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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • any respect whatever, nor neglect his daily duties in any sense, nor
    • closely acquainted with his pupil, not in the ordinary sense of the
    • word but in a spiritual sense. While the occult teacher need not know
    • birth of soul and spirit, not in a figurative, allegorical sense, but
    • as a fact in the literal sense of the word. Even in this area a birth
    • negates itself in a sense in like manner as the snake that curls up
    • to which you can surrender yourself so that you can sense how a given
    • or one who is prone to senseless judgment or apt to fall prey to any
    • a person of common sense wire only devotes himself to disciplined
    • superstition in the world of sense reality, it soon tends to be
    • corrected by sense reality itself. If, however, a person does not
    • person must be able to tear himself away from all sense impressions,
    • from what flows into him through his eyes, ears and his sense of touch.
    • this inner silence, this shedding of all sense impressions has
    • occurred, all memory of past sense impressions must in addition be
    • world, one must have sense organs for this soul world just as one has
    • sense organs for the material world. Like the body, which possesses
    • are called chakrams in esoteric language. These are the sense organs
    • All this must be taken in the sense of broad outlines. They are
    • needs personal instruction should be understood in the sense that
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • everyday events. People consider it, in both a good and a bad sense,
    • most eminent sense, participated and participates in
    • culture has become, in the greatest sense, a male culture
    • human knowledge is a nonsense. One should rather ask: Is it not
    • spiritual-scientific sense, we speak of a second body of man's being.
    • and gains an intimation that behind the existence of the senses there
    • being. One senses this precisely in the age of this masculine
    • It is nonsense to
    • way, and in the true Goethean sense, when one says: He who knew
    • truly practical sense understand it spiritual-scientifically, will
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • place in the physical sense world, is only the external aspect of
    • a sense, plants also breathe but their breathing process has a
    • utilized in a sense to direct counter-effects against what external
    • more apt he will be to develop a sense for wider horizons and he
    • matters only with common sense, he can tell from the look in a
    • restricted sense, it has little to do with the individual
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • that in his present physical existence man is, in a certain sense,
    • purely external way, for we know that we can wake in the occult sense
    • an awakening of our spiritual senses. In the night, of course, we are
    • man actually sleeps by day, that is to say he is not in the real sense
    • these dreams in the usual sense, dreams which permeate
    • with undimmed senses they will know that there is an etheric body that
    • refers to it in the same sense; he has written two very interesting
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • is completely false. In one sense, spiritual science aims to develop
    • external senses, but from the world of the spirit. Questions
    • the second. When, in this second period of life, our senses weaken,
    • their senses away from the external world and thus eventually to enter
    • by sleep, when sense impressions cease. The soul of the pupil was led
    • sense impressions. After pursuing his exercises for a long time, the
    • with the world of the senses, I do not really live within my full
    • withdrawing from the sense world and entering the spiritual world he
    • universe. In not a bad but a good sense, he was beside himself. He
    • this proud sense of self was indispensable to their experience of the
    • and dark for us. The same reasoning applies to the other senses. They
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • In a certain sense as preparation this Mystery, as I have already
    • a certain sense he might also have been able to give out what he had
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • spiritual world, and we have in a sense, three Mysteries of Golgotha that
    • life. If the same degree of selfishness could take over our senses, it would
    • be a great misfortune because our senses now work in our bodies in a
    • the other senses. Let us assume that our eyes were self-seeking. What
    • same with the other senses.
    • In our senses unselfishness reigns, but they would never have reached
    • impression — and it would have been the same with the other senses
    • quieting and harmonizing of our senses so that today we can use them
    • the selfish senses in man. That was the first step leading to the Mystery of
    • I am so placed in the world that I can look at it around me, my senses being
    • realize that it is not ourselves, but Christ within our senses Who enables
    • most comprehensive sense, that we say, “Not I, but Christ in me.”
    • human ego or I. In the Lemurian age the sense organs would have
    • can come to true unselfishness. The senses have said, “Not I, but
    • aesthetic sense. Every experience with this person, whether of teaching
    • the human sense, life and psychic organs unselfish. It is now man's task
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • different field from the external sense-perceptible field covered by
    • science in the sense that any unprejudiced person trained in natural
    • upon anything perceptible to external senses, but rather upon
    • of the senses ebbs away. Then we lose consciousness. In concentration,
    • as in sleep, our senses must be wholly shut off from all impressions
    • purely inner consciousness. From then on, he can make sense of a
    • learn to make sense of the statement, “You are experiencing yourself
    • senses. Objections that we might easily be deceiving ourselves, that
    • senses, a world where spiritual actualities and beings surround us.
    • of his awakening spiritual senses, just as he finds his way into his
    • physical surroundings with the help of his external senses.
    • of the senses to calculate the course of the stars and the particular
    • prophets in the old sense will simply be laughed at. Spiritual science
    • thing? We get a sense of why he said it when we see in reading Plato,
    • to leave the world of the senses and gain entry into the world of the
    • he returned forty crowns instead of thirty, we're talking nonsense,
    • sense of belonging toward the Christ-Sun as the center of our
    • science knows that we can trust our sense for truth. Through the
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • The war could be interpreted, in this sense, to be inevitable because
    • sleep-like state. He has not yet perceived with his senses what is
    • physical body. For this reason man overcomes his sense of national
    • terrible of all wars. In a certain sense, this war is the karma of
    • co-exist in the same geographic area and share a sense of commonalty
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • narrower senses, associations of human beings who are known to one
    • only for the existence known to the senses and for the existence that
    • purpose of spiritual science is to prepare in this sense for the sixth
    • its true spiritual sense. We find ourselves together in working groups
    • the full sense, allowing the individual to grow out of and beyond
    • be understood in the right sense. Understood in the wrong sense it may
    • the world. If we, with our senses, behold the evil and wickedness, we
    • our senses, how can we believe in a divine world, since a divine world
    • can certainly not exhibit evil! But the senses perceive evil
    • almost word for word: Look at the world with your ordinary senses; try
    • would be absurd! Death exists. Knowledge acquired through the senses
    • we see therein only evil, wickedness, degeneration, senselessness. If
    • risen the world would be senseless, therefore Christ has risen.”
    • when I say, if Christ had not risen the world would be senseless;
    • three, or seven, or many are united in this sense in the Name of
    • sense acknowledge Christ as their Brother, are themselves sisters and
    • work in the sense of spiritual science, to that extent I know full
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • same way in which we now conform ourselves to the sense-perceptions
  • 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
    • sense has this soul life within the outer physical world? A perfectly
    • a certain sense those who are conscious of the riddles presented by life in
    • speak of human life. It may be said that natural science has in a sense
    • means of the senses alone, and of the intellect bound fast to the senses.
    • he appears to the senses, and to the intellect guided by those senses, and
    • senses, the physical external man, there exists a super-physical man,
    • active and alive within the man of the senses and alone capable of
    • preventing the sense man from becoming a decaying corpse at any moment. For
    • appears to outer sense observation. But for this sensible observation, what
    • disappeared within the plant world, in a certain sense, returning to the
    • in a certain sense with the alternations in human experience brought about
    • evolution of the earth to what sense perception beholds in earth life. But
    • in the world of sense. It is the special evolutionary task of the earth
    • region which still reveals itself through the senses. It is a super-sensible
    • and spiritual forces into which we grow even as through our senses we
    • grow into the world of sense. But in the act of learning to know the spiritual
    • Fidei, as soon as we understand this concept in the correct sense of the
    • the sense world, but it does perceive what has occurred in the spiritual
    • Events perceptible by the senses, can as such, when they cannot enter
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • course be talking nonsense, though it cannot he disputed that the
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • presents itself to the senses, but in the total situation, when one
    • the social demands of the present. They can in a certain sense be seen
    • evolution in our time. It is simply sheer nonsense to say that the
    • anthroposophical movement is that we, in a sense, carry into the whole
    • course of time. If we try to develop a sense of the debt we owe to
    • opening-up of a new sense in our souls, a sense which enables us to gain a
    • is the archetypal phenomenon of social science in Goethe's sense. This
    • connection with the world of sense experience into the future age of
    • world of sense — this struggle which conditions all that calls forth
    • humanity with sickness and death in the broadest sense, as injurious,
    • sense we should always remember that we do not work against, but
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • to be understood in the spiritual sense. In telling this story I have
    • all the vapid nonsense that has been uttered of late, the theosophical
    • account — that it is impregnated in the best sense with soul but
    • to grasp, with a due sense of the tragedy of it: this brilliant
    • achieving the transition from the sense-world into the super-sensible
    • says to himself: I perceive through my senses: they are indeed
    • and senses — and there he stops. Further observation will, of course,
    • the nerves and senses is altogether different from what can be known
    • of it in physical existence. The nerves-and-senses life, everything
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • The world of the senses and the world in which we work and live socially
    • forces by means of our ordinary senses nor by means of our intellect
    • bound to our ordinary senses. We perceive only what is in the realm of
    • Thus we have the sense world, super-sensible forces and subsensible
    • not eat in a physiological sense until we understand it. I told you once,
    • everything. Now it is essential for people really to develop a sense for the
    • nonsense. You can understand people saying it is pure nonsense. Why, it
    • developing ideas about a world that is not limited to the senses will also
    • will be good people in a social sense, and anti-social people will be
    • sense for super-sensible knowledge. And the realm in which super-sensible
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • differentiations, is an organism in the same sense as the solid organism,
    • in it, in a very special sense, the Chemical Ether which streams in
    • 'fluid' in a certain sense. And as well as the fluid organism we have
    • body in a still deeper sense through the knowledge of being within it
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • the real sense — we saw that this must be regarded as only one of
    • speak, still dark light, in the sense that the seed of a plant is not
    • tone and, in a certain sense, even the source of light. This is
    • in the chemical sense. For tone works in the chemical sense by
    • should not be man in the true sense. Because the universe dies in us,
    • becomes in itself a source of morality in the higher sense. But what
    • sphere of the moral in the universal sense. — All the ideas we
    • the universe in the sense of the Copernican system — this is
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • we Man in the truest sense. Consider too, how everything that
    • sense.
    • more. Our thoughts are pictures in this same sense.
    • lived through in the real sense between death and a new birth, and
    • in a certain sense, during the life between birth and death.
    • man is a threefold being: as nerve-and-sense man he is the bearer of
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • expressed this in a certain sense very radically when he said that he had
    • Today, however, we will consider something which stood, in a sense, at the
    • sense explained in that book we are permitted to point out a spiritual
    • in a Christian sense. For the Egyptians, Osiris was a kind of
    • sun being had been lost in a sense, and must be found again. We cannot
    • may be sunk into the earth. No, in a sense, we must find the Isis legend
    • we will experience in a true sense what humankind in many of its
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • appeals more to the feeling and in a certain sense is the most popular
    • popular in the same sense as the Christmas festival.
    • knows only the purely sense-perceptible aspect of things. This
    • different from that of to-day. Our astronomy is in a certain sense
    • planet. By means of an inner soul-language, in a certain sense, they
    • sensed when he felt mathematics to be like great poetry —
    • And looking at our external sense-knowledge, which is merely a
    • ministers of Christianity in the official sense are the most remote
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • in modern times, drawing indeed, in a certain sense, the ultimate
    • herself in her external aspect to his senses and his intellect? It is,
    • in the act of sense-perception. For him thought was also, in a manner
    • speaking, sense-perception. Red, blue, G, C sharp — these are for us
    • sense-perceptions; but thought we ourselves produce by inner activity.
    • we get red, green, G, C sharp from sense-perception, so did he get the
    • the feeling of freedom, that sense of freedom which is in reality a
    • is a reproduction of what we perceive with the external senses. Man
    • senses, has contributed to the achievements of thought. In olden times
    • far we go in the knowledge we acquire from sense-observation and the
    • for thought the kind of beholding we use outwardly in sense
    • dim, by comparison. For a sense of self, for an experience of self,
    • In deep sleep we have in a sense lost our own being; we pass through
    • the development of the experience of freedom. Here, in a sense, we
    • the old sense of the word. The men of olden times believed they would
    • for sense-perception and leaves the inner being of Nature beyond the
    • atomistic conceptions, that we lose all sense of the “whole”
    • sense-perception in combination with the results of intellectual
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • mental images of the workings of our will and in this sense are
    • itself out in the antipathies — taking the word in the widest sense
    • through a sense of well-being or comfort — all this weaving activity
    • can surge even higher — into the domain of the senses. When negative
    • judgment surges into the domain of the senses, what is the result? The
    • To all the twelve senses it would be correct to apply what has here
    • of the senses? I We have spoken of organic activity, activity of the
    • between the senses and the outer world is in truth no longer our own
    • still felt his thoughts as we today feel sense-impressions, he was
    • their senses.
    • In this sense Constantine and Julian the Apostate are two symbols of
    • that is nonsense — but that it is a mere reflector which cannot
    • the spiritual sense, light streams out from Saturn, Jupiter, Mercury,
    • Persia with their instinctive wisdom, and in this sense the sun was
    • and destiny. But in a spiritual sense it had become known to those
    • nature-knowledge in the best sense — only then will an important
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • printed material can take it in the fullest sense as containing what
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • on in his environment. Later on it is only in the sense organs that
    • we have a process imitating in a certain sense what is going on in the
    • senses. But this restriction of the imitative principle to the
    • the senses are during the rest of human life. The child is still in
    • behave no longer like a sense organ but to assimilate something in the
    • observed by anyone with an unbiased sense of truth. But they are
    • characterized by all that we see with the senses and understand with
    • of the senses. Then, other structures slip into the breathing
    • first place that every single organ bears within it, in a sense, an
    • The heart is an exception, in a certain sense. Here, too, an astral
    • sense. And while you have an astral formation around the etheric and
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • that is elaborated, in a certain sense, by man himself in pre-earthly
    • nay also with his sense of the connection between this physical body
    • his “spiritual sense of being” in the universe. And this spiritual
    • sense of being depends upon maintenance of the threads proceeding from
    • create a substitute for his healthy sense of being — and he does so,
    • sense of being “out of the common.” But even here he has fallen
    • For this purely spiritual sense of being that we find existing with
    • What is it that can strengthen man in this sense of being? In earthly
    • establishes man's true and original sense of existence so firmly as a
    • his words — this helps to consolidate the sense of existence that is
    • body — with this, indeed, the sense of being is connected. There is,
    • The sense of the reality of the etheric body is strengthened by the
    • real experience, we are, in a sense, living rightly in the physical
    • body. A highly developed sense of beauty gives us a right relation to
    • civilization, Man cannot be truly man if he has no sense of beauty. It
    • is so, indeed; for to possess a sense of beauty is to acknowledge the
    • reality of the etheric body. To have no sense of beauty is to
    • an inner sense of the arch of my brow as in the temple!” Inwardly
    • is absent can possess no real sense of truth and truthfulness. But
    • when this sense is highly developed, it binds man strongly to the
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  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • into his capacity of intellectual thinking in its narrower sense, which
    • in the full sense of the word if I give myself over to chance. Chance has
    • myself to karma. I am only man, in the full sense of being man, if I take
    • conviction that man does not belong to the earth in the same sense as do
    • panorama of past life spread out before us. In a sense this consciousness
    • not even feel that he was man in the fullest sense. He felt that he was more a
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • preearthly life. In a certain sense it is then sent down as spiritual
    • In a certain sense, then,
    • In a certain sense, then,
    • us, a stream that flows directly from the ego into the nerve-sense
    • most of the sense organs are concentrated, but I should actually draw
    • this stream in such a way that it spreads out over the skin-senses,
    • pathways, proceeding from the senses, a delicate death process
    • pathways up to the senses. Thus when we examine the human being as we
    • senses, and therefore also into the skin, and encounters the other
    • nerve-sense process, where the ego takes hold of the physical
    • death process is the nerve-sense process, and a weakened process of
    • that too much activity is developed from the nerve-sense
    • say that, in a certain sense, what lies above the physical in the
    • nerve-sense activity, which goes through the whole body, stimulates
    • of the breakdown system, the nerve-sense system, is insufficient to
    • a significant extent. In a certain sense they already approach the
    • sense, for what anthroposophy is striving to realize for the health
    • similar to that of the nerve-sense system: A. The ether
    • centripetally active [force] — of the nerve-sense
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • system of the physical being is the nerve-sense system which is primarily
    • arms are continued inwardly. Thus we can now distinguish the nerve-sense
    • What matters is not that the nerve-sense system is only in the head. It is
    • Now both these systems, the first and the third, the nerve-sense system
    • opposite activity in the head, in the nerve-sense system, when the person
    • system intensifies so much that it extends right up to the nerve-sense
    • metabolic-limb system reaches over to the nerve-sense system. Then you
    • nerve-sense system.
    • breaks through to the nerve-sense system so that the nerves and senses
    • intensive in the nerve-sense system, and which is completely opposite to
    • the metabolic process, can in a certain sense also break through to the
    • metabolic system. Consequently an enhanced nerve-sense process takes
    • nerve-sense process should be active. Thus what belongs to the head, as it
    • illness develops out of a healthy process. If our head, with its nerve-sense
    • balance between the two opposed polar activities of the nerve-sense
    • to speak, the nerve-sense organization, which is primarily subject to the
    • nerve-sense system, which the organism through the nerve-sense system
    • the senses actually should do is supported by the remedy, which is
    • then a weak activity in the nerve-sense system is supported so that it then
    • works with the proper strength. Now if this nerve-sense activity becomes
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  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • our life; in a sense, we only supplement them by what accrues to us
    • which is its physical, sense-perceptible manifestation.
    • educated people, the true scholars, in the Oriental sense. No doubt
    • this remnant of an ancient wisdom no longer belongs, in the best sense
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • sense in which we have described it here. Let us direct our gaze to beings
    • we are accustomed to call “stars” in the external, physical sense
    • and intimate sense — in another way now than when he was on Earth as a
    • sense-reality, whatever the eye can see and recognise as beautiful — all
    • receive the Michael Thought in the sense of what a faithful follower of
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • printed material can take it in the fullest sense as containing what
    • deeper sense of a knowledge of man and of man's conception of the
    • — we may indeed say it in the real sense of the word —
    • one of those who belonged, in this sense, to the initiates. But
    • intellect. Men possessed a comparatively weaker sense of life when
    • an exoteric, historical sense, needs an esoteric Christianity —
    • single human being to that which constitutes, in an esoteric sense,
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • difficult to find a concept of guilt in this sense in any of his
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • striving to prepare in man the sense for the Form of the future —
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • senses transmit. He demanded that thought should be emancipated from
    • emancipate himself from all sense-perception?” He considered this
    • the senses to work upon him, the residues of sensuous perception still
    • of the senses, he simply faces nothingness — the absolute
    • there exists no thought free from sense-perception. They say,
    • sense-perceptions.” This statement holds good, however, only for
    • has built for him organs of sense), then his thought ceases to remain
    • empty when it rids itself of the contents of sense-perception. It was
    • precisely such a mind emancipated from sense-perception and yet
    • life in the World of Ideas emancipated from sense-perception. The
    • sense-perceptible, but they are not exhaustively contained in it. They
    • hover over innumerable, manifold sense-perceptible forms. When I think
    • mathematically, I do indeed think about something my senses can
    • sense-perception. It is not the material circle which teaches me the
    • sense-perceptible form leads me beyond itself; it can only be for me a
    • sense-perception what is spiritual. From the mathematical figure I can
    • learn to know super-sensible facts by way of the sense-world. This was
    • “Learn to emancipate thyself from the senses by mathematics,
    • independently of the senses”: this was what Plato strove to
    • sense-perception in the same way as he is able to think mathematically
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  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • may be compared with the animal nature in this sense. The dead,
    • and the other towards the South. It would be considered pure nonsense
    • described as nonsense in the case of the magnetic needle is accepted
    • contact with the spiritual world in the general sense, when we acquire
    • asleep and awaking is just as important. In the real sense, the human
    • idea is this. In the spiritual sense, what is ‘past’ has not
    • that, in the higher sense, these things that happen after each other
    • saying that in the spiritual sense we do not lose them, they remain
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • other sense organs perceive what takes place in the world around
    • I sense the activity through this nerve, but I become aware of it in
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • Topics included are: Enlivening the Sense Processes and Ensouling
    • Logic and the Sense for Reality.
    • THE SENSE-ORGANS
    • the world through the realm of his senses and the organs of his
    • sense-perceptible. For we have seen that here in the physical world
    • reaction of higher activities and higher connections. The sense of
    • touch and the Life-sense, as they are now, we have had to regard as
    • the Ego-sense, the Thought-sense and the Speech-sense.
    • with the senses which serve the bodily organism only in an internal
    • way; the sense of Movement, the sense of Balance, the sense of Smell,
    • the sense of Taste, to a certain extent even the sense of Sight. We
    • have had to accustom ourselves to regard these senses as a shadowy
    • emphasised that through the sense of Movement we move in the
    • experience after death. The sense of Balance does not only keep us in
    • spiritual world. It is similar with the other senses; the senses of
    • into the physical world, we cannot look to the higher senses for
    • explanations, but have to turn to those realms of the senses which
    • are so great. Many things that are in a higher spiritual sense
    • processes in the realms of the senses which are responsible for
    • here. For instance, we have said: the realms of the senses, as they
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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • find, in a certain sense, the direction for his life. These four are
    • natural necessity. It includes everything produced by the sense-nature
    • Opposed to the influence of the senses there is another — the
    • one-sided way either the influence of the senses or that of reason,
    • practise it as a law of his own nature. The necessity of the senses he
    • and the necessity of the senses were constantly achieved, Schiller
    • working in a sense-perceptible medium. And he would produce something
    • activity of shaping it. He must spiritualise the sense-perceptible by
    • and when all that comes from the senses is permeated by spirit, then
    • the usual sense: in him understanding was led over into perception.
    • very little. What we now call the social question, in the widest sense
    • — a sense that humanity has not yet grasped, but should grasp and
    • is not dealing with the social question in a present-day sense.
    • — it was all an echo or in a sense a picture of the old atavistic
    • far-reaching sense. Take what is objected to most of all in my
    • to the head of man, the man of nerves and senses; immediate judgment
    • senses, the man of the rhythmical life, and the man of metabolism. No
    • from the sense-perceptible to the super-sensible.
    • out into the world through my senses. I take up the perceptible and
    • our external senses is not related to our deeper being. With what your
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    • altering the sense, for Harnack has no glimmering of the specific
    • They carry the sense they had for the alchemist. Certainly it is quite
    • as nonsense. It has meaning, however, as soon as we know what
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    • my dear friends, is the purest nonsense. It is pure nonsense to think
    • true sense of the word, MAN. By the time of the Chaldean epoch,
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • with the physical world of sense — may be held in the main to
    • around us in the world of the physical senses. On this basis we can
    • the realm of the sense-perceptible. A human eye or ear on the other
    • hand are not intelligible on the basis of what the physical senses can
    • filled with physical, sense-perceptible material, and so becomes the
    • physical seed, perceptible within the world of sense. But the whole
    • us with our senses; nor can we say this of the human ear. Rather must
    • has thus been formed can it undertake its task as a sense-organ —
    • not only with the crude science of the senses; if you are aware that
    • from the Spiritual world into the world of sense, and from this world
    • to perceive the Spiritual within the realms of sense. But after death
    • with our senses needs to be penetrated with ideas about the
    • deeper sense, is an illusion. In truth it is the Cosmic speech which
    • faculty of sense-perception. Our seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting
    • and so forth: all this is sense-perception; and the organs for this
    • sense-perception, situated as they are at the outer periphery of our
    • the eye, and the other sense-organs too. Observe then the body in its
    • the spiritual from the pre-earthly life. Lastly the senses: they are
    • sense-organs to the Earth, but that which is living in the physical
    • sense-organs lights up between death and a new birth, and becomes your
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    • interest in the world, the world in the widest sense ...
    • understood in its broadest sense: that, for instance, a teacher calls
    • up in his soul the very deepest sense of responsibility for his task.
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    • themselves for the attainment of immortality in the real sense. But to
    • must be sought, and in what sense Freemasonry was aware of its duty to
    • Degrees are there but nobody has worked through them in the real sense! In
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • sense of uneasiness and this increases till he stands there in
    • same thing that there takes place in a physical sense takes
    • was there which has left a certain sense of difficulty, that
    • waking consciousness. In a certain sense they still participate
    • sense; and if you could then still dream — that is not
    • we see with our sense consciousness, as it were, the external
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    • form, so as to make use of his senses. The relation of the external
    • world to his senses does not change. But the relation of the senses to
    • sense-perception. But it is a complete mistake to believe that the
    • sense-organs themselves, or more exactly the sites of the
    • sense-organs, are not filled by any activity during sleep. Over its
    • from the senses. If the super-sensible gaze is directed upon the
    • those places where the sense-organs are located, a continual lively
    • sense the clothing assumed by the cosmic music at the moment of
    • the human sense-organs towards the interior of man. In this stream the
    • revelations of the human senses, so active in their etheric substance
    • line. In the same way you can follow inwards from the senses
    • the senses and from the whole skin, is formed into a shell-like copy
    • movements shining in from the senses, is only thought. For it
    • Thus when we proceed further inwards from the senses there appears to
    • etheric activity of the senses during sleep, as an inward streaming
    • faculty the work of the Dynamis is in a sense dislocated, and
    • also have its physical organ in the human nerves and senses. It is the
    • senses of man. Speech, and all that is connected with it, is brought
    • In the organism of nerves and senses, in the basis of Thinking, the
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    • wholly new — not however in the sense of that which, in other
    • senses as a kind of ‘Natural Law.’ Science did not feel
    • of Jesus of Nazareth in the sense in which one can prove the
    • is revealed to men in its complete form. Only when man senses
    • This is the sense in which we must interpret such a saying of Christ
    • indeed, yet as real as the single animal or human being in the sense
    • Spiritual that reveals itself behind sense phenomena. In a certain
    • sense our age finds itself in a position that must be entirely
    • world is dependent on my eyes, and other organs of sense.’ But
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    • in the domain of true Mysticism, and it is purely in this sense that
    • behind the physical world of sense there is an invisible world into
    • faculty of spiritual sight to awaken in a man. When his higher senses
    • It is nonsense to say that the myths are merely records of struggles
    • to clouds. That is the kind of nonsense we are expected to believe!
    • world behind the world of sense. And so he wrote a modern version of
    • of a consciousness of brotherhood in the truest sense of the word.
    • In what sense has man accomplished the complete turn? According to the
    • sense, like a plant. He has acquired the consciousness that is his
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    • reason could not in any sense be regarded as knowledge emanating from
    • sense in which the latter was understood in the Middle Ages), he would
    • things and never notice that they are out-and-out nonsense. It is
    • sense in which we speak of Nature to-day. In their schools they spoke
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • appearance, which can be perceived through the physical senses and
    • realise that things which may apparently sound like nonsense may
    • therefore painted Lucifer correctly, in a spiritual-scientific sense.
    • what nonsense these prominent men wrote! For instance, Krapotkin, who
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • and in a certain sense it is an illusion to believe that in the
    • the sense that we must work with forces differing altogether from
    • In a certain sense our
    • of man helps us to realise the sense in which such a temple was an
    • the dwelling-place and the expression of the God. And in the sense
    • however, can work only in the realm of sense, can create forms only
    • in the world of sense. In other words: The spirit that is received
    • world of sense if it is to be expressed in Art. No epoch except our
    • day, to stand before us. Everything, in a certain sense, must be
    • “found,” but in the real sense only when they are born
    • our contemporaries. But what of our artistic sense? I do not know
    • that in a sense it takes away from us practically all the living
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    • and spirit. In a deeper psychological sense, man was as if
    • sense. Deep in the subconscious they said to themselves, we have
    • to the Spiritual that transcends the world of sense? The men of
    • reason why, whenever he acquires knowledge in the modern sense, he
    • take hold in its deepest, inmost sense, of the word of St. Paul: Not
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • basis in the phenomena of the world of sense. This conception was
    • of sense. Direct, inner experience of the kinship of the human soul
    • world of sense and on the basis of this material world they
    • any real sense before the second half of the fourth century of our
    • East we see a culture which in the true sense is not culture at all
    • of sense. In this way the realm of human thinking became easy of
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • our sense perceptions. It is a trite saying and we need scarcely
    • repeat it: If we did not have our sense organs, we could know nothing
    • connection through the sense organs with the physical world, falls
    • physical world of the senses. For as soon as our sense is awakened
    • wider sense, that which mars the order of things is there through the
    • certain sense, it does become dissolved in the elemental world. It
    • connected with our karma in the widest sense.
    • therefore, in the very deepest sense the world is ordered according
    • all the time; nor can we truly understand the sense of evolution
    • Before we enter the physical world in the full sense, we undergo the
    • physical world as breathers of the outer air. Now in a certain sense
    • of such communion as I have just described. In this sense we will be
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    • uttered so much nonsense about Egyptian conceptions as Woodrow Wilson
    • hand, what the Egyptians in a certain sense formed as their highest
    • if he could use his Sulphur — not in that transmitted sense,
    • but in the actual sense as the Alchemists of the Middle Ages still
    • sense — are connected with what the Greeks possessed in their
    • looked back to an ancient time in the sense of the change of human
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • in a certain sense even the Old Testament teachings to which we will
    • In a certain sense
    • Post-Atlantean epoch this was no longer so in the full sense, but the
    • to express the sense world — namely, the ordinary
    • nonsense.) In the air spiritual events are taking place around
    • something which you see with the senses; then you think it over
    • a pernicious sense today is found in all old religious rites: the
    • most respectable sense of course — ‘The Call for the
    • in the strictest sense of the word they have excluded women. Although
    • asserting of an impulse, psycho-sexual in the most pronounced sense,
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    • to the things of the senses. We have seen that for this old atavistic
    • experience, signified more than the mere sense-perception knowledge
    • peculiar situation of taking words in a false sense, not relating
    • sense. Today, however, men themselves have already forgotten what was
    • can only investigate these fundamental forces, in the sense of
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    • the sense of Plato, really only considered a man to be a partaker of
    • who therefore (in the Egyptian sense, today it sounds rather
    • abstraction in the sense we have come to know it, namely estrangement
    • not the slightest sense, and so by way of illustration a portion of
    • because in a physical sense it is this true copy, in a spiritual
    • sense it is really of very little value. Forgive the remark —
    • in the sense of this fifth epoch. On the other hand what can make
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    • transformations. Now we have already described in what sense I a
    • historical development with more sharpened senses can see it —
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    • they only have rulership over what is spread out before the senses,
    • question can be grasped in a higher sense than in the external
    • trivial-historical sense. Why was there a Czar at all? If one
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    • spiritual secrets of the stars. One can even say in a certain sense,
    • supposed to please the audience! Just imagine such stupid nonsense
    • interesting in this sense. The gentleman in question (his name is of
    • finely in the sense of Spiritual Science. But nowadays there is a
    • universe, I and only in this sense was it different. His head was
    • nothing observed through the senses, it is phantasy. It is,
    • merely in the schoolmaster sense that prevails in the world today,
    • existence one actually proves that one is talking nonsense. For if it
    • to give up this judgment at once, for it is nonsense. But the
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • world! And we must develop this sense of responsibility that makes us
    • without, from the skin inwards, including the sense organs, is built
    • the skin and the senses. So far as the outer periphery of our body is
    • skin-sense formation, is organized by the earth.
    • been formed from without as a skin-sense organ. The rest of the
    • skin-sense organization is, so to speak, only an appendage of the
    • of mental pictures. This is nonsense. The real fact is that there is
    • aspects, the reciprocal action between the rhythmic and nerve-sense
    • sense “a priori” arises out of our former
    • said will not in any sense be corrected here, but only amplified, for
    • sense.
    • sense we can speak of soul-transmigrations, for in fact the souls who
    • rest of the world by an observatory is not senseless; that things are
    • sound common sense.
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    • sense; the Ego and astral body have separated, in essentials, from
    • sense by making close and careful observations of the way in which
    • cultural spiritual life in the wide sense. This is a deep and urgent
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • read in the same sense. Take, for instance, that wonderful treatise
    • literally but only according to the sense. Schiller perceived how
    • In what sense can speech, for example, and the inner activity of
    • did the ancients personify the phenomena of Nature in this sense;
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • is yielded by sense-observation and experiment. While going beyond
    • widest sense, therefore, as the problem of the higher worlds —
    • material world of sense and that at a certain point an impassable
    • world of the senses can stand the test of searching examination; the
    • the senses communicate and that whenever it would like to pierce
    • upon a long past childhood by the material world of sense.
    • sense to a kind of “Beyond,” and, on the other, against a
    • of sense which ordinary consciousness cannot break through, and on
    • new — like a sense-experience that is not recollected
    • sense-experience and that we dwell upon it with our forces of soul.
    • external sense-impressions.
    • when our attention is directed to external sense-impressions,
    • is given up to these sense-impressions. But if, having turned our
    • attention away from these outer sense-impressions, we engage in the
    • world of sense — only those thoughts teem with content. The
    • longer need to come to a halt within the material world of sense, for
    • of reality. If there is no sense of oppression, we have merely a
    • sense-experience. Imaginative Knowledge, on the contrary, lies in a
    • realm transcending sense-perception and is developed from
    • it is a reality just as the external world of sense is reality. And
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    • external phenomena which can be observed through the senses. This, in
    • world which appears to the external observation through the senses.
    • the intellectual faculties merely to the world of the senses, without
    • faculties merely for an external observation through the senses. In
    • the observation through the senses is, in every respect, the echo of
    • the intellect towards the external world of the senses was more
    • been taken from the world of the senses and which have been
    • of the senses offered to them. Fundamentally speaking, just about the
    • knowledge flowed out of the world of the senses, whereas the attitude
    • senses; he was, therefore, looked upon as a member of human
    • evolution within the ordinary and intellectual life of the senses.
