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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • own attempts, and it might seem unfortunate that in this vital area of
    • (see Note 1).
    • individual, it is as a rule not advisable to seek mystic development
    • Therefore, a person seeking mystical development must first of all
    • and see if it is not associated with something of a transitory nature.
    • (see Note 2).
    • around him lights up in colors never seen before. Something becomes
    • soul world that one “sees” it. It is equally characteristic of the
    • place between two persons. It does no good to seek instruction on
    • person is seen like a nebulous cloud formation. When a person sleeps,
    • (see Note 3)
    • somebody else, if a person also cannot keep what he has seen and heard
    • are: "Before the eyes can see, they must be incapable of tears.
    • See
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • IT MAY PERHAPS seem
    • reproach to the Theosophical movement, and others seeing this as one
    • himself to be truly practical is the one who can see beyond the
    • with somewhat broader vision, see beyond into the future. These, the
    • scientific and other great minds have seen in the women's question
    • So you can see that
    • every woman who looks dispassionately at a man sees him as a big
    • history of humanity's development to see that there were times once,
    • which recognises only what can be touched and seen, naturally sees in
    • see the human being here in the right way: this must be the task of a
    • seems fully justified here to throw up the other question: How is it
    • that period — the book by Burckhardt. Here we see what a
    • life of the first half of the 19th century and sees what sort of
    • natural sciences. Spiritual science can see how it has come about
    • one will see how far the latter surpasses the former. Thus it is a
    • spiritual-scientific world-view sees a second body in man's nature,
    • certain latent faculties and who can thus see more than others. Their
    • through the microscope. How many people have actually seen what the
    • people have seen what they talk about? How many, for example, have in
    • were to ask themselves such questions they would see what a blind
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  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • Seelen- und Geisteswelt.
    • It may seem curious to measure one's spiritual
    • be seen, however, that particularly in our age spiritual science
    • various functions the body has to perform, we see that man utilizes
    • animalistic organism, and then simply see to it that the organism
    • astral body (see Note 1).
    • body. We must not see only one side but also perceive the astral
    • when we see in him this fourfold being. Only with the total
    • “Just as when I see another person and it dawns on me that in
    • physically invisible and in this it can be seen that it is the
    • As we have seen, there is an alternating process obtaining between
    • inability to see beyond the confines into which he was born. In
    • seen in the eyes of a person whether or not his astral body is
    • Now it can be seen how two opposing conditions
    • forces. What I mean can be seen in the tendency of gossips at a
    • standpoint it can be seen that milk contains everything a man
    • possess a force, it must first be acquired, and in milk we see one
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • and impressive natural phenomenon. We see how still he is standing,
    • during the day, that is to say, one can become clairvoyant and see
    • thought is something which seems unreal to materialistically minded
    • clairvoyance, certain rays of light are seen streaming continually
    • The occult observer is able to see a continual streaming from outside
    • century. A number of individuals will see the Etheric Christ and will
    • Comforter to men. However strange it may as yet seem, it is true
    • waiting, they will see the Etheric Christ. He will Himself be there,
    • active and if electricity seems to work wonders today, this third
    • * See also the section at the end of the text, containing
    • arising in their own hearts. The experience may also seem like
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • (see Note 1).
    • forces may be able to see these things but there is no reason why one who
    • our lives. Strange as it may seem, anthroposophy shows it to be harmful
    • etc., all of which seems trivial but such things do, after all, occur often
    • see the jerking in the writing. This condition is easily understood through
    • So you see, something can be done to strengthen the etheric body. This is
    • however, people would soon see how many things done in the bustle of
    • (see Note 2).
    • were, to see both sides of a problem. Generally, people see only one side,
    • slackness to do nothing. Seemingly you will have followed the “no”
    • These may seem like small details I have given here, but it must also be
    • purposeful, healthy lives, we see how differently life must be grasped
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • willing to go into anthroposophy in any depth sees that this opinion
    • natural science. By strengthening the human soul, it seeks to make
    • are seen from a natural scientific standpoint. In the field of
    • body. We see how the soul and spirit takes hold of and works upon
    • look back from this present life to former lives on earth. We see that
    • This seed, containing what we have already elaborated, continues to
    • soul-spiritual seed that passes through death.
    • Gospels, we now see Christ Jesus entering the evolution of the world.
    • on a new path, by seeking a connection with Christ within the
    • spiritual processes and beings, but he sees them in a special way,
    • out the direction taken by spiritual science, which seeks to be a
    • eyes we could not see colors. Our eyes must be so built that they can
    • were the eye not sun-like it could not see the sun, namely, that our
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • IT MIGHT SEEM as if our world conception, based on spiritual science, could
    • we have just seen (see Note 1),
    • was performed for them. It really seems as if that simple, loving joy could
    • we have just seen, were performed for people who could experience them
    • we see the Child of Humanity, the Being of mankind who was left behind when
    • these qualities. In him, we can see mankind as a whole as it was in its
    • first time in 1705 as "The Triumph of Death" (see reproduction:
    • these three coffins. A hermit sits above them and his gesture seems to say,
    • "Higher up, we see some hermits sitting on a hill. Some are gathering food,
    • on, we see numerous invalids and all kinds of suffering. They adjoin the
    • them is a figure with a finger on his lips. Spread over the whole, we see
    • flames as if from a crater we can see the forms of the flying devils.
    • of the hunting party who see what becomes of the body. When you look
    • Christmas plays. We can see how the legend of the Child brought to the
    • the same way we must see in the form of the innocent child the Being that
    • connected with simple plays like the one we have seen today even though it
    • was created somewhat later, and with what we are seeking again in another
    • then be seen only physically in the sun and planets, and also for the birth
    • All our knowledge has always lived deeply in the feelings of men. We see
    • the plants grow out of the soil in springtime, and we see how the sun calls
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  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • a growing child when we see him emerging from the crawling, wriggling,
    • feelings. Such a feeling as can live in our souls when we see a little
    • protectors and guardians of a child's growth and development and see
    • You will have seen from my descriptions of Atlantean times taken from
    • if we remember, when we see a child beginning to speak and gradually
    • begun to work through to the Ego, we can see how the conscious
    • than by seeing the Christ-Impulse as the central point. The whole
    • see how as children we have developed as yet unconsciously, or through
    • as the plant forms the seed for the next plant life, so do we learn to
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • were as self-seeking as he still is in his moral, intellectual and emotional
    • We have eyes in our body; through these eyes we see, but only because
    • they are selfless and we do not feel them. We see things through them,
    • the other senses. Let us assume that our eyes were self-seeking. What
    • seeking, all our impressions would give us sucking or stabbing pains. We
    • humanity is aware of color and light without having to think of the seeing
    • done under Lucifer's influence, would have become self-seeking. With every
    • Golgotha.” In perspective we see before us a time in which all
    • disease. Then man begins to suffer from the self-seeking of heart, lungs,
    • seeking, and the results most extraordinary. Assume, for example, that
    • not the self-seeking organ only, but all the other organs also, striving
    • second Christ event. We see in perspective for the future that the human
    • becoming independently self-seeking, would have rent asunder the
    • seeking reason might have thought with scornful mockery about all that
    • We see also the meaning of the extraordinary pronouncement of Justin
    • I admit that it may seem strange when I say that this great Being was
    • human being. It would seem a more orderly progression if between His
    • angelic form. So it may seem to us. Yet, even though it is claimed that the
    • cosmos. It touches us deeply when we see in the prophets the urgency,
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • Seele, Ueber den Sinn der Lebens, Theosophische Moral, Anthroposophie
    • As spiritual science shows, it is equally impossible for us to see the
    • A person observed in this activity seems to be engaged in something
    • of the outer world; the eye should see as little, the ear hear as
    • what seers throughout the ages have always pictured as “reaching the
    • pantheists. But as the spiritual researcher sees it, pantheism is just
    • Observing a plant, we see how the seed germinates, how leaves and
    • blossoms develop, and how the fruit forms, producing new seed. We
    • realize how its life culminates in this seed. Leaves and blossoms drop
    • off, but the seed remains, bearing the promise of a new plant. We
    • become aware that the seed, the essential part of a new plant, is
    • new human life just as certainly as a plant seed has the potential to
    • germinating seed could perish if conditions didn't foster the
    • pointing out that, though the plant seed in its dependence on outer
    • way they want to see it. They know that Lessing was a great man, but
    • thing? We get a sense of why he said it when we see in reading Plato,
    • Plato that seem harsh have come down to us. He said that human souls
    • mysteries seems to Plato to be cut off from his true being. The
    • by the Church Fathers because the mysteries had taught them to see the
    • (see Note 1).
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • to the events surrounding World War I. Steiner sees a parallel between
    • prevented the war?” This question seems to contradict
    • were cousins, frantically exchanged telegrams in which one beseeched
    • that France regretted the Russian action, but there seems little doubt
    • placed in such a way that it seems to be standing in front of a rock
    • the fingers of the extended hand seem to leave in the rock itself.
    • see how the meaning of this interaction could easily be misunderstood.
    • (see Note 1)
    • Christ impulse must be seen as similar to the equilibrious state of a
    • increasingly becoming a conscious force. So we can see in the
    • evolution of the Western spirit how the Christ impulse seeks out in
    • If the soul does not consciously seek initiation as delineated in
    • (see Note 2)
    • December to the 6th of January. From her biography it seems difficult
    • (see Note 3).
    • mention many other instances from which it would be possible to see
    • Michelangelo's painting, we see a Christ who uses His very power to
    • no longer be seen as the genuine Christ, but rather as a Christ having
    • see ahrimanic forces. As a matter of fact, in spiritual scientific
    • between birth and death. This can be seen in his definitive idea —
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • Movement our souls are seeking a real and genuine link with the
    • delicately organized for his soul to feel pain when he sees other
    • as their own suffering. If they see a hungry man they will feel the
    • see, it is only through the wisdom of spiritual science itself that we
    • nothing else. It is a painful experience in our day to see men
    • and could thus anticipate what his soul will have to wait to see on
    • we see therein only evil, wickedness, degeneration, senselessness. If
    • another. In seeking the living Christ we also follow Him through death
    • to establish His identity, but rather we seek for God everywhere, in
    • Community and quickening life! We seek for community above us, the
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • January 1940 No. 3-4, this seems to be a condensed
    • Spiritual science seeks to
    • enlarge our horizon in regard to the true nature of man and to make us see
    • a little more than what we are able to see through the generally accepted
    • and to show us what man was like upon Atlantis; then it also seeks to point
    • See
    • You see, the fact that
    • her to do so ... and so she sees an image: She sees what the world
    • science imagines that in future we shall see Christ in an etheric shape,
    • he must see the etheric outside, in every form and shape. The etheric
    • be the number of those who see that the realisation of materialism can
    • Golgotha, also sees what is developing within our souls as an expression
    • of the evolution of the world. “CHRIST SEES US” ... let us
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • He cannot be content with what he sees through his senses or what he must
    • human being's physical surroundings, and thus the door which seems to close
    • seems quite reasonable to ask why something further should be required which
    • a visionary. But he will only seem so to those who allow themselves to be
    • soul, is lost. People like Deubler did not see through the whole process, did
    • not see how science gives birth to new questions for the living soul, but not
    • understand; the experiment seems so illuminating. Yet there is one
    • of their inherent life, with the spiritual world for which we are seeking.
    • colored blossoms and finally fruit. Then we see them wither and pass away
    • of vibrating strings upon a musical ear. And during the time when we see the
    • not flow in during the winter. And while with our physical sight we see only
    • physical plants attain fullness of growth, we see, so to speak, just as many
    • draw near, that we see what has united itself with the earth, and has
    • winter because of seeing the snow and feeling the cold does not know that
    • organism as a consequence of what was seen taking place during summer prove
    • Spiritual Science to see how indefensible it is to confuse it with philosophy
    • investigation is actuated by any arbitrary human purpose in seeking for a
    • Hartmann. This criticism of Hartmann's scientific folly seemed to be one
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • [Bewusstseinsseele, sometimes translated also as
    • will to understand will come in time, and we must see that it does
    • come. In every possible way we must see that it does come.
    • as a simple characterisation, so that human beings may see what kind
    • its reality only when we see it against the background of the forces
    • see, therefore, how intimately the mystery of death is connected with
    • How often do we see men arising here or there, making this or that
    • received with the deepest, truest earnestness. If we would seek out
    • the evil in man, we must seek for it not in the evil actions that are
    • itself. You see, my dear friends, if one is obliged in our time to
    • evil inclinations in man? What do they seek to achieve in the
    • receiving them he implants in himself the seed, the tendency to
    • intended to become of those forces whose caricature you see in the
    • You see, when we think of these things we come very near the central
    • behold and see his fellow-men in new and ever changing ways. To-day,
    • the Spiritual Soul, man is little inclined as yet to see his
    • fellow-man as he must learn to see him in the course of this epoch,
    • see one another in such a way that they overlook what is most
    • so for one who sees things in their reality, all physical things are
    • as pictures — images of something spiritual. We must learn to see
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  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • then will that gradually emerge which seeks to emerge in the Fifth
    • the age of the Consciousness Soul and that these drives seek to press
    • impulses which seek to become reality. But in so doing we must
    • to social and anti-social forces? We need to see that the relationship
    • characteristics, we must clearly see the common elements in the
    • One sees this phenomenon most clearly when one thinks of the direct
    • Why is this so? Well, we must see that this rests on a very important
    • to be surprised when your social being seeks to lull you to sleep in
    • can from an occult perspective be seen to govern our life. When we
    • arrangements seem far-fetched from the seemingly wise consciousness of
    • seeks to find healing remedies for these times must intelligently and
    • the social demands of the present. They can in a certain sense be seen
    • From this you can see that nothing is accomplished by seeing things in
    • seems with social leaders or with those who look after social
    • The social element is essential; it must be cherished. We shall see
    • you now see these workmen selling their labour hour by hour, as the
    • you can see that it is necessary to look at things correctly in these
    • toward each other can be seen in the many clubs and societies which
    • people into our life in such a way that we see ourselves, our own
    • before our souls as vividly as possible in order to see what each has
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • two-dimensional shadow-picture, thrown on the screen. Goethe seems to
    • himself from the economic field. To speak trivially, the stomach sees
    • thinking, seeped into the economic usages and methods originally
    • developed from the seeds planted in mid-European civilisation was
    • We can see that this state of things had reached a certain climax when
    • thus into the super-sensible world, with understanding for what is seen
    • souls, the bearers of this culture were seeking for the spirit without
    • a notion of what the spirit is. And where did they seek it? In the
    • in the life of soul (Seelenseite das Geistes). What gave profundity to
    • It certainly seems paradoxical when these things, which are of
    • is happening here on the earth would appear if seen, for example, from
    • the Moon. If he could look from the Moon he would see that the life of
    • that transpires while you see, hear, smell, taste, is light in the
    • cosmos, the radiation of light into the cosmos. From your seeing, from
    • from the earth. You cannot perceive, hear, see, smell or feel without
    • within you, this is seen from out yonder as the life of the whole
    • between Asia and Europe. Seen from outside, the thinking peculiar to
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • We shall then see what a great impact on a person's everyday life these
    • capacities have any part to play in the rest of man's life? You will see that
    • tells you, we can see human life running its course in
    • From this you will see that the forces of Imagination, Inspiration and
    • memory. You only see the world aright if you see it as being neither
    • this line this world that is spread out around us (see horizontal line of
    • of him you see standing in front of you belongs entirely to this line. But
    • entirely from out of the planet's interior. It is very interesting to see
    • want to see an actual manifestation of the forces of the earth's interior,
    • they are teachers, You see, if you possess this real knowledge of man and
    • not acquire any knowledge of man. They do not see the human being in
    • and do not see any real humanity in one another, they will never be able
    • But people cannot be social if they do not see the human quality in one
    • becoming a clerk or an officer only helps you to see clerks and officers in
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • Today I want to interpolate a theme which may possibly seem to you
    • member of his constitution. We shall presently see what I mean by
    • (see
    • that in addition to this solid structure they should also see the
    • truth merely its external expression, this is the same as seeing only
    • (see
    • the aspect of knowledge, of cognition, and you will see how the two
    • shall we seek in dreams for knowledge as we seek it in waking mental
    • we have a white sphere with a black area in the middle, we see
    • not think of that at the moment.) We see the black area, we see that
    • So you see, no matter whether we study the man from the inner or the
    • (See
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • connection with his body if he did not leave it during sleep and seek
    • see, we have come from the realm of soul into the physical!
    • speak, still dark light, in the sense that the seed of a plant is not
    • there is produced what we call a seed of life — but it is
    • an etheric, not a physical seed of life such as issues from the
    • female organism at a birth. This etheric seed which lies in the
    • So we see that our whole constitution, beginning with the
    • the case of the plant we must go back to the seed, so in the case of
    • seeds which lie in us as moral ideals.
    • producing in the solid organism — seeds of Life. (etheric)
    • the other heavenly bodies — they were seen as Spirit Beings. We
    • You see, therefore, how great is the distance separating the
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • accompanied by impulses of feeling, and we shall see that feeling
    • Thus you see how in the human being the two great ideals, freedom and
    • [e.Ed: See Oxford Dictionary.]
    • within us a seed, a germinating entity which, first and foremost, is
    • bearer of the seed into the future. The thoughts of the past, as
    • laid that which comes from the individual egohood, and the seed is
    • Just as when a plant unfolds it contains in its blossom the seed to
    • We can also see this if we look at the other pole — only there it
    • freedom can certainly be grasped by unbiased thinking. But to see
    • see the overcoming of matter; at the other pole, the new birth of
    • bear in ourselves that which destroys matter, where we can see how
    • This is the way in which to study the whole man. We see how
    • the process of World-Becoming; and we see how that which is contained
    • it to be reality — we see how this is dissolved away to nullity.
    • is a new creation in the condition of a seed, does there arise in us
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • right up to our own days — namely, to see the story of Christ Jesus and all
    • We can see from this story how Egyptian wisdom conceived of the connection
    • by Lucifer, rightly see a picture of the world in which Ahriman-Typhon is
    • then human beings see their picture of the world in a luciferic form. How
    • does the human being see this picture of the world? This luciferic picture
    • of morality always lies in the present, where, like seeds for the future,
    • ahrimanic, see it with luciferic characteristics. Lucifer is present, he is
    • enables us to see into the world with understanding, worked in a twofold
    • that theology is completely permeated by Lucifer. It no longer sees into
    • aspect of the human being as you can see from my previous words we
    • a new way. They must realize that they must first of all seek Isis, in
    • Boten In Menschenseeten auferwecken Isis-Sophia Des Gottes Weisheit.
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • For a different translation of this lecture, see:
    • tradition sees the meaning of all earth-evolution. These three
    • in later times. It may seem strange and paradoxical, but it is
    • before our birth.” And it seemed to such a pupil of the ancient
    • eyes look out into universal space and see my spatial surroundings. In
    • after death, namely, the forces already present like a seed between
    • Wonderfully unified, we thus see what, although it was one and the
    • And when we see how humanity received the event of Golgotha, we must
    • inner being a world which, although we create it within us, we see as
    • Jupiter, Venus, Vulcan. We see the heavens in inner vision just as the
    • You see, what must be taken into consideration is that in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • a demand which the conscientious seeker after knowledge will feel is
    • not see it. And that, they said, is for him a blessing. Man is
    • lived in the general consciousness of mankind. The earth was seen in
    • feeling of standing on firm ground; he sees himself being hurled
    • (see Note 1),
    • (see Note 2)
    • is, so to speak, incidental. He sees himself hurled through universal
    • We see, then, what it was men feared in olden times for the pupil who
    • idea of the nature of man if we are content to see the course of his
    • vague and indeterminate, so that one does not see all at once exactly
    • impulse of will. Then again we see ourselves acting; and then again we
    • have seen, leads a kind of dream life, can become hooded with the same
    • human organisation functions when the will pulsates in it. We see what
    • It is, as you see, a different attitude we have to attain from that of
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • when we are walking; but we can see ourselves stepping forward. We form
    • seers, something of which they said: Of its essential nature it is not
    • you see, lives in us as abstraction only. In feeling, inasmuch as we
    • experience of darkness — where we see nothing. On the other hand,
    • (see Note 1)
    • (see Note 2)
    • could the Greeks any longer see in the sun the actual source of Life;
    • that which became Western when the Greeks see Troy on fire, become
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • to express Man in a symbol. If one seeks the nearest modern words to
    • unconscious. If a person sees something belonging to the outer world
    • or to himself, for instance, if with his own eye he sees another Man's
    • (see diagram) you have the A in harmony with B and C, but in each
    • can be seen. However at a distance all the trees resolve into a single
    • seen in its reality, before Man's higher and inward experience,
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • Menschliches Seelenleben und Geistesstreben im Zusammenhange
    • the tendency to descend into physical embodiment. We see him there as
    • characterized by all that we see with the senses and understand with
    • birth. Much, very much, can be seen in this astral body of a little
    • child, great secrets are inscribed there. Much can be seen there of
    • organs. Thus we see the whole astral body, which man brings with him
    • through birth into this physical existence — we see it diving down
    • We then see how his movements — intelligent movements, now, walking
    • in traces there, and many other things too, as we shall see. The
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • As the human being stands before us we see, in the first place, his
    • (see Note 1) does not realize that
    • connection with spirit. To be good is to build a living seed for a
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • his life could be found once more by seeing himself as a member of the
    • plant and animal. We then seek there the key to understanding human life
    • could then see, as it were, into the inner realms of nature. From the
    • (see Note 1).
    • is always dependent on the subhuman. What was seen by that high form of
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • would look like this (see drawing, [right]). In this invisible man we
    • into the etheric, and on into the physical organization (see arrow).
    • right next to the invisible one (see drawing). This is how the mutual
    • (see arrows). In the human being after birth, this stream flows into
    • restorative process. As we have seen, the breathing process is to a
    • into the eye with this anthroposophical knowledge, we see that the
    • You see, one cannot speak
    • can see that we will never comprehend the pathology that underlies
    • individuals we can already see the consequences of this from
    • You can see, then, that if
    • reality as it seems when matters have to be simplified in a schematic
    • processes react. We will not get the right effect if we cannot see
    • You see, anthroposophy is
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    • have a natural process, so to speak, but you can see immediately how that
    • Thus we can see how a fundamental understanding of this three-fold
    • smallest parts in the tissues of the organism. But one does not see the
    • antimony. As soon as we look at it externally we see that it has an
    • It grows almost like a mineral moss or a mineral lichen. One can see that
    • this mineral wants to order itself into threads. One can see this even more
    • In them we have seen how man has not merely his physical body, but also
    • will see what is significant here. What matters is to really be able to see
    • But one must see to it that this containment can emanate from the various
    • exceedingly complicated disease. Thus you see that the possibility of a
    • processes work on in the human organism, and this can be seen if one
    • We have seen how antimony establishes the rhythm between the astral
    • body and the etheric body. Now we can see how the forces which are
    • system. We can also see how calcium — especially that calcium which is
    • remedies in nature so that one can see how the two are connected.
    • processes by detour through the digestive system. If, however, we see
    • Thus we see how the healing effect of the different substances brought
    • proper pedagogy — into the school, one can see how the manner in which
    • I can mention this only in principle, but one can see from it not only how
    • This curative eurythmy consists in taking what you have seen here as
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    • To ordinary consciousness this may seem true, but in reality it is not
    • seeing the things we experienced while awake and omitting the periods
    • of sleep, the fact is that we see a void, a nothing, in the intervals
    • white wall where at one place the white paint was lacking; you see a
    • see the empty hole inasmuch as you see darkness. So do you see the
    • these darknesses of life that you say ‘I.’ If you did not see the
    • We do not see ourselves aright if we say: ‘Here am I, this robust and
    • only see ourselves aright if we say: ‘Our true being is in the
    • I will now show how you can see this picture-character of man more
    • Bearing all this in mind, we only see this outer form of man aright if
    • together. Only when things are seen in this way can one speak truly
    • Man therefore, seen in his totality, both in his earthly life by day
    • never really see the Moon itself; we see at most a scanty indication
    • of it where the illuminated crescent is continued. What we are seeing
    • as we never see through to the other side of a mirror, so do we never
    • see the interior of the Moon, where, in effect, there lives a
    • Therefore when we look upward to the Moon we only see it truly if we
    • great Universe. Whoever seeks Initiation-wisdom in present time, must
    • among other things seek to receive into this Initiation-wisdom what
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    • we have seen taking place — partly on earth, partly in super-sensible
    • When we look back into olden times, we see rise up before us within the
    • mankind in colours and forms of rarest loveliness. We see, thus following
    • Bearing this in mind, let us look for a moment at Raphael and see how he
    • behold, my dear friends, how Raphael enters the Moon sphere, and we see how
    • lived in earlier stages of Earth-evolution. We see how he unites himself
    • We see how in the Sun sphere he is able to live through over again in a deep
    • And we see further how what he thus had at the foundation of his life
    • Novalis. And so we see Raphael die young, Novalis die young — one being,
    • that through Raphael was given to human eyes to see, — of this could human
    • sense-reality, whatever the eye can see and recognise as beautiful — all
    • And so we see in Novalis a radiant and splendid forerunner of that
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    • of such a kind, that people — strange as it may seem today
    • — knew nothing of death. It may seem strange to you today, yet
    • interlude. But they did not see in the points “a” and
    • uninterrupted stream of the life of spirit and soul. They did see, of
    • But just as an animal knows nothing of death when it sees another
    • You see, in far
    • stand, seen from a human aspect. But they can also be contemplated
    • disciples: it was the teaching of death, as seen from the scene of
    • Seen from the
    • seen an apostle, i.e. one who had known the Lord himself, after his
    • point of seeing that mankind's evolution had been seized by an enemy
    • enabled men to see how Ahriman crept into the evolution of humanity
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    • printing press, the people were to come to the theatre and see the
    • exercise an extraordinary influence. We see this great effect in plays
    • actor, has the merit of having written these plays. (See in
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    • influence. We see this great effect in plays that have
    • times comes in which we again see the essential more than is the
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    • it, whereby it consumed itself. It now carried within itself the seed
    • the Form and it passes over into the seed out of which a new form will
    • has come, like a seed, out of the Lunar Epoch. In that epoch,
    • Christianity and lives in all forms and confessions. Whoever seeks the
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    • — this is what everyone who really seeks after Truth should keep
    • realms of being. But one here has the means to see at least an
    • the words of the Occultist must at first seem devoid of all meaning.
    • formula a multiplicity of single cases, so does Goethe seek for the
    • — could yet exist.” That is to say, Goethe seeks the as yet
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    • only seemingly the case. What we receive into the sphere of our
    • souls; what seems to be remote from us personally is often what the
    • upon which the soul is working may seem to be quite remote, while in
    • between death and a new birth — that life that seems so far
    • contained in the magnetic needle. In the case of a seed or germ which
    • see into that world perceive how the dead gradually makes more and
    • one who seeks it. Control and discipline are necessary for this kind
    • of the individual dead — strange as it seems — is always a
    • First of all, I will tell you something that may seem to have no
    • Strange and grotesque as it may seem, the whole form of intercourse to
    • civilised life seems to conspire to hinder man's intercourse with the
    • something to us in our dream, but we should see in the dream something
    • sleep, it would seem to us as though the dead himself were speaking
    • — hence the echo in the dream seems as if it were a message from
    • the dead seems to say to us is really what we are saying to him.
    • What the dead say to us seems to arise out of our own soul. If men
    • knowledge of the spiritual world. For you see, Divine Service for the
    • see, for the unfolding of true piety it is important to know what
    • indications such as I have been giving seem to him quite remote, he
    • it. And even if it seems as though the dead were remote, while present
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    • Die Erkenntnis des Menschenwesens Nach Leib, Seele und Geist.
    • You see,
    • you, that when we remove the top of the skull, we can see the brain?
    • think in ordinary life. You see, if I move a table from there to
    • You see, when
    • the artfully structured left portion of the brain we can see in
    • you pronounce, for example, an M. You'll see that you must
    • All of this is imitation. This means that children take in, see,
    • produces spherical convolutions. So you see, these sounds work on the
    • in the world around us? Well, you see, whenever we speak we are also
    • words, whenever they see another person move, children inwardly
    • structure this brain mush beautifully. Thus we see that, at least in
    • You see, it is
    • You see, this comes about because when a person is used to doing a
    • side and will also hear and see a bit better on that side. The person
    • would happen then? You see, what would happen is that, below the
    • You see, we
    • how important these influences from the outside are. We see that they
    • You see, when we
    • place, you see, is that the nerve bundles, as it were, gradually
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  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • For another version of this lecture, see
    • sense-perceptible. For we have seen that here in the physical world
    • condition into life. Thus a man sees, but at the same time something
    • is living in his seeing; he hears and at the same time something is
    • sees the colour red; it feels sympathy or antipathy for the colour.
    • way we grasp things through the senses, it is your eyes that see the
    • process of seeing. Not what happens upon the tongue, but what
    • the process of seeing, so that the painter really tastes the colour
    • spiritual world; otherwise, as we have often seen, the downfall of
    • of Goethe and Schiller, we can see that the abstractions in
    • been said here. With Schiller it seems that the process has been
    • seer. Here spirit and matter need not be contrasted, for it can be
    • seen how spirit penetrates all matter everywhere, so that nowhere can
    • could not go so far as to see that the activity which finds material
    • So we see in
    • the spirit in matter. As you will see, this has further consequences.
    • You will see that man as an aesthetic being is raised above earthly
    • can prove something logically; and we have seen arise in our midst,
    • come into being. We need to see with certainty that the tree-trunk as
    • evolution and history. Seen from the standpoint of reality, what is
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    • IT seems that it would be useful to consider matters concerned with
    • Schiller seeks to answer, in his own way, the question:
    • Thus Schiller seeks to draw down rational necessity into his human
    • seeks to raise up and spiritualise, so that the human being is not
    • It seems as if present-day man is not properly able to share what
    • It is very characteristic of the time of Schiller and Goethe to seek
    • rejects everything Philistine and seeks for an ideal condition which
    • oneself seems not very significant — and perhaps one will find a
    • and later disappear altogether. You can see that he never reached the
    • and Goethe recognised that. But it seemed to him too simple to ascribe
    • one can see man within it. Man is a threefold being. In every age
    • nourishment into my body, What is out there, what eyes see and ears
    • would seem grotesque to him: the highest Hierarchies, Seraphim,
    • single entity of State legalism. In fact, society should be seen as a
    • spiritual life. Now we can see a trend towards making these three
    • You can see that real knowledge of man and real knowledge of the
    • time do not see the connection between materialism on the one hand and
    • in clairvoyance, you will see how the necessity of co-operation
    • you are thirsty. If this happens, you see how unhealthy it is.
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    • You will readily see how many opportunities there are for such things
    • see them working together with the rhythmic system indirectly through
    • his environment, and can see how spiritual forces are at work in the
    • often presented to you in a Eurythmy performance. Here you can see how
    • Elf King's daughter amidst them is seen.
    • For Elf King's daughter did I see.”
    • swim. Here then you may see how experiences can come back in the form
    • unites whatever he sees in nature with his own being. Now the
    • see that it has not yet reached an understanding of the Mystery of
    • outrage. Thus you can see how little readiness there is on the part of
    • Here and there one sees people beginning to be very keenly aware of
    • diffusion of light with mathematical ideas, they will say: You see,
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • around them. When the Sun rises they see only the phenomena of light
    • And when they looked at the sky, which seems to us to be blue, but for
    • seemed to him to be concentrated in the living Sun, and to withdraw
    • We see, then, that the development of faculties situated primarily in
    • You see now in what way processes in the human organism are dependent
    • again as rain. This is really all that men see in the way of forces
    • from beyond the Earth. But this the earthworms also see! In his
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    • life between death and a new birth. For seen from a human point of
    • super-sensible or spiritual world, represents — seen from a human
    • respects he cannot be understood at all on the basis of what we see
    • — as it were a spiritual seed or germ. This Spirit seed, having
    • physical seed, perceptible within the world of sense. But the whole
    • intelligible like the salt crystal, on the basis of what we see around
    • Thus you can see in the form of man himself, how the transformation
    • present body who does not see in it the germ of a head, for the next
    • effect the Heavenly and Earthly sound together. Here once again we see
    • have seen, our bodily faculties: Walking, Speaking, Singing and
    • faculty of sense-perception. Our seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting
    • dear friends, but not in the light or for the light that we see.
    • apparatus, we should still have the forms. But when we see a human
    • the light. The finished eye sees the ‘front’ of the light,
    • eye which sees the light is formed by the soul and Spirit of the
    • In the whole human being we see transformed spiritual being, which is
    • who places himself into the midst of the earthly. Moreover, we see
    • You see how wonderfully all things work and weave into one another in
    • You see, therefore, that Imaginative thinking is already related to
    • there to see the light, and I have the light around me anyhow. It
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    • You see the teacher must, in full consciousness, be permeated through
    • power and eroticism, then you will see from the beginning how
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    • immortality. In the outer world we see the reflex of such deeds. They need
    • We actually see the
    • alternate between these two processes. When you see, hear, smell or taste,
    • without leaving a trace behind. The eye itself perishes, the object seen
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • spirit are seen, moving as it were through the surging sea of
    • the crystal that it would seem as though inwardly you followed
    • we see with our sense consciousness, as it were, the external
    • of the minerals. If we are able to see the crystal not only
    • break it up, for that would still be to see it only outwardly,
    • — when we thus see the crystal from within, we can
    • When we gaze behind the veils of existence, we see the
    • Christ is a God Who has lawfully become man, we must seek His
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    • Die Menschliche Seele in Ihrem Zusammenhang mit Goettlich-geistligen
    • We see the physical body grow still. We see the human being unable to
    • seen in the ordinary way. External, physical eyes do not see what goes
    • You see what complex processes are embraced in the human etheric body.
    • one observes the waking human being, one sees the etheric body in
    • Now one sees how all that streams and flows and shines inwards, from
    • eyes, one sees this phosphorescent glow, inwards, changing into
    • seeking the ultimate reality, behind what is fundamentally
    • Thirdly — in this attempt to exercise the art of seeking the
    • And beholding it more closely, one can see that this organ permeates
    • You see — in this way, through the art that seeks out the
    • like describing a swarm of gnats seen in the distance, so that the
    • It was the necessary course of human evolution to see Being everywhere
    • point, because the realities were seen less and less.
    • And so one reaches the point of seeing man's soul and spirit-nature
    • of speech, and of movement. One sees then how the activity of the
    • Thus we see, when we have threefold Man before us: —
    • see the creating Cherubim.
    • From this we see how the physical human form dissolves into
    • will see how his whole life consists in a struggle and effort among
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    • the ‘Scientific’ standpoint. On the other hand, it seems
    • perception which hold sway at that particular time. We have also seen
    • and experiences it would seem as if an altogether new being were
    • because, as we have seen, its elementary principles are to be found
    • and you will see that our age, after much painstaking research into
    • this is the same age and the same kind of research that can see no
    • back to the Mysteries and seek in them for those things which have
    • the spiritual worlds. This, as we shall see by reference to the
    • history itself records, we see that whereas in earlier times the
    • accomplished through the spiritual world. He will see how there was
    • Philosophy to-day insists upon seeking for causes in what is
    • obstacles which hinder him from seeing the world in its true form.
    • possessed from his earthly beginning is seen to be something from
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    • And now let us see whether we can explain these words of Wagner in the
    • which he does not see. But if a successful operation is performed upon
    • — we shall see out of what depths of spiritual scientific
    • Sun and moon were only seen through a rainbow-haze. Moreover man's
    • Central Europe. It seemed to them that the waters of the Rhine had
    • can see how through his intuition Wagner was able to draw upon amounts
    • And now let us see how this sublime ideal lived on the heart and soul
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    • and space. Gazing out into the expanses of the cosmos, we see how the
    • Initiation, the preparation of the individual for Initiation. We see a
    • In very creatures of nature they see the Divine-Spiritual. This is
    • sinful, impious. It is sacrilege to see the Divine-Spiritual in
    • Truly these things are grave when we see them as they really are. I
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    • gaze to the East. There we can see that the animalization of the
    • else it may, on the other hand, seek the path leading to an AWAKENING
    • Everything which comes from other directions and seeks to transform
    • hierarchy, for to-day they feel averse to seek a connection with the
    • simply because we can see that what has risen to the surface during
    • year in the life of a child, we can see in it the inheritance
    • develop activities for others, we can see therein the impulses which
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • methods. But although the physical body may at first seem to be what
    • descriptions of the Moon-epoch, [See
    • cannot be made. Imagine the following experiment and that you see it
    • see the etheric body jumping out. And what would occur? — You
    • What does really take place? — You see, I would like to
    • You see, throughout
    • You see, our astral
    • unable to see his activities. It is quite possible, to imagine this!
    • But those Beings who cannot see man, nor his activities, may, for
    • instance, be able to see — a clock. They would, therefore, know
    • however, see the man who makes the clock; they would only see how a
    • clock arises from its single parts. They would perhaps see the
    • but they would see them gripping, as it were, out of the air. What a
    • of their own accord, for we can see how they form themselves.”
    • penetrate into the mother’s body. Those who do not see these
    • forces ... well, also a farmer does not see the forces that are
    • sphere everything is worked out. [See Rudolf Steiner's
    • principle. It is therefore impossible to see Lucifer through physical
    • earthly serpent that can be seen through our ordinary earthly eyes.
    • would see him in the form which he had upon the Moon, when he was
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    • is scarcely an aperture, seems to enshrine a mystery; from outside at
    • it makes upon us. Paradoxical as it may seem, this is the conception
    • itself as a Greek Temple. Every Gothic form seems to reach out beyond
    • element; but there is something in all Gothic forms which seems to
    • this — where even the enclosing walls seem to lead out beyond,
    • the forms which are to be seen on fragments preserved in modern
    • life of the universe. The seeds of whatever comes to pass in the
    • living on the physical Earth. It is asked: Has anyone actually seen
    • People had not seen this temple! The enigma of it all is that here I
    • not been seen. But so it is ... In Nature, too, there is something
    • that may be present and yet not be seen. The comparison is not
    • mark. Plants are contained within their seeds, but human eyes do not
    • see the plants within the seeds. This comparison, as I say, must not
    • correct — the comparison between the seed of a plant and the
    • we can actually see a man who is in the act of raising himself
    • time, is not shut off, inasmuch as wherever we look a challenge seems
    • See the lecture: “Die okkulte Gesichtspunkte des Stuttgarter
    • will light upon something that seems to say to us: This
    • back to me. On the one side his words seemed to me at the time to
    • us. We seem to be aware of an almost deathlike smell when we have an
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    • difficult to see clearly in this chaos. Descendants of many earlier
    • (See note 1.)
    • (See note 2.)
    • We can see from the organization and development of the Persian
    • (See note 3.)
    • (See note 4.)
    • only been prepared for. The highest Initiates had actually seen it.
    • So much for the Fourth subrace. We have seen that it had been
    • (See note 5.)
    • seems to be in some doubt and appears to have been abbreviated.)
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    • however strangely seeming. Imagine some Being descending from another
    • in the mere abstract constellations which we see to-day. He saw them
    • must look back beyond my birth, far into the past, if I would see the
    • nascimur. Mankind stood in need of healing, and the seers and
    • into their physical environment, had seen in all the stars the
    • spiritual insight will find it as I have said. He will see at the
    • God; he will see this consciousness gradually weakened and paralysed,
    • till man at length should only see around him a world of Nature, void
    • worlds — He will seek a new sphere of His existence. He will
    • Men of the East — the three Kings or Magi — we see the
    • Then must they seek Him out at His hidden place. Indeed, there
    • form, so that man could see Him and behold Him, and future History
    • spiritual literature, [See especially “Knowledge
    • he feels this Death deeply and intensely. Then he may well seek the
    • We see the dead physical man; we have the dead corpse before us, all
    • cannot see the Divine out of which he is born. Man must be secretly
    • Christo morimur, then too we feel what is seeking to come near us
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    • Die Menschliche Seele in Ihrem Zusammenhang Mit Goettlich-Geistligen
    • [ ’Pedant’ seems to be, in this connection,
    • unless we see in him the first philosophical pedant and at the same
    • development in all its tremendous significance, we shall come to see
    • We see how intimate is the connection of that stream in evolution
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    • East we see a culture which in the true sense is not culture at all
    • earthly world, terrible etheric-astral Beings are to be seen,
    • the East of Europe to-day, we see not human beings alone but an
    • these cloud-like, spiritual forms seem to gather together into a mass
    • indistinct. Seething over from the East we see those other beings,
    • beings of the West, the more do their heads seem to disappear. These
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • lecture you will have seen how the spiritual world, in which we are
    • fully conscious Imaginative seership. By a perfectly normal and
    • faculty, already in the physical world, always to see how the
    • always sees through the fact that Lucifer and Ahriman are playing
    • is a bad man, following evil desires’, but he sees through the
    • are truly seeking but they are groping in the dark; they divine that
    • see what he may have experienced perhaps many years ago; experiences
    • seeks in the depths of the soul for what we might call the ‘animal
    • of thinking; we shall not seek for the ‘animal morass’ of
    • shall often have to seek the underlying cause of an unhappy mood of
    • it takes for the Sun to process through the whole zodiac. You see,
    • beyond their limited outlook which sees nothing more in the whole
    • what I wrote when I first began my work, decades ago, will see that
    • lectures, you will see how very different is this consciousness in
    • well aware; and of the plant world we only see the all-pervading
    • connected while in the physical body. Thus you have seen once more,
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    • circle. We shall see how the construction of such God-myths springs
    • all, as we shall shortly see, a deep relationship as regards other
    • external perception one can see how the Egyptians — in their
    • worship all the more fostered.[See Egyptian Myths and Mysteries.]
    • Chronos and Rhea — we shall see immediately how they fit into
    • this, however, you see that the Greeks looked back to a time when
    • see, the Greek examined his own soul, and he brought his generations
    • Gaea-Uranus; Rhea-Chronos; Hera-Zeus. For you see Chronos drove
    • [See former note. Trans.]
    • see, even superficial ideas can indicate to us that certain nature
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    • Fourth Epoch knew: when we look around us we see only the physical,
    • could really say: we see them. Entirely abstract thinking has only
    • seeing of ideas, a seeing of spiritual realities, a living in
    • But you can see from
    • himself out of the atmosphere. Formerly he had seen it outside; now
    • get an idea of it if you seek it in the following way. You see, men
    • something which you see with the senses; then you think it over
    • You see, a deep logic,
    • outer air (see sketch) — if I speak for the one sex —
    • that as child he had seen something else in it. He knew that the air
    • micro-macrocosmic bond of mankind, as you have seen, but the whole
    • treated today as sexual problems. But you see how what here is pure,
    • If one would see
    • the actual underlying truth. But one can also see from such things
    • direct connection with what is seen. For instance, a small group of
    • who is seen to be learned. For it still has a certain significance
    • There you can see the abstraction-process on a small scale, but
    • moon. You see from this ordinary cross-sign, how the concept has
    • said, an immensely clever literature exists which seeks to find out
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    • seen that the Egyptian and Grecian mythologies in the manner of their
    • to the things of the senses. We have seen that for this old atavistic
    • the course of these studies we shall see to what an infinitely
    • Now we have seen in
    • Osiris-myth. We have seen that this early age meant to say: there
    • the Osiris-Isis Legend in its essentials, have seen how Osiris was
    • Now you see Isis in
    • was open to all, and in fact everyone could see it at convenient
    • circumstances, in special moments, had nevertheless seen this new
    • but seen by few. Many persons then turned in special moments to the
    • see the whole miraculous change that had come to her offspring. She
    • a spring. We have seen how we live in the age of abstractions, where
    • — but, my dear friends, in a mirror one sees that which one is!
    • And so the owl ... I mean the modern scientific profundity, sees in
    • Then you will see why
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    • difference between men who seek to grasp in the soul the impulse of
    • who neglect to do so. If you think this over, you will easily see
    • never seek to grasp the spiritual life of the soul cannot lift the
    • made of things that have simply got to be seen through, whether for
    • course other instances of our being symmetrical, for instance we see
    • (see Diagram 2).
    • (see Diagram 2).
    • a Thought-Culture. And so the Greco-Latin time, which as we have seen
    • alchemical and other writings so much despised today, you would see
    • in the outer planets, Saturn, Jupiter, Mars you see what is connected
    • what is foreign to reality and so on, and to seek, each for himself,
    • It might easily seem,
    • something, but how one sees it, how one is able to
    • You see, my dear
    • again and again one sees ‘The Conservation of Energy —
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    • mankind's evolution, and you have already seen that all sorts of
    • spirit nature after our twenties, we must seek for this development
    • own willpower we must make any further advance. This is how it seems,
    • externally considered — we shall see immediately how matters
    • becoming-younger! And we have seen what consequence must be drawn
    • historical development with more sharpened senses can see it —
    • affairs. Today we see the claim made by great circles of mankind to
    • necessary it is to seek for fresh and different impulses for the
    • transition, but in each age one should also look about and see what
    • Friedrich Schlegel sees a great onesidedness in the French
    • Christianized. And he sees the great evil to be that science has
    • science and State. And one can see from the way he spoke at that time
    • have seen exactly that such events had to come. They were preceded
    • upon what was already there, he should have seen, have felt, that a
    • did not see; he knew nothing of it. And this, my dear friends, shows
    • likewise in 1828 he could see nothing around him. Thus he prophesied
    • Spiritual Science. One can see that by various examples: I will bring
    • just read a lecture of mine on the task of Spiritual Science, [See:
    • sees that this Spiritual Science has, after all, something very
    • thoroughly amiable, kindly tone. One sees that the man is gripped by
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    • Now it seems as if the
    • result of our always seeking to understand through abstract
    • see, the human being is — this we have stressed again and again
    • seen a human skeleton — remember then that the human skeleton
    • complexity. But we will first consider the duality which we see when
    • see, to say: man in respect of his head is above all ruled by the
    • head is, we can say: man is ruled by the spherical form (see
    • You will, however, easily see that disregarding certain
    • this (see diagram: moon form), only, of course, the two circles must
    • can see and can think through our head. Many people say nowadays
    • unillumined moon. (See drawing below.) In other words, one must
    • said ever come before us in life? What I have just said seems to be
    • abstract, it seems paradoxical and hard to understand, but yet the
    • what they seem to us here on the physical plane. A sudden death
    • enabled to see how a man assimilates life-wisdom, life-experience all
    • Wisdom is fructified in man by love. So say the dead. [See
    • You see, such a world
    • everywhere that in each planet he sees an Angelic Intelligence. And
    • conceptions had to come. But only the foolish see them as something
    • concepts may seem difficult today they will become something that one
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    • We have seen that we approach certain riddles of the universe I and
    • of mankind when we begin to observe man himself, seeing in his
    • We have seen that when
    • willing to see that the whole universe participates in it. In the
    • things, one can see for oneself externally the truth that lies in
    • (see diagram), from all sides universal matter continuously streams
    • will only stress this as a matter by which you can see how one comes
    • one can most easily maintain a neutral attitude. You see, however,
    • intensive observation of human life one can see how man makes use of
    • The earth, as you see,
    • polarity. [See: ‘Prayers
    • feel-through something. Here too, you see, is a point where modern
    • not have mere head-life but heart-life as well. But you see, to
    • patience is required than for head-life. Head-life ... well, you see,
    • The star flower plucked by Reinhart's seeker after Paradise at his
    • his audience may make note of it. One will only be really able to see
    • last few days to see what a curious sort of logic it is possible to
    • great mutual agreement. What we see in Brest-Litowsk, this game of a
    • impulses of the present. You see, the present day has no inclination
    • You see, as man stands
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    • outer surface of his body, we can see just what is subject to the
    • can see that we are directed back to our past through our intellect;
    • flourished, it was natural to seek a higher stage of human
    • can see, my dear friends, the statements made in Anthroposophy are
    • knowledge of the human organization as seen from within; they are not
    • see, in this respect those people especially who are living within
    • beginning,” a priori. But if one learns to see inwardly,
    • thus see that in this a priori conception of the world is
    • different from what one imagines, usually makes it possible to see
    • this source, you will see, something comes to light relating to the
    • regard to this, we must seek elsewhere in order to learn the actual
    • can see that it is no less abstract to observe the external world
    • can see, merges with the external elements of heredity and education
    • general, one can see in the American point of view how the souls do
    • consideration of life in its true reality. We shall then see the
    • customary thinking of today, often seem paradoxical. But anyone who
    • (which is indeed full of hardships) will see, for instance, that many
    • appearance of justification, these opponents of ours seek out all
    • see each other again so that we can continue such studies, which can
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    • Die Menschliche Seele in Ihrem Zusammenhang Mit
    • Die Menschliche Seele in Ihrem Zusammenhang Mit
    • Observing the human being during the life of day, we can see how the
    • ear. But if I see the process truly, I perceive in the words and
    • of the life that has just ended; the human being sees his whole life
    • Everything, you see, fits into a whole. It is essential to realise
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    • Menschenwerden, Weltenseele und Wetlgeist. Zweiter
    • We see him growing beyond what those around him have to say, coming
    • into a closer union with Nature, in whose arms he first of all seeks
    • around him in his youth. And we see how in the course of his Italian
    • in Italy Goethe begins to see the transformation of leaf into petal
    • have had at his command a language which seems to converse with the
    • search for objectivity than he is to-day. We can see quite clearly
    • manifested in later centuries and above all we can see it in a man
    • these conceptions that Goethe was driven to seek by a fundamental
    • and word. When they were speaking it seemed to them that the idea
    • even only as an Italian, the world for which you are really seeking
    • a child. For a child sees the table just exactly as we see it, but he
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    • wishes and the like, arise, seems to have departed and we feel our
    • As you see, a higher member of man’s being, a super-sensible
    • in the ordinary consciousness seems to be a kind of pessimism. —
    • investigator through Inspiration seem to take the form of pessimism.
