individual has to die before the
    • truth is victorious, spiritual science yet shows that in the
    • experience the victory of truth, — our
    • victory of truth, this victory and all victories, because the
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    • acknowledge his inquiries more or less as historical truth,
    • from any other science, but the basic truths remain and settle
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    • not govern! People felt that there was a great deal of truth in this
    • the proletarian movement through Marxism. Lassalle felt this truth, when
    • into this contradiction, we discover in it a truth of tremendous import
    • of a truth is the circumstance whether it is uttered fifty years sooner
    • wish to understand the social organism, without grasping the truth of
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    • But he would speak the truth, if he would stress the following point,
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    • things, we don't, need' to investigate truth, for we have it through
    • to devote themselves to the investigation of truth, in earnest fruitful,
    • they do not bother about investigating the truth, for their chief aim
    • people care at all for a real investigation of truth? No, their chief
    • enclose spiritual-scientific truths within their own abstract limits
    • between truth and that which people gather from their inner being; emotions
    • our subjective views to objective truths! In order to have a clear outlook
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    • truths that I develop cannot be proved in the usual sense with
    • as directly given by experience. The truths must be
    • the beholding consciousness that becomes truth up to a certain
    • This is an astonishing truth, if one recognises it in its whole
    • said something that can grieve you deeply: truth appears there
    • is not searched but which arises as an objective truth. The
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    • understand this in its truth with the usual consciousness.
    • sincerity and truthfulness must be there. But one can only say,
    • in spite of any sincerity and truthfulness. This signifies
    • so that he can convince himself of the truth of the spiritual
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    • immortality turns out as truth by the way how this true soul
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    • organism. In truth, all senses are relatively independent.
    • recognises this exceptionally important truth by spiritual
    • brutality in this human attitude compared with psychology,
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    • matter. Since the strange result turns out that the real truth
    • about objections can arise against such an enclosing truth.
    • science. Among those who recognised this significant truth, I
    • hereditary conditions. We fight for justice and truth, and are
    • ethical life brutally. However, today one can be a significant
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    • he just found a quarter truth, the whole has rather restrained
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    • that he accepts it only as a mission. In truth, I said, the
    • hypotheses. However, these are only truths of thought. The
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    • truth, then in every soul or at least in every impartial soul a
    • up by an impartial logic and by a healthy sense of truth what
    • sense of truth and healthy logic, but this is a lack of every
    • with a healthy sense of truth and with any logic. - Thus, we
    • of that opinion that one can only gain truth, knowledge if one
    • researcher of truth and striving human being in such a way.
    • same logic, with the same healthy sense of truth as the natural
    • just with the best seekers of truth and in a field where one
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    • truth in beauty, in art, and when I tried to show that there
    • here to take more for truth than one can take, indeed, with the
    • so that then for us the supposition could become truth: there
    • truth for them. However, in order to get to the spiritual
    • same applies to my book Truth and Knowledge.
    • can check by healthy sense of truth and impartial logic whether
    • of the informed; healthy sense of truth and logic without
    • is some truth in it, and someone must express himself absurdly
    • becomes the decisive factor of truth. In the soul must be
    • must find the authority in himself to look for truth. Yes, we
    • truth. However, the spiritual researcher searches the
    • confirmation of truth from the inside. He makes the reverse. If
    • the world upside down with their craziness. Since in truth the
    • the remaining research of truth; the other researchers do the
    • healthy sense of truth and unprejudiced logic, even if he is
    • truth, all the more because it is connected with the deepest
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    • of new truth in his development and education, one will also
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    • goes forward in truth in my brain. If I could describe these
    • see red. However, in truth it would be in such a way: if we
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    • spheres, which the Pythagoreans represented as truth. This
    • I) either only as a phrase or as a higher truth. Where
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    • — if he is filled with basic truth — a clear
    • me what I work. — Truth is a long way from this thought
    • of the truth about egoism has to go more intimately into
    • concerning the social life in truth, who takes out a patent of
    • core and fetches truth there can show us the true face of the
    • conditions, he suffers in truth from that which his fellow men
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    • this truth must be taken from completely different sources,
    • truth, we never have in the physical material human being
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    • god does not teach you the truth and keeping your word. We know
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    • to convince himself of such truth, such knowledge, visiting
    • able not only to read this truth but also to ascertain it. He
    • taught a uniform ground of knowledge, an ancient truth in that
    • really in the core of truth of the religions can obtain the
    • the religion shows this core of truth, which I have just
    • truth also expressed in it. If you correctly understand the
    • Theosophy means wisdom and truth, theology means the doctrine
    • of wisdom and truth. As well as theology originated from
    • truth, which I tried to outline from the Tao up to the
    • central point, the core of truth in the different religions.
    • science is to look for the core of truth in our external
    • of truth in all religions to find it in our own. We recognised
    • which shows the religious truth as something childish; and that
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    • of the higher truth: I myself. I must drop this difference
    • his inside speak and the highest truth is revealed. —
    • literal truth.
    • he recognises gradually as manifestations of spiritual truths.
    • carried out it, this dream would just have revealed the truth.
    • usual, and then the truth of it must be found in the
    • realisation. We have to be convinced of its inner truth from
    • next stage of the spiritual life is that where we grasp truth
    • where truth becomes transparent to us. One calls the first
    • Society also had to accept the principle: no law above truth,
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    • does truth live in us? Truth lives in us where we pledge
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    • a deepening, a spiritualisation of the truthful teachings of
    • higher than truth, is surely often misunderstood by such like
    • world movement should overcome this. Truth is not in our
    • truth, historical reality on the big stage of life. One must
    • something that is actual reality, actual truth. We should
    • truth. — For truth flowed out of their mouths; that truth
    • become messengers of the divine truth. With Christ Jesus, it
    • the great and beautiful saying: I am the way, the truth and the
    • Christianity the truth that became person, life, and existence.
    • wounds. — It was the truth element of the living together
    • between faith and knowledge, between truth and feeling. The
    • word meaning truth, and Jesus is life. While eternity appeared
    • great truth in the religious documents is recognized everywhere
    • “I am the way, the truth and the life” faces you
    • humanity can again perceive the word of truth. Christ Jesus was
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    • Not as if the old truth is no longer true, it does not concern
    • scientific truth preconditions are necessary. A certain
    • cannot be such proofs of the spiritual-scientific truth as one
    • character and the sense of the spiritual-scientific truth.
    • Life delivers the proofs of the spiritual-scientific truth and
    • human race advances concerning truth. Everybody would be
    • Some run literally wild by the spiritual-scientific truth as in
    • centuries exactly just as the scientific truth, the
    • depths, they often pointed with big life humour to this truth,
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    • However, this cannot prevent us from facing the truth and from
    • through the doubt, and not before we can doubt all truth, we
    • are able to take possession of truth really. Who has never
    • truth. However, who overcomes the doubt gains higher knowledge
    • truth. Christ Jesus said this. He still lives according to his
    • it becomes rigid. This is the deeper truth of life of the
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    • instinctively — it is in truth the astral light which
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    • experience higher truth for which perhaps they cannot account
    • in truth, they are in each other — all that is reflected
    • another way, deep truth is expressed if we look, for example,
    • external symbolic expression of this secret truth.
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    • but in outlines, which do not contain less truth. I would like
    • space. Mathematics is the access to the infinite truth.
    • Then he heard Fichte, and from him the great truth of the ego
    • kind, according to their character in those days into the truth
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    • symbolic suggestions of great inner human truth in the myth. It
    • myth is a representation of deep truth, of high spiritual
    • truth. However, someone understands the form of truth who has a
    • sense of the core and the living spring of truth. It is the
    • core of this truth, and by this attitude, which constitutes the
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    • us upwards. This must not be interpreted trivially. In truth,
    • else than pictures and expressions of great truth. The pictures
    • he has arrived at certain stages. Truth is announced to people
    • tribes and peoples that can grasp the great truth only in
    • Spiritual science contains the same truth that was put before
    • each other, but also that which lives as truth in the spirit of
    • the present. Truth lives at all times and expresses itself in
    • the most various forms. If we penetrate into this truth, we
    • truth announces itself to all peoples, to all human beings.
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    • regarded as unimportant, when in truth they are symptoms
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    • truth) when they speak of the authorized “Kingdom
    • actually the truth. The truth is, the earth is asleep in
    • perhaps quarter-truths. One has to investigate every
    • up toying with analogies if one wants to reach the truth.
    • organism one comes to the truth only if one stands upside
    • reality, the truth! The social organism is our angry
    • reaches the correct and helpful truth only if one knows
    • corresponding truth. This man is Fritz Mauthner, who has
    • truths, be comprehended by a healthy human understanding.
    • proclaims its truth. That is also something that we must
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    • actually is the truth? Something quite different from
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    • brutality.
    • either by mystic comfort or by brutal action. That is
    • and therefore it is accompanied by thoughtless, brutal
    • founding of Rome. Brutes were held together in order to
    • legitimate Roman instinct to tame brutish human passions.
    • thoughtless brutal action, that refuses everything else,
    • and on the other hand thoughtless, brutal action. The
    • brutal unspiritual act is militarism, the fundamental
    • anthroposophical truths were cut up into trivial phrases
    • me, truth reigns in external events, for that affair is
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    • term occult science for the sum of truth and knowledge about
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    • spiritual-scientific truths in our inside; any external can be
    • profundities. These are the most common truths at the same
    • comparison completely suitable. The mathematical truth is
    • as you want, you can never find the steadfast truth that these
    • truths.
    • things compared with such truths that one recognises inside.