    • can only be given through what the senses are able to observe and the
    • life of the senses and we may say: The materialistic world-conception
    • senses, this fundamental conviction has been maintained. What had
    • senses, and everything that the human being is supposed to know in
    • senses. This habit, to be sure, also produced excellent things, for
    • the senses. and the whole method of spiritism is, therefore, a
    • through our ordinary, normal senses and what we elaborate from out
    • obtained through their senses and the super-sensible; they merely
    • we go beyond the world of the senses. Sensualism and materialism
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    • hold of it, and then it is not active in a divine-spiritual sense,
    • but it is active in an ahrimanic-spiritual sense. It then leads the
    • the sense of reality, which is alone able at the present time to lead
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    • however, looks out into the world that is perceptible to the senses
    • and objects of this world of sense-existence, of discovering the laws
    • concrete reality. Outer nature lay there perceptible to the senses,
    • sense-perceptible world and applying them to the inner processes
    • connected with the senses, with nutrition, and also with those in
    • which nutrition and sense-perception coincide. When man eats, he
    • sense-perception is intermingled with a process which is continued
    • perception of taste. We find that while the sense of taste is
    • embodiments of the single parts of the cosmic Word. Now the sense of
    • taste is only one of the many senses. The processes of hearing and of
    • outward sense. Man receives through his senses that which is embodied
    • sulphur- and salt-processes are dead in the external world of sense;
    • senses between birth and death, is dead. The real salt- and
    • certain sense, saw in advance that human beings would lose this
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    • egoism in a special sense, into which we shall penetrate a little in
    • sense known in Europe, in the Greek culture: The Romans developed the
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    • knowledge obtained through the senses and through history, here on
    • senses. Those who are not strictly accurate about these experiences
    • at heart can neither think nor say anything that is true in the sense
    • that it must be founded upon confidence, in the sense
    • Anthroposophical Society should become in the real sense a bearer of
    • the other senses become aware of surrounding objects. If I limit
    • sense. We must learn to feel that our real ego is brought into being
    • active in the real sense, those thoughts are born which can fertilise
    • the true sense must be experienced in free spiritual activity,
    • nothing whatever to do with the sense-world, but in complete freedom
    • thoughts, one who is truly and in a new sense a ‘Master of the
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    • Thus it must be understood, in the strictest sense of the word, that
    • arrogant sense, but as one who reckons with the tasks of the age —
    • sense that Anthroposophy has not founded this Movement for Religious
    • material or in a spiritual sense.
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    • our senses and the scientific-dissection of what we perceive through
    • the senses. We then proceed, by studying that form of organisation
    • which we contemplate the physical body through our external senses,
    • through our inner sense; the astral body is something that can only
    • strange. But our sense-organs — you know this from other
    • a new experience, for our earthly senses do not enable us to
    • our senses are able to experience, what our intellect, that is bound
    • to the brain, obtains through the sense-experiences, what are our
    • we also grow tired in a wider sense. When we grow older, we know that
    • grasp the idea that we get tired, in a wider sense than the usual
    • that we gradually begin to feel and to sense our physical body. We
    • learn to sense this physical part of our being, because it becomes
    • is nonsense to speak of an ancient clairvoyance, or that people had
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    • approach the Society do so out of a sense of dissatisfaction with the
    • individuals with the deepest sense of the Society's mission who have
    • fail to sense the fresh, new, burgeoning, sprouting life of the
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    • things. Keeping this in view we say that we have sense perceptions. The cause
    • the instruments of the senses and their nerve extensions in the physical
    • our having perceived the man with our senses, we received impressions [not
    • communicated through the senses] that gave rise to movements in our
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    • sense. Not only does this knowledge help us understand everyday life,
    • the day. The questions that cannot be answered out of sense
    • life in a restricted sense, and also the principle of repetition. If
    • memory. We could almost call this bringing nonsense into natural
    • is based in a certain sense on memory.
    • life in the world of the senses.
    • absolutely valid for life in its broadest sense.
    • on a man's health, in the sense we have been considering, whilst a
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    • limited to the sense world but have an existence in the spiritual
    • living motion the forces behind the external world of the senses. Nor
    • Those are chiefly the illnesses that are in the proper sense
    • psychological method in the widest sense. Then, if the therapist is
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    • basis. It is in this sense that we ask the question: What is the
    • external sense impressions, he perceived the spiritual. When he
    • beheld the sense world more and more clearly. We must picture this
    • taken into himself from the world of the senses.
    • their descendants what they themselves experienced in the sense
    • in the physical world and perceive the world through their senses,
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    • the objects of the physical sense world appear round you again. You
    • when we know things like this that lie behind the sense perceptible
    • sense phenomena into the spiritual world, knows of these rhythms, and
    • penetrate a little way beneath the surface of the physical sense
    • four quarters of the moon. It is by no means nonsense to look for a
    • sense of the word. He is more or less like a man who has put his
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    • organ the soul senses which are the right forces in the other
    • satisfied with remarking in a trivial sense: ‘If I get ill I
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    • proper sense of the words. As a rule it is forty days after birth
    • living soul, you will also sense the connection this has with
    • weeping are something which can in the highest sense be called the
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    • spiritual science has to say about these things will make sense. It
    • senses would assume these beings to be the most highly developed
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    • Therefore in the truest sense of the word man alone is capable of
    • in so far as it is a sense object. But if a man were to stand in
    • evolution in the sense world. But all that the human race develops of
    • him with bliss. But for a man to be able to create in the sense of
    • facts of the world around him, which is in the widest sense the Holy
    • through his own efforts, he is working his way in the true sense of
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    • already has in his heart and in his soul the sense of truth which has
    • only devote himself open-mindedly to this sense of truth, with the
    • programmes. Man is able to sense truth where it genuinely exists.
    • sense, are not the imagery of dream but realities. Let us take a
    • true in the deepest sense is contained in the works of men whose
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    • reason that he is not, in the real sense, conscious in these members
    • passed through the gate of death becomes in the real sense a Mercury
    • dweller, a Venus dweller and so on, and in a certain sense he must
    • starting-point, what is now to be said will in a certain sense be
    • and races; hence in that sense there is something egoistic about
    • a person knows the reality of Christianity — in the sense that
    • possessed of a genuine sense of truth, it is also a fact that
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    • what is of essential importance in that world. Through his senses and
    • fulfils its task in the real sense only when it permeates the souls
    • in the same sense the body with its possibility of movement and the
    • our physical body or etheric body will give us a sense of security.
    • with free will. The five brothers are the five senses: the painter is
    • the sense of sight, the musician the sense of hearing, the apothecary
    • the sense of smell, the cook the sense of taste, the innkeeper the
    • sense of touch. The girl rejects them all, in order, so the story
    • attractions of the senses in order to receive that to which the
    • what is born of the Earth, namely the senses and all that exists
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    • is making use of his senses, as long as he lets himself be guided and
    • a particular point, directs his senses outwards and then his sight
    • perceived by the senses they were inwardly aware of the living
    • with the world of the senses and the brain-bound intellect. Thus when
    • humanity dependent upon the physical senses and the brain-bound
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    • Earth to Mars. As a result, all the souls of men, in a certain sense,
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    • in his earliest years of speaking and thinking in the real sense, are
    • was or was not a thinker in the sense of that ancient epoch. Over the
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    • been drawing near to him but now they unite in the fullest sense with
    • have been nonsense to speak of public opinion as we do today. A great
    • In the fullest sense it is true that the spiritual life
    • might be a life in the real sense. This new impulse streamed into the
    • orthodox sense only if they refuse to participate in the progress
    • such a way that they become the foundation of the sense for freedom
    • the tendency to surrender their sense of freedom and succumb to the
    • existed! They are not, of course, antithetic in the sense implied by
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    • the real sense, we cannot penetrate it to any depth. We direct our
    • speaking, that is absolutely correct in the sense I have often
    • from the standpoint of our physical senses only, but far greater
    • the spiritual world and limited to the world of the senses. And now
    • the world of the senses and will concentrate attention on what is
    • sub-sensory, below the level of the sense-world. This often becomes
    • fettered to the direct sense-impression but that everything resolves
    • them, that is not only a maya of the senses but springs forth as
    • senses must again be generated in the soul in order that active life
    • the senses.
    • trivial sense this experience may be compared with being obliged to
    • the life of mankind in the future but not in the sense that is
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    • sense of duty enables contact to be made after death with spiritual
    • unable to cope with life in this physical world. In the real sense we
    • incarnations. And we realise again and again what nonsense it is to
    • sense it cannot be otherwise in the present phase of man's evolution;
    • sense. Earth-evolution is such that this aspect of life will become
    • they can also achieve something, not simply from a sense of duty as
    • or done as an outer achievement merely from a sense of duty, or has
    • not merely out of a sense of duty, but out of love, inclination and
    • It is in this sense that Anthroposophy should find entry
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    • sense-impressions. If you ‘think away’ everything that
    • sense-impressions bring into the soul and then try to realise how
    • by the senses comes to an end and whatever is left can at most only
    • be memories of earlier sense-impressions. If, therefore, you think
    • about how much of what is yielded by sense-impressions is left in the
    • these impressions after death. Recall any sense-impressions
    • idea of how little of what the sense-impressions have conveyed is
    • the soul's life in the world of the senses is specifically earthly
    • experience. When the sense-organs fall away at death, all
    • significance of the sense-impressions falls away as well. But because
    • the human being still clings to his sense-impressions and retains a
    • like still to have sense-impressions for a long time after death, but
    • this is impossible because he has discarded the sense-organs. The
    • life spent in longing for sense-impressions and being unable to enjoy
    • in Kamaloka; the soul longs for sense-impressions to which it was
    • accustomed on Earth and — because the sense-organs have been
    • already ceased to long for sense-impressions but still longs for
    • the soul gradually realises that it is nonsense to wish for
    • sense-impressions in a world for the experience of which the
    • necessary sense-organs have been discarded, a world in which no being
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    • before the soul of anyone who wants to accept in the right sense our
    • the Stoic sense (and a good many personalities in Roman history were
    • limited sense and had spread widely over Southern Europe and other
    • to restrain a slight smile if he is invited to think in the sense of
    • belongs not only what your senses perceive as the external world, but
    • the sense world. It is easy enough to come to terms with a spiritual
    • world. So not only sense perception, but human thinking, lies outside
    • said about the world in the sense of the early twentieth century.
    • space. Desire does not live only in sense perception, but also in
    • material world, it has in the sense of the Gnosis a longing for the
    • sense of the Gnosis — raised himself above everything in which
    • sense-world as a deepening of Graeco-Roman thought. And it is not an
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    • that this strangeness explains itself, in a certain sense, when
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    • strict sense of the term. We cannot say of this Being that he had
    • was then in a certain sense born in the Nathan Jesus-child, we are
    • planets into physical bodies, the development of their senses would
    • forces which governed the sense-organs of these bodies, they would
    • have had to use their senses in a peculiar way — a way not
    • bodies equipped with senses of the right kind. They would have been
    • the Earth in such a way as to give the senses this character. Any
    • up the senses of man. In the spiritual world something had to happen
    • so that these forces would not turn the senses into mere organs of
    • sense system crying out to the spiritual world for help, and in
    • were streaming in to build up the human senses. These senses were
    • could look with wisdom at all the nuances of sense-perception. Very
    • such a way that the human sense organs, which derive essentially from
    • the realm of the human senses, and evolution could go on normally for
    • away from the human senses by a deed in the higher worlds.
    • sense-organs, so moderation was now bestowed on the vital organs.
    • sense organs were in a condition serviceable for man on Earth, and so
    • sense neither on the Moon nor on the Sun, but as though it encircled
    • an inward spiritual, not an external, sense — the origin of the
    • physical sun withdraws towards the south; in a spiritual sense it is
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    • were becoming manifest in the realm of sense existence. In the
    • sense. For a god symbolised by the external sun the Greeks had
    • in our sense of the term. How do we first come upon the ranks of the
    • should find them permeated with Geology, in the sense meant here.
    • this sense as Geology. This was what the Prophets longed for and
    • encountered first among the Jews — whatever nonsense learned
    • in what sense is he a Prophet? [On
    • certain sense, from the Earth. But this was possible only if there
    • connected in a primordial earthly sense with all that gives a certain
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    • employed to produce, at times, sheer nonsense, were good, legitimate
    • — after Parsifal returns, in a certain sense cured of his
    • among us today and are perfectly faithful to the sense of the
    • before the Mystery of Golgotha, reappear in a certain sense after the
    • clue if one is searching in the sense of Spiritual Science: he at
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    • outside our Movement, who then make the most senseless remarks about
    • the heavens, but it is not in any sense the Grail and it does not
    • mean an animal in the ordinary sense, but a living organism.] “One
    • wonderful harmony, in the realm of the senses as well as in the
    • subjecting the senses to ascetic discipline, but of becoming aware of
    • in Kepler's sense. Thus we have heard him say:
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    • sense of forces which were Saturn forces. And if we try to bring
    • super-sensible, but something that melts from the sense-perceptible
    • portion somewhere in the world? This too withdraws from sense
    • modern sense, is nonsense ... he perceived thoughts.
    • think at all in the modern sense, and yet it is a fact. In order that
    • thinking in the modern sense might take root in the modern human
    • have been a complete nonsense, because at that time thoughts were
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    • a certain sense — is bound up, and which once played an
    • certain sense Mars may be called the Agitator in our universe. He is
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    • years. Here, for instance, is the world of our sense-perceptions, the
    • sense-perceptions, for we are united far more intensely and
    • intimately with our imaginations than with our sense-perceptions.
    • have, however, the elemental world in a certain sense outside us
    • that human being, whom in one sense or another we must condemn.
    • be able to make ourselves like them — independent, in a sense,
    • age’ (I mean now, spiritually speaking, not in the legal sense)
    • Intuition (in the true sense in which I used the word in
    • wrote entirely in the spirit and in the sense of Goethe's
    • needs, according to the character and sense of our age and of the
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    • sense, belongs to the external world, in so far as this world
    • What they actually do is explain how sense observation, interpreted
    • squeeze them out as if from a sponge — in a spiritual sense,
    • dwelling in solids had, in a certain sense, to hold back and leave
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    • externally in the physical world through our senses and the
    • scientific dissection of what we perceive through the senses. We then
    • through our external senses, or in the same way in which we
    • contemplate our etheric body through our inner sense; the astral body
    • This must sound strange. But our sense-organs —
    • earthly senses do not enable us to experience anything similar. This
    • They enable us to experience what our senses are able to experience,
    • sense-experiences, what our feelings, that are connected with
    • Consequently, we also grow tired in a wider sense. When we grow
    • tired, in a wider sense than the usual one. Let us place it clearly
    • sense our physical body. We learn to sense this physical part of our
    • is nonsense to speak of an ancient clairvoyance, or that people
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    • conception is, after all, nothing but nonsense, in view of spiritual
    • science. It is nonsense. For, in reality, there are no such things as
    • atoms, in the sense in which the chemists assume them. What the
    • certain sense alive — when he sees red, blue green, etc.
    • colours — but also by other sense-impressions. Of course
    • also experience other sense-impressions; but, for the moment, we are
    • them in connection with other sense-impressions, he would likewise
    • live more purely in the other sense-impressions. In that case,
    • the world in a deeper sense, speak as did Jacob Böhme, for
    • impression strikes our sense-organs, and the moment we grow conscious
    • achieve this, it was necessary, in the deepest sense of the word,
    • strikes their sense-organs, and the moment in which the impression
    • and, in a certain sense, we are constantly being favoured by an act
    • a far higher sense than the beautifying influence of Art is for us,
    • impulse that leads from the sense-world into the spiritual world
    • advance human civilisation — in a peaceful sense. Yet this same
    • continue to live as individualities. Then, the spirit and the sense
    • submit themselves to this influence, in a sense, in order to be able
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    • not directly manifest themselves to the senses, and do not present
    • senses, other beings invisibly at work, who work into the visible
    • outer senses, but is nevertheless an absolutely real being.
    • now are. But they were not human in the sense that they went about on
    • will do this in a still higher sense from without, when he has
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    • sense also possess a physical body. Their corporeality must be
    • brought about from outside, in a certain sense. Every one of these
    • its depths, holds good in the widest sense; everything seen outside
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    • enters into man through the outer senses. Imagine the external world
    • necessary for an outer object to approach your senses, it only needs
    • gather that the external physical world which man's senses
    • impressions of it by means of his senses, it does not exist at all to
    • our sense-perceptions; true we might then be able to rejoice over the
    • were inwards, but can, by means of the senses, open itself outwards
    • Now just as man by means of his sense-perception looks
    • all that is spread out in space and meets us through our senses, as
    • receives perceptions through his senses, are foreign to the Archangel
    • Archangels and man. You must take this in the strictest sense of the
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    • that only when we, in a sense, draw this tissue apart and observe the
    • be no sense according to the real meaning of the word in speaking of
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    • of the senses, where may we seek for them in the lowest stage of
    • visible on the astral plane, are the Spirits who in a sense lead
    • deepest sense of the word necessary for the procreation of the races.
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    • this part which in our sense does not yet belong to the higher mental
    • the Semitic people and its mission. In a certain deep occult sense
    • through the senses of man; the other point of attack which works into
    • indirectly through the sense-impressions and streams out from thence
    • describe as Jupiter Spirits, working upon the senses. The Caucasians
    • therefore are determined through the senses.
    • nervous system through the senses. Of course the Greeks were also
    • such, that among the Greeks everything that acts upon the senses was
    • influence, and you may now divine that, as man has many senses, many
    • senses working upon the nervous system, one or other of the senses
    • senses has the upper hand, so will the different peoples be
    • senses, for it is built especially upon the senses.
    • deepening and spiritualizing must be taken from what is in the sense
    • the Indian? It was that he was still able dimly to sense something of
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    • activity of several Folk-spirits who were filled with a sense of
    • occult sense, the Scandinavian mythology with other mythologies which
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    • the various external sense-perceptions from one another; at that time
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    • as the sense-world, and also that the ‘ I ’,
    • deeper down into material sense-existence than he would have done
    • sense, even to the external facts.
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    • separate sense, — that the Russian temperament, which is
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    • popular sense.
    • the physical world, that world limited by the outer senses, Freyr was
    • manifest Himself were to be taken in a materialistic sense, as though
    • then a clairvoyant sense is also developed in their guiding
    • really active in the sense of the Christ-Principle. As this is
    • unprejudiced sense for truth you begin to reflect, when you say, ‘We
    • speaks in the sense of Rosicrucianism knows neither Orientalism nor
    • which purpose we have all been assembled here. Let us in this sense
    • days, but let us in this sense always be together in spirit. Wherever
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    • freedom. Before the separation of the moon he was not, in the real sense a
    • altogether devoid of the sense for reality. He lives within a spiritual
    • They want to give it to us and they want us to act in the sense of Spiritual
    • physiologists is nonsense. And so long as we fail to realise that it is
    • nonsense, the shadowy intellect cannot be transformed into a living, spiritual
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    • can learn about the universe through his senses and through the
    • intellect which relies upon sense-observation may be called
    • sciences. We use the name, only in a somewhat different sense, that is,
    • in the sense that spirit is to us something real and actual, whereas
    • that spiritual science or Anthroposophy, in the sense here intended, is
    • domain which cannot be perceived with outer physical senses, nor
    • higher sense than is the case with thinking. Through the development of
    • senses and his ordinary intellect to be still; he achieves this by
    • knows it to be a reality, just as the objects of sense are realities.
    • world is experienced with the senses. A second human being is found in
    • fundamental essence, nothing magical or mystical in a bad sense is
    • before the senses. It must be experienced inwardly and spiritually. And
    • sense than are physical facts. If a plant grows, and develops blossom
    • research in the true sense of the words, as it is here meant, that must
    • spiritualism is presented to the outer senses, whether by means of
    • presented to the senses belongs to natural science. That which offers
    • ordinary life in a certain sense as abnormal faculties have any special
    • sense to deny personality in God. One arrives, on the contrary, at
    • personality in a much higher sense even than man, in a sense which even
    • Religious conceptions are not made misty, in the pantheistic sense,
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    • sense their pupils and in their presence enacted that solemn rite at
    • be understood in the right sense. By looking back over the evolution
    • because we can only become Man again in the true sense by finding the
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    • epoch to another, are the souls of human beings. Sense and meaning
    • them immediately through their physical senses. They bore within
    • this Moses diffuse the sense of human power that we are quite ready
    • themselves, by the inner “life sense” which was still
    • senses by close observation of outer nature and her structure.
    • sense which the Greeks possessed made it possible for them to reveal
    • the modern age, the age that is of materialism. Man's senses
    • through a period in which these senses could reach their highest and
    • create what the senses can see, he employed to the full everything he
    • young to be in any external sense that man's mother — we
    • wholly on sense observation, yet he carried over something from those
    • Michelangelo, because he no longer had the life sense active within
    • Paul, and other figures that influence events and in the truest sense
    • what we ourselves know and what our senses show us.
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    • preposterous nonsense about free will and unfree will, about
    • been, severed from these cosmic realities through sense-perception
    • behind the world of the senses.
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    • They were not, of course, cultured people in the sense in which we
    • courageous enough to get out of the groove of physical, sense
    • necessary that a sense for reality should find its way into life.
    • Without this sense of reality we shall make no real progress. And for
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    • the general destinies of humanity? Oh, in a certain sense it is very
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    • sense we are all prophets. For example, we all know that tomorrow
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    • strong sense of something which I should now like to describe.
    • nations. National chauvinism in its worst sense has been
    • outcome of the sense of dissatisfaction that properly educated
    • essential thing is for man to sense the inner discord between his
    • Christ will not come in the spiritual sense if men are not prepared
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    • possession of the self in the true sense. When man has learned to go
    • to look also beyond and behind the world of the senses — for in
    • is this? The reason is that this physical world of the senses,
    • position in this respect. Spiritual Science, in the sense we
    • knowledge, the world of the physical senses, and entering the world
    • body we feel at home in the world of the senses. And it is this
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    • certain sense — developed with them. Growing up in ordinary
    • the present, through the medium of our senses, we can still
    • exposed to and who have a keen sense for what is already plain to
    • way’ the place where he lives) “is in a far greater sense
    • having outgrown the realism attached to the senses. Above all we may
    • In this sense the three great concrete social ideals and
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    • we look out into the world and through our senses perceive colours,
    • the system of nerves and senses. Therefore, when we think, we by no means
    • depend only on our senses and nervous system as instruments of thinking.
    • consciously into the process of nerves and senses. Because the altered
    • nerve-sense system, the result was an inner experience of their function
    • as such. His senses inform him about the external world and when he looks
    • and senses; a stream of breath is always flowing through this process.
    • senses.
    • with those senses, which today are not even recognized as senses.
    • We know that man has not just five senses but twelve. I have often
    • sense of balance through which he perceives the equilibrium of his body so
    • order to make himself conscious of this sense of balance, the yogi adopted
    • certain bodily postures. This developed in him a strong, subtle sense of
    • postures. In this way he developed a subtle awareness of the other senses
    • a much more spiritual character than the five familiar senses. Through
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    • had come to an end in the physical sense, Paul was still an antagonist of
    • Impulse by evidence of the physical senses, but who could be convinced
    • sense. From the very manner in which he speaks it is plain that he is
    • and the world of sense.
    • with the world of sense.
    • in the second half of life through sense-experience, because the
    • during which men beheld, together with the world of the senses, also the
    • pre-Christian times men saw, together with the sense-perceptible, a
    • spiritual in all the phenomena of the world of sense. A time had to come
    • forth to meet him from all sense-phenomena He had to find the way to a
    • the same time a sense-vision and a spiritual vision, was fading away and
    • the senses. Paul knew from his own super-sensible experience in initiation
    • vision, not through any mere beholding with the senses. Should anyone
    • think he can reach the Christ with the mere vision of the senses, Paul
    • kind of vision; the vision that suffices for the world of sense is not
    • between an external, sense-derived science, and faith. Modern theology is
    • has brought with it a belief that is absurd and senseless.
    • merely external, sense-given science, and yet at the same time they deny
    • — for knowledge of the senses can never explain the Resurrection of
    • in a very special sense. He is being put to death in the field of
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    • — is manifest nonsense. Palpable nonsense, I say, albeit that is
    • takes up, would be talking nonsense. You can only understand the
    • whole Earth. Yet the same nonsense (as applied to the magnetic
    • needle) is considered good sense by the men of to-day when applied to
    • within its narrow limits, is nonsense if in reality its growth
    • will be less rain. If it is all nonsense, Frau Prof. Schleiden will
    • macrocosm, is at liberty to reply. That is all nonsense! If we
    • itself in abnormal conditions of the senses is influenced in a
    • peculiar way by silicon. (I do not say what lies in the senses
    • themselves, but that which shows itself in the senses,
    • including the inner senses — calling forth pains here or there
    • the senses of the plant-being in such a way as to receive from all
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    • essential nature, in the best sense of the word, if it is conceived
    • warmths are essentially different, and in this sense, we may well
    • summer-time it tends in a certain sense to die.
    • case. We cannot carry it out absolutely, but in the ideal sense it is
    • peculiar relation to the head-formation. Cultivate a sense of form to
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    • outwardly, around the senses. As soon as it enters into us through
    • nitrogen around us to be decreased. True, in a certain Sense it would
    • which senses whether there is the proper quantity of water in a given
    • nerves-and-senses system it is the nitrogen which mediates for our
    • so. This must be able once more to disappear. Not only in the sense
    • all, he really senses it. These things are based on absolutely real
    • fine and delicate. We cannot sense it — it eludes our
    • nothing for itself. It is like our own sense organs. They too do not
    • silica-nature is the universal sense within the earthly realm,
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    • — this, for the most part, is received through the sense-organs,
    • in an even finer state through the sense-organs (even the eyes) —
    • Passage through the organism — Excretion in the widest sense.”
    • however, in the sense that it does not care to go on as far as the fruiting
    • all that works organically in the nerves and senses. So it becomes a
    • system. In some sense it will be in process of dissolution and disintegration.
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    • I mean, in the sense that you like to stroke what you are fond of. This
    • say, if ever it should be necessary in a certain sense to rid the soil
    • do no harm. For in a certain sense the nettle plants would liberate
    • will fall to Sense it; will not, therefore, enlist it in the Service
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    • wider sense we may say: All the forces that work into the earth from the
    • physical methods of to-day—are in a sense rayed back on to the
    • make the weeds reluctant, in a sense, to grow in earth which has thus
    • gained in a spiritual way — not through the mere physical world-of-the-senses.
    • can be reckoned in any sense among the higher animals. Mice are rodents;
    • it is different. It is comparative nonsense to speak of the Sun in general
    • terms — albeit, pardonable nonsense. We should really speak of
    • the same sense as in animal diseases. (We shall understand the difference
    • for in the true sense of the word a plant cannot be diseased. It is
    • not a healing process in the proper sense; it is simply the opposite
    • be talking nonsense. We do not do so; on the contrary, we take the whole
    • has an open sense for the manifest working of her forces.
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    • the free, we must say: There is the thick tree trunk (and in a sense
    • become clair-sentient with respect to the sense of smell, especially
    • yourself to specialise your sense of smell — to distinguish, to
    • the sense of smell.
    • directly in its nerves-and-senses system and in a portion of its breathing
    • through the nerves-and-senses system.
    • in its environment — in the nerves-and-senses system and in a
    • and through something remotely akin to the sense system — absorbs
    • sense in which the animal lives by absorption of food, the plant lives
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    • also distinguish between substances nutritive in the narrower sense
    • as there is in man. True, in the animal also, the nerves-and-senses
    • does so. Something that still comes from the sense-organism passes into
    • animal, however, we should rather speak as follows: There is the nerves-and-senses
    • more rhythmic than in man; while on the other hand the nerves-and-senses
    • true at all. In actual fact, cosmic matter is absorbed through the senses
    • as the senses are chiefly stationed there, and the senses perceive out
    • world by sense-perception too.
    • be from one that is able to make use of its senses, its organ of smell,
    • its sense of smell, following the cosmic forces through its sense of
    • too. Thus, in a Sense, you mar the working of Nature when you take your
    • substance into its head, so that it may have a live and mobile sense-relationship,
    • that of nerves-and-senses — develops more towards the breathing,
    • as it is not nerves-and-senses system — they have nothing but
    • The potato, too, works in a highly independent way, and in this sense:
    • approve it in the very fullest sense. For the rest — except for
    • conscious purpose, anthroposophical good sense, purity and singleness
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    • depends in the widest sense on the whole life of man, we
    • certain sense a complete human being, except that the other
    • in a certain sense we may say:
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    • and existence, these souls were, in a sense, to forget their connection with
    • of the senses; for these worlds must first be overcome before Man can enter
    • the Templars had accomplished by entering in a living spiritual sense into
    • the gaze directed to the material world as it showed itself to his senses.
    • then is one speaking in a sense and meaning that is in accord with the inner
    • nonsense; for equality would be uniformity. Everything in the world is
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    • anthroposophical sense of this word, must set out from the point
    • our senses towards the external world and link our thoughts with
    • perceptions transmitted by the senses. The observation of the
    • investigator in the anthroposophical sense, may therefore take
    • confront a sense-perception, for it can be envisaged at any moment
    • and because we are quite sure that a sense-perception is not drawn in
    • with the exclusion of all sense-perceptions and to which we yield
    • just as living as is ordinarily the case with external sense
    • free from sense impressions, acquires an inner activity which
    • this attention is ordinarily claimed only by an external sense
    • connection with an external sense impression, we should learn to
    • experienced just as livingly as any sense-perception. But they have a
    • sense-organ is turned to some external object, the perception can be
    • experienced only as long as our sense-organ is exposed to it. In the
    • thinking cannot in the ordinary sense be impressed upon our memory.
    • we keep our sound common sense and our calm state of mind while
    • sense-perceptions and their relation to reality, etc., but this is
    • not the point just now; the point is that sense-perception gives us a
    • images of our sense-perceptions which arise in the soul; we set our
    • support in the same way in which the external sense perceptions give
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    • as healthy sense organs are needed for outer sense observation. The
    • clearly oversee and judge the observations. Even in ordinary sense
    • senses but also a healthy consciousness, that is, a consciousness not
    • comparison from ordinary sense observation will help us to understand
    • sense organs. I bring this up only as a
    • sense perception — not caricature and untruth but the truth,
    • observation, which can be compared to abnormally developed sense
    • stem from the ordinary sense world or from the ordinary experience of
    • appearing in ordinary sense and intellectual
    • life in the way of vanity, ambition, the ordinary sense of self, and
    • self-love, sense of self. One could say that one begins to know this
    • human self-love, this sense of self, only when one goes through a
    • something that occurs in sense observation and that would be
    • Imagine in ordinary sense observation that a person directed his eyes
    • need for an immensely strong force to overcome the sense of self,
    • With the same inner force, however, the sense of self appears
    • self-love, the sense of self. Only if this is accomplished at every
    • forces in our soul, self-love, the sense of self, are intensified.
    • life, all basic reference points given us by the sense world, which
    • you want to enter; you can no longer have the support of outer sense
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    • would find they absolutely accorded with common sense; and that
    • sense perception or by considering it according to the outlook laid
    • thinking, sense perception, feeling and willing comprise the
    • lead in an anthroposophical sense to knowledge of the
    • provided we do not use the word in a dubious mystical sense, we can
    • visualising. We experience it through our sense perceptions and the
    • forming mental images of it via our sense perception, this force
    • fact that eludes external sense observation. We discover that
    • incorporated into the ordinary life of the senses is what I
    • the motor nerves. The sensory nerves run from our sense organs (so
    • through the telegraph wire nerves from the senses to the telegraph
    • behind the sense world and behind external historical facts. It is
    • theory in the accepted sense, for when you are capable of penetrating
    • sense of the word, as an attempt (we mean this modestly) to bring
    • limited to what he takes in through ordinary sense perception and
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    • taken in a real and active sense.
    • place before our senses, spiritual events are interwoven. We know
    • things of sense, whether they be solid or whether they be happenings
    • which our senses perceive — are spiritual activities, and
    • The man who is limited in his physical senses, and
    • these physical senses, can at first know nothing of this great
    • knock, or of the many things which our senses reveal to us, the Earth
    • senses, — as materialists do — but when we accept all
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    • phenomena, the impression on the senses, the impression made on the
    • world that act on the senses of the soul. That which was at first
    • impressions of things, are called forth by our senses? Certainly it
    • From this point of view all our sense perceptions are in fact mere
    • his soul by way of his senses. Certainly there is nothing very
    • Everything comes to us from the outer world through the senses. But
    • now the thought came to Mauthner that these senses are merely
    • accidental-senses, which means that supposing that we had not our
    • eyes and ears and other senses, we might have other senses instead,
    • is actually by chance that we have these particular senses, and
    • senses we should have a different world! Accidental senses!
    • his accidental senses. Through the door of these chance-senses many
    • he experiences through these chance-senses of his, can have any
    • of it, for we know only what comes to us through our chance-senses.
    • man for his real progress — true effort in the, sense of
    • last century purely external sense-observation obtained and gave its
    • to be recognised, and in this sense we must approach it. It is a sign
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • sense-perception of him; but for sense-perception a nation
    • envelops the sense-nature of the individuals belonging to it,
    • — the so-called system of nerves and senses. By means of
    • this system man has his sense-perceptions, his thoughts and
    • the system of nerves and senses — is, in fact, a kind of
    • of nerves and Senses. In reality it is only the thought-life of
    • man that is bound to the system of nerves and senses. Sentient life
    • senses. Similarly, the life of will is connected with the
    • system (in the sense of a process, of course, and not of substance)
    • nerves and senses, to the rhythmic life of blood circulation and
    • experienced in the metabolic processes in a material sense. In its
    • sense-phenomena are the outcome. They are therefore less
    • senses.
    • God in a human sense, have with almost no exception raised another
    • this sense Goethe is the representative of the Teutonic, Middle
    • Speaking in the sense of spiritual reality, one feels that the
    • of sense. It is as though something under the surface of the Earth
    • man in a Goethean, humanistic sense, and went to the
    • in the absolute sense, but is fundamental to the nature of the man of
    • is applied merely to the world of sense and has not penetrated to the
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    • cannot really speak of a self-contained life in the ordinary sense,
    • relate themselves with this Event are men in the true sense.