    • necessity which seems to be implicit in a man’s actions, in his
    • Spiritual Science, a new style of architecture was created [See:
    • in the forum of life, where man does not always seem to demand that
    • days, when the signs of decline are to be seen on every hand, it must
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • Menschenwerden, Weltenseele und Wetlgeist. Zweiter Teil. Der Mensch
    • were, a shadow-outline of the old spiritual wisdom. We can see
    • such as Galilei we can see that he uses his highly developed
    • this: their intellect was grappling with Nature, it was seeking
    • struggle of the intellect that was seeking to gain a knowledge of
    • may see, particularly in the nineteenth century, the development of a
    • [See Rudolf Steiner's, “Et incarnatus est ...”.] Attempts
    • It is strange to see
    • gives us something which seeks to explain, the world and man only
    • seen, for instance, in Fechner's “Introduction to Aesthetics”),
    • towards Anthroposophy, sees in the sensory world an image of the
    • which seeks to cognise the spirit in a materialistic manner, is
    • unfruitful, because the spirit can, of course, never be seen through
    • this spirit sets forth what they should seek; but owing to the fact
    • their own spirit, they seek the spirit in a materialistic, external
    • Czolbe we may see this quite clearly, the real sensualists and
    • theological element. Those who fail to see the theological element in
    • were grasped philosophically. It is interesting to see that the most
    • supersensibly between his last death and his birth. These who seek
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    • Menschenwerden, Weltenseele und Wetlgeist. Zweiter Teil. Der Mensch
    • see, the way in which Haeckel stood within his epoch, was
    • personality, the physiologist in question could not see this. If this
    • many others. But he also said something else. You see, he belonged to
    • with spiritual-scientific methods of investigation, merely see
    • see, the human being can only be active intellectually and he
    • already see what has thus developed, we may see it raying out from
    • an inner connection. We should be able to see it. In an outward
    • see, I must continually call attention to the difference between
    • see, in many ways we should consider the world from a different
    • see in this a symptom showing the presence of a great amount of
    • I have often said: It seems to me that those who are always speaking
    • it may not be possible to see what is really contained in the things
    • see, these are the occult connections in life. Those who see, with a
    • face this war of all against all. We would see the gradual
    • see, an older and more instinctive form of wisdom could feel
    • see, we should again acquire such feelings for a conception of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • What we can see and
    • furniture van had been seen for a long time, or perhaps never at all,
    • and where perhaps no furniture van would ever be seen again. At a
    • order to see this in the light of spiritual science, let me remind
    • the following case: You see a man, who is walking along the bank of a
    • river; you see him fall into the river and try to reach him. Where he
    • fell into the river, you see a stone. You then try to draw the man
    • can see that our Dornach Building is enveloped by the greatly
    • those who have seen it know this) that it is a double cupola
    • here you may see the so-called “Haus Hansi”, the house in
    • which I live. Now it is strange to see that little Theodor Faiss'
    • mass of muscles, bones, etc. It can only be recognised if we see in
    • we see it standing before us like a microcosm. We recognise what
    • see, clairvoyant knowledge arises when our soul-spiritual part is
    • cease completely while we are asleep. To begin with, and seen purely
    • present a lifeless aspect. The seer must give an entirely different
    • human being, lying there asleep on his bed. A clairvoyant seer must
    • seer; the earth thinks because it makes use of the sleeping human
    • humanity are able to attain, seems so weak, so very weak, in
    • to know them when you shall see the Building in the course of time
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    • insight, seems to point to man in pre-earthly existence, to man
    • must seek with the powers of free human cognition for the spark of
    • see the existence of processes and phenomena and then in the
    • be outside man and in seeking thus to understand human nature by way
    • some people, to see how they read Jacob Boehme and whenever they come
    • knowledge, to see that which is not of the earth, which belongs to a
    • sulphur-processes we see the pre-earthly life of man. For earthly
    • help us to see in the sulphur-process the reality of post-earthly
    • because of this they were able to see into the pre-earthly state of
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • (Verstandes und Gemütsseele) unfolded. Everything that humanity
    • You see, modern man
    • You see, during the
    • We must see through
    • paintings; there you will see a world that took on a completely different
    • seen in Dante, something that could no longer be experienced by the
    • spiritual world, that may still be seen in
    • an insight into world-events from a spiritual standpoint, must see
    • people who only see them outwardly. Central Europe, that is now
    • explanations that a cloud may be seen hovering over the physical body
    • You see, these are
    • body. You see, here we have significant forces that pass over into
    • seek that which leads us to Christ. Spiritual science is needed above
    • You see, if I reckon up
    • only see Christ's ministering spirits, clearly when we look into the
    • which mankind really does not know what it is seeking; it sleeps away
    • mankind seeks after a new knowledge of the spirit! Let us feel this
    • mentality seek to prepare the next stage: they also wish to eliminate
    • preparing him materialistically as a body; they seek to attain their
    • psychology and seek to adopt principles that are not those of the
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    • When they are put into words, these things seem almost matters of
    • I said at the time that this is an absolutely true experience. [See
    • being. The light cannot enable him to see objects because he has to
    • pass into the very light itself. Objects can be seen with the help of
    • longer be seen. But when, in his being of soul, he is moving in the
    • the super-sensible world were handed to him on a platter, he would see
    • them as little as you could physically see the objects in a dark
    • discerned in the most seemingly trivial facts of life. But in one
    • 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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    • Only when anthroposophical Spiritual Science is seen to contain this
    • came to me in this way for help in what they were seeking and could
    • duties of ministers of the church; and there seemed every prospect of
    • ultimately a case of seeing clearly and distinctly that we are living
    • everything that seeks to penetrate also into the life of science.
    • seeks help and counsel from those who are within the Anthroposophical
    • be able to see that those who have once found their way into the
    • tendency to blur things and not to see them clearly. But clarity is
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    • Geister ihrer Seelen, wirkende Wächter!
    • Unserer Seelen bittende Liebe
    • Den Seelen, die sie liebend sucht!
    • Our souls' beseeching love
    • To the souls whom it lovingly seeks!
    • Geister ihrer Seelen, wirkende Wächter!
    • Unsrer Seelen bittende Liebe
    • Den Seelen, die sie liebend sucht.
    • Our souls' beseeching love
    • To the souls whom it lovingly seeks!
    • we seek through our spiritual-scientific endeavours, the Spirit Who
    • [See Rudolf Steiner's
    • physical world, merely sees the external aspect of everything
    • sees this external aspect. We might say: Our ordinary physical
    • not always see — but from the other side, from the spiritual
    • You see, even in
    • super-sensible part of our physical body after death. We should seek
    • which an ordinary memory rises up in our physical body. You see, the
    • Everything that we now see before us, lives in the ether.
    • such a way that they rise up within you as LIVING memories; you see
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    • Thus, the ancient seers, upon whose visionary power the “Kalevala”
    • ancient seers, experienced the inspiring element of the sentient soul
    • these ancient seers, felt that the understanding soul was, as it
    • those ancient seers (but we must bear in mind the fact that the
    • Thus you may see that the
    • the earth; in that case, a spiritual element that seeks to penetrate
    • express. Someone who sees the face of a person might say, for
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    • See
    • conditions in the Anthroposophical Society makes it seem desirable to
    • organizational and developmental aspects of the Society, for I see it
    • honest seeking will find, if he practices self-observation, that this
    • (clarity of feeling, not of thought) with which people seek belonging
    • would not feel so urgently impelled to seek anthroposophy if the
    • as though from eternal wellsprings, impelling him to seek a different
    • inconsiderable item for a person who seeks to bring a religious
    • that this desire exists only as an instinct in many of those who seek
    • when a person seeking anthroposophy wants to escape from these will
    • behind but with the new world of his seeking. Since he has turned his
    • believes only in what his eyes see and what his mind makes of his
    • physical observations. Seekers therefore turn to the invisible
    • comes a second, one already contained in seed form in the first. It
    • consists in a compulsion to seek super-sensible knowledge. That the
    • everything that the striving for insight recognizes as its seeking,
    • tragedy, contains the most precious seeds of the new, constructive
    • young days vividly enough to make them seem immediate experience, so
    • surely see that an ethical-moral element is involved. But I am not as
    • matter from the standpoint of the heart, what a difference you see!
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    • When, several days after, you see this man again, the fresh sight of him
    • for example, that you see two men meet each other. Perhaps the one merely
    • sees the face of the other, but because of this certain movements arise in
    • This is expressed in his consciousness when he says: I have seen this face
    • taking place in the inner light-body. But we do not see them as light
    • movements. Why do we not see them thus in ordinary life? We do not see them
    • Therefore the dead see everything that they have experienced, which the
    • death man sees everything pass before him; for the etheric has the tendency
    • ether body. It is seen projected as a mighty picture — one may say that
    • Worlds” it might be that even in life we might see, not the results of
    • ordinary circumstances, leaving clairvoyance out of the question, see what
    • light-ether, we see our own little organised etheric body with its movements.
    • perceive my own light, and remove the force that hinders me from seeing the
    • that their vision might not be obscured and darkened, and that they might see
    • say: that by the light, the light-movements of the light-body can be seen,
    • needful to see these facts clearly, for it is very important to recognize how
    • people do not see how the course of evolution is tending, they do not realize
    • themselves. It is thus easy to see where the real fault and blame should lie.
    • people read but one paper, and believe what they see there. Their ideas
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    • with life. Those people who cannot see into the depths of existence
    • strange illusions seen today in a recent trend of natural science.
    • between a plant and a human being. Imagine planting a seed in the
    • a certain way irrevocably determined by the nature of the seed. It is
    • minor significance compared with the fact that a particular seed will
    • certain point. When a human being arises out of the embryo we see
    • in embryonic form as with a bean. The bean grows from the seed in any
    • inner laws which unfold from one seed to the next and have a definite
    • you see the influence the mind has on the body! In the case of
    • remained alive. You can see this for yourself if you look at the
    • see then that man's etheric body is something quite different from a
    • in our consciousness. Then let us see with our soul's eye how it
    • the impression it made on us every time we see him, then we relate
    • things are facts, and they help us see even more meaning in the
    • image is completely lost to man. This is seen best in that mighty
    • Thus we see that man is tormented here, too, because he still has
    • sculptors and overseers working on the form of the life to come. For
    • have seen that the suffering and privation in Kamaloca is caused by
    • we see then that these laws of forgetting and remembering are also
    • Someone might say: Can you talk about forgetting at all, seeing that
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    • eventually see that it all has an inner connection, and that these lectures
    • our age of materialism it appears to anyone who can see to the bottom
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    • physically in its totality at all, because when you are able to see
    • you see, the first thing you have to ask yourself when somebody comes
    • you know that the nerve is the expression of the astral body and seek
    • will see that any form of one-sidedness must be avoided in the field
    • you will be able to see the subtle connection between what a man
    • recovery. If we see man as the complicated being he is, the treatment
    • For you will see that this really has a
    • we shall see that human karma also plays in. That is a fifth category
    • materialistic. And perhaps in no other science can we see so clearly
    • and they cannot even see the tartar on people's teeth, let alone
    • do no earthly good with them, and see no further than your own noses.
    • and newly-hatched fools, that when they have seen everything, they
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    • meaning will become clear to you when you see what we call
    • vision can see that there was a time in mankind's earthly evolution
    • much they see, they return on the whole the same as when they went
    • But that is not true. In things like this we still see the influence
    • looked up to the sun he did not see the physical ball of the sun but
    • forth his kind, and this was also experienced and seen as a spiritual
    • little by little it became impossible for men to see the spiritual in
    • sensual longing that is stimulated by seeing the outer appearance of
    • can see that it is really the astral body in particular that is
    • astral body man seeks all kinds of pleasures and can have all sorts
    • then seen by clairvoyant consciousness. This clairvoyant
    • you still see the etheric body, the astral body and the ego aura. You
    • effect of a mineral medicament. But you will immediately see the bad
    • psychic or spiritual way. But you will see that it is essential for
    • nowadays people just do not see what lies in front of them and show
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    • would have seemed absurd appear possible and probable, and we can see
    • see how everything that is physical around us is actually an outcome
    • can see, then, that spiritual science helps us to form a judgment of
    • nature of man can be understood only when we see these conditions. It
    • spirit. If you take this to heart you will see how necessary it is to
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    • there is to say about the fourth member, the ego, is best seen if we
    • night, sleeping and waking, will be seen as a kind of unity. So when
    • female. From this we can see that in a certain respect an
    • a person who sees behind the scenes of existence, behind the physical
    • learnt about in the hierarchies of spirits. We have seen that it is
    • orbiting of the earth. And you can see how the things are to a
    • you can see today as the characteristic of mental life is its chaotic
    • nature. Today, when you see something that has been thought out, the
    • new order. That is why men can see facts today, like the fall in
    • will see the element you are in when you begin to study spiritual
    • the root of all phenomena. And we see that in order to gain freedom
    • the cosmos beheld by the seer. The future as created by man will have
    • can see how spiritual science is connected with the course of the
    • At present he is acquiring what we can see to be the ground plan of
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    • described. Thus we see the relationship between what the soul takes
    • general character. For instance we see typical cases of children's
    • we see that on the one hand we are faced with the necessity of
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    • we shall see that life's riddles really encounter us on all sides,
    • we see into the depths of the world. For the things of the spirit,
    • carefully in every single case, if you wanted to see what was causing
    • can see that this is so in man's changing facial expressions. Look at
    • we can see the way his particular individual soul forms itself more
    • time we see someone smiling or weeping we are confronting the proof
    • we shall see much more in the phenomena of laughing and weeping if we
    • us to see deeply into what is happening. If you watch the breathing
    • breathing process we see the ego at work within the astral body. That
    • body. We can see this in the fact that the physical and etheric
    • can be seen to be a kind of expression of ego nature because if you
    • invariably laughs when he fancies himself to be above what he sees.
    • especially if it is warranted and leads him beyond himself. If you see
    • active in him seeking to raise him above all that is base. For
    • wrath that comes over anyone who understands life when he sees
    • because we can see that it is in and through the outer world that the
    • seeking the causes of laughter and weeping in himself but finding
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • Looking back into the ancient past, we see how the human soul and
    • spiritual point of view, seen by a present-day eye, this species
    • will see that they were much more highly developed than the souls
    • we see that in Atlantean times the human body could still form itself
    • spiritual scientific way you will see evidence of them right into the
    • we see how man's outer surroundings work on his inner situation, and
    • the details of later times you will see how much becomes
    • external conditions of the people. Thus we see that the peoples of
    • we see it meeting with understanding, when envisaged as the idea of a
    • God people could think of as a person. That is why we see it
    • which they seek within themselves. We, however, look back to our good
    • whose business it is to see that our souls reach Heaven! Nowadays
    • we see that conditions which a man can fall into today are only so to
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    • see the child's head surrounded by etheric and astral currents and
    • nerve-strands develop only after birth. A child will hear and see a
    • possible for the child to reach the conclusion: ‘What I see is
    • connecting-cords can be seen by the clairvoyant in the first weeks of
    • within it. The plant emerges from the seed, forms its physical body,
    • is all that the plant has in addition. Now we have seen that man's
    • you see man going through a development in life, and acquiring what
    • Here you have the plant before you in another form, as a small seed.
    • Imagine holding the seed; there you have a minute structure. When you
    • lay it in front of you, you can say: Everything that I shall see
    • later on as root, stalk, leaves and blossom is in this seed. So here
    • I have the plant in front of me as a seed and there as a fully grown
    • plant. But I could not have the seed in front of me if it had not
    • observes the fully grown lily of the valley, it sees the physical
    • if you take the small seed of the lily of the valley you will find
    • that although the physical seed is small it is permeated by a
    • that the seed is situated at one end of the etheric body like a comet
    • with a tail. The physical seed is really only a denser point in the
    • When he has the seed in front of him where the physical part is very
    • of the lily of the valley is rolled up in the physical seed. So when
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    • they were during life on Earth. Homer's seership. Michelangelo and
    • establish the seeds of a true morality. Companionship or isolation in
    • world — visibly for one who is a seer — in much that has
    • Thus, paradoxical as it may seem, our activity in the
    • souls he approaches have recognised the urge in themselves to seek
    • only that we, on our side, seek for impressions and do with objects
    • objects by seeing their colours, hearing their sounds and so on, in
    • Homer, thus indicating his spiritual seership. In speaking of the
    • by the recognition that this ancient seer was able to write as he did
    • strongly resisted when it first dawned upon me, which seemed to me to
    • Among them was one which I had previously seen and studied although a
    • to spiritual knowledge can also establish within us the seeds of a
    • self-absorption. Paradoxical though it may seem, I can only say that
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    • know that the other beings are there but we seem to be within a shell
    • Grotesque as it may still seem today to those who do not distinguish
    • Christian that they seek for the Christ-like principle in all souls
    • words of temptation, asserting our divinity. The second throne seems
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    • period after death, during the time in Kamaloka, an individual sees
    • tremendous widening of human life and we shall see the purpose of
    • If we examine a watch we see that it consists of wheels
    • is to be seen inside the watch itself. Or let us take another
    • relevant here: “If you are seeking for the highest and the
    • [See PP. 177–9 in the
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    • Ego-aura seems to envelop the human form.
    • statements seem to differ they are not for that reason false; they
    • the ancients had actually seen what they inscribed into their charts;
    • they saw an animal moving across the heavens in the way we should see
    • Here, in earthly life, Anthroposophy seems to be a kind of
    • Anthroposophy seems to be so much theory and the human being in his
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    • be prophetically foreseen, it became the task of the individual whom
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    • months or even first years of his life will seem to external science
    • Spirits of Movement but have remained at an earlier stage. We see the
    • occultism and seership have to say about the nature of man. But this
    • etheric hands only. The brain is seen by a clairvoyant to be
    • [See
    • formation like a fiery cloud was still to be seen over the head of
    • single human being at that time, an Atlantean could see whether a man
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    • forces working from outside (see diagram). The work of the 'regular'
    • influence in the Mars sphere (see Lecture Five). In the future it
    • consider something that seems to be in contrast with this flashing-up
    • [See pp. 180 onwards in the Rudolf Steiner Press
    • seem to be somewhat remote.
    • Luciferic in character. With the eye of seership one can perceive how
    • be entirely out of place. It must be said, although it will seem
    • contained the seed of what man must acquire in the disembodied state
    • [See the lecture-course,
    • seems to me that here we have something that characterises most
    • We now see that this is the reason why a certain fact
    • later life of which I have spoken. When a seer speaks of Buddha
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    • can be seen during sleep is for the most part concealed from man's
    • from then until the moment of waking he really sees nothing at all.
    • observation is also possible during sleep, most of what a man sees to
    • reason we cannot see it. After all, the eye cannot see itself while
    • during sleep we see something quite different. We see nothing of what
    • nothing except Man. What would never be seen by day, in the waking
    • Whereas through physical perception of the world we see
    • perception exercised from the viewpoint of sleep, we see nothing
    • see everything that is hidden from the ordinary perception of waking
    • human body as seen during sleep show a certain similarity with the
    • onwards, when seen from the viewpoint of sleep, reveals a constant
    • life about this process of destruction are absent when we see it from
    • them with something that is invisible. In reality we see only the
    • and the new birth. It is the spiritual embryo, the spiritual seed of
    • difference between what is seen when we wake spiritually during sleep
    • process of continual destruction, and what is seen when our own inner
    • then seeing the reverse of what is perceived clairvoyantly during
    • outer world, but otherwise what we see is a process of destruction.
    • Man is unable to preserve any remembrance of what he has seen between
    • to be seen when we gaze at the starry heavens or at the physical
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    • almost seem acceptable. And yet it is utterly at variance with what
    • cases the seer will very often find that their previous history was
    • we study life on Earth with discernment, we see many human beings —
    • an utterance such as this seems very clever, very subtle. But if only
    • mentality was caused, the seer often finds that this type of human
    • by a seer? It is found that these were morose, hypochondriacal
    • individual of this type might say: I seek within myself in order that
    • there I may recognise God. But what he is seeking there is only his
    • and effects. This can be seen from the following.
    • the seer directs his gaze into the super-sensible world where souls
    • the seer enquires into why such souls have deserved this destiny, he
    • Let us take a general look at life. We see numbers of
    • seemed that he was trying to make himself noticed by means of all
    • his etheric body as I have described [See Lectures Three, Five and
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    • Old Sun. The death on Golgotha was only seemingly a death; in reality
    • ‘Soul-Light’ (Seelenlicht), of ‘Active
    • Soul-Force’ (tatige Seelenkraft), and the true
    • ‘Soul-Life’ (das eigentliche Seelenleben). That
    • order finally to unite with the seed which comes to it from the
    • stream of heredity. And through this union of the human seed which
    • region of Burning Desires the soul still longs to be able to see
    • the passage of the soul through this region and you will see from
    • in the Mars region. It might seem strange that this Mars region which
    • Spiritland you will find the following passage. [See
    • the Mars region in order to continue working there. (See Lecture
    • something that seems strange here on Earth, though it is not so on
    • The death on Golgotha was only seemingly a death; in
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    • question for persons who want to seek an understanding of Christ in
    • We see how the philosophies of the period, especially the Gnostic
    • Then one can see also how in the surrounding world that one has come
    • not superficial we can, if we will, see it glimmering through what we
    • And even those who seek for a more spiritual conception of the world
    • the material world. And the Gnostic sees originating from the
    • . We need to see clearly why there are such strong
    • that seeks its way up into that which rises through thirty stages
    • this lecture becomes all the sharper. We see on the one hand our own
    • the Gnosis. And we have seen how the Gnosis employs endlessly
    • see the world with the star, of which we have spoken. And mingled
    • you to see clearly that at the beginning of our era there appeared in
    • feel that in human evolution there happened something which seemed at
    • that the root causes of this are a profound enigma. You must seek in
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    • see, in the light of yesterday's lecture, how grandly original
    • [See, among others,
    • conception in the flesh, but they could not quite see how to bring
    • see everywhere that the Gnostics tried to master with their concepts
    • relation to the Christ Event, it must seem as though theology had
    • of understanding the Christ Being. For theological erudition seems to
    • are studied with the means of Spiritual Science — it seems as
    • and Earth-cycles seem to ring out with overbearing force.
    • make it seem that the prophecy had been fulfilled.
    • And then we see further how the Sibyls, always
    • kinds of Sibyls, and we see Sibyllism spreading on through Italy,
    • until we come to the time of the Mystery of Golgotha. Then we see how
    • external world we see how in connection with the Sibylline sayings
    • then we see Sibyllism even gaining a foothold in Christianity. We
    • In this wonderful work of art we see first the portrayal
    • gazing at them we see — and this must be kept firmly in mind —
    • at rest in the spiritual and they are seeking to fathom the emergence
    • of humanity, from out of the spiritual. We see that in their thinking
    • turn to the Erythrean Sibyl; we see how she is connected with
    • Sibyl shows this particularly clearly; we see how her hair is even
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    • such. We shall then see how in Paul the Christ Being is reflected in
    • Old Sun existence. [See
    • evolution something else is necessary, and we have seen how necessary
    • [See, among others,
    • connection with Earth-evolution? [See
    • tormented by sympathy and antipathy; on seeing one colour or
    • really sees this Being, in the spring time of his evolution —
    • see in Hellenism a reflection of planetary spirits who had as it were
    • these Greeks see in him?
    • Here, in the Greek Apollo, we see an earthly reflection of St.
    • the dragon we see how the vapours entered into the soul of the
    • We see how the Greeks revered in the god they called,
    • the celestial Healer, is Apollo. We have seen this Being pass through
    • We have now seen the four stages of harmonisation: the
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    • seen, reached a certain conclusion at the end of the Atlantean Age.
    • sees in “Time” something living and super-personal —
    • the physical sun goes to the south. The myths are seen to be
    • water-vapour, and so through the vapours which (as we have seen) rise
    • other six Elohim, see
    • his soul. In the Greek tradition, for example, we see Prometheus
    • [See Numbers, XIII. 16.]
    • that one sees how in the devotion of their souls they are connected
    • the wind she utters her prophecies. We see another Sibyl seized by
    • inner fire; in the typically assertive gesture of her hand we see the
    • the subject of the Prophet Elijah, see the following lecture-courses
    • Christianity one of these prefiguring signs occurred. We see how in
    • light, we see that the event they prefigure is on the meteorological
    • preceded the Mystery of Golgotha, do we not see the Christ pass over
    • be fulfilled? Do we not see how He had sent His messenger in Elijah,
    • the spiritual Being whom we have learnt to see as having a particular
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    • drama to watch this impact of the Christ Impulse; to see how, from
    • seen up above and one may form the strangest conjectures about it, so
    • karmic guidance, and on encountering something that seems to have to
    • rendering is “journeying viaticum.” (See
    • them. When he confessed to his mother that he had seen the knights
    • it has always seemed to me necessary, when a serious problem is
    • light. And in following up a problem it seems to me specially good to
    • So you see in what direction external research goes. It
    • War ich in schwere Seelennot.
    • greida’. The connection seemed inevitable. I had to relate it
    • revived astrology, sees the thing called the Grail. Then I knew that
    • least has seen the Grail.
    • script something that anyone can see — only he will not
    • within it the large Host, the dark disc. This is not to be seen if
    • fact, if this reading of the stellar script is seen in the
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    • such a way as to let you see how these things reveal themselves
    • gradually to the seeker's soul. I have not withheld the various
    • of the moon — as any close observer can see — the dark
    • is resisted by the power of the moon, what we see at rest in the
    • power of the sun. In the gold-gleaming part, the vessel, we see
    • therefore, everyone can see this picture of the Holy Grail. According
    • [See
    • books; anyone who has listened to these lectures can see that
    • see in what a gentle, tender form, imbued with the noblest qualities
    • see — who felt deeply that the Earth is not as modern
    • its respirations. The soul of the earth seems to be a kind of flame;
    • So we see how in the most intimate effects a connection between the
    • tie them to an earthly calling. Anthroposophy does not seek to
    • King Arthur, [See
    • Thus we see how the new age declares itself; how the
    • scholarship. Then we can see — for this has by now come to the
    • Spirit, the Sun-spirit, within it. Let us see how on his way he is
    • Let us see how the permeation of the Earth's
    • stellar script which has to be made new; let us see how all that is
    • in our Anthroposophy as a renewed seeking for the Grail, and let us
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    • forces, which seek in vain if we look around us today. For even if we
    • we seek therefore for forces having something of the nature-forces of
    • be seen when we confront a man in the physical world.
    • then must we seek for what has remained behind from the ancient Moon
    • activity? We must we seek it protected and embedded, veiled from
    • Thus we see something that
    • diagram. We have seen that through all complications that appear
    • we have seen that we need not ascend so high in the case of the Moon
    • way the modern philosopher thinks, they thought as today we see,
    • doubt that thought has a fully objective validity as a man seeing
    • see thoughts as perception. In the former Greek thinking that would
    • Godhead are as clearly to be seen outside as the greenness of the
    • here (see diagram). There is thus a development corresponding to that
    • You see — these are
    • body (see diagram) [note 2].
    • You see how everything is linked
    • see how Ahriman presses into the Sun-evolution and how one has to
    • You will see that I tried to present
    • A brief view of an Anthroposophy. There you will see how philosophy
    • Thus you see at least one
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    • Now, as you all know, we see what is outside or in front of a mirror
    • but we do not see what is behind it.
    • a way that he does not see the reflection from the Moon — only
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    • whole life of man, seeing that spiritual science and its results
    • Seen from outside, human life is, to begin with, a riddle, for if it
    • see immediately that if we face a similar thought, something rises up
    • life in a physical body. This is seen from the standpoint of the one
    • Frequently we see that this more intimate connection arises in order
    • discovery: We shall see how human beings come together here, in the
    • behind, if we see him passing through the portal of death some time
    • died before him, we shall discover another thing. We shall see that
    • say that, seen from a certain standpoint, human life viewed in this
    • [See “Man's Inner
    • life has caused death? Seen from the other side, a sudden and violent
    • It is an entirely different experience to see, in our
    • Circumstances which seen from the angle of physical life
    • it may seem a coincidence that someone has been run over by a train;
    • seen from the other side, the spiritual side, this does not appear as
    • stand, but we are very seldom able to see the whole connexion.
    • spiritual-scientific knowledge we shall see the true connexions of
    • feelings die out. Seeing that during the course of evolution man has
    • We see, therefore, that spiritual science really
    • At the present time it is disheartening to see how
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    • (it may seem external at first sight, but spiritual training turns it
    • seeing that he is obliged to eat? It would be just as invalid to say
    • You see, all that we
    • does not see what is living in our souls. For it is really living
    • there, and the dead one sees it well enough. He shares in it, too,
    • but he sees something else as well. One who is dead has quite another
    • way of judging people. He sees them quite differently. As to the way
    • in which the dead person sees the human beings who are here on earth,
    • But the dead sees one
    • sees a human being here following impulses of hatred — hating
    • This the dead sees. At the same time, however, according to the whole
    • playing. He sees how Ahriman impels the person to hatred. The dead
    • actually sees Ahriman working upon the human being. On the other
    • hand, if a person on earth is vain, he sees Lucifer working at him.
    • Ahriman and Lucifer that the dead human being sees the human beings
    • judgement of people is quite eliminated for the dead. We see this or
    • does not put it down directly to the human being. He sees how the
    • criticize — that is to say, cannot rightly see what is evil in
    • evil. He sees it well enough, but he is able to refer it to its
    • race. We can already see a time approaching when these inheritances,
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    • We have seen how it is possible, through exact observation, to gain
    • see also that with this entity, consisting of forces from the
    • spirituality from higher regions of world existence now seeks entry
    • upon man opening his heart and soul to what thus seeks entry, through
    • by the intellect, sees the world. But the time has come when mankind
    • that older folks used to see gnomes in everything earthy. However,
    • One can see already how matters stand. Those who have reached a
    • external point of view. To see clearly what is involved they must be
    • psychological ones. Why this should be so must be seen in a wider
    • avoid seeing things in their wider context, though it would lead
    • them to the recognition that a spiritual stream is seeking to enter
    • together and disappear into one another; they seek to become a
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    • accessible to us in the physical world merely sees the external
    • ordinary science merely sees this external aspect. We might say: our
    • not look back incessantly, if we would not always see — but
    • You see, even in this case we must set about thinking in
    • death. We should seek this physical body in the shape of a relation
    • rises up in our physical body. You see, the memories that live in
    • now see before us lives in the ether.
    • rise up within you as LIVING memories; you see your friend standing
    • You see, during our physical life on earth, we face the
    • It now lives in the world outside. Just as here on earth we see
    • stars, mountains, rivers, so after our death we see, in addition to
    • You see, here on earth we can only experience, in
    • this process. It may sound strange to say this but, you see, the
    • experiences after death if you imagine that you do not see it all,
    • You see, all this extends the human gaze so that it
    • the Serpent on the Tree. The physical serpent, such as we see it
    • of evolution. He cannot be seen upon the earth among physical
    • correctly, as described just now. That picture can be seen there.
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    • To the souls it lovingly seeks.
    • To the souls it lovingly seeks.
    • And that Spirit whom we seek to know through our
    • themselves upon our soul where it seeks to look across the threshold
    • which separates us from the spiritual world, when it seeks to enter
    • the world which can only be seen in the disembodied state of the
    • the right confidence can be gained only gradually, by one who sees
    • our work, and become ever stronger, as we can well see, yet we may
    • if we are not able to see into it. They believe this, however, only
    • possibility between death and birth to see, to realise, to grasp the
    • he is able to say: — “I see my physical body slipping
    • “I see growing within me, out of this event, the feeling —
    • mighty picture. We see those thoughts which we experienced during
    • simultaneously, i.e. we see it all at one glance. For, what we call
    • This physical body we have laid aside. We see our thoughts. We do
    • body, but we see them; and we survey, as if in a panorama, the life
    • us — we see it.
    • as we carry our etheric body, we see in a panorama what we had in us
    • we see that, after death, it forms part of our surrounding
    • Thus we now live, as we see, within our Ego and our
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    • events as regards their external side can be seen physically, such as
    • spirit of a man from what we see before us in his ten fingers, as we
    • seems grossest and most material, will, when transformed by the
    • see three members of the human nature which have developed in the
    • moment of his evolution. We can see the ‘ I ’
    • intellectual and spiritual souls have served as a preparation. We see
    • upon the beginnings of the Spirit-self. At the present time we see
    • and in each of these we see one of the members which man bears within
    • in such a way that we say: we see in them beings who are two stages
    • above us, beings, in whom we see in advance, as it were, what we
    • if he were to pay attention. He would see that there are certain
    • Archangeloi. We shall see how they on their part direct the etheric
    • characteristics and qualities peculiar to these peoples, we see a
    • any reality; it would be still more difficult for him to see a real
    • There are, as we have seen, a number of such Spirits of the Age, of
    • epoch, that when we look into the future, we see ever different
    • seen how they place themselves consciously in mankind, and influence
    • human progress is a very different thing. While we see the Folk-souls
    • see what belongs not only to his evolution, so to speak, but to the
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    • directly seen with external organs of perception, with physical eyes,
    • can see with his eyes; but to clairvoyant consciousness it is quite
    • as regards intelligence, morals, etc. But then we always see that
    • peoples. You may already see, that in the etheric aura over any
    • its depths, holds good in the widest sense; everything seen outside
    • to see.
    • shall see the significance of the individual human beings to the
    • should be able to follow one of these Folk-spirits; and see how he
    • Thus, we see how in the etheric body of man, and in that
    • stage, you may see the true representatives of their time. We may
    • to another. Then one can see how the normal Folk-Spirits act, and how
    • serious and important result of this agreement is to be seen. In
    • of a ‘folk’ is defined, and you will see what curious
    • From what a writer says it can be seen that he only observes maya,
    • Thus you will see, that we shall only understand the
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    • logic is unknown to most people. By this you may therefore see how a
    • intellectual-soul or mind-soul when we see how, for instance, what we
    • therefore we must see that one half of our inner life, half of our
    • but the rise and decline of a nation nevertheless seems like
    • opportunity to seek out in another way a community of people. Thus
    • specially to work at Anthroposophy, in Germany, you have seen for
    • because one only sees, as a rule, what is nearest to one, so in this
    • combined action one sees the actions of the Archangel as being the
    • event. Thus in this case we can see the splitting of the Dutch people
    • combined Spanish people. There we see the Spirits of the Age for a
    • see the harmony which had prevailed till then replaced by something
    • else. We see the Spirit of the Age, instead of communicating his
    • people, and we see how the other Spirits make use of this opportunity
    • than a hurry and bustle within this people. One sees the hurrying and
    • the people. Thus we see the growth of the Dutch and the Portuguese
    • see the work of those spiritual Beings whom we have named. We see the
    • Now we have seen that yet other Spirits and Hierarchies
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    • seen that it was not only necessary for so large a number of Beings
    • So you see that in reality, if we only take into
    • physical birth. It would not awake in the form in which it sees the
    • development through child and youth. You can see, if we take this
    • born. So we see that man has thoroughly grown together with his
    • race we see something which was originally connected with one special
    • From what I have just said, you will see in which period
    • post-Atlantean epoch. We shall see how in our own time it is the
    • race and begin to extinguish it. We shall see all that later.
    • We see therefore, how the evolution of races begins only
    • sometimes veiled, but you see that with the help of spiritual science
    • regions of present-day Africa and Asia. Then later we see a movement
    • civilizations. We can see that, in a certain way, the evolution of
    • civilization. You will see that a very ancient Indian civilization,
    • post-Atlantean epoch, we can see that they represent successive
    • the Persian civilization we see one which is in a certain way
    • see how the attributes of a riper age of civilization are imprinted.
    • One who observes objectively may see from many things
    • that in reality all civilization flows onward, you will then see that
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    • It will be seen from the last lecture, that in order to penetrate
    • of the senses, where may we seek for them in the lowest stage of
    • sees it, and call it in his ordinary language ‘hard, stony
    • sees something quite different in this stony substance. What is that
    • that piece of ground we see before us what in the first place
    • surface one sees is only a delusion which is the result of the in and
    • what you see outside as the earth's surface is most unreal, it
    • the unique configuration of the Alpine chain, has seen — even
    • Beings. You see the Spirits of Form at work, their influence
    • essentially to be ascribed to the second Hierarchy. Everything we see
    • darkness sets in he no longer sees, then there would be certain times
    • concentrated for us, and we see how streaming life, weaving sound,
    • activity and see how they work in our earth planet, how they form it
    • see that even during the earlier incarnations of our earth these
    • feeling. Finally if we glance at the Moon condition we see that the
    • presents nothing else than Will seen externally. With us it acts as
    • appreciation for them, when we see that for the production of the
    • he can see in it a symbol of the absolutely balanced co-operation of
    • seen, is the astral world. But we can see the working of the
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    • necessary to select the point of view in such a way that we may see
    • to-day you wished to seek in the cosmos the locality from whence the
    • light, then you must seek for them in the Sun. You must always seek
    • universe, you must not seek for it in the direction of Sun, but in
    • planets in the old way. You must therefore seek for the centre of
    • centered in the several planets. From this we see, that through these
    • must there seek the forces which constitute him. They constitute him
    • Sun and Moon), he sees that which makes him belong to a particular
    • Those spiritual Beings, who there seethe and boil in man
    • directly into his higher parts. They seethe first of all in these
    • enter right into the physical body, but they seethe in the other
    • Here you see that the physical body of man is determined
    • others, especially in the glandular system. He seethes in the
    • characteristics comes from the fact that the Mercury forces seethe
    • activity. These Venus-forces which work in this race, seethe deep
    • So you see, that the blood of mankind is acted upon in a
    • Spirits and Beings who have their centre in Jupiter seethe and boil
    • this action on the glandular system is seen in the American-Indian
    • ossification, and this may also clearly be seen in the outer form.
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    • We have seen that everything belonging to the Semitic
    • You may look round wherever you will in the world, and you will see
    • the Semitic people. Hence you see how the Monistic principle is
    • can still see at the present day Monotheism ruling in its greatest
    • fourth, the Greek age of the post-Atlantean epoch; so that we see the
    • their original form, such as we would have to see in a child, when
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    • know what sort of man is in the uniform. This comparison may seem
    • Indian obtained the subjective Ego long before the objective Ego. See
    • Jesus walked upon earth, the people could still see that this work
    • of humanity. At that time one could still see, as it were, the ruling
    • then be seen, and with whom men felt themselves united, those Divine
    • viz., seeing how the soul worked its way up by means of the various
    • did he see there? How did he perceive Wotan or Odin? What did he
    • air into words, so it is true also that we must see him ruling and
    • certain degree of clairvoyance, really saw this. He could see Odin
    • and weaving clouds. That again is seen by the Germanic Scandinavian
    • in his clairvoyance as unity, and he sees that the movement of the
    • with the weaving of the air he breathes in. He sees how that passes
    • been known and revered, because he was a mighty Being who was seen to
    • Germanic Scandinavian man sees the weaving of the body and soul, from
    • able to see how the individual human being was built up out of the
    • twelve brain-nerves in the head. He sees this process which
    • microcosmically have become the twelve brain nerves. He sees the
    • (Home of Mist), he sees the twelve brain-nerves of man; he sees how
    • that which comes down from above; he seeks for it outside in the
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    • time before man also acquires the power to see the ‘ I ’
    • clairvoyance, the power to see the objective ‘ I ’;
    • see the objective ‘ I ’. The Germanic peoples
    • time seen the ‘ I ’ objectively, among the
    • himself in the human organism. Man would see the world differently if
    • It will seem very remarkable to you that in the views of
    • else than a picture of Lucifer. From this you can see that there was
    • influence; the Ahrimanic was more to be seen there. There in
    • Scandinavian mythology. As the Germanic Scandinavian could still see
    • clairvoyantly, he was really able to see these two powers, and he
    • course of his evolution man has seen the approach of certain powers
    • form. Because the Northman could then see the reality, he saw that
    • vision, that was not correct seeing, was some animal; and here in the
    • we must therefore see the shape surrounding man, through his not
    • seeing things in their true form. Whenever any part of the external
    • who sees with the aid of a telescope), he chose the picture of a wolf
    • time upon this mythology, you would then see how it carried this out
    • imaginative Scandinavian sees these facts in pictures; and perhaps I
    • that what the clairvoyant sees is not merely an allegorical
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    • investigation describe it more minutely. We must see how in Europe
    • Thor. We have seen that each single individual felt himself to be
    • mission, we see quite a different aspect of this same mission in the
    • as follows (see diagram).
    • later reflection of which we see in the Vedas and in a still more
    • before the ‘ I ’ was seen and realized, and
    • Folk-souls, of directing their gaze out into the world, and of seeing
    • what is there to be seen on the physical plane, and of perfecting
    • able to see into the spiritual world with the old clairvoyance, and
    • Spiritual Soul in what seems to be the simplest of thoughts, the
    • times we can see something remarkable. As we have said, in old India
    • completely different side. It will therefore seem quite
    • this Eastern soul as being in a position to see an entity in an
    • occurrence of Nature, of seeing not only the physically-sensible, but
    • It is very remarkable and extremely interesting to see
    • interesting to see how, under this influence, a much more advanced
    • was suckled and fed by that which, as we have seen, was formed out of
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    • Germanic Scandinavian mythology, the more we shall see how
    • you will see what a significant rôle the interminglings and relationships
    • Although outwardly it may seem different at the present
    • its national character. Hence also you will see why I have said that
    • natural evolution of their capacities, to see something of what is
    • little by little, that what he has seen is the karmic counterpart of
    • natural course, that the Christ can be seen in that world in which He
    • only be seen from higher planes in the Mystery Schools.
    • can be seen perceptively from the physical plane, as it will be seen
    • world since the event of Golgotha, will be seen by an ever increasing
    • they should also be able to see Christ on the physical plane, to have
    • understand that they have to see the spirit in the spirit, that they
    • see that it can no longer retain the old forms of the forces which
    • injurious influences if it were only to be subject to the forces seen by
    • shall once again see as the etheric form of Christ. And this alone
    • can again be given to man with which to see Christ. Vidar, who
    • be seen from the fact that a picture has been found in the vicinity
    • will make the new men capable of seeing the new manifestation of
    • Thus we see, when the wonderful figure of Vidar shines
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    • evolution was the separation of the moon from the earth. The moon as we see
    • century, super-earthly Beings have been seeking to enter the sphere of
    • earth-existence and seeking to gain a foothold there. And they will be able to
    • are speaking of concrete fact when we say: Spiritual Beings are seeking to come
    • still have some consciousness of these things and who then see fit to surround
    • to seek their future cosmic existence within the tangled, spider-brood of their
    • by Spiritual Science. We have seen how the nature of colour can be understood,
    • the realm that is higher than mineral existence — that realm of which we see an
    • concerned. We see, therefore, how a true Spiritual Science points to the
    • have been seeking to come down to the earth since the last third of the
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    • that anyone unfamiliar with a subject sees in its name something by
    • mysteries of nature, spiritual science seeks to do for the spirit and
    • consciously leave our bodies; we see the body outside ourselves, just
    • the words of Copernicus seemed, when he said, “It is not the sun
    • and fruit, a new plant again develops out of the seed; and when we have
    • earth-life. And just as truly as the plant-seed develops a new plant,
    • This new human being can be seen in the present one, for it becomes
    • cannot himself investigate spiritually, really need not see that the
    • would seem to him as though — to use a comparison — a
    • religious belief which he holds. Nevertheless it seems as though people
    • seeing that one may speak not only of the personality, but even of a
    • seems to the spiritual investigator as though some one comes and says,
    • earth and see what it is, they would see no meaning in the whole
    • spiritual research, you would see that reverence for Christ and
    • seem to contradict this knowledge. These points must only be looked at
    • all know; but now every true Christian sees that through the discovery
    • diminished.” To the spiritual investigator he seems faint-hearted
    • science in order to understand what one sees!” This is true, but
    • emblematically, if he sees all kinds of symbols in it, he is just a
    • dreamer, a visionary, not one who sees what is there. Just as a
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    • thoughts. On all sides we see a wisdom composed of thoughts emerging
    • enables the roots of the plants to thrive. The seeds become roots and
    • growth begins. So when we see a plant growing this year it is actually
    • realize: It is in what is united with the earth that we must seek the
    • the cosmos, when in the loneliness of earth man seeks to establish
    • In seeking for knowledge of the world
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    • this way we can see a meaning in the study of single epochs; their
    • to see a real significance in such an evolution of man, for each
    • history. We shall see this particularly significantly if we take an
    • look beneath the surface we shall see the immense difference there is
    • reproductions of the material necessary in any History of Art and see
    • have seen to be true of Greek sculpture. He is shown at that moment
    • that seemed to him especially important was the relatively
    • works we can see the effect of these anatomical studies and of the
    • position of the muscles. So we can see how two currents were flowing
    • Michelangelo attained the wonderful Pieta which we see immediately on
    • what he actually achieved in the Pieta, we can see how his exact and
    • necessary? We can see this particularly well in the Pieta if we note
    • Christendom, the Sistine Chapel in Rome, we see the command
    • shall see that it could have been created only in an age when the
    • in human evolution. Thus we see in Michelangelo on the one hand an
    • create what the senses can see, he employed to the full everything he
    • If we look at the dead body of the Christ we can see at once that
    • bears the adult body of her son Jesus Christ on her lap yet seems too
    • from Rome to Florence we can see a remarkable drama unfolding itself.
    • proceeded, we shall be able to see how Michelangelo set about his
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    • to be truly Man only by seeking for it in his inner life, by being
    • and intellectual thinking, and now also, as we have seen, because
    • develop the power of vision and seership which will bear him thither;
    • 415-21. See also Rudolf Steiner's lecture on
    • other sentence there, and so on. ... At first hearing this may seem
    • seeds.
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    • of investigation which may seem highly improbable to a great many
    • truths of Spiritual Science in all seriousness. These truths seem so
    • precisely the deeper truths which seem at the outset strange and
    • cannot accept what seems so strange and improbable a statement. These
    • to know and face their own being, and make no attempt to see in
    • When a seer has made the investigations of which I have been telling
    • they are seeking to do now is to let their earlier experiences of the
    • spirit can be seen in concrete, material existence. Our sciences are
  • Title: Lecture: Morality and Karma
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    • be seen in the fact that in the case of no other human error is the
    • statement may seem perfectly correct; nevertheless it contains envy
    • fact, it is possible to ignore the devil; it is possible not to see
    • detestable quality and that is why people dislike it. They seek to
    • against it. When we try to overcome falsehood, we can see that
    • When we see someone facing life in a helpless and dependent way, we
    • is justified. When we see someone entering life with bad health and a
    • the result, and we shall see him gaining health and strength. Simply
    • connected with him. Those who adopt this attitude will see what good
    • able to guide ourselves. Here we see a great difference between the
    • which we do not deserve (we speak of undeserved good) and we can see
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • really do not know it. We think that the person we see before us
    • fills out space with his physical body and that we see his physical
    • body. Yet we could not see this physical part as we generally see it
    • physical body. We see the physical body with our ordinary eyes, as it
    • existence between birth and death. When we see a human corpse, we
    • can now see in museums, were not constituted, in their finer essence,
    • sources, when certain truths are transmitted which do not seem to be
    • which he does now. You see, each one of you, from a certain time of
    • unutterable name may therefore be seen in the facts explained to you
    • seek during the 5th post-Atlantean epoch. Science should, as it were,
    • be clearly seen today in public life.
    • connection, even in a comparatively short space of time. You see,
    • but of a past culture, of the Graeco-Latin epoch. You see, if the
    • You can therefore see, my dear friends, how the understanding of the
    • obtains eternal life through the church itself. The church sees to
    • for many people one reason ... for rejecting it! One can see
    • You see, this is the extraordinary difficulty of the present time,
    • seems confused to them. But it is the misfortune of the present time
    • You see, my dear friends, learn to stand courageously by the fact
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Being in the Physical Human Being
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    • perceive a new world which seems to come out of our own being. We
    • or what we are accustomed to see physically — mountains,
    • upon the sleeping human being, we see that when he falls asleep
    • You see, what we
    • might be able to see through our Karma. We could see through it
    • to foresee the near future. But the will which penetrates into
    • You see, of this
    • ... yet he will not be able to foresee whether rain will fall
    • deepening, so that they can see events in which the will must
    • ordinary consciousness only enables him to see the shell,
    • enclosed, as it were, by the skin, etc. But what he thus sees in
    • work almost like a miracle. For you will see that it is even
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    • prophecies of those who see the writing on the wall only in such
    • which conflicts with their habitual thinking, they would soon see
    • some misguided scientists seem to think. On the contrary, it will
    • we shall see this materialistic mood becoming stronger and stronger.
    • certain feeling of the worthlessness of human existence. We shall see
    • instincts of mankind belies the spirit utterly. ... We see on all
    • you will see that spirit-self is the transmutation of the astral body
    • have to be the normal thing for a man to say: “I see the human
    • they will provide only so many more seeds of destruction, and it is
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    • shall we say, for it sounds a little better, will seek the requisite
    • to see that some scientific statement is true or untrue, then it
    • seek rather to keep our personality out of the decision. If yesterday
    • naturally reject and cast behind us views that we cannot help seeing
    • to see his life as the working out of a plan; he recognises how, when
    • do, though it may seem to result from the working of earthly physical
    • Destiny, we say, is hard to bear. So little good seems
    • We see how an ethical impulse cannot in one earth-life
    • only a researcher in the spirit can see into the spiritual
    • sincere seekers after truth, they will receive health and healing
    • entirely personal matter. As we shall find, however, what seems most
    • that are beyond space and beyond time, they seem like a dream, and
    • been seen in the spiritual world is more strongly retained when the
    • strange to one as a book one has never seen before. It is not remote
    • to see their content as part of the spiritual world, then we begin to
    • existence, we begin to see that we are counted upon to do our part,
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • present, spiritual science may seem to offer a diluted and
    • — must encounter opposition and pass through trials. We see
    • see: that karmic connections having entered the period of crisis
    • comes from inability to see clearly what the needs of the present
    • people see what this means and feel how necessary it is that we
    • reason for this will become more and more plain to see. There are
    • seem strange now, but is quite simply true; and although at present
    • unwillingness they evade the ultimate conclusions. This can be seen
    • these possibilities, Theosophy, as he sees it, comes into
    • mysticism. Many people see it only as a substitute for more
    • further, for he says; “Those who see it only as a tendency to
    • Anthroposophy, it seems not irrelevant that we should make ourselves
    • see, he has given deep thought to the study of my book “Theosophy”
    • do not see that it is the loss of this knowledge which has
    • science that what may seem to us abstract truths have in them magic
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    • sounds and so on. We seek for laws of nature prevailing in the
    • man saw more in the external world than ordinary man sees today. In
    • objects. For them it was as natural to see spirit-soul entities as it is
    • for us to see colours and so on. However, there was another aspect to this
    • The basic laws of speech, which are to be seen, for
    • This is not the path modern man should seek into the spiritual
    • insight man acquires should not cause pain. The seekers of religious
    • more comfortable to seek a cure than continue the path. Attempts must be
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    • In order to see the whole matter in a true light it will be necessary
    • Paul concerning the Christ Being. To see this connection aright would
    • we should see in Paul a man who had been initiated into super-sensible,
    • cosmic happenings; it is essential to see in this light what he laboured
    • day to place before our minds one of the things that seemed to Paul, as
    • spiritual reality. They did not see merely trees, or merely plants, but
    • unless we learn to see through things like this, for they are of very
    • knowledge. And until men come to see how the present way of knowledge,
    • until they see this, they will not be able to lift themselves up to
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    • purpose of our present gathering, it seems to me we could scarcely be
    • see at once what the connection is between this introduction and our
    • said to-day, however remote it may seem at first sight. For
    • spiritual life. You see, this modern spiritual life has taken on a
    • statement seems absurd to those who have heard University lectures on
    • the economics of Agriculture. The whole thing seems to them so well
    • of life): You see a magnetic needle. You discern that it always
    • observations he could see that certain periods of rain or of no rain
    • seem very important when we are considering the outer, material
    • in water — the water trickles through it. It therefore seems
    • see what an immense significance silicon must have. Well-nigh half of
    • which we see it to-day can only thrive in the equilibrium and
    • may well seem a matter of complete indifference to the formative
    • whether we sow the seed in a certain relation to the rainfall and the
    • the seed? For in certain plants, what the full Moon has to do will
    • And where do we see
    • the working of these forces in the plant's life? We see it, not so
    • leaving seeds behind. We see what Saturn does with the help of the
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    • on its head. With respect to the animal, as we shall presently see,
    • most positive hints from knowledge which at first sight seems remote.
    • conditions, let us take our start from the seed-forming process. The
    • seed, out of which the embryo develops, is usually regarded as a very
    • structure of the protein in the seed. For they conceive it as
    • was already pre-figured in the embryonic condition of the seed.
    • complexity. The organism does not arise out of the seed in that way
    • at all. That which develops as the seed, out of the mother-plant or
    • dust. Then, when the seed — having been raised to the highest
    • to work and stamps itself upon the seed, thus building up out of the
    • No. 4). So in the seed we get an image of the Universe.
    • seed-formation, the earthly process of organisation is carried to the
    • of the seed the new organism is built up again out of the whole
    • affinity to a particular cosmic situation, it tends to bring the seed
    • into a state of chaos. For plant-growth, Nature herself will see to
    • is, until the seed-forming process occurs once more.