    • right. The majority decides nothing at all on truth. If you
    • truths inside. As true it is that majority decides nothing on
    • mathematical truths, as true it is that — if the conditions are
    • of mathematical truth. However, it is long ago that one looked
    • continues this scientific truth wrongly comes to the
    • necessary today to show how to use the scientific truths, as
    • understand the spiritual-scientific truths after they have been
    • truths. Everything that will be said in this winter course as a
    • only what eyes see and hands seize and to be able to take truth
    • first and then the physical one. The truth of this example is
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    • certain events, of truth and wisdom. Today, however, the
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    • spiritual-scientific truth. Does occult science bear the blame
    • can protect the human being to see the truthful behind the
    • truth of something obvious to the human being, it would say how
    • acquaintance with the truth of occult science the human being
    • into the truth and knowledge of occult science, and not taking
    • spiritual-scientific truth. As the wood and the coal make the
    • stove warm, the real spiritual-scientific truth makes the human
    • the ego. The theosophical or spiritual-scientific truth is so
    • spiritual-scientific truth, only frees the human being from
    • It is a high truth on the
    • significant truth. Hence, it is useless at all; if in
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    • what is true is true! Indeed a certain amount of the truths, let us
    • truths cannot be true either in a bourgeois sense or a proletarian sense.
    • the point, the point is that the truths enclose a certain field; if
    • be truths, but they are truths that are useful, convenient and suitable
    • just for middle-class circles, whereas outside are many other truths
    • the point is not that the truths of chemistry and mathematics are true
    • but that there exist besides other truths able to throw on the former
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    • of catechism and as run in the ruts they have made; or those thoughts
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    • truth. In my latest book,
    • to criticise it, in face of the love of truth with which
    • profound truths which so surprise us in his
    • nay, even a sleeping truth, for it is nonsense. Otherwise we
    • was able to express the very deepest truths in his
    • in comparatively early youth — truths which grew
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    • brain- system, so we may say with equal truth, In sleep he must
    • is of course a fragment of truth in all these things. But we
    • be so brutally clear and bright as the perceptions we receive
    • truth-—so deep that we may call it a truth of the
    • remarkable truth lies hidden here. That which on Earth we often
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    • He is also a clear demonstration of the deep truth, continually stressed
    • and one must speak about them, for they are the truth and must be recognized.
    • incapable of understanding the realities of life. Yet the truth is that
    • the agrarian is towards brutishness; in the industrial it is towards
    • It is useless to harbor spiritual knowledge as an abstract general truth,
    • do not want to hear the truth. Yet the truth has to be faced if mankind
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    • of real life; for real life shows in fact the opposite. The truth is
    • be replaced. This truth strikes us all the more in exceptional cases
    • someone taking hold, in a fundamental way, of the spiritual truths which
    • of single individuals: ultimate truth. We have been robbed of all this
    • truth. He rejects what in the age of enlightenment had been seen as
    • idea that when it comes to the human soul's ability to grasp truth it
    • truth yet cannot find the Christ and is unaware that he does not find
    • and ourselves only through being permeated by Christ. This truth can
    • man to truth. However, blaming reason simply shows that the matter has
    • truth. Similarly if faith is permeated by Lucifer it also leads away
    • from truth. Faith is in danger of being saturated with Lucifer, reason
    • with Ahriman. But neither faith nor reason as such lead to untruth or
    • follow their rightful path they will lead to truth, never to either
    • error or untruth. Deeper insight reveals how Ahriman comes to insinuate
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    • historians. They will scrutinize documents, found in archives everywhere,
    • refuted in my books Truth and Knowledge and The Philosophy
    • of thinking employed. I venture to say that, though my Truth and
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    • pedantic and narrow ideas of the Scholastics. But in truth, compared
    • and characteristics such as stupidity, pride, untruthfulness and so
    • devil is seen as the weakness of a great man. But in truth the weakness
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    • truth, will not believe such abrupt transition possible. He would find
    • overcome it, Luther spoke a truth that holds good for the fifth post-Atlantean
    • the inner truth of things, the attention is focused only on the external
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    • vice. These truths are not comfortable but truths they are. In the individual
    • point to a deep truth uttered by Christ Jesus but one which people will
    • the request itself is a selfless one. The truth is that when people
    • day of blessing when a greater number of people recognize the truth
    • is also a truth which is not pleasant to hear, especially by someone
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    • truths which have been and are being given in order to assure a
    • apocalyptic things. This is how great truths were taught in
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    • many people doubt that Anthroposophical truths support and
    • soon as one sees that Anthroposophical truths are valid because
    • they all support each other, so that the truths mutually
    • truths mutually support each other, and one will then work
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    • The truth of the matter is that what is created by the
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    • old ruts, and they're really denying this indwelling of the
    • materialism as a truth with the deepest inner cynicism today
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    • spiritual truths contained in St. John's mysterious pictures.
    • between truth and lies. Here one gets into a region where
    • and truth which one has in the physical world. It is a complete
    • error to think that one can use the concepts of lies and truth
    • are truthful in their own way. Of course this is difficult to
    • and the corruption with respect to truth and lies then' extends
    • himself. There is a deep truth connected with this and a truth
    • thinking and feeling, for it is a real priests' truth, that is,
    • a truth which draws a priest into the spiritual realm in a
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    • who are not really human. This is a terrible truth. They walk
    • This is a terrible truth, which is present, it's a truth, and
    • call cabalistic truths spread and a few people who might have
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    • untruthfulness and all of their other weaknesses in order to
    • where can one find truth anymore? One sees that things are
    • being introduced everywhere in such a way that truth of action
    • discussed here in connection with the Apocalypse are truths
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    • said: Today, if a painter would paint it, it would no longer be a truth
    • and what made it happen. Yet the truth is, that there is a background
    • experience as truth, who wanted to carry what can be spirituality perceived
    • was Raphael's intention. And confirming its truth is this picture, a
    • truth of this we see in this picture, a picture, true, through and through,
    • truthfully in the sense of the visualizations of the time. In a sense,
    • fills the space is not the truth. But as the real truth, this is placed
    • age do, then one is lying. In truth, one is therewith denying that the
    • In the “Disputa” the truth, the spiritual truth, in the
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    • for each separate domain of culture. It can truthfully be said that in
    • undertaken in the pursuit of truth has yielded something quite special
    • in that realm too, to take a little trouble to come nearer the truth.
    • people have no gift for really seeing the truth.
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    • conception is based upon a profoundly significant truth,
    • current language of these great truths which embrace not
    • from long usage, and when with the great wisdom-truths
    • should be possible to couch every real truth in simple
    • person is in possession of some particular truth or not.
    • it are hot in possession of essential truth but only of
    • such truths as have been conveyed to them through
    • the truth is that earthly events were expressed in
    • pictures taken from the constellations. The truth is
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    • what the spiritual investigator knows to be a truth:
    • had imparted this mighty truth to his pupils,
    • the truth than the picture of evolution pieced together
    • the child be killed. Such is the legend, and its truth is
    • if not actual consciousness — of the great truths.
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    • significant truth clearly in mind: that always, whenever
    • Essenes alone were cognizant of the truth about what had
    • come to pass through Abraham. They knew the truth
    • only of physical body and etheric body. In truth, all
    • of one who is asleep. The truth is that when, during
    • truth the secrets of Initiation, the stages in the
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    • desired that people should not learn the truth or the
    • circles either did not want to hear the truth or did not
    • want the truth to come to light. Something was
    • in very truth when in the twelfth year of his life the
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    • sleep until waking, his being is in very truth spread
    • all movements based upon occult truths is that people are
    • movements. When truths discovered by supersensible
    • preclude inner truth, inasmuch as deceptive pictures
    • with the truth, and it is therefore highly instructive to
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    • world of truth I We enter this world but remain in maya
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    • truth of these matters is what I have presented in these
    • wanted to draw attention to the great truth that in
    • fact. But however strongly it may be doubted, the truth
    • truth relating to the physical body is expressed in the
    • truth applying to healings brought about in earlier times
    • path to Christ, to the new truth, they can find
    • body. The new truth relating to the astral body would
    • is he in whom is the truth, that he may speak the truth
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    • world, I shall grasp certain fundamental truths’
    • way. That is the strict truth of these matters. The
    • grasp the truths it contains. — But let us
    • different sense because we recognize it to be the truth.
    • teaching but we live only for the truth. With the
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    • truth. But what does modern Bible exegesis make of these
    • is not so. The truth is that in respect of its material,
    • Jesus presents this truth to the disciples. The way in
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    • nowadays. But a rudiment at least of this truth has been
    • teachings cognizant of the truth about men of genius, it
    • literal truth, that Zarathustra too had developed to the
    • The truth
    • truth of Paul's subsequent declaration is confirmed,
    • so. For to us it is the truth that matters and not any
    • particular viewpoint. The truth is that in those lofty
    • humility. And when we are aware of the truth of this
    • doubly apparent. But through the inner truth and reality
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    • put the old truth of the opposition coming from the Luciferic
    • Air, and Water. That was a deep Initiation-Truth of the
    • knowledge, it was known as an Initiation-Truth, that Jehovah
    • seeks an outlet in materialism, and mocks all truths permeated
    • you recently of the especially ruthless and ugly attack which
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    • structure correspond as a truth to the living man, but when I
    • But a corpse is an untruth and as it is it cannot exist, and so
    • deeper than any which have arisen as physical truth in Natural
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    • this history. Do you think they will get much truth? Certainly not.
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    • truth as intensely as Goethe.