    • In this sense, and out
    • the Son of Man. Just as in a certain sense men are the
    • sense. He speaks of Christ as the ‘God of the
    • animals and whose sense-organs are the crystals. All the
    • learning through the outer sense-organs to know the physical
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    • decisive in many respects. In a certain sense, its function is to
    • how, in a sense, their “spiritual plumage” will be
    • speaking in a Christian sense, even if what one is saying may be very
    • too, how much our sense of responsibility for this position has been
    • delegation, to Versailles is senseless because of the men
    • feeling and willing, and for a new sense of responsibility, the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • way as in our sense-perceptible world, if we only let the whole man
    • be active in sense perception, we convince ourselves through the
    • reality of this sense world, of the underlying objective outer world,
    • out of which he came into the sense world through birth or
    • can be indicated step by step. It is in no sense an outer way. It is
    • sense-perceptions. One reaches to full, complete reality when to a
    • the nerve-sense being physical substance is annihilated. By this
    • means the nerve-sense system can be the basis for thinking, for
    • with the nerve-sense system. The connection of the objective world
    • us as the sense world plays into us through thinking. This inspired
    • the sense of my
    • nothingness filled with new creating in a fully material sense. This
    • dutiful.’ For in the Kantian sense, Schiller meant, one must
    • how this love of duty can become in the widest sense love for mankind
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    • between what was good in a moral sense and what was wise. The priests
    • the world of the senses.
    • Buddha's teaching is in a particular sense moral teaching, the
    • Christ in the sense just explained can be acquired only on the
    • that in this sense his life will resemble that of Christ.
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    • sense the bearer of memory. We need not therefore be surprised that
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • word more in a theoretical than in a moral sense — which
    • to sense perceptions, however, science has become really confused. In
    • sense qualities (colours, tones, qualities of warmth) are said to be
    • “fancy” or “imagination” in the usual sense
    • as, in a sense, we come to perceive space (which has, at first, no
    • stage of super-sensible perception. Sense-perception may be compared
    • anthroposophical sense: freedom from nebulous mysticism and confused
    • (in the mathematical sense) and quite correct. But anyone who knows
    • aware of this difference between perceiving the sense-world and
    • spirit as, in a sense, a most lofty thing. If we look back at the ancient
    • more theoretical perception of the outer world through the senses to
    • about the world, for ideas and sense-experiences were one. One saw
    • perceived only spirit permeated with sense-perceptions, or
    • sense-perceptions permeated by spirit, and no longer differentiations
    • gradually to have thoughts apart from sense-perceptions. This was
    • science of to-day. It knows this in an absolute sense, because it
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    • in a sense, an interlude within this course of lectures, for I
    • really artistic sense.) It must be clearly understood, above all,
    • single form is intended to mean anything — in this sense. Every
    • something — in the genuinely artistic sense; it
    • sense, we need, before all else, to understand thoroughly the human
    • lost the perceptive sense for this, but it can be reacquired. Facing a
    • that. They were sensed (empfunden); they were perceived
    • of the chest, we need what, in a sense, flows round the earth in the
    • sense, but knowledge that is dependent upon the whole range of human
    • one senses what one must create (darstellen). One does not
    • “nerve-sense-system” in the cranium with its
    • body and then only fills it out (in a sense) with matter.
    • nonsense. He includes the whole earth in his explanation of the
    • scientific spirit, in the sense in which I characterised it
    • the whole sense of the factual world. It would be more possible in wood,
    • sense, to the plastic arts. But that would bring us to what pertains
    • for every single organ and system of organs is, in a certain sense,
    • finds he can maintain himself by sacrificing, in a certain sense,
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • again. Thus something coquettish in a higher sense of the word
    • around him by means of his sense-perceptions. What he sees, he orders
    • being. The sense-perceptions received from outside, the ideas
    • originated in external sense-perceptions and has been
    • outer world. Here are the outer sense-perceptions. We link
    • survey all that we receive through our sense-perceptions, there
    • into man's innermost being — not frivolously in the sense of a
    • sense-perceptions. Just as little as man, when he looks into his
    • as sense-perceptions; he cannot see beyond it. He adds to it a
    • he cannot penetrate through the sense-images.
    • stranger to this world beyond the outer sense-images. Every night between
    • sense-images is not the atomistic world conjectured by the
    • senses was in fact experienced by the ancient Oriental sage in his
    • desires to penetrate beyond the sense-perceptions. And it was this
    • sense-perceptions with one's ordinary human Ego, one might be harmed.
    • wants to penetrate beyond the sense-perceptions. How does this Ego
    • with this Ego one cannot live on the far side of the outer sense-world.
    • human Egohood cannot live beyond the sphere of the human senses in
    • sense-perceptions. Hence to the ancient oriental sage it was clear
    • sense, but for humanity at large they live in feelings and moods,
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    • turn them into experience through our senses and through our
    • reflects in quite another way. It reflects the sense-impressions we
    • objects in a material sense, and following the custom of present day
    • surrounded with sense-phenomena. We behold these phenomena spread
    • beyond this tapestry of the senses. We penetrate it just as little as
    • and the reason is that beyond the tapestry of the senses lies that
    • who had a peculiar longing to live behind the phenomena of the senses,
    • developed a longing to see behind the sense-phenomena, and in so
    • this yearning to reach the world behind the sense phenomena; while
    • memory-mirror or behind the tapestry of the world of the senses. And
    • consciousness, beginning with sense-perception and going on as far as
    • of the Father God. Thus in the sense of this theology Christ is of
    • we compare this finding? We cannot compare it with what our senses tell
    • to you that you perceive with your sense of hearing, then you know
    • 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
    • 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
    • is at the foundation of the world I can see with my senses. The world of
    • the senses is a revelation of Him; but it is none the less a dying,
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    • perpetually the forces of death. In a physical sense we may say:
    • a sense, Ahriman was forced into the stream of Earth-evolution.
    • evolution and at the same time — in a certain sense
    • beings themselves there was no death in the real sense, for they
    • all this became externalised — externalised in the sense
    • In this sense,
    • experience which gives strength to life. The sense of life was
    • intellect, a comparatively feeble sense of life was sufficient.
    • because with the dulling of their senses they are unaware of the
    • intellect we are not alive in the real sense. Try to feel what
    • strong, robust sense of life if these dead forms are to be
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    • Realism because it approved only of the outer sense-reality and
    • held that people who consider only the outer sense-reality, or that
    • who was a Realist in the medieval scholastic sense, to form the following
    • the Nominalists. They argued that there is nothing outside sense-reality,
    • outer things of sense-reality.
    • senses. If these thoughts are something which a god originally placed
    • from what his senses could perceive to the super-sensible, he really
    • possessed in a certain sense a way of thinking which had a direct
    • your eyes and your other senses and then consider Nature with your
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    • sense and meaning which I have often explained to you: namely, that
    • senses. A plain, unprejudiced person learns to know the world through
    • his senses, and is even able to sum up what he sees and hears, and,
    • in general, what he perceives through his senses. After all, that
    • in the Occident, is merely a summary of that which the senses convey
    • to be in the full sense of the word a real human being living in the
    • senses, with the resulting intellectual knowledge (for, the
    • knowledge transmitted by the senses) is a pole of our cognitive life
    • to be applied to the social sphere. If sound common sense were
    • choose between the evidence of the senses in Nature and Aristotle's
    • knowledge will flow together with the knowledge of the senses,
    • satisfied if every kind of mystical nonsense stimulates an inner lust
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    • behind the world of sense. One has but to recall how
    • strict sense of the term, a genuinely scientific one. We have
    • the altruistic sense. It is not enough for us merely to
    • karma in the sense that would make them a stimulus to
    • sense. But without a cosmogony, do you see, there is no real
    • and also, in a social sense, brotherly?
    • that lay behind the sense-forces, only they took a
    • sense, but that must be achieved by the one who is marked
    • supplement this in an actual practical sense, through the
    • Spirit of a Nation, in the sense in which we speak of it in
    • sense of country as among the Greeks and Romans, nor in a
    • sense of the earth, as with men of modern times. It must
    • proceed from a sense of the World — the
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    • described as an Initiate in the true sense of the word. It is
    • of in the superficial sense in which people often speak of it
    • called the five senses — in the occult sense. For in
    • the way man ordinarily speaks of the five senses, he only
    • knows them from outside. You cannot learn to know the senses
    • eyes, the ears, the other senses from within. You experience
    • knows his senses from without. Here now he learns to know
    • break through the ear, or the sense of taste.
    • sense. He must first get out of the sense-organs —
    • the five Senses
    • goes inward through the gates of the senses, eventually he
    • senses outward into the elemental world, where he already
    • are at work which outer senses and intellect can perceive,
    • Olaf Asteson, still in a certain sense she underwent in sleep
    • science’ in our sense of the word, and that which is taught
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    • seen by the senses, but with this deeply penetrating
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    • sense must be pained by displays of so-called Christmas
    • when the Art of speaking in the ancient sense has been lost,
    • sense we are already deeply rooted in an age when materialism
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    • Buddhist influence in one who was in a certain sense a disciple of
    • unprejudiced observation of life in the sense of Spiritual Science.
    • we examine objects with our senses and form chains of thought with
    • lies hidden behind the world of sense. Our consciousness to-day
    • the world of the senses. This feeling gradually extended into a
    • arose a sense of loss, and a certain indifference to their material
    • of sense. The urge arose within them to unite themselves with the
    • binding him to the world of the senses and by eliminating this world
    • with the world of Spirit, release from the world of sense
    • the world sense and space man knows in earthly life. Nothing in the
    • the world of sense and co-ordinate my impressions by means of
    • which cannot merely be called, in the Buddhistic sense, a descent
    • lies in his own innermost being. In the Christian sense, redemption
    • course of evolution is Christian in the deepest sense and cannot be
    • and the sense of union with a primeval wisdom. The Christ Impulse
    • external research. The sense of helplessness grew greater and greater
    • knowledge.” In the Kantian sense resignation means that man is
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    • presented to the senses — and these are the only processes
    • scientists in the true sense when we realise that this material body,
    • sense until we have concrete realisation of this living interplay,
    • philosophical sense to the effect that man bears an immortal soul
    • when he becomes a specialist in the ordinary sense. For the range of
    • based. Directly we begin to study the nervous system in the sense of
    • of muscles, bones and senses and so forth. For the Spirit does not
    • Science never conceives of the material in the sense of modern
    • In the very widest sense,
    • above all how to unfold and develop them in the true sense.
    • sense this means: If the body is healthy, if it has been made healthy
    • bearer of a healthy soul. Now this is pure nonsense. The only real
    • only in this sense can it be a principle of true hygiene.
    • and this in turn a medical question — but only in the sense of
    • intellectually the results of the experiences of the senses.) Now the
    • its comprehensive sense. There are people who only study Spiritual
    • the sense in which Spiritual Sciencecan enter and give direction to
    • social concern in the true sense if it is made fruitful by a science
    • become in the real sense, and to a high degree, an affair of the
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    • it in a sense the spiritual germ of his future physical earthly body
    • sense when he descends on to the earth. In the mother's womb he is
    • to earthly conditions, is reversed in a certain sense when we pass
    • spiritual sense. In effect, there is something living in the vowels
    • with man's entry into the spiritual world in the widest sense. Think
    • And indeed, all Art comes before man in this sense. It is as though,
    • symbolic but in a most real sense. These things are indeed such as I
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    • has sensed the existence of a mighty riddle, deeply interwoven with
    • In this sense, then, let us
    • wholly given up to sense impressions, to all that the intellect can
    • derive from these sense impressions and the substance flowing into
    • am born in a physical sense but this physical birth is foreign to my
    • inner sense of being.
    • Nature. And it arose before him as he sensed the full inner
    • outer senses and of the intellect bound up with these outer senses.
    • in earlier times he had little sense of his body and a strong sense
    • they sensed their own existence) with death. “How do I live in
    • Christology in the truest sense (as well as an Art of Education, for
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    • believe that this is utter nonsense. But this is only due to the fact
    • that the people whose heads consider such things as nonsense drag
    • electricity. Of course, this would be nonsense, for only
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    • given to him through the senses. It comes out to meet him, as it
    • in our senses — i.e., in the bodily nature — are also processes
    • sense-perception can influence the non-spatial, the soul-and-spirit.
    • having a three-dimensional configuration in the same sense as the
    • all the other figures. He senses them differently according as the
    • also in a certain sense for the plant world, and for all things that
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    • to arouse human interest in the deepest sense of the word, but also
    • to the oldest, the first and deepest sense of truth.”
    • Starting from a mental attitude based, it is true; on sense-perception
    • where Eduard Suess's purely sense-perceptive method of research
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    • thinking also is in a certain sense meditative or reflective.
    • a certain sense this is absolutely true to-day in the case of the large
    • arising out of Spiritual Science is in no sense merely theorising,
    • everything which surrounds us and works upon our senses,
    • senses. I will draw it diagrammatically as follows: Here we
    • that can be sensed in this way). There is, however, something behind
    • this tapestry of the senses. The physicist, or people generally who
    • senses, but somehow or other in the eye, or in the brain, or
    • of the senses, quite without prejudice, and without starting
    • senses is spread out before us, that there outside are the
    • sense-qualities, and that the faculty by means of which I am able to
    • sense-qualities is that to which we give the name of thinking.
    • senses. In other words, thought and thought alone lies behind
    • penetrate behind the tapestry of the senses by means of this power?
    • behind the tapestry of our senses with our thoughts if these same
    • under the surface of the tapestry of the senses, and we only behold
    • when a man surveys the tapestry of the senses, —
    • of the sense world. He creates a specialised science. Think
    • the tapestry of the senses, you cannot do
    • view of his head organisation. He surveys the tapestry of the senses.
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    • sense, and how completely different it is to enter such a room when
    • succeeded in deepening ourselves in a theosophical sense, although it
    • but in respect to what is Christian, is the greatest nonsense. With
    • because Madame Blavatsky was in a sense caught by the Eastern school
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    • taken place in the course of the world's evolution is in a sense to
    • impossible to think of greater nonsense, yet the psychology of the
    • present day is absolutely under the influence of this nonsense. This
    • what is seen by the eyes and perceived by the senses, — if we
    • can be perceived by the senses, you must even think away your own
    • external world all that the senses can perceive, and from the inner
    • space in Hegel's sense is tinged with the quality containing nothing
    • nonsense. Just think what it would mean if we were to say,
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    • that, in a sense, we had to be satisfied (in order not to startle the
    • pictorially. Of space there was none in our sense. And time first
    • sense — the external physical expression of sacrifice, and
    • view when we look up and wish to have a higher sense-perception of
    • contemplated in a more spiritual sense, what I have just described as
    • sense again come to life on earth. Just imagine all that has been
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    • presents merely an illusion in relation to the man, so in this sense,
    • could never have acquired his human dignity, in the true sense of the
    • sense in referring to Time previous to ancient Saturn. Now at the
    • as an external reality, nothing but an illusion of the senses,
    • would be just as little sense in thinking of a triangle without three
    • not required] to be an occultist in this sense in order to paint this
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    • external sense-world. Concerning such phenomena, at first outwardly
    • there was naturally a greater sense of the spiritual behind the outer
    • certain conditions in our own Soul, if we wish to feel, to sense the
    • sacrifice its own will, passes in a certain sense, into the being of
    • in a sense they guide the Beings who would have simply been driven
    • which can never be attained. In this sense anthroposophy is a
    • longing, we may in a sense point to Anthroposophy or Spiritual
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    • senses and our physically limited view.
    • this world of sense, the world of our external comprehension which to
    • to us; but only for that to which we feel ourselves in a sense
    • sense the whole character of the ancient Moon-evolution, its whole
    • sense be satisfied. You must picture the position very clearly in
    • sense. Suppose ice forms in a pond; the water then becomes solid. The
    • the occultist there could be no sense in saying that minerals die. It
    • the same sense, according to occult science, the minerals do
    • no sense in speaking of individual plant-organisms, only of the
    • itself when it gathers their seeds into itself. There is no sense in
    • human sense; so that in reality actual death, that is death on the
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    • sense. Humanity is only fully awake when people are able to
    • term and not at all in a moral sense.
    • makes real sense, by the way. Leaving this aside, the things
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    • them in any moral sense. This is quite impossible, for the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • absolute sense they really are the best, one cannot imagine
    • make no sense to them. Until materialists are prepared to say
    • that the world makes no sense at all, they can only live in
    • possible sense, and this creates an unhealthy climate. People
    • of technical principles, and they may still be nonsense,
    • with reference to what in its widest sense may be defined as
    • talking nonsense about things relating to the higher worlds,
    • not willing to accept anthroposophical truths in this sense
    • the truths humanity needs today, in the sense I have spoken
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    • would be complete nonsense, of course. It is not a matter of
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    • doubt heard of all the nonsense we get now, with all kinds of
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality
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    • of the elemental world in the widest sense of the word, they
    • with the senses when in waking consciousness. Our own
    • the senses and drag around with us when in waking
    • our senses have perceived in the world around us. Our
    • interpret the old symbols in a lower sense, even though they
    • This is nonsense, however. The truth is that the human race
    • senses perceived more of the spiritual, and at the same time
    • this mythology — mythology in the bad sense — we
    • sense. He means something quite different, something he keeps
    • times when one had to go beyond the world of the senses and
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    • sense of sight as we move through the world; but if we did
    • with just one of the senses, you are deceived wherever you
    • we perceive around us with the senses. The illusion may be
    • to present something to just one of the senses, fail to
    • one of the senses, the more you are presenting maya. This is
    • inward in the sense I spoke of in my last lecture. The
    • though the point of view is based on the senses and hence on
    • produce intelligent people. This is arrant nonsense, however.
    • It is as much nonsense as it would be to train a one-year-old
    • must therefore also hold true in a more general sense that we
    • outside world which are accessible to our unrefined senses,
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    • important to have a tremendous sense of reality when creating
    • which is simply nonsense, for it will get us nowhere. It is,
    • your sense for pedantic accuracy — and this, too, has
    • sense for reality, for what really happens all around us, can
    • believe, of pure sense and reason.
    • things in an abstract sense but above all of calling for a
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • be perceived by the senses, and never give a thought to the
    • present themselves to the senses. It can never be gained by
    • in the outside world with the senses makes a science of the
    • presents itself to the senses, which is the modern scientific
    • before our eyes, our ears and our other senses. Imagine this
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    • the gap between the life that presents itself to the senses
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    • earthly sense, we must therefore see ourselves connected with
    • sense by the progressive spirits. In the three ages of human
    • Darwinian sense on the one hand and the Goethean on the
    • physical sense with Copernicanism, and soul awareness must
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • they perceive with the senses. Out of impulses which the
    • harmful because it is especially senseless. The causes are
    • sense of reality to see that this kind of thinking has a
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    • sense is not the issue. Materialistic thinkers will always be
    • when someone wants to present his nonsense about what will
    • hand, ‘history’, which is nonsense and harmful to
    • only way in which people can get a sense of reality. They
    • lack this sense today even with regard to the most primitive
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • infected — in a certain sense rightly — with this
    • sense-perceptible world. He said to himself: As a human being I am
    • sense-perceptible physical world. A Dubois-Reymond, for
    • intellect he could gain knowledge of the sense-perceptible world; and
    • he sensed that he still experienced something of a flowing
    • together of himself with the sense-perceptible world when he employed
    • flowed into the concepts that the Schoolmen, set up about the sense
    • everything that does not relate to the outer sense world.
    • everything unrelated to the outer sense world. Goethe made a
    • human being. The intellect that is trained only upon the sense world
    • broaden this teaching on metamorphosis, entirely in a Goethean sense,
    • himself to, when — not in a traditional sense, but out of free inner
    • relearn this language in order to make sense out of what Christ
    • except what outer sense experience gives us. And it was labeled
    • ‘supernaturalism’ if anyone went beyond sense
    • dealing with external, sense-perceptible facts. Whoever has not
    • accustomed himself to remaining with the facts in the physical sense
    • that there is water out there in the lake or in the brook? Nonsense!
    • in the sense world first of all and then carry this education, this
    • sense, or the religious inwardness of our anthroposophical striving.
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • shape, nothing would appear. But when we ask in the Greek sense: what
    • Greek sense. The Greek definition has a meaning and gives us
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • sense-organs, upon intellect and intelligence — all these
    • in the present sense was actually born. It matters not at all on what
  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit in the Realm of Plants
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    • assume that sense reality is the expression of an underlying soul
    • approaches matters with a healthy sense for truth and a serious
    • with a healthy sense for truth reaches the point where these concepts
    • sense for truth, especially regarding the natural sciences — and
    • his skin, of his sense organs, and the like. In other words, we may
    • sense. With the human being, stepping out into the great world is the
    • plants are nothing but a kind of sense organ for the earth organism,
    • order to look at itself, to feel, to sense, to think by means of this
    • senses are for us, the plants are for the earth organism. But what
    • not be able to achieve consciousness if it did not have its sense
    • science has brought together so far about the sense life of plants
    • example, have immediately interpreted these things in an outer sense,
    • believes that this is a matter of a kind of sense perception by
    • by little how the plant covering of our earth is the sense organ
    • To the sense of man there speak
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    • sense, an echo or aftermath of earlier transformations. I
    • outer historic sense, how such a mode of thought as we find
    • sense not yet Philistine; there was a certain grandeur and
    • middle-class limitations. His was in a sense a heavenly
    • only in a certain sense — as regards the teachings over
    • the nonsense that figures in so many heads today.
    • nonsense, and call it Woodrow Wilson. Not only what I have
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 2
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    • himself, in a certain sense, a pupil and successor of Jacob
    • on the world of the senses, and on the intellect which
    • depends upon the senses. Then we pointed out that in contrast
    • sense, the whole of the evolution of the 19th century —
    • ineffective in this sense; for it implies the fundamental
    • spiritual organism has, in a certain sense, an ascending and
    • working in a favourable or in an unfavourable sense?
    • the limits of the senses and the sense-bound intellect, or of
    • association all that the senses can afford.
    • nonsense to the natural-scientific age. Spiritual Science, on
    • are voicing things of the sense-world, united by the percept
    • the sense of anthroposophical Spiritual Science, then, in
    • Word, the Teaching, not in a mere scholastic sense. For
    • super-sensible worlds into the world of sense, so to be the
    • our sense-perceptible actions on the physical plane.
    • implies that the Wisdom which we have to seek in the sense of
    • you will ask, is there any sense or meaning in this? Is it
    • Namely the following: Man turns his senses to the outer
    • into the world. What the senses as such receive, can only be
    • thinks out concerning the impressions of his senses —
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    • sense-world. What is it that the profane world knows as the
    • super-sensible Man who underlies the man of the sense-world
    • clothe himself with a sensely garment. This is the type of
    • no doubt, it may seem nonsense. It meant that among all other
    • been widened in the two directions in which the sense world
    • respect, our time is indeed in a certain sense in the reverse
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • diving down into the physical body, we make use of the senses
    • body acquire plastic form in the senses and in the organs of
    • use this paradoxical expression) soul-spiritual sense organs, the
    • obtaining from this physical world a connection with the senses
    • sense. But this objection is only raised by those who are not
    • Observe with a certain morphological-artistic sense how the lower
    • artistic sense and understanding, we finally comprehend why the
    • gravity. Everything which constituted our head with its sense
    • the sensory world. This is the case above all with the senses; we
    • knowledge, the results of external sense observation,
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • real sense of the word. Above this conception of Nature are his
    • through my moral sense, since Nature is unable to give it
    • reality? Am I in a position to turn my moral sense towards
    • consistency. If a more accurate physiology, in the sense of an
    • spheres if we can investigate the external world of the senses in
    • the external world through our senses — which are bodily
    • passively to observation through the senses, are now inwardly
    • exactly like sense impressions. In this way, we rise up to a new
    • not be empty words. Just as in the external world of the senses
    • the stars, so, too, the world of the senses fades away, as it
    • if I may use this paradox — a soul-spiritual sense organ.
    • the life of the senses. Into this super-sensible essence streams
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • ordinary sense perception and by the understanding which is based
    • perceived by the ordinary sound senses; it is possible, as it
    • sense experiences through our senses.
    • be found in sense perception. In that case we begin to notice
    • as alive as sense perceptions and with which we deal just as
    • through our senses we know unmistakably that we see red or hear
    • also exists in sense perception, we also know what constitutes
    • ordinary life we perceive through our senses, we abstract our
    • objective through exercise, as objective as a sense perception,
    • is the same as when a sense impression is produced. Whenever we
    • encompassing sense organ. I might say that the body becomes one
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • our senses. The East, beginning with India, has been accustomed
    • The sense, the
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • studies we know that we discover certain senses only when we
    • man's inner life. But essentially speaking, also the senses which
    • senses should be looked for on the surface. It suffices to bear
    • in mind one of the more prominent senses; for example, the eye or
    • regard to these senses should, of course, be studied more deeply,
    • some of the human senses. But the way in which these things
    • appear in ordinary life induces us to say: A sense organ —
    • senses and grasped by the representing capacity which meets sense
    • upon the earth, he beholds them through his senses, as the
    • environment is able to influence man's senses and it may be
    • environment through the ordinary senses. If we could perceive
    • see its inside, we would have to have a sense organ able to see
    • reality, every human organ is a sense organ, and although we use
    • sense organ. During our earthly life, we simply use our organs
    • organ. The human being is in every way a great sense organ, and
    • as such, he has differentiated, specified sense organs in the
    • penetrates into our sense perceptions from the earth's
    • celestial bodies in the world's spaces. We have sense perceptions
    • ordinary sense perceptions, so we send out to the movements of
    • the sense impressions of ordinary consciousness. And what we
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • When our senses
    • a certain sense make it our own. But insofar as it stands before
    • would perceive here on earth if every sense perception were to
    • hypnotize him, as if every sense perception were to take hold of
    • historical course of development has no sense.
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • this gave him pleasure, or at least a sense of satisfaction, and
    • sense. During the fourth post-Atlantean age, there existed in
    • the true sense of the word only if they could bring inner warmth
    • Greeks. In the historical development we may sense, as it were,
    • abandoning the earthly warmth of the life of the senses, we can
    • imagination and inspiration, and sound common sense really grasps
    • sense.
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    • sense of the words the utterance of the Christmas Eve saying, which
    • sense and meaning as to a meaning for the Earth, just as in any other
    • of which Haeckel is a follower may lead either to sense and meaning
    • or to nonsense and lack of meaning, so, in spite of its greatness, it
    • men, that they can in a sense remain children — speaking
    • merely equipped in a materialistic sense; but we cannot pass Him by
    • and more men arise who can thus grasp Christmas in the sense of
    • cosmic and at the same time earthly and moral sense let us fill our
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • teaches us all over the earth really to feel in the truest sense of
    • (this is meant in a specific sense). Humanity ought to become
    • element, in the most eminent sense, can come so near to human souls
    • between birth and death, so that we are able to sense within us
    • in such a spiritual scientific sense, this Christmas night will
    • renewed in the sense it has been today, to let the Christmas
    • time earthly, moral sense. Then, reinforced and strengthened with
  • Title: Lecture: Zarathustra
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    • sense perceptions of to-day. We shall best understand the way in
    • world of sense. He had direct experience of the spiritual world,
    • outer physical world and the life of sense, but I also have
    • know that there is another world behind the world of sense — a
    • world of the senses into the super-sensible world. One way is to
    • physical sound, the senses to turn away from outer impressions, and
    • veil of the outer world of sense.
    • of the senses, and seek the way into the spiritual worlds entirely by
    • behind the world of the senses there is the Divine-Spiritual. Man may
    • and in the same sense the spiritual part of the physical Sun may be
    • behind the world of the senses which works upon eyes and ears, there
    • spiritual sense, cannot understand Zarathustra; they cannot read the
    • sense of his teaching but merely see signs and symbols. Only those
    • the world of the senses, in the ordered grouping of the stars,
    • describing an apparent circle in the heavens, in the sense of our
    • the rotation of Time. In the highest sense, he taught that while one
    • third group of spiritual powers — powers which, in our sense,
    • world of sense: Ormuzd and Ahriman, behind them Zaruana Akarana,
    • of the external physical phenomena we perceive with our senses. Man,
    • spiritual world behind the world of the senses. It will then be
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    • the way in which we grasp the outer world by means of our senses and
    • to the spiritual realities lying behind the sense-realities of the
    • to doubt it would be as senseless as to doubt that our eyes can
    • certain sense, to re-establish the dominion of a life, which,
    • must not be analysed merely in the sense of allegory or symbol. It should
    • invisible Powers underlying the world of sense, and typified in the
    • yet remain untouched in his moral and ethical life; his sense of
    • of the alphabet were in this sense derived from the Heavens.
    • him in a still more intimate sense.
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • sense organs. Such things are made evident in the case of certain
    • must realise, gentlemen, that this is nonsense for I myself am the
  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • like to speak of how man's life on earth is in a certain sense a reverse
    • do with existence in a body. In one sense this is so. But spiritually
    • higher world. And anyone who in a spiritually right sense sees into
    • for the part played by love, even in its physiological sense, in the
    • religion and science were formerly one, and we should still have a sense
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • have gone to sleep, and the sense-perceptions have been gradually
    • experience a strong sense of time is present, but all feeling of space
    • the definite sense of space ceases. A general sense of time, however,
    • find it quite unbearable to lose in this way almost all sense of space
    • carries with it the sense of being concealed and protected within
    • physical senses and been immersed in this undefined experience which I
    • we feel a need to relate the world of the senses to a divine existence
    • the outer world of the senses. Such teachings were given in connection
    • sense-aspect and then add: And now within this sense-appearance a
    • we must insist upon a strict science for the world of the senses, and
    • attached in any way to the senses, nevertheless it too is a well-defined
    • sense as a fixed star. During the second stage of sleep the Sun has
    • through the Earth in a spiritual sense. The metamorphoses which come to
    • conscious in the widest sense of the fact that man lives not only in his
    • man has something left between waking and going to sleep of that sense
    • comprehensive sense, we must recognise that human consciousness too is
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • “Every soul originates in soul;” in the same sense
    • “All life originates from life” in the sense
    • Just in the same sense in which, in the case of a lion, the
    • has destroyed the sense of sight. In those eyes the physical and
    • each other in the physical sense as Newton was to his ancestors
    • in a psychic sense? One thinks of one animal species
    • — in the usual sense of the word — devoid of
    • expressed his sense of their great worth in his book,
    • highest sense of the word, his humanity. Knowledge without
    • whole life, that is in the highest sense — duty.
    • the careless are always ready to read some nonsense or other into
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • sense of this definition of natural science, and we could not
    • one cannot speak in the same sense of death in plants, as in
    • sense-experience of it will. There we have the difference
    • between idea and sense-perception. Therefore we an say that
    • the idea is a sense-experience turned inwards. But with this
    • experienced inwardly in our sense-life is embodied in our Ego
    • by every sense-impression, and by everything that we can
    • experience in the outer world. A sense-perception can even be
    • that in every conception we form from a sense-experience and
    • the sense-experiences come along and the self-mirroring of
    • sense-perception. The Ego-experience is in everything which
    • the child from the outside as sense-perceptions, and are only
    • his experiences do not remain merely as sense-perceptions but
    • far as the sense world.
    • sense-world. The soul must therefore incorporate into itself
    • life of the senses, he brings back with him in the morning,
    • not gained from the sense-world, for I have brought it with
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    • forces itself immediately upon our senses.
    • what we can perceive through our senses — from the
    • kingdom of the sense-world, which are accessible to human
    • observation. Here, in the physical sense-world, four kingdoms
    • are spread out before our senses: the mineral kingdom, the
    • be possible within the physical sense-world, for here, things
    • The animal has, in the physical sense-world, a physical body,
    • group-souls inhabit the physical sense-world. But in the case
    • we must transcend what is physical, in the modern sense
    • interpenetrate. All the instruments of the senses, all organs
    • senses; you grasp the mineral laws, and during your waking
    • however, remain merely within his sense-organs; but while the
    • the physical sense-world; but they are able nevertheless, to
    • simplest. It is an utterly senseless way of speaking to
    • is, in a certain sense, only a half-truth. We must transform
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • sense — all we can perceive through our senses and
    • understand with our intellect — which is bound to the senses
    • people in the world are, through their healthy sense of
    • evolution”. In this manner did Goethe sense how
    • the life of the human spirit in the sense that the
    • enter into the sense of the work. The
    • nothing to do with something feminine in the ordinary sense.
    • Spiritual Science is to lead us in a modern sense, is
    • physical surrounding us in the sense world is Maya, illusion;
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • friends who to-day are alone in a certain sense. It also goes
    • ‘Kings’ in the spiritual sense of the word: magic kings come to
    • which in the full sense of the word we may call Anthroposophy,
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • be, in a certain sense, given to this of Spiritual Science in
    • their teaching in the full sense of the word.
    • Aristotle were seldom read in the sense in which they were
    • currents he did not mean nerves in our sense of the word, but
    • world. He was, in the highest sense of the word, the man who
    • requisite for our senses and for our reason, which is
    • view it with our eyes and study it with our other senses.
    • senses, is implanted in Nature by Divine Spiritual Beings. At
    • longer see behind the things of sense. Not because this was
    • he was able to do because, in a certain sense, his mind was
    • a Spiritual sense. As then understood, it was indeed an
    • of the Divine Wisdom expressed in the world of sense. All
    • senses. It cannot be comprehended by human reason. Divine
    • relation of man to the world of sense and to his own
    • sense in any way whatsoever.
    • perceived by means of the human senses, that which he himself
    • the sense-world. Not in the way in which (as he thought) it
    • impressions of the senses. These are his first means of
    • impressions of the senses.