    • Say we plant the seed
    • of some plant in the Earth. Here in this seed we have the stamp or
    • another. The constellation takes effect in the seed; thereby it
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    • learn to understand; we shall see what they signify in the whole
    • do we see in carbon nowadays? That which we use, as coal, to heat our
    • amorphous, formless substance which we see as coal or carbon proves
    • process. Truly to see the carbon as it works in Nature, we must
    • Now you can see into
    • and proper. You see from this how strongly nitrogen plays over into
    • can penetrate into the intimate life of Nature if you can see the
    • You have seen how
    • 6), the carbon-framework. Then there is that which you see here
    • this observation; I want you to see that these things are not
    • understand the process of seed-formation a little more fully than
    • seed-formation and makes them independent there, so that they become
    • seed-formation there is chaos, and away in the far circumference
    • there is chaos once more. Chaos in the seed must interact with chaos
    • bearers of the Spirit — comes about in Nature. You see, that
    • seeks support in the formative activities of limestone and
    • human being. We should be able to see it all, if we could somehow
    • creep inside. We should see the carbonaceous formative activity
    • however, seeks support in the principles of calcium and silicon. We
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    • now seen what is essential in the discovery of spiritual-scientific
    • effects of the seemingly good causes which they mistakenly strive to
    • this truth, it is heart-rending to see the ideas of modern science proclaiming
    • come from the theorising. You see how difficult it is to come to any
    • It may seem strange to you that I put these two things side by side.
    • at any rate in certain districts — Nature herself sees to it that
    • may seem an unpleasant task, but without this personal relation it is
    • impossible. Why so? You will see it at once if you can go into the question:
    • be able to see the whole. Our detailed measures must still depend on
    • which strongly tends to seek the wide expanse — in manifold forms
    • antlers are filled with a gentle nervousness and quickness. We see it
    • too sandy). You see, by burying the horn with its filling of manure,
    • so that it now seethes round in the opposite direction.
    • to see Nature as a whole and not only as in the Baedeker guide-books.
    • call it so, you will soon see how great a fertility can result from
    • such measures. Above all, you will see how well they lend themselves
    • plants with it, and you will presently see how well this supplements
    • is required? If you do this, you will soon see how the dung from the
    • as you have seen, is the entire household of Nature. It is always conceived
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    • seen, should never depart from anything that is in the sphere of living
    • Now you will see once more
    • of our Agricultural Circle should make experiments; they will soon see
    • the plant in a healthy condition. It is a wonderful thing to see. Camomile
    • all this may seem utterly mad. I only ask you to remember how many things
    • have seemed utterly mad, which have none the less been introduced a
    • which are also costly. You will soon see that from the point of view
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    • enthusiasm, to look up a few text-books to see how they defined “the
    • in a single year and culminates in seed-formation. From the seed a new
    • We see the rays of the Sun reflected — we catch them with our
    • force which the Moon rays down into the plant, so that the seeding process
    • important results if we only tried to see what progress we could make
    • root, right up into the seed-formation. Thus we shall get the strongest
    • You see
    • you gather a number of seeds of the weed in question. For in the seed
    • the seeds. Carefully gather all the resulting ash. You get comparatively
    • thus treated by letting their seeds pass through the fire and turn to
    • in the second year you will see, there is far less of the kind of weed
    • year you will see, if you continue sprinkling the pepper year by year,
    • the dandelion-seed. Repeat this fire-process with it, prepare your little
    • I can only give indications, but as you see, these indications are
    • verify them. If you do the experiments rightly, you will soon see them
    • confirmed. If I had a farm, however, I should not wait to see them
    • instance, whereon you can make your experiments and see how these things
    • to see that everyone is compelled to drive the mice away by standard
    • of olden time, you see, were not so stupid with their instinctive science!
    • “beginning” of the disease is seen in the well known swellings
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    • Outwardly Seen, to begin with, it is quite different from a herbaceous
    • In this case we must not merely want to see a root we must understand
    • be able to create fresh cells). Now you can thoroughly see the point.
    • You see, the farmer can easily become clair-sentient. Only in recent
    • animals see to it that the over-intense vitality is released. Thus they
    • soon see how beneficially such a control of the animal world beneath
    • we should have the heart — when we see that the vegetation is
    • notice that the plants are growing rampant and have not enough seeding-force,
    • will see, as we begin to specialise what I have given, ever new things
    • the knowledge of these things in all domains — to see it inherent
    • “tumble to it” that there is this kinship. See how they
    • for mushrooms and toadstools; and we should see to it that the soil
    • our animals. We shall not feed them properly unless we see the true
    • have seen that forest and orchard, shrubbery and bush are in a certain
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    • provide for such and such essential constituents. We must see to it
    • that the creature is not over-burdened with stuff. We must see to it
    • not — or it only seems to work for a limited time, and is then
    • see into the process, you will readily observe in any plant or other
    • for instance, seeking its food for itself in the open air; following
    • they will seek out for themselves. Naturally, here our experiments grow
    • see it as a whole. Observe the root, which develops as a rule inside
    • the earth. There the manure permeates it, as we have Seen, with a nascent
    • You see,
    • So my attention is directed to linseed or the like. Such is the fodder
    • you should give young cattle. Carrots and linseed, or something that
    • you care for in this case? You must see that the right co-operation
    • into it and so transforming it. You can see right into this process.
    • cow in this way and you will not see much result in the cow herself,
    • he comes very complicated, and to-day no one can see the wood for the
    • For instance, you can see quite clearly and straightforwardly that carrots
    • and linseed together will work in this way. You do not make a general
    • for many things get muddled up together and no one can see through them
    • will all of them incline the flower and the seed (yet not only these;
    • if you take the simple flower or seed — the flower and seed of
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  • Title: Lecture: The Significance of the Mass
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    • everywhere took form, how it could be seen in minerals,
    • was what we now see realized in the mineral world. The
    • thou hast now seen Osiris, so hast thou once thyself. Thou
    • to Christ were no longer required to “see,”
    • which means to “see a Mystery.” Those who were
    • to attain inner knowledge no longer required to see the
    • see and hear the celebration of the Mass with full
  • Title: Lecture: The Universe
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    • universe. (See Table).
    • He sees the world that surrounds him. We may therefore say:
    • into the universe around him (see Table) and takes in the
    • third thing is: To experience or touch ourselves (see
    • that the fourth thing is to encompass ourselves. (See
    • the fifth stage, we must seek
    • sting enters into us. (See Table.) We must use strong
    • inorganic world and seeking the balance.
    • external world. (See Table.)
    • He becomes a trader. Later on you will see that I do not
    • see, even in ancient times these
    • take hold of himself and to encompass himself. (See
    • other words, seeks to establish the balance, we have Libra.
    • himself into the inorganic world and seeks
    • will see that this is not a materialistic or naturalistic
    • up. And Libra, the scales, expresses that we seek to
    • stands for agriculture. In this sign people, of course, see
    • to obtain metabolic man with his limbs, seeking to become a
    • see, this enables us to obtain
  • Title: Lecture: The Templars
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    • on historical grounds, if one is but ready to see the truth — but they
    • become acquainted — and this is the case with everyone who truly sees
    • the victory. Every one of these Templars was obliged to seem to be the man in
    • fall a prey to some cheap mysticism that will not see the pain; we must be
    • in the evolution and destiny of the Templars we see an impulse that is
    • But in this way it was made more inward. And so we see how, in the two
    • representative of the Templar ideal. Now let us inquire: Do we see any
    • able to complete it; and we may see in that very fact an indication of how
    • observes history concretely in its spiritual development can see quite
    • that it is the parents alone who bring the children to existence. Seen
    • organism. The physical organism — we see how it has head, arms, hands,
    • Fundamentally speaking, seen from a deeper aspect, we all
    • grow old. Physically, one dies earlier and another later; seen from a
    • beings have to experience these errors, and they will gradually come to see
    • see how, in all that is material, live impulses to error. Today Man is called
    • upon again and again to make up his mind to see through the errors and
    • We see
    • the 18th century, we see the French Revolution spreading its currents far and
    • have meaning when Man is seen as a trinity were aspired to as the ideals for
    • And seeming's changeful forms, around you flowing,
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  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • a first step in such a development, and we shall see that this does
    • spiritual-scientific investigator, or in some other way we may seek
    • This in itself sets up a strong barrier against anything which seeks
    • higher knowledge, will see that this kind of spiritual investigation
    • ordinary way of thinking, in order to see that my remarks are
    • to see again a flower which we have already seen, we must return to
    • You see, what an anthroposophical investigator of spiritual science
    • can see this tableau in the same way in which certain people in
    • instance, when they are drowning, see before them a weaving, living
    • picture of their past life; we do not however, see it as a
    • survey its chief facts, the forces which made us progress. We see, as
    • way, we can see that after the second dentition the child’s
    • Here we may see concretely how the soul-spiritual forces and the
    • bodily organisation are inter-related. This is not seen
    • them either by discarding them from our soul, or the organism sees to
    • You see, as a first indication of this third kind of thinking I must
    • such a way seeks to establish the reality of the spiritual by
    • [See Rudolf Steiner:
    • Real spiritual science seeks for an ascent into the spiritual worlds
    • corresponding train of thought you will see that the following fact
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  • Title: Errors in Spiritual Investigation
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    • clearly oversee and judge the observations. Even in ordinary sense
    • unprejudiced a way as they should be seen. From hundreds of possible
    • him, particularly at dusk, causing him to see things unclearly and,
    • through this unclear seeing, to arrive at false judgments. He
    • to his eye condition, would see a figure that he took to be real but
    • him to see someone approaching and wishing to assault him; he even
    • the reality, of higher spiritual worlds. As we have seen, this
    • observe objects in their reality, leads man to see facts and beings
    • of the spiritual world as distorted or, as we shall see today, in
    • longer belongs, into the consciousness that should oversee and judge
    • The following can be seen from what has been said. Two things
    • hallucinations, and crazy notions, see these creations as realities
    • one can see, therefore, that the self-education of the spiritual
    • now sees, “You can no longer have a support in the world that
    • otherwise guided you correctly through life”; when he has seen
    • spiritual investigators, “specterseers” (to express it
    • crassly), those who see ghosts (Gespensterschauer); they become
    • want to see the spiritual world in the same way as the sense world is
    • to be seen; they do not want to perceive spiritual facts, spiritual
    • see only matter everywhere and not the spirit behind matter, so does
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  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • of mankind and seeing the amount of elemental unrest felt today
    • somewhat, they would have to see all that is bringing mankind into
    • seeing’ things, a new way of seeing the qualities of the
    • seeing in which the human body appears in quite a new way. Above all,
    • a tremendous difference is to be seen between the form of man's head
    • the kind of seeing that active thinking opens up we come to realise
    • throughout our life. You see, this approach, that people in many
    • ability to see the progression of higher super-sensible beings through
    • discovers that the first thing he sees on looking backwards into our
    • century. We see in a number of spheres something like a forward leap
    • plant, and see first the green leaves developing, then the calyx, and
    • then the transformation into petals, we see a leap from the
    • observing history from a spiritual scientific point of view sees a
    • step back and reflect on the things he had seen, for his life of
    • spiritual scientist sees this as the greatest event that has ever
    • Then the Mystery of Golgotha will be seen to be the most important
    • that prevents people from seeing the true mystery — and which
    • acquired the possibility in this way of seeing historical life
    • see too, that when I lecture on anthroposophy I cannot spare
    • are rather difficult to understand. You will also see that what leads
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  • Title: The Year as a Symbol of the Great Cosmic Year
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    • Earth, we do not in the first place see in the geological-mineral
    • but we see only what may be compared to his bony system, namely, the
    • consciousness of the Earth, so did man then see and perceive a wide
    • We will seek to prepare for this cosmic New Year. If
    • We really only see the world in the true light, when
    • Then when New Year draws near, it seems as if a
    • who really seek to comprehend the course of human
  • Title: On the Duty of Clear, Sound Thinking
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    • seemed good to enter yesterday into those things which speak to the
    • progress of mankind. It is true, that all that seems to us necessary
    • We have seen how at a certain moment of evolution, a
    • also stands there beside him, it cannot be denied that what is seen
    • is seen in the mirror is without doubt images — merely images.
    • which we see in the mirror; for the impressions are also
    • that we see in the mirror are true images, but suppose the other
    • box on the ear, would I then say (as these are but images I see in
    • see nothing before me but letters!’ Clever, in the same way, is
    • able to attain understanding of that which the seer is able to bring
    • people cannot to-day grasp with their thought what the seer derives
    • no longer see that the living interchanging activity of the reflected
    • acquired the seer's gift. Therefore, they do not go on to think
    • in doctors; that they have no confidence in the system, and seek by
    • science of the day should seek out someone whom they can trust; for
    • himself in seeing that he too should be suitably qualified to
    • is a great delight, to enter into the spirit of the age, to see how
    • We must see clearly where to make a beginning with
    • those things necessary for man; and also see that in spite of the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • easy today to see the necessity for this unification of men all
    • are happening in the world of economics. When we seek for the
    • lie slumbering in his daily life, will gradually begin to see a
    • seemingly lowest division of the human organism — the metabolic
    • around him. Nature lives and works on, seethes and surges within him,
    • seem to speak to mankind through the lips of the man of the East. We
    • The highest types of oriental peoples seem to
    • characteristic. The whole organisation of man as we see him in the
    • the artistic creations of the oriental. It seems to rise from inner
    • see, as it were, the very blossoming of earthly evolution. Human lips
    • In modern times we have seen how Western
    • seen, the oriental lives naturally in the processes of the metabolic
    • thing as we find in Goethe when he seeks along multifarious paths for
    • into an empty ‘spiritualism,’ seeking for the qualities
    • were working in the oriental; the man of the West seems to pay heed
    • by similar hypotheses. What the Middle European seeks as an
    • values as an expression of the spirit seem to him to emerge only as
    • peoples, or confine ourselves to what is typical everywhere we see
    • sincerely seek for knowledge of the nature of other peoples of the
    • might seem to indicate a ‘programme.’ I wanted to speak of
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • Steiner. (See also Nos. 108, 117 and 143 in the
    • Novalis, the Seer
    • to time who are able to see in direct vision what has been
    • spiritual ‘clear-seeing’ know that the effects of
    • perceptible to the true seer.
    • through contemplation of this Event, the seer beholds the
    • experienced or felt on the Earth. But to a seer this is
    • Novalis became a seer — we might almost say
    • of spirit has actually seen what is revealed when ‘the
    • has seen with eyes of spirit is a Power pervading all beings.
    • future opens out before Novalis. He sees the Earth
    • transfigured; he sees the present Earth in which the residue
    • Body of Christ; he sees the waters of the Earth permeated
    • with Christ's Blood, and he sees the solid rocks as Christ's
    • Flesh. He sees the body of the Earth gradually becoming the
    • Body of Christ; he sees the Earth and Christ miraculously
    • made one; he sees the Earth in future time as a great
    • In Christ he sees the Being to whom humanity offers itself in
    • see with eyes nor hear with ears; pictures that were not
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    • can see what anthroposophic Spiritual Science — as it is called
    • different can be seen in the physiognomy of these children. And if we
    • investigate this remarkable fact that seems so strange to the man of
    • does not go through life half asleep. We have seen the great
    • those concerned. And one who is really in a position to see through
    • will come to see more and more, namely: that there was not so very
    • to enter human life from the spiritual world is now seeking to enter.
    • about the time in which we are living is that we see things being
    • they make other excuses. In truth, they are afraid and therefore seek
    • perhaps they went to see the plays of Ibsen in which some of the
    • about them. Yet people went to the theatre to see Hauptmann's
    • many of our present day mystics are just that. One should see in it
    • is to see that the deepest forces of the German people have been, as
    • taking part. The will not to see events as they are is still a
    • change can be seen most clearly in those who now wear the outward
    • see what lies at the base of all this. But thoughts are
    • satisfaction to me to see how many more friends of our Anthroposophic
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • A man who seeks a strictly
    • that which seems to be an ethical, moral impulse. We feel that it is
    • into the social life, and seems to be inwardly vibrating in us with
    • leaves him in a situation where he must see the world as split
    • can already be foreseen, if we follow with only a little lack of
    • centuries, and especially in very recent times, and see to what moral
    • times?’ if one does not try to seek the foundation man has need
    • Inspiration and Intuition. We shall see how anthroposophical
    • future, and what precisely in this way it seems to him that he will
    • world, he sees first his own life in its progression. He lives
    • thinking unfolds itself a nothingness of material can be seen. It
    • we perceive thinking in its reality, we see the destruction of
    • down of matter. Thus we learn step by step to ‘see
    • feeling life of man and see what can only be there through the fact
    • Thus we see a second power
    • down and the renewal of life. We see the significance of man's entire
    • Intuition and Imagination we see, soul-spiritually, what is active in
    • which is objective in man, through which we can see clearly how the
    • other words, we see within the cosmos, in the human organism,
    • through Intuition really to know the outer world. We see how the
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  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • the seeds of what will become part of mankind in future epochs are contained
    • foreseen by a certain people, namely the Hebrews. They endeavoured to
    • stones of the breastplate of the High Priest. What seems to be
    • order to ascertain the will of God. (See among other biblical
    • idol.” See in the Moffatt translation of the Bible
    • 14:29 Then said Jonathan, My father hath troubled the land: see, I pray you, how mine eyes have been enlightened, because I tasted a little of this honey. \
    • 14:36 And Saul said, Let us go down after the Philistines by night, and spoil them until the morning light, and let us not leave a man of them. And they said, Do whatsoever seemeth good unto thee. Then said the priest, Let us draw near hither unto God. \
    • 14:38 And Saul said, Draw ye near hither, all the chief of the people: and know and see wherein this sin hath been this day. \
    • 14:40 Then said he unto all Israel, Be ye on one side, and I and Jonathan my son will be on the other side. And the people said unto Saul, Do what seemeth good unto thee. \
    • will enable them to see the etheric Form of Christ, as at the time of
    • [See Jeshu ben Pandira, two lectures given by Rudolf
    • ensoul the Jupiter-existence. We therefore see how starting
  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • things where he put them. It may seem strange for us to be speaking
    • surroundings well. And now I quietly go away; and I shall see, if I
    • quickly; but if I do it often, I shall see that my forgetfulness
    • because he shows certain signs of nervousness. You will see that it
    • you ever seen people who have to write much in their profession
    • You see that
    • see that in ordinary modern life people do not do such things as would
    • will see how many things that are done in the bustle of modern life
    • people will quickly see the very good results that can be achieved if
    • so, you might say, it seems doubtful if the non-fulfilment of wishes
    • especially in the first seven years of life, you will soon see that
    • the same thing. Look out into life, and you will see that people are
    • this!’ the other says: ‘Don't do it!’ We shall see
    • Seemingly you have then followed the No, while in reality you have
    • judgment where we ourselves are not in question. You will see how
    • now and then, to dwell upon these things. For then we see how very
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • where men usually seek their religious and, maybe, their moral
    • is not at all difficult, but trivial and elementary, to see that this
    • in the world. To put it another way, whether we see an automaton or a
    • When we see
    • between triangular and rectangular shapes, do not see geometrical
    • mathematics in the right frame of mind, we come to see precisely in
    • You see here
    • by an elderly author who had written much on spiritual matters. Seeing
    • is called modern or synthetic geometry.” You see, when one
    • wishes to understand clairvoyant activity must seek it where it is
    • not only see spatial relationships in the world around us, but learn
    • Anthroposophy. We shall go on to see how, with such clairvoyant
    • see that the sciences are not to be attacked; they are to be enriched
    • our attention upon scientific thinking to-day. It is able to see clearly
    • modified in this and that way when I see through my eyes, hear
    • [Seelenverfassung]. Thus we find systematic breathing
    • exercises practised in ancient times, and we see that this
    • in which they were seeking higher knowledge. This stage was also gained
    • the world, as we see colours and perceive tones. We grasp thought as
    • the firm base on which science stands to-day, seeks to extend this
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    • seen. Everything that has been given artistic expression was born
    • symbolic or allegorical is to be seen there, are just
    • one's mind's eye as in yesterday's considerations, one sees that
    • starry night, with a free view of the sky. You see regions of the
    • clouds. You see other regions where the stars are more widely spaced
    • simply to record what one sees out there in cosmic expanses, one would
    • soul — pictures like those one sees on old maps, drawn when
    • within the space it occupies, we seek the forces that flow through
    • the ancient art of sculpture sees from the sculptured forms created
    • feel the universe and see in man a microcosm — a world in
    • miniature. One must be able to see the impress of the cosmos stamped
    • upon the human forehead. One must be able to see from the nose how it
    • at the head alone, we see that only the upper part, the wonderfully vaulted
    • one suggests that man sees by bringing his whole soul into his seeing
    • you will have seen from these brief indications that the sculptor
    • I should like to make a remark which seems important to me, so that
    • You see:
    • of the respiratory process.” One must see it as a breathing
    • Thus we see
    • too, you would see that the anthroposophical apprehension of
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    • make it impossible to see these things in their original form; they
    • less and less idea of it just because it comes to seem natural. They
    • see something as reasonable only in so far as it is in line with what
    • seen in the right light. But with Bulwer it was because something lit
    • around him by means of his sense-perceptions. What he sees, he orders
    • In the developments of our time we can see already what would happen.
    • inner being, is able to see beyond the memory-mirror, so far is he
    • as sense-perceptions; he cannot see beyond it. He adds to it a
    • characterised by the fact that the seed-ground for cultural
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • a mirror that is in space, then we can see behind it; we can look into a
    • realm we cannot see when the mirror is intact. Correspondingly, if we carry
    • see from this how complicated is the life into which man is placed.
    • experience in the external world. In the external world we see
    • seeds of future worlds arise. Then we, as men, take part there in the
    • eventually be evolved, then we have to see it in this way. The
    • developed a longing to see behind the sense-phenomena, and in so
    • we are already on the way to seeing what it is that must enter into man's
    • truth for him; it is not a truth for him to-day. We can see this
    • contemplated if one fails to see behind the physical world a
    • the message of the Father God. Here you may see quite clearly how
    • spirit concretely active within us, the spirit that is the seed of
    • which contains the seeds of future worlds. There we penetrate into
    • for one who has insight to see behind the tapestry of the senses a spiritual
    • the tapestry of the senses and sees beyond; and the Beings who reveal
    • could never do this; we can see this even in the East of Europe, in the
    • Oriental in him to see everywhere, within what is passing away and
    • All that we see of our fellow men with our senses will one day no longer
    • For what we see of the stars by means of our senses — that too
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    • a very special character. Strange as it will seem to you to-day,
    • seemed to them to be a metamorphoses, not a beginning and
    • animal to-day understands death when it sees another animal lying
    • [The three earlier embodiments of the Earth. See:
    • with death, intellect; the seeds of death and of intellect will
    • concerning death — death as seen from the arena of the
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • the following instance, and you will see that the entire meaning is
    • the Divine Being who created stones and plants? But if I see in
    • see the Christ in his own being. They did not base themselves on the
    • remain such as you were through birth, and see Nature merely through
    • observing what we ought to see in Nature. But we find the Christ,
    • will at last be able to see the Son as an independent Being and to
    • You see, this
    • the Father and from the Son were no longer understood. For you see,
    • You see, in regard to all
    • not enable us to understand the anthroposophical conception. You see,
    • Leadbeater's atom was actually “seen”, or whether Leadbeater
    • order to see if we still have materialistic tendencies and merely
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • spiritual science. This enables us to see events in a clearer light
    • acquired through spiritual science should enable us to see something
    • more, all that the ordinary intellect is unable to see. This is above
    • possible to see that they are forces aiming at the destruction, at
    • to mankind. If we look back upon the Graeco-Latin epoch, we see that
    • in such facts. Only when these mysterious things are seen in their
    • divine forces seek many different ways of entering human souls. Of
    • and although they had seen the van toppling over, no one had seen the
    • you see a man walking along the bank of a river. Suddenly you see him
    • accustomed to see cause and effect differently than is ordinarily the
    • You see, the essential
    • the understanding of the heart. This we should seek in a living
    • Europe. Indeed, we may see strange, foreboding flashes of light! Did
    • barefooted pilgrims — who only see the World in the
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  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • his senses, and is even able to sum up what he sees and hears, and,
    • indeed so — although this may seem paradoxical to a modern man
    • and you will see that, after all, this course of
    • said: “Indeed, this appears to be true; I can see with my own
    • You see, at that time all
    • very interesting to see the passion with which those who brought to
    • You see, it is a wisdom which, to begin with, in the form in which it
    • paradoxical. You see, two things are possible to-day. Someone may
    • see how Goethe carefully follows the way in which phenomena of Nature
    • something which may seem rather paradoxical. Let us suppose that
    • You see this is a paradox.
    • path, more than ever, they seek to produce materialism. For this
    • You see, these things are
    • pseudo-mystical scribbles of our present time seem to be so easily
    • It is uncomfortable to see
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • of decline within our civilisation, we have then to seek out
    • we survey our present civilisation, we shall see that there
    • are seen in the way people have come to regard all events
    • sense. But without a cosmogony, do you see, there is no real
    • — very often so put, that the answers seem paradoxical
    • paths, yet it lies in the Anglo-American nature to seek for
    • come to see, that one element is to be found among one
    • of Roman legal concepts, men seem to have altogether lost the
    • absolutely necessary for us clearly to see, that in our whole
    • America, people are apparently beginning to see through
    • see the old Asiatic spirit lighting up again in recent years.
    • and see that what they have there is really nothing more than
    • me, there certainly seems nothing remarkably interesting
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • observed that it was my own face which I had seen by the
    • two mirrors were so inclined that he could see himself. He
    • that it was his own. We see that even with respect to this
    • only seen myself, for a looking-glass was hanging opposite
    • the widespread environment which we can see on the physical
    • soul, it often seems to us that we say to ourselves:
    • not want to see. For with the chorus of the soul's forces we
    • often see many a thing we have within us, which we by no
    • means attribute to ourselves in ordinary life. We see it as
    • from within outward, to bring about your seeing and your
    • what they are inwardly. He cannot see it with outer organs of
    • this last out of the body, it seems to him as though he were
    • definite summons of this woman he sees himself in the forest
    • knowledge: we begin to see that we do not really know all
    • which lies behind the physical. So do we see it in this
    • see it in this example, in the relation of Brunetto Latini to
    • its own way of seeking the spiritual world. Already in the
    • When we see
    • Maxentius — was such that we see the Mystery of
    • These dogmas seem very strange to the ‘enlightened’ people of
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  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • from the other previous embodiments of the Earth. You see
    • the course of the year. We see also how in their earliest
    • olden days has been called ‘beauty’. So we see
    • mysteries, he is able to see into them, and can even perceive
    • particular way in which he is formed. For then indeed we see
    • first unable to work on the human being; you see that he
    • need of it to see into the cosmic connection with the
    • all we see beauty as an expression of spiritual entity, and
    • seen by the senses, but with this deeply penetrating
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • the highest light he must seek for it in the deepest depths
    • it really gives one pain to see a violet flowering at a time
    • seeing the Three Kings going through the villages from house
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    • It would therefore seem superficial to connect Buddhism directly with
    • [See Anthroposophy, Easter, 1927.]
    • contrary, they felt impelled to seek and acquire all the powers that
    • surrounding us. It is in this surrounding world that we must seek it.
    • Only when we see these
    • all life's sorrows — were hidden from him. He grew up seeing
    • and saw something he had never seen before — a corpse. At the
    • had seen only the fruitfulness of life. Then his eyes fell on the
    • “thirst for existence,” which seemed to him the cause of
    • earthly order. How did Buddha himself seek illumination? Unless we
    • must seek an inner illumination of the soul which shall reveal the
    • enable me to see the original reality. My actions are not fruitful. I
    • himself in the world, and in the world he must seek his goal.
    • make him see the world as illusion and thus be led back to his true
    • could look upon the world, he would see it in its reality; he would
    • says: “I must seek, not Nirvana, but the higher man within me.
    • Buddhist seeks liberation from the world and from rebirths by
    • overcoming the thirst for existence. The Christian seeks liberation
    • from the lower man, seeks to awaken the higher man within, whom he
    • “original sin” of the world and seeks liberation from the
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    • just said may seem paradoxical, for people do not place the
    • see only matter and material processes.
    • is that we must see in matter a manifestation of the Spiritual. Then
    • are all that we see in the working of the nervous system —
    • Spiritual Science we shall inevitably find that the Spirit we see
    • confines of the human skin. Then the goal is to seek to rectify what
    • Religion can see to it that due recognition is paid to the Spirit.
    • life which seemingly affect or function in the element of soul, all
    • line has been spoken, and does not see to it that all the air is used
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    • conditions of equilibrium. We see the child slowly and gradually
    • and fully he is contained, we only begin to see when we understand
    • shape a consonant or consonants. You must see them, as it were, built
    • You can see this in
    • occur to you to seek to understand the man by examining the soil
    • thing as this, we seem to be speaking in images, but our images none
    • Zodiac. Man standing on the Earth sees the planets and the fixed
    • stars in their shadowed radiance. He sees them from the Earth —
    • or, shall we say, with due respect to earthly man, he sees them
    • farther from the earth, he gradually comes to see the planets as well
    • see these points of light or surfaces of light which are seen from
    • the earth. Rather does he see the spiritual — the corresponding
    • towards Aries, Taurus and the other constellations, he sees from
    • But this seeing is at the
    • same time a hearing; and when he says: — Man sees from the
    • to see them in their real connection, there arises before us the
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    • one great whole, we see it — in spite of the many valleys and
    • year 800 B.C. Then we see an epoch radiant in
    • the Earth. In this epoch men can no longer see Christ as the Being
    • mood into the practical life it ever seeks to serve. —
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    • ingredient. Indeed, it is far more than this! You see, when the men
    • see, when we speak of electricity, we enter a sphere that presents a
    • to become sensory reality in the same way in which a plant's seed
    • [See
    • you will see that it is a different matter whether I lull myself in
    • the divinity of Good. It is really terrifying to see to what a great
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    • following the Mystery of Golgotha, we can see how ancient capacities
    • human evolution approached the Mystery of Golgotha, we can see a
    • two? Thus we see great spirits like Clemens of Alexandria and
    • So we see that Clemens
    • achieving this. So we see that, right at the time when Christ as a
    • development, or evolution, was introduced. This, you can see, is the
    • now? What aspect must they assume for us? We see, in fact, that an
    • appeared in one body. Thus, we see that what had lived in evolution
    • We have seen the Christmas plays performed for us here. We could
    • Tauler, Meister Eckhardt, and others were seeking the Christ through
    • villagers and what they see in the Christmas plays and the deep
    • you see, they are somewhat at a loss. Here they are not so sure of
    • things as far as this death, you see, but they are unable to go so
    • far as the resurrection. And then we see examples such as
    • will thus be able to see how what humankind has lost can, with the
    • feeling, we see in the child a being free of Lucifer. And if we are
    • seeing how one enters the world — we can see the human
    • would be the feeling experienced by those seeing Jesus thus portrayed
    • Jesus. This opportunity to see something in children that is not yet
    • infected by Lucifer is also possible when we see the Christmas
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    • these things indicate what difficulties arise when we seek the relation
    • From these examples you can see that it is of some importance
    • symmetry, seen from in front — that when the right hand touches
    • we would seek the transition from Will to Feeling in ourselves —
    • are led out of space, as it were piece by piece. Now we see that it
    • thereby it becomes a being of Feeling. First we see a cloud of light.
    • Then we see the cloud of light creating itself in the centre as a
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    • still see today how rivers carry accumulations of shifting rocky
    • material far away and deposit them in other parts. We see the ground
    • geology seems to be fully in conformity with what natural science
    • skeleton-like structures. And as we approach the younger layers we see
    • see some modestly growing moss far away on the river bank, such
    • of seething fire, but to watery deposits — and only in the
    • here we see a very interesting dispute being carried on as recently
    • by geological research. We also see how in this research into the
    • being. And as we go back in this way we can see ourselves as if we
    • and looked out into space would not have seen a weaving, mineralised
    • to go further back we should see how this path would lead us much
    • the earth as an organism, and indeed we already see, as we go still
    • so we see how actually in the course of the development of our earth
    • animal organism. There we see, how a man lives to a certain age, how he
    • we see the continuation of those processes which are purely mineral
    • can develop a new life, which we see entering its lowest form at the
    • may seem to be a gloomy picture. But it can only be so
    • only seemingly derived from “science;” spiritua1 science
    • tower over us as seemingly mighty massifs, can after all only be
    • from this most important work of present-day geology and you wil1 see
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    • Menschenwerden, Weltenseele und Weltengeist.
    • Erster Teil: Der Mensch als leiblich-seelische
    • existence. Watch and see how, to begin with, the child moves his limbs
    • will see that this whole question gains special significance when we
    • — everything that one sees. We call it the tapestry of the
    • have everything that one sees, hears, perceives as warmth, as the
    • decked with flowers. You see the grass as the green carpet, you see
    • past. He who grasps this idea will no longer seek for wonders in the
    • must, as it were, see the shadows in their proper proportion.
    • survey life in this way do not its pictures seem dream-like in their
    • thinking. Then not only does one see the present in the form of
    • but who sees matter itself and the activities connected with
    • From this you see that activities generally looked upon as
    • the Kingdom of the Giants did not see in the Gods an equivalent,
    • they did not see the same as that which the Christian of
    • after-effects of which are still to be seen in Goethe's character
    • must needs seek for a polarity in which he can find adjustment
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    • Erster Teil: Der Mensch als leiblich-Seelische
    • einer gewissen Richtung hin zu geben. Wenn wir unser seelisches Leben
    • Pol hin in diesem Seelenleben das gedankliche Element, das Denken
    • und so weiter nennen. Im wirklichen seelischen Leben, so wie es sich
    • sagen können: Auch der Wille ist niemals im Seelenleben
    • sein. Und so ist auch der eine Pol unseres Seelenlebens, das Denken,
    • seine Seele und sein Geist von der physischen Außenwelt her mit
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    • seen, not only in small beginnings but in Stuttgart, where they have
    • occult knowledge in such a room. We have seen that the deepening for
    • more and more. We have seen, and indeed we have been obliged to see
    • (sometimes quite appalling to me to see what has been brought
    • consequence that even the old clairvoyants could only see so far as
    • adjudge that that school of thought is simply incapable of seeing
    • exist in the East because nothing is known of such. So we see that in
    • proof of how easy it is to see perfectly clearly into our movement if
    • aesthetic and the moral impulse. We must seek very deeply in the
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • our physical world sees the details of objects in its vicinity more
    • This can be seen in the fact that there are to-day teachings
    • what is seen by the eyes and perceived by the senses, — if we
    • of time endeavour to seek the origin of things by means of
    • beneath him, but also what eyes can see, ears hear and hands grasp;
    • something with him into that emptiness, which seems to expand from a
    • an indication of how we should really look upon fire. Wherever we see
    • have just endeavoured to describe you will see that the soul will
    • You see, what the
    • which we must see how a splendid intellect is completely at a
    • And in doing so we shall see that there too we come to ideas which
    • as living time, as a creation of sacrifice. Then we shall see how all
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 3: The Inner Aspect of the Sun-embodiment of the Earth
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    • being. For we have seen that we must first of all build up concepts
    • being; and we have seen that spiritual achievements formed in truth
    • Thrones to the Cherubim. And it is these sacrificial deeds seen from
    • For we have seen that
    • external phenomenon. Just as behind the heat we must seek for the
    • were to see a real, genuine act of sacrifice, or that he were to
    • must be completely free of all self-seeking and must wait what comes
    • Suppose we were to see a rose and were charmed by it, experiencing
    • as though someone were to say: ‘In the distance I see a grey
    • but if he were to come nearer he might perhaps see, instead of the
    • do we confront the ancient Sun-existence. Seen from afar it appears
    • only he looks rightly upon air who says: ‘I see air in this
    • something wonderful is seen by the clairvoyant. We must clearly
    • see their own inner being outspread in the Cosmos — and
    • who was the pupil of Paul. It is wonderful to see that this word is
    • aspect. And we shall now see that the Being who appeared on earth as
    • we see this picture again, and see how the Christ grows forth from
    • inhabitant of Mars would then see that the Sun-existence must lie
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    • conceptions. As we have seen, the spiritual conditions to which we
    • means universal. We have seen that the deepest being of all
    • man seen in a mirror to the person himself. For, just as the mirror
    • resignation by higher Beings. So now, on the Sun we see the following
    • offer sacrifice to the Cherubim; and this they do, as we have seen in
    • and a host of Cherubim to whom, as we see, the sacrifice rises, while
    • ancient Sun-period to see ascending something like sacrificial smoke
    • now besides this, something altogether different seems to appear in
    • these intrinsically Spiritual cloud-formations is seen to take place
    • laid in ancient Saturn. Time, as we have seen, actually originated on
    • We have seen that the Spirits of Time came into being on ancient
    • resignation — so we see, speaking now of the ancient Sun alone,
    • gifts. Whereas we have seen Time coming into being on ancient Saturn,
    • we have also seen certain conditions wresting themselves free from it
    • cosmic chaos, from which emerged the Moon. And we see the sacrifice
    • Sun reappears as heat on the Moon; we see the virtue of bestowal
    • on the Moon; on ancient Sun there was as yet no water. What we see
    • the deeper reasons of the remaining behind, we see that the original
    • we may suppose the gods had foreseen as follows: ‘If we merely
    • So we see that we must
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    • properties of heat or fire, and we have learnt to see in these the
    • our ideas, seems to reveal so little of its spiritual nature, we have
    • “renunciation.” This, as we have seen, consisted
    • lives in great cities is less affected by it, but he will have seen
    • — which later on was poured into evolution, so to speak. We see
    • see it slipping into the evolution of the Cosmos. Thus we see how
    • suffer from it incessantly seek to form relationships to new Beings.
    • Thus we see that while
    • world. At this phase of development we see the arising of the
    • earth's embodiment which we can the phase of redemption. We shall see
    • friend. In the following words we seem to hear him say: —
    • little star we see in the sky when the night is clear and we gaze at
    • Thus we see that
    • see also, however, how that which we experience in the Soul to-day
    • foundation of things. We see, too, that our era had to come to
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    • — as for instance, the statement that no man has yet been seen
    • level as the argument of a man who had never seen anything but fish
    • ourselves arrive at the concept of the miraculous, we should see that
    • Cain, who sees that his sacrifice is not accepted. This is something
    • itself when it gathers their seeds into itself. There is no sense in
    • obliterate his most significant earth deed. For indeed we have seen
    • Thus we see that even
    • be seen. It is really remarkably significant to observe that this
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 1: The Driving Force Behind Europe's War
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    • the light of the present situation, woeful as it is, it seems
    • than three years we have seen something spread across the
    • again we must try to see clearly which stream of spiritual
    • development we wish to see taken up by humanity, and today we
    • seem to have happened an infinitely long time ago.
    • hold of the human race. Failure to see the spiritual reality
    • and reality. For you see, the generations of today are taking
    • seem to people today — not to you but to the ordinary,
    • what may seem like ‘peace’ — order will only
    • after more and more knowledge of a kind that has seen its
    • are able to live, seeing they did not receive what was due to
    • spirits seeking to gain access by reducing human awareness.
    • must be taken in all seriousness; they have to be seen as
    • as something I had seen
    • to see if I might not find someone who has expressed their
    • to understand what is happening, no one is prepared to see
    • seriousness to look to the origins, to see how things are
    • to admit: I see the way things are, but I do not yet
    • are involved see the issue.
    • everything in the house. The adults who see this happening
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    • Now, in these times of war, it can be seen again and again
    • can see this from the level to which the nerves, the brain
    • think you can see this. During the day the astral body and
    • by way of moral laws. Strange as it may seem, between going
    • to see to it that our social life becomes truly moral.
    • view. So it seems we can now understand why people who have
    • also from the way they see themselves. People believe so
    • mattered to him, among other things, was to see beyond maya
    • superficiality. This will not help us to see the scheffle of
    • Try and see
    • to penetrate the inner aspects of life one sees the most
    • than seek to gain insight. They want to live the life of the
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    • all, but I would ask you to see the parts always in the
    • and some of it may seem remote.
    • to say? Anyone who is able to see the reality, and to see
    • examine the programmes put forward by people who see
    • parties and you will see for yourselves.
    • such endeavours must seem sheer madness to people. The way
    • because people are unable to see the connections between the
    • immediately be seen to be illusions. When we are dealing with
    • in theory are instantly seen to be under an illusion. It is
    • he said, I'll have to go and see Ratinger — our
    • relate to reality. In the end the student never went to see
    • You see, we
    • which seeks to bring Judaism to realization in this world. I
    • believe in reincarnation if forced to do so. So you see, the
    • concerned can only be seen in his true colours if we know he
    • impossible to see how they go together. Yet fantastic stories
    • seriously seeking esoteric development, I will generally no
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 4: The Elemental Spirits of Birth and Death
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    • live, one would be speaking of something that would seem like
    • enemies of everything human beings seek and desire for their
    • work — if all spirits were of a kind to see to it that
    • powers of dynamite, etc., and you can easily imagine, seeing
    • endeavour. I think you can easily see that the ideal for the
    • want to destroy it. We have to see things straight and not
    • civilization, for they see things in abstract terms and know
    • the fifth earth period. And we only see things straight and
    • others, will of course seek to develop certain virtues.
    • seeking to be perfect in a particular direction, this search
    • something bad. We therefore must seek ever new ways, look for
    • pendulum suspended here (drawing on the board). Now you see,
    • this truth is concerned but to get to know it and to see it
    • clearly. We shall be discussing this further and you will see
    • seek to bring Christ's words to realization: ‘Where two
    • high ideal — that is how they like to see themselves!
    • mood where no one can understand anyone else, you see the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • insights, as you have seen. I have had to emphasize that the
    • as it may seem to you, it is nevertheless true to say: We
    • may also call geniuses, see more deeply into the spiritual
    • sees the world with the eye of the spirit sees many people
    • nor penetrate the whole body. We must see ourselves as
    • of humanity would be dire indeed. Strange as it may seem,
    • even properly understand human nature. Think of the seemingly
    • Such was the doctrine. It seems brutal. And yet, seen in the
    • right light, such doctrines do not seem entirely wrong. Many
    • things which seem wrong are also to some extent relatively
    • different classes to see how large the skulls of the rich
    • movement must exist where people seek to develop concepts
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    • at the beginning of earth evolution. So you see, if you
    • and only way of seeing the human being is to realize that
    • merely seen as sexual symbols, are explained by the fact that
    • You can see
    • see, people fabricate the thoughts they have in their heads.
    • world around them; as I said, they did not merely see
    • necessary orientation so that they can really see how human
    • clairvoyant and sees himself wearing ass's ears. He would
    • thing. Philosophers had to see themselves with ass's ears to
    • on entirely different principles. To be able to see into
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    • go over it all in your mind again, it does seems as if a
    • Michelangelo or Raphael, these figures seem as if they had no
    • post-Atlantean age, the horizon of that age, sees an
    • not able to see them. Luther, however, was an individual of
    • on us today. We see him standing in the outside world and he
    • You see now
    • may well say it seems hard to say to compare the work of some
    • You see, two
    • know with complete certainty if something we see weighs a
    • everyday events. We have to see through the things which
    • of Central Europe and America see the east of Europe exactly
    • They do not see the true spiritual weight of it. And indeed,
    • have a real idea of the spirit which lives there. We can see
    • the world must come to see the true nature of the spirit in
    • seeking to develop and how it must unite with the
    • we can all see what has become of us — and then ask
    • then consider the teachers of that individual to see if you
    • that taught the headmaster a lesson. But, you see, Herder did
    • brought together. You see, much depends on a particular
    • the elemental world. Many instances can be seen today where
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    • see this with many ideologies; they keep coming up against
    • then in human actions. And we can see how abstract thinking
    • reality is in many ways seen in an abstract way. People look
    • philosophical and ideological thinking. We see philosophers
    • see the living reality in anything and lose all feeling for
    • brutally, although it would seem to him that he put it in a
    • also provide the background to the forms we are now seeking
    • therefore need different forms from those one generally sees
    • present time. An attempt is made to see the State as an
    • have to fight is an idiot; it is also possible to see someone
    • his day made a thorough attempt to see the State as an
    • about the State as an organism did seem entirely unrealistic
    • inappropriate idea? Well, you see, the reason is that the
    • creating a proper analogy, you immediately also see the
    • not see the most important element in it. Reality is also
    • by those clever economists? Well, you can see what is
    • from what I have given as a symbol? You see, I have merely
    • see the trains passing by and suffer concussion as a result.
    • of course see that the conclusions are being drawn in the
    • in love with a particular analogy fail to see the
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    • signify? To see something like this in the right way, we can
    • crowd of ahrimanic spirits seek over and over again to bring
    • such a battle. You see, they would return to the attack again
    • will show the changes calculated from successive changes seen
    • see how they clash. Think of a conventional scientist
    • You see from
    • and incarnations in the flesh such as we seek today will no
    • year preceding 1914. You see, the developments which started
    • their heads; they are meant as a challenge to see things
    • It seems
    • of I have been saying in there last days. You see, if one
    • diagram (see Fig. 9a). But our inner
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    • Wilhelm Weber's Dreizehnlinden? You see how people live
    • fail to see clearly.
    • fire. The first thing we must know is that, seeing that these
    • see and physical ears cannot hear: a second world with
    • get with a plant. The true plant is not the plant we see
    • be seen and will only be visible to the eyes in the following
    • occasion for such derision — and this is to see
    • see the need for roses to grow on bushes, making it necessary
    • you see, the people who consider themselves to be the most
    • The ideas evolved in the fourth post-Atlantean age seem like
    • You see, people may be good followers of anthroposophy, and
    • awake and see the things that go on in the world. The
    • your eyes become seeing eyes in the light of the inner
    • feelings of which we have spoken today and let them see what
    • you think on this, you will see that principles of great
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    • will run parallel to it (see Fig. 11a).
    • course shown by the red line here (see Fig.
    • seek above all to take possession of our heads, of anything
    • people we see do not show their true nature in what we see on
    • the outside. We see the red line here (see Fig. 11a), but
    • of the Moon (see Fig. 11b). The Earth
    • You can see
    • undercurrent in them can be reached. Then you will see an
    • why we must take note when someone seeks to make a real
    • a way that one can see two things coming into play here:
    • — which likes to see itself in the abstract and in
    • experience does not come in a seething and boiling of
    • experience. But you see, his limited ideas cannot encompass
    • seething and boiling’ as something which true
    • Reformation must not be a ‘seething and boiling’
    • that is make it seethe and boil. You can study the whole
    • and really see for yourselves.
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    • earthly sense, we must therefore see ourselves connected with
    • in the third, Egypto-Chaldean epoch. We can see that
    • the individual and seeking to establish laws based on this,
    • particular, we see teachings come up which rebel against
    • We can see the influence of the two streams continuing right
    • you, we see something entirely different emerge — I
    • You can see
    • take control of these habitual ideas. We therefore see
    • shall have to see if there will not be at least a small group
    • the present time have been foreseen by the initiates of all
    • nations. They were foreseen and forecast, and it was said
    • have written, from the very beginning, you will see that I
    • have written you will see that I have always done justice to
    • sought to see such things as the theory of descent in the
    • including the earth (see diagram, violet); human beings
    • — part of the earth. You see, therefore, that Lucifer
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    • observers will see this more clearly. It is reasonable to say
    • those years, and this was in all kinds of areas. We see a
    • spirits of darkness were seeking to achieve in the 40s, 50s,
    • physical acumen on the one hand, and a way of seeking
    • can continue to be active in them. They will seek to push
    • significant. Anyone who is able to see more deeply into these
    • seem to be a minor one. It is something I also mentioned last year.
    • interesting to see how he refers to this in his preface:
    • see the magnificent irony with which the creations of that
    • We have seen,
    • adequate. We have been able to see the opposite trend at work
    • hindrance are very much to the fore. We have seen
    • characteristic things and we shall see more of them. Even
    • understand and see through such things in their full
    • sense of reality to see that this kind of thinking has a
    • be rightly understood if people seek to understand, seriously
    • see how he looks at the past and ahead to the future. He
    • superficial to want to see. Oswald Marbach wrote these verses
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    • heart. You see, therefore, that a major change has occurred
    • attraction for the regular Archangels who were seeking to
    • the fifteenth century. Strange as it may seem to many people
    • own. Events like these must be seen in conjunction with
    • may continue for a time. We know the seeds for the sixth
    • other, against each other and so on; there we see what is
    • only sees the surface wave and not the forces which cast it
    • who were cast down in 1879, seek to exert an influence
    • so that they do not see the reality, are deflected from
    • real importance to see certain things in their true light,
    • is strange to see what people sometimes come up with in this
    • someone who is able to see these things in their proper
    • light, the matter appears as follows. If you see a
    • drawing the cab, anyone can see that, for the horse is in
    • effect; but they seek the cause for the movement of the cab
    • driver is there as well. Here you see where the
    • at least. In the last decades we have seen a wide variety of
    • on the facts. We have seen strange forms of social and
    • through one particular stream. There you see it at work, you
    • see it take hold of the emotions, even, in the 1830s and
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    • have seen from these lectures that I feel duty bound to speak at this
    • of mankind; and in various ways through the years we have seen how
    • speak in more detail about this now, but the religions did see the
    • And, you see, the Darwinian
    • man. When you take up his writing in this direction, you will see
    • If we look back into the development of mankind, we see that human
    • extraordinarily characteristic. You see, if even a spark of what
    • causes the following one. And so finally we pursue what we see in the
    • recognition that the raising of man is a necessity, we must also see
    • But you see, on the one
    • . You see, if one grasps in
    • One can see how, therefore,
    • You see those are the
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    • body) and it's dreamy, slumbering life on earth, we can see the
    • fretful tempers, provided we have eyes to see. Then we shall
    • case we should very probably have seen this is a paradox, but it is
    • true indeed we may say that undoubtedly we should have seen that when
    • time — a last remnant of which can be seen in Faust, when he says
    • in the further evolution of man we can see that his origin is in the
    • Goethe's writings on the morphology of the human bony system you will see
    • something of modern embryology argues as follows: what we see in man
    • his form that men may see in it his heavenly origin.” The Greek
    • When we have really grasped this concretely, we see how impossible it
    • Thus we see that
    • You see,
    • can result, because nothing is seen except that the modern scientific
    • intuitive mind like Goethe's sees in the skull-bones the metamorphosis of
    • to-day something which seeks to enter into human evolution not only
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • Erfahrungen des Uebersinnlichen. Die wege der Seele zu Christus.
    • are revealed in parables, that seeing they may see and not
    • considered to be parables at all. What man sees in the kingdoms
    • be seen in the kingdoms of mineral, plant, animal, and also in the
    • speaks in a parable of the seed that is sown and undergoes different
    • the spring and autumn. Man sees the green foliage appearing, the
    • seed; then, during the winter, all this seems to be obliterated and
    • when the Earth-spirits stream in again, the seeds remain hidden and
    • introduction of a fixed Easter because material considerations seem to
    • [See also
    • been an astrologer! Enlightened men of the present age see fit to
    • So we see
    • individuals. It is present even now, only we must seek it in a new form,
    • modern consciousness. (See note at end of lecture.) These pictures of
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    • plants. And it is rather interesting to see the fine and subtle mind
    • is always the precondition for the lower, the nonliving. We will see
    • unconscious. For the spiritual investigator (we will see how he comes
    • seem, it is nevertheless revealed that the human soul pours itself
    • its thoughts and feelings. Just as we can see our nerves emanating
    • investigator sees in what transpires between earth and sun with the
    • spirit-filled organism awakens, and in the plants we can see
    • is for us something like our own physical body, which can be seen
    • preceding into the following, retaining in the plant's seed
    • sleep in the spring, finds the seed forces of the plants in order to
    • from the living memory of the seed forces.