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    • everywhere deposits, as it were, of ancient truths of initiation, but
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    • the truth of this sentence cannot be tested. It is a picture. But
    • super-sensible truths with someone else that we notice this change
    • in our memory with respect to these truths. From this we can see
    • they have thought. Anyone who really presents super-sensible truths
    • not thought-out philosophical truth. They are experiences, but
    • enter the spiritual world is the truth of the preexistence of
    • really experiences the truth that moral laws are also objective
    • step of initiation knowledge. Because man does not seek untruth and
    • error but truth, we must first get an impression of the truth in
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    • anthroposophists many of the truths already known to us. Perhaps you
    • it now is mere semblance; so is the heart. The truth is that our lung
    • suspicion of the truth. The interior of the sun is not a ball
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    • investigation for wisdom and truth, the inner creativity of the
    • world in truth, and receive it in such imaginations. Then these
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    • Higher Hierarchies. The truth is that the hour of decision for
    • which belongs to the world of supersensible truths, the more
    • think they can tell the truth very clearly and who are gifted
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    • And universal truth
    • accord with this occult truth the festival of Christmas,
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    • “absolute truths” but that it is in living
    • truth the human being lives with his soul. In this spiritual
    • someone who is habitually eager to accept the truth of the
    • outer sensory world only will discover that truths of the
    • different from the truths of the sensory world that they could
    • you must experience something new, incredible, paradox as truth
    • you have still to acknowledge as truth concerning the sensory
    • truth of a spiritual being or a spiritual fact — what
    • receives truthful experience.
    • has received the religion as truth from divine heights and one
    • his way to the truth of the spiritual world with the forces
    • of truth in the religion that one is not afraid that this truth
    • will comply with that truth which the human being finds with
    • science. That, however, which works there as religious truth
    • seizes the soul different from a cognitive truth as
    • way of the religious truth speaks from every page of this book.
    • However, today deeper truths are trivialised as a rule because
    • religion and cognitive truth. One is allowed to repeat
    • truth, one can assume — if the human being approaches the
    • progress, but on the contrary, the religious truth will feel
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    • spiritual researcher speaks of the most elementary truths
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    • for his sake. Not because this is the only saving truth to
    • know that it is a paradoxical truth even today that people do
    • Nevertheless, one has to acknowledge that truth. Then one will
    • truth?
    • truth from one side apprehensively, which must work reforming
    • However, this truth can be complemented on the other side,
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    • truths are nothing but the transformed tones of a barrel organ
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    • Truth and not allowing it to de-motivate you because in fact
    • the truth is most detested. If you wish to spread some secular
    • you want to spread the truth people sense your intention and
    • truth. Errors soon come to nothing but by encountering the
    • truth, the opposition grasp at anything in defence, big or
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    • the elementary idea: the Movement must be truthful. We may not
    • undervalue how strong the present day untruthfulness, the inner
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    • theologians had to create their own principles of truth from
    • opposite cultural life which resulted in deep inner untruth.
    • ethic ideal. There exists only one truth for the science of
    • must search for the truth and conclude there is no other way
    • always steers towards deeper untruthfulness if one doesn't
    • totally inward, truthful aspect. For this reason it is
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    • the truth, contains within itself something which can be
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    • truth of these words must live in us. We may not neglect
    • Then may you express the following truth: If this Act of
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    • today. Actually, a kind of untruthful element enters into the
    • depicted within the Gospels. The precise truth in the Gospels
    • comprehensible through the human heart. In contrast the truth
    • truth, the New Testament does not become less beautiful,
    • hope you can experience it as the truth — what I mentioned
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    • Thus during sleep man becomes in very truth a cosmic being. This
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    • acknowledge, actually, as truth fulfilling his soul. The second
    • stand on a firm ground of truth and to get explanation about
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    • faced: the doctrine of double truth. Both thinkers Albert and
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    • it: those who spoke of double truth did not take the view that
    • reach are two different things, but are two truths
    • us to believe other truth contents than the real truth because
    • with the truth, with the religious contents. The thinkers
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    • that is contradictory to the spiritually revealed truth in us?
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    • a way that the human being gets finally to truth
    • intellect should be separated from the truths of a spiritual
    • truths of a spiritual world, which the religious contents
    • spiritual truths that the church had delivered, as they faced
    • booklet Truth and
    • is in other words, and this is just the paradox: we have truth
    • because we ourselves make it; we have truth in the subject
    • because we ourselves produce it. We bring truth only into the
    • pursuit of truth, the desperation of getting truth anyhow from
    • the things. Hence, the dictates: truth can only exist if we
    • pursuit of truth, because truth cannot exist if it is created
    • truth, that is appearance.
    • considered according to truth, appear absolutely different than
    • are in truth but spiritual beings.
    • first in my writings Truth and
    • from the fact that one cannot directly find truth in the world
    • truth.
    • Truth and Science,
    • writing Truth and
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    • into abstract truths — so much the more are they dependent on
    • of reincarnation and karma, which are truths extending beyond the
    • willed, as their habits of thought are remote from spiritual truths.
    • The question might here be asked: Why, then, does spiritual truth
    • flower is cut by a ruthless hand, we experience a certain pain. So it
    • properly, pain is the result. It is just like the ruthless cutting of
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    • realise the truth of what will now be said — not as the outcome
    • spiritual-scientific investigation that in very truth our parents, or
    • nevertheless we may well hit upon the truth in regard to someone who
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    • the truth of the law of karma may be awakened. If such questions are
    • life if a considerable number of people are convinced of the truths
    • themselves in such truths, men's attitude to life will be quite
    • certainly become inwardly convinced of the truth of reincarnation and
    • the truth of the ideas of reincarnation and karma. And so the
    • the truths of reincarnation and karma can penetrate into external
    • convinced of the truth of the law of karma, he will inevitably begin
    • human soul being convinced of the truth of reincarnation and
    • with the truth of reincarnation and karma? What will be necessary in
    • in childhood, in the way that children now are convinced of the truth
    • Was any proof of the truth of
    • the truth of its conclusions? Nobody could have done so. Yet think of
    • its truths and its errors. If culture is not to fall into decline,
    • the truths of reincarnation and karma must take equally firm
    • play their part in ensuring that the truths of reincarnation and
    • the truths of reincarnation and karma, the capacity to take in
    • of the truths embraced in the words ‘reincarnation’ and
    • intellectual grasp of fundamental truths, it must nevertheless be
    • East led to Buddhism. Buddhism has the conviction of the truth of
    • of the truths of reincarnation and karma.
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    • many years past we have been studying anthroposophical truths,
    • its truths could be accessible just as in the case of the truths of
    • the very reason why the most important truths for humanity have lived
    • What are the most important truths that should be implanted in
    • Society. The mission of Anthroposophy is to bring new truths, new
    • something that is similar to all the great spiritual truths that have
    • are fundamental truths which do indeed penetrate into humanity as
    • lies in the two truths which really belong to the most fundamental of
    • two truths of reincarnation and karma. It may be said that the first
    • for example, be said that in Western culture, certain truths —
    • assumes when reincarnation and karma are received as truths into the
    • truths of reincarnation and karma — that is the essential
    • the religious life only through the truths of reincarnation and
    • knowledge of these truths necessarily expect new illumination to be
    • for the truths of reincarnation and karma to become an integral part
    • is able to acquire the right insight into the truths of reincarnation
    • life as other truths have done. In the near future, reincarnation and
    • opposite — will be necessary for acceptance of the truths of
    • Anthroposophy, especially of the fundamental truths of reincarnation
    • these truths must become a much stronger and more widespread
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    • apart from its history, just as geometrical truths exist independently
    • allow certain esoteric truths to flow, by spiritual ways, into the
    • actual discovery of spiritual truths and the
    • truth in the higher worlds. Clairvoyance is the necessary
    • pre-requisite for the discovery of a spiritual truth, but only for its
    • from science itself the proofs of the spiritual truths of
    • spiritual truths for himself but this would be a much lengthier path.
    • source of all spiritual truths. If the teacher knows the mathematical
    • truths and imparts them to his pupil, the pupil is no longer called
    • truths through their own inherent correctness and all he needs is to
    • shortening the path to the highest truths.
    • These lectures will show you that it is possible for truth to flow
    • foundations of the science of worlds and to allow the spiritual truths
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    • the true Akasha Chronicle. The truth of this matter had sometime to be
    • — I answer: It is around us all the time. In very truth it is so.
    • light alone but in very truth the activity of spiritual beings, among
    • enfolds the earth; here is Devachan, in very truth. After the period
    • to point to where, in truth, the Dead are to be found have any
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    • progress. But if the event is related untruthfully, in a way that does
    • a part of evolution. Everyone who tells the truth actually promotes
    • there. If his thoughts had contained much truth, these traces gather
    • thoughts, above all those that are untruthful, generate demoniacal
    • You will remember that religious documents express these truths. When
    • speaks the truth or lies; for beings created by truth or by lies
    • You see therefore that lies and untruths of earlier ages appear in
    • indicates how much deep truth is contained in myths and sagas. You
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    • truth, valid for all men, find themselves together in the one truth.
    • remain individually separate, so must the truth to which all are
    • men must work energetically towards truth, for only then can they live
    • truth, but there are different standpoints and therefore strife and
    • dissension arises. That denotes a knowledge of truth which is not
    • standpoints, one must first experience that truth is single and
    • you. There is no democracy about truth. And those who are not yet in
    • harmony have not penetrated far enough into the truth — thence
    • originates all quarreling over truth. It may be said: “Yes, but
    • truth in the widest circles; that is the mission of that epoch. And
    • occult truth everywhere — right into life — and applying it
    • lies at the centre — occult truth.