    • things which have impressed the senses are no longer before
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    • from his early years, on, one may say in the truest sense of
    • beings in the true sense of the word. When we pass in review
    • remarkable achievement (in the most limited sense of the
    • empirical facts of the outer senses be traced to spiritual
    • from entities, is devoid of all sense. Not until active life
    • particular, also with anthropology in a wider sense; further
    • look upon Goethe's ideas regarding colour as nonsense; this
    • scientific in the truest sense, and, compared with which, all
    • sense, with Goethe's life, — but to consider the
    • discussions in our sense of the word, for these are not
    • theosophical, in the intellectual and spiritual sense, even
    • May we be together in this sense, even after we have parted,
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    • position in the widest sense of the term. For it goes without
    • I quote it here because I am now speaking in a wider sense of the
    • to spoil the boy. He did not wish to tell him what nonsense his
    • the nonsense which the teacher created by his foolish teaching.
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    • us here especially. In a certain sense we are all of us a
    • senseless.
    • much resistance, in our time above all, for the sense of Truth
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    • other things, connected with our question in a wider sense.
    • development of these faculties. In a subordinate sense, no
    • transmitted to the descendants; but speaking in the sense of
    • eyes and other senses upon the mineral, plant and animal world.
    • must remember, in a certain sense everything in the world is
    • all-embracing sense. It is also cyclic in the sense that
    • might discover something in the true and real sense; such
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of Man to the Hierarchies
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    • world, open his eyes to all that appears to his senses,
    • harmony among men on Earth. Hence in a certain sense they
    • him on and on, so that in a sense he has his Angelos beside him
    • in a certain sense benumbs his soul; and this benumbing
    • Such aberration remains in a sense an individual matter. At
    • that it is nonsense (so they say) to believe that what a man
    • that earthly evolution only receives its sense and
    • in the sense that one merely speaks the name: ‘Christ,
    • secrets, even in the external sense. Certain traditions were
    • existed in the ancient sense, this idea was carried out with
    • worthless nonsense.
    • originators of the steam-engine in the sense in which one
    • conservative in the sense of resisting progress. In deed
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • life — through sense observation, through intellectual
    • said in a bad sense — to caress the infant Jesus has
    • the senses, understood by the intellect — in
    • Christian heart must have an ever deepening sense of
    • level whence they could, in the true sense, direct their look
    • the sense-consciousness of our age, enmeshed in external
    • equality of the human nature in all men. We sense the child
    • such a person will sense the new impulse if only he pays heed
    • Make the endeavour, in the sense we intend, in living reality
    • sensed the Christ-permeated character of
    • hold fast to truth, then do you sense, in contrast with the
    • appearance and untruth. A sign pointing your way to the sense
    • human being well and vital, when you sense the rejuvenating,
    • illness, then will you have sensed the third part of the Christ
    • empowers us to sense the spiritual behind the external physical
    • truly Christian sense the revelations following one upon
    • a spiritual experience. For we shall sense the Christ more and
    • human beings, not only in an abstract sense but human beings
    • beings in an absolute sense, but human beings of a definite
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • comprises all that man can perceive with his external senses,
    • the symbol of death in a quite particular sense. This, too,
    • Pervaded by a new and unknown sense:
    • sense is the vulture which swoops down at the birth of the
    • eyes observe only physically, whose senses experience only the
    • the lower senses. The first impulse to fight and overcome it
    • music of the spheres he first senses the triple harmony of the
    • The World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit (6 Lectures)
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    • Beings who are inaccessible to sense perception. Today, however, we
    • the senses; that there exist amongst the beings perceptible to the
    • senses other Beings invisibly at work, who express themselves through
    • senses. Whilst the human being is known through sense-perception, a
    • can be known through sense-experience or sensory impressions and yet
    • will control and direct them. He will do this in a still higher sense
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • not immediately perceptible to the senses or to external observation
    • also possess in a certain sense a physical body. They must be able to
    • the external world apprehended by the senses is only maya or
    • which is dimly sensed by one who is not clairvoyant, but which a
    • Spirits of the Age intuitively sense the progress of mankind? They
    • prevailing ideas of an age are intuitively sensed by the Archai,
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    • that the world of sensation and the world of sense-impressions no
    • geometrical and mathematical knowledge sense-data are superfluous;
    • interested in the phenomenal world perceived through the senses. The
    • external world as experienced by man, and his sense-derived knowledge
    • were dependent upon our sense perceptions of the external world. In
    • the senses to perceive the external world of colours, sounds, cold
    • sense-perception, so the Archangel looks down upon the world that
    • senses his impending death, feels the need to withdraw from the
    • personal experiences which derive from his sense perceptions are
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    • existence. If you bear this in mind then you will also sense the
    • its mission. In a profound occult sense the Biblical writer was able
    • system via the outer life of the senses. This is the one way. In the
    • sense-impressions and from there radiate to those parts of the
    • the senses of the abnormal Spirits whom we may describe as Jupiter
    • Spirits. The Caucasians therefore are determined through the senses.
    • the senses. The Greeks, of course, were also influenced by the forces
    • everything that acts upon the senses to the service of Jupiter or
    • can well imagine that as man has many senses, many modifications are
    • senses upon the nervous system, one or other of the senses may
    • senses predominates, so will the different peoples respond in this or
    • to the spirit through the senses, for this race is orientated chiefly
    • towards the sense-world.
    • spiritualisation of the life of the senses. This is experienced by
    • highly was that he was still able dimly to sense something of the
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    • yet differentiate between the various external sense perceptions; at
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    • the senses and that the ego, the fundamental essence of the human
    • he senses danger. He directs his gaze outwards and believes the
    • independence, he sensed not merely the possibility of evil, but, in
    • find that this image is used in this sense even in relation to
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    • to the external senses, Freyr was the continuer of all that had
    • of Christ were to be taken in a materialistic sense, implying that
    • its clairvoyant past behind it, a clairvoyant sense is also developed
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    • the best sense — which we find in
    • order to achieve it they must offer sacrifice in a deeper sense to
    • a more profound sense, may be called sacerdotal — it is only
    • traced the cult of its intellectuality in its widest sense, with the
    • poured, there may be more or less consciously sensed something of the
    • spiritual forces, to which we too in the sense of our own time are
    • truth in the deepest and most spiritual sense of the words, however
    • in the modern, generally accepted sense of the word, because we are
    • aspects, the one grasped by the senses and outwardly visible, seen on
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    • not use the term ‘miraculous’ in this sense, for to him
    • scene epitomises the sense of conflict which finds expression in
    • get any idea, still less any sense of what the Greek soul experienced
    • meteorology in such terms he would have thought as senseless as it
    • thought in the sense that it leads its own isolated thought-existence
    • occult sense of taste, the spiritual sense of taste. When
    • sense of taste, for he knows that the astral body and the etheric
    • sense of taste. In the case of the astral body the sense of taste is
    • with a sense of oppression. It is impossible to perceive the astral
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    • call super-human, Beings not accessible to human sense-perception,
    • earthly beings of sense to have the Christ also among them once as an
    • earthly being of sense. But in His essential nature the Christ is not
    • stars, especially when he turned to Venus, he sensed in his soul the
    • Greek sense of one of the ‘wonders of the world’, and it
    • in the spiritual sense stars are. What are they to a quickened
    • can be seen by the physical senses.
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    • scientist of today naturally it would seem utter nonsense for anyone
    • space, though for the mind held captive by the sense-world it seems
    • the still clairvoyant ego. The Greek had a sense of tragedy when he
    • advanced in the sense that she inclined more towards the Earth,
    • looked back with a sense of tragedy to that old clairvoyant
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    • by the exercise of our physical senses, by exercising our faculties
    • entirely to the physical world. It would be idle nonsense to say that
    • naturalist in the sense in which modern man believes he was, but he
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    • at all — it would be nonsense to think that they do —
    • have been pure humbug, for they only make sense on the assumption
    • spiritual-scientific things in their true sense, one must forego the
    • claim that the human being always retains his common sense, and
    • the things of the higher spiritual worlds with common sense and
    • common sense within certain moulds, namely in those forms which in
    • obviously knows how to think scientifically in the modern sense of
    • professor has a sound common sense judgment for the things of the
    • with that part of his soul which brings common sense to bear on the
    • common sense will continue to accompany a man when he seeks to grasp
    • are the things for which common sense is adapted; and a man may well
    • of common sense, but that we should take our common sense along with
    • common sense. Then they fancy that, because they had it with them
    • things of the spiritual world with common sense. It is just that one
    • before you in a petty example was in a far higher sense a necessity
    • common sense which goes with normal consciousness and then make use
    • world, is that it should not lose its common sense and treat as
    • nonsense what, if it has held on to its common sense, reveals itself
    • if we are speaking in the true sense of the higher worlds. Hence you
    • beautiful in a different sense from that in which the late Greek
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    • deteriorate, then we are in a very real sense being
    • becomes visible in the solution, so in a higher sense something of
    • In a certain sense
    • idea or mental representation is, in a higher sense, only the
    • of Jehovah-Christ, and in doing so light upon the true sense of the
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    • in a sense the representations of the sub-earthly, the Chthonic gods.
    • gods, those who, in the sense we explained yesterday, were the
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    • his senses, or even to his clairvoyant knowledge; he aims at a
    • must permeate ourselves with this in the Pauline sense. It is not our
    • in the Pauline sense with the Christ Impulse, and then plunge into
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    • a certain sense, when we cast our eyes back into antiquity, the Homeric
    • of Christianity unites in this sense into an organic whole with what
    • culture coincides in a certain sense with the founding of Christianity and
    • lit up in his soul. Observation of the sense-world was not so detached
    • his senses, and with his sense impressions he simultaneously perceived the
    • not necessary for man to withdraw from sense impressions or to give
    • in the very sense of the word — was a common possession of
    • given conditions, but was as natural as sense perception.
    • in the world of sense. In Greek culture the balance is not between the
    • present in sense perception as was the case in Pre-Grecian times. It lit
    • perceived when the senses were directed to the outer world. The Greek
    • which their senses perceived.
    • receive, simultaneously with the sense impressionthe, Spiritual living
    • contemplation and the sense perception of things became two worlds which
    • of Christianity was not to direct man's gaze to the world of sense in
    • not beautiful in the external sense. Already here we find the outer
    • And if we would understand human evolution in the sense of Spiritual
    • of the world of sense, and it then becomes part of history itself.
    • sense was concerned. It was only in the spirit that he rose to “other
    • so terrible in the outward sense is deepened and rises again from out of
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    • in the middle ear, which are connected with the sense of equilibrium.
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    • which in the profoundest sense of the word belongs to the most interesting
    • us in a certain sense a task; directly we study them they present to
    • at all understand the sense, and spirit, and meaning of it all unless
    • sense from ordinary humanity, and again with the passions, purposes
    • reasoning sense-perception, the ordinary feelings; something which was
    • restricts itself to what is perceived by the external senses, to what
    • the intellect connected with the senses and the brain can tell of things.
    • into the forms of existence which lie behind the sense-world. It is
    • the impressions received from the external sense-world, a primeval humanity
    • who laid no claim to science in the present-day sense, or to the use
    • of the intellect in the present-day sense, a primeval human soul-power
    • of rulers who in the ordinary sense resemble present-day humanity, butt
    • world not merely by means of the external senses, but by means of something
    • or ether body. This etheric body lies within our sense body. By means
    • sense body, into that condition of perception whereby we become aware
    • experience that which our eyes see, our ears hear, our senses can grasp,
    • perceive with his external sense, cannot even perceive when he looks
    • and not in the animal sense. The creative spirit for the etheric body
    • which are so impersonally alluded to even in the national sense, so
    • active sense of spiritual culture, can perform immeasurably great service.
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  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture I: The Michael Imagination
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    • appearance, outside the physical, sense-perceptible world, can be
    • sense-perceptible events, we are living in a time of hard tests for
    • senses.
    • looks out attentively with his physical eyes and his other senses at his
    • course of the year. When we direct our senses towards the external
    • organs, as we may call them. Compared with the sense-world, this
    • man accepts Anthroposophy in the right sense, not reading it
    • the usual descriptions of sense-perceptible events — we can
    • so only if in a certain sense we are able to experience the dying
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    • deepest sense; the nature that makes it truly Earth.
    • salt-formations — in the widest sense of the term — which
    • taking this in the widest sense to connote a physical deposit,
    • sense, but chiefly upwards. Through our head we are continually drawn
    • first as an embryo, is in this sense wholly Sun-activity. The embryo
    • has borne the child as a being who is in the deepest sense related to
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture III: The Easter Imagination
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    • in a sense renewed for human beings every year. We can learn to feel
    • Luciferic-being grasps through his ear-formation what he has sensed
    • central point of our Goetheanum. Thus, in a certain sense, the Easter
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture IV: The St. John Imagination
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    • crude sense; you must think of the silver and gold as diluted beyond
    • however, lives in a certain sense as an
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture V: The Working Together of the Four Archangels
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    • spiritual forces, active in sense-perception and in thinking.
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    • For I hope to show that in a definite sense and one that is of
    • certainly be put into definite form. In a certain sense,
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    • schooled in the sense of Spiritual Science can still confirm
    • very deepest sense brings the conviction of how intimately a
    • the ordinary sense of the word, of any infraction of the laws
    • sense too — more about the connection between that
    • It is not denied that in the external sense this darkening and
    • them to participate in the real sense in this event of the
    • additional and necessary words. In an occult sense I feel
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    • earthly life in the real sense lies after the Mystery of
    • the really deep sense, much will be acquired for a true
    • sense in which it must be understood in times to come. Men of
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    • of life, so too, in a certain sense, did it happen to Jesus of
    • knowledge that is wisdom, but had in a certain sense become an
    • supreme Powers of the Spirit, by his sense of justice and of
    • but he too was not an Essene in the strict sense of the word.
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    • sense, especially gifted. He had an inner gentleness, a
    • This was the sense in which Jesus of Nazareth spoke. He also
    • kinsmen around him began to think that he had lost his senses.
    • senses. He was given up as hopeless. And indeed for days he
    • sheer, unscrupulous nonsense. But our teachings have also been
    • of the Spirit. The sense of truth in the degree essential for
    • For in spiritual culture as it is to-day, this sense of truth
    • sense of truth are required for this. One of Eucken's most
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    • science has shown us the way to understand in a much higher sense
    • external air, and as his senses gradually awaken — in the same
    • this wisdom is to be understood in a rather deeper sense, more
    • sense be learned. It is not easy to describe what its meaning for us
    • amount of energy — they are in a sense the most perfect.
    • humanity. Courage and temperance make us in a sense members of the
    • well. Through understanding wisdom and justice in the sense that I
    • carry all this in our souls, and keep as an abiding sense this
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    • carriers of mental activity, the nerve and sense
    • nerve and sense processes alone; they are always permeated by
    • harmonization of the nerve and sense processes and of
    • nerve and sense process in a fully conscious way, the
    • colours, pure sounds, pure qualities in the other senses, but
    • made sense only within my organism. In some such way as this,
    • experience, as the sense of self is for us, and quite another
    • sense-organ,” or rather a spirit-organ, just as
    • through our ordinary senses we look into and listen to the
    • I want to say is simply this: that, in the same sense in which
    • in the soul, in a more spiritual sense than they were formerly
    • provides us, through the senses, for observation and experiment
    • quantitative mathematics, in the broadest sense, that can
    • can look with our external senses at the physical form of
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    • by a sense of the powerlessness of his mental life in face of
    • in the true sense of the world a spiritual being, he is
    • experience, if I may so put it, is a sense of the powerlessness
    • feel it informing our senses, feel too that our psychic
    • outside world and our senses, which are of course physical and
    • show us, the human eye or some other sense-organ, there remains
    • the psychologist experiences his sense of the powerlessness of
    • mind's experience. Everywhere there obtrudes a sense of the
    • then become clairvoyant powers in the sense in which I spoke
    • spiritual world, just as with the ordinary sense-organs it can
    • senses.
    • the senses. Man today, seeking to know the spiritual, does not
    • the ideal of the life of the senses, with its intensity and
    • consciousness when it has to forgo both sense-impressions
    • ordinary man with his healthy common sense who is a sober
    • can sense this with his ordinary consciousness. But the science
    • sense-organ” (to speak loosely) or a spiritual
    • “insight” in its literal sense) into the way the
    • so with ordinary common sense one can perceive what the
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    • the ordinary sense, but a momentary contact with the spiritual
    • sense. He always has to make a certain effort to attain again
    • in the modern sense.
    • When we try as modern men in this sense to find our way with
    • times that are “historical” in the sense that they
    • the revelation of the spiritual world in the true sense of the
    • sense of what is operative in a people's language — of
    • the observation of nature in the modern sense. The
    • art that Goethe sensed when he said: “The beautiful is a
    • common sense and a sound, spiritually informed eye, you
    • gained by initiation in a deeper sense. But everywhere we can
    • self may become a sense-organ or spiritual organ; and we
    • changes. He arouses a sense of the past; he seems like someone
    • who live between the two must allow the world of the senses to
    • of nature? His artistic sense transformed itself naturally into
    • spirituality in Goethe's sense. This is what he meant by
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    • in immediate revelation, as they appear to the human senses and
    • senses observe directly, what extends in space and time, and to
    • establish is far removed from what the senses observe.
    • that it is not reality in the same sense. If he did not
    • world is reality, and the outside world, that of the senses, is
    • sense he must admit that in what extends in space and time he
    • exists in the external world of the senses, a replica of the
    • concrete in its individual forms as the world of the senses in
    • replica of the world of facts and of the senses. Now,
    • to our senses it is sensuous and physical. And when all this
    • ancient Orient sensed that the spiritual world is a reality
    • assumed the most varied forms — we can see how the sense
    • it faded, this sense of inhabiting a spiritual world; and this
    • sense of maya at which the Oriental finally arrived. And in
    • and world of the senses as maya — world of the senses as
    • the sense that it is a true and faithful replica, a
    • in no pejorative sense); in the Middle region, as he thinks and
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    • the sense in which we must in fact be men, if we did not
    • senses, the intellect and the logical faculty) must call a halt
    • intensification of the sense of self. What happens is
    • the sense of self. The sense of self has its own strength, and
    • self-discipline in relation to the sense of self, and at
    • the world, in the modern sense, by turning many familiar
    • extent that the whole man becomes a kind of sense-organ, or
    • recall how selfless (in a material sense) the human eye must be
    • material sense, as we are accustomed to do in exact science as
    • Many people already sense the nature of the secret pertaining
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    • right; in a sense, it must always be mistaken as well.
    • sense-organ, similar to what I have called a
    • sense; but we came to feel at home in what we thus
    • the spiritual organism or “sense-organ” he becomes
    • such a knowledge, we develop a fine sense for any impediment to
    • of modern times, must pay for in the sense that our purely
    • and its social needs in this sense.
    • and over again. We can understand it. But in another sense we
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    • in a sense, the ideal economic and political organization
    • when there was as yet no sense of purely external natural law
    • appear to be confronted with laws in the later sense of the
    • ask: In what sense do human souls cling to such structures?
    • become — in the Greek sense, it is true — wise men,
    • time, in the sense that it reproduces what was currently felt
    • German one — in the sense that I indicated at the
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    • sense of gloom that was to be experienced in the years just
    • sense of self, a sense of personality that is still quiescent
    • individual who still lacks this sense of
    • experiences it as in a dream, without sense of personality.
    • can, in a sense, regard the entire Ancient East as
    • strengthening of his sense of self and his inner security of
    • the sense of self. From an awareness that the soul was not then
    • attuned to a sense of self, and that such a sense still
    • social duty to foster the birth of this sense of self in
    • strong sense of community persisting in Plato's ideal state,
    • individuality in the fullest sense.
    • strong sense of self. These tribes acquired the important
    • with a still subdued sense of self, into complete
    • self-consciousness and a full sense of self. For the brilliant
    • them, as the central feature of their being, this sense of
    • thus making its appearance in human development, the sense of
    • higher psychic sense, man experienced something that also finds
    • a later age already had this sense of self, and needed to
    • way from a highly developed sense of self into the social
    • this sense is taken over. We are, however, also reminded
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    • really seem like — and in a sense even are — the
    • sense, but in a general human sense — must spread among
    • This can be sensed by the very man who today is thrown back by
    • outlook, a philosophy of life in the sense
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    • have mentioned. My purpose was to attempt, out of the sense of
    • ideas to the spiritual world, acquires a true sense of reality,
    • against the historical sense, in order that, from these forces,
    • the one hand, then, there exists a definite sense of man's
    • astonished at the amount of common sense that was generated.
    • fact is that, in the economic sphere, common sense, which can
    • more the sense of human personality, which experiences them as
    • towards the capacity for abstraction. You can sense how
    • our age, where common sense is so commonplace, men can come
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    • through our senses and our intellect, which is closely connected with
    • the senses — that is, we follow the eyes, nose, ears
    • senses; it is as it were thrown back, and from this, sense-impressions
    • inwardly what is denied to us with regard to blood and sense-nerves:
    • to the senses; and we only learn to know those inspirations destined
    • to up-build us when we live within the nerves extending to our senses.
    • in the inner enjoyment of ourselves — to get beyond the senses,
    • but only reach the point where the blood streams enter the senses. Man
    • a man lives in the nerves which extend to the senses, he experiences
    • self-enjoyment. This is why in a certain sense it produces a higher
    • I have just described, the life within ones own sense-organs and blood
    • passing of self-enjoyment into the senses, nerves, and blood-circulation,
    • through as it were from outside into the extremities of the senses of
    • in a sense stand far, or at least relatively far, from the activity
    • inward enjoyments along the paths which lead to his senses, or penetrates
    • his own being from outside as far as to the senses, but when he can
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    • especially when observing the world through our senses and our
    • the senses, that
    • in the blood is reflected through the senses; it is as it were
    • thrown back, and from this, sense impressions arise. And that which
    • sense nerves, to experience inwardly what leads to the eye, to
    • blood extending to the senses; and we only learn to know those
    • extending to our senses.
    • the inner enjoyment of ourselves, to get beyond the senses, but
    • only reach the point where the blood streams enter the senses. Man
    • When a man lives in the nerves which extend to the senses, he
    • This is why in a certain sense it produces a higher bliss in people
    • have just described, the life within ones own sense organs and
    • self-enjoyment into the senses, nerves, and blood-circulation — can
    • senses of circulation, and into the ultimate ends of the nerve paths.
    • members which in a sense stand far, or at least relatively far,
    • enjoyment along the paths which lead to his senses, or penetrates
    • his own being from outside as far as to the senses, but when he can
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    • Sense-world of perception. Now, because Manichaeism took into
    • a person can gain from this Sense-world and his experiences
    • impressions on our other Sense-organs, are really so
    • constructed as they appear to be to the evidence of the senses,
    • appears, when one shuts one's Sense organs to it. That is the
    • reality is not to be found in external Sense-Revelation. It
    • sense in Saint-Simon, if we briefly outline the chief thoughts
    • Demonology. The first stage of evolution in the Comte sense is
    • stage, in which Augusts Comte quite in the sense of his master
    • Sense-Reality of positivistic science. The third stage is
    • sense of the 5th Post Atlantean epoch, with its so absolutely
    • threefold division, one can say in his sense, that this
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    • his life of the senses and of soul becoming something different
    • sense, it is his duty and obligation to let something live in
    • Theosophy is not a panacea in the ordinary sense, rather it is
    • healthy, clear, sober thinking in the sense of Theosophy. If
    • deepens them in the theosophical sense, gain endlessly
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    • times. And at this point the human spirit is, in a sense,
    • stand before these buildings with a finer sense of art if we
    • considerable, in the highest sense, not to mention
    • filled with a warm sense of gratitude towards all those who
    • of the senseless idea of modern times that spiritual science is
    • senseless idea; for just the simplest souls are aware of those
    • what is his final word? — “In this sense, and from
    • senses his God, as does, for that matter, the whole present
    • guiding purposes; but he senses a God who seeks guiding
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    • senses.’ The man took a pencil and a piece of paper from his
    • perceived by the outward physical senses, a shape which, as it
    • plant is visible to the external sense of sight, and is an
    • external sense, was objective, existent in the outer world, living
    • external sense, and furnished by a limited understanding from
    • external sense-perceptions, but that the human being, when he
    • separate sense-observations, arrives at truth and reality just as
    • one does by means of external sense perceptions.
    • and the experience of the senses, and finds within these facts the
    • writes: ‘Goethe seeks behind the sense-revelations the actual
    • sense-observations and the formal working out by the mind of what
    • absolute reality in the highest sense of the word, and in them you
    • He, summoned by the Dominicans in their sense and in their place,
    • Before, she had perceived them only through the sense of touch;
    • senses, and the other is the insufficient development of the
    • him down to the senses and the senses led him up again to reason.
    • of the senses: but through every sense organ there is revealed to
    • physical senses in the contemplation of beauty — these become
    • sense? He must guide his nature down so that it proves true in
    • physical nature, and train the sense up, so that it prove true in
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    • be said here must be taken in no other sense than the following. We
    • story in this symbolic, allegoric sense, but more in such a way
    • sense and the spirit of Goethe's methods of thought and
    • things; he observes the world with his sense-organs, takes in
    • senses, and the result is an absolute knowledge of the world which
    • say, of an European monist, who has a sense of reality through having
    • observation of the senses and the application of the human
    • sense-observations. Every one of you knows that the capacity to
    • position of the Snake. This is so in a very wide sense. He who takes
    • powerless in a true sense? Take all the conditions possible to man
    • caught up wide masses of people, which in a comprehensive sense seeks
    • regarded in this truly free Goethean sense as the representative of
    • from the kingdom of the senses into the kingdom of the spiritual, and
    • senses.
    • higher sense, slide over into the spiritual world. He shows it in the
    • But to him who does not bring an inner light to meet the sense of
    • an esoteric sense, we see how the Temple of Knowledge is brought by
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    • to Eckermann on 29th Jan., 1827: ‘All in Faust is of the senses,
    • after ideas! Away from the merely perceptive sense observation!
    • greatest nonsense, and at that time it was most difficult to
    • copied it. Humbug and nonsense of all kinds went on in the
    • imposture. In a certain sense the way to the spiritual is connected with
    • the outer senses, and through the human understanding, with its
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    • rightly in Goethe's sense, also sees that deeper things lie behind.
    • ‘experience in the sense of the new Spiritual Science.’
    • commentator of Faust in Goethe's sense. Thus it is to be done by
    •    Thy sense is shut, thy heart is dead:
    • deeper sense of development is indicated precisely in this Masque
    • Living in the physical world of the senses, one sees the
    • itself to sense-phenomena. Now just imagine for a moment all these
    • is behind the whole sense-world, what lies behind all matter, what
    • gives rise to the sense-world. He arrives at the stage where the
    • resound with what we have called in the spiritual sense, the music
    • being. Here the spiritual sense catches sight behind the physical
    • forms of the sense-world of what penetrates into this sense-world
    • sense-world are no more, where they do not exist, which is
    • sense-world into the supersense-world. What this is shows us
    • full consciousness be experienced in the supersense-world.
    • the sense-world into the supersense-world. This is done in a
    • hereditary line, taken from the physical-sense-world and bequeathed
    • the sense-world and touching the boundary of the supersense-world,
    • This scene is not to be pictured in the sphere of sense
    • powers and beings which are active behind the physical-sense-world,
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    • scientific sense in modern times; but if we look away from the
    • Oriental world of which the Greek civilisation was, in a sense,
    • in which we take part through our senses, or through our
    • light; and in a certain sense, we can say: ‘The Sun lives in
  • Title: World History: Lecture II: Mysteries of 'Asia'
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    • those times. It would be nonsense to suppose that it were in
    • of ordinary sense-perception, and the pictures that a dream can
    • we perceive with our senses — was something that came
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • Hence it could not have the experience of freedom, in the sense
    • the sense of those times — about the immortality of the
    • too how that which was in a certain sense already within this
    • in reality a kind of sense-organ for the Earth and could take
    • thereby in a sense establishing their souls, now lived again
  • 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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    • sense-perception. Then he was made aware of all the
    • the senses is an illusion, that what the senses give is
    • through sense-perception.
    • consciousness of the illusory character of the sense-world is
    • Cosmos, then he must become in his whole being a sense-organ,
    • for Aristotle the ‘Earth’ in this sense teaches up as far as
    • while; we only see what our external senses perceive, we only
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • brought to man a vivid sense of his relation to the kingdoms of
    • himself away from this conscious sense of union with
    • to bring Hellenism to the East in any external sense. Wherever
  • Title: World History: Lecture VI: Mysteries of the Ancient Near East Enter Europe
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    • senses; but this after all is only what corresponds in the
    • his senses to the spiritual revelations that have again been
    • certain sense we may say with truth that Aristotle's works are
    • the full, world-historic sense unless we can on the one hand
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • From the spiritual point of view, all this is sheer nonsense.
    • ceases to be albumen in any sense, becomes entirely mineral in
    • skin of the human being and acts upon the senses, stimulating
  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • so in a certain sense we may say that in the Goetheanum
  • Title: World History: Lecture IX: World History in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • that Meeting. Anyone with a sense of the reality of the
    • well give rise to a sense of great responsibility. And here in
    • world of the senses you will have enough strength to protect
    • senses. Hence you must remain with them in the world of the
    • senses. If you do not wish to be paralysed in your life of soul
    • as medicine should be taken in the real sense into
    • world of the senses. To the souls who are truly
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    • presented to the senses in his environment, and also what
    • the human intellect can deduce from sense-perception,
    • into the events of the outer sense-world; man lives now in the
    • pictures which this sense-world transmits to his soul. We have
    • being in the sense-world, the feeling of union with this
    • sense-world; and from this point of view — I might say of
    • the outer sense-reality give to him, certainly at some time the
    • the variability of the outer sense-world?
    • compares what he sees in the outer sense-world with what he
    • and receiving sense-impressions, from that of looking inward
    • attain from a higher standpoint knowledge about sense-reality
    • sense-reality a judgment about the dream-world, when, as a
    • value as reality, of the higher value, of sense-experience itself.
    • put this way: Can we perhaps wake up in a higher sense from our
    • second waking a knowledge about the sense-world, just as from
    • the sense-world comes knowledge about the dream?
    • a higher sense, whether the soul finds forces within itself for
    • relation to the sense-world and to ordinary people
    • sense-reality. This is expressed in a very popular way, of
    • through sense-perceptions or any intellectual combinations?
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    • only feel it dimly, because we can only dimly sense the influence
    • nonsense for a man of the second or third millennium of the
    • external nature which he perceived with his senses. At that time he
    • nature outside him as presented to his sense-organs is a strong
    • external sense-reality will appear in its place, and that which
    • senses, will, when the earth reaches the Venus-condition, be
    • metaphysical concepts, a human Ordering appeared which in a sense
    • Men could now only believe in the external sense-phenomena, even in
    • Truth. It is an anachronism to speak to-day in the same sense of
    • sense without falling into an anachronism, and to-day to honour the
    • relates to the sense-life, to a what is in the causal Ordering of
    • sense. A certain basic sentence lies at the bottom of the ideal
    • a certain sense, in a threefold way to the Spiritual striving of
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    • growth: He forms ideas about what in a sense goes outside
    • must in a sense learn to value the winter, because were it
    • in the sense of spiritual science. Hence among us things are
    • has vanished. In the fullest sense there is an ahrimanic
    • a clinging to what is merely perceived by the senses.
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    • this, we must put first, and take in the deepest sense, what
    • worlds, in the sense that knowledge of these higher powers is
    • most eminent sense to the attainment of results independent
    • sense of the word. It naturally has a value. But one must
    • Whoever strives in the sense of what is given in
    • spiritual world is interpreted by us in the right sense.
    • every case only in an objectively scientific sense, as are
    • spiritual or abstract entities like these, but sense-like
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    • in a moral sense is extremely important. It is much more
    • we spoke in a deeper sense of love as an impulse and in such
    • valuable in the moral sense the further we advance to the
    • saying: This is my standpoint. In a moral sense this
    • this sense Anthroposophy must be sacred to us; we must be
    • this in a moral sense will be a result of anthroposophical
    • who, in this sense, does not regard as base all that impairs
    • conscious of the external world through his body. The sense
    • it is also the sense body through which man arrives at
    • sense-body of man must be preserved. It if were not preserved
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture I
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    • what I may call, in the sense of the fifth post-Atlantean
    • a man with an extraordinarily strong sense of duty, but for a
    • Goethe, however, who possessed without doubt a certain sense
    • whether or not the servant sensed something of Goethe's nature,
    • profound disharmony ensued between what they sensed within the
    • sense as strongly as possible how wide the gulf was between the
    • sense, live within himself in polaric contrasts. He went through
    • upon us, and we shall be able to sense the scope of his inner
    • Goethe is a humorist in the most vital sense — a blunt
    • minister who was not a Goethe in our sense. Anyone who
    • sensed in the presence of works of art that man really creates
    • something peculiar now took form in his soul. He sensed a
    • past and is a book sealed with seven seals. In a certain sense,
    • nonsense.
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    • of the individual and, in a broader sense, the collective karma
    • sense with his person. But, in reference to certain phenomena
    • Now, this does apply in a certain sense for the things Erasmus
    • assume utter nonsense in the evolution of the world if we had
    • sense of the term. Bear in mind that, in spite of all the
    • scientific sense — would be Goethe's friendship with Schiller
    • spiritually, it becomes possible for us to sense the profound
    • body that is in a sense filled with occult knowledge, and in
    • sense, from his environment, and a more complicated process
    • is, of course, an ordinary bit of nonsense. What we really have
    • reveals to us in a real sense that nature and the work of the
    • forces of the soul that are necessary to fully sense and feel
    • sense and in the right light, these first scenes of
    • lazy truth and one that is itself asleep since it is nonsense.