    • the earth. Thus what we have to see behind the plant covering are the
    • comprehended as such. We can see this in the following example. In
    • trapped by the leaf and then seemingly devoured and digested. It was
    • person who irritated him earlier. It is said that here we can see
    • elephant's soul if we wished to see how the stimulus applied results
    • plant does not see by means of them; rather the sun being looks
    • at 9 a.m. In this way we see a marvelous expression of the
    • environment. For the serious seeker after truth, this puts a stop to
    • science reveals, you may no longer see anything but an expression of
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    • into physical heredity. This is significant, for we here see
    • these Mysteries appear, we see that esoteric as well as
    • Unbelievable as it may seem, there are still many people who
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    • We shall see
    • a seed which has thus been planted has had time, as it were,
    • to ripen, — then it goes on working. A seed of thought
    • recognises the Christmas Festival: he should seek for the
    • for the working out of world-historic seeds. But there is
    • we have seen once more during the last week's lectures
    • we see not a mere sum of abstractions or abstract ideas but a
    • implies that the Wisdom which we have to seek in the sense of
    • wanted men to seek. As to the intellect, he would only have
    • we should seek the virginity of the intellect; — That
    • is to see in him that personality who wanted to work entirely
    • Herein you see
    • the important fact, that in our time we must not seek in a
    • will be those thoughts which take their start from seeking
    • But it is necessary to see things in their true form and
    • taking seriously things which if seen in their true light can
    • eyes at length, and see with open eyes what is happening.
    • Occasionally, nowadays, we see the world worshipping as
    • are precisely the things we must see through. If we develop
    • the will really to see into things, then we shall also
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    • did really see the human being in connection with the entire
    • the Easter Mystery in one; to see them as the two sides of
    • see it in the Pyramids. Even if crudely studied, the
    • in their relation to the Sun, we see the Sun gradually
    • stars seem to go a little quicker in their annual movement
    • no doubt, it may seem nonsense. It meant that among all other
    • who seem to represent Religion — though in reality,
    • must he transcended. For on the one hand we must seek again
    • to seek in a new form for what the stars can say to us. But
    • become void of science. Any one who will, can see that it is
    • see nothing else in the star-lit sky than a modern astronomer
    • can see; whereas in reality, what the modern astronomer sees
    • modern anatomist sees in the human body. Just as the corpse
    • scientist only seeks to investigate on the Earth itself.
    • between the starry Heavens and the Earth. No seed or germ can
    • Universe. Every seed is united with the macrocosm; the seeds
    • anti-Christian.” To see clearly in these matters is
    • sees through the evolution of the world, the Woodrow Wilsons
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    • There we see that
    • eye, even as we see the physical world through our physical
    • we see all that we experienced together with them.
    • seeks to pave the way to this same kind of certainty. It can
    • There we see that
    • You therefore see
    • are just as real, can be seen just as really as physical colours
    • development of the world we can see something which is again of
    • who at least try to understand them, will see that the
    • knowledge supplied by super-sensible research, we see that the
    • in the human being whom we see standing upon his two legs, at
    • thing to be borne in mind is that when it seeks to know the
    • is why those people who were earnestly seeking to grasp the
    • the animal, you can see that its head hangs upon one extremity of
    • of his present head development. We must not seek the development
    • would see this, could we study them more closely. In this way,
    • matter, up to the free ether, and for this reason we see the
    • OF ITS DEVELOPMENT THE EVENT OF GOLGOTHA. We see how this event
    • Thus we see that
    • the physical world, but at the same time it seeks to continue
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    • Yet we do not always see that we lose our strength, confidence
    • sin. Wherever they looked, they did not see phenomena of Nature
    • Nature; an impulse comes to the fore that seeks to have religious
    • thus sees himself under an aspect according to which his moral
    • ideals and religious feelings gradually seem to be hanging, as it
    • knowledge of the divine spiritual, we see that the Orientals
    • spiritual, a freedom that seeks the motives of man's actions in
    • thinking activity is eliminated. We see everywhere that even the
    • the end of his earthly life he cannot see that his life continues
    • to real knowledge), if he seeks, for instance, like the followers
    • the universe in a different way. He must seek the moral and
    • science, of which I am speaking, consequently seeks to penetrate
    • instance: If you hear tones, if you see colors, if sensations of
    • unless I can see these things with my own eyes.”
    • before us. Now we no longer see the sun in its physical splendor,
    • but we see a number of spiritual Beings, whose external image is
    • own super-sensible human essence, when we see it pass livingly
    • connection which even St. Paul was still able to see: the
    • welcomed by the Sun Being, but enter them instead with seeing
    • you? It seeks to fill out that deep abyss in the life of modern
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    • being by seeking to know what the universe is able to give them,
    • which I will not mention here, one can see that Sir Oliver Lodge
    • Lodge describes it so that one can really see — I emphasize
    • or three weeks, the photographs which no one had seen before
    • see in this fact, to begin with, one might say, an
    • possibly have seen those photographs. It appeared that the
    • seek a knowledge which goes beyond the facts revealed by ordinary
    • shall see how this is possible) becomes transformed and thus
    • person may foresee, in the form of a picture, that he will, for
    • He has simply had a foreboding, he has simply foreseen an event
    • You see, even such
    • were, to see things in a way which is not in keeping with the
    • Anthroposophical research seeks to develop these forces which
    • seen in the light in which Anthroposophy appears in comparison
    • any way seem comical to them. But when an Anthroposophist is
    • fails to see their enigmatic character. For many people the
    • through our senses we know unmistakably that we see red or hear
    • foundation of desires can therefore be seen in the temperament,
    • that type. We are far more on the right track if we seek the
    • than if we seek some nebulous mystery as an explanation for these
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    • in another age and today it must seem frivolous to maintain old
    • and in the invisible world. We see people making presents to each
    • and intimately unite ourselves with the Spirit of Christ. We see
    • the language spoken by the stars Maya seems to obtain a true
    • of a large community. We see Buddha abandoning his home and going
    • perceives he sees a corpse. The sight of this corpse stirs up his
    • flee from him and seek another reality, but in this lifeless
    • human being they see something which is a real refuge to them.
    • if we are filled with the longing to see in Christmas an
    • that we can see the NEW CHRISTMAS LIGHTS OF A NEW SPIRITUAL LIFE.
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    • earth easily enables us to see that the chief direction which
    • having to dig a hole into it, so that we could reach or see
    • through (durchgreifen) the earth in the same way in which we see
    • air, in order to look at it, we would see our environment in the
    • same way in which we would see the earth in a coal mine. Hence,
    • see its inside, we would have to have a sense organ able to see
    • — even as you see animals, plants, minerals, artistic
    • You therefore see
    • You therefore see
    • of man will have to seek in every organ this threefold essence:
    • therefore have to seek the physical-bodily, the psychical, and
    • field of natural science. It is necessary to see that the present
    • historical sense of pleasure when we see that Goethe had a kind
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • not perceive the external world which he sees here, between birth
    • to see; he may collect his perceptions in the form of thoughts,
    • Today we do not see much of all that may be realized on the basis
    • that which again enables man to see divine life united with
    • see the beginning of the world only in the way in which it
    • Spiritual science seeks to explain the Gospels, but it is not
    • You see, the whole
    • the heavenly spaces; he saw the Sun, but not as we see it now.
    • Mystery of Golgotha enables us to see in the historical
    • enabling us to see it, will ray out from our knowledge of the
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    • to seek it within himself.
    • will come to the Holy Spirit that will also enable him to see the
    • must seek to understand the Logos living in the flesh, by raising
    • You see, my dear
    • spiritual world, and to wait and see in which souls there lived
    • Anthroposophy; they know it, because they see that out of the
  • Title: Lecture: The End of the Dark Age
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    • seeks as its content external Nature, the external life of
  • Title: Lecture: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
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    • To the souls it lovingly seeks.
    • To the souls it lovingly seeks.
    • that Spirit Whom we seek in our spiritual strivings, the Spirit who
    • in enmity. Much blood has saturated our earth. We see and feel
    • world on the day we commemorate at Christmas. We see how through all
    • countries of Central Europe (of which we have just seen one small
    • see.
    • anatomy sees, but is at the same time the outer mould of what man is
    • Earth-aura. And when we now see on the grave of the man Adam led away
    • originally was, we then see everything that man has become through
    • previously determined. We see the tree grow out of what the physical
    • temptation. While we seek knowledge, we seek it in another way than
    • alter if the Earth's goal and task are to be reached. I see something
    • was developed in Central Europe, we see the wonderful, active,
    • have seen to-day is only one of many Nativity Plays. There have
    • lying in the manger. They had never seen such a thing as a child in a
    • world, when one sees so many dying every day through mere chance (so
    • book is based on the remarkable prejudice that it is useless to seek
    • for a meaning to the earth. That it is denied to humanity to seek in
    • only observe the external course of events we do not see this
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    • have seen a small example just now.
    • Paradise. In this story we see the thought suggested that Adam rests
    • the earth, this body is not rust as anatomy sees it; this body is at
    • Knowledge of Good and Evil — we see everything that the human
    • We see the tree
    • When we seek knowledge, we seek it in a different way than was
    • earth are to be achieved, I see growing out of my earthly deeds
    • childlike element to him again. Though it was not easy, one can see
    • seen today was only a small example of the Christmas plays, of
    • eighteenth century, but it is wonderful to see how some remained
    • gradually developed in areas of Central Europe, we are able to see
    • they only see the outer mimicry.
    • lay the Child. They had never seen that, they had never seen a
    • as he sees it from his standpoint. We know about his standpoint,
    • every day one sees that by mere chance,” so he says,
    • Therefore resignation, seeing one's own way, is all there
    • seek in a spiritual way for the earth's meaning, that humanity is
    • the outer course of events that is considered, one does not see
    • because of this we must seek for this meaning in a deeper way. It
    • on the earth — by seeing only that these human souls vanish
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    • generally unpopular. As we have seen and shall still see, many
    • so far as they are preserved for us, seem so strange to the present
    • in the evolution of human consciousness and we see therein a deep
    • of the senses, and seek the way into the spiritual worlds entirely by
    • [See Chapter VI. of
    • Zarathustra taught his disciples to see the Spirit behind
    • and clearer. Looking into the past, we see the Ahrimanic powers in
    • world were revealed. Suppose we to-day take a page of a book. We see
    • sense of his teaching but merely see signs and symbols. Only those
    • had in a measure united the two currents. Nowadays there seems to be
    • peoples of the South are differently constituted and they seek the
    • had taught that man was not so organised as to enable him to seek
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    • see Anthroposophy, Easter, 1927.
    • The echoes sounding to us across the ages seem
    • seemed to me as though I have actually penetrated to the mysterious
    • life, a vision enabling man to see into the spiritual world. But they
    • from Egyptian times by external evidence seem very strange. Various
    • the Sun, living and moving through space. Isis may be seen in the
    • clock in space, it seems at first sight to be subject to mechanical
    • Osiris and Isis and the Sun and Moon was seen to exist between the
    • life, or of traditional experiences of ancient Seers, but in these
    • now gives a materialistic interpretation to everything. The old Seers
    • only see the physical Sun by day; at night it is hidden from us by
    • face; he can see the Sun at Midnight. That is to
    • experiences if he goes forth to seek Osiris with the Isis-power
    • seen the processes and phenomena of Earth to be reflections of
    • reckon it out, you will see that every successive year began a little
    • form, but penetrate to his inner being. What we see externally are
    • stages are to be seen in the three kingdoms of Nature. The first
    • seeking the fulfilment of our own existence in Their mighty powers of
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • time in summer when man walks in the open and sees the lovely iridescent
    • You see,
    • You see, a
    • see this and learned folk explain it by observations under a microscope
    • mist to seep in, as mist always possesses a certain amount of saline
    • it has no eyes, so sees nothing and just lives for itself in a world of
    • them to the earth. So when we see a caterpillar we know that it really
    • chrysalis you are really seeing pure sunlight spun around this earthly
    • creature. This is the first thing we see. The second is the deep
    • connection between all things in outer Nature. The butterfly you see is
    • possibility arises for man to be born out of light. Thus we see how the
    • seen to be prevalent where the light is most effective. In regions where
    • But you see
    • the case of the egg, we see that moisture and salt play their part. Salt
    • into contact with the light, one sees that it spins the light out of
    • matured as far as the ego. It is an ego in which we see the butterfly
    • butterflies and insects in general. You see, men imagine everything to
    • You see, the
    • anyone who said Jahve could have seen the whole of the butterfly-world.
    • see the bright butterfly in the air we must realise that the same
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    • which is a seed for the life after death, the quality of love; and of
    • which is a seed for the life after death, the quality of love; and of
    • earth we were not to see trees and clouds outside, but were to look in
    • interior. But what we see is the world of spiritual beings, the world we
    • higher world. And anyone who in a spiritually right sense sees into
    • spirit-seed of our physical body: this we send down first; then we take
    • waking, it is seen that man really experiences the going backward of
    • may seem. And this backward experience may be said to lie somewhere
    • sees into the state of sleep know that what he sees has no significance
    • beings of the higher worlds and we recover it as a seed during earthly
    • happen to him after death, his being narrows. The seed for what happens
    • life, and the force of love is the seed for what we have after death.
    • ordinary consciousness sees here in the weak, shadowy force of memory
    • pre-earthly life, and how the unfolding of love is the seed of what we
    • weakened force of the seed which will come to fruition after death. And
    • [See the lecture-cycle,
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    • begin by picturing to you quite simply the condition of sleep as seen by
    • to them from what they had seen with their eyes, but were an inheritance
    • way we come to see more and more clearly how the spiritual lives in the
    • life of circulation. Inspired Knowledge leads us to see how this inner
    • will be able to see from this how little justification there often is
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    • strives to attain in the sphere of what he can see with his eyes
    • truths come to man without his seeking; the literary supplements
    • where you can see with your eyes and hear with your ears. Modern
    • Virchow's partisans seek the origin of worms in inanimate mud;
    • never seems to enter, that somebody else could himself make
    • church lamp at Pisa. Many men had previously seen church lamps
    • This seems
    • chemical processes characteristic of seeing no longer take
    • Does it not seem
    • virtuous action.” Certainly, the results in question seem
    • boys have been taught by two different masters, and yet sees
    • nothing else; he sees that in both instances the teachers give
    • seem equal for both, I must look for the compensation in their
    • And therefore it is every man's duty to seek understanding as to
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    • We can see
    • becomes lifeless matter; but must seek the cause, the
    • lies in a seed left behind by another living creature; so
    • seed of a similar kind. That is to say, they looked at the
    • at birth, is observed. on into later life. It is seen how the
    • development of every man we have to see a spirit and soul
    • of the physical nature of the seed of his ancestors; so the
    • than to this individual human substance. As the animal seeks
    • his species so does man seek his own individual human being.
    • developing Spiritually. Only a man who cannot see that the
    • from an individual human life to an individual Spiritual seed
    • and from this again to another Spiritual seed; that is, we
    • the human being which one can see, as it were, come into
    • pain and joy, we shall then see in this Spiritual life itself
    • the new seed.
    • same way we see, when we look at human life more closely, not
    • and more, we see it coming into conflict with the old
    • condition. So we see that when our life enriches itself by
    • seed of death in our innermost being during the whole of our
    • experience the seeds of these fruits, and can experience our
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    • his passions, etc., you will see that this astral body of man
    • emanating from these higher worlds. In everything we see
    • becomes astrally clairvoyant, he is able to see the etheric
    • — and here, on the physical plane, he sees merely its
    • Devachan. To such a clairvoyance, who is able to see into
    • plane, he would be under a delusion. It seems, of course,
    • observe the plant, just as we see it before us. Here, on the
    • you will see in it a retarded stage of existence; it has
    • we find such mineral parts. Thus you can see for yourselves
    • processes — just because they can see only the plant's
    • see how we are cared for and protected during the night by
    • autumn, to see how great waves of well-being streamed over the
    • obtain a perspective which reveals to us where we may seek
    • From all this we can see that patience is necessary for the
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • cannot see color or light, so man of our age cannot, as a
    • within the germ or seed.
    • position of parent or teacher, and see the gradual
    • but issuing from a former life. We see how, from birth
    • gates of death. We would see how the bond created between man
    • confidence from these. Today we can only see that a few
    • him which urged him to seek a spiritual background behind all
    • the phenomena of nature was an early predisposition. We see
    • There we see this boy begin something quite extraordinary in
    • the Sun. All this develops further in Goethe. We see how it
    • nothing else do we see plainer and clearer how Goethe during
    • Faust when we see him at the beginning of the first part,
    • world and then, behind them, seek the spiritual. But Goethe could
    • compress all this, could see it all in a different light, with
    • behind the sensual phenomena of existence. So we see him
    • manner demanded of him by his development. We see how he
    • value much too small. But when one sees them one has
    • them. We see then how Faust lets himself be influenced by
    • upon these mysteries his assiduous studies, and we now see
    • see Goethe, and with him Faust, arrived at the height where he
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    • Erfahrungen des Uebersinnlichen. Die wege der Seele zu Christus.
    • again do we see the Spirit-King enter human evolution: that
    • do we see Him in the spirit, in His majestic and magic glory.
    • in St. John's Gospel. There we seem to be led towards the
    • the Spirit-King Whom we see in the spirit surrounded by the
    • we see the awful collision of the old pre-Christian world with
    • the Christian world. In Cyprian we see a man who feels himself
    • wisdom it is seen, it is illumined; through power and might the
    • if we did not seek our share in the power and might of the
    • world. We see this mighty power in the world when the lightning
    • to conjure forth the seedlings of plants slumbering in the
    • we see this power working blessing as sunshine, as forces in
    • rain and clouds; but, on the other hand, we must see this power
    • and might in volcanoes, for instance, which seem to rise up and
    • stands the force of Lucifer. But to say ‘all-love’ seems
    • see it already laid out in the organism of the child. Wherever
    • poor shepherds. If to-day we seek to give birth to the
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    • As we shall see, this spirit, which burnt so fiercely in the
    • wished him to see for himself and be convinced. “Yes,
    • indeed, I will see it,” said the friend who took the
    • — “It does indeed seem as if the nerves
    • two incidents, we can see how greatly Aristotle was
    • was able to see behind the material world into the Spiritual.
    • body. This Etheric body can now no longer be seen by man, the
    • evolution. Aristotle could no longer see it, but he knew
    • the power of seeing clairvoyantly even so long ago as the
    • the eye and stir the emotions so very forcibly when we see
    • overwhelms all who see this wonderful building. Laurenz
    • seen that human consciousness has undergone a change; that,
    • to any single field; to the field of Mathematics. We see at
    • longer see behind the things of sense. Not because this was
    • seeking.
    • see the Moons of Jupiter, which hardly anyone would believe
    • in. The eyes of Galileo were the first to see the Moons of
    • conception. It seemed so to Galileo, who applied the theory
    • see behind the material veil with our normal consciousness:
    • Now, seeing
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    • Weltenwunder, Seelenpruefungen und Geistesoffenbarungen.
    • Weltenwunder, Seelenpruefungen und Geistesoffenbarungen.
    • intellectual life, and see how it appears in the light of
    • Taking, for example, chemistry and physics, we see how
    • Darwin only to the animal, and we see that the science of
    • will examine the gills and fins, and will see whether more
    • everywhere leads to the most extravagant theories. We see how
    • and that which we see in them. This is a state of
    • and still more pregnant fact we may see how even the
    • can see how Goethe worked in thought and also in deed with
    • see how in the course of his life Goethe seriously occupied
    • see what I mean. You will see that the latter contains an
    • dilettantism. Thus we see how Goethe laboured in all
    • departments of science. We can see how his endeavours to
    • quarter we shall inevitably live to see a great revival of
    • life. It seems to me that we may mount to the highest
    • seems to me that all those assembled here must be conscious
    • seems to me of most importance is that what our hearts have
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • ourselves from the hindrances which meet the seeker for truth
    • from an objective world-content. Thus one must seek to regard
    • into the sphere of truth, which one seeks to approach as a
    • comes to see how the whole course of life has led one to
    • another standpoint, recognises its worth, and attempts to see
    • and then to see how each has come to his standpoint, then
    • in one who seeks the sources of error in super-sensible
    • soul. He must say: — What you see in wonderful images,
    • seeking to deceive us, by presenting themselves in lying form
    • investigator. Finally one can regard everything formerly seen
    • world-powers see through him completely — is a Fact,
    • investigator, one comes to see oneself completely, to see
    • further one is on this path of seeing oneself, and the less
    • what is seen and presented. In spite of all care, it is
    • employed for their presentation, although the seer must
    • you will have seen that one can look, in the way described,
    • has developed oneself as a seer; yet, everyone is in a
    • spiritual world, Yet a fool might see ever so much — he
    • of spiritual science are of such a nature that the seer
    • the knowledge spreads that a seer who, as a practical
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • ‘Karma of Vocations,’ see Anthroposophical Movement,
    • that is connected with it, you will have seen how difficult it
    • Ahriman-Mephistopheles. And you may well see from the further
    • Goethe's manner of description in this act especially, we see
    • very end do we see Faust gradually free himself from
    • they seek to introduce this kind of psychology into medical
    • That is one kind of thing they seek for, down in the depths of
    • slime.’ We often see it happening in life: —
    • by multitudinous examples. For who will fail to see how many a
    • is, what is imbedded in it as a real ‘seed of the soul.’
    • carried through the gate of death — as a seed which grows
    • another. (See the diagram at the end.) And in manifold other
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    • ‘Karma of Vocations,’ see Anthroposophical Movement,
    •  OU will have seen how intricate are the deeper problems
    • even seen a map ... and so on. Many such faults in the
    • Theodor Vischer? The fact that he had not seen a map until he
    • possible for him not to see a map for so and so long. He wanted
    • see: All his queer cranks and eccentricities — and he had
    • will find in Max Eyth; and — inconspicuous as it may seem
    • of course answered, but thrown up. We see how the modern man
    • seek the answers.
    • That, you see, is the great question. The same thing
    • clear thinker that he was, seeing through the facts, — he
    • poppy-seed cakes. That was a fine solution. ‘We will drive to
    • consignment of poppy-seed cakes.’ Sure enough, early the next
    • written, one can see: The man is well acquainted with the many
    • must see together, in order that life may be revealed to you.
    • be able to see things symptomatically. In the study of Karma
    • at length to reach the goal which we are seeking in this course
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • ‘Karma of Vocations,’ see Anthroposophical Movement,
    • we have already seen, what man achieves for the world —
    • man does within the social order, is the first seed of
    • see how this spiritual-scientific movement tends to bring near
    • in other respects deports himself — you can see the
    • in the same way, for as we have seen, the point of time at
    • See
    • a man to see himself in real connection with all that is going
    • characteristic of the men of to-day, even of those who see most
    • kind of Chinese state. Both Mill and Herzen (as you may see
    • As you may see from Herzen's work of 1864, Herzen and Mill at
    • easily be overcome. But he still sees no hopeful outlook, for
    • declares: I see the unavoidable breakdown of old Europe.
    • Merejkowsky. He, too, sees clearly many things that are there
    • want to see. We cannot give to our age any character we like;
    • that is out of the question. We must see how the spiritual
    • that Reality which they alone can see) and not on these things
    • is not blind, can see how they select the right places
    • intimately the destinies of these two coincide! See how great a
    • See
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    • ‘Karma of Vocations,’ see Anthroposophical Movement,
    • fail to see that it is a hidden egoism on the part of men to
    • certain seed within it, namely this: They speak of ‘the one
    • own God, namely his Angel. Indeed we can see how strong is the
    • see no such connection. What I shall now say, let everyone take
    • as we have seen at most an Angel. In the name of the various
    • the Christ. Surely there is no difficulty in seeing that,
    • Nowadays, you see, there is much talk about the Mysteries,
    • actual fact), questions one about the subject which seemingly
    • relation to the cosmos, for to do so one must first see
    • of having steam-engines, which as you see is
    • superstition is to see spirits where there are none —
    • will often only see that which contains materially a hundred
    • times more than the dot, and the dot they will fail to see. But
    • no doubt seem mad to the enlightened modern man; but you must
    • cosmos. Here you can see at once: even the vibrations are given
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • or charming, as many express it — will not seem to
    • know, he recognized the others because he had already seen them
    • — to the eyes of those who will to see things as they are
    • He who knows what is beheld by the spiritual seeker must
    • nature with the greatest intensity when we see a child
    • fact of his having been born, forces that do not seem to belong
    • equality another profound mystery faces us. To see into this
    • mystery, and through seeing into it to gain a true
    • Now, my dear friends, many things will be seen in a
    • spiritual thoughts of the guidance of the world; seek to take
    • theory — -seek so to imbibe them that they will move your
    • them — that you shall bear them livingly within you. Seek
    • you something which seems to pass through your body into your
    • soul and to change your very body. Seek to strip away from
    • as constitute a true nourishment of the soul. Seek to
    • be expressed, eliminate self-seeking from the human soul. When
    • the force of self-seeking, you have then, my dear friends,
    • self-seeking: to overcome self-seeking through love, the mere
    • to achieve — perhaps, from a self-seeking motive —
    • seemingly contradictory suffering and misfortune. With
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    • you were in the Cathedral last night you could have seen
    • see with his eyes, hear with his ears, but comprises, besides,
    • When he looks on the human body he sees it as consisting of
    • looks on the human body and sees the movements of hand, eye,
    • universe, in order to see in these single parts quite definite
    • festival. Man cannot see this spiritual power of the sun. He
    • would see it, said the esoteric
    • spiritual vision, so that they could see inwardly, spiritually,
    • expression: To see the sun at midnight.
    • see that all forms of life which desire to unfold their
    • man can see the sun's spirit through the earth, which has
    • those who have understood Christianity in this way have seen in
    • seeks. Let us hear the beginning of the poem: —
    • in formal words what we have just seen to be the esoteric
    • of the jnonastery he sees something unusual. He sees the Cross,
    • the wreath of Roses?” And round the Cross he sees the
    • He turns and sees how fast he is ascending.
    • The sign he sees erected here on high
    • He sees the cross and bows his head in seeing.
    • Seem heavenward with cross and roses flowing,
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    • present stage of his evolution. We clearly see the ego fashioning the
    • have already prepared the ground. We see the ego working with the
    • astral body, upon the embryo of Spirit Self. We see man participating
    • each of these incarnations we see one of the members which man bears
    • within him today implanted first as a seed and then perfected
    • the human stage. Strange as this may seem, it will become perfectly
    • give heed to them. He would then see that there are certain entities,
    • Archangels or Archangeloi. We shall see how they, for their part,
    • individual examples, then we see in the life and activity of these
    • the future, we see ever different Spirits of the Age determining
    • and what is demanded of him in order to achieve it. We shall see what
    • we see how man is integrated into the ranks of the Hierarchies, how,
    • from another aspect, cooperate in his evolution, And we have seen how
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • configuration of the landscape which we see around us is, in reality,
    • clairvoyant who sees into the secret hearts and minds of the people
    • of these Folk Spirits and see how he incarnates on Earth, lives again
    • (Obtainable from Rudolf Steiner Press, London. See the list of
    • body. In the structure of man we see the activity of these other Folk
    • we see how two kinds of Beings of different rank work alternately in
    • language must be seen as the result of the cooperation of these
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    • Archangels. We are fully aware of this when we see, for example, how
    • world. Just as man sees colours and hears sounds by means of his
    • nevertheless seems something foreign to him. It is something which he
    • rebirth, in order on a later occasion to seek out another community.
    • concur in the great ordinances of the Archangels. We shall see this
    • urgent need today for anthroposophical work, you have seen for
    • individuals. Because, as a rule, we see only what is obvious, so in
    • this concerted action the activity of the Archangels is seen to be
    • expression, a Maya, of an inner process. In the present case we see
    • Here we see the Spirits of the Age developing a more intense activity
    • we see the growth of the Dutch and Portuguese peoples who are now
    • the influence of these spiritual Beings is seen in the difference in
    • the saying that the external world is Maya or illusion is seen to
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 4. The Evolution of Races and Civilization.
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    • seen that not only was the cooperation of many Beings and
    • so when we seek to understand man as he is today, we find a richly
    • see something that was originally associated with a particular
    • must carefully avoid seeing evolution in the form of a perpetually
    • truth is sometimes veiled, but you see that with the help of
    • we continue this line (see diagram) still further westward we come to
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    • seek the rejuvenating forces, races migrate eastward, from Atlantis
    • a certain way we see that the evolution of civilizations is
    • we can see that they represent successive recapitulations of
    • farther we move westward the more we see that the civilization bears
    • ho migrate to areas lying more to the West must seek rejuvenating
    • of all mankind. You see this repeated in the development of Spiritual
    • fill our hearts if we seek to work for the benefit of the evolution
    • cannot understand the individual if we do not see how he owes his
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    • It will be seen from
    • in a particular locality we see a manifestation of forces emanating
    • surface of the Earth. The surface one sees, therefore, is only an
    • surface. What is seen externally as the Earth's surface is
    • Beings. On the one hand we see the activity of the Spirits of Form
    • liquid water we see around us today, but the primal semi-fluid
    • we see how the radiations from the centre influence our Earth planet.
    • fundamentally the work of the second Hierarchy. Everything we see
    • first, no organs that would enable him to see what lies beyond these
    • see how they operate in our Earth planet, how they form it out of the
    • perceive this tapestry is the astral world. In order to see the
    • its cocoon. What is seen first of all in the astral world are Beings
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 6. The Five Root Races of Mankind.
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    • Die Mission einzelner Volksseelen, Sechster Vortrag.
    • you must seek for them in the Sun. You must always look towards the
    • we see that through these abnormal Spirits of Form there are five
    • race? We see him as one who was originally chosen, who was
    • looks up into the infinite expanse of the Macrocosm he must seek
    • upon its development and sow the seeds of its ultimate decline. This
    • action and its effect upon the glandular system can be seen in the
    • we have seen how here on Earth the birth of universal humanity was
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 7. Advance of Folk Spirits to the Rank of Time Spirits.
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    • have seen that everything associated with the Semitic tribes assumed
    • centre of Europe. It must seem the height of folly, as I said, if we
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    • behind the uniform. This parallel may seem farfetched, yet in
    • that time he found the spiritual content of the world seemingly
    • were able to perceive the world of Primal Forces. It seemed as if
    • earlier weaving life, when everything was seen through the dim mists
    • intervened in the life of the human soul, and who could now be seen
    • into their bodies; rather did he see all this as an immediate and
    • [See
    • soul-life is particularly concerned in seeing that the intentions of
    • [See
    • We can only recognize Thor when we see
    • sighing winds and the weaving clouds. Germanic-Nordic man sees this
    • breathing. He sees how the air he inhales passes into the blood
    • the external physical process. All this was seen clairvoyantly. He
    • was a mighty Being who was seen to have remained behind at the Angel
    • stage. Germanic-Nordic man sees the weaving of the body and soul from
    • cranial nerves. He sees the weaving spirit in what he calls Nebelheim
    • or Niflheim; he sees the twelve rivers which converge to form
    • physically the twelve cranial nerves. He sees how the forces that
    • have a long ancestry, which he himself still sees as a working of the
    • it is interesting to see how the events of those times are portrayed
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    • before man acquires the power to see the ‘I’ objectively
    • clairvoyance, the power to see the ‘I’ objectively, that
    • picture. In the astral world around them they had long seen the ‘I’
    • identity and seek union with the Absolute. In Europe this human ‘I’
    • is given to seeing everything in relation to the ‘I’, to
    • invaded the human organism. Man would see the world differently if he
    • speaks of both Luciferic and Ahrimanic powers. It will seem very
    • said to himself in the course of his evolution man has seen the
    • does not see things in their true form. Whenever the ancient Teutons
    • upon this Teutonic mythology, you would then see how this is
    • wolf in pursuit of the Sun. The old imaginative Nordic man sees these
    • Sun seems to the occultist to betray a mind that is even more
    • clairvoyant sees are not allegories, but real Beings.
    • consciousness that was able to see into the spiritual world and a
    • who could see into the spiritual world. Thus man was predisposed to
    • one who sees.
    • the Ahrimanic. It is this which Spiritual Science always seeks to
    • lasted for three thousand years, when men could no longer see into
    • even here upon the physical plane. Seek ye therefore the unique
    • figure who will appear in the land of Palestine, seek ye the Messiah,
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    • Soul. We have seen that the individual still felt himself to be
    • in the fulfillment of its special mission, we see a totally different
    • later reflection of which we can still see in the Vedas, and in a
    • important gift of the old clairvoyance which enabled them to see into
    • Hegel in the nineteenth century seem far removed from the sphere of
    • clothed seemingly in the barest of thoughts, the thought of “I
    • and from an entirely different angle. It seems very likely,
    • strange as it may seem, was seen clairvoyantly to flow from the South
    • present epoch which is not yet concluded. The next epoch will see the
    • seemingly great, all-embracing idea which is at the same time an
    • must think of this Slavonic soul as being able to see entities in
    • natural phenomena, to see not only the physical and sensory aspects,
    • is particularly interesting to see how, under this influence, it has
    • which foresees that man himself will participate in a culture in
    • hand, provides the seed in the Spiritual Soul for the philosophy of
    • make-up of this people whose task will be to develop the seed of the
    • seen, had been developed out of the old Greek Time Spirit and had
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • Germania. See also the lecture given by Rudolf Steiner
    • that what he has seen is the karmic counterpart of his present deeds
    • capacities develop naturally to the point when the Christ can be seen
    • be able to be seen etherically from the perspective of the physical
    • the etheric world since the Mystery of Golgotha, will be seen by an
    • plane. It was therefore necessary that he should be able to see
    • spirit, that they must seek the new manifestation of Christ in the
    • physical plane and expect to see a manifestation of Christ in the
    • Wolf, see
    • embodied what we are now to see again — Christ in etheric form.
    • find that in the twentieth century the power to see the Christ can be
    • This may be seen from the fact that a picture has been found in the
    • the new men to see the new manifestations of Christ. Those who are
    • do not look to the past for future guidance. We do not seek to
    • Meeting in Berlin when we had the great pleasure of seeing friends
    • if he who cannot yet see into the spiritual world were obliged to
    • my statements as authoritative. I beseech you to abjure the principle
    • we shall certainly see realized in the future, then to use the words
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    • seven years; but the seed which had been laid in our souls with the
    • Anthroposophy which observes life directly, sees how spiritual life
    • at present is a slow trickle, sees how the stream will widen. I
    • Anyone who can to some extent see into
    • the future, anyone who sees what that future demands of us, knows
    • or that form of spiritual science, but because we see that the
    • few days we shall see more clearly how Persephone arouses in our
    • primeval gift of seership which man once possessed, and of which he
    • daughter of Demeter. Now we shall see that Demeter is the ruler of
    • warmth, and, even when to begin with everything seems to go very
    • us, that we may entrust ourselves to them. And if sometimes it seems
    • beautiful to see what spiritual warmth there is in that small group,
    • wonderful to see how each individual in undertaking his or her by no
    • spirituality which you see in the scenery which these three
    • like you to see in all that is willed here, in all that cannot yet be
    • imperfect and rudimentary it may seem to you today. Therefore it will
    • never shrink from putting long passages which may seem tedious on the
    • word he utters on the stage proceeds from himself. You will never see
    • spirit which breathes unseen over our production as a whole, even if
    • is not seen on the stage must play its part as well as what is seen,
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    • interpretation of Nature. There seems little ground for this pride
    • in such a way that the soul could see into spiritual worlds, today
    • no inner development, as later ages will do, in order to see into the
    • Thus we see that the
    • seen their activity in the forces of Nature. For this reason the
    • present day, we see that through having become denser it has come
    • been able to see them if it had depended upon itself alone. The
    • astral body does not of itself see images. Just as a man does not see
    • would not see the images it produces if its activity were not so to
    • of mine which you have just seen performed. The Plays mention the
    • undergone a change. Thus you see what is dependent on the forces of
    • still see the statue of this ‘triple Hecate’ in Rome today.
    • Greek seership! All these figures will appear again to clairvoyant
    • enable human nature to rise again and to see all that has been buried
    • see with their etheric souls the reappearing Christ, and within the
    • next three thousand years more and more men will see Him. Then will
    • only see the Godhead in a body which was visible to the physical eye,
    • capacities will show themselves in that man will learn to see the
    • matters is that the soul should develop so as to be able to see
    • time the soul were obliged to see the Christ in the same physical
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    • perhaps only towards the end of the course that you will be able to see
    • have seen. But I also have another purpose, which you will recognise
    • longer see in these things, as the Greeks did, the outer gestures,
    • the moving hand so to say, of divine-spiritual Beings, but we see
    • natural event. You see how these concepts have changed. For the
    • in the soul of Strader. There we see how such an event as Theodora's
    • sources of spiritual-scientific insight; we must fit ourselves to see
    • everyday experience, we have only to see it in the right light. Let
    • their permanent soul-life that we recognise individuals. Here we see
    • doldrums, the modern man sees merely ‘nature’, and
    • clairvoyant consciousness, who can see into the real spiritual world,
    • and thus seeks more within his own being for the distinguishing
    • We begin to see how
    • when he seeks the self-knowledge which is possible in respect of the
    • of physical, etheric and astral bodies respectively. You see that
    • how these three sheaths are related to the ego. You see, normally
    • he has seen the truth of the world with its wonders; then he begins
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    • lecture will have enabled you to see what I meant when I said at the
    • Greek spiritual life. We see that we have to think of the microcosmic
    • so to say, one whose destiny, whose whole life, seems in a way quite
    • inspirations they were able to see before them those guiding Beings
    • stage on the Moon, inspired the loftiest seers of the Egypto-Chaldean
    • phenomenon that mankind seems to be thrown upon its own resources,
    • seems to be self-sufficient. There has been no epoch of civilisation
    • we see too how everything in this epoch tends to bring to expression
    • we turn with the eye of seership to the Akasha Chronicle and see how
    • the seventh culture-epoch of post-Atlantean humanity.Thus we see that
    • Impulse, seek to give to humanity for their inspiration everything
    • so can this happen in our own time. Even today we have to seek for
    • through the eye of seership, through spiritual-scientific knowledge;
    • manner of St. Paul sees into the etheric sphere of the Earth and
    • be seen by Beings then dwelling upon the outer planets as they gaze
    • future, that was the mission of Christ upon Earth. We see the
    • immensity of the Christ-event, we see that it is because Christ has
    • of the Luciferic nature seen from the cosmic aspect. Clairvoyant
    • Venus. The Greek did not see just the physical planet, he saw
    • will be seen from Jupiter, just as our Venus, our Mars and our
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    • what these gods were trying to do, what they were seeking to gain by
    • the domination of a hierarchy which is seeking to lay hold of the
    • incarnated directly in human form! There seems here to be an
    • scientist of today naturally it would seem utter nonsense for anyone
    • Atlantean body, but that is an illusion, that is maya. It only seems
    • space, though for the mind held captive by the sense-world it seems
    • baptism by John we have to see the cosmos as a whole through the body
    • we have to see those specific forces which have their place within
    • that he had seen one of his earlier incarnations, but if you follow
    • into pictures which then stand before one, pictures that one sees
    • looking at the matter in the right light we see that however much
    • found clairvoyant, and only later intellectual expression. If we see
    • first clairvoyant, we see what we have called Persephone, then we can
    • consciousness; seen from the macrocosmic aspect, as they surge
    • Zeus on the one hand and Hera on the other. We have seen that Zeus is
    • what emanates from man's lower bodily nature. Thus we see how
    • you see that the myth is aware that he is actually more closely akin
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    • of the Greek gods, we cannot help seeing the equivalent of our own
    • contradiction and its overcoming. No one who sees things as they
    • see that it has been activated by contradictions. If at some later
    • world we do not see their egos. If anyone thinks he can see egos he
    • the external world, we cannot see it in his ego, because egos cannot
    • what we see as his physical body is maya, illusion. But there are as
    • we know of the physical body, of which we see so many specimens in
    • illusionary stamp, and it is this counterfeit image that we see when
    • remarkable contrast. Here in the physical world we see the human
    • at all in accordance with our inmost being; but the ego we see here
    • they were unable to see each other's outer physical bodies
    • before the Fall, and that when they did begin to see them they were
    • bodies, bodies which expressed the ego in its true form. We see that
    • no longer one in which they did not see their physical bodies, but on
    • the contrary, one in which they did see them? They felt that
    • would be shattered, so dreadful, so alarming, would seem the world
    • consciousness. What then does it mean that Semele was to see Zeus for
    • which no man endowed with normal consciousness can see in more than
    • as a maya was embodied in Dionysos; in other words, we see how
    • Thus we see as if in
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    • we have certainly seen how much of what we come to know today in quite
    • cognition. It might seem that modern man has abundant opportunity to
    • easily see why this is. So long as philosophy — the ordinary
    • for the man who sees himself in it. When you with your personality
    • move through space, you do not see yourself — unless you meet a
    • mirror; then you do see what you are, you see how you look.
    • we see when as earthly men we become aware of what actually goes on
    • mirror in which you see yourself.
    • very complicated mirror. The external mirror in which we see
    • thrown back to us, and the human being can no more see into his own
    • physical being than he can see what is behind the mirror. Moreover he
    • begin from something seemingly quite unimportant. As soon as one
    • Moreover, if one does this today something is necessary which seems
    • common sense will continue to accompany a man when he seeks to grasp
    • which is to be published within the next few days, you will see that in
    • all ages there have been great teachers of mankind who have remained unseen,
    • see that when the ancient Egyptians said, in answer to a question
    • position to see within the Mystery the teacher who was not to be seen
    • The hierophants, who were to be seen with physical eyes were
    • seen as mirror-images in normal consciousness, but things which
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    • undergone. We have seen how little by little he draws near to the
    • feel afraid, not knowing what to do; when it seems: ‘You must,
    • There we see how Capesius has undergone
    • one. When we look back into our former incarnation, when we see how
    • we have behaved to this or that person, when we see the debt we have
    • so on. It may be that just when one is most self-seeking one puts on
    • Moon evolutions; people will then see how very naive, how
    • given the right treatment, you can see salt-crystals crystallise out
    • We have yet to see
    • the blood streaming through it; it is possible to see how this
    • of our blood circulation. If you see clairvoyantly the blood
    • pulsating through the human body, then you also see how this blood
    • head, so that we see the etheric body built up in an opposite
    • circulation and the heart we now see returning to the etheric form
    • see we have not only a process within the Earth which leads to
    • could look back and see themselves in this mirror thrown off from
    • their own substance—just as we in everyday life can only see
    • well see that there must be a great difference between these two
    • of thought — all that seems to us to have been exuded from our
    • of Christ; he is really the same as Christ, only seen in a mirror, so
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • consists. And we have seen that these etheric elements stream upwards
    • have seen further that it is in fact because this newly-formed
    • somewhat closely into this formation of man, we must see just how man
    • coming from cosmic space affect their hair but little. This seeming
    • forms the foundation of the human being which cannot be seen
    • to see it primarily as a survival of the ancient Sun, so to say as
    • terms of Spiritual Science, we have in the first place to see in the
    • look at this whole sun with the clairvoyant eye, you see that
    • into man from without. From this you see how we can enter ever more
    • ask why the human being no longer sees or feels anything at all of
    • in our brain; in the region of the head the seer perceives that
    • aura, when seen from the front, acquires a kind of coronet, a wreath
    • purity of their being. This is what we see depicted in pictures. That
    • clairvoyant who clearly sees the aura round the head. The inner
    • gods wear, you see that not only their clothing, but also their
    • Thus you see that the
    • has to admit: ‘All that you see around you is only a very
    • part protrudes beyond as a kind of corona, we see that the ego-part
    • some time, believing him to be what he seemed to be, we were suddenly
    • progress new ordeals arise, and we have to see it as the impulse for
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    • In this way he shows that he is seeking for an explanation of the
    • seems a marvel by finding, through its own activity, a kind of
    • We have seen for
    • as ridiculous. Our age seeks an answer to the world-enigma which
    • universe, will be overthrown, and it will be seen that our own time,
    • must see that the manner in which the human being looks at the world
    • the soul has to face. The man thirsting for reality who seeks to
    • are what we first meet when we enter into ourselves, seem horrifying
    • — they seem at every moment to be trying to capture us. They
    • presumption. When we see the gods in the macrocosm exerting
    • life — then it is seen that, by means of systematic activity
    • see how shortsighted are the people who say that Spiritual Science
    • see that in our present consciousness we are in fact but feeble. If
    • consciousness, would seek to probe in either direction the mysteries
    • abandoned, since people have seen that it leads nowhere, but the
    • may seem to the humanity of the present day to think of a Christian
    • gained from these libraries. We see, then, that inner ordeals arise
    • also see that these ordeals come because the soul feels impelled to
    • of its own being; we see that the soul must undergo these ordeals
    • because in neither direction is the prospect open, but we see that it
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  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • great significance when we thus see how a uniform spiritual essence
    • of humanity. Spiritual Science is seeking the meaning and purpose in the
    • evolution of mankind. It does not merely seek to portray the consecutive
    • all that preceded it seems to bear a different character from following
    • the Greeks seem to be as fully permeated with the spirituality as that
    • world that we see in Augustine, — how impossible all this appears
    • we see the effects of this incision as an ever more intense inward
    • agree with the following passage of Hermann Grimm: “We now see
    • course within narrow circles. These towns seem so near when we study his
    • Raphael must surely have allowed this to affect him; and then what seemed
    • Savonarola seem to resound again in our ears, words by which he dominated
    • their environment. We see Raphael in the service as it were of this
    • We see the contrast between our life and Raphael's inner being in the
    • early student days in Perugia, but we see it's still more intensely
    • the shadowy world of spirit and soul, surrounded in clouds which seem
    • seem to make us forget all those legendary conceptions which culminate
    • below man. We see the being of man proceeding from a super-earthly
    • which work down into the Earth seem here to flow into the Earthly elements,
    • same sunrise once seen by Raphael, who in these phenomenon was able
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    • to see that while the whole of Berlin was at that time really interested
    • concerning the fine things performed by “clever Hans” seemed
    • in check the whole mathematical automatism. Now it is strange to see
    • Thus we may see the
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    • a contest, he seems to be perfectly acquainted with all the strategic
    • out with Agamemnon. And we continually see superhuman powers taking
    • part; we see Zeus, Apollo, Athene imparting the impulses, allotting
    • Thus we see that there
    • the Sampo. And we next see this remarkable thing, namely, that far from
    • many things are happening; we see how time goes by; and we see how after
    • of Mariata seems to me so significant that one might see therein the
    • does the human soul by means of the clairvoyant forces see into the
    • background of existence, see how, out of this background of existence those
    • if in the forms which are brought before us, we see symbolical representations
    • Siegfried's relation to Kriemhilde, we have to see his relation to his
    • can see that Brunnhilde also is in a certain way capable of working
    • longer see by means of our physical body, we no longer hear through
    • etheric body; we see a super-sensible body of human nature which underlies
    • experience that which our eyes see, our ears hear, our senses can grasp,
    • which in its results appears in our intellectual soul, was seen by the
    • material earth, but to its deeper forces. We see in Ilmarinen the producer
    • of that which fashions and grinds matter. We see in him the forger of
    • the human form. And we see in the Sampo, the human etheric body, forged
    • body. We see this third super-sensible divine power in Lemminkäinen.
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  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture I: The Michael Imagination
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    • sees nature sprouting and budding; he sees how the plants grow and
    • the year; all that lives in the sprouting of the seed-forces, the
    • which shine out around St. John's Day. Seen from other planets,
    • process in the human organism. We can see how, on the one hand, man
    • space and sees a shooting-star should say to himself, with reverence
    • and the universe. And then we can see how, especially when autumn is
    • nerve-system towards the brain. The whole man can then be seen as a
    • out of bluish-yellow sulphur streams. We see the Dragon shaping himself
    • see the space where Michael displays his power and his lordship over
    • locomotives, our factories, on all sides we see how we
    • forged. Men must come to see the great significance of the following
    • have seen that precisely the most important demand of our time,
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    • (see Plate I).
    • (see Plate I).
    • see as growing, sprouting life, we are looking at the salt-process.
    • themselves out of the seeds, depend for their whole growth on their
    • leaves and blossoms right up into the seeds. Naturally, we find the
    • autumn, finally concentrating themselves in their seeds. What is this
    • seeding process? When plants run to seed, they are doing what we are
    • seed-production is nature's cookery; it approaches the sulphur-process.
    • down on to the Earth from the blossoming and seeding of plants as a
    • role which is usually overlooked. For in the course of seed-formation
    • seed-nature is continually showering down on the Earth, so that from
    • you see, the tendency which reaches its
    • spherically. We can see this inner tendency everywhere. And because
    • But because ash falls down from the seeds of plants, so that
    • You see,
    • is always seeking to tear itself away from the Earth. If
    • (see Plate I).
    • itself everything seeks to become spherical (dark red); in this upper
    • will seem highly paradoxical.
    • this. If we look at the figure of Mary, we are bound to see that her
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    • remarkable drama. He sees how everywhere the hopes of the Ahrimanic
    • which is subject to planetary life, something else can be seen. As
    • (see Plate III, reddish);
    • (see Plate III, blue, yellow).
    • (see Plate IV).
    • (see Plate IV, blue),
    • You see,
    • illusions, of the Luciferic beings. Anyone who looks out as a seer
    • into the great spaces of the cosmos does not see in the moving
    • camel and then like something else. When March comes, he sees in the
    • [See the lecture entitled
    • towards the end of the Earth, we see man faced with the threatening
    • before him. And here we see how into Earth-evolution there came
    • limestone. But then, for a person who can see into these
    • also how the Christ overcomes the force that seeks to draw the upper
    • which Ahriman seeks to make his own; victorious over death;
    • the end of September. You will see how right it was to portray the
    • Christ in the form you see here — a form born out of cosmic
    • see again how nothing can be rightly done out of the arbitrary
    • (see Plate IV).
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    • (see Plate V).
    • cannot be seen in the way we see with ordinary eyes. It is seen in
    • seeking to embody himself in a vesture of light, appears in the time
    • Intelligence, as seen from the Earth, they appear as radiant
    • see how the silver given by the Earth to the cosmos returns as gold,
    • seeking to become the living growth of the following year.
    • you see that when we
    • silver-gleaming depths of the Earth in summer. And we see that
    • the process of crystallisation? — now we see how at
    • rises up with the silver-gleaming lines and is seen as the clouds
    • the Earth, without also seeing there something like wing-like arms,
    • (see Plate V).
    • John's time, all that can then be seen in weaving pictures would have
    • the cosmos, and would see the glowing form of Uriel emerging from the
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    • of man in the world, we must seek it through the working together of
    • See heavenly forces rising and descending,
    • stream again into man. In order to understand this, we must see how
    • (see Plate V, red.)
    • he sees how little are human errors compatible with the abstract but
    • this clearly, so that if we have the Earth here (see sketch), Uriel
    • (red arrows), seeking to permeate us with the Sun-gold of summer,
    • forces of Uriel and see how they stream into man through the course
    • back and see what I have said about
    • — look of Michael. For if we see it in the right light,
    • there, you see, are the pictures:
    • See heavenly forces rising and descending,
    • We have seen how the heavenly Powers with golden pinions — the
    • various substances. Hence if a man sees truly into the heart of this,
    • other, so that it can work on further in him. We see how the heavenly
    • See
    • Science to-day and these things are revealed to us: when we truly see
    • forces. If we first see this for ourselves and then, having perhaps
    • 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.