    • It is not a matter of having some abstract knowledge of the truths of
    • something they have once brought into a beautiful concept is a truth
    • blood. Thus the truth is exactly the opposite of what materialistic
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    • the truth by retracing our steps to earlier stages of humanity.
    • “full of grace and truth,” and moreover in such a way that
    • Truth and Science.
    • body. All imaginative knowledge based on truth is at the same time
    • about through men themselves. He who accepts the truth in his present
    • form for the deeper truths.
    • path of mankind. Everyone who will not accept this truth of the
    • it. An earnest, true striving for truth, step by step, this alone
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    • ancient truths had been voiced to the world, — old-world
    • truths, obtained by atavistic clairvoyance in the pre-historic
    • Doctrine of Blavatsky; grand truths, along with terrible
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture II: The Theosophical Society: A Common Body with a Conscious Self. Blavatsky Phenomenon
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    • that time to pursue Theosophy. Rut to have the requisite light
    • him. Rut the other, was the conception which the rest had of
    • what truth is a question into which we won't for the moment
    • society must be: Whom lies only in Truth. —
    • There is a very interesting Compendium of the Truths of
    • behind. Rut still, however, the special feature of these secret
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    • being wide of the truth, that somewhere or other, from some
    • living truth, through this same phenomenon of Blavatsky,
    • understanding by the displayed truths of revelation. And it was
    • moisture. Rut it was all in vain; for the effect was a most
    • perceive the truth in such matters does, you see, amongst other
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    • in men. For, in truth, the majority of people are given to most
    • in a suitable way, any sort of truth whatever from those
    • what way, then, were truths of this sort put before men in
    • brought men, the truths of Christianity cannot be proved. The
    • truths of Christianity cannot be proved by it. And so,
    • number of others for the cultivation of spiritual truths:
    • up in places such as I have just described. Rut still, it was
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture V: Anti-Christianity. - The Healing of the Gulf.
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    • Golgotha could be taken from the ancient Mysteries. Rut it must
    • receive through anthroposophy. Rut if one stopped short at
    • a direct criterion of truth. — One may know what is false
    • definition, one of Nietzsche's definitions, as regards Truth.
    • truth of the matter.
    • was the Wheel of Births. Rut that a wheel is not of such
    • tendency turned very anglo-chauvinist. Rut this very
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    • expositions, and have carried away a certain impression. Rut
    • world of to-day, that an investigator of anthroposophic truths
    • principal human truths, the principal cosmic truths. And my
    • Rut she didn't interfere with it. She even, in the beginning,
    • out the truth of what I have just said. — For, of course,
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture VII: The Third Stage: The Present Day. - Life-Conditions of the Anthroposophical Society
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    • gospels. And, led thus by the gospels, certain definite truths
    • original character. Rut still, one must not forget, that all
    • years 1914 and 1918. Rut still, those who look a little closer
    • greater tolerance and, above all things, greater truthfulness.
    • truthfulness and on earnestness. What in a way
    • case, the more wide-spread Anthroposophy becomes. Rut so long
    • greater tolerance and, above all things, greater truthfulness.
    • truthfulness and on earnestness. What in a way
    • case, the more wide-spread Anthroposophy becomes. Rut so long
    • that in actual truth they didn't want to hear any more from me.
    • in truth, it is one of the life-conditions of a society like
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture VIII: Conclusions: The Anthroposophical Society and its Future Conduct.
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    • to this point in Goethe's world conception. Rut then, however,
    • accept this as pure truth. Mankind is compelled by fearful
    • was a dreadful thing, of course. Rut it is the ultimate honest
    • very often to bleed people. Rut with all these sailors, who had
    • fine and marked sense for truth and circumstantial accuracy,
    • fixed programmes. Rut just ask yourselves whether, in the
    • course, instead, — little private circles. Rut an
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • of our sleeping state, where clings in truth that last remnant of
    • the spiritual elements of truth, wisdom and perception, far
    • truths which emanated from the superperceptual regions — a world
    • these paths, in order to attain to those truths and revelations
    • realize and to feel, that in truth each individual man is an
    • its spiritual counterpart is Truth. Here is a definite statement
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    • truth veritable pictures of the Spirit-World, flashed before the
    • this truth would be as sensible as to doubt that we can really
    • The experiences of all who have in truth
    • learnt that the passage of the stars was in truth an expression
    • to find the truth.’
    • that path which culminates in man himself, we find in the brute
    • methods, that the primitive states of mankind are in truth
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    • this truth first dawned upon him, his great soul was so affected
    • realization of the sublime truth underlying such
    • longer apprehend them in their truth and reality; we must turn
    • Divine truth.
    • driven to the acceptance of this concept as a truth brought
    • reincarnations the increasing realization of the truth of St.
    • every faculty, in order to give truth to the affirmation: —
    • truths to be wonderfully in accord with the concepts of Spiritual
    • fresh truths and data brought forward by external science, to
    • which will carry him above all illusion and bring him to truth
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    • sentiments, that we are in truth arraigning and searching our
    • Sea. Concealed beneath this narrative lies a wonderful truth
    • the whole outlook and soul-life of the brute creation is dreamy
    • brute creation and that of the ancient soul-life of man. Although
    • often exaggerated, there is a certain amount of truth underlying
    • of Spiritual Science knows that brute nature is so closely
    • reveals its deepest truths when subject to thought and reflection
    • realize this glorious truth: —
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    • In order that this truth which sheds so great a
    • Hebrew race. It was well known that in truth the religion of
    • house which belonged to the widow. But in reality the inner truth
    • is to be decided if in truth the priests of Baal are endowed with
    • body of Naboth was in truth the bearer of Elijah’s spirit.
    • Elijah-Naboth did in truth live on in the being of
    • as an evidence of the truth of Goethe’s words, which in
    • Science are, in truth, not in any way at variance with those
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    • notice during these lectures, we find that it has in truth, no
    • secret truth, some awe-inspiring mystery, which even as Jesus
    • in the dim obscurity enshrouding the inscrutable observances of
    • science proclaims this truth it is a sign that it has begun to
    • Truth and Science,
    • truth underlying Goethe’s words, when he says: —
    • which awakens an inner realization of that great truth reflected
    • First dawns the glorious truth in that glad hour;
    • That truth by which, through Christ, mankind shall gain
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    • truth of Christ's Resurrection? We must here consider the
    • living in the Aura of the Earth. That is the great truth
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    • And we may say with truth that in ancient Greece, St.
    • feeling and willing. Great and sublime truths were often
    • ether-body, we realise that in very truth one part of the
    • flowed, in very truth, into the Earth-sphere and that
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    • interpreting lies as truth. If one tries to do this in esoteric
    • life it is not the interpretation which matters, but the truth.
    • In esoteric life only the truth works, nothing else. You may
    • truth is what is effective in the spiritual world.
    • is true, and esoteric knowledge must hold to the truth.
    • confusion between truth and error. All our prejudices based on
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    • life between birth and death - he differentiates between truth
    • and illusion, truth and semblance, truth and dream. When
    • know whether something that confronts you is truth or illusion.
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    • this capacity to distinguish between truth and error, reality
    • will gradually be able to differentiate between truth and
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    • when the question: What should I do with such truths? is asked.
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    • objective truth. Among the first duties of an esoteric student
    • School - in the sense of objective truth, will we be able to
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    • anthroposophical truths, lets them work on him and considers
    • important aspect of esoteric life — complete truthfulness
    • grasp sense-free truth, sense-free knowledge.
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    • cannot merely speak of the truth and then regard things as one
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    • Documents alone do not speak the truth, because of the thirty
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    • And now we come to a truth, which is perceived where
    • where the spirits think their truths, where the spirits radiate
    • recognize the greatness, the all-pervading, weaving truth in the
    • This stands before our souls as unshakable, all-pervading truth:
    • spirit is. And we do well to place this truth before our
    • nothing. We are profoundly impressed by this truth:
    • illusions to the kingdom of truth. Earnestness, holy earnestness
    • in respect to the truth begins to act in our souls.
    • was brightening for us. Now, as we stand shaken by the great truth
    • The truth of your own being.
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    • experiencing the truth. This is what the Guardian of the
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    • personal - but then it is also necessary that truth lives in
    • and that only in the least of cases is untruthfulness involved.
    • creative light within it. The truth is that what you had as
    • are extinguished in deep sleep. Then we can reach the truth of
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    • truth.
    • learn to bear such truths calmly — it is nevertheless
    • Here we touch upon truths which show us that behind that veil
    • in ordinary life the truth is not revealed to us. Although as
    • demands of external physical life with the truths to which we
    • is possible to say that the truth is of course, contained in
    • festival was fixed in accordance with occult truths, not with
    • truths received in unconscious inspirations in the form most
    • they are telling the truth: The man stumbled over the stone,
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    • only truth for his economic life.
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    • indications of truths in the following lectures. In modern
    • some or other scientific facts adjusted as truth and
    • causes quiet shudders when things are truthfully defined. To
    • picture of more truthful, more realistic impulses for the human
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    • This fanaticism should contrast itself with real truthful
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    • That holds no truth, it is hidden through social relation means
    • an achieved untruth, which penetrates and damages economic
    • retains the function it must get according to the truthful
    • stress that the words of Marxism are the truth: The philosophers
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    • healthy sense of judgment for the recognition of truth.
    • me it is important that the meaning of what I say is the truth
    • and I will speak the truth in every instance where I am
    • permitted to speak the truth. I only speak the truth; that is
    • branch, that we speak the truth, unconcerned about the
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    • For to tell the truth what is generally meant by making a
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    • it cannot be adhered toj for what is the truth of the
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    • spiritual truths both theoretically and practically and yet you
    • emphasise once more the truth of these facts, which can be
    • mother of Francis of Assisi; and it is not legend but truth
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    • wisdom, mysteries and occult truths being given them for which
    • foundations, we must examine a few occult or spiritual truths.