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    • sense, and approach it from various points and directions. When
    • unified organization, and it is really sheer nonsense,
    • hand to move, for example; this is sheer nonsense. It exists
    • ascend to his senses and brain system. You will surely say,
    • sense of sight, merely through scent or hearing, as the one
    • of the inner sense. Thus, I once saw a well-trained white
    • one lecture to another does not sense it, but he passes through
    • had this special karma. He sensed and felt how the people with
    • He was able to sense this because what lived mysteriously in
    • world through our senses and our ordinary perceptions. But you
    • spiritual world. In a certain sense, we submerge ourselves in
    • other people become, in a certain sense, dream-forms of life
    • things and human existence would, in some sense, consume
    • is, in a sense, an end; his shoemaking is a beginning. We say,
    • earth is Saturn, and that Vulcan is, in a sense, earth. What
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture IV
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    • from them. What they learned was to them, in a sense, the will
    • fourth stage of the earth. The earth is, in a sense, the Saturn
    • easily be recognized when we take a common sense look out into
    • omnipresent in a concrete, special sense. People must learn to
    • sense, so long as what arose from human work bore the aura of
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    • not be confused with what we designate, in the broadest sense,
    • sense, the inner peculiarities that are consolidated through
    • places our physical body here, in a sense, and works through
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    • understanding. We have all grown up, in a sense, in the
    • Vischer became, in a sense, a great and famous man who
    • a sense; they draw threads from one event to another but do not
    • difficult to speak of these things; indeed, in a certain sense,
    • gradually lost their sense for it. Just think how often in
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture VII
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    • now my task to explain, episodically in a sense, something that
    • sense much that is related to the questions we are
    • strictly in a physical sense. External science cannot yet open
    • his eyes and other senses the mineral, vegetable, animal world,
    • begins, which stands in opposition, in a sense, to the
    • in a sense. We know, of course, the vast cycles of the
    • sense such things in different ways, however, depending on
    • would gradually sense an impulse to come to true spiritual
    • 1840's on — in a sense, ever since her birth or childhood.
    • practice theosophy — to be sure, in the sense in which it was
    • nature, confirms what Mill and Herzen already had sensed. He is
    • it with a clear mind, with senses awakened by spiritual science
    • in the true sense whom the spiritual scientific truths have
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    • theoretical way, since they are in the highest sense truths of
    • present in this family in the most eminent sense. Nevertheless,
    • a book here before me; it is, in a certain sense, a book
    • currents of our time, because he is, in a certain sense,
    • sense of the word, human. He applied all his powers to the
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture IX
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    • world directing his view to what is offered to the senses, and
    • certain sense, the leaders and guides of peoples. The angels,
    • of a world conception, which is, in a sense, individual. Next
    • mere nonsense, as they say, to suppose that what a human being
    • sense. That is, one who had found access to the mysteries was
    • sense, this rule was observed in the strictest way. Why was
    • case among the Masons, a great deal of nonsense is practiced;
    • whatever but the shallowest stuff. This nonsense is taken
    • beings to whom he spoke; that is, in a spiritual sense, but
    • In a sense applicable to our time, we must rise above this by
    • sense in which today we speak of it and everything connected with it.
    • sense that we must be opposed to progress. Indeed, the demon
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture X
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    • we seek to understand in a more profound sense what the Christ
    • often considered this luciferic seduction in the sense in which
    • to what is superhuman; they could, in a certain sense, rise
    • our external senses and all that is connected with the external
    • world of the senses; then he stands before us as belonging to
    • observer and the human being observed, the latter is in a sense
    • spiritual. In a certain sense, he must then take Lucifer as his
    • only in the particular sense I have explained. Blavatsky tried
    • eighth sphere in the sense indicated by Sinnet or Blavatsky,
    • power to cast out demons in the higher sense as antiquity knew
    • sense unchristian.
    • leads him back to Christianity in the truest sense, and he
    • rather, they utter much superficial nonsense regarding all
  • Title: Mysteries of the Sun: Lecture I
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    • we have a good opportunity of seeing what nonsense is talked.
    • present time, are talking utter nonsense about their own
    • reflection that they are simply talking nonsense — pure
    • nonsense: And now Chamberlain has written
    • have talked exactly the same nonsense.
    • you can look upon with your senses, what surrounds you in the
    • remains of all that is so widely spread out before our senses
    • sense perceptions — then ask yourselves: Where is
    • true that what are there for the senses in the whole wide
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    • certain sense this human head is really a kind of independent
    • can say that in the truest sense man is only breast-man. He
    • actual man, man on earth, is in a sense breast-man. And
    • The Twelve Senses and the Seven Life-Processes.]
    • your senses outward. There by means of your senses you find
    • something spread out for the senses. Allow this (see blue in
    • eyes, your ears, your sense of smell, or whichever sense you
    • turns towards you, turns towards your senses Thus this is the
    • turn your senses here to what I have drawn (see arrows).
    • These are the senses directed towards the outer world and you
    • the other side see your sense impressions. You could look out
    • Everything hidden from sense perception lies there stored up.
    • only keep to what is quite diagrammatic.) Thus the senses
    • laws of the outer world of the senses but according to laws
    • the external world of sense perceptions. But as I showed you a
    • twelve senses. Most of you know this quite well and I have
    • We must think of the senses in
    • sense-perceptible, whereas others are directed backwards.
    • directed towards what is perceptible to the senses are: the
    • ego sense, and the senses of thinking, speech, hearing,
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    • out there by the physical senses as a shining sphere in
    • sense in speaking of Helios, the soul-Sun, or for that matter
    • seriously in its full sense, at any rate not so seriously
    • permeated by consciousness in the contrary sense is what
    • enters you with most intensity by way of your senses. And
    • development. Development in a backward sense can be seen in
    • sense in speaking of this figure only if we have first spoken
    • There is no sense in speaking of this figure if our gaze is
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    • perception for what is in the true sense practically
    • taken in their exact sense, and not as being merely
    • between: the nerve-and-sense system, the rhythmic
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    • classes simply on common-sense grounds; and all that was
    • spiritual life. People who still have some sense of how
    • use. But the people, who no longer have even a sense of their
    • have the senselessness of the intellectuals to contend with,
    • ‘Nothing we can say has any sense, so long as we still
    • to get free, will discussion begin to have any sense. Until
    • then, everything we may say is nonsense.’ — And,
    • in the same way, there is just as little sense in discussing
    • have no sense, — that, so long as this is the case, one
    • all the while, the whole business is nonsense (including what
    • there was still a certain sense in people calling themselves
    • do to-day; but to-day there is no longer any sense in it. And
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • means of the ordinary senses, and which are far removed from
    • sense that we are directed toward our own consciousness, our
    • to take it only in the sense that I have explained here, and
    • spiritualist not in the sense of Spiritualism, but of German
    • everyday senses, quite differently from the somewhat
    • different parts — the head with the senses and the
    • science of spirit a lot of nonsense. It is described there from
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    • conclusions in his study of history that in a sense rise to a
    • evolution, that carry historical evolution in a positive sense,
    • real in the deepest sense.
    • the moment cannot be observed at all with the ordinary senses
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    • operates within the world of the senses is not able to reach
    • the senses and bound by the normal operation of the human
    • man is to be found outside the world of the senses. I would
    • outset, for he very soon sees that what the senses can teach
    • him or what can be achieved by combining sense phenomena only
    • intentionally blot out the operation of our senses and bring to
    • sense perceptions come to us. This does not come about through
    • that the activity of our senses disappears in a particular
    • activity of the senses, a condition that is normally achieved
    • whole life of our senses and of our soul has to be suppressed
    • awakening of the senses when they have been fashioned in the
    • a new sense organ, which Goethe calls the “spirit
    • of senses. In our spirit-soul experience only our own soul can
    • one bound to the development of the senses and of the brain,
    • the sphere of nature perceptible to our senses, and therefore
    • knowledge that can comprehend the outer world of the senses.
    • world of the senses and to the physical organs, but which now
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    • sense world, experiment, and thought, which combines the
    • cannot reach beyond the world of the senses and its laws, and
    • which belongs to this sense world as the human physical, bodily
    • which has been acquired in natural science, beyond the sense
    • use of the senses and at once becomes empty, vague and
    • regions which are beyond the sense world. You know that there
    • by itself attempts to go from the sense-given data to the
    • it leaves the realms accessible to the senses. Hence the
    • leads beyond the world of the senses and develops its own
    • the senses; here we receive our impressions. We call up again
    • later, and it may then happen that some external sense
    • really only a transformed sense impression, which has
    • of the senses. Anthroposophy has to see how mystics, who look
    • impressions of the senses, and also through the guidance given
    • the external impressions of the senses. These impressions are
    • senses. We know too that the ordinary thoughts connected
    • with sense impressions are in a sense taken more passively by
    • man than are the immediate sense impressions.
    • soul experiences the impressions of the senses as a standard
    • in a sense we look back on our own physical organism and regard
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    • telescopes or anything that can be attained by our senses or
    • in the sense world, nor by studying anything other than what we
    • into the world of the senses, so now as a scientist of spirit
    • same way that the sense world does. What is so noteworthy with
    • as exists with the rest of his senses. He is so fully taken up
    • senses and on the picture of the world that arises through the
    • use of sight, and which includes the whole life of the sense
    • world, including the human sense world, all this is really only
    • into the sense world by a conscious free act ...
    • sense world into the spiritual; we have a spiritual world
    • in the broadest and most embracing sense as the foundation of
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    • you know, has in a sense been necessarily developed in the
    • a sense taken back again into a pure Spiritual existence, and
    • that, in a certain sense, one should link on to what is
    • must cultivate in himself a sense for truth! When one speaks
    • sentimentality, does not go with that strong sense for truth,
    • can no longer be united with a pure sense for truth. Certain
    • is in a certain sense a man of routine; one who with a
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    • Stars, even that as it appears to our external sense
    • far as we are dealing with a sense impression we always have
    • materialities; here we are in a sense, too far removed from
    • to him, when one speaks in the sense of true Spiritual
    • Luciferic beings are those who rebelled in a sense against
    • that whenever we give ourselves to the sense world, then,
    • to that sense-vision of the starry world. We developed that
    • us as the external world sense.
    • childish in the evil sense of the word. That is a Luciferic
    • life of sense but such a brooding). He can live in a nebulous
    • the chaotic life of recent times without any sense of
    • sense illusion. And then we have the beings of the normal
    • break through both sense-illusions and come to the truth; for
    • the real beings do not appear in this external sense
    • through this external sense-appearance.
    • to penetrate through that sense-illusion to the true essence,
    • actually connected. Sense-appearance is the right way and
    • them. Sense-appearance as such, is not deceptive; it is only
    • our interpretation of sense-appearance which can be
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    • shall just speak about it in that sense without giving names.
    • for the physical senses. And before it is admitted that we
    • so that it would be nonsense to speak of them in connection
    • there is sense only in talking of man being gifted through
    • the true sense. We ought to have the courage to say: What we
    • which in any sense is warmed-up ancient knowledge. We can be
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    • lower kingdoms are real for the physical senses. As long as
    • sense) — so he is developing another relationship to
    • nonsense to speak of them in regard to future humanity. In
    • are of no account and there is no sense in speaking of
    • by what is said in a sense that is according to Christ's Will
    • far, that in a certain sense they are even a perfect earthly
    • being in a sense perfect beings. But just because they are
    • perfect in a sense, and because their perfection has come
    • flower petal is an abrupt one. In this sense there has been a
    • hold of it in any true sense, because it comes from out of
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    • sense). You will realise without difficulty that in the
    • Space is not empirical in any sense; the space-concept of
    • certain sense pulls himself up in the inner experiences of
    • frequently brought forward in so external a sense when
    • in such a way that on the one side we have only our sense
    • willing, our deeds, our acts. The fact of holding our sense
    • Our sense
    • involved in them, involved in a real sense, for we have
    • given us by the senses, and on the other side, by our desires
    • develop feelings and conceptions of what our senses perceive,
    • what is present in sense perception, is only seemingly a
    • unity. In sense perception we look at the world and it
    • the senses. But as a matter of fact within this apparent
    • separate these two poles of sense perception from each other,
    • observes another man through the senses, he sees in that
    • but a movement in an absolute sense in space.
    • very far away from the conception that man in this sense is a
    • with their own “healthy” sense. This is really
    • everything else is nonsense. The fact that men will
    • accept obvious nonsense simply on authority and yet in our
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    • consciousness in the real sense can never arise from
    • it is simply a piece of nonsense — pure nonsense. We
    • sense of being, the feeling of existence which there is in
    • used in a representative sense. Because we receive most of
    • our higher sense-perceptions through the eye, we speak of the
    • light. But what lives as light in the sense-perception of the
    • sense-perception of the ear and reveals itself in different
    • And it is the same with the other senses. fundamentally
    • speaking, the element we speak of in a representative sense
    • sense, is the ‘tincture’ of all the senses. We
    • between light and gravity; and every sense-perception, as we
    • into the light nor from sense perception down into gravity.
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    • is, of what belongs purely to the world of the senses. The
    • or what is given in any other way by the sense world alone.
    • senses, what is super-physical and occult somehow makes its
    • to the senses. That what is ordinarily physical in everyday
    • external things of the sense-world, has a feeling that they
    • of art we are about to describe are in a certain sense
    • than we recognise, to transform itself in the sense of this
    • passes over into another — in the sense Goethe meant when
    • absolutely different from what is presented to our senses.
    • feeling for colour, yet in a deeper sense people are only
    • senses in a very one-sided way. When with the eye we see
    • something resembling the sense of touch; the eye while
    • thus suppressed, namely, what the eye develops as a sense of
    • feeling, a sense of self, a sense of movement when we move
    • eye is thus suppressed of the other senses, we
    • sculptor makes use of that point where the sense of touch is
    • just passing over into the sense of sight. Therefore he must,
    • higher sense than ordinary consciousness believes. What we
    • that constitutes man's naturalism in the truest sense of the
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    • seership in the sense of Spiritual Science. There are points
    • not — as happens in ordinary sense-perception and
    • world of sense. He will change it, idealise it — no
    • surrender to sense-impressions and to his own mental pictures
    • when he is able to eliminate sense-perception as well as the
    • sense-impressions, must be completely suppressed and silent
    • senses. All impressions of colours, sounds and the like are
    • senses, but that he must develop and elaborate this thinking
    • transparent — in the conceptual sense. Material
    • sense-perception of the other human being is eliminated and
    • relative sense of course) the faculty of speech-creation, so
    • Nature (the sense world) can never produce knowledge of what
    • physical sense into the bodily organism; but to endeavour
    • nature; the external sense-impression is eliminated. But
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    • for souls incarnated upon the earth to know in what sense the being
    • itself is not the essential. The substance is Maya in the real sense.
    • and purpose of what we call the True?—I mean, in the sense in
    • age is, in a sense, exactly the opposite in this respect. Nowadays a
    • as the grains of wheat receive in a sense a nobler function when they
    • true sense, to place it in the service of the Divine. It is quite true
    • extent, but as human beings begin to understand the sense in which Christ
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    • in a moral sense is extremely important. It is much more
    • we spoke in a deeper sense of love as an impulse and in such
    • valuable in the moral sense the further we advance to the
    • saying: This is my standpoint. In a moral sense this
    • this sense Anthroposophy must be sacred to us; we must be
    • this in a moral sense will be a result of anthroposophical
    • who, in this sense, does not regard as base all that impairs
    • conscious of the external world through his body. The sense
    • it is also the sense body through which man arrives at
    • sense-body of man must be preserved. It if were not preserved
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    • — in the sense in which I have described it here —
    • lay, in a certain sense, even above the level of the
    • it is in a certain sense something magnificent. We cannot
    • abstract sense; or how much more even a donkey knows than a
    • esoteric sense. During the subsequent centuries only a
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    • world which surrounds us in the physical, sense-perceptible
    • existing behind the sense world. But because of much that
    • individualities, who in this sense are like the rest of
    • this passes through the generations so that in a certain sense
    • receive revelations which were in a certain sense clairvoyant
    • certain sense as something containing all this; that is, it
    • think in the true sense of the word. — The matter goes
    • which the physical sense-instrument is able to give to the
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    • lower reality value, or perhaps in a certain sense they do not
    • all, what we perceive through the awakened senses is also
    • essentially caused by the awakening of the will in the senses,
    • in the switching on of the sense organs. To a certain extent
    • has the I-sense — this is the human being as earth man,
    • this higher being you have the sense of being a member of the
    • Spiritual science in the sense meant here
    • deprive your sight of the outer sense world.
    • in a very real sense, deprivation of the physical, deprivation
    • the certainty of the sense of our building a bridge to the
    • things of the world, in the sense of physical existence.
    • the same relationship between ordinary common sense and these
    • spiritual researcher in order with complete common sense to be
    • a sense organ, but a spiritually developed sense organ.
    • doctrine of the soul without soul, in a certain sense. —
    • this cosmic sense, the sense of the goals of earth. This is
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • wonder about the sense and purpose of all the extraordinary
    • ignorance of the specific sense in which spiritual science
    • and inner sense for Truth, I shall know whether what I hear
    • nothing to contradict common sense, I shall attempt to look
    • nonsense. But the spiritual-scientific movement will carry on
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    • senses, far from being complete in itself, is a manifestation
    • above, or the upper world.” The sense world spread all
    • about us, perceptible to our senses and accessible to our
    • science recognizes that humans, as they appear in the sense
    • is as concretely visible to the spiritual senses of the
    • sensed by thoughtful natures. In his autobiography, Jean Paul
    • can never enter the soul through the external senses, what
    • people would dimly sense the meaning contained in the words
    • sense, it is not what can be seen physically that is meant,
    • becomes a microcosm that dimly senses within itself the whole
    • sympathetic nervous system, a being senses what takes place
    • within the blood, whereas when they, by means of sense organs
    • a person senses his ancestors in the same manner that waking
    • consciousness senses mental pictures of the outer world. A
    • waking life we perceive external objects through the senses,
    • blood. Everything a person experiences through the senses is
    • the senses, but also what existed in the bodily form, and as
    • this was inherited, we could sense our ancestors within our
    • are confined to what can be perceived through the senses,
    • then only such sense perceptible experiences are remembered.
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    • the sense of Job's tragedy, suffering need not originate from
    • today's subject. We shall consider in the sense of spiritual
    • attitude that inspires caricature; that too in a sense
    • perceived when the higher senses that slumber in us are
    • opposition are roused which in turn give birth to senses, to
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture IV: The Origin of Evil
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    • senses and the intellect. Inner meditative work enables the
    • soul to become free of the senses; something occurs in an
    • worlds. The task of the human soul is to spiritualize sense
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    • sense of clairvoyant sight. This reveals the ether body as
    • the higher senses are developed. The astral body permeates
    • effect on the child's senses is of immense importance. It
    • through its senses as light and sound works formatively on
    • child perceives, also in a moral sense, acts on the formation
    • nature the sense of sight calls up the opposite colors. The
    • sense and meaning but sound; the children were made aware of
    • had no particular sense.
    • child is able to sense a person's innermost being, and that
    • inwardly senses himself, and in this way to know which
    • affect only the external senses, whereas thoughts and
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    • materialistic sense. At the time of Saint Paul, the word was
    • instruments — the senses. The eye functions like a
    • were, pushed aside; the senses are freed; the outer world
    • physical organs and causes the senses to function. When
    • eyes in time atrophied. The eye, a sense predisposed to
    • there is light can this sense develop. Hence Goethe could say
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    • physical senses of eyes and ears are protected before
    • sense-perceptible must be brought to life. Modern teaching
    • thinking and memory; history the life of feeling. A sense for
    • sense for beauty. It is through this sense that we grasp
    • sense-perceptible, must have spoken to the child; it should
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    • sense, and the more numerous and greater the talents and
    • physical laws, especially the sense organs. What builds a
    • in the usual sense, as they must, to be effective, swing
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    • people who have no sense for music or paintings; likewise
    • there are people with no sense for what is spiritual. The
    • being not only senses, but also knows what healing properties
    • especially in the sense of preventing illness. This,
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    • highest sense of the word.
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    • known can one make any sense of what is found in the often
    • initiation is revealed to him; to speak in Goethe's sense:
    • as senseless to seek that path as it would be to first walk
    • Study, in the Rosicrucian sense of the word
    • common with the nonsense written about it.
    • with erudition in the usual sense. One need not be a scholar
    • sense-free. Today there are learned people, including
    • These words of Plato are spoken completely in the sense of
    • in one sense is higher, in another lower than that of the
    • is completely misleading; often it is such grotesque nonsense
    • usually said about it is pure nonsense. The indications given
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XII: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • sense that what I have to say about the phenomenon that is
    • can be sensed by man, and led Wagner to the legend of The
    • did not sense the spirit's call, became stuck in sameness, in
    • mystical sense, and perception of the spirit behind the
    • the artistic works of antiquity. He acquired a unique sense
    • Wagner sensed something that strove to break away from the
    • Wagner's great ideal and the sense in which he wanted to
    • mystical sense can be traced in his music.
    • When heads ponder Thy sense emerges.
    • His sense for
    • In this sense,
    • and mobile ideas. If taken in a narrow, pedantic sense, we
    • sense. We are shown that the maiden herself, in a former
    • Wagner sensed the connection between life, death and
    • life. Wagner sensed an inner connection between the sprouting
    • sense the presence of the Christ within mankind's spiritual
    • concrete inner spiritual experience when we sense the
    • sensed in all things. If we could still sense what was
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    • himself blessed. In the spiritual scientific sense the
    • spiritual scientific sense, human beings are connected with
    • clear in what sense one spoke of those initiated into the
    • though clairvoyant, a few were initiates. In what sense did
    • the intellect. That is the sense in which they were
    • In this sense,
    • it is nonsense to talk about blind faith and dependence in
    • that is as real as the one perceived through physical senses.
    • the sense world enriched with knowledge of spiritual
    • each of us, then we sense our relationship to this Alpha and
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    • nevertheless one can well sense how diverse the tasks are which the
    • position if the reasons for associating are not those of the sense
    • a reality. Realities in our sense are only the things which primarily
    • a certain sense what has been tried
    • been created in the sense of our stream for this endowment; thus in a
    • certain sense a beginning has been made, to be detached from me and
    • what can be done in the sense of the endowment, to gather a
    • corresponding circle of members - not in the usual sense, but rather
    • endowment – in the sense of intentions the contents of which do
    • personal sense. She felt herself to be the inspiration for the
    • interpretation in Freudian sense for the illumination of her case. He
    • Seal “sprang” the seal in the most common human sense.
    • would act independently in the sense of these titles. I said at that
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    • his sense-nerve nature. For feeling, he is served by the rhythm living in
    • physical occurrence within the sense-nerve nature; and metabolism is the
    • glancing with beauty, and if the Eastern man senses in his religion of
    • The Eastern man spoke of the sense-world as an appearance in which there
    • Nature in utter reality through his senses. What was the Maja of the senses
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    • senses; we are connected with it — and this is clearly
    • our senses, and a certain soul-activity within us
    • traits. The whole sense-organisation has changed in the course
    • spoken, the organisation of the senses did not prevent man from
    • Gradually, man's sense-organs changed; his senses
    • from his sleep, because on waking, his fully developed senses
    • during his waking condition, because his senses were not
    • gods. The gods cannot be perceived through the senses, and in
    • senses were not yet so strongly turned towards the external
    • in the Eastern countries man's senses, especially the
    • gradually developed the sense organisation which he now
    • their purity, without mingling them with sense experiences. At
    • sense-organisation, with the strange result that among the
    • to speak, drawn into the sense organisation. I might
    • only arose when sense perceptions were intermingled with the
    • transformation into sense-perception of the former,
    • become- delusively perceptible to the senses and which are
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    • could again hear and speak with his physical senses, he uttered
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    • processes which we perceive through our senses. We know that
    • through our senses. Let us now look upon the so-called lifeless
    • earth? Those who only rely upon their physical senses and upon
    • senses, cannot know anything of this great consciousness of the
    • which we perceive through our senses, the earth thinks of the
    • our senses, not only in accordance with a materialistic
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    • from above downward) from the senses going inside, goes a forming force.
    • the way of the senses, than when you see a red plane, but it also is
    • in the middle, on one side his nerve-sense organization, that is the
    • sense? nerve organism in the eye. Now look into the eye. There exists
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    • connected with the head-sense-system, which, so to say, is like a ceiling
    • it is altogether senseless to define or to consider the whole matter.
    • stuck to the earthly. And then one sensed that one became penetrated
    • with the activity of the senses, we do also receive sulphur —
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    • a person had become ill in the sense we understand, but one spoke about
    • philistinism, in the cosmic sense. It may still be very beautiful, but
    • skin seemed to become somewhat dry. He even sensed something like his
    • have fire, you must not say: this match is no fire! It is nonsense to
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • beyond the sense world — and infinity does go beyond the
    • sense world. And do not imagine this to apply only to unlimited
    • the sense world — after all, had not Matthias Claudius
    • unable to get beyond this world of the senses?
    • people should not confine themselves to immediate sense
    • sense world — if we happen not to be just like that
    • view accordingly. However, the world of the senses cannot
    • transcends the sense world. We cannot just quote the other
    • “Why is it that when we transcend the sense world our
    • to get lost at a time when a sense had to gain ground that
    • senses, we have no idea that wherever we look there are
    • What we perceive with our physical senses and physical
    • and not in the realm of the senses. Now we have arrived from
    • those of the sense world, this is occasionally, in fact
    • concepts in the usual sense.
    • proved, the whole thing is nonsense and there never was such an
    • accessible to their senses and their brain-bound intellect and
    • happenings in the world of the senses arise from a pure
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    • that produce a series of good deeds would be nonsense when it
    • sense of spiritual science. For it is a very trivial thing to
    • an objective but a subjective sense — when we are guided
    • Through Goethe's Faust, German cultural life in a sense
    • Of sublime galimatias, of nonsense in high-faluting
    • words, many poets have given us samples, but Goethe's nonsense
    • more I think about this long litany of nonsense, the more
    • patch together the dullest, most boring nonsense, a legion of
    • and great beauty in this insipid nonsense and know how to
    • had himself become a school teacher and passed on this nonsense
    • in it, everything perceived by the senses has a
    • greater significance than what is presented to our senses. What
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture III: Three Teachers with Different Attitudes
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    • When we penetrate external reality with our senses, we can say,
    • events on the physical plane we really judge in the sense of
    • the second fellow in the same sense as we can of the first. For
    • can very well say this, and yet in one sense they are both
    • undifferentiated. They think it is nonsense to say that the
    • being in a certain sense joins us in the external events in a
    • done well. In a certain sense, he is bound to do well, isn't
    • in a certain sense by way of a mirror. Knowing always means
    • that we actually know in a certain sense by way of
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    • actually enter forces we sense as coming from the spiritual
    • moral sense.
    • a degree of unconsciousness? In a certain sense it does. We do
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • observe it externally with our senses, and everyone else
    • perceived at all by the senses.
    • Ziehen goes on to show that there is no sense in speaking of
    • (i.e., in the physical sense) and are the necessary product of
    • psychological sense — but not directly blameworthy.
    • bad — also in a psychological sense — but not
    • the answer that even where the external sense world is
    • definition of truth is nonsense, and this becomes evident
    • they sense a weakness of their I. How many people are
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    • however, this practical sense should be most active in
    • acquire the sense for the expression, the physiognomy, of
    • such a sense, it is quite essential. Much of the sense for
    • accustomed to utter the nonsense “When one sees
    • they give an intimation of the relation between the sense
    • connection with the dead. Today man uses language in a sense
    • reality that the senses bring him. But he simply comes
    • all from the concrete sense-conception, but should simply
    • sense-conception that have reality should be illumined by the
    • abstractions? You may imagine the concrete sense-conception
    • our concrete sense-conceptions the abstractions send their
    • concrete conception in what you would call a spiritual sense.
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    • arbitrary manner, but in the sense of a great spiritual
    • particularly there. The dead have no sense for this
    • sense of ego; and by eating less sugar you weaken your sense
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    • remain with their experiences altogether in the sense world, and at
    • the church; in the fullest sense it has originated entirely within the
    • excel is just in our freer use of the senses and in a quite definite
    • kind of co-operation between senses and inner emotions and will-impulses.
    • animals in the emancipation of our senses and in their freer use where
    • senses which the animal is unable to do. What we men do not have but
    • sense-perception.
    • start with. The animal has an entirely different kind of sense-perception
    • from that of man. It is just the outer sense-perception that is quite
    • He sees the horse's shadow but the horse has a vivid sense of being in
    • are different from the usual conceptions of the senses. But they say
    • from the animal by the development of his senses which are freed from
    • senses in animals standing in a very pronounced relation to the whole
    • extends very considerably into the senses.
    • This growth of independence in the senses, this emancipation of the
    • senses from the organisation as a whole, is something that only arises
    • senses is much more in connection with the will in man than in the animal.
    • whole into the radius of the earth. For this reason the senses are,
    • he is in reality distinct from the animal because his senses are flooded
    • the senses in the case of the animal; thus there is a more intimate
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    • only to judge the faithful according to the sense of the officially
    • two kinds of gifts which, in the sense of the orthodox Catholic Church,
    • world ground him just as rhynical men with his physical senses, sees
    • in the same way as external senses lead into the world of the senses.
    • are perceived by the senses and understood by the intellect. He admits,
    • senses, by stopping the activity of his intellect, (and this is necessary
    • support, then the senses are no longer enriched. The spirit has the
    • advantage without receiving anything from the senses. It can thus be
    • up outer perceptions through his senses, the soul can become passive,
    • of coming to a passive condition of the soul when reflection and sense
    • Now I ask you: What sense
    • senses. To pass through it, the soul has to get free from itself and
    • night of the senses. To go through it the soul must become free of itself
    • do with the senses, for its guide, the soul travels along the narrow
    • to receive sense-perceptions and to reflect, the time has arrived when
    • of the senses in special outer and inner imaginations. Thus the first
    • in being alone, therefore without sense-perceptions and reflection,
    • it must be looked at in the sense of the modern world, if he has a living
    • the senses for special outer or inner imaginations. My dear friends,
    • world what the senses reveal. For these reveal that man has descended
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    • sense rather out of the ordinary where the evolution of men is concerned.
    • inadequate nonsense. For a true insight into what is really revealed
    • a way that if now in a theoretical sense he is honest, in this unveiling,
    • your attention to how contrary it is to men's sense of comfort to have
    • and living today in the sense of the evolution that conforms with Knowledge
    • everything as in some sense a preparation, will certainly not be present
    • you give out in Spiritual Science—there's no possible sense in
    • one of my acquaintances who in a certain sense was spiritually advanced.
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    • sense through merely understanding, through open-minded acceptance,
    • spiritual world that, in the sense in which I have described it, is
    • scientists in the modern sense of the word. For even with the intelligence,
    • observe through the physical senses, everything that allows of investigation
    • that the social structure has in a certain sense the family as its unit,
    • possible in every sense. When recognising this we can capture that love
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    • a certain sense by its success, or at any rate its ability to succeed,
    • same sense as other historical records, neither can it accept in the
    • same sense as historical records the few highly contestable historical
    • Nature in the old sense, on the one hand, on the other hand the moral
    • world in the old sense. It was impossible for them to advance. In their
    • had a significant life of soul, a life of soul, in a certain sense,
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    • of the senses. After that they were able to proclaim what they knew
    • development. It was for this reason also that in a certain sense historically
    • came to Jesus of Nazareth. Indeed in the sense of what I was discussing
    • a certain sense to be able to hold fast to it.
    • by a gathering of men—truly I want to say it in the best sense
    • In this sense it may be said that the whole of the nineteenth century
    • sense embraced the faith of the Christian Church in comfort, or even
    • sense; ordinary Christian ministers were not popular with Goethe. The
    • this path Goethe in a certain sense, at a certain stage in his life,
    • world of the senses to the kingdom of the superphysical; and between
    • Science. Whatever may come to this Europe that now in a certain sense
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    • audience, and is, in a certain sense, aimed at advanced
    • sense organs perceive the Higher Worlds will be brought out in
    • understood by our senses. The astral world contains not only
    • physically similar sense impressions, only these are not
    • a sense: “You live in this”. — This is really quite
    • of clairvoyant consciousness. It senses, as when it spreads
    • these experiences which you know firstly from the sense world
    • one in which we can only fully, in the right sense, understand
    • of their body being penetrated as the sensory object senses,
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    • his “Faust,” not in the narrow personal sense but
    • decades, I wish to apply it to Goethe with the eminent sense
    • in the ordinary sense relate to the history of specific
    • strive in this sense for knowledge, he strived for knowledge in
    • to those in spirit who, to a certain sense, I might say, in
    • sense perception, one arrives at a percept which can be called
    • ourselves with common sense and dive into the mystical and
    • actual character, Goethe continued to sense, subconsciously,
    • self knowledge is expressed in a yet higher sense. It links to
    • “In the beginning was the Word,” but tried: Sense,
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    • the occult scientific sense self-knowledge in relation to the
    • anthroposophic sense; and to above all, relate each single
    • scientific sense if an I-bearer existing through those
    • a watchful eye, an open sense for the unusual in the world
    • we endeavour to develop this open perceptive sense towards the
    • approach, in the spiritually scientific sense, that which at
    • quite different, which in a certain sense is tied even deeper
    • receptive sense, an “open eye” for the observation of our
    • directly but in a certain sense — that what we call these
    • Higher Worlds look like, how it approaches behind the sense
    • recognise as a selective copy of the whole world. In this sense
    • pantheistic sense but like a drop of similar substance and
    • the worst sense. Do we call the microscope an authority? It is
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    • been a great disadvantage in another sense to the development of modern
    • that in a sense an endeavor was being made to make each individual people
    • in the future. In a sense you see before you, in a picture, all that
    • with the sense of something new making its way into the development
    • saying in a symbolical sense; take it in an artistic sense and you will
    • forms in nature, structural forms which in a sense are a symbolical
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    • realise as most important in every sense of the word. If one is to try
    • in a certain sense will disappear. That is a new thing, viz, the way
    • Building in a certain sense. So that this sculptured central group might
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    • a right sense for the world of colour we find something truly world-creative
    • a world of beings in embryo if we have a right sense for the world of
    • it is intended to be, it must in a certain sense, bring to expression,
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    • not in the materialistic Darwinian sense, simply the highest
    • What is not higher than the Word. Sense, as we can easily
    • of sense, thinking, because he has an astral body. Faust
    • happen should one see any sense in the old knowledge. And all
    • naturally sheer nonsense. And it is sheer nonsense as we find
    • as absolute nonsense, yet, even from the point of view of
    • modern science it is not so. It is not nonsense at all, quite
    • this way, is as complete nonsense as to say: “I am John
    • outwardly unknown to sense-observation, there must be added
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    • not the same sense of smell as men have, neither is it a
    • my senses!” (If only I don't loose my
    • sense-instinct into what it should really be for him.