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    • theme on which I propose to speak in these lectures seems to me
    • been the case before. I know that such a statement seems highly
    • history. Does this not seem to be a complete
    • Christ. Here too, it might seem as if only the most highly
    • Plato, men whose subtlety of thought seems like a continuation
    • world the representatives of this Christian impulse seem to be
    • see the other side when we consider men of intellectual
    • philosophy to-day seem mere child's play, so greatly do they
    • results. Thus we see Christianity spreading through the
    • accompanied the spread of Christianity seems to have died
    • to Christianity. The facts of history may seem,
    • not understand the fruits of Christianity. Those who see more
    • which although it will seem highly paradoxical when I say it
    • that are put into words. As can be seen from my little essay on
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    • It seemed to the Apostles that they were like men who had
    • seemed to the Apostles as if they had been living for a long
    • into which they had fallen. It seemed to them as if they had
    • observe them and hear how they were speaking now, they seemed
    • as if lost in dream. This they knew. But now it seemed to the
    • souls had been made new; they seemed to have lost all
    • certain inner reasons it seems necessary to speak of these
    • something that seems like an affront against the conceptions of
    • spectacle when one sees it emerging from the myriad pictures
    • all the physical embodiments of the animals and plants seem to
    • of seership contemplates that moment in the earth's evolution
    • receive the impression which seems to be like a reading of that
    • illumination, upon the riddle of the universe. And as a seer
    • can only be led to these events when, as seers, we find the way
    • words seem facile, but one must for a moment actually be
    • event of Golgotha and Pentecost. This period seemed to them to
    • World-Becoming. Improbable as it seems to the modern
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    • see, my dear friends, that Christ is a Being in respect of whom
    • [See
    • the Sun as his dwelling-place. These things seem almost
    • that when people see something spreading, like Theosophy for
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    • Gospel have been communicated. [See e.g.
    • seemed to be declaring to him that it could no longer continue
    • things. Fabulous as it may seem, I have to testify that when
    • exact place. It seems to me that the event took place on a
    • intensity human misery can reach. He had seen misery in its
    • direst, most concentrated form ... had seen how sacred rites
    • conditions of life to-day seems extraordinarily austere but is
    • two pictures of Ahriman and Lucifer that he had seen at the
    • say no word to the Essenes — something seemed lacking as
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    • lets us see very deeply into his soul. The experiences through
    • twelfth year, it seemed as if all this had been driven out of
    • able to assimilate Hebrew learning which seemed, however,
    • inner schism caused within him, so that she had seen only what
    • again. To those who understood him, Hillel seemed as one who
    • seemed to him to be something which the people of his day
    • twelfth year. But from him it all seemed to have departed. He
    • been so dear to them and the Being whom they had seen among
    • beings He had seen when He was lying as if dead at the heathen
    • re-cast, made new; He knew that now man must seek the
    • treated! See that it is not irreverently bandied about among
    • we may see clearly what we have to do in our hearts if we would
    • somebody who has seen Goethe in these clothes, goes about
  • Title: Lecture: The (Four) Great Virtues
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    • into the spiritual world, it seems as if he had done this from
    • of which we should speak as little as possible as we shall see, for
    • use of life in accordance with wisdom. What spiritual science seeks
    • think, clairvoyant consciousness can see how something like spiritual
    • see too that what we do in wisdom is the most spiritual thing about
    • who seeks to become wise makes the effort to carry over the work
    • hearts remain unused. They are then seed for Lucifer. He takes charge
    • missing for us, when we seek to build up our hearts in our next
    • the seed. This virtue can be called Temperance. [The
    • seems impossible to render adequately in English.
    • Finally we can speak of Temperance, where the seed contained in our
    • give to Lucifer. We have seen how what is of the nature of courage
    • will come when men will see clearly that they are throwing themselves
    • indicated. Only a self-seeking man can be unjust. Only a self-seeking
    • will be seen that one has to begin learning in the right way when one
    • courage and the virtue of temperance are seen in the right light.
    • So we see
    • this for those seeking to found a genuine, truthful Monism. Those who
    • super-sensible is present, not only in what is seen by our eyes, but
    • plant, we see plants everywhere springing up, which we could not have
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    • our own thought to our observation of the world. We see this,
    • value to seeing pure colours; to hearing pure sounds, when we
    • quite natural for older civilizations not to see only pure
    • saw something spiritual where we today see pure colours and
    • seek to understand with the aid of purified thinking. And there
    • in turn he had to see as permeated by the spiritual.
    • seen how the one way, yoga, tried to arrive at thinking
    • Today, this still seems to people something absurd, something
    • von Seelenrätseln, has yet been published.
    • then does one see what a great service the so-called
    • incentive to seek a kind of thinking no longer founded on
    • creatures, in order to see “in the manner of
    • this way, life itself prepares the seeker after knowledge for
    • into the human substance and reach the self; we seek to
    • faculty. Science today seeks exactness and feels particularly
    • certainty, the truth. Things mathematical are seen and
    • with what we see outside. In this way we feel satisfied.
    • natural science. It seeks to attempt something different: we
    • at the soul, so it seeks to penetrate through natural laws, not
    • spiritual science seeks not to create any kind of opposition to
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    • his spiritual substance and because he cannot help seeing in it
    • the outside world. And just because man sees in this life his
    • so that we cannot see how it can penetrate dynamically the life
    • things of the mind — in face of which, as we have seen,
    • attains a kind of spiritual vision with which it can see into a
    • the senses. Man today, seeking to know the spiritual, does not
    • therefore, if he is a reasonable being, seek
    • There is another point to consider, however, if you seek to
    • life. He steps out of this body and learns to see imaginally,
    • survey our life; but we see it as it informs our growth and the
    • energies of our physical body. We see ourselves as we have been
    • substance. We can see into our spiritual life in its direct
    • body. In seeing the soul, we also see how at every moment our
    • greater inward power, will be able to see further in the
    • concepts, this may seem fantastic to many people today. Still
    • us first ask ourselves: What do we actually see when, in
    • environment? We actually see only the external world. This is
    • see only the outside world, the cosmos. What takes place
    • within us we see, too, but only by making it into something
    • these sciences may be, we see what is within only by first
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    • Nowadays, indeed, we can see that the increasing
    • too, human history seems to point to unspoken depths, to
    • modern man leads us to see that we must develop these cognitive
    • characteristic of the early Oriental seer was precisely
    • this modern vision: that what we see does not combine with our
    • see the grandeur of the most significant riddles of existence
    • experience inwardly on seeing our thoughts become
    • perceive what seeks to manifest itself to man; but that, if we
    • the spiritual world, seeking them out repeatedly, it will even
    • seeker after the spiritual world encounters. In the course of
    • the intimate experiences of spiritual research that we see in
    • make us ready to see the spiritual world when it appears to us,
    • seems like science by modern standards. The scientist of today
    • we seek to comprehend nature or the world as a whole solely
    • this now leads us to see Greece in general as the
    • instinctively experienced. Indeed, we can actually see
    • Greek civilization was still at work, we can see that even
    • rather at developing abilities in him. We see how in the Middle
    • our own, you will see what a wonderful training it provided in
    • more clearly we see the fusion of science and art.
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    • concepts, our soul inevitably sees before it a nature similar
    • observation of nature;” indeed, it seems to me
    • is this so? It seems to me that there can be only one reason:
    • love seeks to flow out into objects. And it flows out according
    • that functions supersensibly, in seeking to establish what he
    • shall have to retune our soul to share in what the eye can see
    • constellations, seems to him an echo which is, however,
    • seems to him a reflection, as he can regard as reality what he
    • Thus we see how the East developed the view that the spiritual
    • close link with the spiritual world and sees, in all that
    • as we can see once again if, with the research methods of
    • seeks.
    • other organs only as outer objects; but when we can see the
    • that it has had in recent civilization. We can thus see that in
    • Modern man can see this in his “mind's eye” by
    • assumed the most varied forms — we can see how the sense
    • spiritual world, as I have described; that we can see by means
    • see, therefore, that “ideology” represents in an
    • opinions of the day but can see beyond them to the world's
    • remain merely “ideology.” And as we shall see in
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    • contrary, this philosophy seeks its data about the world and
    • and careful method of seeking truth. In particular, this view
    • certainly cannot be the right way. Mysticism seeks, by looking
    • if, in ordinary consciousness, he could see right into himself
    • memory, in order to see that mysticism is impossible for
    • consciousness we can see into the spiritual world.
    • the seeker after spiritual experience than anything he can
    • To do so makes a shattering impression, it is true. We see
    • seeing the spiritual world, we are enabled to comprehend our
    • and sensuous without is seen as semblance within. Conversely, I
    • who can see things objectively, no more than the expression of
    • inner processes in human nature itself. It seems philistine to
    • memories. For the serious seeker after knowledge, it does not
    • memory and really looks into himself, will see there the
    • the self-knowledge that sees in each of our internal organs
    • upon this kind of self-knowledge and see that, whilst on the
    • see how in fact differences of thought can also operate
    • this way, we see how the psychic element continues to vibrate
    • seen in the spirit. And here, of course, we do not find an
    • seems to me that, in these circumstances, a genuine seership,
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    • seem like photographs of life from different sides. Yet people
    • Looking back over man's development, we see that, in the course
    • observer, reveal their true nature only when we can see into
    • intellectualism that seeks to enter social life but does
    • — one that seeks to give the child of this age, not
    • we really understand other people and see across the gulfs of
    • from it. You can see this by observing how even
    • theory to think that we look at someone, see that he has an ear
    • might say, is simply the act of seeing, raised to the spiritual
    • the spirit? It seeks to act as a social organism in the life of
    • should be avoided. When we see that there is an impediment we
    • seek his ethical and religious impulses in his own
    • humanity as a whole is productive. We can see this
    • achieves by understanding nature can also see how he has
    • the law in ideas and concepts. It seeks rather to present ideas
    • leave us inactive, but should be a challenge to us to seek at
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    • The essential point, however, is that we can see quite clearly,
    • civilization must be seen today against a world
    • include — we can see in the modes of thought and
    • has given up seeing crude polytheism deep down in all
    • social structures today, we can see, even in those left-wing
    • provided country people with the seed for the year. At this
    • the surface features of social structures. For here we can see
    • element, and see how it has transmitted to us religious
    • all its detail in the history of Roman Law. We can see how
    • region between. We can see, for example, how, in American
    • trusts and syndicates emerge. We can see, too, how Western man
    • West, an independent economic life is seeking to develop.
    • element seeks to maintain its position. The correlation exists.
    • kind seek to assert themselves.
    • structures appropriate to it. On the one hand, we can see the
    • patriarchal essence, and the agrarian system. We can see, for
    • indicated. We can see this correlation, therefore; but on the
    • other hand we can also see how everything appertaining to
    • industrialist himself sees his own undertaking within a
    • other present-day social structures, we can see even more
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    • another, and how they hold within them the seeds of further
    • happened since then seems likely in any way to cushion the
    • find that he sees the ideal social system in the creation of a
    • he sees it — into its fabric, are not in fact completely
    • is still directed entirely to the community, which is seen as
    • direct mankind. Yet we can also see, there in the East, that it
    • academic scholarship has arrived at. You can see this by
    • something that had still to be attained. It was seen as a
    • seen as the central social problem, was also found in earlier
    • on a society of men who are now seeking to expand their
    • war, you will gradually come to see that labour as such cannot
    • what we ought to see is the kind of thing Herman Grimm had in
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    • are seeking, within the present social system, forces that inspire
    • present seek salvation in this or that recipe; they devise all
    • it ever has before. It seems to me, however, that nowadays we
    • could see people working in factories for months on end, in an
    • you want to, you can soon see what the real situation is today,
    • really seem like — and in a sense even are — the
    • could see that, if only you will speak out of your full
    • our time, we can see quite clearly that there are also many
    • can see at once how impossible it is really to grip men's
    • libraries and the like, as they are today. If now we seek to
    • of soul. And anyone who does so will see that this man —
    • to really see inside himself. He thereby reaches the stage of
    • drives, passions and the like, and see through them to reality.
    • we seek to approach anyone who, from the depths of his
    • spiritual science. And you could see that, whereas if you speak
    • but by attempting to come close to man. Then, you will see
    • his will. They had not, of course, seen this as clearly as it
    • can be seen with the aid of the philosophy of life I am
    • and again we can see American writers pointing to man's will as
    • therefore see the development of the will within the world as
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    • this solely by way of illustration. Anyone who seeks to
    • seek to cling to the proposition that the object of their faith
    • seek, everywhere in the human organ, ism, the points at which
    • that it will already contain the seeds of its own decline. This
    • you could see that, whenever capitalism formed part of an
    • increasing freedom, you could see that wages and opportunities
    • the depths of men's souls. You see how they have undergone a
    • life, you will come to see that, because spiritual life has its
    • need only look at Rotteck's work to see how the idea of natural
    • they failed to see that, under the influence of the age of
    • historical development, and see how, from customs and
    • enjoyed such a vogue among men, we can see how various
    • been prophesied then developed, you will see, for
    • also see that spiritual life has a constant tendency to develop
    • can arise. If we could see spiritual life in its all-powerful
    • impulses. Thus we see that Plato still stresses how, in the
    • cosmos became universal justice. We see this especially
    • programmes. We have seen recently how, with the best and
    • overreaching; fundamentally, it is always seeking to encompass
    • yearn for a natural authority. We can see this at work in the
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    • blood-vessels. You would see from within the activity of the blood,and
    • the feelings attached to it, for example, you would see inwardly the
    • then experiences the imaginative world so that he seems as it were to
    • from the seventies, and compare it with one of to-day, we see what strides
    • the ego and astral body like a cloud. Just as we cannot see the trees
    • We then see how, especially
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    • right into all the blood vessels. You would see from within the
    • then experiences the Imaginative world so that he seems as it were
    • today, and we see what strides life has made in refined enjoyment,
    • body like a cloud. Just as we cannot see the trees in a wood if
    • We then see how, that where an
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    • these things are not admitted nor even clearly seen.
    • see from the dotes I have quoted, he lived in the twilight of
    • century. We can clearly see the approach of this end, starting
    • he looks at the world and sees everything Ideal, beautiful and
    • if one wishes to see what led St. Augustine to place himself in
    • views:« only those who come later can see these. One must
    • afterwards to see things in a more radical, true way, than does
    • after us, in future times, will see greater than we ourselves
    • Now, you see, If you take what I have just said with reference
    • another part of the world, and other human beings, we see that
    • Being Who is regarded as the Highest Being ever seen on the
    • Jehovah was honoured as a Moon-Divinity. It was clearly seen
    • see, this reversal was fulfilled through the Mystery of
    • Inner Being, does man come to see the Spiritual Reality
    • see, my dear friends, that which we think to-day, that which we
    • fruitful seed for our next earthly life. That of
    • guarantee of its reality, that we may say, is the seed for the
    • incarnation, as the seed of the plant this year will animate
    • see how from the standpoint we have acquired to-day we can look
    • him, and to a certain extent can see in him what he himself
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    • number of dreamers among its followers, that it seeks to work
    • capacity really to see into the life of the immediate present.
    • marvel at them; rather we seek the laws which we then
    • [See Note 2]
    • facts, its special stamp. Whoever wants to see what will happen
    • realms in order to see clearly. First I will picture the outer
    • 150 pounds are taxed. [...] You see, we have most ample figures
    • and 120 years ago, and you will see that much has gotten
    • world framework, sees what is going on in this soul. And only
    • see, for example, his essays from 1905, The Stages of Higher
    • do not see a criticism or anything pejorative in this, rather
    • the soul is turned back upon itself. Today it seeks the same
    • seems most fantastic to most people, but which is much clearer
    • tomorrow. You can see how better conditions stream into
    • future. You can see it already today. Work will be a voluntary
    • they look at the person and see that he needs work done for
    • [See Note 3]
    • [See Note 4]
    • necessary for someone who wants to see and hear in this area to
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    • We did not think of what, although it was to be foreseen, still
    • that we have worked three years at our building it seems indeed
    • Greek again in spirit, we see the ancient Greek moving through
    • with his way of seeing the world in its substance, we feel how
    • Golgotha, new architectural forms. We see that man has
    • impulses from the Spirit of Earth, we see the rise of mediaeval
    • like them. We see here, without yet being able to understand it
    • contained much of the later Jesuit spirit. And we see, under
    • materialism in Europe. We see that period approach, in which a
    • see a philosophy of life sweep Europe, denying freedom, because
    • within the limits of a rigid, blind obedience. We see the
    • And we see how there comes about, under this influence, the
    • form and works of art. We no longer see the soul's urge to
    • longer see the soul directly expressing its experiences when it
    • figures to the experiences which saturated his soul. We see
    • feelings. We see introduced into the pillars, into the element
    • between — these different kinds of themes. We see that
    • have to support should look as a secret. We see human saints
    • right- ness. We see art expressing what has no direct
    • connection with a vision of the world; we see the materialistic
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    • different units.’ In other words it seemed wrong to the
    • resembled a plant, but no existing plant, to be seen or
    • at all, for he replied: ‘If that is an idea, then I see my
    • revealed to him by Goethe. From that moment we see Schiller's ever
    • and noticed the path you have set yourself. You seek the necessity
    • to obtain light on each separate part, and you seek the explanation
    • seek to penetrate into his hidden technique, by re-creating him in
    • to us to-day outwardly — will see that in this thought he
    • spiritual, the world of ideas. We see that for this reason Goethe's
    • shall see what unique results Goethe's spiritual standard has in
    • following significant words: ‘I see and have always seen in
    • Schopenhauer, and let us see first how Schopenhauer stood
    • and Fichte — two great contrasts unite in Goethe, and he seems
    • see how they stand. There is a beautiful letter in which Hegel
    • writes: ‘Goethe seeks behind the sense-revelations the actual
    • Here also we see a harmony between Hegel and Goethe, as
    • firm ground of Goethean world-conception, and so we see a
    • So in Goethe we see a power, which, in face of all the
    • to knowledge, you will see that Goethe does not select a single
    • alone can one see the deeper spiritual foundations? We shall now
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    • We see the plant before us. Man goes to it and examines the
    • shall see there is a great difference between the two. Take, for
    • not see before because he was not capable of seeing it. Spiritual
    • is asked where we should come to if not only what the eyes see and
    • knowledge-capacity which we see in thought, feeling and will,
    • striving mankind, we may see in the Beautiful Lily another
    • Youth seeks this liberation which will make him captain of his soul.
    • So we see that Goethe constructs these figures in free
    • soul-powers, we see that they permeate and work in his whole soul. If
    • still more important than the figures themselves. We see the
    • him on his Italian journey, we see that this conception is only the
    • sees how this is made in one or another shape, taking on quite
    • stands there, and when we see him, we find only that we understand
    • Then we see that the objects of man's quest, the height of
    • caught up wide masses of people, which in a comprehensive sense seeks
    • so that not only a few individuals who seek illumination can cross
    • Thus we see that the things of the soul can only illumine a
    • spiritual worlds to those who could not seek the light by way of
    • And then we see that the two Kingdoms are united through the
    • an esoteric sense, we see how the Temple of Knowledge is brought by
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    • opened, so that he can see into the surrounding spiritual world.
    • personality, now we see before us a great conflict carried on
    • seen as a man doubting all knowledge, he now comes before us as one
    • In the form in which Faust appears in 1808 it seems as if
    • Looking back to the first part we can see how
    • real than anything that can be seen with the outer physical eyes or
    • believed to see. The study of these mystical, alchemistic,
    • following words: I have found nothing. These seekers into nature
    • But anyone who knew Goethe's soul, knew the seed was already sown
    • unsatisfied pursuit of knowledge, seeking for the deepest
    • in his 70th year beginning to see himself in the character of
    • at the first monologue in ‘Faust’ we see clearly what
    • was described at the beginning of to-day's lecture. We see a man
    • We see how he seizes on the old book — Goethe called it the
    •  From Heaven through Earth I see them pressing,
    • Through all this we see what at that time worked on Goethe.
    • ripen and bear fruit very much later, in years to come. We see too
    • superficial. We see many people taking it up in a hurry, but
    • deeply into Goethe's life. We see the echo of his feeling in
    • or ‘The Golden Chain of Homer.’ We see it expressed
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    • the mouth of Mephistopheles Goethe seeks to tell the public in a not
    • ‘Enough, ye see him, though it is much worse
    • rightly in Goethe's sense, also sees that deeper things lie behind.
    • experienced in Part II, he has seen it. He was in the spiritual,
    • what he sees who ‘bathes his breast in morning-red,’ in
    •  See the new-born day appearing!
    •  To see the highest life for which I'm panting. —
    • Wherefore he sees at first the world of the spiritual
    • — but still, as we shall see in a moment, as a symbol.
    • are not mere abstractions. He sees in the spiritual world the true
    • [See Cycle XIII,
    • bring people to a condition of great confusion. We shall see best
    • Living in the physical world of the senses, one sees the
    • confidence and certainty that he will find there what he seeks: the
    • — all that exists of this world of feeling when the seed for
    • city of Engyium seeks an alliance with Carthage. Nicias, the friend
    • to be brought to pass — into this kingdom where one sees what
    • But we see how carefully and correctly Goethe proceeds by the
    • world. And so we see him in the course of Part II going further on
    • his way. We see him after being ‘paralysed by Helena’
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    • when we can see already in preparation events of extraordinary
    • first place, as we trace back in historical time, we see a
    • see man in his animal imperfection as a kind of higher
    • the head, but, strange as it may seem, experienced the whole
    • (See Drawing).
    • (See Drawing).
    • — he did not say: I walk. We can see that from the very
    • head, chest, heart and limbs, one would see on every hand small
    • the land of rhythmic memory to seek a climate where rhythmic
    • ancient East is indeed only rightly understood when we see it
    • Asia, then we have to see it as a land where purest rhythms
    • memory. We shall go on to see in the course of the succeeding
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    • way that things can be seen and heard in this dream condition.
    • we see to-day in clear sharp outlines; as an Initiate however
    • he attained to see things as we see them to-day in our ordinary
    • the man of the present time from regarding all he sees around
    • Thus we see how in that ancient Eastern time the Spiritual
    • mind in which we to-day are able to write; it would have seemed
    • hand see how it was accepted in those times as something quite
    • that seem to us so barbarous.
    • the world as it is seen to-day. Only they united with this
    • to-day. The men of olden time did not see it thus. They saw
    • cosmic space. The lightning as such they did not see. They saw
    • whole of Nature, in the form in which we see it to-day, could
    • sees the host of elementary beings riding through the air. But
    • had no need to seek death at the hands of a foreign race in
    • We see facing one another the Greeks, who felt death within
    • There in Asia they see a people who are in the reverse
    • everywhere he lets us see this contrast. You may see it, for
    • Thus from a second point of view we see Europe and Asia set
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • was linked to rhythmic experience. And we have seen how this
    • seeing that the two personalities of whom we are speaking were
    • in the Epic bears the name of Gilgamesh, we have still to see
    • in Gilgamesh an inner impulse to seek out paths in the world
    • experience on Earth. He began to see what these earlier
    • [See the 5th lecture in
    • in the Temple of Artemis. See
    • later in the history of Earth evolution, we may see how through
    • (384–322 B.C.). See
  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • [See the 8th and 9th lectures in
    • head into the colossal body. For of course he did not see the
    • speaking goes a wave-like surging and seething of the whole
    • and seethe within the Earth. And above, in the airy element the
    • shall have to see how Alexander the Great and Aristotle lived
    • flowers. And there you may see how in the shadow of the trees
    • broad-minded way, we shall see how Lamprecht, the Christian
    • we have seen, at a comparatively late period in the Middle
    • while; we only see what our external senses perceive, we only
    • see what the earthly substances in us, not what the elements in
    • Aristotle we may see at the same time a reflection of the great
    • have therefore to see in these events the working of a
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    • Mystery of Ephesus. Let us try to see wherein lies the peculiar
    • to this conclusion: All around me I see displayed on every side
    • and then the fruit. I see the annual plants in the meadows and
    • again in Autumn. I see, too, the trees that go on growing for
    • their roots. But all that I see out there — the annual
    • plant kingdom he was the bearer, who bore the seed to the Earth
    • spiritual world itself was either seen or felt in the
    • willingly let themselves be seen in the Akashic pictures,
    • can see this taking place. In the dramas of Æschylus we
    • may see placed before us in an artistic picture the feeling
    • now we see what Alexander the Great is really doing, and doing
    • all this we see two elements interworking; one that had gone,
    • Western humanity unless we can see it on this background. For
    • have to see standing in the background the mighty Mystery
    • have to see these wonderful Temples scattered over Asia; and in
    • in the Mysteries. We see Ephesus in flames, and a little later
    • we see the expeditions of Alexander that carried over into the
    • by the tremendous events that we see taking place, we are able
    • then we see gradually rise up in the foreground the Roman
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    • of the Mysteries, we have to see in the civilisation that has
    • help of his own conceptions and ideas. We may see a beginning
    • too, to look within himself, and see the union of man with the
    • into modern times. In the time of Julian the Apostate the seed
    • [See the 8th and 9th lectures in
    • world exactly as the men of ancient Atlantis had seen it.
    • [(1575–1624), mystic. See
    • physician. See
    • [(1533–1588), mystic. See
    • century. See
    • things. For we can see how the expeditions of Alexander and the
    • the events of history, for it is often so that seemingly
    • physical flames of fire flaring up on that night, we see the
    • fact that the physical is Maya, that we have to seek the truth
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    • be understood by seeing in it a connected system of forces; and
    • perceive things, he does not merely see with the eye, but
    • (You will see presently why I am developing this line of
    • in complicate combination. And so the atomist comes to see in
    • pouring in from the periphery. And so you can see for all the
    • you see, sometimes the following situation emerges. The
    • you can see these strange formations. Within each one is the
    • very strange and remarkable. The bee goes to the plant, seeks
    • took place, the whole macrocosm speaks. In the germ or seed
    • the human being we may see working together, first of all the
    • of the 20th century. We shall thus come to see the necessity
  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • peculiar force and earnestness when we see it shape itself out
    • of strange and unparalleled events, when we see it written with
    • understanding of the Mystery of Golgotha. We have to see
    • that can exist in the world. We only see the Mystery of
    • who had spared no pains to seek him out. Gazing into the gentle
    • body which your physical eyes can see. The centre of the Earth
    • intimation would be given to them: You must seek out a place
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    • waking consciousness were to be seen. In our present time, when
    • with what I have called the seed of great and essential
    • see, modern civilisation adopts the form of spiritual life that
    • that a sorrowful picture is presented to the seer, but in a
    • or that town, for if people first see Eurythmy without hearing
    • often to be seen of modern man with the results of his
    • prove to be worthy of this aim we shall see that a good star
    • star, my dear friends! We shall see whither the Gods will lead
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    • but did not consciously see this work, just always dreamed,
    • compares what he sees in the outer sense-world with what he
    • earth, we should see the world in a sort of dream-form. We have
    • This may give courage, to begin with, to seek certain
    • — but we shall see that it can be answered. It is this:
    • from the one described before. You see, in ordinary
    • strengthened, invigorated thinking, is this: A man sees himself
    • really sees himself as a second person. When anyone has this
    • what you see only now, for which you only now have a language,
    • see that he first has this ego to enable him to make use of his
    • united with what father and mother give at birth, he sees the
    • earth-life. Here one sees that the spiritual forces reign and
    • existence, to what he sees here, then there comes to him the
    • see the purpose of it all is to come to the perception of the
    • destiny. We see this expressed in the tendencies of a person,
    • you see the really important thing is first to develop a
    • see when a man wants to think about outer nature, he needs his
    • the recollection, what one sees spiritually without the body.
    • the way I have described, and sees how the pre-earthly forces
    • concepts must be allowed to pass over into artistic seeing, so
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    • shadowy. On the basis of Anthroposophy we seek to evoke this very
    • in the 3rd in a still different way. One thus sees how the mood of
    • Spirits of Time. It is of this that we seek to create a
    • is awoke, is given over to an illusion. As we have seen, when he is
    • it does seem to be so. At this point of time man help regarding his
    • his body. The reason he cannot see the Beings of the Angels,
    • not see directly but only dimly into the external, sensible nature.
    • course, this can only be seen on the path of Spiritual Science, but
    • dear friends see that there are reasons why man should experience
    • — if man could but fully see himself, and not merely feel
    • So we can say, to-day we experience an Ordering of Nature, (see
    • All that we see round us with our eyes, or that
    • who had atavistic clairvoyance, could not see things in their
    • demonology. The Gods of the ancient Mythologies were seen as
    • poetically altered, as seen under the influence of that delusion of
    • life, as we to-day see everything which refers to man under the
    • to see how fully convinced the Egyptians were that what man does
    • This can be seen quite clearly in the early Church writers. In
    • Dionysius the Areopagite, you can see it clearly for yourself.
    • consciousness of the living world of Divine Beings, which were seen
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    • destruction, to dissolution; so that it seems quite natural
    • for reality wherever we see a process of sprouting, budding,
    • system (see diagram). Clairvoyance actually sees the
    • soul. That is the change. Suppose, for examples you see a red
    • what you then see. Conscious life consists in such processes
    • memory, no recollection. Thus you see if we want to acquire
    • clairvoyant, when outside the body with his soul, sees the
    • body in the same way as in physical life we see another human
    • body and sees the man lying there beneath. That is not so.
    • look first at summer time, outside us we see in this summer
    • and weaves during our sleeping condition. If we now seek to
    • the Spirit of the Earth. You see, when we observe the earth
    • the earth. You then see how we are standing in a living way
    • processes of destruction, it has without bias to see how our
    • investigate what grows up over it, or he seeks in the dying
    • has deprived itself of the power to see the spiritual, the
    • You see, the
    • that only when they are decaying do they let us see the
    • spirit. If we go out into the country and see a decaying,
    • about a lecture: “One person sees the world as a box of
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    • seeking the unitary principle of the world.
    • some extent the clairvoyant aspect of a man, which, seen from
    • that the spirit-soul part is here seen to be especially
    • memories, therefore they seem inwardly to be very colourless,
    • see all this working, constructing, and creating of the
    • spiritual-psychic force during digestion; you see it as it
    • Thus you see
    • if he thinks of death, he only sees in it the warning to
    • Ahriman. Thus you see: It is not the fault of heaven that
    • something humanity has itself prepared, and one can see how
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    • act is a process of destruction, and the moment man sees that
    • apathy: in this direction we become immoral. Thus we see that
    • See how many
    • a “seeing” eye and an open mind for all that is
    • independent of the divine spiritual powers. Hence we see that
    • right attitude towards it when we say: The thoughts we seek
    • whose development the anthroposophist can foresee, the
    • ought to foresee, a point of development which is far removed
    • around us now in the fifth post-Atlantean age, we see that,
    • effort a certain transformation must take place. We have seen
    • we turn to the world. Fundamentally this may be seen from the
    • will be seen that in this respect people are still in an
    • anthroposophists, who see clearly that Anthroposophy provides
    • when you are in a company of card players, or see the
    • play hide-and-seek with the words “selfishness”
    • Thus we see
    • have seen that the moral impulse of bravery has been changed
    • to love. We have also seen that wisdom has become truth. To
    • we must have a seeing eye for his nature. How do we obtain
    • this seeing-eye with reference to the spiritual world? We
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • seemingly has little to do with that theme, but it will afford
    • To see in times before us how a wise man thought,
    • “every working force and seed.”
    • He was unwilling merely “to trade in words,” as he had seen this done
    • Here we can really see that Herder's mind
    • to see the great problems and questions of human life. He
    • force and seed” took a hold of him, especially in Strassburg
    • peculiar nature. When we read this autobiography, we see how,
    • this, however, occurs in such a way that we see he is never
    • Gottfried of Berlichingen. Thus, he could see the substance,
    • have seen it. This was what he needed. To him, this meant
    • would certainly not have suited Goethe. But to see a man
    • standing alive in the midst of it, to see reflected in a human
    • Goethe's mind that is historical but seen really within actual
    • ridiculed with immense humor. Then in Pater Brey we see
    • Weimar a large part of his Faust; they see in all this
    • see how the character of a woman, Frau von Stein,
    • see, Goethe had taken up Herder's great idea to study the
    • world at large; you must remember that he had never before seen
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • we see his foreordained karma clearly at work from his earliest
    • see that a clearly prescribed karma leads the boy of six or
    • environment, and we see how what he brought into this
    • of Goethe will see that the Faust was really a demand of
    • he will not seem to anyone to be far removed in
    • again, we see how his soujourn in Rome
    • this, as we shall see, would not be entirely accurate in a spiritual
    • Here we see how a natural event seems to enter with immense
    • You see, this soft and almost timid handling of
    • Goethe meeting Goethe. He sees himself; he drives out to
    • wearing the clothes in which he had seen himself many years
    • body is loosened. He sees the experience as something external;
    • see here how a man may stand within external events and how it
    • To see in times before us how a wise man thought,
    • Thus we see a decided continuation of the karmic impulses that
    • such a thing completely, we shall then also see where one who
    • have awakened in Weimar. In this fact, however, we can see the
    • see, a writer who is not an artist can produce a drama
    • see, if I may be permitted to interject this personal comment,
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • only part of anything we describe. We always need to seek light
    • Considering all this, we shall readily see that an especially
    • really the baby among his human members, it will not then seem
    • seemingly true that the organism is distinct from the external
    • animals perform something that is seemingly human. How much
    • seen and cause the animal to recognize him, even apart from the
    • letters for words spoken to him. He also seemed to solve
    • seemed to be able to count how many ladies were present
    • lay the sheet down in another row, thus performing what seemed
    • see, not only the phenomenon, but also its explanation has long
    • should see with his ganglionic system as he otherwise perceives
    • through this? You see, for many centuries it has been so that a
    • person now grows into his knowledge so that he sees more than
    • boyhood. We can see this from his description of what became
    • come to? Strange as it may seem but so it is, the world would
    • still. It seems trivial to say this, but it is nevertheless a
    • during our vocational work will seem extraordinary to you, and
    • we spoke about Boehme's statue that we had just seen in the
    • way. A seed often appears quite insignificant beside the
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • be an empty phrase. In the first place, people will see that
    • science will be less and less exposed, you see, to the danger
    • important that we come to see more clearly how in earlier times
    • seem today to the clever people — in spite of St. Paul having
    • one another, seek only their own advantage, and have only
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • by, or associated with, a vocation, you will have seen that it
    • seemingly most important places in life.
    • repeat, people would see what is of real importance here if it
    • of life through learning to see that we are immersed in
    • and, as the Faust unfolds, you can see how
    • presentation used by Goethe in this act, we can see that, in
    • see how Faust gradually frees himself from Mephistopheles. Even
    • means, although in most cases patients only seem to be cured.
    • plan, one that was unrelated to the other. Certainly he seems
    • psychoanalysis seeks to analyze.
    • but what is planted in this muddy substance as the seed of the
    • has a good soul life.” “I see,” says the father.
    • when one is able to see how the bow of karma plays upon the
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture VI
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • have seen how involved the more profound questions of destiny
    • order to see clearly the difficulties that hinder our
    • seen a map until they were fairly well along in years. Many
    • that he had never seen a map before a particular age has
    • something to do with this; if he had seen a map earlier, a
    • just the education that would keep it for a time from seeing a
    • we study Vischer, we shall see that precisely all his whims and
    • greatness. So it seems really out of order for someone to write
    • insignificant it seems, this is extraordinarily important. One
    • answered, naturally, but posed. We see here how modern man
    • question of a sort that spiritual science seeks to answer. Such
    • see, the important point is that what had brought death to this
    • brilliant intellects, we can observe that they seek today for
    • by the life-mechanisms of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch, see
    • Now, the other knew that her favorite food was poppyseed cake.
    • see he understands the various endeavors today to enter the
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • as being prosaic, but that, as we have seen, it is most
    • we recall something I have frequently emphasized, we shall see
    • There we see that human life first
    • really possible to see in the human being during this period of
    • will see what infinitely fruitful thought for future education
    • them only once. But it is not only here that we can see how
    • see, such things as I have explained to you in the form of the
    • Herzen said, “I see the inevitable collapse of old Europe; at
    • certain justification and as one who sees much that is around
    • which can be seen by people who are willing to do so. It is not
    • whatever way we please, but that we must really see how the
    • — the kind of reality that they alone see — and not at such
    • such attacks because anyone who is not blind sees how these
    • people seek out the places that are politically right for them
    • Here you see how the Pythagorean laws of number play a role in
    • see how the numbers agree among these three Allies!
    • people; by using proper methods people are hindered from seeing
    • fountainhead of a real spiritual world. But you also see that
    • truth as their objective but are really seeking quite different
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    • had to support his mother and sisters. In order that we may see
    • Grace, as if I were seeking for support without a corresponding
    • these things and with the inventor as he might see it, and to
    • although I rather discourage than seek to give many such
    • thinks about Galileo, the astronomer. You will see from this
    • be established scientifically. One who can see through things
    • can readily foresee what will come about. Those who are
    • to what has so often been discussed, that is, to seeing the
    • may also be seen on certain occasions making use of whatever
    • see the important bearing it has upon the course of human
    • evolution, to the sorrow and pain of anyone who sees into these
    • stopped in front of a billboard to see where I might spend the
    • Suddenly it seemed to me almost astonishing that the
    • sky seemed to drop something heavy and inevitable from its
    • see the horrible thing that this city was, and it no longer
    • horrified, angered, or disgusted me. It seemed to me quite
    • longer exists. The certainty of this, and it seemed certain to
    • them as if he might see his chances there. Arthur turned away
    • fumes in here, and you will see that figures take form in your
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • seem, you will find that they describe nothing but an angel,
    • own angel. We already see how strong is the impulse of humans
    • not admit it. When we consider this, however, we see it is an
    • bear this in mind, we see a highly significant connection; that
    • look up to anything above the angel sees nothing of this
    • see it.
    • but at most to an angel, as we have seen. People may conduct
    • the Christ. I think this is not difficult to see because it is
    • see, there is a good deal of talk today about the mysteries,
    • to you and asks for information about something seemingly of
    • otherwise, as you can easily see, real freedom could not have
    • see, the year 1769 — I shall now make an assertion that will
    • seem extremely curious to everyone who thinks scientifically —
    • negative superstition. Positive superstition consists in seeing
    • evolution of humanity will also frequently see even in the
    • and will fail entirely to see the dot. But one who observes
    • fact; I shall refer to it in a way that will seem utterly
    • through his invention, his steam engine. You see, its
    • has profound significance for the cosmos. Here you see directly
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • we seek the answer to the question to which we referred in the
    • we seek to understand in a more profound sense what the Christ
    • held, even by us; we should not simply seek to remove it by
    • see, provided the Mystery of Golgotha is an inner and genuine
    • what I am about to say as something strange. You will see that
    • was necessary that He should be seen, like the phenomena of
    • completely, we should see behind him the angel, the archangel,
    • You must see that with the human being something enters into
    • Then one also sees all concepts and ideas that separate men
    • see how dangerous it is to set up truths that may be perverted
    • see, as long as men lived without the fully developed ego
    • Let us look at ourselves and see how things have changed.
    • yet, we can see very little that counteracts materialism from,
    • knew very well in my youth, is again in the process of seeking
    • spiritual things. He is not seeking them in spiritual science
    • you can also see from the book itself that up to its
    • haven't seen Hermann Bahr for the past twenty-eight years
    • though we do not need to defend this play as such, we see that
    • pinpointed. In short, in this book there seems to be compiled
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    • seen how deeply and with what significance it has taken hold
    • seething through the universe. That was to him the spirit of
    • the Sun. To this Greek sage it would have seemed crass
    • And with this three foldness then seen in the Sun, the men
    • vanishing of seeing the spiritual outside in the Cosmos, and
    • the power of seeing the other two Suns behind the
    • their own sphere. Men today do not willingly see into these
    • we have a good opportunity of seeing what nonsense is talked.
    • at last to see that it is not a matter simply of delivering
    • matters is to seek for that flexible, fluid judgment that
    • felt himself obliged, it seems, to speak as he was accustomed
    • that you can see. Look at everything, look at the whole of
    • you can see in the way of stars, light-phenomena; see what
    • man: Of what you see today man himself alone contains
    • Venus existence — Nowhere else can you seek anything
    • looking for the seeds of the real future of the world where
    • have we to seek? We must seek them in man. We cannot look for
    • only what is planted seedwise into man.
    • But they did not see them in the same way as modern man, for
    • descended to earth. In those olden times Christ was seen to
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    • (see circle A in diagram 1; body (oval); and the
    • is, as you saw yesterday, a young formation (see small yellow
    • awake (see a in diagram 1) then the spiritual man
    • be sleeping man (see b diagram 1); the spiritual
    • remains you see more or less connected with the body, and
    • Venus, and make an incomplete picture of it in seed form, not
    • letting it go beyond the seed form.
    • bear in us the seed of the Venus evolution. This is regarded
    • [See Lecture Z 104. 12.VIII.1916
    • do. Here you have to make a kind of map. You see, every time
    • [See Lecture Z 243.
    • consciousness; but as we have seen this man is a highly
    • what is part of the being of man. You see it is really
    • something spread out for the senses. Allow this (see blue in
    • inner side of the outside (see left of diagram). Suppose you
    • turn your senses here to what I have drawn (see arrows).
    • see what here inside inclines within. Now follows the
    • look out thus you see the permanent as the limit of your
    • the other side see your sense impressions. You could look out
    • thus (see upper arrows in diagram). No, naturally you do not
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    • is something in them for which men should be seeking a
    • for example, with the Good. Modern men do not see any real
    • spread out perceptibly before us, we have to see a kind of
    • best express it, than empty space. You need only seek the
    • the diagram of your head (see red in diagram 5). but now, if
    • is drawn (see yellow in diagram 5).
    • image. We could forget ourselves ... We see ourselves in
    • come to what naturally is only seen near man but projects
    • say that seen in this way the condition of the real man
    • turned to his body thus (see lilac). It is true I shall have
    • You see how this part I am now drawing lies beyond the
    • You see, my
    • so call it — were able to see clairvoyantly, the whole of
    • could only bring him to the point of seeing ever changing
    • vision, super-sensible vision, a man might see something of
    • the whole man is seen, that is, physical man with his
    • different. Try simply to see man's aura — as it is while
    • and try to see the man why stretches out his organs into
    • physical man. But when you see the man during the time
    • between death and a new birth, then you also see how the
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    • see in the spiritual world will become thereby distorted,
    • seem uncommonly clever and convincing, when Carl Marx, for
    • also, which, looked at in one way, really seem intended to
    • practical man could see. And directly one sees that the price
    • seeing that picture postcards don't exactly rank
    • abstraction: Look and see, how many paper-notes the
    • see what we can do with you!” There would be
    • may see a striking illustration. There exists also a
    • body social, and comes to see, how the three systems of the
    • the matter will see, that the three different systems of life
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    • especially at heart, and which may seem needful for the
    • learning to see, that at bottom nothing is to be accomplished
    • method of propaganda, as we have seen, makes no headway: the
    • direct our efforts to making people see, that it is really
    • will see what an amount we have collected together in them of
    • question, for instance, which people to-day invariably seek
    • does not see, that to-day you might make the most splendid
    • sees, what the social question really is, if one looks about
    • where the crash is still to come. There one may see, on the
    • people see so far as that all business is coming to a
    • the stock in the warehouses. All this they see so far quite
    • And, standing over on the other side, one sees those people
    • ‘Alright: we will do our best, and wait and see what
    • enable a part of mankind to wake up; and one sees people
    • superstition which sees a hobgoblin or a fairy in every bush
    • everywhere you see towns and villages, and in all these towns
    • see, very clearly marks out the point which is the important
    • to think over what I have said however, you will see, that
    • but old party-shibboleths. Down to the end of 1914, you see,
    • syndicalists; we can wait and see, what attitude the
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    • in these lectures here — seeks to clarify these questions
    • Mollusks. — And the moment I see this book,
    • laugh when I see this book, Concerning
    • way more recently, the moment I see the book about mollusks,
    • the two questions before you so that you see how they have to
    • is just on this point that we can see that this kind of
    • means that we have to seek this basis in our human nature
    • able to see and perceive something different from what can be
    • way you will gradually see that you are similarly bound to laws
    • in it, but we no longer have to see it. This is a condition
    • middle of sleep and see our bodies lying there apart from our
    • souls. This is a real experience. We see that when we have
    • may well seem odd to you, but it is nevertheless true, that it
    • takes place at the periphery of man's body. Anyone who has seen
    • than the rest of the organism. We can see in this peculiar
    • to imagination, inspiration and intuition we see, therefore,
    • and we can see what it is and how it enters the human being
    • come to see what it is that inspires us. This turns out to be
    • arms and hands, feet and legs, and see how these are continued
    • perceives the limb organism, he sees how something is
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    • insight into human life, and yet what he seems to be saying is
    • more Goethe's judgment seems to be confirmed. We only need
    • normally call history and to see how far it really enables us
    • us take one or two examples by way of introduction to see
    • course of human evolution. He seeks the motivating forces and
    • social conditions are organized in a military structure, we see
    • in place of a living in images that always sees images for the
    • From this brief description I have given you can see how an
    • shall see in a moment, what Lamprecht put forward is intimately
    • connected with the German way of looking at things. We can see
    • instance, really see the inner reasons why the German people
    • is interesting to see how he succeeds in showing that American
    • and you will see the truth of what I say.
    • so, but before the war they were taken in. For they do not see
    • one who is able to see through such things, Wilson's words
    • Of course one would have to see the details of the content of
    • we can see that these things rise up from the unconscious
    • He is seeking a science of soul applicable to his own times.
    • Karl Lamprecht sees something significant in applying to his
    • see into the spiritual. This science of spirit discovers that
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    • we shall see later, be experienced, is by way of the thinking.
    • possible to find the being of man. We see that because our
    • by laying the emphasis in this not on seeing that a memory
    • self-consciousness with us, where at first we seem to
    • world. On the one hand we have seen that in order to reach this
    • our will, especially when seen from the scientific viewpoint,
    • see physical objects outside ourselves.
    • exalted in it and will see it as the flower of the world. A
    • God not seen to it that the beautiful, the wonderful, the
    • seems to contradict all we have experienced in our soul life
    • the seed in the flower, which having lived a different life in
    • kind. We become aware of a new seed of life within us. —
    • And just as the seed grows out of the forces of the plant and
    • seed of life, enclosed at first within pain, can lead to a
    • existing in space and time so that not every seed develops into
    • further life on earth. Then we have to seek out another body
    • into the world. At first we experience only pain in this seed
    • A higher kind of memory arises. Paradoxical as it may seem,
    • affecting us. But it is not as some would imagine that we see a
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    • however, seeks to develop what can be achieved within certain
    • Anthroposophy, if it seeks to be taken seriously, has to take
    • conscientious account of these things. It has to see this
    • world can come about in this way. Anthroposophy has to see
    • thought, which rely upon themselves alone. Here it sees one
    • inner contemplation, where the soul seeks to turn and to
    • of the senses. Anthroposophy has to see how mystics, who look
    • had to say this first, in order that it can be seen how
    • Anthroposophy sees clearly, in what ways knowledge about
    • some way transformed, as we shall see. To begin with, we are
    • Therefore it is good to seek out the ideas upon which attention
    • Here you see at once, that anthroposophical research goes in
    • back as we can see in our earthly lives.
    • see, the one who speaks from anthroposophical points of view
    • These things must be seen objectively; it must be
    • organism, through this very fact serves for our seeing. In
    • seeming contradiction.
    • any sort of building. Anthroposophy seeks to work upon the
    • the whole human being. We have seen how the one-sided use of
    • official representatives of religious faiths do not see
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    • possible to do more than indicate this fact. We can see how the
    • spirit or anthroposophy seeks to approach the solution of the
    • as we shall see later — but it arises out of the life of
    • aspirations which came with it. We see how people steeped in
    • was seen as a natural process: the process of human thinking
    • of the ways of approach, with its great hopes. We see as it
    • understand man through having seen how he arose out of the
    • great as is the difference between the various species we see
    • spirit seeks to approach a solution to the mystery of man by a
    • of the human soul, which, as we shall now see, have nothing to
    • black spot in our eyes, cannot see. — The ego is made
    • leads, as we shall see, to real perception into the
    • really quite wonderful to see how Goethe treats the physical
    • and grace in its lighter and thinner shades. — So we see
    • to see a weak light against a strong one. For it is above all
    • anthroposophy. We can see from this the longing for the
    • Seer dreams seriously as a joke about a wholly inward soul
    • Thus we see that Immanuel Hermann Fichte instinctively
    • the really deep core of our soul life. This can be seen quite
    • us, or we do not allow it. We see that we evolve a certain
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    • Eurythmie, die Offenbarung der sprechenden Seele.
    • Goethe sees
    • will see, Eurhythmy can be accompanied by music, for that
    • into Eurhythmy into visible speech. We can in this way see
    • only. We have already been able to see, by a year of
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    • lectures you will have seen how man comes to a kind of
    • earth. You will see this better if you go into those chapters in
    • way upon these territories. Te can see that if we compare,
    • under the title of Nationalism. You will see if you
    • transpired before the eye of history, we see how muck enters
    • seeks to make itself felt. While in the West the French
    • dreams, we see e.g. Schiller writing his letters concerning
    • with the French Revolution, but they seek to solve the
    • seek to solve it humanistically, in a purely human
    • way. They seek to make man inwardly a free human being. It is
    • standpoint. You see, this ethical standpoint had once already
    • reincarnated Greek; and we see how the first dawn of the
    • regards Goethe, we see how he works his way up from an
    • home that, in the works of art which he sees proceeding out
    • of the Greek spirit, he sees Necessity, he sees God.
    • You see, my
    • Aestheticism, even in moral ideas. We see here the triumphant
    • You see, one
    • question of that, but of seeing what spirit lives in the
    • You see, it
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    • see — even though this may not be externally
    • to us from cosmic space, and with which we seem to have far
    • Universe which we see when we speak so the starry world from
    • these there are other Beings, who seek to develop their
    • deep disinclination to undergo future incarnations, it seems
    • to seek the balance between the two. One cannot speak of
    • We can see
    • into his body. On the other hand, from the East we see the
    • body. We see that in the views of the decadent East; and we
    • can see in developments in Eastern Europe the same thing
    • equilibrium. You see that what is put before humanity as a
    • shadow of doubt, you will see the Ahrimanisation of Mankind.
    • to see that what appears below on the Earth appears as the
    • only about what I can see sensibly, I Luciferise
    • the spirit, then I can say: “Yes, I can see the Stars,
    • it with sufficient understanding. If they did, they would see
    • not merely see Stone in the stony, and Earth in the earthy,
    • Spiritual beings; in the Stars they did not see merely what
    • is seen today, but the revelations of the Divine Spiritual.