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    • to penetrate to full spiritual knowledge and truths were always
    • the Mysteries, it was possible for him to give the precise truth.
    • wisdom. You will perceive the truth of what was said last year,
    • have first to learn the truths about the cosmos and about human
    • Mighty truths are made known to us, when we study what has been
    • this by the word truth,
    • word ‘truth,’ and this in a moral
    • it is to be filled with the moral element of truth in an age
    • speak of truth, but when the general life and understanding is
    • certain quality acquired by modern life, truth is something
    • that it probably happens in every fourth case. Untruthfulness
    • describe truth as a characteristic of our times.
    • ascertain the truth of his assertions; and it is only when he
    • truth as moral impulse. And then when someone has
    • opposed to truth. In the sphere of morality, Anthroposophy will
    • be an educator of humanity to the duty of truth.
    • business today is not to say how far truth has been already
    • to do if the moral ideal of truth is thought, felt and
    • without being guided by wisdom and truth. A man is described
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    • are asking about absolute Goodness and Truth. They are
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    • on the other side the rival truth, Faith. And the two shall mix
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    • truth, what took place and the things that underwent a
    • perhaps not very idealistic but therefore all the more truthful
    • truth the ruler, down to the middle of the 8th century before
    • Whereas the truth is that in the economic life, as elsewhere,
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    • to learn everything, to look for the truth everywhere. Thus, he searches
    • quest for the truth by going to the theosophists in London. Then he
    • we could ever have taken such nonsense for the truth — nonsense
    • that is now taught as truth in all our schools! Herman Grimm goes on
    • hope to find the truth and which has achieved a great deal, as you will
    • desperate attempts by philosophers to rise above the simple truth that
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    • And this truth applies not only to philosophers ut also to other people
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    • it also tell us the truth about itself? No, certainly not; it is telling
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    • However, if I may say so, truth shines forth from these events.
    • but develop general truths out of their hearts and souls; they carry
    • of a concrete reality, speaks the profound truth that human life is
    • and eternal truths. Then what lives in the human soul and what is spread
    • truth of the world only if we continuously come upon the truth in our
    • truths in us and don't walk by a sundial as we would by a plow or something
    • truth. No matter how often we abstractly impress upon ourselves that
    • how many beautiful ethical truths about the use of time we impress upon
    • poetry when out of Christianity's eternal truths there pours forth:
    • cultural and spiritual realm, to use words to get to any truths about
    • is simply “the truth,” one cannot build a world view. How
    • the truth, and what is important is the whole attitude of the soul,
    • these things. These truths must be looked at from the point of view
    • with a false sense of shame in the face of brutality and fanaticism!
    • the zenith of earth evolution, and then the living into it, this truth
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    • in fiction. Fiction does not lay any claim to truth. People are content
    • general truth. It is quite all right to talk about the flexibility of
    • incarnation based on this talent. These truths are derived from individual
    • Most people may understand truths like these,
    • we should have for the great spiritual truths. This reverence consists
    • the Gospels confirms the truth of the great word, “Where two or
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    • The real truth, the whole truth lies between the two. The
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    • ruthlessness, (of which many of them are unconscious,) because
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    • and we only come to the truth when we can penetrate to those
    • illusion; the truth, the Being, lies behind this illusion. That
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    • overcome in our modern civilised life, if we want to see the truth
    • general battlefield of modern views truth itself can appear more
    • — some a little more untruthful , others a little more
    • the actual truth is to be found. The external sense-world is a
    • alone can understand who has a goodwill for the truth and for the
    • investigation of the truth. In modern science we have learned only
    • to look at the truth superficially, and that has brought bitter
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    • inclined people are to envisage truths which are immediately
    • attainment of truth, that proofs may be correct, but that they
    • attainment of truth, then it will be possible to stand upon the
    • proofs may be correct, they cannot lead us to the truth, this
    • their pocket, they are convinced of the truth. But spiritual
    • however meaningless for the attainment of real truth. It is
    • description of an existing truth, and it has to be accepted as
    • everywhere the confirmation of the truth discovered by
    • nation in Europe can grasp such truths in the way in which
    • life, and stating that from the East the Truth should begin to
    • the truth. What did he discover? He investigated the statements
    • the fine nuances, we see everywhere the truths revealed by
    • gives expression to the truth that the Folk-soul worked for
    • very characteristic. Only a very small portion of the truth
    • far more truthful way.
    • truth as Maya; this is really a calamity.
    • materialistic form the truths contained in a fine,
    • fact that the truths which animate every one of us do not only
    • stand before us as a theory, but that these truths uttered as
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    • Anthroposophical Movement we accept the enlightening truth that all
    • truth something mysterious was at work in the closing decades of the
    • truths relating to historical connections of the kind to which
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    • the truths of Christianity. Christ came from the Sun. Christ, the
    • of this truth may evoke a certain inner resistance today, for men do
    • guided into a realm of deeper truths inasmuch as understanding of
    • impulse which will lead to a deeper understanding of the truths of
    • time but in which full account was taken of the central truth of
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    • there lies, in truth, the great mystery of human karma.
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    • The truth
    • a mathematical truth and point from certain phenomena in the present
    • for truth — when we study all this in connection, first, with
    • is none the less a spiritual force. It is in truth a remarkable
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    • say so. Truly, the consciousness of the men of today is brutally
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    • body. In deed and truth, when we descend from the spiritual world
    • Because they cannot tell their fellow-man the truth out of love (for
    • if you love a man, you will tell him the truth, and not lies),
    • because they cannot love, they tell the truth out of a sense of duty.
    • out the truth, the inner nature of the fact. Thus you may ask: Why
    • these truths — you can more or less conclude that you have
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    • contain such truths. Afterwards only a dim feeling remained of them.
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    • however, a vigorous opponent appeared on the scenes, a ruthless
    • he looked rather like a negro. There is not a grain of truth in it.
    • of the 19th Century. And it was in truth a kind of
    • violent anti-Semite. Here too he was ruthlessly consistent. For
    • convictions to their ultimate conclusions. For truth to tell, anyone
    • this second edition there were in truth some astounding passages, for
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    • evolution. And it is in truth an experience of shattering grandeur,
    • is in truth something of a contrast here with the destiny of
    • just think of it. In Dühring this is intrinsic truth.
    • incarnations. And in this he brings truth to expression, for he
    • any definite rôle. Here we have the truth of what is presented
    • sees. There lies the untruth, for materialism does not see;
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    • man, loses, one may truthfully say, its materiality; it assumes a
    • speaking with a certain crudity of the loftiest truths. One could see
    • the truth, marvellous enlightenment is shed upon life.
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    • him by Garibaldi, and of how, nevertheless, if truth be told, nothing
    • ground that he was a Spinozist. For in truth one cannot decide
    • idea was once present in very early times. The truth is that he is
    • to follow his life, and had in truth remained very close to him. And
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    • the whole full Truth, and in his left the everlasting striving after
    • Truth, I would fall down before Him and say, ‘Father, give me
    • accounted a great man. In truth, however, his sayings often trip one
    • I should not have been able to get at the truth about Lord Byron if
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    • that Hausner was ironed out flat! In truth, however, it was a
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    • untruths and lies. We must not give up ourselves to the illusion that
    • do not get at the real truth. For the truth is that at the time when
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    • him, however, is a rough, somewhat brutal personality. This man is,
    • overseer, his brutality inflicted upon these
    • has paid off what her soul had experienced owing to the brutality of
    • to her, continued his persecution. Henry is a man of ruthless energy,
    • As I said, he was a man of ruthless vigour, a ‘great’ man
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    • this question with overwhelming intensity. It is in truth a
    • submerged by the savagery and brutality prevailing during the Thirty
    • stamped out or brutalised by the War.
    • stands before us with greatness and distinction. In very truth, the
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    • these ancient, primeval Teachers among men must in truth be described
    • truths have become abstract words. I was often fighting against
    • truth.
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    • as exists between man and his earthly environment, where in truth
    • can of a truth be understood only when we remember that their
    • head. Of a truth this head-life has not very much to do with the
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    • said to us. And in truth, throughout these three epochs of life this
    • destiny. And in truth only then do we learn to look at life in the
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    • truths existed in the days of the ancient, instinctive clairvoyance,
    • evolution; and these truths were taken into account in establishing
    • physical body. The truth of the matter is as follows. Let us picture
    • in very truth within the Hierarchies and it is only in respect of our
    • we return again into the body. And then we find that in very truth
    • shaping of his destiny. Destiny can of a truth only be lived through
    • for in observing the destiny of a human being we are in truth
    • narrating. Of a truth it would be well for biographers to realise
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    • is in truth a matter of penetrating into the most profound
    • method of handling the truths of Anthroposophy. The contents of the
    • their duty to elaborate anthroposophical truths in terms of modern
    • But truth to tell it is not only the facts experienced in his waking
    • reads a biography dispassionately ought in truth to feel this. In
    • The truth is, my
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    • sanctity, truth and dignity in the prayers for the dead, then the
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    • already, of a truth the gods are there, gods who are linked with the
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    • then they become distorted, misrepresented truth, and not
    • the truth itself.
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    • in truth is instinct.