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    • also comes to life. Thus, in this sense we have essentially
    • him. It is in the sense that we must understand all he
    • a very narrow, egoistic sense. We may ask why he does so?
    • sense, but she must become more substantial.
    • of the sense organs. So that what in the animal forms a whole
    • with the astral body is in men concentrated in the sense
    • organs. That is why the sense-process in man is as great as
    • cosmos what is going on in his sense organs.
    • have any sense of concrete concepts, concepts full of
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    • because between the world that we observe with our senses and
    • said that only in the world comprehended by the senses are
    • movement, and the world of the senses rises out of all this
    • ahrimanic force, belongs to our world of the senses, but as a
    • perceives, beneath the foundation of our world of the senses,
    • from which our sense-world is drawn. And Faust is to become
    • intellect, with which men perceives the world of the senses,
    • consciousness. And it gives the former himself a sense of
    • the normal understanding of the senses, but with a condition
    • form’ must not be taken in a heavy literal sense, for
    • Plutarch, who in a certain sense held sway over the mystery
    • — which however, in certain sense does not change. If
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    • they receive into themselves. Thus in the widest sense we can
    • No longer in the deepest sense of life, but in a more
    • theoretic sense, the great problems of Birth and Death stand
    • sense, in a living and energetic way, what we may call the
    • ‘the All’ in a merely abstract sense, but in a
    • through him. The Faust Drama says in a certain sense
    • age, because the latter was in a sense a repetition of the
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    • above all, it was in a sense the descendants of
    • sense the Riddle of the Sphinx — the Riddle of Man
    • worked-out, in spiritual realms above. Now in a certain sense
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    • hog; he is, in a sense, the goal of divine creation. I have shown
    • modern sense is itself pedantic, philistine, and
    • which we have formed for use in the sense-world cannot be
    • the way to being so. We are approaching the sense-world but
    • And fain would I in the best sense exist.
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    • both t0 the external world of the senses and to external
    • grasp of human senses or human intellect.
    • of the senses. This experience runs its course like a
    • knowledge of the understanding of the senses, but only by
    • senses are adapted only to earthly things. But we explained
    • which man dives when he forsakes the world of the senses to
    • the consciousness of the senses. Thus, he does not introduce
    • senses around him, how mountain ranges and such physical
    • senses. Anaxagoras here reflects one of Goethe's deep
    • present sense-world. And just as fleeting dreams, that are
    • thoughts drawn from the present world of the senses. Thales
    • sense-world, and he does this very forcibly. As the present
    • sense he repeatedly felt the spiritual, the
    • — that the future is in a sense the
    • one tooth. This implies that the senses are not meant to be
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    • life of the senses.
    • goes without saying that the perception of sense phenomena
    • sense of the theory of phenomena, primal phenomena, and in
    • the sense of the theory of metamorphoses through thinking of
    • cultivated at all in be sense of modern thinking without
    • sense of Spiritual Science, what Spiritual Science has to say
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    • its imagery to make a great appeal to the senses.
    • senses and the understanding associated with them. True
    • the senses and the physical understanding are directed, is no
    • this is not said in any belittling sense — by making
    • of Homunculus, as understood within the world of the senses,
    • understanding through the senses. When Homunculus, the idea
    • mystic in the bad sense of the word, not a mere natural
    • can be known today through the senses. Read the article
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    • ordinary knowledge, dependent on the senses and conditioned
    • formerly he perceived it with an atavistic sense of
    • present in man when, in the physical sense, the mystery of
    • Physical science, but also by another path of the senses
    • senses, we then see the shattering of Homunculus against the
    • the senses.
    • physical world of the senses, the world that lives in the
    • his poetic sense to be warmed through, fired, by what
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    • Man is driven to willing in the crudest sense through hunger
    • expansion. Goethe sensed this in its elementary stages. Read his
    • indeed complete nonsense. The truth is that, were the animal
    • outside with our sense of touch. If we did not sink down into
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    • things for the future, but in quite a general sense one speaks
    • observed by the senses, which can be proved by experiments and
    • so forth, namely the sense perceptible real world. This is,
    • exploration of every aspect of the sense world and does not in
    • any way draw any conclusions from the sense world to the
    • feeling man senses that he is present in these weaving
    • the dream life, will have noticed that in a certain sense the
    • show anything besides what it takes out of the sense world,
    • really senses how shadowy the abstract concepts are, how the
    • itself not with sense content which we receive through eyes,
    • sense just as a mathematician would for a mathematical problem.
    • is necessary to develop a very strong sense of reality. Such a
    • sense of reality is initially not very prevalent among present
    • Therefore he who wants to acquire a sense of reality must first
    • train himself to live fully also in the outer sense reality, so
    • not become a man of phantasy; he must acquire a sense of
    • to live with a sense of reality already in the sense world.
    • develops the sense which can achieve a fruitful remembering
    • that falls away which connects us to the sense world. But that
    • with other people. But that which was within these sense
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    • could it have been with a people where everything sense
    • illness. This is in the genuine sense an anthroposophic or
    • in the genuine occult sense, when the human being forms the
    • right way in the sense of the post-Atlantic development
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    • When all human hearts in the true sense experience the
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    • mind thus openly were I in any sense an opponent of Haeckel, or
    • behind and beyond all that our senses can perceive, all that
    • such animalcules by the exercise of the senses, assisted by the
    • creatures to be lost sight of, because no physical sense,
    • It was then thought that what could be perceived by the senses,
    • the result of that newly developed sense of physical reality,
    • senses, have been drawn; they are a consequence of the
    • here in a wider sense playing its part, I can only
    • is enabled to assert itself. Sense-consciousness is in abeyance
    • sense-consciousness, he is unable to say anything concerning
    • depends upon what may be demonstrated to the senses. What can
    • no longer be sensed when man falls asleep, cannot be the object
    • material and passes beyond the knowledge of the senses,
    • only depends on his sense-perceptions — spiritual eyes
    • confines of the senses.
    • sense-perception.”
    • scientist perceives by means of his senses, but he is no
    • Natural science says: “Man has senses with which he
    • evidences of his senses. What does not come within the scope of
    • sense-organs of the body, the eyes and ears, have been
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    • within them, yet only in the sense in which we hold the oxygen
    • never have come to expression in the fullest sense: I mean the
    • him. A man of today can think the greatest nonsense — he
    • begin to think along these lines the strangest nonsense becomes
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    • catastrophes. One is tempted to use the word ‘senseless’ about it all,
    • form of senselessness. What went on between the years 1914 and 1918
    • improved although it may perhaps be said that the senseless actions of
    • a leading position during this period of senseless action, seemed to
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    • is to say with their forces when they are, in a sense, covered by the
    • us in waking life? They provide what we perceive through our senses
    • in our acts of sense-perception and when we work over them in
    • awakeness as complete as that of thinking and sense-perception. When
    • what is transmitted by the senses. But when feelings rise up from the
    • same extent. Feelings link themselves with sense-perceptions. One
    • sense-impression pleases us, another displeases us. Feelings also
    • sense-perceptions and our thoughts, we are awake. So we are not only
    • sense-perceptions of the material world. To a certain extent we reach
    • out and encounter them; but with our sense-perceptions, our waking
    • there before him as a sense-perception, then he has penetrated inside
    • realm of sense-perception. Sense-perceptions can be conceived as a
    • perceive with our senses; what lies on the other side of the tapestry
    • we do not perceive with the senses. We are in this world of sense from
    • impressions made upon us by this world of sense. Now when we pass into
    • sleep, we are not in the world this side of the senses, we are then in
    • tapestry of sense-perceptions. But in his earthly consciousness, man
    • beyond the realm of sense-perception. He dreams of molecules, of
    • waking consciousness on this side of the tapestry of sense.
    • But when we fall asleep, we emerge from the world of sense and
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    • perceived by the senses and that this bodily nature of man can only be
    • sense it is stripped of spirituality. Think now of your Northern world
    • without using the physical senses, between the time of falling asleep
    • the intellect and the life of the senses are unconscious. And when, as
    • world, in contemplation and study of the sense-world and in a kind of
    • only die out, in the bodily sense, for everything depends here
    • the sense that we must apply all the more energy in order to introduce
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    • his present status in the world, not indeed in a mundane sense, but
    • sense, nor by everyday human understanding either. For all
    • that can be apprehended outwardly by the senses must first be
    • is, so to speak, confirmed by the observations of the senses. But
    • senses. The source of all knowing must rise in the depth of the Ego
    • appears as completed existence within the outer senses. It must
    • with this Self out of the world of the senses, and into those
    • in the living process of creation. We must sense the creative
    • In it he strove to show how those who only view the world of the senses
    • “Reality is not in the outer world of the senses but in the
    • can only arrive at sense-knowledge. But his sense-knowledge
    • sense-world and the results of sense-experience alone, to these
    • become aware, says Fichte, of a special sense, a new sense within one's
    • world beyond the senses, and with this supersensuous mind can
    • the requisite sense, like the man who knows:
    • which are present only through light to the sense of sight. You
    • spiritual, that he said: “Accordingly the new sense is the
    • sense of the spirit; the sense for which only spirit and nothing
    • his life. That sense of duty, of the moral order the world, which
    • hear him, if we understand him rightly! If we use our spiritual sense
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    • sense of the word, that depth and greatness which cannot be any more
    • especially for the city dweller, to sense anything of this magic,
    • could still be sensed quite distinctly in certain farming villages as
    • Suppose when reading the Epistles of St. Paul you would sense the
    • the spiritual world to the world of the senses, and then, of the
    • world of the senses into the world of the spirit. This can be sensed
    • the children, could sense this in an intimate, loving, fulfilling way
    • significance. These word; express what people sensed in the most
    • spiritual world and how it differs from the world of the senses. Today
    • of human nature which, in a certain sense, is independent of external
    • rightly hope that in a certain sense these halls will be
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    • what is well understood in the West, the sense matters of earthly
    • civilization in a right sense when we recognize that in this respect
    • sense-world, almost doubting the possibility of its existence. I
    • goes on in the world of the senses. He must even be told of those
    • things of the sense-world that are projections into it from the
    • the old clairvoyance was in a sense bound up with external blood
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    • deepest sense of the word. For the moment we will only indicate this
    • and at first hearing his words are in a sense trivial, though in a
    • spirit is eternal” (spirit in the sense of what is generally
    • called “trivial” in a special sense. That holds true in
    • of external sense reality. They imagine that concepts and ideas and
    • the senses. In the 18th century what was considered a great word was
    • changes that take place within the external world of sense. Bodies
    • the transitoriness of the world of sense. Then, when they have been
    • doubt was justified, and in what sense it was justified. For it had
    • the spiritual worlds. They, not the world of sense, have bestowed on
    • goes to sleep every night. The sense world fades out around him and
    • possibility exists of letting this world of sense vanish from his
    • consciousness where the things of the sense world vanish for him as
    • especially in its modern sense, leads to this expansion of
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    • bring nothing into it of our everyday sense experiences. Thereby in a
    • certain sense new experiences have room to enter. When, through an
    • nothing of him, just as we would know nothing of the sense-world if
    • we had not received something from the sense-world itself that formed
    • our senses for perceiving it. Similarly, Krishna must take from
    • sense tear his self out of him, and then by its help make himself
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    • world around me I receive impressions through my senses. These
    • anything more than what his senses and his brain-bound intellect can
    • and passes before its senses. Why isn't this the case with man?
    • soul, something that has no purpose or sense for physical life. Many
    • but when man today observes life through the senses and considers it
    • that obviously has no connection with the outer world of the senses.
    • longing for something he does not have, but the lack of sense for
    • world of the senses. Thus he is driven to cultivate something
    • found in the world of sense. That is the deeper reason why there are
    • moral sense, his moral feelings, that he must tear all earthly
    • would be no sense in asking about these truths that we simply come
    • to talk sense about Buddha, just as those with a Christian bias will
    • least easily be able to talk sense about Christ. This is always true.
    • sense impressions of this world of ours but even our feelings and
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    • though the portals of her senses are closed, she has inherited a
    • times men had themselves set as the boundary of their senses a blue
    • super-sensible to bring forth in the sense world what did not exist in
    • how senseless it is to teach children religion. There are many such
    • evolution in the spiritual sense, not in Wilson's Darwinistic sense.
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    • statement is not incorrect, it may be nonsense from the standpoint of
    • be perfectly correct and yet nonsense. Not until this is no longer
    • here. Yet, in no sense is it in truth a contradiction. Indeed one
    • at least not in the sense of being an interpretation or
    • the same sense there is philosophy in the West. In this respect the
    • familiar to them in the sense world. In that higher realm one
    • sense world though in a refined form. In our world here man is
    • super-sensible beings are far above all attributes of the senses and
    • in their true form do not appear at all with sense qualities because
    • the latter presuppose eyes and ears, that is, sense organs. In the
    • higher worlds, however, we do not perceive by means of sense organs
    • and stamping it in words borrowed from the sense world. Only that in
    • of feeling that thus translates the super-sensible into sense terms.
    • science; when in this sense we see the earth as the place where man
    • uplifted in the sense that souls individualized themselves and so
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    • senses in their true form. It will be possible to indicate their
    • world of sense will now say, “Inside there is no air, only an
    • thing in the double nature of man is, that behind all that the senses
    • in such a way as to give it sense and meaning for those who can
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    • So it has remained, in a certain sense, right up to our present age.
    • Not only in this sense
    • spiritual tendency that in the deepest sense permeates the
    • been foolishness for that ancient time; it has sense only for mankind
    • sense of the ego; fully conscious Imagination as it is described in
    • significant thing, something from which we may in a certain sense
    • philological sense, not in order to give academic commentaries, but
    • feeling. It is easier to take them in the true sense of the life of
    • laws with his thinking, can in a certain sense live together with it.
    • not in the moral sense.) A man who would truly see spiritual facts
    • must get accustomed to not taking them in an absolute sense.
    • relative sense. A European professor took objection to this. He
    • red, orange, yellow — in the sense of Sankhya philosophy the
    • sattwa colors. In this sense too green must be called a rajas color;
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    • feeling must be attuned so as to understand what is said in the sense
    • were men who in a certain sense knew nothing of the Divine Beings
    • who, in a material or spiritual sense, will only believe in what has
    • his eyes. Such are tamas men in a certain conscious sense, and quite
    • in the sense too of the tamas men of Krishna's time.
    • sense for “Sat,” the All-being, the unity without and
    • enter into Brahma would be a senseless anachronism. It would be like
    • In the ancient Indian sense Lucifer said to man, “You will be
    • sense. In effect, the pursuit of this Jesus-path alone went on and on
    • to such a pitch that men were in a certain sense brought more and
    • in the true anthroposophic sense the impulse necessary for the
    • to pursue the study of all religions, and do so in the same sense as
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    • carried through in the right way. Sense-impressions become merely a
    • world through his senses. He perceives it in colours, forms and sounds
    • and other sense-impressions. He lives within this world of
    • sense-impressions. At the moment when Initiation is to enter a certain
    • is with all sense-impressions. Whereas previously they were in
    • in the right sense with other explanations you will see the agreement,
    • Initiation, thinking in the usual sense of the word ceases. It is not
    • knowledge that in a certain sense things are in a bad way with regard
    • physical plane he lives in his sense-impressions and in the ordinary
    • an expression of the sense of touch, ceases, and the person feels as
    • all impressions of the senses — with everything for which the
    • in a certain sense an extra-physical experience, but the consciousness
    • grasp what a contradiction this is, in the ordinary sense of the word.
    • the method of perception by the senses, and also the act of thinking,
    • we call sense-perception. This follows from what has already been
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    • So now, after having left behind him the physical sense-world in this
    • plant world. And only in a somewhat indirect sense — and, one
    • sense-world the forces which bring epidemics and illnesses, and
    • sense-world. Here we see a natural ordinance to which these souls are
    • sense, and a readiness to recognise facts that cannot be overlooked,
    • first in full force when persons who in this sense are the children of
    • — not in a bad sense but emphatically in a good one — that
    • senses. Let us not think in this connection of some dull, prosaic
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    • beings of higher worlds who are working upon the sense-world from the
    • sense-world; conditions are seen such as were described yesterday. But
    • higher worlds, and gazing down, as it were, into the sense-world; he
    • different kingdoms of nature in the sense-world. He sees the whole
    • for after it all things become in some sense different.
    • encounters in the sense-world as the death of man — when one sees
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    • Egyptian Mysteries. In a certain sense this brought us to the last
    • Lower Gods in the widest sense of the word. We have to speak of the
    • sense; the dead part is indeed stimulated by its environment, but
    • (“justly” is here used in an occult sense) all the
    • meant in any figurative sense. In our own time it must be said that
    • something that can be called, in a crude sense, a double nature. To a
    • had in a certain sense to experience through the Sentient Soul. In all
    • legends, so can we now also sense in them deep secrets of the
    • certain sense it cannot directly approach the external part of human
    • they have to say and teach and do in a spiritual sense — are in
    • we must insist in the strictest sense on the rule of the soul over
    • cleverer, in the sense in which it is fashionable to call people
    • and, concepts which relate only to the sense-perceptible outer world
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    • which he also perceived — than in the world of sense. There were
    • intellectual sense. But above the intellectual plane there is the
    • Spirit of Love, divine and human. In this sense, Theology will tend to
    • In the Rosicrucian sense, Christianity is at once the highest
    • In this sense, Christ is the centre of the esoteric evolution of the
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    • themselves in order that the other may rise. In this sense we can
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    • the red blood into a body-builder. In this sense the Yogi works at his
    • most general sense, signifies this power of transmutation.
    • The spiritual part of man proceeds from the Gods. In this sense, man
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    • But with the mineralisation of the Earth, other organs of sense made
    • astral sense. All perceptions are relative; they are merely symbolic.
    • The man of today lives only in his senses and intellect which
    • elaborates what the senses tell him. The intellect of man of the
    • We cannot speak of evil in the absolute sense. Evil, indeed, plays a
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    • and the world of sense — which in olden times were known only to
    • certain sense, the synthesis of the physical and etheric bodies, for
    • body is bisexual. In this sense, therefore, it is a synthesis of the
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    • Christianity represents, in a sense, the central moment, the turning
    • the three synoptic Gospels, as being, in a sense, apocryphal. The very
    • to this Gospel as to their Bible. It may be said in a sense that the
    • that it may behold the light.’ In this sense the Rosicrucians
    • said: — ‘The Gospel of St. John awakens thine inner senses
    • perceive truth in a two-fold sense: directly, through dream and astral
    • vision, indirectly, through sense-perception and logic. The initiation
    • Christ represents the crystallised initiation of the life of sense.
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    • view but in a deeper sense, relating the story to the evolution of
    • There is an intensification of the life of feeling, a wider sense of
    • feeling of love for all beings and this gives him a sense of living in
    • the soul. This virtue which consists in a sense of having ‘the
    • suffering the disciple recognises that the world of the senses is
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    • sense of sight.
    • “The completeness of Nature displays itself to another sense in a
    • similar way. Let the eye be closed, let the sense of hearing be
    • senses — to known, misunderstood, and unknown senses: so speaks she with
    • inverse sense according to the sphere of life in which we are
    • unrealised on Earth — that is said to be sensed by the spirits in
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    • not desire to convert but to quicken in others the sense that has
    • in the physical body. The eye of sense only sees what is finished, not
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    • senses, although they are intimately connected with this world. In
    • world of sense.
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    • evolutionary sense, are to be taken quite literally. To breathe is to
    • consciousness as it is in our time. Sense perceptions are received
    • but around him. We reach a point when the sense-organs existed only in
    • ‘man’ in our sense of the word — were governed by these
    • rather by a spiritual sense, — Think of a hen sitting on its
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    • physical world we evolve ideas simply by means of the sense organs and
    • perceive by means of the senses but by the sympathy which makes us
    • certain sense it is liquid, fluidic. In the devachanic world,
    • penetrates except by way of the senses.
    • in this sense, that his Ego lived in a higher world and guided him
    • A consciousness which repeats the third stage but retains the acquired quality of objectivity. Images have definite colours and are realised as being quite distinct from the perceiver. The subjective sense of attraction or repulsion vanishes. In this new imaginative consciousness, the faculty of reason that has been acquired in the physical world retains its own powers.
    • reproduce, in a higher sense, the three lower. A traveler is always at
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    • may be said of every sense-organ.
    • required a protective sheath of bone — the skull. In this sense,
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    • state he had no consciousness in our sense of the word. The Gods who
    • and the physical senses; they live in the nerve branches which end in
    • the sense-organs. Lucifer has lived in us for as long as Jehovah.
    • The fact that his senses give man an objective consciousness of the
    • literally, for it was by the Luciferian Spirits that the senses of man
    • The individualisation of consciousness is due to the senses. If man's
    • thoughts were not related to the sense-world they would simply be
    • world by means of the senses owes its existence to the Luciferian
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    • sensed the deep harmony of the heavens as that of a living and divine
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    • them with our conscience and our sense of truth. This is the
    • world of the senses, there are soul-spiritual things, and
    • that religious revelations are not concerned with the sense
    • behind our sense world, and of the devachanic (or mental
    • employed in the sense world. It needed that which the
    • because one has no astral sense organs. They must gradually
    • more deeply in the sense of the John Gospel.
    • to all sense impressions. Nothing must be able to disturb
    • is in this sleep condition he is no longer in the sense
    • experiences what the sense world really is. The truth of the
    • sense world is revealed. He starts out from these words
    • derived from the sense world leading back to the primal
    • on a platter and made it the object of your sense
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    • outer sense world into spiritual life. The idea of the raven
    • sense: “Though thou fightest thou art not the
    • world with the senses. If one does not pass through an
    • is as senseless as if one would not allow the human embryo to
    • other senses is work done for the higher life.
    • higher senses, that he must develop the chakrams or holy
    • only use these terms in a technical sense. All worlds are,
    • taught reincarnation. For instance, one can only make sense
    • force of water in its occult sense.
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    • first of all see through our sense-organs what Theosophy calls the physical
    • senses have this faculty. These higher senses are no more than a higher
    • everyone can develop the spiritual senses if he has the necessary patience
    • much in control of his senses when investigating higher worlds as he is
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    • was of sight and hearing, with the sense-world accessible to her only
    • world which we perceive with our ordinary senses: but the astral world
    • world. But when the “senses of the soul” are opened, the
    • proportion as a man acquires new senses, so are new phenomena revealed
    • it. Anyone whose senses are opened to the astral world will at first
    • sense was there already without the significance it now has. The world
    • When our senses have become
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    • senses.
    • depends entirely on his senses. Let us think away everything that comes
    • to us through our senses: without our eyes, absolute darkness; without
    • appropriate senses. If we can clearly envisage what will remain when
    • around us, but they are inaccessible to our physical senses. What, then,
    • for well in advance, and so they separate easily and the sense of loss of
    • just as much sense as the “lower man” used to display. All
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    • the various incarnations, the whole process would of course be senseless,
    • Devachan — that these astral sense-organs wake to full activity; and
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    • hen experiences an immense and blissful sense of well-being. Transfer
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • by Theosophy is in the highest sense practical. The light it throws
    • his sense-organs. All the impressions they receive from the outer world
    • terms of his sense-organs. The sense-organs, however, are not influenced
    • a child's sense-organs. He will see with his eyes how people round
    • a child's senses, to draw them out so that they become active
    • sense-world. We must bring before him examples taken from the lives
    • soon realise what a sense of power and of security he has gained. We
    • him to recover, it would be nonsense if his friend replied that he really
    • of his friend's account-book. In the same way it would be nonsense if
    • does this hold good in a much deeper sense in the spiritual world.
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    • would not only be neurotic in the ordinary sense but children would
    • a good ear in the physical sense. This good ear is a physical quality
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    • Order's real task, but distorted to the point of nonsense. The individual
    • physical world of the senses, you will never understand illness, or the
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    • they exercised a powerful influence over nature. Their sense-organs
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    • began to concern themselves more with what the senses could perceive
    • achieved the gift of exact sense-observation, they ceased to understand
    • senses; if one faculty develops, another must fade away. The gift of
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    • and his outer senses. He lives and works in what we call the waking
    • that dreams are nonsense, but this is not so. Even with people today
    • in the sense-world, and you will then notice that your dreams are saying
    • from the sense-world in sleep, he is unconscious. This is no longer so
    • like the hands of a clock from left to right. These are the sense-organs
    • comes faith, which in its occult sense implies something rather different
    • to progress slowly in the sense of the proverb about drops of water
    • so that in a certain sense he still depends on a Guru on the physical
    • physical senses only what is to be found on that plane. Astral perceptions
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    • money. In the occult sense you will be responsible for it, and the events
    • Eastern sense.
    • kingdoms in the course of his evolution, so will he in a certain sense
    • the curbing of sense-perception. Nowadays in ordinary life a person
    • receives a continual stream of sense-impressions and allows them all
    • concentrate on a single sense-impression for a specified number of minutes
    • and blind to all sense-impressions; he must turn away from them and
    • derive from sense-impressions. We have to form them for ourselves —
    • inwardly. This meditation on concepts which have no sense-perceptible
    • idea which has no sense-perceptible counterpart, you allow your mind
    • a transformation of the soul. In a certain sense you become clairvoyant
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    • you must cultivate patience, in the occult sense of the word. Most people
  • Title: Pastoral Medicine: Lecture 1
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    • in the sense in which that title can be given them from the standpoint
    • must always hold — in the sense just described — toward
    • origin in the spiritual world. Sense-perceptible actions are
    • present in the ritual on the level of sense perception. And what
    • makes no sense. And why should a priest want to interfere in medical
    • physician a priest, but they can both in a certain sense be teachers.
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    • there to be understood in a concrete sense, not abstractly, as
    • But whether the sense impressions will be grasped appropriately by
    • the other parts in a normal fashion. If not, the sense impressions
    • become dim. And in the same measure that the sense impressions fade,
    • the thoughts become livelier. Sense impressions can appear almost
    • people is flowing away; their sense impressions have something misty
    • more colored, almost as if they were sense impressions
    • properly into the external senses, and therefore, every now and then,
    • becomes “senseless.” Sense impressions in general fade
    • the sense organs and the nerve substance. They will find, although
    • general area of the senses.
    • physical-sense world, quite unable to be the sort of human being that
    • condition has advanced to the next, as I described it with the sense
    • What sense would there be today
    • have no meaning in a higher sense. For as a matter of fact, very much
  • Title: Pastoral Medicine: Lecture 3
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    • feel themselves, know themselves in the most eminent sense to be
    • certain sense, against the physical organization. The conscious
    • optical experience. This happens similarly with every other sense
    • body, and does not push out to the senses, but pushes from within to
    • what is the nerve-sense system — pushes first, actually, into
    • there streams into the senses. So the senses are taken hold of in a
    • the senses, it is colored, intensified, made vivid by the fact that
    • it streams from within to the senses. That is how the feeling of
    • spiritual world comes from the other direction. Ordinary sense
    • to sense perceptions that the explanations in physiology and
    • has this sense of responsibility can only be decided out of a deep
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    • super-sensible worlds into the sense world: that means, they combine
    • sense. As a matter of fact, the course of human life is such that the
    • seven years provides, in a certain sense, a kind of model from which
    • strongest sense of the word, heredity only holds good for the first
    • further, although they are hidden from human sense perception. If you
    • forces are active behind the sense-perceptible physical entities. We
    • gradually diminishes up to the change of teeth. A sense impression is
    • recognized. To a child the sense impression is something entirely
    • sense perceptions. But behind all that, what is the fundamental force
    • work it had to accomplish — in the full sense of the word
    • fullest sense of the word.
    • in the crude sense in which natural science speaks of it. We will
    • competent to form this judgment, in the finest sense of the word.
    • active in the right sense in medical and pastoral activity.
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    • astral body closely to it, in a certain sense away from the
    • Just as on the one hand he cannot adapt himself to immediate sense
    • unites a human being with the outer world. His senses are dulled; his
    • sense impressions were in a certain sense stimulated from within. The
    • direction was from within out to the senses. Now in this
    • type of individuals poured into visions similar to a sense
    • perception, with colors like a sense perception, visions that
    • sense world. In this case there is a reaching inward to a physical
    • direction of the senses, that is, in the direction of the ego
    • in through the senses, to strong colors, lively sounds. Now precisely
    • in a trivial sense. My intention is to show you that such phenomena
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    • relate himself to them completely; he had a fine sense for everything
    • incarnation (which in a wider sense belongs to our own time) he was
    • subsequent life expressed foremost (in a wide sense) in the head
    • rhythmic system, nerve-sense system. What comes from an earlier
    • earth-life works over into the nerve-sense system of the new life;
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    • would I have criticized in a trivial sense — which would be so
    • other organic processes carbon dioxide is, in a certain sense,
    • differences in warmth. To physicists this makes no sense, because
    • an “out” in the same sense as in ordinary breathing. In
    • nerve-sense system becomes united with what is being inhaled by the
    • lungs. Thus the nerve-sense system carries on a very fine breathing
    • not studied today in a real sense. It is lacking entirely from
    • the senses as the latter is commonly presented, with the various
    • senses — seeing, hearing, sensation of warmth — totally
    • sense process. As it is now, people know only the peripheral aspects
    • of the sense process, not this central activity; that's why the
    • current physiology of the senses is like a completely foreign body to
    • them. Physiologists dabble around in the separate senses and treat
    • forth, and are completely missing the fact that all the senses flow
    • real physiology of the senses when the physiologist is able to say: I
    • of the breathing, out of the paths of the senses and thinking to the
    • earth-life: that is, by disregarding the sense life that takes its
    • namely, sense perception, is made the object of consciousness through
    • knowledge. The physiology of the senses has gathered tremendous
    • that occurs in the senses has been gathered together and arranged in
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    • plant. With them alone, the plant-being would in a certain sense only
    • seeing, hearing, and the other sense activities are suppressed. At
    • which the sense world comes.” But one is not able to
    • differentiate between spiritual world and sense world, one is beyond
    • a differentiated sense world. The sun no longer shines, the stars no
    • of the contours of the sense world, there is a general spirituality,
    • us during the day, spirit is also entering us. Through every sense
    • every sense perception that streams into us. It is indeed the spirit
    • sense perception. In our finer breathing the sun force, the sun life
    • sense perceptions we breathe in the manifold ingredients of the
    • of the sense perceptions. And the thoughts are infused from various
    • sense perception. Thought must be understood as preceding the sense
    • experience; then the sense experience comes through infusion, tinted
    • not realize that the sun-being streams into us with every sense
    • senses into the nerves, karma enters into us. That is one side of the
    • area of the senses, then all the life streaming in from the sun and
    • of the sun entering on the paths of the senses and nerves. If we can
    • physical-etheric sun activity enters: through the senses. In the same
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    • that sleep is healthful is correct in a certain sense, but only under
    • psychopathic or insane in the sense in which one is justified in
    • scientists. And that makes no sense. A physician should always be
    • sense to be ill. One must fill one's whole being with this knowledge.
    • to realize that in the widest sense sick life wants to sink down into
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    • And this silly nonsense is accepted today as science, honest science,
    • out into the distances of the cosmos. In a certain sense we have
    • and the Platonic year. A day's breathing is in this sense a totality;
    • But human beings cannot do this. We have, in a certain sense, to
    • as cold shows the tendency to go to the nerve-sense system. And today
    • nerve-sense organization. Everything of a summer nature, everything
    • it everything summery. If we look at our nerve-sense functions, we
    • in the macrocosm is the creative force in the human nerve-sense
    • nerve-sense system will be healed by the spirit in outer nature, so
  • Title: Pastoral Medicine: Lecture 11
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    • stimulus, as in a certain sense just the first chapter, the beginning
    • worlds into the world of the physical senses. But there was a
    • being inherits overpower in a certain sense the forces that are
    • sense to subnature. How are we to think about the Father God with
    • this sense they belong in their waking state to the earth; by their
    • medicine in this sense and as it was meant in this pastoral medicine
    • in the sense of a renewal of the mysteries, then the event of
  • Title: Broken Vessels: Lecture 1
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    • must always hold — in the sense just described — toward
    • origin in the spiritual world. Sense-perceptible actions are
    • present in the ritual on the level of sense perception. And what
    • makes no sense. And why should a priest want to interfere in medical
    • physician a priest, but they can both in a certain sense be teachers.
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    • there to be understood in a concrete sense, not abstractly, as
    • But whether the sense impressions will be grasped appropriately by
    • the other parts in a normal fashion. If not, the sense impressions
    • become dim. And in the same measure that the sense impressions fade,
    • the thoughts become livelier. Sense impressions can appear almost
    • people is flowing away; their sense impressions have something misty
    • more colored, almost as if they were sense impressions
    • properly into the external senses, and therefore, every now and then,
    • becomes “senseless.” Sense impressions in general fade
    • the sense organs and the nerve substance. They will find, although
    • general area of the senses.