    • shall not seek him one-sidedly only in relationship with
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    • seeking their support, seeking concepts that are their
    • our instincts. We have therefore to seek the means of finding
    • complete and out of his own powers he has now to seek union
    • can see for this is that they have so entirely given up
    • age and, then, not to see that even if the words are there
    • indeed seen, for example, fat printed tomes with
    • You see, this
    • You see it is a
    • science, to herald spiritual science because one sees the
    • how the present time is constituted spiritually and see the
    • found. Whoever sees into how things work today knows only too
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    • do not see the spirit in ail that we observe in the world,
    • the higher beings to use, by seeking for concepts which are
    • seek for the primary conditions in his corporeal or bodily
    • qualities came out, but as we have seen, corporeal or bodily
    • inner being man must seek for the union with what is
    • present, day, and see the necessity for collaborating with
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    • We shall afterwards see that this is all said by way of
    • comparison. We shall see too that the difference between the
    • theories of cognition which could seemingly be brought
    • what is present in sense perception, is only seemingly a
    • real perception, a duality is contained within what seemingly
    • observes another man through the senses, he sees in that
    • birth; dying — coming to birth, that is what we see when
    • when we really see it and do not merely imagine it in an
    • abstract way — when we see continually in a man, a corpse
    • and a child coming into being (and it can be actually seen in
    • longer a unity such as we used to see when we look at nature.
    • see in our surroundings the activities of spiritual beings,
    • concrete inner experiences — then we see ourselves to be
    • there is the so-called Beseel correction, and it is applied
    • future men will have to see to it that this state of things
    • been a healthy one. They will very soon learn to see through
    • and by the advance in universal space forward are to be seen
    • So you see
    • very pleased in Berlin when a man came to see me who had
    • something interesting about it. And he came to see me with
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    • looks out into his environment, he sees nothing but the
    • of the fifteenth century and we shall presently see what
    • effect it has upon a conception of the universe to see,
    • external world, we see only the material. It is the divine
    • see, to begin with, nothing but abstract concepts which can
    • see a planet in the sky. There is nothing of the
    • the bounds of the human skin. Strange as it may seem, it is
    • therefore quite true to say that everything our eyes can see
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    • upon today. It seems to me not only true to the spirit of
    • singular. But it seems to me that in connection with a
    • other seems to me to be the wish to express, represent or
    • following seems to me to be in keeping with a sound human
    • she rings untrue if she seems shy; and a woman with curly
    • appear as if what is seen here to be a demand of our soul,
    • special sphere seems to me that of art. Art fashions out of
    • the artist makes his start. Now it seems to me that the
    • there is in man's soul something that seems to surge freely
    • well see how there is a source of artistic work which
    • metamorphosis of form, anyone. who can see how one form
    • observation, to see that the human head is a whole, the rest
    • nature. From this example we can see how nature in all her
    • intensively — seems to us so magical, so mysterious, is
    • nature is seeking to do in one of her works — what can
    • this one came quite naturally to see that something had to be
    • no need to seek through dry allegory, nor in a way that is
    • the artist seeks it in the physical-superphysical removes the
    • rising conception that is actually a suppressed vision, seeks
    • stopped short halfway. Many of Signac's pictures seem so
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    • something like seership in the functioning of their creative
    • to depict things that seem to shine from the super-sensible
    • seership in the sense of Spiritual Science. There are points
    • genuine seership, than in the connection of seership with
    • artistic imagination and seership it is necessary to realise
    • and memory. The power of seership possessed by a man who
    • methods, it should not be objected that conscious seership is
    • mean by seership — even by those who believe themselves
    • point is to understand what is meant by genuine seership.
    • seership differs fundamentally from the activity out of which
    • spiritual research all day long. Seership in the spiritual
    • The seer is able to eliminate everything that presses in upon
    • imagination. I do not mean by this that the seer, when in
    • art as does a man who is not a seer. The seer has these
    • But in moments of seership it is possible for him completely
    • experiences are specific. The seer has definite experiences
    • the seer's experience in connection with art, we must ask
    • this question: If the seer must suppress the workings of the
    • seership. Dervish customs and the like are not the expression
    • seership, however, something quite objective, but no loss
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    • In Seelentiefen,
    • Menschenseele!
    • In's eigne Seelenwesensfühlen leitet:
    • Im Seelengleichgewichte,
    • Im Menschen-Seelen-Wirken.
    • In den Weltenrhythmen Seelen-begnadend;
    • Menschenseele!
    • Erstrahlte in Menschenseelen;
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    • form, it seems to me that this new translation should not be
  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • book of travel, and really do not take in very much! So you see, they
    • the seeds which decay. Knowledge that is not placed in the service of
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    • act is a process of destruction, and the moment man sees that
    • apathy: in this direction we become immoral. Thus we see that
    • See how many
    • a “seeing” eye and an open mind for all that is
    • independent of the divine spiritual powers. Hence we see that
    • right attitude towards it when we say: The thoughts we seek
    • whose development the anthroposophist can foresee, the
    • ought to foresee, a point of development which is far removed
    • around us now in the fifth post-Atlantean age, we see that,
    • effort a certain transformation must take place. We have seen
    • we turn to the world. Fundamentally this may be seen from the
    • will be seen that in this respect people are still in an
    • anthroposophists, who see clearly that Anthroposophy provides
    • when you are in a company of card players, or see the
    • play hide-and-seek with the words “selfishness”
    • Thus we see
    • have seen that the moral impulse of bravery has been changed
    • to love. We have also seen that wisdom has become truth. To
    • we must have a seeing eye for his nature. How do we obtain
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    • see, therefore, that what has happened through the Mystery of
    • the life of Christ Jesus from teachers who have seen Him face
    • the row there stands one of the Apostles who had seen the Lord
    • When the last instinctive seers practiced Yoga they achieved
    • see, to perceive by means of this crude-material substance.
    • irradiate the thought system, thus calling forth what we see in
  • Title: Christianity in the Evolutionary Course of Modern Mankind
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    • will have been able to see from the one
    • is of unique significance as an Avatar-Being. We should seek
    • animated by the Avatar. There existed in Shem, as you can see
    • these could be woven into his being. Thus we see how it became
    • a look at the early teachers of Christianity to see how at that
    • everything of a physical nature that still existed can be seen
    • the determining factor. Thus we can see that in the
    • similar copies. Thus we see how the most important occurrences
    • conviction. What must sometimes seem so strange to us in
    • seemed grotesque; but the world of their moods and feelings, of
    • Thus you see how the very diversified
    • also this was an important transition. We see how in the course
    • knowledge of the Lord's Supper. But we see verified here a
    • Here we see a great historical fact
    • we can learn something else besides, if we see how in these
    • that he may henceforth see into his spiritual environment
    • as we shall be able to see it when we shall have received the
    • Thus you see how Christianity gradually
    • objective world, it is now capable also of seeing in all
  • Title: Eternal Soul of Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • itself presents as full reality. So long as we dream we see
    • we see with the eyes, such as we have in the waking state,
    • there. When the eye sees, that which is seen must be there.
    • thinking and action as a reality within you — now you see
    • of that which is seen as a much greater power of thought, like
    • previous earth life. And if we compare what we see overall,
    • see, we have not yet attained that silence which I now speak of
    • Nowadays we see that one does not
    • occurs before the soul seeks to connect with others.
    • distinct impression: When you want to see you have first to
    • You see, through love we come into a
    • as entirely foreign. We have not desired to see this ego as it
    • former lives on earth. And we have so risen that we can see the
    • bodily functions. I want to say, we see red as red, the same
    • see what is going on in the muscles, what is going on in the
    • only see something as it were that is borne by the stream of
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • to significant questions can be found in modern science, see
    • no point in devoting themselves to something which seems to
    • matured abilities and inclinations, it also contains seeds
    • for its further evolution. If these seeds are allowed to lie
    • soul. The seeds for future development in the hidden recesses
    • own foundation, seeks to understand all religions. It wishes
    • theosophical movement acknowledges this fact and sees it as
    • longingly seek answers in modern science are especially those
    • is an unrealistic view; people who hold it do not see what is
    • wants to see material conditions continue to make progress
    • may not seem valid, but in the article it is
    • in the sand not to see it. But what is it that is needed at
    • able to see into the spiritual world, so there are
    • phenomena and see beyond the portal of death. They perceive
    • say: Give me the means to see for myself. Actually, anyone
    • can attain the means, provided that person seeks guidance of
    • someone who tells me he can see into the spiritual world, and
    • permeate the world about us. As yet I cannot see that world,
    • thinking to the matter, and see if life itself bears out what
    • at the world in light of this knowledge and see if it
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • research. This at first seems very surprising. However, as
    • Thus, you see
    • to see that these basic ideas are the “above,”
    • life. However, when ideas behind words seem to have no
    • truths, which to them seem like a string of words, it is not
    • Thus, we see that creatures belonging to the animal kingdom
    • seed to reach perfection in a far-off future; a stage to
    • sense, it is not what can be seen physically that is meant,
    • capable of sensation. In a crystal you see manifest certain
    • crystal will see it as an individual imprint of the whole of
    • So you see that
    • We see that
    • outer world. We have seen that the origin of blood coincides
    • absorbed by his blood. Incredible as it may seem to the
    • blood. Surprising as it may seem, marriage between strangers
    • evolutionary laws is there any possibility of foreseeing if
    • see that the quotation, which is the Leitmotiv of this
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture III: The Origin of Suffering
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    • deeply into people's lives, and is seen as one of its
    • would no doubt prefer to see eliminated, while seeing in the
    • been seen as connected, suffering as being a consequence of
    • sin. In the uniquely tragic personality of Job, we see a
    • one of whom sees an event or a human being as tragic, the
    • other who sees the situation in caricature. It is no mere
    • inner life is basic to caricature. No one can fail to see
    • only sees spirit where it appears as a kind of crown on
    • physical roots. The materialistic view sees, as it were, the
    • he too sees it emerging from the physical.
    • human being we see emerging within his physical, ether and
    • spiritual investigator sees the human being as a fourfold
    • existence. However, the spiritual investigator also sees
    • seen the other way round. What to physical appearance seems
    • consciousness, is seen by the spiritual investigator as the
    • primordial creative element. The conscious spirit is seen as
    • Thus, we see
    • whole universe, we see material entities arise and solidify;
    • matter, has become solidified. Thus, we see that the astral
    • life; the latter seemingly arises out of lifeless matter of
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture IV: The Origin of Evil
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    • that the one seeking entry would only use the knowledge for
    • thereby seek to discover the task, the mission of evil in the
    • long periods of time. It is essential that those who seek
    • may seem very strange, yet it is a fact more real than, say,
    • themselves for the first time; previously they had seen only
    • hearts of those who seek higher development. In order to have
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • nature. The physical, bodily aspect that we can see and touch
    • fantastic for a person who can see to describe colors to a
    • matters greatly what it sees and hears and generally absorbs.
    • the example. What the child sees, what happens around him, he
    • light that the child had simply imitated what he had seen his
    • that the examples the child sees and imitates are of a kind
    • have yellow, reddish colors. This may seem like a
    • Thus, you see
    • far better. Every child will see such a homemade doll as a
    • than a baby still in the womb can hear or see. Each life
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture V: Illness and Death
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    • Modern people are unable to see how sin, which belongs to the
    • do we see any connection with illness.
    • necessary in order to see things in the right
    • new space. But as you can see, he provides nothing of
    • seeking and recognizing its origin; and life by recognizing
    • fully recognized, we see the various forces and substances in
    • spiritual science wishes to bring to humanity. Many will see
    • will be increasingly discovered the more it is seen to
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VII: Education and Spiritual Science
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    • We see a
    • chaotic. We see an echo of this consciousness when young
    • naturally must have — seem to the child like a
    • external aspects are described. But a seed contains not only
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • instance see as the “above”, and laughter and
    • life with different eyes. To him a flower is seen as the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture IX: Wisdom and Health
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    • the proof will be seen when it is assimilated, then applied
    • moon in silent majesty, a person will see all these phenomena
    • ourselves placed in life, there we must seek it; then
    • phenomenon. Actually, the fact that it was seen by many
    • a rare event; so the fact that the strange light was seen by
    • archetypal plant. It must be seen so vividly and so exactly
    • of imaginative knowledge is easiest to see in an incident
    • clairvoyant sees the spiritual in every plant whose very form
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • This we must keep in mind and see as background to today's
    • seen with physical sight; it is like a center of energy that
    • first half of a person's life. In order to see how his fate
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • difficult to see the need of all these alchemical inventions,
    • as senseless to seek that path as it would be to first walk
    • seen, initiation is based upon awakening in human beings
    • learn the description of what today may seem a far distant
    • to enter spiritual realms. A person who is inclined to see
    • seen with physical sight or heard with physical ears. One
    • even seen, is spoken of as if it were a material reality.
    • are not dependent on what is seen or heard physically. A
    • the pupil's thinking. For those who seek a still stricter
    • characteristic contortion of his features, you see beyond the
    • organs, which bear the seeds through which the plant
    • that must penetrate the plant to enable the seeds to mature
    • productive power can be seen when human beings create
    • is thus seen as symbol of the spirit, one is on the way to attain
    • plant will finally produce seeds from which new plants
    • coal we see carbon that was once inhaled by the plants. Thus,
    • would not see the light; the world would remain dark for us,
    • see. If light did not exist we would not have eyes. The light
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XII: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • viewpoint. No seeker after Truth of the nineteenth century
    • science is properly understood, it will be seen that, far
    • great dramas, seen by those who had been admitted to the
    • became self-seeking, egoistical. Wagner looked back as it
    • to function as a totality. As we see them today, drama,
    • materialist observes his fellowmen, he sees them as physical
    • crossing of oceans and reaching foreign shores was seen as a
    • what can be physically seen and heard. Whatever deeper
    • understood when seen in connection with his concept of
    • mist. The sun was not seen as we see it, but surrounded by
    • We see the Ring
    • union with a higher aspect of the being that is seen as
    • example, in ancient Egypt we see Isis, and as always the
    • seen, man can rise above the sensual, either by leaving it
    • Lohengrin? He can be understood only when seen an the
    • link him with a particular name. The ideal was seen in the
    • humanity. We see a reflection of this in the legend of
    • nature. This can be seen especially in the case of the Easter
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XIII: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • Here we see the
    • seed of all the doubts aroused by disparities in the Gospels
    • seeks to unravel its deep truths. The main concern is that
    • comparable to the seeds of new plants that slumber within the
    • seed that has already become a plant. If we never forget that
    • When we see in
    • is followed through, the higher stages are seen to continue
    • spiritual scientist sees the evolution of soul and spirit as
    • just as real. The difference he sees is just as great between
    • that says: I look up to a godlike ideal of man, the seed of
    • the spiritual world. A blind person will see the world full
    • whose spiritual eyes are opened sees around him a new world.
    • What a person sees was actually always about him, but he sees
    • it in a new way. He sees the way he must be able to see if he
    • kingdom we see the physically imperfect side by side with the
    • physically more perfect; in the human kingdom we see all
    • consciousness can be seen in today's consciousness in dreams.
    • the world the way humanity in general sees it today. That is
    • foresee humanity's future evolution. However, human
    • structure of the spiritual biography we can always see a
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  • Title: An Impulse for the Future
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    • and what is left of life, it seems an urgent duty to rescue what is
    • indications for later activity in our souls, seeds for the future
    • who could accept these seeds of the future, surely there were some
    • to this seeking and asking. He mastered today's exact science; he can
    • engulf us when we see how little we were able to take advantage of
    • by waiting to see what echo resulted.
    • I would like to give a simple example from which you can see that the
    • From this simple example: “I say nothing”, you can see
    • occult laws what is a very small circle at first is formed which sees
    • says: Here I am. Rather think of it as nothing more than a seed
    • applicable. You will see though, if something like this should come
    • will see that it is impossible for
    • can a connection be seen with what already exists, that this branch
    • evasiveness, her hide-and-seek games and behind-the-scenes acting.
    • seeking new ways, which by experiencing the sharps and flats, over
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    • age must seek his super-sensible knowledge in a different way. He cannot
    • discovered the world of spirit immersed In knowledge. But he longed to see
    • Western man discovers life in his reality of Nature, so that he shall see
    • the spirit. When the adaptation to Nature began, man did not at once see
    • own inner nature in order to seek for the spirit. There the spirit was still
    • The man of the East feels “I” and sees “World”; the I
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    • through our life in the external world. At first, it seems
    • viewed the world, quite physically. The Greek did not see the
    • colour blue, as we see it now. He only saw the reddish tones of
    • which we see it, with our normal consciousness. Even the eyes
    • KNEW it. This contrast can already be seen to-day, in the
    • see an instinct or a passion and nothing spiritual behind
    • in comparison with the spirituality of the past. You see, an
    • the final product was the belief in ghosts, in seeing
    • on the one hand we see how the belief in ghosts arose out of an
    • ancient spirituality; but at the same time, we see that in the
    • things and look like something which the eyes can see, so a
    • when he looks into himself; he only sees something spectral,
    • namely the instincts, passions, etc, such as we see them
    • the earth. How can it be otherwise, seeing that not only
    • longer see these inner spectres. Pacing man's real inner
    • are nothing but spectres, even as ghosts are seen outwardly,
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    • two parts. We can grasp this best of all by seeking an answer
    • (See Rudolf Steiner's book.
    • grows upon the earth is Christ. He lives in every seed, in
    • earth, a distant spiritual being might see that more and more
    • man hath at any time seen God with eyes. The only begotten Son who
    • by a personality. The seer saw twelve individualities. They
  • Title: Year's Course as a Symbol for the Great Cosmic Year
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    • depths of life. We have already seen that things which in the
    • lifeless object we can see a soul-element, a spiritual
    • man's muscles and the blood; we can only see the earth's
    • at this time of the year something else takes place. You see,
    • consciousness of the plants. You see, plants cannot have great
    • really see the world in its true light if we perceive the
    • into the consciousness of the plants, he can see and dream of
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture I
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    • and from there over again into the waking state, we see that on one
    • does it mean: man sees the surrounding world? If, for once, we look
    • comes about from seeing the surrounding. Yet it is not so. We do have,
    • when we are seeing, the physical eye, (diagram, bright) but everything
    • seeing, are the processes in the ego and in the astral organism.
    • immediately, if you observe your seeing not superficially, but in a
    • seeing somewhere a red color, distinguish yourself, in regard to your
    • that this red is the only thing you see. You see a large surface. You
    • to look at, where we are seeing, are processes in the ego and the astral
    • organism. With the eye, there comes into consideration (just see for
    • human organism, one might find water, as it runs in a brook (see diagram,
    • into the remaining organism. In seeing, we have to deal altogether with
    • for the act of seeing, continuously occurs in the human organism. Continuously
    • complicated. The head-organization of man is, at first so (see diagram
    • we see that all plastic formative forces start from the head. Man receives
    • enters the head, as it happens in seeing, it is right away received
    • so: everything we see, wants to make us into a statue in a certain fine
    • the way of the senses, than when you see a red plane, but it also is
    • There it reinforces itself somewhat during the state of sleep. (See
    • You see, this is a very
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    • world gradually have been lost (see drawing 1, red) but here they will
    • intestines and heart and then you see, all that would be taken up by
    • effected in us through the food. (see diagram 1, yellow)
    • upward (see diagram 2a, yellow — red)
    • the liver-system would not be there. (see diagram 1)
    • You see how one can look
    • that one can see by the degeneration of the organs how the members of
    • warmth from outside (see diagram 3, yellow, red). All tumors are in
    • You see, the speech genius is really wiser in this respect than science.
    • see how these things have to fit together. There is something out of
    • for the whole of evolution, it seems — then we come to a time
    • You see, around the turn
    • Heinrich”, where we see that healings of a moral nature are still
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture III
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    • For the person who can see
    • be instructive to look back and see how — mainly in human affairs
    • one can see much by it. Namely, during that Light, or illuminated age,
    • picture of the human ether body. One did not only see the physical human
    • skin seemed to become somewhat dry. He even sensed something like his
    • for a long time and we still see, when we go back to the older Greek
    • a certain way the physical human organism still continued to be seen
    • only still tried to see if this or that substance in these or other
    • plants might give help. Yes, you see that is what was once meant, and
    • and regarded this as man. Now one does not see anything of this light
    • of “seeing” in the outer world, to behold again a light,
    • see, it kindles! It has kindled only a little! But it does kindle, my
    • you see at the fingernails, that they grow outwards and always grow
    • years seriously you will see: if that which will come as renewed substance
    • one must learn to see things in living movement. That is what confronts
    • us. One must see most of all what one always has seen in fixed limits.
    • quite grievous for me to see the children use any kind of finished triangle,
    • is the basis of all that keeps men away from seeing rightfully how a
    • plant grows out of the earth (diagram 6) it develops the seed bud —
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • can only make a beginning. As we proceed we will see how
    • guidance, wisdom-filled cosmic guidance, we see that this
    • Enlightenment. For his antinomian chart see his book
    • you look at the figures that are underlined, you will see that
    • orb, if it does not happen to be full moon, he sees only part
    • first sight this seems a very unpretentious story. But in the
    • question is being tackled, as we shall see.
    • angle if we want to get at an answer. You see, if we set about
    • won't he? He will say “The human being you see and feel
    • happened to them. Others go even further and see things
    • seems somewhat paradoxical. I have pointed out that in the
    • very often, the case. So let us examine it. If we see a party
    • course just as well see the party being hit by boulders as see,
    • to them. He or she could very well see the party having a very
    • This could happen if the clairvoyant were not to see what was
    • well have seen — but had seen what was happening as a
    • spiritual world. In short, the clairvoyant person may have seen
    • spiritual plane it may happen that when you have seen a being
    • Thus we see that two worlds interpenetrate; one of them can be
    • These shocking events seem to Haeckel to prove his dogma that
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • Ahriman and Lucifer could also be seen in events of the world,
    • composition of this story that we see people's feeling
    • for Ahriman and Lucifer, we also see it in another aspect,
    • namely in the form of the clock itself. We see that the
    • in which he could see himself all the time.
    • and Lucifer are active. Thus in the clock itself we see a
    • have also seen an even smarter thing the clockmaker arranged.
    • there to be seen, and they were important guides for life. They
    • see this from the fact that the folk tale goes on to relate
    • imaginations a person might see, for that sparrow was not mere
    • of moral uncertainty might observe the clock and see Death
    • Here you see the beginning of a train of thought that can go
    • such good effects. People do not believe it when they see
    • things like that. He has seen something quite different
    • happening in many cases. He has seen people looking at
    • needs to look at oneself a little to see that people have the
    • you see that about such things that have to be judged
    • [Right from the Prologue] we see that Herr von Goethe is a very
    • seen is sufficient proof that the author, as far as the
    • probable it seems to me that there must have been a wager to
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture III: Three Teachers with Different Attitudes
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    • you will achieve excellent results with your class. I see with
    • self-knowledge guide their future steps.” You see, a
    • have seen the mistakes you made and the things you did well,
    • “Well,” said the headmaster, “you seem to be
    • class?” To this the teacher replied, “I will see
    • I have seen what my pupils' capacities are like. I will try to
    • prepared him to see, namely that the first two teachers were
    • seems to me that the first two should adapt to the
    • they could not see how anyone could possibly foresee what
    • teacher never told me anything except ‘I must first see what
    • way foresee that all will be well. And,” said the new
    • make proper plans.” “You can foresee that
    • “Yes, but you cannot foresee anything with certainty, and
    • create and then they see that their creation was good. They do
    • not see that the light would be good? Those gods do not even
    • did not have to wait till later to see that it was good.”
    • them that for sure.” But that was a foreseeing of facts,
    • not a foreseeing of the course of the forces of movement. We
    • science has to look at what has just happened to see what will
    • cart, an example I have often taken. We see a horse with a cart
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture IV: The Roman World and the Teutonic Tribes
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    • see such significant world events as those of the present, we
    • appearance. All the various events we have seen taking place in
    • flying through space we can readily see that processes subject
    • out, we cannot see the further development of our soul in as
    • consciousness. Then the consciousness will see the whole
    • picture and will not be dulled the next time. You see what is
    • in mind that if the eye is to see an object, it cannot see
    • up a mirror to see itself, it cannot see the object. The moment
    • your eye so that it cannot see the object.
    • vision. Such persons see specters merely because the cornea has
    • an irregular curve. They see specters because they are actually
    • just as though we had astigmatism and did not see the actual
    • fact but distorted it. Yet a person must see the real facts
    • of past facts in which he was involved cannot see them in their
    • at the proper time. We would see the whole world wrongly. If
    • would not eliminate themselves in the process of seeing. We
    • would see something entirely different from what we
    • actually see when we develop normally.
    • can follow up the education of a person such as he, and can see
    • see him as a genius. We certainly can. By doing this we remain
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • a fact that the I cannot be seen in the same way as the
    • seeing our physical body. Thus we see our own I as
    • at first be discovered through physical observation. We can see
    • today when we simply see the physical eyes. When they looked at
    • etheric. They had a way of seeing uprightness or falsehood in
    • that if we observe one seed, we see it
    • shining differently from other grains of seed.
    • investigate, possibly with a microscope, what plant a seed came
    • the light aura surrounding the seed. And in the case of
    • Just as human beings have lost the ability to see these auras,
    • beings have come to the point where they see the outer world
    • devoid of all its aura and see themselves inwardly with no
    • green and the vault of heaven to be blue. He sees nature in
    • only dream it into people!” People who then see only the
    • outer reality will say to the others who still see colors in
    • future will not believe that the capacity to see colors in the
    • can see with half an eye that a large part of humanity is
    • is bound up with what we see around us. People will begin to be
    • not be able to rediscover the aura that used to be seen, but if
    • If you see his copy of Schopenhauer,
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    • these things in their seeing, speaking and thinking. The
    • melancholy expression seen in our youngest children, in their
    • aims of Eurhythmy, not just superficially seeking sensation,
    • but with one's whole soul. You will soon see why this is
    • people? You see, what we try to do with the left hand when we
    • formative conceptions with the word. You see, such image
    • consider the matter further you will see that in the
    • conceptions. You see when one cultivates such a style today
    • the manuscript I write “when one sees something from
    • accustomed to utter the nonsense “When one sees
    • terms one has to say “to see something from out of a
    • when one speaks of seeing a thing from a standpoint—for
    • one sees something from a point on which he stands; a little
    • You see, such
    • longer see as in the child, how whatever is in him is acting
    • chiefly through the sheaths, instead you see in the old man,
    • nothing—are said of the seeing with two eyes. If we did
    • You see,
    • seems a mere abstraction. But it is no abstraction. Such a
  • Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture II: The Inner Experience of Language
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    • you see it is urgently necessary that understanding should be
    • seems to be inevitable. One would willingly give them a
    • cultivates imagination. Each one of us must seek his own
    • developed which men can see as their ideal economic life. But
    • You see one
    • You will see
    • see, language is apparently something homogeneous. You regard
    • this way. There you see the individually creative playing
    • often said that when one sees through these things a facile
    • experiencing with the whole world. What seems a great thing
    • consciousness. You see, these ideals naturally appear to be
    • seems to us today so material, this dumb economic life, as a
    • into life on earth. It is indeed pitiful to see how few
    • of these things, and actually also see to the utmost extent
    • present day, and what, as can again be seen from today's
    • [See: The Social Question (NSL 101)]
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • thoughts of Walther Rathenau, (see Z-269) I have recently shown that
    • very one-sidedly. But it comes from a man — and this can be seen
    • beckons to the white races which seems to me an absolute certainty unless
    • seems to me an absolute certainty unless a period of the supremacy of great
    • You see today even for a
    • notion of, that is, a particular faculty of seeing into the nature of
    • those speeches only two utterances, and what supported them, seemed to
    • affair will meet you in its true meaning. For you see when we start
    • with it which can be acquired in the spiritual world, we see, on the one
    • just because he has had a good training in philosophy. This is seen on
    • the one hand. On the other hand one sees the following — sees
    • of thought processes in which he reunites what he has seen as separate
    • and that the animal does not see things separately as we do. Where we
    • does have, strange as it may seem. It is true every animal has only
    • Thus you see, my dear friends,
    • towards the belief that animals really see their environment in the same
    • believes that the dog is seeing the world in the same way as he does
    • himself, that the dog is seeing the grass, the wheat, the stone in the
    • He sees the horse's shadow but the horse has a vivid sense of being in
    • process. You see, you have here the collision between the old way of
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    • with some particular spiritual stream. For you have seen that it is
    • man-made endeavours towards producing a human being who sees a spiritual
    • world ground him just as rhynical men with his physical senses, sees
    • as we shall soon see—an outwardly well-reputed Church Father,
    • when the soul sees itself bereft of its former enjoyments and palpable
    • seen that in this state, God is the principal agent.
    • seeing only darkly through belief, whereas with perception of the soul
    • about what is dead, must come to see that scientific observations make
    • 2. See a XLVII, Leettlres
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • of yesterday you will have seen how easily the whole course of human
    • as of the present social striving of mankind. (see Z-7.) Today we will
    • he sees what impulses are necessary for the modern social structure
    • today, in earthly existence between birth and death, he sees but the
    • foresee—will be shattering to mankind, are the expression of how
    • is observed according to the way of Spiritual Science. You see, on one
    • reality, you see that when looking at, observing the outer world as
    • is his right setting on earth? Strange as it may seem we find him placed
    • whole world would seem to us ghostly. We should have a ghostly world
    • not to have this feeling, should you only see, the world would appear
    • not enter consciousness at all. You can see the passage of the book,
    • see we have to be clear that holes can also be perceived. Man knows
    • the hole in consciousness, and he sees just as if there were a white
    • surface before him with black holes where really nothing is to be seen.
    • for this would have seemed to him very fantastic; he wanted to pursue
    • kingdom, in the plant kingdom I really see only the outer side, and
    • when confronted by the animal and human kingdoms I actually see only
    • For you see, in the mineral and plant kingdoms in reality there exist
    • in the course of my development between death and a new birth, it seemed—I
    • came into a sphere where it seemed—as if certain beings had flown
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    • settle in the right way in his inmost soul when he seeks to understand
    • is still right, what actually happens when a man seeks to enter the
    • in those who meditate. They do not seek to let their sound human intelligence
    • Now if we seek to understand
    • You see, for our present
    • shines on a stone and is reflected back so that we can see the stone,
    • gained actual knowledge of the spiritual world will see this. Only in
    • fact rightly grasped only when seen in the light flowing from this knowledge.
    • as to this falling asleep. For we certainly see the other man with our
    • but there is love in our punishment. The moment we see the divine spiritual
    • light up in human beings, when we see it is necessary we shall punish,
    • of character, cannot be seen and do not exist materially. But because
    • I should like to mention. You see, the fact that the European, although
    • out of the spiritual world. (see Atlantis and Lemuria) When
    • say when it comes to the external conditions of life. You see, those
    • to you about the reasons for the antagonism seen here and there last
    • society against what is seen here as Spiritual Science, sometimes is
    • of soul. It is possible for him to foresee all manner of danger and
    • in a divided mood of soul. You see, in common parlance, when it is not
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • (see The Spiritual Guidance of Mankind)
    • of nature, the heathen seeks to grasp as it were with his soul what
    • is living in this nature as divine and spiritual. We see this in those
    • In the lofty Culture of Greece we see how man tried in pure thought
    • to grasp the divine spiritual. But everywhere we see man as a heathen
    • the Greeks we see that the Gods cannot be said to have had much moral
    • of time which might be called zero, to see right into what was actually
    • mankind's fate could look to the hill of Golgotha and see the external
    • Mass, in its way great and powerful, it is true, and you will see what
    • the path of those seeking initiation in the Ancient pagan mysteries.
    • see that the secret of Christianity in its diffusion over the civilised
    • be described as seeking a personal relation to Christ Jesus in contrast
    • Thus we see the germ of
    • only by remembering this do we see how the inner evolution, the inner
    • fall from her arms . . . (see George Adams translation: A. Q.)
    • forth from his intimate inmost being because Goethe is so honestly seeking
    • inner side of what happens, if we see that at the same point as Plato
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • these facts, particularly when you have so constantly seen her here,
    • And this can be seen particularly
    • fact, we see appearing in a further step forward of Europe's evolution,
    • see all this streaming forth from the whole of Central Europe. How little
    • Europe. (see Z 269.) If everything is fulfilled, even if only part is
    • foresees what simply must be made clear also where the forming of human
    • must touch us in the very depths of our soul. For, you see, we may look
    • is great, much of what is grandiose confronting us in Goethe, we see
    • week you will see presented here the last scenes before the appearance
    • itself. (see R LV.)
    • And so we see three men
    • the passage over from the human to the superhuman. Thus we see Goethe
    • a way Goethe seeks his own straight forward path which holding to Shakespeare's
    • finds in them the thread to which to hold when seeking that way. There
    • within men is my being, from this human being I seek to press on to
    • book on Goethe already mentioned. (see Goethe's Standard of the
    • is seen, so that men may be given the force for a deeper knowledge of
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    • they don't possess solid physical bodies which may be seen by
    • their clairvoyant awareness and can also see these beings. They
    • established. When you see a person today, you may well
    • again. Yes, it can go further: you could see a single being,
    • and death we can definitely see the essential astral body
    • soul body. Then you can see how a human being, who lives with
    • images and forms taken up by the astral body can be seen
    • especially if the person is irascible, then we see tuberous
    • can easily be seen. When a person is talkative, tend to gossip,
    • slackness, it seems as if these astral bodies in a certain way
    • physical awareness only sees the massive swarms. The
    • clairvoyant consciousness however, sees the group soul, the
    • time within them, part of them. From this you can see how the
    • dragon. When the clairvoyant looks on the living form he sees
    • example we see how something of it arises in their art, from a
    • we can't see on the astral plane — here we find the animal
    • group soul. Here we also find every double-being, as we see in
    • there as long as we can see, hear and taste it and when we
    • have gone through something else, namely that you don't see the
    • physical world when you see the astral world.
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    • we see from the Prologue a tendency which doesn't exist at
    • knowledge, against the drive for external knowledge. One sees
    • ideas which one usually seeks to interpret “Faust”;
    • One is not allowed to see the traditional interpretation which
    • brought a conclusion to his striving. One only sees him once as
    • keeps pace with our constitution. We seek in us, through a
    • In a wonderful, clear way they come to meet us. We then see how
    • that we see: from it flows whatever he has brought up from the
    • possible revelation in the sign of the macrocosm. We see Goethe
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    • will see how important it is for the “I” to
    • incorporated into a physical body. Seen from outside in a
    • can see how we rose from this background. However, everything
    • where-and-when, then the clairvoyant will see our aura
    • environment, others can actually see how our aura enlarges all
    • the mere common, then clairvoyant consciousness is able to see
    • clairvoyant will see not only an expanding aura but the aura
    • remedy hardly seems applicable, not at all similar, yet still
    • least see the beginnings of transformation in our own nature.
    • karma. We see through this, how karma always attaches something
    • should become more profound, seek God within, will hardly
    • to see into supersensible events. First of all if we aren't
    • you will really see the results. This no other person can prove
    • earth is again a member of the cosmos. This we can only see
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • of seeing it, may become acquainted with it. The very way in which this
    • you bear this in mind, you will see, that this is connected with the
    • actually brought this state of things about? You see, in everything
    • in the future. In a sense you see before you, in a picture, all that
    • of it, when you see the Goetheanum on its hill, at Dornach.
    • of the different effects produced by the contours of the building, seen
    • 1. would then see a Building
    • Seen from another side the Building presents this aspect.
    • A more distant view seen
    • the substructure and that, as we shall see, the staircase by which we
    • forms here. And if a man seeks for such in nature, it only shows that
    • the same, a little nearer. Below we see the entrance; facing us are
    • which you can distinctly see here to the South. The motives of the windows
    • are apparently quite different. But in studying them you will see that
    • and left of the Principal Entrance you can see that the attempt has
    • In every line and surface you can see that they all proceed from the
    • to see how one surface, one form, proceeds out of the other in such
    • go in at the principal entrance of the substructure, you will see the
    • one wing, you can see the motive of the principal entrance in metamorphosis.
    • precisely the same as that you have just seen over the windows and the
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    • round and then towards the West side, we see this picture. We have before
    • to the left and the right. As we go a step further we see here the capital
    • of the organism. You can see that everything that is included within
    • the organ left (photographed as you see from the model) which will show
    • you see the first pillar and I want to call your special attention to
    • its own law from the form which precedes it. You see here how the second
    • can be seen. This inner law whose workings can be seen has been expressed
    • here in the sequence of the form. (4) We will now see the second pillar
    • together with their particular architraves. You see how in the first
    • of the form that has gone before. Whenever you see a curve or a turn
    • element. Now we shall see the third pillar by itself. (5A)
    • Now then, we will see
    • see as we continue that things become more and more complicated. That
    • the simple forms to the more complicated. You see here that the fourth
    • We will now see the fourth
    • be seen in their relation to all the rest. That is the essential thing
    • one — together with their own architraves. Here we see how the
    • You will see if you once
    • We will now see this with
    • notice how that which you see there at the edge grows to meet what is
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    • to the wider public who has not first seen them here. The attempt has
    • we see that this fundamental principle to draw forth all that is pictorial
    • we see the growing man in embryo in the little child, so can we see
    • as such. To see blue means to feel an intense desire, longing, to go
    • pitiful to see how those who are possessed of artistic feeling truly
    • cannot be helped, and it is to be hoped that those who see these lantern
    • different language”, and then we shall be led to see the Building
    • the large and small domes. You see this flying child, which in its composition
    • on the next picture. You see here as it were a figure of Faust. Here
    • produces in the seeking man. You see it brought to expression especially
    • in the eye, in the countenance, in the attitude of the hand, you see
    • who in the fifth our post-Atlantean age actually seeks, which is the
    • seeking few men as yet are conscious. Since the 15th century we have
    • he who to-day is not himself dead as regards his seeking, finds in the
    • seeking of these principles an incentive to what makes man free but
    • Hero you see the seeking man, who to-day is under the impress, under
    • Trinity is to be understood: Death, the Seeking Man and the young Child
    • Here you see above a kind
    • civilisation comes into this figure. Thus you see the actual human history
    • if one sees any painting, one always has the image in one's mind. This
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture I: The Problem of Faust
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    • We have seen
    • will see that not only this sixteenth century Faust but also
    • actually only see the ruins of a culture, a spiritual culture
    • indeed of many centuries to come. Hence we see Goethe's Faust
    • moral conception of the world. And we shall also shortly see
    • the epoch following the Greco-Roman. We shall see what it
    • be seen in Faust in the scene preceding the one produced
    • today. Here we see clearly that Faust both is and feels
    • understood. We see how Faust accompanied by his famulus,
    • is affected by the Easter mood. We see at once, however, that
    • Our joyful day should see you here.
    • Merit the fame that seeks them thus unbidden.
    • Faust's sell-knowledge. This is how ho sees himself, he of
    • the other, who sees nothing but the external, material life,
    • not need much reflection to see what has taken place in
    • see the spirit living and weaving in all things. Then from
    • The way the two see the poodle — an ordinary poodle
    • — the way Faust sees and the way Wagner sees it,
    • “Dost thou see yon black dog ranging through
    • And see! unless mine eyes deceive me queerly,
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • playing again tomorrow, because it seems to me important to
    • appear very unnatural to see him now, two days after,
    • calamity, Faust is to be seen full of vigour walking with
    • connections, can see that there is nothing dilettante about
    • knowledge. To speak rather trivially, you can see that there
    • same time — to illustrate how it can be seen from
    • been taken there by a friend, and it seemed to him very
    • lodge, from which you can watch what is going on unseen. The
    • me? — he was beginning, you see, to be frightened! So
    • [See lecture
    • as it seems we now have entered.
    • imagine that when outside he is unable to see another man; he
    • can only see, however, what is fluid in him. He can perceive
    • As it seems, we now are entered.
    • admit that it has distressed me a good deal to see how
    • world that is seen to be fluctuating, in movement, as it
    • ordinary onlooker would not see Mammon all aglow in the
    • spiritual beings that we are shown, in the Goethe lets us see
    • See the wounds she hath made me!
    • Then we see
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • varied experience, Goethe foreshadowed much that like a seed
    • spirits of men were seeking with infinite enthusiasm for
    • you can see by all that is said the
    • as Mephistopheles says. we see, too, how a
    • cannot escape area he sees nothing of what goes on around
    • become what we now see? Is it possible that in him Goethe was
    • however, are not always seen in the right light.
    • don't go home quite absolute.” We see the connection
    • see a genuine ahrimanic activity developing in the creation
    • seen, he lived in another state of consciousness. He had to
    • clairvoyant, for he is able to see Faust's dream. he
    • Thus we see
    • interpret it. We see how Goethe works round to the ordinary
    • we see how Goethe tries to form the
    • sees.
    • Homunculus sees what is visible neither to Wagner not to
    • Naught see I —”
    • Thus Homunculus, having seen that
    • looks about him in the gloom and sees all that is there:
    • throughout this scent we see Goethe's wonderful feeling for
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    • anthroposophical circles, are seeking knowledge of the
    • Mothers; and the following particular scene in Plutarch seems
    • you may see that in the time of which Plutarch writes this
    • (see diagram). According to Plutarch in the centre of this
    • triangle that is the w0rld, the field of truth is found (see
    • You see how
    • Earth (see diagram); here you have a shaft connected with the
    • we picture this diagrammatically (see diagram) and assume
    • himself obliged to seek out — to enter right into these
    • which you can see how the great poet Goethe did not simply
    • “Do you now see what one
    • Mothers scene. And by all this you can see from what a what
    • have assembled a for a kind of drama. What makes them see it?
    • But you have seen enough to know that in what Goethe wishes
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture V: Faust and the Problem of Evil
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    • representative of Evil? From this very fact you can see that
    • also see that Goethe did not set Faust over against
    • Faust sees the picture in the magic looking-glass. Faust, as
    • he sees it, only speaks of the woman's beauty, but the words
    • would be interesting, for once, to see these three put
    • slight extent transfixed. He sees a picture. One who is
    • science can well estimate this picture which Faust sees in
    • chapter on this very subject. That which Faust sees in the
    • life of ideas. if Faust had merely seen the picture as he saw
    • enhancement, and you will see how Goethe emphasises the
    • eve cannot see itself but only other things, so too
    • Mephistopheles, who is the very. Impulse of Evil. cannot see
    • and learn to know. Mephistopheles cannot see Helena; at least
    • he cannot see her with full consciousness, with full
    • Helena-problem is very complicated, as you can see when you
    • Plays: Ahriman-Mephistopheles must be recognised; we must see
    • “I'll praise thee, ere we separate; I see
    • fantasy, but to immediate reality. It is wonderful to see how
    • the human beings do not see through what lives as spectral
    • within Faust's soul towards another Helena. Homunculus sees
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • Birth and Death of Christ we see most pregnantly this
    • till a plague arose. At length it was the seer Tiresias who
    • way; in the Greek Hero-legends we always see how there is
    • is, that the human being has Free Will. The two things seem
    • You see,
    • you can tell from the whole context; the seeking of social
    • strong against resistance. This, one can readily see.
    • in that direction let us turn. This, at the least, seems to
    • You see from
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • Goethe must have seen certain things in the spiritual world
    • do, we see his intense longing to gain something quite
    • development aright, we may see his struggle for
    • and course of your spiritual life. And I have seen that you
    • — out of his subconscious he sees and feels the
    • that has to be grasped by a different consciousness, we see
    • is quite unlike the world we see today during our waking hours
    • clearly Goethe must have foreseen the knowledge of Spiritual
    • world. Goethe seems to say — if once more I may be
    • You see, when
    • earlier cosmic evolution, and as one sees it in another
    • in aught I yet have seen. ...
    • coming performance you will see what pleasant, beautiful
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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    • flow of your ideas, one idea calls up see another, how you
    • shall immediately see the profound difference if we are clear
    • this were continued into waking life. You see, it is the
    • sees around him is what has become. Anaxagoras enters into
    • of the earth. In Anaxagoras, Goethe sees the representative
    • You see, my
    • Goethe's foreseeing knowledge penetrated deeply in the truths
    • attitude with its foreseeing perception of the truths of
    • no concepts, with which he could see into the would whence
    • You see, my
    • known. You can see from this, my dear friends, what mischief
    • You see, what
    • the course of evolution, you will see that a retrograde
    • in abstract concepts, men seek a world-outlook inclining more
    • to matter or more to spirit. Hence he was drawn to seek his
    • world-outlooks play into one another. Goethe seeks to
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • able to see how Goethe's creative work is steeped through by
    • for ordinary human life, may perhaps seem — but only
    • seem — to be more remote than what is represented in the
    • managed to procure the apparatus to see, through his own
    • broken up into seven colors, he would assuredly see them.
    • nature — never to seek for theories or hypotheses.
    • this that, as we have seen in the last two days, Goethe was
    • what can be seen only in the supersensible, that is to say,
    • phenomena but theories and hypotheses — and seeking to
    • simply at nature sees her in his own soul in such a way that
    • reflected in the other; that is to say, instead of seeking to
    • whole. Then you see natural phenomena external to man
    • you observe man you see that what exists for external nature
    • You see how,
    • speaks thus of Monism to one who sees right into the
    • before one who can see into things, it seems just as though a
    • have penetration and see the reality instead of distorted
    • perception, that leads us into the halm where we have to seek
    • You see, we
    • subconscious lies beneath it (see diagram). Now how stands
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    • most deeply into Goethe's world-conception will see how,
    • Greece, we can see how, in this traditional realm of myths,
    • scene begins, we see the ‘alluring
    • pictures. And now we see that, while on the one hand, Goethe
    • Samothrace to seek the Kabiri and bring them to the festival
    • mystery. To take an example, this may be seen in what the
    • perception that what is seen spiritually in the spiritual
    • Samothracian Initiates were led. We cannot see a man in his
    • to see the human being outside his skin. And connected with
    • You see, to
    • — and we see the fusion of the lights and then refuse
    • third of reddish colour flow together into one, refuse to see
    • believing this mixed product we see before us as man in his
    • external materialism. Anyhow, we see that, in showing his
    • this Nereus? Now we can see this by the way the old sea-God
    • question is here, is to see how things are connected in the
    • Now, you see,
    • in Spiritual Science, and you will see how it rises
    • realise, my dear friends, that the spirit cannot be seen in
    • decrepit body can be seen but not the spirit growing young
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • seeks knowledge for his Faust, that is, knowledge of man,
    • present latent in mankind. But Goethe sees clearly that
    • easily see what lay beneath this idea of his. — Goethe
    • the pedant, who sees nothing more in such myths than poetic
    • peoples have seen the impulse in the soul that brings about
    • forms, then my soul frees itself from the body, and I see
    • And we see
    • that the deeper mystery that Goethe would also have us see,
    • of spirit and soul, a counterpart only to be seen outside the
    • is brought into connection with what can be seen here,
    • serious seeker, but, at the same time, something which, my
    • a mystery as that of the Kabiri. Those who seek knowledge
    • Mystery. Yes, my dear friends, the honest seeker after
    • knowledge never knows as much as the seeker who is less
    • the divine into the demonic, thus foreseeing the future, so
    • You see, my
    • dear friends, the modern man of research sees everything
    • living. We see the moon rise and set, we see the sun rise and
    • it radiates; we see the clouds moving, look upon their
    • this idea, seen from outside the physical body, is planted
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • of use. You see, there are two fundamental feelings at the
    • striving towards a goal; he cannot see it though knowing in
    • seems to seize from from behind, and to stop him going
    • will be seen if, to begin with, in this intellectual age, the
    • and you will see how he follows
    • Darwinian says: We already see in the human kindliness, and
    • not see the possibilities of evolution in rhythm. To look
    • clearly seen when Mephistopheles appears for the last time
    • high pitch as, for instance, we see in Schiller's
    • this Homunculus is. We come from the spiritual world seeking
    • from now onwards they begin to see what has always been
    • You see, my
    • the tree should go on growing, a fresh seed must be sown in
    • gain. And Goethe, foreseeing this in feeling, lived himself
    • seen mankind as it then was, hurrying on its chosen path. He
    • seen that, to man's hurt, has not been seen during the last
    • lies in true Goetheanism is what mankind must seek. This is
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    • can seem paradoxical in the present time, there arises the
    • the supersensible, we see on the other hand an insatiable
    • from the heat of a boiling hot stove? He has seen the
    • heart. Or we dream that we are walking past a fence. We see how
    • feel, but we do not see it, we don't have it in front of us
    • Just as we can look into a spatial perspective and see objects
    • don't see the bodily at that moment, we only remember it, but
    • But just as we normally see objects of space in perspective, so
    • which have worked on our body. We see ourselves outwardly. But
    • that which we see there, through which our own soul life stands
    • one was as earthly human being. And then one sees how now in
    • more than the ordinary consciousness sees. One initially sees
    • body. This one sees. And then one realises, this spiritual
    • have known people who for instance have seen a lady in the
    • it. Therefore it is as though they had not seen the lady at
    • all, for if they had seen her, they would surely also have seen
    • what colour the dress of a person was whom one had seen in the
    • see a stretch of darkness in between, but sees that this
    • man as spirit and soul, and at this moment one sees beyond the
    • which one sees in the described way like a great but concrete
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    • being something to the people even if they could no longer see
    • see and touch, is the physical plane - here is nothing
    • upper parts of Devachan, images were given which could be seen
    • you as it were images but because you see the outer world as an
    • perceptible was seen as Maya, illusion? These people could
    • “Don't seek to find an incorrect imagination of Me,
    • they can be seen as the same. The legislation of the Ten
    • does not create the soul, exactly the opposite. So we see that
    • penetrating into the soul of the time and thoroughly seeking
    • gaze should seek My gaze within you. - This is the kind of
    • six days for creation and the seventh day to seek the Divine
    • with the help of the “I.” So we see in what a
    • Love they neighbour as thyself (Gal.5,14). — See in other
    • we see how the impulse, conveyed through the world's
    • When one sees through occult research how at the exit of the
    • Mystery of Golgotha, then one sees exactly what a great
    • understand them, we see how the Divine reveals itself in an
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    • see for instance the various plants, animals and minerals
    • definite feeling of pleasure. Thus we see into the wisdom of
    • of beauty, that pulling out the first grey hairs seems quite
    • allows us to see in depth into spiritual development: through
    • consciousness, what did he see? He saw in that moment this
    • which he saw, which people could not see before? — Paul
    • see how the soul too has gradually changed its look. When we go
    • of the middle Atlantean time would for instance not have seen
    • consider how human beings developed on the earth, we see how at
    • spiritual, when solidity hadn't crystallized, we see how the
    • still see the spiritual world were able to influence nature's
    • consider humanity in its entirety then we will see accordingly
    • experiences to be penetrated, then we will see the earth as a
    • will see that this earthly body is bound to spiritual beings of
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    • materialists and theosophists alike. And yet there seems to me
    • comprehensively, and seek to express its attitude with regard
    • motive, of such a seeker; of one who assuredly would never have
    • end of the third decade of the nineteenth century, and, seeing
    • world. Things that now seem puerile created then the most
    • beyond the clouds he was now bidden to seek within his inner
    • see for himself that the case is as I am about to set forth,
    • “We see therefore,” he observed, “that in
    • [See note to Readers, below.]
    • linked one to the other. We can see through the veil shrouding
    • been done in such a manner that anyone wishing to see, can see,
    • sees how form builds itself up, as it were, from the simplest living
    • see red,” to hear the tones of the organ, to
    • as “I see red,” “I smell the scent of the
    • of natural science was seeking after a purer, higher, and freer
    • sensation expressed in the words ‘I see red,’ we have before us
    • perceptible in the sleeping man, that we must seek for that
    • — are developed; eyes which are able to see beyond the
    • seer.” in order that he may see what is spiritual
    • wisdom in the world; not seeking the mere widening of its
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    • see in the present time back into the historic past, and they
    • property. In these pictures we see the Dominicans portrayed,
    • etheric body slowly increasing in magnitude. He sees how his
    • defending ideas or theories, it seems as though it were a
    • should see once more their full intensity and depth and
    • movements as we see today. We must understand these too as to
    • history. You will have seen how what lived in one historic age
    • when a man sees a shadow, he knows the shadow points to some
    • (while he accepts Revelation as Revelation and does not seek to
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    • a leading position during this period of senseless action, seemed to
    • of these sermons and see if you can discover their fundamental trend.