    • have the truth: — the aspect of the Sun as it appears
    • sense, that in very truth the human deeds on earth in the
    • Initiate Science says in all truth: ‘Never were the
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    • — then in the last resort we find this truth once
    • world. In truth our every reflection upon karma should be
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    • in truth: the innocence in the kingdom of Nature. He spoke
    • only able to accept the truth of their words by external
    • such men about the truths of spiritual wisdom, they could
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    • can now arise, illumining the truth, these habits of the
    • grown earthly but that in truth belongs to him.
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    • pattern of Ahriman. Truth to tell, Ahriman has a most
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    • truth, but it holds good in the physical alone. This
    • these things according to the truth. Our standing beside
    • anxiety about the cleverness of men. But of a truth the
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    • on the other hand an ancient truth — one that was no
    • the restoration of the truth in karma.
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    • wrongly, regarding them as subjective phenomena, whereas in truth they
    • “The rose is red” ... the underlying truth being that the
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    • these things. But, my dear friends, to know the truth about historical
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    • We may say in truth: what lives in
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    • is a general truth becomes most visible, namely that in spiritual
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    • truths.” An intense feeling for knowledge of which there was a
    • one may indeed preserve the holy awe and reverence before the truths of
    • the spiritual world, these deep truths are, verily, not unworthily
    • sacred veils of truth, of which people say that they should never be
    • sacred mystery from secret and mysterious truths, and thus making them
    • all this in the background, and of a truth the lifting of the veil will
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    • of Platonism into the Mid-European nature. This in truth it was only
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    • but it happens to be the truth! What is so deplorable in our time is
    • that when one speaks the truth it is almost inevitably pooh-poohed by
    • no longer on the Earth but on the Moon. So that in truth not only the
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    • man's past. For the past is in very truth working in us when
    • so these truths can be understood by one who is not himself an
    • Initiate. But if a man allows these truths to work upon him, his
    • plastic structure, the human heart, is in truth the product of what
    • these cosmic forces. In very truth man bears the stars of heaven
    • of this kind vanishes when one realises that in very truth the human
    • compressed, in man. Man is in truth a microcosm, a stupendous
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    • earthly happiness, what we are able to experience of the truths and
    • and penetrating to the truth.
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    • much for the cause of true Christianity, for which, if the truth be
    • of being, deviates from the spiritual reality which is in truth the
    • seeking the inmost truth of Christianity makes the sacrifice of
    • It is in truth the ruin of
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    • instruct them. Then, too, men recognised that the truth concerning
    • the nature of illnesses can be known only when the truth comes from
    • described how these truths are revealed through Initiation, I can
    • with the Venus-existence. And here we realise a significant truth
    • this is a thoroughly childish conception! The truth is that if the
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    • very obvious truth will realise that in the physical human form
    • very form a corpse discloses that it is no truth in
    • itself but only a remains of truth, having meaning only
    • like an inner flashing up of truths, of visions too — for
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    • ‘nonsense’ is the truth. The sages in the ancient Mysteries
    • — but that is far from the truth. Let us take a rather
    • immense reaches of time. In very truth the stars are the
    • path from illusion to truth! But men will not achieve
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    • very truth gaze at the life and weaving deeds of higher worlds
    • very truth the Gods are the Creators of the Earthly. They live
    • than a fragment of the truth. When we look more deeply into the
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    • Christians, the brutalities of Roman Imperialism, the unjust
    • must accept it because it is the truth.
    • truth because I was never specially attracted by this
    • is necessary, the truth is that one can discern with greater
    • can arise in the human soul concerning the great truths of
    • truths. And only when he had undergone all the suffering, the
    • truth, first of all as an Imaginative, pictorial experience and
    • only to believe in the truth but also not to believe in
    • it. Only so could his fidelity to truth prove itself a potent,
    • where they not only doubted truth but where they experienced
    • truth revealed to self-observation — was presented in
    • which in truth were suited to experiences lived through in an
    • approaches a truth relating to karma, his soul should feel as
    • though part of the veil of Isis were being lifted. For in truth
    • truth, only when we study karma in the way we have now been
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    • perception of the inner truths, the inner relationships, of
    • truly belong. That karma is in truth destiny becomes
    • truths and, as it is said, cannot and need not be proved. The
    • we must also give up clinging to all other truths which hold
    • everything upon general rules. And so the truth of which I have
    • evolution in groups — although it is indeed a truth and
    • and with considerable truth — that the Emperor's
    • truths, even though they are presented in the form of
    • liberty in Italy, is a well-known figure. His was in truth a
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    • begin. This Age of Light has begun in very truth but men are
    • fundamental nature of man. The urge to apprehend the truth of
    • real substance. Truth to tell, there has been no greater
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    • Occult Truths in Old Myths and Sagas.
    • containing great truths, which great initiates have related to men.
    • Böhme proclaimed great, profound truths. Whence did he obtain
    • expression of deep inner truths, of great truths; for instance, the
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    • fulfilled. The riddle of Baldur conceals a truth. The strange
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    • revere as much as any other person in this room, but the truth
    • need not deny the truth of the abnormal observations which are
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    • by communicating its truth it speaks of things which can be
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    • call forth anything of the nature of knowledge or of truth out of its
    • truth.
    • important point is, not what the content of truth in the thing is,
    • from the light of truth. But one must endure the fact that one is
    • tracks or ruts made by human feet or wagon wheels. Now suppose that a
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    • nature of the dream, upon its rightness and wrongness, its truth and
    • untruth. It would be psychopathic for any one to suppose that, in the
    • truthfulness in this sphere, I should like to emphasize, is
    • untruth, but for truth! And what the spiritual-scientist has to say
    • educator the embodiment of truth, beauty, and goodness, in a certain
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    • Well, as regards fundamental truths the modem
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    • enter a school, he had to work hard on himself before the first truths
    • himself ready before receiving these truths. There were many degrees
    • for the understanding of esoteric truths. These truths were understood
    • that enable him to observe and investigate the truths himself, when he
    • that someone tells you a mathematical truth. If you haven't studied
    • truth. No one will deny that to judge a mathematical truth the
    • about such a truth, only the individual who has experienced it can
    • judge. And only someone who has experienced an esoteric truth can
    • You could ask: why are occult truths reported today? The previous
    • rather a truth appears directly before the spirit of the person
    • Today we must announce esoteric truths about the origin and evolution
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    • the most truth-loving natures this longing has even grown.
    • souls have frequently heard the deep truths which will be
    • druidic teachers of ancient times already taught the truth of
    • instead the possibility of grasping truths in the form of
    • these teachings, we could not understand the spiritual truths
    • continually takes on a new shape and therefore truth must be
    • things. The truths exist in their old, earlier forms.
    • Spiritual science can show how those truths can be rendered
    • theosophy is merely the instrument whereby the deepest truths
    • truth is always accessible to us, and we must comprehend it
    • ancient truths, in different forms. There were always leaders
    • of humanity who took care that the truths which had paled
    • foundation for a new way of proclaiming spiritual truths.
    • truths which were to guide humanity throughout thousands of
    • these truths in such a way that no science could raise any
    • give him new strength in regard to religious truths and
    • disclosing anew this fundamental truth contained in every
    • spiritual truths and spiritual wisdom, and they can become
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    • science, and many who had no inkling of this truth have used
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    • that certain brutal men in the village were the cause of the
    • cause must be sought in the brutality of the men who whipped
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    • example such a truth; it contains however, a great
    • always taught this truth, and the difference between genuine
    • truth. Many a passage in the Gospel of St. John can only be
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    • legends, particularly in the Bible. Consider the deep truth
    • this truth, but nevertheless he was inspired by this
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    • laugh at truths when they are revealed for the first
    • concealed his knowledge of these truths in images: he created
    • be deeply moved and seized by truths which are now revealed
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    • exoteric into esoteric truths. They received a living
    • self--discovered truth.
    • you briefly how we may attain knowledge of the truths of
    • devotion and truth.”
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    • who can connect the truths of Christianity with the truths
    • connected with the higher truths, with God and the higher
    • world, for such truths had to be grasped independently of
    • investigate these truths. Logic suffices, however, for the
    • understanding of the truths contained in spiritual
    • these truths theoretically. The advantage of such truths is
    • the truths which theosophy describes in connection with facts
    • which cannot be grasped through the senses. These truths
    • to the pupils of the Rosicrucian Schools, and the truths were
    • “Truth and Science”
    • mind. You do not only deduce an inner truth from something
    • the truths which were taught in these Schools.
    • story of the stork! Children should be told the truth.
    • wing a child's fancy, if you understand the truth underlying
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    • when he tells you the truths of the spiritual world, these
    • truths themselves speak; these spiritual facts should stir
    • instrument through which the truths themselves speak to men.
    • it; in every lie there is a grain of truth, in everything
    • to bear in mind is that spiritual scientific truths should
    • show that these truths are able to permeate every sphere of
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    • fountain of Truth which springs up in it is abundant and
    • “risen above” religious truths. But many of
    • devotion and truth. (in St. John's Gospel truth —
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    • was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus
    • “grace and truth,” or devotion and truth, which
    • the understanding for the true knowledge. Devotion and truth
    • devotion and truth in place of the Law, is only at the
    • to act that devotion and truth are the motives for their
    • begotten of the Father), full of grace and truth.” It
    • then experience for himself the truth of what is written in
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    • contradictory prove to contain the deepest truth. The men of
    • hides the spiritual truths of Christianity. In the sixth age
    • time; although there is a kernel of truth that is common to
    • them all, the various expressions of this truth are
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    • these he seeks to find the truth. But what he there finds is
    • not the truth; for it is not good. The brown man does not try
    • to find the truth in those little magical signs. He hears the
    • of this great truth is to be preserved to succeeding times
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    • Christ says: “I am the way, the truth, and the
    • “I am” lies the way to the truth and to the truth
    • the Truth
    • of St. John we can also find, direct Anthroposophical truths.