    • physical-sense world, quite unable to be the sort of human being that
    • condition has advanced to the next, as I described it with the sense
    • What sense would there be today
    • have no meaning in a higher sense. For as a matter of fact, very much
  • Title: Broken Vessels: Lecture 3
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    • feel themselves, know themselves in the most eminent sense to be
    • certain sense, against the physical organization. The conscious
    • optical experience. This happens similarly with every other sense
    • body, and does not push out to the senses, but pushes from within to
    • what is the nerve-sense system — pushes first, actually, into
    • there streams into the senses. So the senses are taken hold of in a
    • the senses, it is colored, intensified, made vivid by the fact that
    • it streams from within to the senses. That is how the feeling of
    • spiritual world comes from the other direction. Ordinary sense
    • to sense perceptions that the explanations in physiology and
    • has this sense of responsibility can only be decided out of a deep
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    • supersensible worlds into the sense world: that means, they combine
    • sense. As a matter of fact, the course of human life is such that the
    • seven years provides, in a certain sense, a kind of model from which
    • strongest sense of the word, heredity only holds good for the first
    • further, although they are hidden from human sense perception. If you
    • forces are active behind the sense-perceptible physical entities. We
    • gradually diminishes up to the change of teeth. A sense impression is
    • recognized. To a child the sense impression is something entirely
    • sense perceptions. But behind all that, what is the fundamental force
    • work it had to accomplish — in the full sense of the word
    • fullest sense of the word.
    • in the crude sense in which natural science speaks of it. We will
    • competent to form this judgment, in the finest sense of the word.
    • active in the right sense in medical and pastoral activity.
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    • astral body closely to it, in a certain sense away from the
    • Just as on the one hand he cannot adapt himself to immediate sense
    • unites a human being with the outer world. His senses are dulled; his
    • sense impressions were in a certain sense stimulated from within. The
    • direction was from within out to the senses. Now in this
    • type of individuals poured into visions similar to a sense
    • perception, with colors like a sense perception, visions that
    • sense world. In this case there is a reaching inward to a physical
    • direction of the senses, that is, in the direction of the ego
    • in through the senses, to strong colors, lively sounds. Now precisely
    • in a trivial sense. My intention is to show you that such phenomena
  • Title: Broken Vessels: Lecture 6
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    • relate himself to them completely; he had a fine sense for everything
    • incarnation (which in a wider sense belongs to our own time) he was
    • subsequent life expressed foremost (in a wide sense) in the head
    • rhythmic system, nerve-sense system. What comes from an earlier
    • earth-life works over into the nerve-sense system of the new life;
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    • would I have criticized in a trivial sense — which would be so
    • other organic processes carbon dioxide is, in a certain sense,
    • differences in warmth. To physicists this makes no sense, because
    • an “out” in the same sense as in ordinary breathing. In
    • nerve-sense system becomes united with what is being inhaled by the
    • lungs. Thus the nerve-sense system carries on a very fine breathing
    • not studied today in a real sense. It is lacking entirely from
    • the senses as the latter is commonly presented, with the various
    • senses — seeing, hearing, sensation of warmth — totally
    • sense process. As it is now, people know only the peripheral aspects
    • of the sense process, not this central activity; that's why the
    • current physiology of the senses is like a completely foreign body to
    • them. Physiologists dabble around in the separate senses and treat
    • forth, and are completely missing the fact that all the senses flow
    • real physiology of the senses when the physiologist is able to say: I
    • of the breathing, out of the paths of the senses and thinking to the
    • earth-life: that is, by disregarding the sense life that takes its
    • namely, sense perception, is made the object of consciousness through
    • knowledge. The physiology of the senses has gathered tremendous
    • that occurs in the senses has been gathered together and arranged in
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
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    • plant. With them alone, the plant-being would in a certain sense only
    • seeing, hearing, and the other sense activities are suppressed. At
    • which the sense world comes.” But one is not able to
    • differentiate between spiritual world and sense world, one is beyond
    • a differentiated sense world. The sun no longer shines, the stars no
    • of the contours of the sense world, there is a general spirituality,
    • us during the day, spirit is also entering us. Through every sense
    • every sense perception that streams into us. It is indeed the spirit
    • sense perception. In our finer breathing the sun force, the sun life
    • sense perceptions we breathe in the manifold ingredients of the
    • of the sense perceptions. And the thoughts are infused from various
    • sense perception. Thought must be understood as preceding the sense
    • experience; then the sense experience comes through infusion, tinted
    • not realize that the sun-being streams into us with every sense
    • senses into the nerves, karma enters into us. That is one side of the
    • area of the senses, then all the life streaming in from the sun and
    • of the sun entering on the paths of the senses and nerves. If we can
    • physical-etheric sun activity enters: through the senses. In the same
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    • that sleep is healthful is correct in a certain sense, but only under
    • psychopathic or insane in the sense in which one is justified in
    • scientists. And that makes no sense. A physician should always be
    • sense to be ill. One must fill one's whole being with this knowledge.
    • to realize that in the widest sense sick life wants to sink down into
  • Title: Broken Vessels: Lecture 10
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    • And this silly nonsense is accepted today as science, honest science,
    • out into the distances of the cosmos. In a certain sense we have
    • and the Platonic year. A day's breathing is in this sense a totality;
    • But human beings cannot do this. We have, in a certain sense, to
    • as cold shows the tendency to go to the nerve-sense system. And today
    • nerve-sense organization. Everything of a summer nature, everything
    • it everything summery. If we look at our nerve-sense functions, we
    • in the macrocosm is the creative force in the human nerve-sense
    • nerve-sense system will be healed by the spirit in outer nature, so
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    • stimulus, as in a certain sense just the first chapter, the beginning
    • worlds into the world of the physical senses. But there was a
    • being inherits overpower in a certain sense the forces that are
    • sense to subnature. How are we to think about the Father God with
    • this sense they belong in their waking state to the earth; by their
    • medicine in this sense and as it was meant in this pastoral medicine
    • in the sense of a renewal of the mysteries, then the event of
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture I
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    • sense-perception and of the intellect bound up with the physical
    • physical sense-world; something comes into existence which we must
    • which does indeed underlie and maintain the ordinary sense-world of
    • the origin of this our sense-world, including the origin of man
    • senses can reach the origin of sense-existence. For sense-existence
    • sense-perceptible and penetrate into regions that can only be grasped
    • description of anything perceptible by the senses, anything which the
    • sense-world. Hence you will see that it is utterly inadequate to
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    • further what science has to say. My sense of responsibility is such
    • the next few days without the deepest sense of awe and of the
    • the moment of the welling-forth of the sense-perceptible part of our
    • certain resistance to our senses, did not exist during the Saturn,
    • sense-world. We only get a kind of external reflection of it. From
    • the spiritual what tone is in the sense-world. So that when we ascend
    • sound of which the sense-perceptible tone which the ear hears is only
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    • organs of sense such as we have today have followed what we are told
    • the air-warmth-light sphere of the Sun? With the senses of today we
    • consciousness there is no sense whatever in this dispute, for when it
    • phenomenal sense — it simply means the separation of two
    • there were still no plants in the sense of today. And it is only on
    • in the sense-world today were not to be found on the Sun, nor on the
    • intellectual criticisms of these things? What nonsense it makes of
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    • to. But mark, please, in what sense we speak of warmth or fire in the
    • with his external senses when it is transmitted by the air, but it
    • which is only perceptible when the clairvoyant sense is in some way
    • Everything of a solid material nature is earth in the sense of
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    • the sense of the ancient tradition we have to look for Being not only
    • with its fantastic nonsense about ether vibrations and so on, is
    • usual rendering is nonsense. I should like to meet the man who can
    • really make any sense of these words. What really lies behind
    • this passage faithfully with a real sense of the associations which
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    • mind that our usual interpretation of the sense-world, as it presents
    • astral worlds, in a higher sense also belongs to the sphere of
    • physical existence, behind what we perceive with our senses.
    • say that behind all we see around us through our senses there lies an
    • the outer expression in the sense-world of what we have just been
    • the sense-world. What is the shadow in this case? That which in
    • senses actually show, we remain on solid ground. If one wants to
    • penetrate behind the sense-perceptible basis, then one has to rise to
    • into our sense-world? In the sense-world it becomes the expanse of
    • and of the Elohim which compresses itself into our sense-existence to
    • too, and that for him nothing makes sense unless he applies the same
    • experience with our senses we see the manifestation of hierarchical
    • activity. It would be utter nonsense to regard the lightning flashing
    • unknown, only dimly sensed. Let us follow up the activity of some
    • historical research; and it fills us with melancholy and a deep sense
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    • mineral, the human kingdoms as sense-objects, was not there. What was
    • sense organs, as purely physical organs, had already been formed on
    • inner, so that it would have been nonsense for any of them to say:
    • externally sense-perceptible. When does a marble sculpture become a
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    • visible to external senses, it would only have been seen by
    • formed man out of “a clod of earth” make any sense.
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    • male and female in the sense of today; the Elohim-man was at the same
    • time both male and female, undifferentiated. Thus man, in the sense
    • them. The words do not refer to man and woman in the sense of
    • comprehend our origin with due reverence, but also with a due sense
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    • to an end in the physical sense, Paul [was] still an antagonist of
    • evidence of the physical senses, but who could be convinced only by a
    • veil of the world of sense. From the very manner in which he speaks it
    • the super-sensible world and the world of sense.
    • entirely with the world of sense.
    • second half of life through sense-experience, because the parallelism between
    • the world of the senses, also the spiritual. Incredible as it may
    • together with the sense-perceptible, a spiritual reality. They did not
    • world of sense. A time had to come when man must perforce lift himself
    • from all sense-phenomena. He had to find the way to a divine and
    • vision, which was at one and the same time a sense-vision and a
    • of the senses. Paul knew from his own super-sensible experience in
    • senses. Should any man think he can reach the Christ with the mere
    • vision of the senses, Paul knew that he must be giving himself up to
    • world of sense is not enough. To-day, mankind has only come so far as
    • to speak of the contrast between an external, sense-derived science,
    • senseless.
    • shrink from having nothing but a merely external, sense-given science,
    • knowledge — for knowledge of the senses can never explain the
    • sense. He is being put to death in the field of knowledge. And until
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    • wherever sense-objects, wherever human beings themselves are, on the
    • of the world of sense. In ancient times, this vision of the divine and
    • The Jewish people alone were an exception in the sense that
    • human being here on earth through the senses may perish and
    • have insight can discern here a mood that is in the real sense the
    • senseless, because blood-relationship is no longer a factor of any
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    • in the real sense be born, descends from spiritual worlds and is
    • in any juristic sense. In the Book of Job, the greatest dramatic
    • sense, this pain must be conceived as reality — and not as its
    • physical senses is the outer expression of the Spirit of our universe,
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    • increasing sense of tragedy, and how, in fact, none of the teaching
    • never in any real sense be acquired unless, as in earlier times,
    • abstract sense — how much more even a camel, an animal wholly
    • of Christendom this knowledge was in a certain sense still alive. Then
    • to receive these teachings in a higher, esoteric sense. In the
    • rendered to the religious life. — This is in no sense the
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    • knowledge of the Spiritual it is in a sense an actual fact, that
    • and legend, not only in the poetic, but also in the spiritual sense,
    • the life of knowledge, of art, of beauty, in the widest sense of the
    • relation between religion in the ordinary sense and Christianity. The
    • senses: the eyes for seeing, the ears for hearing, and all the other
    • senses, in order to receive the impressions coming from the material
    • sense-impressions. Such is the life of day. At night, the Ego and
    • sense-world and of the waking life of day are obliterated; joy,
    • religion in our modern sense. What now forms the content of the various
    • experiencing existence through his physical senses, in order, finally,
    • experienced through the physical senses. But just because the etheric
    • formerly reality — in the physical sense — must gradually be
    • itself from the physical, man is to live his life in any real sense,
    • the deepest sense with our innermost being and Whose example we follow
    • world of sense cease to be all-important and fade into shadow, man
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    • wisdom that in a certain sense leads to the very peak of
    • sense also understand the words which make known the identity of the
    • In a very real sense, man is the only thinking being on the earth.
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    • form; it had to be accomplished by a man in the real sense, a man with
    • sense in which Christ Jesus is the Great Example for humanity. And
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    • those of race. We can still speak, in a certain sense, of an old
    • We must look upon it, in a sense, as a mark of distinction bestowed by
    • grasped only in spirit, and when nothing happens in a material sense
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    • most recent cycle of mankind, and should, in a certain sense, be
    • dead. But now our dead leave us in quite another sense; they disappear
    • time already, in a certain sense, written down a prophetic version of
    • age of man; in a certain sense we could designate it as a coming
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    • whole kingdom of the spiritual world. Although to sense-perception,
    • body, through the external senses and the understanding bound to the
    • certain sense our physical life here is regulated between birth and
    • sense we regard the life during these days from the standpoint of the
    • how much goes on in this way, so that in a sense, we go through life
    • spiritual world, in one sense, than in the second half of life. Yet in
    • another sense this is not the case. But in a certain sense we do stand
    • tremendous importance. For each one who dies thus is, in one sense, as
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    • conception in a limited sense; but, if we consider, for example, the
    • also would be right, and in a much deeper sense. If we seek the
    • with the people who in a sense formed the upper classes. And there
    • forming, in a sense, a kind of central point of our cosmic horizon,
    • senses. In normal life on the physical plane, we do not look into
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    • principles of the human nature. In a narrower sense, in our age we
    • English sense: ‘I have a mind to do this.’) and he was thus
    • in a higher sense than did the Greek. The Greek could not see certain
    • our present earthly relations, not in a good sense. Now, I could
    • body. We have said that even in dreams if we were able in a sense to
    • of them in a few words. But just that which in the material sense does
    • of history are in a special sense the bringers of ideals appear as
    • the strictest sense of the words. Something else must be mingled with
    • the earth-existence, which in the earth-sense has no existence. This
    • existence, but merely in germ. Yet in a sense it is something that
    • sense, spiritual messengers, as are the Idealists who come here on the
    • and nevertheless not consumed by it, should, in a sense not
    • richer and more comprehensive sense than one can do who has gone
    • extremely concrete. In yet another sense than I developed it here in
    • certain sense, passive in our innermost being, and if we wish to raise
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    • our senses while in our earthly bodies, and which we seek to grasp
    • between the spiritual and sense world, from a special standpoint, we
    • through the world; there you have in a sense two parallel progressive
    • Now just as Art, in a sense, brings as by enchantment a spiritual
    • Something is reproduced in all these memories, which, in a sense,
    • just what we have experienced here between birth and death. In a sense
    • This astral body goes through life wiser, in a much higher sense than
    • become clear to us. Over us there is a Being that in a limited sense
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    • here in physical consciousness. But it is also, in a certain sense, a
    • with ordinary senses what position we occupy in a spiritual world
    • was entirely fantastic and appeared, in so far as it had any sense at
    • reading during the last few days, at any rate the senseless thought
    • through to his sense consciousness, some process has already taken
    • — I mean this to be taken in the above-mentioned sense, for that
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    • nature. We know that during these days when in a sense the deepest
    • is at its lowest ebb, when, in a sense, everything external in
    • when the storm raged but of this in its deepest sense the present-day
    • this frame of mind again in the deepest sense, if he turns to what the
    • sense is composed of two members. We have learnt to know the one as
    • nature, but is rather, in a sense, destructive. Through our power of
    • who asserts anything about the spiritual world in the sense of
    • limited, for he perceives the outer world through his senses; yet
    • these senses can merely yield what they produce through themselves.
    • Thus man perceives the world by its effects on his senses, therefore
    • transcend the limit of his senses! He can only receive pictures of
    • compare what we obtain through our senses, our eyes, ears, etc. —
    • here in sense existence, is only here because it impresses itself on
    • following: Man has eyes, ears, sense of touch, etc., that is, a
    • collection of sense organs. And in Mauthner's opinion man might have
    • senses. For instance, he might have another sense besides the eye. He
    • would then perceive the world quite differently with this sense from
    • through our senses.” And he calls these senses ‘Accidental
    • Senses,’ because in his opinion it is a Cosmic accident that we
    • should have just these very senses. If we had other senses the world
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    • Paracelsus. He sensed, felt and perceived the force inherent in a
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    • this. In a narrower sense this activity is called human karma. What I
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    • The plant world as sense organ of the Earth. The organ of orientation
    • beings extend their senses into the world in order to behold this
    • world through them. Let us take our start from the sense organs of the
    • dealing with the sense organs of the single plants, but with beings in
    • because it senses the direction of gravity. By observing the starch
    • granules at the root-tips, we learn to recognise a kind of sense
    • organ. This is for a plant the sense of gravity. This sense belongs
    • orders the growth of the plant in accordance with this sense.
    • to the head can cause a disturbance in the three canals. The sense of
    • is the same sense which in the plant, as sense of balance, is
    • the plant. The reason, why in man the sense of direction is connected
    • with the sense of hearing, is that hearing is the sense which raises
    • carriage, which without the sense of direction or balance would not be
    • complement to the passive sense of hearing. What in the plant is
    • simply a sense of orientation has become in man the sense of hearing,
    • which bears within itself the old sense of orientation in the three
    • fast to the earth. We first learn to know man in a true sense when we
    • development of the sense of direction. Because man in relation to the
    • in the organ of hearing the old residue of the sense of direction. He
    • Each of the sense organs has a consciousness of its own. These
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    • warmth, as in a certain sense man today controls the life of the air.
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    • approaches our senses, there must also be a soul to receive it; but
    • conversely something must also be present in order that the sense
    • is in the light and discloses itself in all sense impressions. Behind
    • regard to all sense impressions, he is receptive, with regard to
    • colours and other sense perceptions and also his own being. Then we
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    • sense is ‘the word’ which undergoes a transformation from thinking,
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    • understood in this sense. Jesus went up into the mountain with the
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    • certain sense, we have purely and simply the physical world before us.
    • We must only direct our senses outwards in order to have the physical
    • gains senses adapted to a particular world can he become
    • self-conscious in that world. Now he only has senses for the physical
    • connected. Man only has such higher thoughts when senses awaken for
    • pass on from the reflected impressions of the senses and allow an
    • devachanic senses. A sentence such as that from
    • a force, which gradually allows devachanic senses to awaken in the
    • physical senses. Previously he was on the higher planes. He descended
    • separateness, in that through the medium of his senses he perceives
    • separateness and turn his senses outwards. This is actually where work
    • as through external compulsion one orders oneself according to sense
    • perceives the world of the physical through his senses. When he
    • the sense world. From the other side he is subject to direction from
    • conditions every night. Only when he has acquired senses for the other
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    • to develop an objective observation of the world or a sense of duty
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    • religious sense. It is much more to the point to become livingly aware
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    • us as devachanic sense organs for the devachanic world. As preparation
    • existence and he drew them in through his Moon-senses, in order to
    • sense perceptions. Later he will ray out everything which he had
    • previously perceived through the senses. Whatever he had taken in
    • of the senses, of the lower instincts, connects himself ever more
    • forces of the senses, which should now detach themselves, if he is
    • a sense of comfort in existence
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    • sense, an individual directed by forward-striving brotherhoods, for
    • was cultivated in India. It was in this sense that the western
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    • result of his deeds in the past. This is the case in the widest sense
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    • thoughts. Everything which in this sense he accomplishes with
    • it reveals itself to the senses; it is however created by means of
    • first place that we perceive through the senses. Behind is the great
    • perceived by the senses, stands the Father Spirit, the first Logos.
    • What works in a much wider sense on Karma is feeling (Vedana). Thus
    • directed to the world of the senses, if they were not opposed by
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    • in the strongest sense of the word an egotistical being. Manasic
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    • the senses. And when someone has left the Kamaloka plane, these astral
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    • aspect in the purest, noblest sense.
    • the senses, when approaching reincarnation experience a fear of
    • that beauty which is dependent on the senses.
    • is dependent on the senses to work upon it, Freemasonry took beauty as
    • the highest sense of the word. Whoever imbues himself with this, knows
    • Because in this sense thought is something holy, with his thoughts man
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    • senses and perception he would be unable to live consciously even in
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    • resounding through the world, all our sense impressions filling space
    • think away the qualities induced by the senses and the world filled
    • sense-qualities, but these reflections are inwardly endowed with life.
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    • power who has enthusiasm for wisdom which is as intense as the sense
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    • The senses in connection with the different ethers. Connection between
    • If we study our sense organs as they are usually studied, we see that
    • we have the possibility through the sense of smell of perceiving
    • we can call taste a chemical sense, because it penetrates into the
    • constitution of matter. The third sense that of sight, has nothing
    • produced by matter. The fourth, the sense of touch, has still less to
    • cold? It is what is contained in the warmth ether. So the sense of
    • life ether, hearing perceives the air. A sixth and a seventh sense
    • We have therefore in our senses a sequence of stages in connection
    • three lower senses.
    • The sense of sight perceives by means of the light ether the objects
    • through the sense of taste, relationship to the world; through the
    • sense of smell, the nose, life. Jehovah breathed into his nostrils the
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    • It would be senseless
    • separate consciousness, his independence, are in a certain sense
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    • dead to the living: Bread and Wine. In the occult sense, bread is what
    • certain sense we do the same as when we bleed the animal. Bread and
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    • that it developed no real sense for material culture. It possessed
    • undeveloped sense for the material. The ancient Indians were turned
    • sense of later systems, but knowledge, poetry and religion in a single
    • Man's origin was sought for in the stars. Thus, in this sense we have
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    • individuality that are of concern to practical life. We sense
    • sanguine. Sanguines surrender themselves in a certain sense to the
    • sense of inner well-being. The more a human being lives in his etheric
    • because his physical body resists his etheric body's inner sense of
    • activity of the etheric body. In all this the phlegmatic's inner sense
    • place, not only ethically, but also in a higher sense. The
    • possible. Thus in education it would be senseless to want to
    • sense been tried by life, who act and speak on the basis of past
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    • When we speak of “soul” in the sense of spiritual
    • cognition. He alone can speak of knowledge in the real sense who says
    • sense we find spirit inwardly creative in man and in animal.
    • that is perceived through the senses and investigated by science, but
    • organically formative. In an animal the sense organs, the functions
    • the word “instinct” in its ordinary sense. Man is so
    • again, in the life of the species. Therefore in the sense of
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    • sense of movement. Other things too are open to the human being, and
    • imprinting into himself his sense of balance, the sense of his own
    • movement and his whole sense of life. The interesting point here is
    • acquire a sense of one's own movement, in the imprint of bodily
    • the development of his sense of balance, we find again in his later
    • sense of balance, for the setting up of a certain balanced poise.
    • physiognomy. There in fact what begins as individual sense of
    • counted as science in its legitimate sense, for that it cannot be.
    • consider according to universal rules what in an artistic sense lies
    • possesses three senses not found in the animal. The word sense has to
    • of human beings. Of all the senses, the animal gets as far as that of
    • Its sense faculty rises to tone. But beyond that no possibility is
    • idea, congealed concept or conception, and as congealed sense of
    • congealed sense of sound that meets us. For that intercourse with the
    • ego being, what the sense of forming ideas can yield and undergo, and
    • what the sense of sound can experience, pour themselves into gesture,
    • sense of sound, in the way this flows more or less into his balance,
    • through a sense of sound that does not enter consciousness but lives
    • Thus we see in man a being with a sense world lying between two
    • poles. He has his sense world, the world of perception, sound world,
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    • content of my ordinary sense-perceptions. A spiritual element is
    • speaks of the spirit he does so in a vague, pantheistic sense, with no
    • the impressions received through his eyes, ears and other senses.
    • True, he receives external impressions by means of his senses, but
    • human beings, plants and animals — while he turns his senses in
    • sense-perceptions. Were he now to expect to receive his answers from
    • these sense-perceptions themselves, it would be just as if an old
    • over to the impressions of his senses, when he allows these questions
    • same sense-impressions will immediately bring him anything in the
    • knowledge, as this is understood in the sense of modern initiation,
    • sense-impressions he receives from the outer world — he also
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    • sense, as that is usually understood.
    • these Saturn-forces are connected, in a certain sense, with the
    • sense. But these things are not merely metaphorical; if a human being
    • makes an impression of sourness in the moral-physical sense, this has
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    • external aspect as that which presents itself to the senses. If we
    • words must be used in a different sense.
    • planets, we are led more to the qualities which in a sense are
    • in the sense indicated yesterday — which make it possible for man
    • earth by means of the senses. It is quite understandable that he
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    • reality, we must not call the rose an entity in the same sense as a
    • possible, therefore, only if one can go back, in the sense in which it
    • element, is, in the true sense of the word, woven out of the gleaming
    • But you must not think of this in a grossly material sense; it should
    • sense the embodiment of a kind of interaction between the lime element
    • makes us always remain with ourselves. Carbon, in a sense, is our
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    • a real sense of what it is that our present moment has brought us.
    • learn to know it through our physical senses, through the experiences
    • the need of forsaking the world of the senses in order to press on
    • to do with the senses and is the most material. Demeter, the Goddess,
    • inwardly bound up with and permeating the external world of the senses
    • objectively contains what is untrue in the strictest sense of the
    • sense of truthfulness for what the European soul is thirsting. The
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    • to all the greatness that, so dimly sensed today, has only come down
    • was felt and experienced, then only shall we get a sense of how
    • perceiving the world around him through his eyes and other sense
    • he may call his sense of orientation. He must not form concepts about
    • senses runs its course in such a way that it is impossible to break
    • and the corresponding physical sense organs. These things are quite
    • of the senses and is much more a purely sensory function, while what
    • what Buddha or Zarathustra was to him in the world of the senses, what
    • to know in the world of the senses.” Such a man may then develop
    • be senseless to say that He was initiated like other initiates. While
    • sense of it can be summed up by saying that in Christ we have a
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    • concepts of the life of the senses. I expressly say that this is
    • life of the soul in the real anthroposophical sense, we must gradually
    • the senses because an exact repetition of any world existence is
    • good in the higher worlds as they do in the life of the senses? They
    • of concepts, have a decisive effect. In our life of the senses they
    • of the senses these two systems of concepts natural order and moral
    • of the senses, when describing the world of nature, to rid ourselves
    • animal world. We feel, for instance, that it would be senseless to
    • long as these interpretations are confined to the world of the senses.
    • worlds. In the ordinary world of sense existence, we have only one
    • metaphorical, figurative sense that we use such expressions. I may
    • would never say that something burned him in the same sense as a man
    • say it in a real and literal sense. For what in super-sensible worlds
    • the sense world, is far more intimately connected with what may be
    • case with these two ideas in the world of the senses.
    • apparently run side by side in the ordinary life of the senses, are
    • senses. This necessity to change our concepts when the higher worlds
    • senses. They appear in such a way that we seem to see them arise from
    • super-sensible worlds from how it does in the world of the senses.
    • ugliness, quite in place in the world of the senses, can really no
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    • in ordinary sense existence?” we have to do only with waking
    • call our sense organs, through which the world of light and colour,
    • our souls. In the life of the senses what we call “our
    • senses of how to do this. His experiences are such that the ebb and
    • flow of impulses, cravings, sense impressions, ideas, intellectual
    • boundary between sense existence and spirit existence, has to alter
    • that he lives through and experiences in sense existence, in his
    • Whatever we can do worthily in the ordinary life of the senses, we
    • life of my senses, what at long last, actually remains of me? Is there
    • longing to keep hold of what he has loved in sense existence. His
    • world, the true spiritual world, not the astral world. It is nonsense
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    • face of the spirit-land. In the life of the senses we are confronted
    • world of the senses, permeate themselves with these, and thereby live
    • within the laws of nature. In short, in the life of the senses we must
    • left behind you, in the sense of the way we described this before,
    • tendencies you have, what sense of truthfulness, or superficial
    • but aroma should not here be understood in the physical sense. You
    • ordinary life in the world of the senses, be described somewhat as
    • a flowerpot in the world of the senses. It is not so. If you would
    • the thought, then you have something in sense life similar to the way
    • What you experience in the world of the senses when standing at some
    • the other hierarchies. Now just as in the world of the senses you can
    • would be nonsense to apply certain words natural in sensory existence
    • “then” in a merely comparative sense) events continue to
    • has never lived in the world of the senses but has always lived in the
    • Yes, when the conceptions of the life of the senses are applied to
    • world of the senses, and everything else besides, must be abandoned. I
    • you into the world of the senses. On the contrary, it need not be
    • all — by what is reminiscent of the world of the senses. You will
    • whole truth. When in the world of the senses some desire takes
    • that even finds an echo in our world of the senses. This contrast
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    • our ordinary world of the senses. From much that has been said it
    • in the world of the senses. There is a tendency to ignore any
    • super-sensible actually springs forth from the life of the senses. So
    • and revelation in the world of the senses. If you follow Lucifer in
    • matters stand with Lucifer within the actual life of the senses, where
    • and egoistic play into the life of the senses, and we know that the
    • for the world of the senses can be described by saying that where our
    • world of the senses is, where it becomes visible, there is Ahriman,
    • as possible from the world of the senses, of what is played out only
    • there, because the world of the senses exists for some purpose and is
    • namely, to bring down into the world of the senses all that we can
    • from the hidden spiritual worlds. Man loves the world of the senses
    • through death or initiation, you rise from the world of the senses
    • physical. In his sense that is good, but it would be evil in the sense
    • world of the senses because here he is invisible and spiritual. It
    • based on that of the senses, so much as by creating a relationship
    • lectures — that in our higher ego, which, in the sense of our
    • everything goes on in the same way as in the world of the senses.
    • in a life of the senses; I have possessed a certain faculty, but this
    • world of the senses and without having the patience and endurance to
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    • to grasp all that he is offered. In the life of the senses it is quite
    • arises by way of the physical senses. Once the boundary that is so
    • firmly drawn between the life of the senses and spiritual life is
    • such as is awakened in the life of the senses, possibly out of
    • confiding love, so that — and I mean this in a higher sense there
    • Complete illusion may ensue. Therefore, anyone having a serious sense
    • karma of Western culture. In a certain sense these make it not too
    • who is known throughout the world for his objectivity, his calm sense
    • write a history of the West in accordance with his objective sense
    • Such is the ascent from life in the senses to spiritual life. Whereas
    • kind of sense of truth, as a materialistic sense of truth. But, by
    • super-sensible worlds by reason of their own sense of truth, their
    • honest and sincere sense of truth, and of, I would say, pledging
    • in the sense in which those who have learned to know and therefore to
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    • Sense-perceptions. The value to us of Perception and Thought is in
    • perceptions of the senses. We do not allow colours and sounds,
    • own inner world in a much deeper sense than by perception. We do more
    • sense this is also the foundation of all our happiness and sorrow;
    • of the senses means that our inner life is impoverished through our
    • under all circumstances, in a certain sense alone. We know at the
    • senses and from the sphere of thought, that is, away from the entire
    • for a person when he makes use of the senses and the brain which
    • around us with our senses and think about what we see with our
    • senses and which we reflect upon with the intellect that is connected
    • formerly thy sense-impressions were outspread and art regarding the
    • sense-perceptions will follow in the next lectures.
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    • longer sees the spirit-world, he is a sense body, where Spirits watch
    • our physical life; we make use of our senses; we perceive the world;
    • transcends what the senses can see, what the intellect which is
    • what the content of religion is. In this sense no one can be
    • sees the world by means of his bodily senses and his bodily
    • from outside, as revealed to his senses and to the intellect
    • connected with the brain. When he is in the sense-body, the Spirits
    • bound to the senses. Between birth and death a wisdom rules within us
    • which exists behind the world which we see with our senses and
    • born’, can be made in a much deeper sense, for we are aware
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 3: The Senses and the Luciferic Temptation
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    • originate sense perceptions. True thought does not consist in sense
    • of sense perception. The dead part in us of past evolution is
    • brain or on our senses. Religious conceptions become active forces in
    • The phantom-corpse: - Each act of Perceiving the sense world
    • sense organs and the intellect connected with his brain and nervous
    • confront the physical world and have our sense-organs open, we always
    • organism as they wish to do through sense perception, the result
    • certain sense we should say to ourselves: ‘It will be too great
    • everything that falls upon it, exactly as in the case of sense
    • perception. It is in this way sense that perceptions originate. The
    • a sense perception. Sense perceptions may give rise to thought, but
    • true thought does not consist of sense perceptions, it is a more
    • right harmony existed, we should live in this sense-world as happy
    • confronted the outer sense-world just as we do, but their bodies were
    • sense-perceptions had not only their destructive effect, but they
    • knowledge we must pass beyond the veil of sense-perception.
    • perceive with our senses: a person who accepts religious ideas fills
    • himself with something he cannot perceive with his senses. Ideas
    • we do not use ideas gained through the perception of the senses, or
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  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 4: Wisdom in the Spiritual World
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    • spiritual world. A person may be a fool in the sense-world, but
    • that you say about spirit is nonsense; your wisdom is nothing but
    • it must run a certain course in a fatalistic sense, it can be cured
    • cannot be an investigator in the spiritual world in the same sense as
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 5: Between Death and the 'Cosmic Midnight Hour'
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    • senses, from the outer world. In the spirit-world we become aware by
    • sense I have just explained, that we know: Thy feeling and thy will
    • world, but it sees no one there. That, obviously, is nonsense. In the
    • same way it is nonsense when people say: when we enter into the
    • through our senses, from the outer world. In the spiritual world we
    • become dimmer and darker in a spiritual sense. Thereby thou canst see
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 6: Pleasures and Sufferings in the Life Beyond
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    • mad nonsense the fellow talked!’ Seen with respect to external
    • nonsense the fellow talked!’ — these souls are not yet
    • perceived by the senses, and of what is comprehended by the intellect
    • of sense; otherwise through mere sense-perception and through the
    • sense-perception and a brain-bound intellect, the souls of men will
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    • sense?” Whenever we bring clearly before us what we are, we
    • ought to be. We can never take seriously enough the deep sense
    • sense stands beneath him — not merely formulating all this
    • yesterday — the social demand which in a certain sense lives in
    • the ordinary senses! Why, in order to gain a comprehensive view of
    • consciousness and human soul-development, in the broadest sense, are
    • sense we may call the gods) stand in a different relationship to
    • beings are in a certain sense driven apart, and they have to seek
    • sense, weaves and surges through our time. Is there not something
    • is called for by the innermost spirit and sense of our time. And in
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    • anthroposophists, are able to grasp in a much deeper sense all that
    • wider circles. In a sense we can look on ourselves as a kind of
    • a restricted sense, that which has been known as the
    • what is called, in an earthly sense, spiritual life. Spiritual life
    • in this earthly sense embraces everything which in one way or another
    • fellowship belongs in a sense to the Christ Impulse. That is the
    • those which in this narrow sense are not dependent on our karma. Some
    • what can be called, in a strict sense, political life, the life of
    • sense.