    • lighting-up of consciousness. (See Fundamentals of Therapy,
    • himself if he sees only what is earthly and thinks that what is beyond
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    • attentive and deliberately trains his thinking, he sees much more than
    • a few days after death. We see it at first as a tableau — a
    • between death and a new birth, the seeds were laid for all that arises
    • between birth and death, for as we have seen, this life of
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    • seemed to you to be the direct expression of violent, elemental
    • recent years. True, someone may say that it seems to him as though he
    • see the spread of Christianity. But something else as well is to be
    • isolated seers, they realised, when they went into the hut of one of
    • Northern peoples towards the South West and to see how — in
    • But we also see what is happening in the East of this peninsula.—
    • Then we begin to see that there are connections in the life of men and
    • life of Norway can be seen even in the physical world; it can be
    • however paradoxical this may seem, it is indeed so — then you
    • something much more profound. For this reason we see many a storm of
    • of Anthroposophy. When people see how Anthroposophy is being attacked
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    • evensong. Then a shepherd came by, and seeing the boy standing
    • seemed to have so imbibed it that it had become part of himself.
    • first this school life seemed intolerable to him. He could not
    • those writings of his which often seem so arid in their substance,
    • see, people nowadays do not know how to recite inwardly. But people
    • of Fichte which otherwise seem so dry and so bare.
    • [See Rudolf Steiner:
    • see the matter settled by a reprimand. But Fichte said to himself that to
    • afterwards we see him appear at Berlin. He has now approached from
    • soul fares when it seeks not merely an image but a direct
    • not seek merely to say something but to do something
    • longer know anything. We have arrived at an epoch in which we see
    • by his brothers. We see him accordingly as a partner in the family
    • concede so much; well, seeing that they are what they are, this
    • given to disorder. As we have seen, Fichte was a rugged nature, not
    • [See Rudolf Steiner: Reprint from the Goethe
    • thinking.” Further evidence of this can be seen in the fact
    • from out of which we see Fichte's soul mount upwards to the
    • it could, seeing that it had first to emerge through the medium of
    • stood up with a very long face and announced that he did not see
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    • preparations and celebrations of the Christmas festival which we see
    • Christmas mood from what we can see in today's environment. There is a
    • discord in seeing the streets bedecked with Christmas trees and other
    • decorations in preparation for the festival, and then seeing modern
    • festival. Seeking souls have every reason to ask themselves:
    • feel much, much darkness around us, and we must often see, as we look
    • and what could still be seen in its last remnants in those remote
    • retreated into the homes as a family festival you would see there no
    • see a few decades ago small groups of actors wandering from village to
    • still be seen, as it might be even today (1910) in some remote
    • We must try to place something like this before our souls. As seekers
    • spiritual seeker can understand today what was essential in those
    • devotion. That, indeed, these people knew! And this can be seen, for
    • * See “Weihnachtspiele aus altem Volkstum; Die Oberufer
    • says, “The time has come, I see a little child”, this means
    • night because they expected to see physically, materially, that a
    • this mood is seen as a historic memory, a thing of the past. Yet, if
    • And also his hat which here you see.
    • If we can see a “Christ-festival of the progress of
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    • love. What we seek is extended out into space and can be observed in
    • It seems that in our
    • horror-stricken by the battle, for he sees there among the enemy his
    • its world-historic significance, and then be able to see how it can
    • overcome by the strong desire to see the form, the spiritual form of
    • that reveals cosmic mysteries. We shall see there is little in the
    • earthly things, seems to the Westerner quite intelligible and
    • once to see clearly the mighty gulfs that can lie between different
    • knowledge, are now once more seeking to make connection with the
    • proof that your own souls are seeking this reunion. You are seeking
    • souls will once more seek access in a new way to the spiritual
    • chieftain! This already seems symbolical. Men of ancient times had
    • immediately around them. They were seers in the spirit, seers in the
    • drops his bow, the conflict of the kinsmen seems to him a conflict
    • the old seer Kapila.” Truly Krishna says nothing less than
    • us once [and] for all see quite plainly how Arjuna stands there as
    • the three worlds, we are to see nothing but Krishna.
    • who wants to see this in the light of truth read the
    • that speaks in Krishna. It does indeed seem to us as though through
    • see them in the right light when we recognize that they set us the
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    • weak. He sees all that is to take place as a battle of brothers
    • its aim. All he sees is that blood relations are about to fight
    • souls of the ancestors. But now what must he see? Instead of altars
    • with sacrificial fires burning on them for the ancestors, he sees
    • now that he can see these forces in inward vision, there happens what
    • because every schoolboy understands it! We see how stupid this is,
    • more and more. Now you may see two alternatives here and ask, “Do
    • higher worlds. The spirit can be seen on the very surface of the
    • spiritual can be seen playing on the surface of phenomena. This is
    • We see how the first
    • see how the
    • of his planet, earth. We shall see that this is possible. We know
    • life. He sees alternating conditions. He realizes how his body, so
    • Thus we come to see the
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    • of ordinary life. These pictures seem to flit past our souls. When,
    • people who are only too ready to see something high and wonderful in
    • have been seen at all in any other age. So, for example, people today
    • dream he will seem to remember something. He can say to
    • seem to shine upward from the depths of his soul and he will say to
    • earnest about doing the exercises the effect they can have is seen
    • realize that our everyday consciousness itself seems like a dream
    • this. Instead it seeks its destiny, and feels it as a process of
    • this I must go on to meet this misfortune. I must seek it out.”
    • remains unexplained how Arjuna came to it at all. Nowhere do we see
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    • HAVE seen that if man would enter into the realm to which,
    • for the philosophers who do not seem to take part in any productive
    • This can be seen
    • times was dying away within him? He sees the Spiritual Being who is
    • plane. We discover that we are seeing something we do not see
    • in the ordinary world. Though we often imagine that we see light, in
    • reality it is not so. On the physical plane we never see light, only
    • see the effects of light but light itself speeds invisibly through
    • light strikes through the window we see a kind of streak of
    • light-rays in the room, caused by dust in the air. We see reflections
    • begin to see the light itself. There he is surrounded by flowing
    • that he perceives something only to be seen spiritually in the
    • light-air. He imagines that he sees the different incarnations of
    • various human beings. But it is not so. He does not see them
    • that higher realm we perceive it with far greater force. There we see
    • reached this height we do not see the physical world, even though we
    • still see the world of light-air, of sound, of cosmic harmony, and of
    • the battle between the good and evil beings. The world we see may be
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    • build-up and break-down processes we see why it is so dangerous to
    • shall see how, in all directions since the last third of the
    • shall we see the cause of this change in human thought? It is not
    • to experience moments when we seem to waken in sleep, and yet do not
    • can see into the spiritual worlds. A similar thing happened if a man
    • process of the human organism. In this we see clairvoyance described
    • it they could see what is now living already in us — the
    • He could then see how the self-consciousness of man was being
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    • no less profoundly expressed. Then it is said, “You see, it is
    • someone says that he sees in the
    • appeared before Arjuna. Now, if we seek a living picture of Spiritual
    • seem obvious. Yet when we consider what people generally expect of
    • see it.
    • suggested by looking to see if there is not a central point, a climax
    • strange saying that seems to sound abstract yet has deep
    • one with Brahma. In the succeeding discourses we see how our
    • approach the ninth discourse our soul seems to rise into giddy
    • many eyes I see Thee, on every side endless in Thy Form. No end, no
    • center, no beginning see I in Thee, O Lord of All! Thou, Whom I
    • behold in every form, I see Thee with diadem, with club and sword, a
    • wondrous, awesome Form. I see whole hosts of Gods approaching Thee,
    • of holy seers and Saints, chanting Thy praises with resounding songs.
    • I see Thee, and mouth like to vast-flaming eyes. My soul trembles.
    • unto me. I see within Thine awful form, like unto fire itself. I see
    • science; when in this sense we see the earth as the place where man
    • abstractly for the present, we see how a continually increasing
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    • outside him. Just as little as the eye, whose purpose it is to see
    • outwardly, can see itself, just so little can man gain knowledge of
    • the eye to see itself because it is there to see out, and it is
    • man only insofar as he is still animal. You see on what the peculiar
    • But the eye can see another eye, and for this reason, other
    • forces, when they appear to clairvoyant consciousness today, are seen
    • lives as a sleeping force and only wakens with puberty, seen in its
    • can see clairvoyantly by looking back into the Akashic record, there
    • wonderful mystery. We see how into the body of the Luke Jesus child
    • man, which we have seen hailed as Krishna, permeates the Jesus child
    • unseen, worked to bring about the unfolding of man's inner being from
    • see in this how the science of man will have to work into the occult
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    • evolution of man, which is full of wisdom though it may at first seem
    • had seen the creations of Solovieff, Hegel and Fichte, all those
    • and along with them we see a number of people today who do not value
    • consciousness and are now striving upward. Those seekers were also
    • the magnificent view, from that of a man who has never once seen the
    • understood. For such a person there would be no question of seeking
    • not in the moral sense.) A man who would truly see spiritual facts
    • condition of rajas. So you see, those whose constitution compels them
    • If we are seeking
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    • such a way that its details of color can be seen in their right
    • somewhat as follows. Imagine a primitive country man who sees the
    • stars, everything he can see. He does not think about it however. He
    • shall see the daybreak of the age of self-consciousness. Thou shalt
    • cannot pass through. One who can see reality can see in a
    • that just as in that ancient time those seeking self-consciousness had to
    • hear what Krishna told Arjuna, those seeking their soul's salvation today,
    • that it may be borne ever onward to higher perfection. See how this
    • extreme, to close their eyes and seek only their own perfection.
    • seek the understanding of the Christ Impulse that is opened up by
    • So we see how every
    • see how the different streams in evolution all flow into the one main
    • in this way do we understand what it means to seek a unity in all
    • found at the present time who are ready to seek spiritual truths. We
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    • through the elementary world, seeing the Sun at midnight, meeting with
    • clear day into space and sees the blue sky and enjoys the sight. But
    • point of being able to see the blue of the heavens as completely
    • become transparent, and he must be able to see what he wants to see
    • in the right sense with other explanations you will see the agreement,
    • other people when one is seeking to follow the path into the higher
    • worlds. Anyone who is seeking this path, or has already arrived at a
    • come down from the level where he sees in a flash what has to be done,
    • for what he sees through in a flash. This rapid comprehension of
    • Thus you see from just a few things I have mentioned that in the
    • Seeing the Sun at Midnight”; and a fourth one is “The
    • seen the Sun at Midnight”, and by “meeting with the
    • but they are of no use for seeing. On the one hand all things become
    • are, so to speak, transparent, that he sees through everything. But at
    • transparent — the eye ceases to have the power of seeing the blue
    • progressed so far that he can see through everything, but at this
    • At a certain stage of knowledge the lack of these things may not seem
    • case — you see that I am describing to-day from a different point
    • a web. You see how the whole process of the Mysteries shows the
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    • development of seer-ship. A seer has direct perception of the
    • FROM what has been said we can well see that the ascent into the
    • seer has in all earnestness come as far as we have already indicated,
    • and a new birth have to undergo very hard conditions. The seer has at
    • condemned themselves to this labour for the terrible spirits. As seer
    • measure of life is fulfilled. We have often seen how that is brought
    • birth. We see the physical world permeated by illnesses and diseases,
    • certain epidemics are preparing. So we see what appears to be untimely
    • death pass over the Earth; we see disease and pestilence. And. the
    • seer sees souls living between death and a new birth who are helping
    • responsibility. A fixed law is evident here. The seer perceives how
    • sense-world. Here we see a natural ordinance to which these souls are
    • To take another example, we can look at what the seer learns when he
    • humanity. This will be seen from the following example.
    • one follows up after death the souls who were subject to it, one sees
    • and a new birth. On the whole it is not so terrible to see the
    • punishment of the devotees of ease as it is to see the souls who are
    • conditions (we shall see later why “necessary”) and so may
    • those pertaining to anyone who is not a seer. He need only train
    • himself (and a correct schooling will see to this) not to be misled in
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    • of the Akashic Record. In the higher worlds a seer is able to discern
    • phrase, “To see the Sun at Midnight”, is fundamentally only
    • “Much, very much, you are seeing here, but the very thing you
    • sense-world; conditions are seen such as were described yesterday. But
    • if one tries to summarise all one sees, it can be characterised in
    • some such way as the following: The seer feels himself to be in the
    • the Gate of Death, and, with them, too, he gazes downward, and sees
    • existence. He looks down and sees how forces are sent out of the
    • different kingdoms of nature in the sense-world. He sees the whole
    • upon them and sees also those forces in the Cosmos, in the whole
    • come into existence. Whereas the seer can discern exactly how the
    • See the Sun at Midnight”; that is, they were not looking
    • approaches his birth into a new incarnation, and seeks nation, family
    • quite apparent to the seer, as it was to the Egyptian soul who was
    • solving of the riddle, now sees it — it is now perceived in the
    • unveiled to no-one who sees only with mortal eyes, but only to those
    • described, so that they can see with those eyes which go from
    • seems to itself as though extinguished, as if it must lose its very
    • encounters in the sense-world as the death of man — when one sees
    • In the last lecture we shall see what is on the other shore —
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    • shall see that for spiritual sight this Creative Word now goes forward
    • who were being initiated in the later Egyptian Mysteries had seen
    • Mysteries. And they had to bring into the picture what they could see
    • forces which were seen when in the third epoch souls were transported
    • the astral body which expressed themselves for the seer in pictures of
    • had not learnt to understand it thoroughly. And he still sees it
    • That is what the candidate for Initiation sees to-day. And he can say
    • Calot bobot; and all the misery and suffering which we see embodied in
    • see, expressed in a wonderfully dramatic form, all that the most
    • have not yet been able to find. If we keep this in mind, we can see
    • his inner being. He seeks in this or that field of knowledge, seeks
    • and seeks, and seeks also in life to come to terms with the diverse
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    • whole range. Only so can we see its high ideal. To believe that an
    • are also seeking for this guiding thread.
    • explain the integral evolution of man. It only sees the lower,
    • expression of etheric man, sees something very different. At the
    • beings — stones, plants, animals — and they seem to me
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    • Thus we see that the power of transmutation in Nature is represented
    • The occultist sees in the man of today a being in the full swing of
    • When Lucifer, in the form of the serpent, induces man to seek for
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    • The dream is a rudimentary function of our life — seemingly
    • describe the astral world seen in symbolic visions.
    • but he sees in two worlds.
    • perception of the outer world and it is still to be seen near the top
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    • Occultism does not disdain reality but seeks rather to understand and
    • recounts what he himself has seen, — And how ought we to listen?
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    • everything. Even in crime and in seeming absurdity there is some
    • “Before the eyes can see, they must be incapable of tears.”
    • ear of Wotan what he sees afar off.
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    • Rosicrucians began to see in dream-visions all the events recorded in
    • All that was supersensibly seen in the Ancient Mysteries becomes, in
    • Christ, “Happy are they who have not seen and yet have
    • Transfiguration before Peter, James and John. The disciples see Him
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    • fear. When he has become fearless, he sees, in dream, the scene of the
    • Scourging. In another vision he sees himself in the Christ Who is
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    • touch. If sight is opened up for them by operation they see for the
    • passions in the astral world he sees them as animal forms. These forms
    • proceed from himself, but he sees them as if they were assailing him.
    • seeing the mirror images of their emotions and desires.
    • objective self. We must begin by seeing ourselves objectively. This
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    • what he has seen and tested in the astral and spiritual worlds or what
    • awakened in him and to enable them to see likewise.
    • in the ordinary way, perceive it; we only see its accomplished work,
    • in the physical body. The eye of sense only sees what is finished, not
    • The contrary is the case when we are able to see the astral body — that
    • Seership consists in learning to see from without that which in
    • above all if he is looking at his own aura. The clairvoyant sees his
    • seer knows that the faculties which may be transmuted into organs of
    • today, this lotus-flower has ceased to turn. In the clairvoyant seer
    • balance of the faculties, optimism which enables a man always to see
    • been founded by seers. The astral world expresses itself through them
    • disciples of the Mysteries carried over into Art what they had seen in
    • and apply his forces for the unfolding of seership. Dante became a
    • seer at the age of thirty-five. It is the age when the physical forces
    • be seen in the horns traditionally represented on the head of Moses.
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    • man sees marvelous forms and hears words that are pregnant with
    • At this stage of his seership, the disciple is still at the threshold
    • In dream, man beholds his own bodily form from without. He sees his
    • body itself seems like a hollow, empty mould. It is a vision where
    • crystal, plant and animal is seen as a kind of radiation, whereas the
    • physical substance are seen to be filled with spiritual currents
    • experience the effects of a battle. We do not actually see the battle,
    • absolutely definite form which — if we could see it — is distinct
    • eye of the seer as living tableaux where objects and persons move and
    • own milieu. It is almost invariably this kind of image that is seen in
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    • something new, something never seen before. Such, for instance, is the
    • consciousness of a sculptor at the moment he conceives or sees in a
    • flash the form of a statue before his inner eye. He has never seen a
    • Self (Manas) — this warmth seems to pervade the whole universe,
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    • evolution is not to be confused with the satellite we now see in the
    • mineralised. The human eye can only see objects which contain
    • and feeling, and the growth of plants. He simply sees their physical
    • foresee an age when the whole face of the Earth — which at the
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XVI: Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Human Will
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    • temperature and then cooled; one would then see the various elements
    • sees the sun as a fixed star which had previously been a planet and
    • conscious astral vision, one would then see the activities in these
    • expression its complementary aspect; seen through an emerald it would
    • as black magic, that is, a magic founded on egoism. (See diagram)
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    • animal world has arisen from the lunar animal-man. So we see that on
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    • as Christianity. — Those who ‘have not seen’ are those
    • occupy the minds of modern theologians who only seek to discover the
    • broad lines has not been foreseen and prefigured in the devachanic
    • Apocalypse, the Seer of Patmos, who gave a picture of the future of
    • it is easy to see how much we have acquired and yet how much we have
    • repulsion seemed to be a marvelous symphony of divine will; the music
    • is concerned with the astral world where the Earth is seen in the
    • epoch will see the development of brotherhood among men, clairvoyance
    • within him what he later sees around him. All that is
    • Humanity will then divide into two races. Just as today we see rocks
    • is able to see moral goodness or moral ugliness in human beings. But
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    • remaining faithful to these writings and seeking wisdom in
    • begin to see symbols and allegories in them. This is the way
    • someone can be next to us, we can see what he looks like, but
    • between seeing and understanding, between just knowing and
    • consists of a physical body, which one can see with one's
    • world, but one does not see this world or become aware of it
    • astral body acquires organs he begins to see the astral world
    • — true symbols. One sees symbols. One loses
    • see genius. Although one learns the truth of Christ Jesus
    • but man does not normally see it, he must first learn to
    • see.
    • apostle he was. Here on earth he had seen Him. Now he had
    • all have a physical brain but you cannot see it. It would
    • have to be taken out, and then you could see it. For the same
    • reason, though there is a certain difference, you cannot see
    • it must come out if you are to see it, and this can only
    • we will go into certain details. Then you will see how every
    • terms. Step by step you will then see that the John Gospel is
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    • that he who seeks the path today will be led along different
    • physical body during the day. So one can see the
    • human being ... He who seeks initiation must achieve the
    • spiritual world as the crowning with thorns. One sees oneself
    • body. In the spiritual world he sees himself with the cross
    • suddenly the veil is rent and he begins to see the ultimate
    • separated from him. His body is the mother that he sees
    • creature can see the sunlight unless its eyes are opened so
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    • Christian document. We have seen that it should not be read
    • being as we see him in front of us? He is what is in him. As
    • Philip saith unto him: Come and see. Jesus saw Nathanael
    • sees a picture on the astral plane, which formerly he had not
    • seen — the picture of a tree, a finely branched, white
    • the picture on the astral plane. What is seen are reflections
    • sees his inner life, even his bodily inner life, projected,
    • reflected into the outer astral world. So you see what is
    • art the King of Israel.’” You see the recognition
    • fig tree, thou believest; thou shalt see greater things than
    • mean to be born anew and to see the Kingdom of God? It means
    • enter the kingdom of heaven? It means to see not only the
    • reflection of Devachan here on earth as we see it through our
    • physical eyes, but to see this realm directly itself. He
    • wheels, which enable him to enter the spiritual world and see
    • necessary to make it possible for us to see and act in higher
    • this chapter really carefully will see that this is what is
    • the temporal, and the disciples see into a world which lies
    • transfiguration seen occultly. If somebody goes through the
    • explanations seek to avoid the “depths”
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    • Take heed of what you have seen today!” A secret attraction remained
    • first of all see through our sense-organs what Theosophy calls the physical
    • things which you can see and touch; every stone is after all a physical
    • a man born blind being operated on so that he can see. The difference
    • — positive and negative. The first makes a person see what is not
    • that we do not see it, although our eyes are open. This happens to us
    • not be empty; he will see before him the etheric body glowing with a
    • than young peach blossom. We never see an etheric body if we “suggest
    • reality. The Initiate sees this third member of man as an egg-shaped
    • what we shall see will be a delicate cloud of light, inwardly full of
    • movement. Within this cloud or aura the Initiate sees every desire, every
    • impulse, as colour and form in the astral body. For example, he sees
    • to the seer in a peculiar form. When he studies the astral body, everything
    • the brow. This is to be seen in human beings only — more clearly
    • space. Just as the empty centre of a flame appears blue when seen through
    • have worked upon the astral body. The seer can distinguish between a
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    • others. From this comparison we can see how important such communications
    • are for a person who is himself not yet able to see into these higher
    • “I shall never be able to see the world with my own eyes.”
    • see into the higher worlds when the eyes of my spirit are opened.”
    • The three worlds are wherever we ourselves are, only we do not yet see
    • the two higher worlds — just as a blind man does not see the physical
    • seeing everything in a new way. For instance, he has to learn to read
    • do not at first understand this. It may happen that they see themselves
    • people do not see their own passions, but these may sometimes become
    • they appear as mirror-images. You see the mirror-images of your desires
    • in the same way as when looking into a mirror you see reflected images
    • of the objects around you. Everything that comes out of you seems to
    • world you see first the hen and then the egg. In the astral world you
    • see the egg and then the hen that laid it. Time in the astral moves
    • backwards: you see first the effect and then the cause. This explains
    • time-sequence it would be impossible to foresee events.
    • see into the astral world the thought is like an arrow or thunderbolt
    • anyone with astral vision it is often much worse to see someone harbouring
    • bad thoughts about another than to see him inflicting physical harm.
    • we are creating a thought which the seer can recognise by its colour
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    • partly so, and of the sixth and seventh only the seed and outline so
    • only as seeds.
    • astral body do during the night? A clairvoyant can see that it has a
    • Ego can be seen rising up from out of the head.
    • from a great height, when death seems imminent, may see his whole life
    • for example, goes to sleep, a clairvoyant would see a little second
    • has when it goes to sleep. The clairvoyant can see the loosened etheric
    • and enjoys his food. The clairvoyant will see the satisfaction of his
    • were still clairvoyant; doctors could see into a man and could discern
    • with it a loss of clairvoyance. We see this particularly in our scientists
    • will you see spreading out from the bluish sphere which is his Ego-centre.
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    • We have seen how at his
    • make tools. How different it all is today! We can see how the face
    • considerations will give us the answer and we shall see how the changing
    • everything is seen as though in a photographic negative. Everything
    • negative. And if you see yourself in this negative form, as one among
    • all the others, you will be in Devachan. What is the point of seeing
    • You do not see yourself
    • once only, but by degrees you come to see yourself as you were in former
    • of the eye, and this is perfectly true. We see how true it is if we
    • death he reaches Devachan, he finds, as we have seen, the picture of
    • it; now he sees it flowing past and he uses it to animate the form he
    • He sees all this as it were objectively; he learns to understand it,
    • all his experiences into the life of his soul. By dint of seeing these
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    • sea; and a man sees this flow as something both external and internal.
    • Externally he sees it flow in a reddish-lilac stream from one plant
    • communities, are seen as belonging to the universal flow of life. Hence
    • to all things, is seen in flow.
    • sees realised in visible form all the relationships that arise between
    • one sees the love as a real being whose body is love. If you can make
    • have to see the activity of discarnate human beings; and we know how
    • he can spend at work in the higher regions of Devachan. A savage sees
    • the clairvoyant sees another particularly remarkable set of shapes. They
    • it incarnates. Not all the details are seen, but the circumstances of
    • is the period from the seventh to the fourteenth year. We shall see
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • are significant, and everything a child sees or hears affects him in
    • a child's sense-organs. He will see with his eyes how people round
    • be taken to see that the child learns as much as possible through stories
    • and analogies; we must store his memory with them and must see to it
    • Does this seem too much to ask? Surely we cannot fail to get such
    • Theosophy seeks to lay hold of practical life through all its stages.
    • such widely differing conditions? For instance, we see one child born
    • the most loving care. And we see another child born to poverty and misery,
    • We have seen that a man
    • which we see, carried over into the spiritual realm, as the law of
    • At first this seems to be a hard, unbending law, but it is not so. A
    • needs to see clearly that because he believes in karma he does not depend
    • a cause of glorious results in the future, as a seed for a later harvest
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    • law. If we look at the way a man develops, we see that in the course
    • more or less the same character throughout life. We shall see later
    • no real interest in anything; he is dreamy, inactive, lazy, and seeks
    • From this we can see how
    • of how things in the spiritual life are inter-related can be seen in
    • decaying astral substance can be seen. When the Mongols fell upon the
    • everything literally because through his spiritual knowledge he can see
    • the change in the meaning of the word you can see that something quite
    • heredity, the characteristic will fade out. You can see that you have
    • child seeks out a particular mother; the love between them has its source
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • see presently what our ancestors possessed in place of it.
    • will age quickly in their next life; they seem to shrivel up. On the
    • and illness. This may seem a startling connection, but it is a fact.
    • general law holds for the history of man's evolution. You will see from
    • we can see our own products, our own being which has taken solid form.
    • no limits to knowledge, for man can find, in everything he sees around
    • all this out of himself in order that he might be able to see his own
    • rather shortsighted. Because with his weak eyes he could not see clearly,
    • be seen that the physical organs must be in proper condition if the higher
    • see, are thus secretly at work to bring about the complicated patterns
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    • seen the Earth or the shell-like forms; they were resounding human forms,
    • illuminated from outside. All our seeing depends on the fact that the
    • been maintained by the common divine atmosphere, could now see their
    • shall see tomorrow how this development went on.
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    • — in whom we have to see the descendants of Atlanteans who had
    • Brown-man hears the thunder and sees the lightning and this language
    • nature as the body of the Godhead. Gradually they came to see before
    • that he must seek for God with his spirit. That is in fact the meaning
    • outer world. I must sink into my inner being and seek for Him in my
    • he could not discover any laws in it. He failed to see that the spiritual
    • the Heavens into connection with the Earth. We can see the character of
    • sacrifice the power of seership.
    • understanding of things; we do not battle against people but seek to
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    • is it for me to hear about occult things from others when I cannot see
    • You can see from these
    • seem to have occurred in that extended period. This will also help you to
    • dreams you no longer see things which originate in the outer world or
    • is in danger from fire and you may see him getting nearer and nearer
    • ill during the night. You did not actually see him falling ill; you
    • good — it was only a dream.” You can see that what matters
    • what he sees is true. This means that it is wrong to use dream-pictures
    • a stage is soon reached when the pupil not only sees what is physically
    • that if you see symbols only, some particular event might be symbolised
    • their origin to seers and are concerned with higher worlds; hence they
    • sight, and it marks the seer's entry into Devachan. Once a man
    • prejudice. This, the fourth characteristic, sees good in everything
    • We have seen that a man
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    • say that no occult school sees in its teaching and requirements anything
    • will burden your karma. You can see that this precept requires deep
    • published writings, but one can see that the author understood little of
    • is something one has only to recognise, for every man has seen it. It is
    • “Before the eye can see, it must be incapable of tears.”
    • we shall see how it differs from the Eastern way. This Christian way
    • seen with astral vision.
    • vision which will quite certainly come: he sees himself washing the
    • a dream-vision he sees himself being scourged.
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    • foreseen that a time would come when because of the gradual increase of
    • we see only what we are, and that is just what we have to grow out of
    • which sees in everything a revelation of the Divine. Everything material
    • but to seek to know the Great Self which shines down into us. The lower
    • We can see similar likenesses in human beings. For instance, we can
    • Again, the pupil takes a seed and visualises the whole plant, as it will
    • means one comes to see things surrounded by their astral element.
    • that you will see how man is related to everything that happens on
    • way? There is a great difference between the Earth seen by the occultist
    • characteristics of the Earth into their opposites. If the seer disregards
    • You will see that man
    • are related to happenings in the Earth can be seen from two examples
    • seek to impart to men the forces which will work in the true direction
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    • its original content. We will see that this is so in the course of
    • they enter directly into the realm of the spiritual. It only seems
    • have seen how doctoring, healing, by its very nature leads from the
    • enables them to see a biological or physical process in the human
    • physicians need an observation that is trained to see the lighting up
    • is trained to see the lighting up of the physical reflection of a
    • To see how they are to
    • priest as is needed to know. And then in time we will see to what
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    • the ego organization penetrates the human physical body. You can see
    • about them, they seem to be continually vanishing. At the same time
    • their house. Not what they see during the day, but the delicate
    • You see, it is
    • and we will see how to regard this person medically from an
    • their experience “rest in God.” And you can see that the
    • seeing themselves from within, not merely from without. This
    • more inwardly detailed. They see much more from within: “the
    • says, “I see the third dwelling place of God; it is
    • You see, one must
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    • the matters we have been considering. In particular, we should see
    • beings are not allowed to see the super-sensible world, but I have
    • like optical perception. It can be so enhanced that they see Jesus,
    • comes about through this situation. In ordinary life, when we see, we
    • with the eyes. When you see, the external stimulation occurs first in
    • of St. Teresa you see in the final stage of her development a
    • You can see that
    • physicians, that is the most beneficial thing possible: to see the
    • remarkable paradox: one sees illness from another side. One sees
    • years. Let me show by this line (see drawing above) that something
    • see, in ordinary life people don't have a true knowledge of time. How
    • the board can be tangled up into a ball (see drawing). The entire
    • mystery — that things that in someone's karma would seem to be
    • You see from such an
    • can see how the pastoral care of some person by priests, who are
    • spiritual aspects, can relate to what is seen from a medical view
    • You must still see
    • these scales (see drawing). There is one spot, one point right here.
    • tomorrow. We will see what from one side leads to health and from the
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    • see how they develop as a children, from day to day, from week to
    • development, for one does not see what part each member is playing in
    • body. We see how what we bring down from spiritual worlds — our
    • strong, then we will see a young person shooting up who from inner
    • life period. What seems to appear later as heredity is not really
    • You can see the
    • physical worlds during the first seven years of life will be seen as
    • toward the intellect. Whoever has an eye for it can see the greatest
    • just as much as a physical activity. We see a spiritual entity active
    • Thus we see into the
    • look in the opposite direction, to see what lives in the human
    • where it seems to be concentrated. This physical notion, that the sun
    • notion of someone who looks at the soup in a soup bowl and sees a
    • longer time to separate off. And one can see a simple fact in
    • see this remarkable change. Up to that moment only sun and moon have
    • die at twenty-eight. It is true. Whoever sees humanity's relation to
    • between these things is not easily seen. In every moment of life a
  • Title: Pastoral Medicine: Lecture 5
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    • who show certain aspects of behavior that to a physician may seem to
    • more. For as you have seen, the pathological condition remains with
    • consequence of this? You can easily see that this puts the individual
    • individual is really able to see into the spiritual world and to feel
    • meets. I'm picturing an extreme case so that you can see the chief
    • picture and it was the same one I'd seen thirty years earlier in
    • again. One sees that this is not a logical memory but a
    • it more closely, one sees something very remarkable — one sees
    • drive him from within in a very definite manner. One sees that he has
    • So you see, such
    • abnormal is to be noticed. Everyone loves to see how clever these
    • we have the situation that, seen from within, there is too much
    • body to itself. We see how the first condition advances to this
    • Hereby we see
    • So we have seen the
    • world. And we have seen the opposite pathological states: first,
    • We see this progress to states of insanity, of which the early stage
    • life. Then we see this progress to the third stage — which
    • his or her karma — as you have seen from my descriptions.
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    • so-called scientific culture views our ancestors. You will see at
    • of elemental spirits. To someone who sees the matter from a broader
    • being is built like this (see drawing): metabolic-limb system,
    • his breathing system, the upper rhythmic system, we see working in
    • breathing process, and this draws in anxiety elementals. You can see
    • dramas so interesting — one sees that the presence of these
    • One sees clearly how they push in an unhealthy way to bring about
    • One can see Raimund's
    • dog out of the dog's bowl. You see how karma plays in from the animal
    • torture of his earlier incarnation. You see how this deed comes from
    • for the friend. One sees his pathological state always following at
    • ten years he gets another dog, and now see what happens: he plays
    • You see how Raimund
    • carried out. One sees clearly how karma from his earlier incarnation
    • rises up and strikes him in this incarnation. One sees it reach
    • seen that there are individuals whose ego, astral body, and etheric
    • something is working in from the anxiety demons. Sometimes you see it
    • karma. And we must see on the one hand the one-sidedness of that
    • Likewise, we must be able to see how karma is working in such an
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    • You can see that the ideas
    • bring what we have seen spiritually into harmony with what science is
    • earth-lives; we see it manifesting in our personality. We found this
    • what we see as spiritual processes. We will be going in the right
    • now this is what we must see: in the coarse inhalation-exhalation of
    • senses — seeing, hearing, sensation of warmth — totally
    • looking at the single, separate processes of seeing, hearing, and so
    • in together, stream in together into the human being. No one sees
    • the breathing activity. You see, in earlier world conceptions, such
    • able to see facts and make the connection between them. It observes
    • plays. That is what we see if we study the upper human being.
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    • ordinary external inhalation, we see a union of what is inhaled with
    • carefully at this fourfold differentiation, you will see the human
    • by the lymph vessels lets one see how lymph goes into the blood and
    • statement, but it is correct in a certain way. We see in lymph
    • everything that has not yet become blood; we see in it also the
    • from the light to the life paths and see the general cosmic life
    • It forms a seed in the subconscious, a seed that we carry out with us
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    • as far as it can be seen in human beings
    • properly, we already come to see through its form a relation between
    • observant will never see the root other than striving downward into
    • We must see
    • in the linear striving upward we must see the presence of sun forces
    • on the earth. In the root's striving toward roundness we must see the
    • the plant as it pushes toward the Sun, we must see that the sun
    • attain a compact, solid form. For it to unfold as one sees it, for
    • think very, very well. One sees nothing, hears nothing, but one can
    • seeing, hearing, and the other sense activities are suppressed. At
    • entities. Where earlier in ordinary consciousness one had seen the
    • humankind sees the sun, for instance, in its physical form, and the
    • dimension, the sun is seen as a spiritual being, and the same with
    • So you see the
    • seem particularly strange to us as it separates from us and confronts
    • world. When we see ourselves reflected in the etheric world by the
    • things, we come to see that they are completely interwoven. Then we
    • It is all out there. You see people will begin to have confidence in
    • medicine again when they see that in the inner constitution the human
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    • You have seen how necessary it is
    • illness. You see, one has to look at such things carefully.
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    • theory. They can try one thing or another and see whether it helps,
    • cultivated in olden times, by seeking knowledge of humanity through
    • observation. You see the direction in which we are turning. In olden
    • seen that will lead — if considered properly — to a
    • other side, the side that the priest must see. We think of the
    • what I've been telling you about. One sees with one's own eyes that
    • aberration. The physician should see clearly that materialism is a
    • bridge to the priest's observation on the other side. The priest sees
    • of human evolution it is impossible to see something that could be
    • seen clearly in former times, because people in those days had
    • different characteristics. We cannot see how a false direction of the
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    • seeds are strewn in every direction of something that in earlier
    • materialism. But truly this is slight satisfaction for those who see
    • seen and recorded. If we now inquire what the sum of all these shifts
    • amounts to, we can see what the distance is from year to year. One
    • details of knowledge one finally sees the difference between the
    • So you see, our life
    • arithmetic to see how we relate to the world with our breathing, how
    • Let us see how the average human life of seventy-two years fits into
    • be the human being (see drawing below).
    • we look at our metabolic-limb system, we can see that we carry within
    • can see that we carry in them everything we receive out of the
    • telescope, then after seeing everything he would say, “Yes, I
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    • anyone could have seen something worthy of notice in the spiritual
    • seemed to show a lack of harmony. It was said: If there were complete
    • degree, one sees at once that death is quite different in character.
    • gods. Put schematically (see drawing), this corresponds to the facts:
    • understanding of those two human conditions, would then see into the
    • So we can see that the
    • kept in balance by those seers who are able to return to their
    • sent the Son to undergo the death on Golgotha. You will see in the
    • medicine: to comprehend all human illness in such a way that one sees
    • dying on the cross — these will be seen in their true
    • theologians, the two paths seem to have no connection whatever. There
    • Der die Seele in Irrtum zum Erwerb der Freiheit leitet
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    • they enter directly into the realm of the spiritual. It only seems
    • have seen how doctoring, healing, by its very nature leads from the
    • enables them to see a biological or physical process in the human
    • physicians need an observation that is trained to see the lighting up
    • is trained to see the lighting up of the physical reflection of a
    • To see how they are to
    • priest as is needed to know. And then in time we will see to what
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    • [see Note 1]
    • [see Note 2]
    • the ego organization penetrates the human physical body. You can see
    • about them, they seem to be continually vanishing. At the same time
    • their house. Not what they see during the day, but the delicate
    • You see, it is
    • and we will see how to regard this person medically from an
    • their experience “rest in God.” And you can see that the
    • seeing themselves from within, not merely from without. This
    • more inwardly detailed. They see much more from within: “the
    • says, “I see the third dwelling place of God; it is
    • [see Note 3]
    • [see Note 4]
    • You see, one must
  • Title: Broken Vessels: Lecture 3
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    • the matters we have been considering. In particular, we should see
    • beings are not allowed to see the supersensible world, but I have
    • like optical perception. It can be so enhanced that they see Jesus,
    • comes about through this situation. In ordinary life, when we see, we
    • with the eyes. When you see, the external stimulation occurs first in
    • of St. Teresa you see in the final stage of her development a
    • You can see that
    • physicians, that is the most beneficial thing possible: to see the
    • remarkable paradox: one sees illness from another side. One sees
    • years. Let me show by this line (see drawing above) that something
    • see, in ordinary life people don't have a true knowledge of time. How
    • the board can be tangled up into a ball (see drawing). The entire
    • mystery — that things that in someone's karma would seem to be
    • You see from such an
    • can see how the pastoral care of some person by priests, who are
    • spiritual aspects, can relate to what is seen from a medical view
    • You must still see
    • these scales (see drawing). There is one spot, one point right here.
    • responsibility is one of the deepest imaginable. We will see what
  • Title: Broken Vessels: Lecture 4
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    • see how they develop as children, from day to day, from week to
    • development, for one does not see what part each member is playing in
    • body. We see how what we bring down from spiritual worlds — our
    • strong, then we will see a young person shooting up who from inner
    • life period. What seems to appear later as heredity is not really
    • You can see the
    • physical worlds during the first seven years of life will be seen as
    • toward the intellect. Whoever has an eye for it can see the greatest
    • just as much as a physical activity. We see a spiritual entity active
    • Thus we see into the
    • look in the opposite direction, to see what lives in the human
    • where it seems to be concentrated. This physical notion, that the sun
    • notion of someone who looks at the soup in a soup bowl and sees a
    • longer time to separate off. And one can see a simple fact in
    • see this remarkable change. Up to that moment only sun and moon have
    • die at twenty-eight. It is true. Whoever sees humanity's relation to
    • between these things is not easily seen. In every moment of life a
  • Title: Broken Vessels: Lecture 5
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    • who show certain aspects of behavior that to a physician may seem to
    • more. For as you have seen, the pathological condition remains with
    • [see Note 5]
    • consequence of this? You can easily see that this puts the individual
    • individual is really able to see into the spiritual world and to feel
    • meets. I'm picturing an extreme case so that you can see the chief
    • picture and it was the same one I'd seen thirty years earlier in
    • again. One sees that this is not a logical memory but a
    • it more closely, one sees something very remarkable — one sees
    • drive him from within in a very definite manner. One sees that he has
    • So you see, such
    • abnormal is to be noticed. Everyone loves to see how clever these
    • we have the situation that, seen from within, there is too much
    • body to itself. We see how the first condition advances to this
    • Hereby we see
    • So we have seen the
    • world. And we have seen the opposite pathological states: first,
    • We see this progress to states of insanity, of which the early stage
    • life. Then we see this progress to the third stage — which
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    • so-called scientific culture views our ancestors. You will see at
    • of elemental spirits. To someone who sees the matter from a broader
    • [see Note 7]
    • being is built like this (see drawing): metabolic-limb system,
    • his breathing system, the upper rhythmic system, we see working in
    • breathing process, and this draws in anxiety elementals. You can see
    • dramas so interesting — one sees that the presence of these
    • One sees clearly how they push in an unhealthy way to bring about
    • One can see Raimund's
    • dog out of the dog's bowl. You see how karma plays in from the animal
    • torture of his earlier incarnation. You see how this deed comes from
    • for the friend. One sees his pathological state always following at
    • ten years he gets another dog, and now see what happens: he plays
    • You see how Raimund
    • carried out. One sees clearly how karma from his earlier incarnation
    • rises up and strikes him in this incarnation. One sees it reach
    • seen that there are individuals whose ego, astral body, and etheric
    • something is working in from the anxiety demons. Sometimes you see it
    • karma. And we must see on the one hand the one-sidedness of that
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    • Das Zusammenwirken von Ärzten und Seelsorgen:
    • [see Note 8]
    • [see Note 9]
    • bring what we have seen spiritually into harmony with what science is
    • earth-lives; we see it manifesting in our personality. We found this
    • what we see as spiritual processes. We will be going in the right
    • now this is what we must see: in the coarse inhalation-exhalation of
    • senses — seeing, hearing, sensation of warmth — totally
    • looking at the single, separate processes of seeing, hearing, and so
    • in together, stream in together into the human being. No one sees
    • the breathing activity. You see, in earlier world conceptions, such
    • able to see facts and make the connection between them. It observes
    • plays. That is what we see if we study the upper human being.
    • ordinary external inhalation, we see a union of what is inhaled with
    • carefully at this fourfold differentiation, you will see the human
    • by the lymph vessels lets one see how lymph goes into the blood and
    • [see Note 10]
    • statement, but it is correct in a certain way. We see in lymph
    • everything that has not yet become blood; we see in it also the
    • from the light to the life paths and see the general cosmic life
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    • Das Zusammenwirken von Ärzten und Seelsorgen:
    • HUMAN CONSTITUTION as far as it can be seen in human beings
    • properly, we already come to see through its form a relation between
    • observant will never see the root other than striving downward into
    • one must have, the rounding form pushing into the ground. We must see
    • in the linear striving upward we must see the presence of sun forces
    • on the earth. In the root's striving toward roundness we must see the
    • the plant as it pushes toward the Sun, we must see that the sun
    • attain a compact, solid form. For it to unfold as one sees it, for
    • [see Note 11]
    • think very, very well. One sees nothing, hears nothing, but one can
    • seeing, hearing, and the other sense activities are suppressed. At
    • entities. Where earlier in ordinary consciousness one had seen the
    • humankind sees the sun, for instance, in its physical form, and the
    • dimension, the sun is seen as a spiritual being, and the same with
    • So you see the
    • seem particularly strange to us as it separates from us and confronts
    • world. When we see ourselves reflected in the etheric world by the
    • things, we come to see that they are completely interwoven. Then we
    • It is all out there. You see people will begin to have confidence in
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    • YOU HAVE SEEN HOW
    • illness. You see, one has to look at such things carefully.
    • theory. They can try one thing or another and see whether it helps,
    • [see Note 12]
    • cultivated in olden times, by seeking knowledge of humanity through
    • observation. You see the direction in which we are turning. In olden
    • seen that will lead — if considered properly — to a
    • other side, the side that the priest must see. We think of the
    • what I've been telling you about. One sees with one's own eyes that
    • aberration. The physician should see clearly that materialism is a
    • bridge to the priest's observation on the other side. The priest sees
    • of human evolution it is impossible to see something that could be
    • seen clearly in former times, because people in those days had
    • different characteristics. We cannot see how a false direction of the
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    • seeds are strewn in every direction of something that in earlier
    • materialism. But truly this is slight satisfaction for those who see
    • [see Note 13]
    • seen and recorded. If we now inquire what the sum of all these shifts
    • amounts to, we can see what the distance is from year to year. One
    • details of knowledge one finally sees the difference between the
    • So you see, our life
    • arithmetic to see how we relate to the world with our breathing, how
    • Let us see how the average human life of seventy-two years fits into
    • be the human being (see drawing below).
    • we look at our metabolic-limb system, we can see that we carry within
    • can see that we carry in them everything we receive out of the
    • [see Note 14]
    • telescope, then after seeing everything he would say, “Yes, I
    • [see Note 15]
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    • anyone could have seen something worthy of notice in the spiritual
    • seemed to show a lack of harmony. It was said: If there were complete
    • degree, one sees at once that death is quite different in character.
    • gods. Put schematically (see drawing), this corresponds to the facts:
    • understanding of those two human conditions, would then see into the
    • So we can see that the
    • kept in balance by those seers who are able to return to their
    • sent the Son to undergo the death on Golgotha. You will see in the
    • medicine: to comprehend all human illness in such a way that one sees
    • dying on the cross — these will be seen in their true
    • theologians, the two paths seem to have no connection whatever. There
    • Der die Seele in Irrtum zum Erwerb der Freiheit leitet
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    • [See Figure 1, below.]
    • a seer has described the pictures he experienced on looking into the
    • the outcome of seership, of the living intuitions which the seer
    • wishes to translate what he sees there into the language of the
    • his hearers a mental image corresponding with what he himself sees in
    • eye could see in the physical world. In the course of these lectures
    • seen with the outward eye. So long as one connects the words
    • which may be compared with what the seer can still see today when he
    • unlike those that are presented to the seer when, freed from his
    • that in the course of these lectures we too should seek to place
    • upon old Saturn, we see it as a single whole of weaving warmth; and
    • the old Sun we still see as a mingling of gaseous and warmth
    • [See Figure 2, below.]
    • [See Figure 2, below.]
    • [See Figure 2, below.]
    • sense-world. Hence you will see that it is utterly inadequate to
    • productive activity which can be seen with physical eyes.
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    • pictures which arise before the eye of the seer when he contemplates
    • [See Figure 3, below.]
    • then the whole will seem a wonderful cosmic drama. Let us recall once
    • evolutions. Let us see how it looks in recollection.” What it
    • [See Figure 4, below.]
    • Now you see what I am
    • crowd upon the soul of the seer when he enters into the supersensible
    • time the seer is to discover anew. That is the feeling which the
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    • event which we can see as the recapitulation at a higher level of an
    • must expect to see all that had gradually evolved during the Saturn,
    • the plants do not subsist in individual plants, such as we see
    • Thus we see that the three epochs which precede that of our own earth,
    • — we shall presently see why this was so. On the other hand, to
    • See Figure 5, below.]
    • attention to the fact that separate plants such as we see around us
    • forth grass and herb yielding seed after his kind. One ought to say,
    • its forces from without. Whereas hitherto we have seen the effect of
    • this, we see something which comes from the heavenly spaces,
    • begin with, let us see nothing but this in what is described as
    • Does not this document, bequeathed to us by those ancient seers, bear
    • we have to see a product of the combined effort of all the Elohim; we
    • have to see that they all contribute, each as he is able, to this
    • today. It was so in the case of the Hebrew seer. When he looked up to
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    • modern scientific knowledge seems pretty amateurish. I do intend one
    • lectures at other places, and people will then see that we are fully
    • without we have to see, in elementary form, warmth, air, water, light
    • severity of them — and seeks the basis of solidity, when he
    • see that of the sound-ether, and the second “day” of
    • You will soon see
    • account, you see that the latter says just what our independent
    • faculties of seers who speak to us across thousands of years.
    • three “days” of creation, we see as regards the finer
    • stimulate and enliven we see at the same time the development of
    • [See Figure 6, below.]
    • See
    • [See Figure 7, below.]
    • [See Figure 8, below.]
    • [See Figure 9, below.]
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    • soul-spiritual Beings are everywhere to be seen. We may now see Being
    • in the Genesis account. Of course it is easy to see Being when the
    • [See Figure 10a, below.]
    • see something of the nature of Being behind what is described as
    • unless we can answer such questions. Just as we have to see
    • perhaps have to see manifestations of a deeper spiritual nature in
    • Thus we see that the
    • And further, we have seen that they make use of the Spirits of
    • yom, day, we have to see a Being of the rank of the Archai,
    • we can see from an illustration borrowed from everyday life. The
    • light of which Genesis speaks is not the light which we can see with
    • you will doubt that the physical daylight which we see nowadays is
    • fellow-workers; they had to see that the whole work of the universe
    • [See Figure 10b, below.]
    • of Persönality. We see existence being woven out of the Spirits
    • Thus we see how, when
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    • the Dominions. Thus behind the solid basis we see the Spirits of
    • fluidity, we have to see the activity of the Spirits of Wisdom or
    • Kyriotctes. When we ascend to the airy element, here we have to see a
    • we have also to see the effect of the activity of certain spirits of
    • back to our Elohim, to the Spirits of Form. You see how everything
    • say that behind all we see around us through our senses there lies an
    • of matter is illusion. When the seer turns his attention to the
    • actual which the eye can see, and what can be deduced from that by
    • become revealed as the solid matter we see around us. In the act of
    • spiritual insight names were given in ancient times! The seers of old
    • see maya or illusion in all that we encounter in outer life.
    • us accustom ourselves to see in all that happens around us something
    • abstract way of looking at things everything gets mixed up. The seers
    • content to see everywhere the same superficial forces as the modern
    • physicist sees, who insists on embracing meteorology as well as
    • things on the earth. To the seer things are not so simple as that. As
    • thing is not seen everywhere. Different forces are at work when a gas
    • the seer contemplates the way in which water arises in the atmosphere
    • Thus in the solid matter of our elementary earth existence, we see a
    • something which comes from nowhere. The seer knows that the Spirits
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    • similar to what there is in the soul today when the power of seership
    • ways. In it the student sees many things around him. But he would
    • sees around him, so to say in spiritual space, is also spiritual
    • clairvoyant capacity breaks through, he sees them again. He sees them
    • in remarkable forms. He sees Capesius as a young man, as he was at
    • when he, Johannes Thomasius, sits meditating; and he sees Doctor
    • between reality and mere picture-consciousness. Thus you can see that
    • stages of clairvoyance. To begin with, the clairvoyant does not see
    • spiritual things at all; he sees pictures, and the question is what
    • these forces in himself, he can have the experience of seeing two
    • luminous globes far outside in space. He sees pictures of two globes
    • forces which are at work in himself, and he sees them as two globes.