    • from it again. Here we see a profound truth of occult
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    • order that he may draw from it the truths that are under
    • book, and because we already know the truths concerning the
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    • allow the truths of Spiritual Science which lie at their very
    • elementary truths of this conception by penetrating further
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    • earth, love is developed there. That is a very real truth.
    • discern what deep, mystery-truths are presented in it,
    • transcription of this profound truth concerning the meaning
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    • in the Gospel of St. John the truths of Spiritual Science can
    • to discover these truths, it will be necessary to weigh every
    • expresses the truth of this testimony in very special
    • introduced as confirmation of the truth of the testimony of
    • therein is, in truth, concerned with the actual identity of
    • truth which made it possible to state that He, who had been
    • with the Mystery-truths of the Christ Who was to come; as one
    • having become convinced of its truth through what we are now
    • filled with Devotion and Truth.
    • law was given through Moses, but Grace and Truth came
    • profound truth: — Each human individual ego is one
    • truths. He has in mind the historical figure of the Baptist;
    • Father, filled with Devotion and Truth.” Devotion is
    • the truth of which is substantiated by Christ-Jesus Himself,
    • truth was concealed in the words: — “For out of
    • of truth came into being through the Christ. You see how
    • one truth after another was revealed to the neophyte in the
    • course of his initiation. A very important truth is always
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    • evolution. There are, to be sure, absolute truths, but they
    • Each age must have its special function, its special truths.
    • possible to impart truth in its present form. Do not imagine
    • the truth in the form in which it is presented today.
    • truth will be proclaimed, and men will work for it in quite
    • the forms of truth, but that what corresponds to a particular
    • highest truth in language and functions befitting the
    • certain way, were able to comprehend occult truths. In our
    • but at that period spiritual-scientific truths could only be
    • about profound truths? Only those who were able to perceive
    • revealing these truths to someone who perceives with
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    • foretold the profound truth about the Word which later
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    • “This is my blood!” That this truthful
    • truth, be fully permeated by the being of the Christ Spirit
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    • the words: Truth, Reality, Being exist only in the spiritual
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    • this document some particular truths about the spiritual
    • those truths which deal with this spiritual life can be
    • found these truths for himself and then is directed to the
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    • mathematical and geometrical truths. These cannot be put to
    • Manas-Culture when more and more the sources of truth are
    • agreement between what they experience as the truths of
    • mathematics. Men agree upon these mathematical truths at
    • truths. In respect of other truths, men contend not because
    • come into consideration in simple mathematical truths, many
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    • and their truths. That is one aspect. But there is also
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    • truth,” to work upon him, they become an exceedingly
    • that we have to do with the full reality and truth of the
    • able to understand more and more the profound truths of this
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    • Christ Mystery. But all truth, all reality, must ever be proclaimed
    • deepest truths of Christianity, always called its members “Christians
    • who endeavored to proclaim this truth was that what was in the beginning
    • truth is indicated when the initiated Priest of the Temple says:
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    • nevertheless the truth for one who is able to see things with the eye
    • he who understands these things knows that something of spiritual truth
    • radiations. So again a profound truth underlies the story that healing
    • a legend but a report based on deep truths which tells us that when
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    • come nearer the truth than do the later ones which have extracted merely
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    • Our scrutiny disclosed the fact that the consciousness with which man
    • proclaim its truths to his fellow men who were not yet ready to envision
    • us in our day-consciousness is like a veil spread over truth: it hides
    • truth, what I bear within myself is something that can live without
    • in which a certain extensive understanding of theosophical truths is
    • expounded with elemental grandeur, truths, to be sure, which a philosopher
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    • profundity with which the Gospels reflect spiritual truths that can
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    • initiation; but he added. The truth it harbors is the Christ. —
    • narrative according to Matthew; and an old tradition hit upon the truth
    • initiation that led to the Bull cult, we shall find truth in the old
    • have come to recognize the truth of Paul's message solely by means of
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    • as truths.
    • this wisdom will in turn serve to find fresh truths, just as during
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    • with the mission of interceding for occult truths: he becomes a Warrior.
    • truths of the spiritual world. — In the fourth degree the spiritual
    • truths became established, to a certain extent, in the initiate. And
    • indeed, in whom truth dwells! Christ says this because He knows to what
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    • to these depths of cosmic truths.
    • do not disclose the profound truths underlying them. If you were to
    • Christ impulse leads us to the comprehension of a certain great truth: In
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    • truth of the matter is that we are not bounded by our skin. The surrounding
    • the recession of wisdom every individual would seek truth in his own
    • them is all superstition. The truth is that the wife of this Joseph
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    • us to consider in all its gravity a truth such as this: the danger of
    • which it is especially difficult, as a rule, to apply the truth, to
    • and just as he must learn to think of every object as being in truth
    • as it appears in the sense world is not truth — that on the contrary,
    • the eternal emblem of the truth that death is in reality the giver of
    • senses is a phantom: that has no truth, it dissolves, it ceases to be;
    • truths are to be adequately understood: He spoke to His disciples in
    • themselves able to receive the truth without its being clothed in proverbs;
    • that Gospel thereby established, so to speak, the loftiest truths of
    • learns to understand and practice these truths it will attain to a new
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    • You do not find the truth
    • body — for such as these Christ was risen in reality. And in truth,
    • truths to those able to receive them was St. Mark's Gospel. That was
    • truths, to find out what they really contain. Then the whole universal
    • just acquired a store of knowledge, a sum of isolated truths. Though
    • been a mere matter of empty concepts and ideas, but rather, of truths,
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    • described. Now we who have approached spiritual science know the truth
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    • offhand materialistic manner, their truth is manifest to those who can
    • understand these things know that spiritual truths are here concealed.
    • profound truth in the saying that at the birth of the Buddha, forces
    • legend; great truths underlie the saying that when Buddha was born,
    • him, or the like. These truths are handed down to us in the legends of
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    • all-embracing truths in brief, exemplary fashion, as for instance in
    • well-known truths of spiritual science, treating of them in a way
    • different from yesterday's, and then see how the same truths confront
    • when he places before us those great truths. And they who knew these
    • and St. Luke, that we can find these truths independently of all
    • truths anew and to see in them a testimony that they who wrote them
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    • choose to call it! And it is contrary to truth to ascribe to mere
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    • In this way we draw ever nearer to a truth which should be inscribed
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    • He could behold that world and announce its truths to his fellow-men,
    • truth that behind the physical world there is a spiritual world, to
    • shrouding the truth; it hides from us the spiritual world; it is Maya
    • could reveal truth and reality. But this condition would not last. It
    • truth, that which I have within me is something which can exist
    • spiritual world; he could also say with truth: ‘The I AM, out of whom
    • works, which betray a deep knowledge of anthroposophical truths,
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    • occurrence ( and all human physical conditions) there are in truth
    • in this way. But we must not think that the truths of the spiritual
    • everyone can immediately understand them. The truth concealed behind a
    • spiritual truths which can be investigated independently of all
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    • be allowed. In truth, the representation of Christ given us by the
    • added: ‘The truth, which is in the spiritual world, that is Christ!’,
    • convinced him of the truth! To the eye of the seer the spiritual world
    • truth will agree with the Suabian author of the book entitled Origins
    • isolated profound thinkers come to recognize the truth of this Pauline
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    • its historical truth, will reveal itself to us, when studied in the
    • again you will recognize the truth if you read the Gospel aright and
    • serve to find fresh truths. For thirty years our wisdom has served to
    • find the truths which cannot be found without Anthroposophy.
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    • initiate is called upon to enter the lists on behalf of the truth of
    • was not allowed to contend on behalf of the truths of the spiritual
    • the truths of the spiritual world. The initiate of the fifth degree
    • Truly an Israelite in whom the truth dwells! He says this because He
    • profound occult truth: ‘The eye is formed by the light for the light.’
    • Christ. He alone could show us the truth which Paul grasped in a
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    • depths of these cosmic truths.
    • the truths which we have thus illustrated to the events connected with
    • own individuality. That deep truths underlie this statement is of
    • Christ-impulse, we must now not fail to recognize a great truth.
    • How did the old sages present to humanity the truth which we have just
    • the less a Christian legend and a Christian truth. It runs as follows:
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    • would acquire some understanding of this truth (it would have to be
    • the truths of ancient times far better than any external historical
    • superstition. The truth is that the wife of this Joseph betrayed her
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    • Now we must consider in all its gravity a truth of this nature, to the
    • delusion and error regarding the external world. This truth, this fall
    • which it is, as a rule, difficult for people to apply the truth; it is
    • present themselves to our senses are of a truth the Father-principle;
    • must learn to say of everything: ‘It is in truth the Father!’,
    • that death, as it appears in the world of sense, is devoid of truth,
    • of truth; it dissolves and ceases to exist. The more the earth becomes
    • truth to be the seed of life. In proportion as men opening their
    • for the greatest truths He had adopted the method which is necessary
    • for the gradual understanding of the highest truth in the right way.
    • ripe for hearing the truth without parables. Christ Jesus found the
    • the Father, that Death is the name of the Father. This truth flashes
    • and reveals the true form of the Father. Of a truth the Father sent
    • writer, having described therein the sublimest truths, could say: ‘In
    • this Gospel are contained truths from which mankind will obtain
    • understand and practise these truths, he will acquire new wisdom and
    • in a manner suited to their intellect, the highest truth they required
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    • When we come to scrutinize it, where can we find death on earth? Let
    • same way you do not find the truth concerning the human inhabitant of
    • dissolution! The truth will escape us until we see in every atom a
    • Bodily Presence. And so He was in truth!