    • Thus what is actually to be seen is an inner faculty showing itself
    • development. We see the outward result of this activity of light in
    • pictures which seemed, it is true, to fill cosmic space. The pictures
    • seemed to be spread out in space. In reality they merely represented
    • “We see this light outside us.” There was no such thing
    • not make the Elohim say anything like this: “We see the light
    • further. We have seen that the characteristic features of the Moon
    • Sun from the Moon. Then we have seen that during the earth evolution
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    • We shall soon see
    • that everything which today we seek to learn through spiritual
    • it might seem that man emerged for the first time as if suddenly
    • And out of the ground the LORD God formed every beast of the field, and every fowl of the air; and brought them unto Adam to seeCh. II, v.19
    • ministering to them unfold their work, we have to see a human
    • same way as today we see clouds in the airy atmosphere; and this is
    • beings as well. But you can easily see that if man is one day to
    • and enlarged to a cosmic existence. The clairvoyant sees the astral
    • cloud in spiral form. What we see is only the beginning of the
    • if anyone tells you that the astral body is what can be seen by a
    • today to tell of modern man. We shall see that at the time of which
    • been able to see with your eyes or touch with your hands the man who
    • events to the same cause. The spiritual investigator has to see in
    • ancient seers who gave us Genesis gazed with full powers of seership
    • Scholasticism properly we should soon see, what is clearly expressed
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    • for the seer to recognise whether a man's soul has descended from
    • investigation impels us to accept what to begin with seems incredible
    • visible to external senses, it would only have been seen by
    • all with the eye of the seer one realises that along with what
    • seen dense formations of misty, smoky and steaming cloud upon its
    • surface. No trace of sun was to be seen. The sun with its forces was
    • from without, he would have seen that it was only very gradually that
    • earth at that time, he would have seen the rays of the sun piercing
    • of this element, had the moon not withdrawn. But you see how it all
    • evaporates. You can see the whole process happening when after a fall
    • by the ancient seers and rediscovered in our own day be spiritual
    • those ancient seers were aware how the tidings which made them vocal
    • up in holy awe to those ancient seers, who themselves looked up into
    • the ancient seers and the name of those Beings to whom they
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    • [See Figure 12, below.]
    • [See Figure 13, below.]
    • body as the breath of life. Thus what was implanted as a seed into
    • having taken place in higher, spiritual realms; and what we can see
    • [See Figure 14, below.]
    • deeply into these things, we see that there is full agreement between
    • of clairvoyant experience. Just as today the eye of the seer gazes in
    • When the seer gazes
    • begin with only spiritual processes. The physical eye would see
    • absolutely nothing; it would gaze into a void. But, as we have seen,
    • time goes on. Little by little for the seer the solid crystallises
    • emerges what can now be seen by the physical eye. Thus, as
    • right up to our Lemurian age, man could not have been seen by the
    • fragmentary remarks such as always seem to be required in the last
    • so often assumed that the eye of the seer reaches with ease
    • this above all be the effect of this Cycle! It should be a seed
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    • must now be vanquished and superseded. In order to see the whole
    • teaching given by Paul concerning the Christ Being. To see this
    • in the super-sensible. It is essential that we should see in Paul a man
    • essential to see in this light what he laboured so hard to bring to
    • before our minds one of the things that seemed to Paul, as an
    • see merely trees, or merely plants, but together with the trees, and
    • (see Note 1)
    • (see Note 2)
    • minded man towards the truth, unless we learn to see through things
    • men come to see how the present way of knowledge, clinging as it does
    • out of which a resurrection must take place — until they see
    • (see Note 3)
    • See Epistle to the Romans, XIII, 12.
    • See Epistle to the Galatians, IV, 3, 9.
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    • whom the author of the article seems to some extent to agree,
    • through him. Just as the divine and spiritual was seen in stones, in
    • mountains, in water, in trees, so too was it seen in an individual
    • Golgotha. In ancient times a man could say: Everything I see in the
    • of death, to learn to realise that what can be seen of the
    • nationalism. Here we see the shadow of the old
    • the blood comes to life once again in nation-consciousness. We see a
    • The second phenomenon is that men seek to draw their knowledge of
    • was given in the days of the Mystery itself: “He Whom ye seek is
    • brought about when the Angel can answer: “He Whom ye seek is here
    • time: “He Whom ye seek is here indeed!” But of this we may
    • replacement is a human lie. Men must seek for the spirit
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    • (see Note 1)
    • religions? It seeks for something that lies beyond the reach of the
    • gathered around Confucius, Laotse or Buddha? If we look closely we see
    • So we see that, unlike the other religions, Christianity was not,
    • That is the difference between what Christianity sees as the
    • starting-point of its development and what the other religions see as
    • seek for the truths contained in the different religions, and to seek
    • Jesus, who bore the Christ within him, seeks out the places where the
    • Christianity as it is understood in Rosicrucianism. He sees children
    • There blooms its seed abroad on every pathway,
    • No more, for roses, can the Cross be seen.
    • (see Note 2)
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    • everywhere directed to the words of the Gospel: “He Whom ye seek
    • is not here.” Expanding this, we might say: Seek Him in spiritual
    • worlds, not in the physical-material world. For if you seek Him in the
    • physical-material world, you can but be told: He Whom you seek is no
    • under Constantine. And so we see how in the fusion of Christianity
    • the more firmly were the seeds of materialism planted in Christian
    • spiritual qualities. Just as we see the spiritual reality expelled by
    • is guarded and sustained, so do we see the Spirit struck away from the
    • can seek in our inmost being, because when we truly seek Him, He at
    • the picture of the crucifix alone. And when we see how the crucifix
    • must be seen spiritually.
    • sublimely portrayed by art. “He Whom ye seek is not here”
    • seek in death and suffering, exclaim to us: “He Whom ye seek is
    • We have to seek the One Who is here, by turning at
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    • (see Note 1)
    • sides — where we to-day see only clouds and stars — earthly
    • seem to him as crucial as they must inevitably be to-day.
    • (see Note 2)
    • You see, therefore, that what came to pass in the Mystery of
    • Apostle who had seen the Saviour face to face.
    • (see Note 3)
    • Christ meeting the disciples who had gone out to seek Him there are
    • (see Note 4)
    • present in itself. But to use it, a man must be able to see, to
    • See also: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity.
    • See Acts, I, 3.
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    • the Gods), were to be seen on the kiosks. These things are really
    • at the budding flowers of early spring, and the first seed of
    • horizons in “Parsifal,” becoming the seed of that future
    • the soul-life of these antediluvian, Atlantean peoples, it is seen to
    • senses: the eyes for seeing, the ears for hearing, and all the other
    • ancestors remembered that their own forefathers had actually seen what
    • that had once been experienced. What had been seen in vision and
    • can hear tones, be aware of scents, see colours on surfaces —
    • in his normal state. Then the candidate for Initiation was able to see
    • consciousness. Man is no longer able to see into the innermost nature
    • fixed. He sees only the surfaces of things in the physical world. What
    • what is called the “Holy Night,” he was able to see through
    • seen around them in a perfectly natural way. Later, what the Mysteries
    • we see the primal wisdom as the fount and basis of all religion.
    • and things to be seen in the physical world are the only realities,
    • will be gazing into a grave and what he sees in the grave is a corpse.
    • “He Whom thou seekest is no longer here! The grave is empty and
    • To live and work in the spirit of Christianity, to see in Christ not
    • (see Note 1)
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    • able, in the heart even of one who is seeking death, to vanquish the
    • be attained during earthly life, would seek out the cave of Kashiapa
    • are two focal points for men who seek the spiritual at the present
    • (see Note 1)
    • seem strange to science in time to come that the science of our day
    • the soul. Looking out into the world around us, we see the dashing
    • regards it as such. To one who sees the spiritual weaving and surging
    • upwards, men see the lightning, hear the thunder, and say to
    • have thoughts arising within the human being. And the God seen and
    • wisdom sees in the Breath of Life that which man must gradually
    • more sublime words than these. The Godhead seen by Moses in the
    • at first we cannot see. But if we kindle a light the objects in the
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    • spiritual fire be perceived? By what can it be seen? By eyes of the
    • When was this fire seen again? It was seen again when the eyes of
    • suffering. And again with all his sensitivity of soul the Buddha sees
    • limbs? Old age is suffering. And then the Buddha sees a corpse. Death
    • The Buddha had seen a corpse and had recognised from it the
    • Thüringen are unintelligible to us. Everything that seems so
    • to Paul on the road to Damascus we have to see the miraculous,
    • be saved through the Maitreya Buddha. Thus we shall see the greatness,
  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: The Third Revelation
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    • We have to see a kind of fountainhead, a primal fatherhood, in the
    • see into the spiritual world. They will also realise that this picture
    • can be seen that in our time, too, we should say, as did John the
    • At the beginning this was not understated. Therefore we see how, when
    • leaves in autumn. For a while this may not seem to matter — then
    • would soon see what it means for evolution. By losing the forces of
    • extreme, it is sad to see people who find it difficult to love, who
    • is very distinctly to be seen in a man's external nature. For the
    • made to-day; and if I have sown seeds I know that next year they will
    • night; would anyone sow seeds if he had no idea what would become of
    • the physical plane that the sun will rise to-morrow and that seeds
    • ordering of Karma, begins, and we have seen how infinitely important
    • and then it was seen — and remarked upon even by distinguished
    • predictions of yours”, not realising that they just cannot see
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    • see, I am taking my example from the science of dreams, which —
    • bound to seem very forced to anyone reading it. He said: We can only
    • present-day consciousness this interpretation at first seems fairly
    • this room and not seeing Nuremberg could easily prove there is no such
    • they are feeling and seeing, what they now actually are. This holds
    • the changes was this — that the old possibility of seeing into
    • the dead was seen to be wanting, that altars took the shape of
    • We see, therefore, that slowly, gradually, the present state of the
    • faculties. The example I gave you yesterday of how a man will see, in
    • Thus we see that the ego-consciousness men have to-day does not go
    • remember what happened to him then; so it seems quite comprehensible
    • it stands. So that when perhaps we see around us people we esteem,
    • see friends and acquaintances they care for showing no inclination
    • that we see in the various forms of monism is belief of the blindest
    • to-day a seer into the super-sensible worlds can gain some idea of what
    • — then out of spirituality the seed of hope will be sown, and in
    • through the age of love and that of hope, to what we can see
  • Title: Forming of Destiny: Lecture 1: Spiritual Life in the Physical World and Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • To the souls it lovingly seeks.
    • To the souls it lovingly seeks!
    • And that Spirit whom we are seeking thro' the deepening of Spiritual
    • men. But they will become ever fewer; and, as we have often seen even
    • between death and rebirth. Could one see — if one were for a
    • should see that with these forces alone man cannot become what he is.
    • eyes, but we see individually. For the external organs this is least
    • Now, you see, just as in the life between birth and death the Ego must
    • Ego. We see in particular everything in which our Ego was interested.
    • We see the relations which we have with a person, but we see them in a
    • do not regard things quite objectively, but see all that has borne
    • fruit for ourselves. Man sees himself everywhere as the centre. And
    • that is extremely necessary. For from these days when he thus sees
    • really only see death here from the one side; after our death we see
    • physical life of man is — when seen from the spiritual world it
    • experience, for he has not seen it himself. One's birth is something
    • which cannot be seen by the human eye here in physical life. It lies
    • new forms. Even to those who do not yet see into the spiritual world,
    • may see that Spiritual Science is striven for here in an honourable
    • during the following nights. One sees souls labouring between sleeping
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    • to the beings of the spiritual world. For who does not see at each
    • greater part of the civilised world — who does not see at almost
    • also would be right, and in a much deeper sense. If we seek the
    • was a time which we can describe as follows: We see the old Roman
    • Empire. We see it with its old philosophy. We see it living entirely
    • in the atmosphere of the old heathen philosophy. We see this Empire
    • we see the first small handful of Christians, possessing something
    • I should like to point out — if I may do so without seeming
    • will, even if he does not himself see into the spiritual world, feel
    • and we see the world around us which makes an impression on our
    • behold hills, houses, rivers, trees, etc., so, in the same way, we see
    • standpoint, as our own immediate world. And because we see it, that
    • and rebirth. To see nature here we have our physical eyes, ears, and
    • firmament and now see everything within it; thus you stand outside
    • with your consciousness and see the world inside. You feel yourself in
    • spiritual. If I feel behind me something which I do not see, the
    • retarding the soul's evolution. If you ponder over this you will see
    • and takes place later on. Now, you can see from this that the
    • depends on the earlier ones. We see how our following incarnations are
    • prepared. And we see that the entire mode of a man's life depends on
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  • Title: Forming of Destiny: Lecture 3: The Subconscious Strata of the Soul-Life and the Life of the Spirit After Premature Death
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    • have seen that when the attempt is made to go deeper into these
    • Now you will have seen from the various cycles, lectures and books,
    • seen that not merely the external life, but the whole life of man here
    • in a higher sense than did the Greek. The Greek could not see certain
    • shades of colour, as we see them to-day, because he was not so much
    • the Grecian epoch. From this you see that man's etheric body really
    • for according to our present consciousness, man does not seek an
    • Thus, while we regard these depths of the soul's life, we see in a
    • interpret the pictures we see, we should know that in our etheric
    • characteristic of seeming to come from the outer world, rather than of
    • entering it through the gates of death. You see, here on earth, man
    • thought, but could instead see the spiritual world — then they
    • I would willingly believe in one if I could only see it! If I could
    • see it while here!’ We may compare that remark with what the
    • down on to the earth without seeing in every part of it this terrible
    • not seem to exist, is carried into the physical plane as the most
    • soul. I have often mentioned this. Thus we see something is carried up
    • far as humanity is concerned. That can be seen by investigating the
    • again see from this, as I pointed out in the last lecture, that men
    • seen from that side. Also the most significant thing that is
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  • Title: Forming of Destiny: Lecture 4: The Connection Between the Spiritual and the Physical Worlds, and How They Are Experienced After Death
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    • our senses while in our earthly bodies, and which we seek to grasp
    • eyes see him, or our hands grasp his.’ The picture we formed of
    • soul can there see of itself, without an effort, is our world; and
    • discarnate souls can see, are preserved the memories of the dead. They
    • love here is added to what the dead can always see from the other
    • has gone through the gates of death when he now sees embedded in the
    • with what he makes as history. But beyond all this man seeks something
    • necessity. He does not merely feel the need of seeing a certain
    • soul of the seer celebrates All Souls Day, or a Sunday devoted to the
    • memories of their dead, he sees the dead participate in the ceremony;
    • could never see unless something had been created out of the artist's
    • in their setting, many things would seem very, very different to us.
    • consciousness. If we could only see why we do some things and omit
    • to something else — if we could perceive all that, we should see
    • Spirit of ours sees the whole connection. For a long time there has
    • the following takes place: The boundary between what we can see and
    • what we cannot see with ordinary consciousness, varies. There are,
    • approach this man.’ It seems incomprehensible; and only a long
    • time afterwards we see the reason. The man in question may need the
    • thought to life, you will see how often it occurs, that people arrange
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    • ordinary consciousness. And we seek to characterise it from the most
    • into touch with the spiritual world, consist in trying to see
    • occurrence would seem to be an accident. But if one looks deeper into
    • we notice in memory there lies that which is seen with spiritual eyes
    • gives a lecture on what one really sees in the spiritual world, one
    • the things afresh. When the spiritual seer really looks into the
    • firm basis. One sees other things in the outer world and moves about
    • example, from which we can see that already in our day there are
    • he long to see the child again. Markus Freund obstinately denied
    • shall be paid back to you. You shall see!” The rest of his speech
    • moaning: my poor, poor little girl, you will never see your
    • himself) ‘had seen him at the moment when he uttered those
    • presence, and not of an indefinite, unknown presence, but it seemed to
    • merely relates what happened to him. We shall shortly see why he
    • the 18th and 19th of March, Eysenhardt wakes up, sees Freund in his
    • eye for an eye, you shall see.’ Thus something had lived beneath
    • natural in a freethinker. He is ashamed to seek advice and therefore
    • You see that we have here a really beautiful work of art, which indeed
    • its various parts that one sees that the author realises that there
    • realistically does he write. And we see in such a novel that Berger
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    • whole must gradually re-acquire through its own efforts. We then see
    • the winter and summer conditions of the earth are like a man who sees
    • our present epoch should not see it. This may be said, that one ought
    • not to see it. For the evolution of the spiritual life has made much
    • philosophers, and say: ‘Just as anyone who sees a man, or two in
    • see the men but their pictures. We thus have images of the world
    • some one who had never seen men, but only images, would be able to
    • I am in front of a mirror in which are reflected two men, and I see in
    • For I no longer see merely the image in the mirror, but through the
    • image I see real events. I have nothing but the image, but I see an
    • can never know anything at all of Goethe's genius, for you see that
    • its reality what, for example, Spiritual Science seeks to give. For
    • naturally sees this outer world materialistically in our epoch, quite
    • meets Ahriman. For these two seek each other out in man's intercourse
    • demands that we should seek to transcend that thinking which answers
    • least a few people who really see the facts as they are and as they
    • have been characterised to-day — and not only see them, but take
    • We can see in one definite respect how absolutely our age demands that
    • place. The Evangelists, who were seers, though for the most part seers
    • the event of Damascus. His seership was different from that of the
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    • spiritual organism which perceives, sees, hears and so on through the
    • animals as eyes and ears in order to see and hear the world.
    • themselves: ‘Look at the snake and you will see the sign of your ego’.
    • spinal cord, it is a fact that he always sees a snake. He may perhaps
    • the world. This pictorial way of seeing things is astral vision
    • Seemingly quite separated beings carry out a
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    • however sees in activity the foundation of the whole universe as it
    • a product of activity. What is seemingly completed is really a stage
    • body. Man continually experiences the astral body, but the seer
    • his three sheaths are active. When for instance he sees a rose, all
    • see within. He then soon comes back into physical life. His desires
    • to be very strongly exercised, a kind of epidemic seeing of the
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    • see how he produces speech and in speech the word ‘Ich’ (I).
    • Then the separate organs are conscious and the person begins to see
    • was possessed by the Seeress of Prevost.
    • such a consciousness. Idiots, for instance, see the world in pictures;
    • One is then conscious in the plant and sees the world through it. One
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    • seeing into his inner self, he can sink his consciousness into other
    • with a mental picture. When he sees suffering, in order to experience
    • been different. The foreseeing wisdom of Higher Intelligences was
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    • in the condition described as the dream world, and when one then seeks
    • seeks for life in it, one is with one's own life on the Nirvana plane.
    • semblance (beauty) and power. (See Goethe's Fairy Tale.)
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    • be seen as at a lower stage of this development. Without warm blood no
    • stage. We see unsuccessful attempts for instance in the sloths, the
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    • astonished to see with what curious implements people ate. At that
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    • body of man can be seen by everyone. The etheric body becomes visible
    • droshky-drivers one can see such a red, indicative of the lower
    • To see how the auric egg has been formed we must consider the
    • At first the auric egg seems to be undifferentiated. Actually however
    • vanished for all eternity. Caesar's advance can no longer be seen in
    • to look away from all physical perceptions and only to see the karmic
    • which might be seen, as though one were looking at a photograph.
    • one seeks for him in the lower spheres. And one must study all these
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    • “Before the eyes can see they must give up tears”, [The
    • original English of Mabel Collins is “Before the eyes can see
    • approached someone who was sympathetic to him he would not have seen
    • We must therefore seek in the higher worlds for something lying
    • grope about and seek his way for himself. Now for the most part he is
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    • see them separated. Then we are aware of their difference. In water we
    • do not see external objects, but reflected sunlight. The moment when,
    • anatomies were seen from within, through inner illumination. Thus the
    • the work of his own ego. Then he also gradually begins to see into
    • all the more intense. It seems to him that he is like a hollow tree,
    • In the case of someone who meets a violent death he continues seeking
    • died. This seeking can bring about harmful reactions. In such a case
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    • question; as we shall see, the activity of human beings in the higher
    • everywhere of a real spirit, to seek for it, and to perceive what is
    • deeper profundity is seen in the sect of the Manicheans.
    • seen that in a part of Kamaloka man's forces are used in the service
    • to attain conscious seeing of an external world. The further
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    • group the opening of a spiritual eye in Devachan. One will then see
    • higher organs than by implanting the seeds for these organs on the
    • seed and its life is carried over to the next Manvantara. Broadly
    • intermediate one. The initiate already now sees before him those facts
    • We see the moon as the lifeless residue of ourselves and we ourselves
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    • quite other personalities made the history of Europe, but seen from
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    • yield something new. One sees this best in art. What the artist
    • individual sees how as a member of humanity he is also spun into the
    • life is of such a nature that we seem to be surrounded by the
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    • When we think, we are seemingly quite alone within ourselves;
    • reflection of imagination. When a man who is seeking higher
    • beings; thus one can see these higher spiritual beings on the Astral
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    • cause a seed to grow and bloom.
    • to bring vehicles into motion, but used the seed power (samenkraft) of
    • there are two parts that seek to merge into one another.
    • back to physical life. This is why one sees bell-like formations in
    • souls again seeking incarnation. When here with us such a bell-like
    • Buddhi. The description here given of the human being is as seen in
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    • up. It is the thought-form which we then see. The astral substance
    • This substance in which Jehovah seeks to incarnate provides, as such,
    • it backwards, when we see it in its ever higher and higher nature,
    • Christ-Principle seek to win the Earth for themselves, but there are
    • also the other antagonistic beings who seek to usurp the Earth.
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    • Were he to seek for it within himself, he would never find it. He must
    • seek it with those who have already trodden the path that we wish to
    • wish to approach it more closely, we must seek it above all in the
    • must seek for it where it already is today, with the higher
    • in that he seeks the ego in the community. It belongs to the function
    • parts, he will be able to see his earlier incarnations. The
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    • limit ourselves solely to what we can see. Underlying all physical
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    • We have seen that the entire human body is put together, has been put
    • higher, outside ourselves, we must seek to approach. Therefore our
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    • too does not grow out of nothing. A seed must be planted into the
    • seed had to be there on the Earth. Once a similar being had already
    • existed. This seed-man had arisen on the Old Moon. From there he
    • passed over in the seed condition, went through a Pralaya and then
    • appearance seemed like the rings around Saturn. Now the second or
    • Hyperborean Race evolved. Gradually the seeds of the Moon-Men appeared
    • brought this about. It was then that the seed of Karma was planted.
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    • himself so completely that finally he will only be like a seed, in a
    • in a point as force. The seeds that were present on the First Globe
    • did not yet contain this. On the Last Globe however the seeds contain
    • was already three times present in a seed-like condition; once in
    • These were the seeds which came over to the Earth.
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    • pictures, in which one could see caricatures of our cosmic system; she
    • see there is a space with definite boundaries, a definite form. Of the
    • mineral kingdom as such we see absolutely nothing, but we see only the
    • We will now take a further step forward. When we see a thought form,
    • imagines a world filled with such thought-seeds. This formless world
    • the thought-seeds became physical. At that time the Earth consisted
    • to see them; they were simply points of force. These points of force
    • easily go through such a being even though one does not see it, but
    • even though one cannot see it, one cannot go through it when it has
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    • we should see yet another Planetary condition before Saturn; if we
    • were standing on future Jupiter we should no longer see Saturn, but in
    • Fifth Round mankind will once again be able to see spiritually, having
    • this as thought seeds. The forms were not yet present, but only the
    • quicksilver we have to see what was incorporated in the Earth in the
    • pass over once more into the seed condition.
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    • something new we must say to ourselves: to make this possible a seed
    • This creation may be compared with the following: Somebody sees
    • gifted like the First Logos he would be able to say: Yes, I have seen
    • In contemplating the world one continually sees the interaction of the
    • stones is such that if we wished to seek its focus we should find it
    • to someone who can see on the astral plane, but miners frequently
    • can see that astral beings are continually created under the influence
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    • If we study our sense organs as they are usually studied, we see that
    • of seeing the surrounding objects other than human eyes.
    • most profound truths have been placed into them. We shall see whether
    • mystic must be an investigator of the inner. He attempts to seek out
    • Whoever concentrates on the heart sees the genesis of the human
    • gradually during the Atlantean Age, one sees the Atlantean landscape
    • Manas, but this Race sees as the highest stage the psychic experience
    • though from a seed, new life for the future.
    • itself is going towards its destruction. Within it is the seed of the
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    • materialistically, but who seek for explanations out of the spirit
    • mood of all these mediaeval peoples, one sees how the desperation of
    • themselves in the fear and alarm of the European peoples as seeds of
    • progress. On the other hand one sees in this god Mammon the creator of
    • sees decaying substance and therein the cause of modern infectious
    • illnesses. Whoever sees into these things will of course not take them
    • the knowledge of such relationships. It was foreseen that the threat
    • So one sees how the physical is a result of what preceded it
    • blood, so the pupil of Hatha Yoga seeks to form the breathing process
    • with something which seeks to incarnate in the element of warmth in
    • world. This was the price man paid for knowledge. We see therefore
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    • So you see that all these things arise out of deep intuitions. When
    • as for instance with Kropotkin, Bakunin, Herzen. You can see things
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    • outwards, they later evolved what today seems to us a learned
    • fact Time. How did one arrive at the concept of time? Whoever seeks
    • So think of Europe, Central Asia and Egypt as sown with the seed of
    • must arise out of the seeds which slumber in the East of Europe,
    • now in a seed condition in the Folk-elements of Eastern Europe. We
    • seed condition. Not out of the fine perfected plant, but out of the
    • seedling does the new, future plant grow.
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    • govern our outer being, the latter by seeking the essence and purpose
    • among people that the very mystery of existence seems to express
    • hand, as a person develops from childhood on, we can see unfolding out
    • An illustration will make this seem less paradoxical. Consider a
    • Steiner was ignorant of the concept of seed crystals. However, a
    • of rhetorical hyperbole. He doubtless knew that a seed crystal will
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    • completely different world, that must seek a father and a mother,
    • In the melancholic we have seen that the physical body, the coarsest
    • predominates seek to triumph over all obstacles, to make their
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    • expressive, changeable. We see the astral body's inner liveliness
    • would seem to want to bore down into the ground. By contrast, the
    • his manner timid. He seems somehow to be not entirely in touch with
    • Thus you see how significantly spiritual science can contribute to the
    • solution of this riddle. Only when one seeks to encompass reality in
    • We must reckon with what we have. We should see to it that the
    • qualities, as one does with the sanguine child, one should see to it
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    • everything we can see or with which we can be confronted, there is a
    • investigator sees in this etheric or life body that which prevents
    • see it in the outer world, consists of physical body only.
    • an ego, and we shall presently see what significance this has for
    • existence. But when we look around us and see that the things of
    • any particular animal, we see before us a self-enclosed existence,
    • organism we see a certain conclusion, we see the spirit confined
    • with wonder and awe we see outspread in time and space, works in the
    • animal, we can say: In the animal we see springing forth from its
    • existence. — When he sees the wasp building its nest, he says
    • to himself: There I can see intelligence springing forth as it were,
    • So we see unmistakably that what flows out of man's
    • investigator observes in the astral body and which he sees inwardly
    • his intellect. And we see how this inner, spiritual activity is
    • characterizing this soul life. But then we shall see — for the
    • to see a herd of cattle lying down to digest immediately after
    • species, we see how closely the expressions of soul life are bound up
    • each case given them a particular stamp. But we see that the
    • life of the animal points to the past. And the moment we see
    • in the single animal individuality. But we see, too, that this
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    • contradistinction to the spirit life seen pre-eminently in formation
    • anatomy and physiology or any other science can offer — we see
    • remain in the state of helplessness in which he was born. Thus we see
    • we see human activities arise in such a way that they may not be
    • investigate the human organization closely, we see that this
    • have to reach man by way of his ego. And then we see something else —
    • world as a helpless being. It is perfectly easy to see what we are
    • Who would fail to see how the skeleton, if one looks at it, as
    • man, we should see what an infinite amount depends — without it
    • We can also see how the
    • see when, passing from the gesture expressed in movement, we turn
    • If we now see that what
    • different in each man. And the way in which we seek to form an
    • itself felt — that in observing the human skull we shall see
    • expression of this organization, it will always be possible to see
    • that in him we also see the spirit working on his organization, but
    • from within; we see, too, however, that what lies at the basis of the
    • in a rather different way. In him we see the capacity for speech —
    • doubt about this. — So we see in man that the possibilities of
    • the spirit is poured into form; we therefore see in the animal
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    • It is exceedingly difficult for modern consciousness to see any
    • Modern science knows only one side of the picture. The scientist sees
    • is today seeking super-sensible knowledge cannot proceed in the old
    • see, it is a purely physical, spatial explanation, and that is as far
    • hence we see the shadow cast upon the moon by the earth.” That is
    • man sees and observes in the universe around him. Today men still
    • properties of plants make themselves known to us, and we learn to see
    • root of such a plant seeks continually to evade the light of the sun;
    • influence of the moonlight, which, feebly though its rays seem to us
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    • Jupiter-existence. Hence it must not be said that the sun seen by our
    • Mars, to the Mars-sphere. At the time when Mars could be seen in the
    • in a physical-mineral form at the definite point where Venus is seen.
    • very strongly in his chemical constitution, in everything that seethes
    • Warmth, Light and Chemical Ethers. As you see, the effects are
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    • shall be saying today is not to seem groundless and incomplete, you
    • point within it. Seen from this point of view the universe presents to
    • actually lies midway between what is seen from the earthly viewpoint
    • and what is seen during the life between death and a new birth.
    • looking back upon the earth we see man once only, both in time and in
    • death and rebirth we look back upon earthly life, men are not seen in
    • there comes a certain point of time when he ceases to see the stars
    • — whether planets or fixed stars — as they are seen from the
    • should cease to see the stars; but he does not cease to know about
    • sees the cosmos as a moral reality, not as a physical reality. And
    • after the intermediate condition during which he sees what I described
    • yesterday, he then sees from outside, especially during the middle
    • embodiment on the earth. He sees the weaving life of inclinations,
    • understood. For in everything we see here on the earth, physically to
    • see, it is also possible to describe the detailed, concrete facts of
    • unity — the cosmos — is a plurality when seen from outside.
    • is a unity when seen from outside. To regard something as a plurality
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    • entity.” In its finished form we can always see something
    • then it is seen from a different point of view. For simple
    • pervades the earth as slate-formation, we see that its external
    • existence, to plant-existence. We must see how what belongs to the
    • earth into one organism. Indeed, we must see the relation of the
    • When you look at a plant you can see that with its root it turns
    • You can see that if one gets to the heart of these matters, with a
    • knowledge, seeking the spiritual in all purely material things, and
    • being conceived as creative power — you can see that only such
    • nitrogen, seeks to work into him from the cosmos. Through nitrogen,
    • by the silica element, which seeks to draw us away from ourselves.
    • able to see how the lime element acts on the inner organisation of
    • You see, everything I have been describing has to be re-established
    • You see, the researches of modern natural science are getting
    • You see, it is only through spiritual science that one can discern
    • What you see as carbon in the black, sooty coal and in the diamond and
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    • gives me the deepest satisfaction to see how, this year as well as
    • reconstruction of the Mystery of Eleusis. Seeing that this year
    • might be called the divine enlightenment of everyday life seems quite
    • Greece seems entirely different. These things become particularly
    • feeling to see that the events enacted in the reconstructed Eleusinian
    • the fruits that Eros can give. We turn our gaze to Demeter and see in
    • “he as spirit has part.” But man also sees that in the realm
    • scene, we see man's soul striving toward harmony of soul and spirit.
    • the form in which we can now see it. But now we have it! We need only
    • may even seem to find satisfaction in such conversation. But when one
    • have actually seen on the stage that they are servants of the
    • That this karma has a yet deeper foundation, we can see from the fact
    • that by real human work the seed may be planted for the spiritual life
    • candid truthfulness, since I can see no blessing for any occult
    • some things we have failed to attain, you will see that we have
    • honest with European souls, we wished to be truthful, seeking with a
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    • passing moment the basic mystery of his greatest poem. It seems then
    • Then we see how, in the course of successive epochs, mankind,
    • life, seems to descend ever lower, how it takes other forms, but how,
    • Zarathustra culture that, if seen in its true light, entirely differs
    • We then see the Egyptian-Chaldean culture arise, and the ancient holy
    • aspect in our last lecture. Everywhere we see the light of the spirit
    • understanding. “One who can see worlds without using the organs
    • spiritual seer may express this, somewhat surprisingly but accurately,
    • evolution one thing is transformed into another, how the seed of the
    • highest regions of initiation. It is good — and you will see why
    • world exists even for one who is blind and cannot see what is visible
    • purely historical knowledge of the learned only sees that human
    • history, human evolution, is running its course; it does not see the
    • driving forces behind it. In external history we follow what seems
    • anthroposophically we see the inmost centre in the course of time and
    • can look out into the external world at these personalities, and see
    • even further, until he comes to the stage when he will see better what
    • high as a spiritual seer, on being reincarnated later, seems to have
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    • as we shall see in the next lectures, I may perhaps be allowed to say
    • hand to perform a moral action. We can see the hand with our physical
    • Thus we see that the natural order and the moral order, which
    • senses. They appear in such a way that we seem to see them arise from
    • the very recesses of man's soul being. If we see any particular
    • see that it is above all the inner nature of the soul that determines
    • being sees and perceives. Hence, a clairvoyant in these worlds cannot
    • surroundings. He looks to see what other beings are present in the
    • sees what kinds of beings surround a man there, he can, by objective
    • When we perceive in super-sensible worlds, we see above all a
    • feelings are for myself alone. What is seen of me externally is my
    • We see here how moral and aesthetic concepts merge when the higher
    • help it? Seeing it thus in the world of the senses we should be quite
    • We may seek counsel with ourselves to find out how many bad points
    • our selfishness and egoism. When, through this, one comes to see how
    • believe it, for did he not see it all? But he did not see what he
    • would have seen had he done what I have just described. Had he acted
    • in this way he would at once have seen the truth: It is beautiful when
    • language of the super-sensible world, it will no longer seem natural
    • all on crossing over; they must be left behind. So you see how at the
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    • bliss. Such things must be gone into because in them lie the seeds of
    • acquired of seeing some fact or being of the etheric world —
    • well, you then see just this being. Assume that you are so far
    • prepared that you see this one being, or perhaps also a second being.
    • Then, if you maintain the same power, you will probably see the two
    • difficult. But you will not easily see anything more. If you let the
    • see the same. In short, the etheric world is not like the physical
    • world. Once the eyes are prepared for the physical world, they see all
    • that it is possible to see; if the ears are prepared, they hear
    • up a connection, a relation, with what you have once seen, for which
    • being, or it can wait until it is prepared for seeing other beings.
    • the point of seeing some being or process cannot at once find his
    • that lead one on; they become the forces of the seer. What I have
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    • living oneself into the etheric body seems like a flowing out, as it
    • and also the beings. But when in the astral body we are seeing into
    • seem to be almost vanishing, so indistinct do they become — the
    • in order to bring about the first steps of initiation will see to it
    • of the hall, seeing everything that is here. He would say that here is
    • exactly, man feels himself within the higher worlds and sees beings of
    • senses.” At this stage one sees for the first time what man,
    • spirit-land one sees the whole being of Christ Jesus! So that, looking
    • earth. But he sees it first with its soul quality unless he can
    • described. It is only Christ Jesus that he may and should see at the
    • forward he sees himself surrounded by nothing but what is of a soul
    • hand, and on the other of mortality and immortality. We have seen how
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    • quick ascent into higher worlds, there always seems to enter what, in
    • endeavours seek such phenomena as are governed by laws different from
    • seeks other connections in our sensory existence than this existence
    • task. It can be a lesson to anyone interested in seeing how, simply by
    • The self-seeking strivings of every human soul that we regard as human
    • soul but the seed of all the greatness in the whole world evolution of
    • We must seek the attributes of Lucifer in the being Lucifer whom we
    • Ahriman an accommodating companion; he is always seeking to make what
    • until then we cannot see him — and show him the tendency that
    • So once more we see how what emanates from Ahriman cannot, in itself,
    • to take up the right attitude toward them. This necessity for seeking
    • able only to judge as one would who has simply seen something. Thus, I
    • glass. Then, if you look at the sheet of glass you will not see it.
    • Even if it is not seen, something like a fog is projected onto what
    • to seeing in super-sensible worlds, and how much consolation and
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    • that this is not so. It is true that one can see, observe, discover
    • a description, but it is still true to say that only he who can see
    • existence understanding must come after seeing. That is by no means
    • the case in higher worlds. Those who seek there, can draw out that for
    • which they seek, put it into the forms and concepts of human ideas,
    • understanding of them, even though one is quite incapable of seeing
    • world. Understanding precedes seeing, is in no way influenced by it,
    • effort is made by those who seek the way of the science of the spirit
    • see that the book trade is flooded with the most immature productions
    • crossed by the spiritual seer, all that still remains of certain
    • taking ourselves to task during the period when we are seeing into the
    • surrounds us in the sensory world shall we be able to see,
    • suppose that this relation of a spiritual seer, who is about to be
    • kind to be present, and the one who was a spiritual seer was wishing
    • eyes of the spiritual seer, pictures of the past and future of this
    • Mohammad, or Confucius. Everywhere we see that, quite as a matter of
    • you will see how essential it is to have some understanding of what
    • on the walls between each window. As you pass the first mirror you see
    • your face; where there is no mirror you do not see your face, but, as
    • you go on you again see it for there is another mirror that throws its
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    • body of light. As regards thought, one sees at this time in this body
    • stage of consciousness is one where one sees this personified karma
    • necessity for being and for decay. We see the Beings causing both and
    • we see the skeleton which they have created. For all this a whole
    • when we have arrived at the true goal of these lectures you will see
    • us. It may be that when we hear a piece of music or see a painting we
    • spheres of human soul-life another distinction may be seen, even
    • he would see at various times and in various ways, how the intention
    • always affects what a person sees spiritually. It is not the
    • for the dead person and his destiny, in order to see what he desires
    • to see in connection with him. The rest of the spiritual world
    • what a man sees in the spiritual world, depends upon his intention.
    • consciousness regarding what it sees in the spiritual world, may vary
    • seen quite correctly what he did see, according to the purpose in him
    • clairvoyant consciousness sees when it enters into the spiritual
    • around us with our senses and think about what we see with our
    • etc., and at one point in this world we see ourselves as a very small
    • extent, the tiny being, the man, who formerly seemed to stand in the
    • At first one sees only what one
    • sound in a certain way. One does not see the ears as one does in the
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    • longer sees the spirit-world, he is a sense body, where Spirits watch
    • last lectures we tried to describe what the human soul first sees
    • And now I might mention one thing, from which you will see how one
    • transcends what the senses can see, what the intellect which is
    • be able to see this temple of humanity, this high ideal of humanity.
    • above, it is impossible for him not to see the aim of the Gods, for
    • really strive towards what we see there. Into our willing-feeling,
    • to desire to tread the path towards the ideal we see.
    • Thus we see that everything in
    • distant point of time we see the ideal of humanity; but the forces
    • rebirth; as we follow our life further and further and see the ideal
    • body in order that he may not see what Lucifer wishes to put before
    • sees the world by means of his bodily senses and his bodily
    • intellect, he does not see what he might otherwise strive after in
    • see it; he sees this world of Spiritual Beings and spiritual events
    • which exists behind the world which we see with our senses and
    • of the world as is good for us; for if we were to see beyond the
    • see consciously into the spiritual world. They work in such a manner
    • we are unable consciously to see and investigate, when we try to
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    • say: ‘Here I see a human being; I know that he has the
    • sensation of red. But I see that this red which is in his
    • Here again, you see from this
    • From this you may see what a
    • see through, if it were not for the mirroring substance spread on it.
    • Inspirations and Intuitions, you would then see through the physical
    • whole body and we thereby see ourselves in the physical world. It is
    • We now see for the first time the
    • because if that which remains hidden from us were to be seen from the
    • physical plane, we could not bear it. Seen from the physical plane it
    • the surface, we should see before us the ‘Imagination’ of
    • Thus you see I have presented to
    • just as surely as the seed for the following year lives in the plant.
    • Thus we do not only speak of a soul-seed in a general way, but we can
    • even comprehend this soul-seed in its fourfold nature. When we have a
    • man were he able to see it directly, without the necessary
    • soul — like a seed — that could carry on the life of the
    • who as Initiates were able to see the human soul and who saw it in
    • vision from within, these did not say, ‘Man alone sees this’;
    • darkness should spread more and more. The possibility of seeing
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    • must seem astonishing and strange, so that we might easily think that
    • a person, when met with after his death, one sees wisdom stream
    • seeing the truth before us. But we are in such a condition that this
    • on the other, allow us to see into the abuses of existence in order
    • able for a very long time to think of seeing clairvoyantly for
    • Science he will see that without doing anything else than filling
    • to one instinctively from seeing the picture of the illness. But the
    • From this example you will see
    • of wisdom the answer to these questions. We have not to seek the
    • dreamy form, because it is a seeing into the spiritual world —
    • we see that the conditions in the spiritual world depend upon
    • Thus we see that it depends upon
    • between cause and effect; for in a certain way one may see the father
    • thought, it develops one thought out of another; it seeks for what
    • investigation, or through death. If in our present age we seek to
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 5: Between Death and the 'Cosmic Midnight Hour'
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    • solid, material earth, to see there the beings belonging to the
    • mineral, vegetable and animal kingdoms, to see the mountains, rivers,
    • see is an illusion. There above us is the blue vault of the heavens,
    • with the fact that we cannot do otherwise than see it; we see a blue
    • the physical body, he has left all that he was able to see by means
    • sees the broken egg-shell — the world which had previously
    • manner that we know: There thou seest all, because the star shining
    • the cause of thy being able to see what is outspread before thee, as
    • in their place we see emerge a vast number of elemental beings out of
    • thoughts, which we had in life as memory-thoughts, only seem to be
    • of our physical body, we see all this treasure of memory as a living
    • old and we should see it clearly. These elemental beings themselves
    • beings, which surrounded us during life and which we see at death, we
    • at first after death, but we see as an outer world that to which we
    • something which is not fully born. This can be seen clearly after
    • our elemental creations, we gradually attain to seeing the elemental
    • beings of others; it is possible for us now to see the thoughts of
    • others as elemental beings. We see the thoughts that live in the soul
    • see the thoughts of the other, whereas now we can. But we have need
    • You see, it is a development of a
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    • life. We see our past pleasures and we have the alternative of
    • Before and after the 'world midnight' we see again the friends we
    • Mystery Plays. More people must see the etheric Christ. The Spirit
    • us to see an external world of a particular kind. The external world
    • we then see is our own past, which has run its course through
    • life. We can survey these joys and sorrows, but we see what we have
    • appears to us; we see it with respect to what it has made of us.
    • From this you see once more, spiritual events interact with what
    • a different way, as pain and sorrow, it is seen on the spiritual
    • existence, we see clearly in these human beings what we owe to them
    • manner in which they come before us, we see by what new experience on
    • human beings we see, as it were, the activities which in the future
    • so changes during this time, that as often as we see him (and we see
    • canst only see quite clearly the effect of a lie in the cosmos. What
    • Thus you see the whole spiritual
    • to see into human experience, how profoundly it teaches us to
    • wishes to look back at his loved ones on the earth, he cannot see
    • His spiritual eyes cannot see what they are now experiencing below
    • worlds. Before such a person can see the matter quite clearly, he has
    • necessary forces with which to see clearly that the souls he has left
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    • — these are what Spiritual Science leads us to seek.
    • theorists. The only way is to seek for direct personal contact with
    • yourselves: Nothing seems clearer to me in the whole context of man's
    • but nothing, also, seems clearer than that men stand tragically at a
    • strength. Today we can look for no revelations unless we seek them
    • transition; the point is to see what is involved in a particular
    • Through Spiritual Science we seek not merely to entertain thoughts
    • soul. But — strange as it may seem — these primal aims
    • men's help. To-day it is men who must seek out the gods; by their own
    • various realms of the soul. Above all we must seek to deepen social
    • beings are in a certain sense driven apart, and they have to seek
    • learn about this. From a purely external point of view you can see
    • impressions. And these are like fertile seeds planted in us —
    • seeds for the growth of a true knowledge of man. Whoever undertakes
    • hidden from a person who pays attention only to himself, who seeks
    • need to see clearly. This is a special characteristic of our time: we
    • of our age you may see how a social impulse, in the broadest
    • life becomes fruitful only when age seeks its highest goal through
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    • needs which cause people to seek each other out; people are united by
    • seeks deeper understanding, is a fact to be kept in mind — a
    • You see, however hard one may try to discover, with the most exact
    • super-sensible. But when the purely earthly State seeks to make itself
    • State seeks to assume responsibility for religious life, or for
    • earthly affairs arrogates to itself the spiritual — and seeks
    • also, as we shall see later, to assimilate economic life. The
    • person — quite understandably — to seek in spiritual life
    • seeds (if I may use this image) of the experiences that will be his
    • You see: to grasp
    • You see, it is
    • in this group), as you can see from the fact that many official
    • nothing less will make it right!” You see, a definite untruth
    • of your brethren, therein you are seeking Myself.”
    • innate idealism of youth, we must see to it that in human society
    • abstract ways to the Christ; ask for these concrete ways. Seek to
    • developing social interest for the thoughts of other men. Seek also
    • things! It strikes one like a solemn warning, when one seeks the
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    • and perceptions, to see into the heart of social affairs. In this
    • and see clearly” (he says, referring to his earlier remarks),
    • widely permeated by materialistic ideas — and yet we see that
    • So you see
    • made to seem so, indeed: but this seeming results in pain and
    • deeply engraved, in so many more will the feeling awake: we must seek
    • reflection, however, must be seen in its true significance. We
    • thought right through, you come to see that the State represents the
    • precisely in it’s seeking to comprise only what belongs to our
    • depths of this work come the seeds of certain sympathies which are
    • before birth, so are the depths of economic life a seed-ground for
    • soul-life, into the world of the spirit, in order there to seek for
    • [See:
    • You see, that is why
    • social order, from other ways of thinking? You see, these other ways
    • not seek only the way to the super-sensible world and to the world of
    • justice, will see to it that whatever a man acquires, beyond his own
    • seen any longer in the right light. I have often pointed out how in
    • us strength to see through the reality of the material, external
    • looks at things, that he is seeing them in the light of the spirit.
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    • seeks to approach Nature from three vantage-points. In the first
    • problematical for Goethe. He did not like to see the many concrete
    • themselves express their secrets. He nowhere seeks to recur from the
    • is a pure and simple fact. And upon facts like this he seeks to base
    • considerable light on what is seeking to come into our Science by way
    • things we really must reach clarity. You see, dear Friends, along the
    • confuse what can still be seen in purely mathematical ways, and what
    • thinking, even then we shall have to ask — and seek the answer
    • doubt it seems an ultimate ideal to the Science of today, to
    • “Nature” under this influence seemed to him a void
    • dawning insight that these things must change. People begin to see
    • play an active, helpful part in the development of culture, must seek
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    • side of this formula. You see in it the mass. You see from the
    • see, when I write v2, therein I have something
    • — that is to say, puts us partially to sleep. You see then, why
    • liquid it displaces. You see therefore that when a body is in a
    • in man's own constitution. Our brain, you see, weighs on the average
    • counteracts the force of gravity. You see then how the diverse ways
    • then see upon the one hand the lightening into Intelligence, brought
    • as it were, by the downward pressure, we see men being put to sleep.
    • speculation it seeks to find its way across into the realm of matter,
    • is overwhelmed by the weight of matter. See then this memberment of
    • also come to meet us. In fact we cannot say that we see the light as
    • such. With the help of the light we see the colours, but it would not
    • be true to say we see the light itself, — though we shall yet
    • have to speak of how and why it is that we see the so-called white
    • virtue of the light that is pouring in, we see an illuminated
    • it. When I remove the shutter, you see a luminous circle on the wall.
    • you see that the patch of light is no longer down there, where it was
    • see a peculiar phenomenon: — at the upper edge of it you see a
    • bluish-greenish light. You see the patch with a bluish edge
    • therefore. Below, you see the edge is reddish-yellow.
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    • so: If then the light is analyzed by the prism, I shall see it so on
    • yonder wall. He really expected to see the light in seven colours.
    • But the only place where he could see any colour at all was at some
    • Here we have cut it out very neatly; you see a pretty fair circle.
    • primary phenomenon. We are no longer seeing the original phenomenon
    • the given facts. However, as you have seen, in these phenomena not
    • to get an image. You see then how the double prism treats the light.
    • What do we see from
    • We see a kind of interaction between them. Taking our start from what
    • apart, — will have been widened. We see too how this widening
    • to begin with, I can look down at the object and see it in this
    • IIIc). I look and see it in a certain direction. Such is the
    • might expect to see the same as before, but I do not. A peculiar
    • thing happens. I see the object lifted to some extent. I see it, and
    • facts? Having previously seen the thing in this direction, I expect
    • to find it there again. Yet when I look, I do not see it there but in
    • have to do so, comes to expression in that I do not see right down as
    • difficult for me to see through the water than through the air; the
    • Here now you see it
    • sighting force of the eye. It is at such points that you see most
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    • plate which is in some way dim or cloudy, then what would seem to me
    • directly, you will see it black, but if you interpose a trough of
    • can be seen on every hand if we once accustom ourselves to think more
    • drawing of the phenomenon (see
    • to a screen and seeing the picture projected there, we put our eye in
    • see the aperture, through which the cylinder of light is produced,
    • have the following phenomenon: Looking along here, I see what would
    • in a downward direction by the prism. At the same time I see it
    • What then do you see
    • in this case? Watch what you see, state it simply and then connect it
    • what you actually see will emerge in all detail. Only you must hold
    • to what is really seen. For if you are looking thus into the bright
    • you — you see something light, namely the cylinder of light
    • itself, but you are seeing it through dark. (That there is something
    • at what is light; here therefore you should be seeing yellow or
    • bright the cylinder of light itself may be, you still see it through
    • therefore, you are looking at dark through light and you will see
    • — it tells you what you actually see. Your eye is here
    • encountered by what you would be seeing in the other instance. Here
    • lighted up. However light the cylinder of light may be, you see it
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    • is at one place a far more intense yellow line, making the rest seem
    • you will presently see, the elements we are compiling will pave the
    • it with our eyes. For it is possible to see the spectrum in this way
    • through here, and, looking into it, we see it thus refracted. (The
    • the following experiment. You now see the complete spectrum projected
    • disulphide, this light is extinguished. You see the spectrum clearly
    • see the violet on the one side, the reddish-yellow on the other. In
    • carbon disulphide — you see the complete spectrum divided into
    • two portions; you only see the two poles on either hand.
    • Concerning the relation of the colours to the bodies we see around us
    • namely the way we see what we call “coloured bodies”
    • behind, the oil will seem to be shining with a bluish light —
    • transparent body. Look at the chlorophyll from behind: we see
    • we see the mutual relation between the light and the chlorophyll.
    • is really there. This then, to some extent, is our procedure. We see
    • to us, — that is the essential thing. Here once again you see
    • these lectures we have seen how colours arise — and that in
    • they subsist, in the so-called bodies. We see the ghostly, spectral
    • seeing spectres; it hovers, fleeting, in space. Such colours
    • realise that when and wheresoever you see colours, with your
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    • of glass, seen in cross-section (
    • What did they teach you of the phenomenon you see when you observe
    • this particular direction, — see the
    • Simply by looking through the glass and comparing what you see with
    • light” is seen through the denser medium.) Here then again, at
    • would appear if we were not seeing it through a refracting medium;
    • portions of what we see. Not only the lighter parts, the darker too
    • since one end of it is lighter we see this shifted too. Placing