    • are united with the Earth inasmuch as we recognize the truth. We then
    • to be the first bringer of the great truths to those mature enough to
    • Luke; how the truths revealed by Buddha came to light again, in a new
    • able to extract new profound truths from the Gospels. And were we to
    • prepare ourselves, with the help of occult truths, to discern what is
    • knowledge; not merely imbibed a number of isolated truths. This would
    • into impulses of will. When the truths which we have taken into our
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    • Science is such that the truths and data of knowledge contained in it
    • upon. As soon as we descend from the great truths concerning the universe
    • specific truths.
    • more wisdom and truth are to be found than in the abstract erudition
    • A profound truth lies behind this. In the Greco-Latin epoch, Alexander
    • made its appearance in Alexandria in a very ruthless form. Christian
    • and Cyril, was in truth of such a nature that this Orphic individuality,
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    • has reached the point to-day of giving a little credence to the truths
    • of our civilisation, nevertheless the truth must be faced fairly and
    • we must in truth see every human being, in respect of his spirituality,
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    • The soul came to realise that in truth it must always be egoistic when
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    • describes this significant truth in the story of the Babylonian
    • signs and tokens of the holy truths—such buildings were erected
    • of the heavens — measures which are in truth all to be traced
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    • achievements were in truth ancient Mystery-wisdom translated into terms
    • were in truth the inspiration not only of Greek wisdom but also of Greek
    • of truth.
    • after the truth and truth will give you the supreme happiness, the germinating
    • question of truth, and a stream of decline Sets in. Stoicism and Epicureanism
    • to question truth itself and truth loses its power. Hence, simultaneously
    • arises — doubt in regard to truth. And when Scepticism and doubt,
    • then man, still striving after truth, feels cast out of the World-Soul
    • upwards to truth through the mystical ascent of the individual. One
    • have again arisen by the side of those concerning truth itself; again
    • and of the outwardly useful from the one supreme question of truth.
    • to truth, we now see coming into prominence the fundamental separation
    • concerned with truth. At the portal leading to the new period of decline,
    • that he had to set limits to the striving after truth in order to make
    • the truth, underneath the stream of maya, human instincts do hit upon
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    • being; and we have seen that spiritual achievements formed in truth
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    • the Cherubim. And yet in truth we must say that a sacrifice such as
    • raised. From resignation comes forth water; water is in literal truth
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    • be quite a good comparison if we were to say that the world of truth,
    • great occult truth: “In the whole world of Maya one thing only
    • displays an undeniable reality, a direct truth. What then is real on
    • renunciation and resignation. To these three truths we have to-day
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    • One abandons this restriction and proceeds to clothe occult truths in
    • and correctly done, then occult truths are within the comprehension of
    • occult vision. When occult truths are clothed in ideas, as they are in
    • theosophy, that is to say, occult truths clothed in familiar ideas.
    • occult truths. A way had to be found whereby such could attain a kind
    • have insight into what theosophy was able to give. And so the truths
    • of theosophy began to be poured into a new mould and became the truths
    • man's ordinary faculties of knowledge. The truths of philosophy are
    • supplied the outer cloak, so to speak, of occult truths, differences
    • show themselves; but that is because the truths have had to be clothed
    • the occult truths. The foundations of occultism are always and
    • must set itself the aim of being a faithful expression of occult truth
    • ideal of being a pure expression for occult truth. It was, for
    • expounder of its truths. For theosophy is in a position to understand
    • the truths of religion. And then forms and expressions of some
    • important truths of reincarnation and karma. For these truths are
    • learn to recognise not only that you know this truth out of your
    • knowledge, but that I too must receive it as truth.” For as
    • what a Bodhisattva is, I know that the Buddhist speaks absolute truth
    • about these Beings, he utters a truth which could be spoken in lands
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    • acquired by his own efforts. This was in truth a task of quite
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    • ourselves thinking: “It is in very truth my own self that is
    • those connected with the physical heart, then he can in very truth
    • when a theosophical book came into your hands or some truth out of
    • — be responsive to the truths of theosophy. The truths of
    • theosophy, we need no such preparation. To appreciate the truth
    • certain theosophical truths. For these theosophical truths are facts
    • most important theosophical truths can as a matter of fact be clothed
    • adequate understanding of the fundamental truths of theosophy. A very
    • easily established theosophical truths before the world in such a way
    • it will become abundantly clear that there is no truth which
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    • turns round on himself and tells himself the truth from the ordinary
    • moments when he tells himself the hard plain truth, then we can feel a
    • boundary of the Divine, but expresses herself with honest truthfulness
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    • have the desire to rise to the knowledge of higher truths, there is
    • Having come so far, the pupil was then able to apprehend a truth of
    • whereas the truth of the matter is that the initiates, the aspirants
    • Night, for the truth was often clothed in such a way that
    • truth formed and shaped from out of the whole of Cosmic space. What he
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    • very truth an epitome, an extract of the whole World-All.
    • knowledge is in very truth a knowledge that has to be received under a
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    • connection I gave expression to a truth which was perhaps at first
    • — the truth, namely, that Lucifer shows himself in a completely
    • livingly experienced in its pure and original truth, without attaining
    • truth which we expounded yesterday concerning the Buddha, unless one
    • whether the truth concerning the life of the Buddha after he left the
    • virtue of its own nature. Therefore in relation also to this truth
    • go out of itself; in the recognition of such a truth it is not
    • clothing the truth in the garb of theosophy when we speak of the
    • intelligently stated truths, so that men may have insight into occult
    • the truth in this matter. We know that Buddha was before a
    • the world of legend these echoes of the truth. Unforgettable is the
    • intervening time when men did not look up to the occult truths that
    • theosophy, occultism — are in very truth ways of understanding
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    • may not always come before one in unvarnished truthfulness, it may
    • seekers after truth. I have no desire at this point to go over again
    • And in very truth, when a man
    • the human larynx, which is, in truth, like the ear, a musical
    • human existence. And truth to say, there would never have been such a
    • are bound to arrive at truth when we make correct and reasonable
    • accuracy of reasoning need by no means lead to the truth.
    • in the soul that wants to penetrate to truth, this condition must
    • arrives at the study and investigation of truth, takes his start from
    • face of the facts of the world, then it is in very truth as when you
    • with truth that may be compared with making a plant of papier-mache
    • truth. You will, of course, think it out very beautifully and piece
    • anything whatever to do with truth and with knowledge. Or, if he does
    • have anything to do with the investigation of truth — that you
    • avoid building upon my correctness of thought, I must follow truth, I
    • they can acquire this or that truth and would be concerned instead as
    • to how they might grow mature for the comprehension of truth.
    • experience in your soul! For you can only grasp that truth when you
    • see the truth of this confirmed in life.
    • soul to which man has to attain if he would arrive at truth. And that
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    • expect that my thinking can give me knowledge of the truth, I ought
    • ever to arrive at Truth? If, however, we have learned that where the
    • I will not use it for the recognition of truth. For that I will be
    • any thought about truth, if not by forming judgments in the ordinary
    • investigate truth, does not allow himself to judge but tries to let
    • which does not seek to investigate truth from out of itself, but
    • which looks for truth to come from the revelation that flows out of
    • arriving at truth at every step; surrender, on the other hand, does
    • truth, rather do we seek to educate ourselves and then quietly wait
    • until we attain to that stage of maturity where the truth flows to us
    • differentiated workings of will. But the truth is that for the man
    • he would be quite dried up. And as for an untruth! If with every lie
    • it we begin to discover in very truth a means for attaining to a
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    • primal truths of religion if they are but rightly understood. For
    • lies a very deep truth. We are not to understand that the eyes only
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    • trivial truth that things are extended in space according to three
    • certain time. Before we can come to the occult truth about all this
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    • go on from this and give a fuller description of a truth that can
    • very deed and truth, the whole influence that is exerted by us on the
    • because it is in very truth a mystery, cannot be grasped by the
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    • the realm of the spirit. The truth about the soul nature of the plant
    • which can bring us near to the gateway of truth, but only to the same
    • knowledge to the gateway of truth.
    • accessible to man's vision. And in very truth those spiritual
    • senses is truth for the world of the spirit, and the next step
    • those for whom the world of the spiritual is the truth.
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    • truths of the Psalms. There lived also fundamentally what is
    • after truth which Goethe expressed in Faust, something that
    • was often said, “Every man who seeks the truth has
    • Perhaps the truth of what I am about to say will be doubted
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    • him like a direct elemental truth. This gives rise to the
    • This is not favoritism, it is only recognizing the truth.
    • recognizing the truth, a truth that every religion on the
    • truth of the most beautiful of the spiritual scientific
    • principles, “to recognize the truth without distinction
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    • the truth about the evolution of humanity.
    • you can perhaps experience as truth only through your life of
    • feeling. If you admit that there can be truths other than
    • understands how to value the truths of feeling will wish to
    • become personal individual powers. The truth was to be made
    • the end of our last lecture, cannot be truthfully confined
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    • fact that we can reach the truth only by making
    • the same truth.” Such a statement is of course quite
    • what is comfortable in preference to the truth.
    • forward in our search for truth if it is possible for us to
    • not take it lightly when the truth is put forward in the
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    • ruler of rulers, I am the truth itself. I am revelation
    • natural conditions. It is for this reason that these truths
    • truth. It is not a matter of whether we place Christianity
    • been presented here. Everything else is idle talk. But truth
    • for truth that goes to the essence of things.
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