    • organism, in the sense of spiritual science. It is the realm
    • relations we are able to develop interests which in the true sense of
    • character is such that in a certain sense it drives us into regions
    • to spread over the entire face of the earth. In a certain sense that
    • — the Father-God, in the sense of the Gospels.
    • rediscover it, if we are to be Christians in the true sense, able to
    • the sense of the new Christ-language.
    • practical technique, though the expression is used in a narrow sense.
    • idealism arises the resolve to do more than the sense-world
    • sense of responsibility towards everything one thinks and does. This
    • looks over our shoulder, who heightens and refines our sense of
  • Title: Inner Aspect of the Social Question: Lecture III
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    • present to raise the question (no matter in what sense but still to
    • sense-perceptible reality of such a kind that a man of modern outlook
    • call them both real objects in the same sense.
    • of reality in the fullest sense we must take the whole earth into
    • sense-perceptible reality includes objects which cease to be real, in
    • the true sense of the word, if they are separated from their
    • true relationship of the super-sensible to the sense-perceptible
    • establishes a true connection with the sense-world, that can be
    • of our sense-life? In the last lecture I spoke of this from another
    • pre-earthly life and in a certain sense equips mankind for life in
    • the sense-world, and at the same time it should be a kind of remedy
    • as a free life, outside the realm of politics, which in this sense is
    • account, as well as the life of the senses. Both together make up
    • true reality, while the life of senses alone is nothing more than a
    • have said — is the complement of the sense-world and together
    • always said: the reality we perceive here with our senses is only a
    • form which this sense-perceptible reality has assumed in the social
    • is compounded of the sense-perceptible and the super-sensible? We must
    • again allow ourselves to stop at the sense-perceptible: we shall feel
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    • sense. To reach the first of the Natural Sciences, which is
    • so-called Nature there is nothing in the proper sense un-living. The
    • Physics will be such as to enable one to speak in Goethe's sense. Men
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    • is, as beings of sense and nerve, or even beings of soul. This effect
    • in the sense of pure kinematics, that a point (in such a case we
    • liquid it strives upward, — in some sense it withdraws itself
    • For the Will works in the sense of this downward pressure. Only a
    • sense overwhelms the physical, while for the rest of our body the
    • Goethe calls the Ur-phenomenon in the sense I was explaining
    • darkening is deflected in the opposite sense, — opposite to the
    • Above, the dimming effect is deflected in the same sense as the
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    • felt the theory did not make sense. He was no longer minded to send
    • surely the nerve which senses the light. Yet it is insensitive to
    • senses the light we should expect it to do so more intensely at the
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    • in a too trivial meaning. You have to learn to sense the facts, and
    • appearing to the outer senses, was taken note of; then, to explain
    • fall towards them, has been conceived entirely in Newton's sense,
    • each other. Others have said that that is nonsense; according to them
    • Nature. There is indeed no such thing, just as in this sense there is
    • — the details of the sense-world. Now there is one realm of
    • eye too is a sense-organ and through it we perceive the colours; so
    • sense-world is explained by an unknown super-sensible, the vibrating
    • once more to something of the sense-world, yet at the same time to
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    • warmth the whole of me is, so to speak, the sense-organ. For
    • localized sense as of the perception of light. Moreover, precisely
    • ourselves in some way, become the sense-organ. And we dive down
    • sense-organs. They follow what they learn from the psychologists.
    • the Science of the Senses, as though such a thing as
    • sense” or “sense-organ” in general
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    • describe the human ear, and in a purely external sense we may aver:
    • should have the eye as one sense-organ, the ear — another. We
    • — we may even elaborate a general physiology of the senses
    • are equally sense-organs, we shall be no less mistaken in our
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    • may in some sense be described as “physiological
    • no sense-organ for electricity in man.” The light has built
    • for itself in man the eye — a sense-organ with which to see
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    • (albeit, in a certain sense, from the wrong angle). What men
    • world we see and examine with our senses — ever to be taken
    • our senses thus perceive, — we work upon it with our
    • our intellect is thus at work on the phenomena seen by the senses.
    • the ideas derived from sense-perception. They come in fact from the
    • in the last resort. Hence people say: If only we had a sixth sense
    • — a sense for electricity — we should perceive it too,
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions.
    • THE WORLD BEHIND THE TAPESTRY OF SENSE-PERCEPTIONS.
    • senses, and in a certain respect also the world of soul, that we have
    • conditions underlying the world of the senses and the world of soul.
    • presented to his senses. He sees colours and light, hears sounds, is
    • sense-impressions. It is, at first, mere conjecture. The external
    • world of the senses is spread out before us like a tapestry and we
    • sense-perceptions. For who can fail to recognise that when we wake in
    • external sense-perceptions, must be manifestations of an unknown
    • tapestry of sense-perceptions, just as he would break through a
    • the world hidden behind the veil of the sense-perceptions. This world
    • the feeling that external perceptions through the senses are
    • world lying behind sense-perceptions.
    • when this term is used in the original sense. It causes a man
    • momentarily to become oblivious to the impressions of the sense-world,
    • so forth, around him and is insensitive to ordinary sense-impressions.
    • impervious to the impressions conveyed by the senses; he simply falls
    • into a swoon in which, instead of sense-impressions, black darkness
    • of ecstasy. The one is that the actual sense-impressions vanish, also
    • Ego-consciousness and a fading of sense-perception; these two
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  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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    • certain sense he acts like an automaton, impelled by obscure urges of
    • belonging to him. Impressions from outside are made upon his senses,
    • sleep, the whole tapestry of the sense-world lies outspread before
    • senses; together with every perception he feels something.
    • present. All external sense-perceptions work in such a way that they
    • Body that enables the sense-impressions to be received; it
    • influence is given over on waking to the external world of the senses.
    • external sense-world in so far as it arouses certain feelings of
    • the tapestry of the outer world of the senses; this force does not let
    • life not merely to stand gazing at the tapestry of the sense-world but
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 3: The Inner Path Followed by the Mystic. Experience of the Cycle of the Year.
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    • a whole, and the early lectures are in the widest sense intended to
    • of the sense-world.
    • invading his eyes and other senses and to penetrate into his inmost
    • us, to the tapestry presented by the senses — the tapestry of
    • with the outer world of the senses and we cannot look within our own
    • senses.
    • There is in man what is called the sense of Shame, the essence of
    • from the thing or quality of which he is ashamed. This sense of shame
    • deflected, on waking, by the tapestry of the sense-world outspread
    • the inevitable sense of inferiority in face of what a wise World-Order
    • protects him from being consumed by the inner sense of shame; he must
    • word, to the tapestry of sense-phenomena. Normal consciousness becomes
    • outer world of the senses. In that world he perceives an alternation
    • the other senses. What we see during the day are, in reality, the
    • owe the faculty of perceiving the outer sense-world, dazzles us. Thus
    • causes of our sense-perceptions are hidden from us. What lies behind
    • sense-world visible to us, by night takes from us the possibility of
    • seeing it. At night the whole of the sense-world is invisible.
    • has these feelings in normal life-in a weak form, like the sense of
    • sense-world had so to speak died away. The pupils of the Mysteries had
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  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 4: Faculties of the Human Soul and Their Development
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    • live on unthinkingly, recognising only the outer world of the senses,
    • attention from everything outside him in the world of the senses and
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
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    • happen to certain individuals. They wake up with a certain sense of
    • oppression. This sense of oppression is due to the fact that the inner
    • sense he actually inculcates them into his ancestors. He continues to
    • a teacher, we also emerge from ourselves in a certain sense. The path
    • Eckhart had no leader or teacher in that sense of the word;
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    • ecstasy in the usual sense, but — because extraneous Ego-force
    • environment, all sense-perceptions and impressions, are an emanation,
    • of everything existing in the outer world of the senses.
    • physical senses, but intelligible to the higher senses, to the faculty
    • impressions hitherto unknown to him in the world of the senses.
    • qualities, his desires and passions, his sense of truth or the reverse
    • in the negative sense for the sustenance with which he supplies them
    • sense we must think of twelve spiritual Beings.
    • our physical world of sense.
    • man belongs to the world we perceive with our senses. With ordinary
    • only what the senses perceive; we do not see those super-sensible
    • side only. If you take in the right sense the saying that “the
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 7: The Four Spheres of the Higher Worlds
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    • more trivial sense for something that has significance in the world of
    • the senses only. Hence the old expression “Reason” used for
    • of judgment, that what Spiritual Science states is not nonsense. It is
    • The spiritual investigator must not be in any sense a dreamer, a
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 8: Mirror-images of the Macrocosm in Man. Rosicrucian Symbols.
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    • with sense-perceptions, such as impressions of colour and light? For
    • example, suppose the first sense-impression we have on waking is a
    • with the exception of what we actually see. Sense-perception
    • held back by the eye, and also by the other senses; what does not
    • sense-impressions. Thus it is what we do not let through that
    • Elementary World there are forces which have formed our sense of sight
    • and also our other senses. As sense-beings we are formed out of the
    • Elementary World is the world which builds up our senses.
    • Elementary World in our sense-organs and in becoming aware of the
    • activity and functioning of our senses we become aware of the
    • senses: light, sounds, and so forth. What does man know of the World
    • It is only possible for us to have physical sense-organs — eyes,
    • in the true sense he wishes to develop to a higher stage. He must do
    • blood. But the rest of the plant cannot be an emblem in this sense for
    • Spirit, his sense-organs out of the Elementary World. He himself
    • two-petalled lotus-flower; it is a spiritual sense-organ. Just as a
    • physical sense-organ exists in order to bring to our consciousness the
    • world around us, so do the spiritual sense-organs exist in order to
    • another near the heart, and so on. These spiritual sense-organs —
    • — these spiritual sense-organs can be cultivated by the patient
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  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 9: Organs of Spiritual Perception. Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points. The Thinking of the Heart.
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    • establish in the soul a certain sense of responsibility towards truth
    • knowledge and upon perceptions made either directly through the senses
    • or through enhancements of sense-perceptions by means of instruments
    • former ‘ I ’ must be able in the true sense to
    • research in the spiritual world is linked in a far higher sense and to
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 10: Transformation of Soul-forces and Stages in the Evolution of Physical Organs. Reading in the Akasha Chronicle.
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    • said to exist in the real sense at the present time, for no matter
    • beside one another (in the spatial sense), and he must as it
    • cannot say in the same sense that in our physical heart we have an
    • thinking in the modern sense. But with that logic of the heart a kind
    • Intellectual questioning therefore loses all sense when applied to
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 11: Man and Planetary Evolution
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    • Men have a natural sense of truth in regard to what it will be
    • That there are souls today possessed of this sense for spiritual
    • only feel through their natural sense of truth what later on they will
    • he knows that the same sense of truth which lies in his own heart is
    • appeals to the sense of truth in the hearts of men, and leaves it to
    • becomes an active force. — In this sense certain supplementary
    • take place something that in a certain sense happens every morning
    • is not in the same sense bound up with the Ego. What the larynx can do
    • Macrocosm but in a certain sense we also give them back, although we
    • sense of responsibility. For it was the divine-spiritual Beings
    • into a higher sphere and this demands the very greatest sense of
    • in a certain sense recognise each other and feel akin. Where else in
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • the transitory sense world; science cannot approach the
    • to the outer sense world. —
    • People then believe that a departure from the sense
    • outer sense world. We can impose a certain resignation, a
    • learned and experienced in the sense world.
    • experienced in the sense world, but they try to penetrate
    • beyond these limits, even if only in a negative sense, by using
    • the kind of concepts and ideas acquired in studying the sense
    • his study of the sense world; in other words, taking upon
    • sense world. Those also have not understood the experience of
    • decide that nothing exists beyond the sense world on the basis
    • the senses.
    • concepts acquired through living in the sense-world, where we
    • further with what we have learned in the sense-world. For if
    • from the sense world becomes a virtue and permeates the entire
    • in his sense perception and in the ideas and images derived
    • led by the sense world. He allows one thought to follow another
    • because he first experiences one event in the sense world, then
    • an objective and genuine sense can be called meditating, an
    • outer sense-nature is inner physical nature, so spiritual
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    • of the physical sense world.
    • consciousness with the same kind of sense perception
    • of the senses. People have gradually become convinced that it
    • the physical sense world), his approach and outlook are
    • in hypotheses from what is perceptible in the sense world. And
    • human being, so that he can tread the path from the sense world
    • the sense world. The science of spirit, therefore, does not
    • describe a hypothetical path from the sense world into
    • to underlie the sense world, if it is unconscious? For then the
    • held by many people today in the same sense as he held it, even
    • sorts of amateurish and other nonsense, but the way I use it
    • world in the same way that we approach the physical sense world
    • with our physical eyes and ears and the other sense organs,
    • grasp its connection with the physical sense world.
    • put together out of the physical sense world and then
    • the transitory physical sense
    • gained the idea through sense perception in the first
    • sense world, then he would naturally become suspicious of the
    • perceive in our thoughts of the sense world appears quite
    • ideas and images we form through contact with the sense world
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    • sense phenomena and the ordering of them by the intellect. Or
    • fact, which lies behind our sense world. And although we
    • technical sense, concentration on certain spheres of
    • which is lying in bed and to revive it in a spirit-soul sense.
    • experience is not what appears to the senses in the outer
    • Activity, that in a higher sense the
    • free human beings in the sense that they do what should be done
    • anthroposophical sense. If they are artists they do not employ
    • create? First of all, they looked with their senses at the
    • same sense of reality which artists worked with earlier where
    • won in this way down into the physical sense world. This has
  • Title: Lecture: Occult Science and Occult Development
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    • that man is able to perceive by means of his senses, whereas — as in
    • the senses and through the intellect that is bound to the brain. Thus
    • acquired by means of the senses, which needs the organ of the
    • Spiritual Science. The knowledge that belongs only to the sense-world
    • senses, to technical things, to the commercial and industrial life of
    • those made by thoughts based upon the senses, which are only
    • Anthroposophy will suffer in his following incarnations in the sense
    • certain sense it is possible for every human being to unfold
    • impressions made on the senses, or through the intellect that is
    • the impressions conveyed through the senses.
    • cannot originate from sense-impressions because according to the
    • external senses it is not so.
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    • what may in a certain sense be called the renewal of the Mystery of
    • senses into the super-sensible worlds, at that moment the possibility
    • by the moon. In the same sense Christ and Jehovah are one and the
    • they have become in a certain sense also the leaders of mankind as a
    • more laws will be discovered through the use of the senses, but the
    • spiritual sense will be equally important — indeed more
    • certain sense it may therefore be said that from the twentieth
    • sphere into being in the sense of the Manichean principle for the purpose
    • senses for knowledge, to us may be wisdom, light, and clearer
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    • This is in a sense the birth of a super-sensible spiritual element
    • in a practical sense, they wanted to discover the depths and
    • rise from sense perception to spirit perception. In addition to his
    • sense a state of renouncing itself at the instant when it thinks to
    • human knowledge. Man must become ignorant in the innermost sense in
    • coming increasingly into view. This was the realm of the sense world,
    • the outer sense world. In 1440 the Docta Ignorantia appeared
    • it can force the sense world into mathematical formulas that are
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    • of the fifth century B.C. as an atomist in the modern sense, because he
    • broadest sense possible. The third is mathematical. Considering the
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    • Try to sense the tremendous difference between this mathematical
    • meaning the physical one — into the nerve-sense system, the
    • interpenetrate each other. The nerve-sense system is called the
    • the nerve-sense system. One would not achieve a relationship to such
    • keeps himself out of it. Earlier, man sensed a blood experience with
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    • a sort of brain or sense organ of God. Newton had torn nature asunder into
    • for sense perceptions do not really exist. Reality is spiritual
    • myself as spirit. Thus Berkeley is a spiritualist in the sense in
    • seriously when we think in the accepted scientific sense today?
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    • same with the other things that present themselves to my senses. The
    • content of the sense world exists in truth somehow inside us. The
    • sense. He expounds his philosophy in a mathematical style, joining
    • Today with our current concepts, it would be sheer nonsense to apply
    • sense data. In a different period the findings point more toward the
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    • his sense of warmth to it, the world was silent. It had primary
    • waking state, but still remains inwardly independent. If one senses
    • him, because in all of it he sensed that man was left out of
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    • by means of opposite effects (“opposite” in the sense
    • Galileo is in a sense the discoverer of the laws governing falling objects.
    • Copernicus produced a new cosmic system in a physical sense. This was
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    • super-sensible on one side and on the other side the sense
    • our sense world and sought for it in water. Heraclitus looked for it
    • element. He sensed that the basis of the external process in nature
    • place simultaneously in him and the world, and when he still sensed
    • their own. They never dreamed that the heart is only a sense organ
    • the old sense, are needed for this purpose even if pneumatology is
    • understandable from the historical standpoint. It makes good sense
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    • discussed to that in a certain sense the picture will be rounded
    • alive. In a certain sense, they can be more dead than a corpse,
    • not in a superstitious, prophetic sense but by beginning now to do
    • mean it in such a radical sense in this case — you say: These
    • statement that when one speaks about matter in the sense of a modern
    • utilizes spirit in the sense of the abstract, spirit-devoid thoughts.
    • the proper sense. In regard to the spiritual element, it is important
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture I
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    • organ or the sense organ through which we perceive it is our entire
    • find everywhere in physiologies a “sense physiology.” Just
    • the eye, or even for the sense of feeling or for the sense of heat. It
    • is an absurdity to speak of a sense physiology and to say that a sense
    • itself and likewise of our entire organism as heat sense organ, etc.
    • from a general consideration of the senses. But you find everywhere
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    • Christianity. This in a certain sense, hindered the process of
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    • thinking about it is not enough to satisfy your senses, you draw it,
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    • heat condition. Speaking in a certain sense I might say that if I had
    • perceive the usual sense qualities. We have the eye for color, the ear
    • used to represent our ideas are residues of our sense impressions.
    • into our higher sense impressions.) Through the intimate connection
    • between our consciousness and our sense impressions, this
    • act contains ideas, it is a residue of sense impressions. You place
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    • your senses and with instruments. Yesterday, also, we called attention
    • sense qualities such as light and tone. But we saw that magnetism and
    • electricity were not really sense impressions, at least not immediate
    • sense impressions, because as ordinary physics says, there is no sense
    • immediate sense perception of electricity and magnetism as we have for
    • kind of distillation of the higher sense impressions. Wherever you
    • sense impressions. I illustrated this yesterday in the case of the
    • rules, a region as completely unknown to us in the inner sense, as
    • electricity and magnetism are in the outer sense. Yesterday I
    • outer sense phenomena and what he experiences within. In these modern
    • senses, in an external fashion, things related to mass, we can at
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    • with the difference between the two levels. (The sense in which this
    • phenomena of sound in connection with the sense of hearing. But we
    • said: this paper in a certain sense brings to a conclusion the kind of
    • circumscribed forms are in a relative sense pictures of what is really
    • you really go in one direction in the sense indicated in our diagrams.
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    • at this point. In Goethe's sense you know that the spectrum considered
    • lives in man in a negative sense. If we say “there in the outside
    • sense, in my thinking.” How is matter characterized by me as a
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    • sense. It is motion, but intensified motion. Wherever heat is
    • have developed, and through which in a real sense I have tried to
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    • air outside of us. This must be looked upon as nonsense.
    • world in the sense I have presented to you.
    • sense.
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    • the fullest sense, falls in with the present-day view of natural
    • the world of the senses directs his science to outward things, to
    • that of the senses ends. Above all, the research student of
    • Science on the one he applied to the world of the senses.
    • realm which opens up Spiritual Science in the modern sense. It happens
    • the senses and in experiment. To what do the ideas of Philosophy
    • conducted by means of the senses, and what Reason thinks
    • concerning the observations made by the senses is a putting-together
    • of the content derived through the senses. This thought has no content
    • human organism which cannot be appreciated by the senses. This is the
    • senses, from the sense world. The ancient philosophers developed their
    • etheric body remains unintelligible, and in a still higher sense that
    • world remains hidden to observation according to the senses. Knowledge
    • use of his senses man must feel himself separated from the divine
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    • sense of consciousness as we find in scientific thought.
    • senses. We succeed in seeing, in the powers of the spiritual Cosmos,
    • lives in a spiritual Cosmos, just as by his senses he lives in a
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    • fact taken from the world of the senses. We can take as an idea
    • through the senses it is filled with physical. And this is the
    • senses a reproduction of what we have spiritually experienced. The
    • intelligible for the first time, for not only all that his senses take
    • creatively in the affairs of the sense-world. Everything which is thus
    • the man with religious cognition in a modern sense resembles primitive
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    • Into this in a higher sense empty consciousness there then enters
    • certain sense as a more recent part of the soul. That which is
    • certain sense through exercises for this inspiration. We are not, it
    • senses, which, however, to the unprejudiced eye, no longer embraced
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    • is included. He has left the sphere of the senses, and has not yet
    • the sphere of the senses, it craves for a state out of the spiritual
    • of the Twin Stars. As the bodily organs are sensed in waking, so a
    • the senses as the events of birth and death is therefore not only the
    • philosophical ideas in the first occurrence in which sense-phenomena
    • soul begins to return to the world of the senses. In the impulse
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    • which in one sense is opposed to what we usually term cell. By
    • As during his existence on earth he perceives through his senses a
    • the senses. Indeed intuitive knowledge may well say that man,
    • his own power. The state of sleep is in a sense a reconstruction of
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VII: The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
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    • the physical senses. Now it depends on the understanding which man can
    • experience as to become manifest in the physical world of the senses,
    • the senses, but revealing something really spiritual, just as the
    • sense-observation reveals something of the actually physical.
    • other hand he had not that sense of self which present-day man has. He
    • sense-life on earth told him.
    • should turn his attention to the outer world of the senses in which
    • consciousness. The sense of Christ was gradually lost; and so
    • only with the man Jesus, and which lacks a living sense of the Christ.
    • the sense of his own life-experience concerning the problem of death.
    • consciousness which could develop the complete Ego-sense, but nothing
    • sense-world in which the ego-consciousness develops, to the spirit,
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    • IN the state of sleep, sense-experience ceases for the ordinary
    • then seen as if it was something present. As in sense-perception the
    • senses are led to the things which are side by side in space, so the
    • it in a far higher degree than sense-experiences. For he can compare
    • of his senses in the ordinary way.
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    • within the physical sense-world. These higher parts of the human
    • physical organisms. Through thinking the sense-perceptions are
    • assume that man has created something within the world of the senses.
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    • three bodies does his own task begin in the real sense. Whether the
    • sleep he may be without senses. There are blind people and also people
    • in whom other senses are lacking. No world is present for one who is
    • unable to use his senses. Hence, in the morning, when a man can again
    • make use of his physical senses, he becomes aware of the world around
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    • organ during the Old Moon embodiment. It was a kind of sense organ that
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    • to be understood in the physical sense but as meaning in respect of
    • physical sense; it relates only to strength and quality. These forces
    • to descend to the earth in the real sense. Thus, at the end of Atlantis
    • the man of ancient India maintained that the world of the senses is
    • from man. What thus lies behind the world of sense must be disclosed
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    • the life of my body, the etheric existence of my senses, the expression
    • in an adverse sense or as a pointer to Judas who betrayed Christ. Rather,
    • Golgotha first becomes radiant and clear in the fullest sense.
    • disciple,” is to be understood in the sense that love based on
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    • sleep at night has no astral sense organs. Hence, it is impossible for
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    • particularly limited when we observe life in a deeper sense,
    • and to be drawn away from the longing for the things of the senses,
    • Spirit to spring forth; the extinction of sense reality, that man may
    • world of matter, the world of sense-existence, this is the Land on
    • the Land of the sense-world; — and between the Land of
    • spiritual existence and the sense-world there flows the River, the
    • again of water.” And we can see in what sense he understood it
    • senses. Our senses know neither good nor evil, they cannot err.
    • the Spiritual and the world of senses, is the River over which the
    • ourselves placed in the world of sense, — on the hither side;
    • things of sense, as the forces of knowledge and reason. But this
    • desire-forces of his nature, so that he purifies the sense-nature
    • when the outer sense-nature is so ennobled that it seeks for the good
    • with the fruits of the Earth so that our sense-nature itself is taken
    • the Spirit can pass across from the shore of the sense-life to the
    • human sense for usefulness in material civilization, which is to pay
    • of the wife of the old man with the Lamp. As long as the sense-nature
    • One who has died to the lower to be born again in a higher sense, can
    • unconsciously serve wisdom in an external sense, will be led to the
    • from the world of sense to the world of the Spiritual.
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    • which belongs to the world of sense?” In a wonderfully
    • the bridge leading from the world of sense to the super-sensible
    • expressed himself in an absolutely Anthroposophical sense. In his
    • senses. The passage is as follows:
    • when we take it in this sense. In the poem “The Divine”,
    • kingdom of the senses — as the one shore; the kingdom of the
    • spirit to that of sense. The Ferryman can bring anyone across, but he
    • already passed in and out of this, and had sensed that mysterious
    • the Serpent, he could only find them by the sense of touch; but they
    • pass from the world of sense to the super-sensible world and vice
    • in order in the fullest sense of the word “to be”; that
    • What formerly were the sense-principles (which can only lead into the
    • the things of sense, to nature-conditions, now points to the even and
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    • I said, and we shall see presently in what sense it is meant, that the
    • in the human sense did not exist before the division of the sexes that
    • the true sense of the word, he represented the destiny of his people.
    • on today should be understood in the sense in which Christ has spoken,
    • attained peace. In this sense, Christmas is a festival of peace,
    • about, it will be celebrated in the right sense. In the tolling of the
    • your heart, your senses and your mind. Then they are celebrated
    • spiritual science. Spiritual science is practical in the best sense
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    • sense when the sun celebrated its great victory over darkness. Up to
    • would be nonsense to decide by majority vote that two times two equals
    • the fact that we do not interpret nature in the materialistic sense.
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    • life through a deepened spiritual world view. In a spiritual sense the
    • within it in the highest sense. Man felt that within Christianity the
  • Title: Lecture 1: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • for the fact that behind our sense world, behind the world which we as
    • can perceive with our senses, see with our eyes, hear with our ears,
    • sense impressions. The spiritual is in a sense always hidden from
    • beings, which are not revealed to the external senses, to the external
    • of all that lies behind our sense-world, then, in accordance with the
    • sense-world, as soon as we raise the very first veil which our sense
    • — whether we recognize it in the physical sense as something real
    • In like manner we might let the most varied sense perceptions work
    • through our senses disappear, as it were, so that this sense-veil is
    • constitutes the physical-sense-perceptible. I have already said that
    • which we first of all find behind the physical-sense world. A second
    • works on our senses because we are underground, if we allow all this
    • folk-legends have made use of all that, in a sense, is actually in
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    • vision when the veil of the sense-world has been drawn aside.
    • through the sense impressions but morally. If we wish, however, to
    • through any action of his — then his memory in an occult sense
    • itself that, just as during the waking hours in the sense-world, we
    • the great sense-apparatus of the earth, through which the earth-planet
    • veil we have the sense-world, with all its multiplicity, with all we
    • see spread out before our senses and which we can understand with our
    • human mind. Then, behind this sense-world, we have the world of
    • take it that the most external veil is this world of the senses,
    • certain respect penetrates through to the sense-world; so that in a
    • certain way we can perceive its image in the sense-world; this also
    • nature-spirits. So that if we observe the sense-world itself with
    • drew aside the sense-world as the outermost skin, and behind this we
    • consciousness realizes the sense-world by means of its perceptions;
    • the imprints of the nature-spirits working behind the world of sense.
    • the external sense-world. Science to-day does not do this. Those who
    • the world perceptible to our senses, we should be able to interpret
    • sense-world. That would be the external Maya. In the first place the
    • sense-world itself is an external Maya, for it is what the etheric
    • for the planet, with man, we may say: “The sense-world
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    • all other beings which also use their senses. As man we have a common
    • his troubles and cares, his hopes and ideals; in a sense these form a
    • world appears before his senses. He surrenders himself, so to speak,
    • in the same way as man does with his senses; they perceive it (though
    • his own nature. Thus in a certain sense for these beings of a higher
    • consciousness arises for them — in a certain sense they sleep.
    • manifest themselves externally, and in a certain sense they lose it
    • development must have, is the striving, in a certain sense, to subdue
    • occultly, be rooted out of his heart; he must, in a certain sense, be
    • distributed over our planet, we are, in a certain sense, placed under
    • environment we can never, therefore, in the highest sense, experience
    • look away from all that our senses can see externally, all that our
    • a sense color our inner world; but we also experience something quite
    • special, in a sense, our differentiated inner world; it bears a
    • active through our senses, to a distant place, and there meet with a
    • because he can take pleasure, in a certain sense, in the things which
    • themselves in the highest sense, through the inner being. If a man
    • sense-world there is much that can only be decided by freewill; but
    • to the external sense-world. Such thoughts may at first be nothing but
    • true presentation as regards the external physical sense-world. Now
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    • beings called, in the sense of western esotericism, Angels, Angeloi.
    • the other condition of consciousness which he can, in a sense, produce
    • a certain sense, “I am here; and that being which I see is
    • it with our senses or grasping it with our reason. It is not possible
    • sense-world if we know the path by which clairvoyant consciousness
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    • by means of which they have, in a certain sense become quite
    • to human eyes and senses is his physical body. Thus we look upon the
    • of them as separate unities. In a certain sense the physical body of
    • pertaining to the sense-world of what exists even above the
    • individual life of man in the external sense-world. Naturally, we
    • beings, if we are to regard them as in any sense analogous, we have
    • being of a planet in the sense of spiritual science, we must say:
    • fixed star, which is in a sense the Commander-in-Chief under the
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    • sense we call Saturn. Thus the outermost line in the formation of
    • place? In the ordinary sense of the word we cannot so do; we can only
    • you will ask about our Earth. In the sense of what has been expounded,
    • where, in the sense of Maya-perception you believe yourselves to be
    • sense matter only exists when spiritual forms are broken up. Thus the
    • arises a pretty little planetary system. Quite in the sense of the
    • senses is indeed, considered in its reality, something quite
    • this teaching which, having originated in Asia Minor, is in a sense,
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    • — the actual external form of the stars visible to the senses
    • conceivable that an evolution in a spiritual sense might take place
    • physical body of man in the occult sense, not in the sense of mere
    • which would have no sense at all if only compared as though they were
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    • a view of the spiritual super-sensible world, he must, in a sense,
    • with what he has become. In this way we can in a certain sense
    • understand in the right sense the spiritual beings who participate in
    • separated, but when the whole planetary system was, in a sense, Sun,
    • body of the animal in our ordinary sense-world, as we do that of man.
    • say; “A great deal of nonsense has been talked.” just as
    • which appears nearest to the sense-world as soon as one draws aside
    • plane, beyond what can be perceived by the senses there still exists
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    • can, in a certain sense, describe the group-egos as offspring of the
    • differentiate the human race, which was actually, in a certain sense,
    • sense that we have to seek for the normal Spirits of Motion as working
    • whole planetary system. This unitary spirit must, in the sense of the
    • Christ. In the solar system we cannot, in the ordinary sense, speak of
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    • arrive at the following result. In the sense of occultism we must, in
    • physical plane which is perceptible to the external senses. We must be
    • and further that the offspring of the Spirits of Form — in the sense in
    • tin as main substance; from Mars, iron; and in the occult sense, from
    • that he was later confused with Venus. The life-activity (in the sense
    • In the whole sense of our past considerations it will be clear, that
    • sun. In a certain sense this mineral is therefore somewhat different
    • other forces which in a certain sense paralyzed them and arrested
    • and in a certain sense, balanced its effects. Thus while certain
    • Spirits of Wisdom who separated the moon, and who now, in a sense,
    • to our senses, and to find an external expression for it, we can
    • themselves in a sense in certain phenomena which we find as minerals
    • sense as the other planets as belonging to our system from Saturn
    • such. She preferred him, in a certain sense to the Moon-god, because
    • varied directions. In a higher moral sense we attain a sense of
    • the origin of these bearers outside in cosmic space. In this sense
    • In this sense I should like now, at the end of our course of lectures,
    • them in the true occult sense, what has been learnt will so stream
    • the highest sense, we can designate as harmony, as peace. Then will
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    • vital nerve, the real sense, of them in the idiom of our language. If
    • one translates according to the sense of the text without referring to
    • whole thing had in its own time that is important — if the sense is
    • correct sense only by means of spiritual science. Everything connected
    • healthy and, in the widest sense, healing precepts for body, soul and
    • sense would it have made to give them the Ten Commandments? It made
    • sense to give the Jewish people these laws so that the ego impulse
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    • solely upon what was accessible to his senses, and also upon his
    • upon his outer senses and intellect, but then he still retained a
    • ecstasy. His sense of ego was submerged, but the spiritual world with
    • world of the senses. If this process had continued unabated, all
    • could be called blessed. Such a man was a seer in the old sense and he
    • Thus, we are shown how in the most intimate sense the heart is the
    • penetration of the divine spiritual world into the physical sense
    • world spread out, as it were, like a carpet before his senses. In
    • nature. Abraham realized that behind the phenomena of the sense world
    • senses and appealed to his innermost being. In the third thousand
    • of Abraham, in the sense that men are being led away from the world
    • perceptible to our physical senses. The spirit of Abraham will
    • of the senses, we shall now grow beyond the sense world and into the
    • himself surrounded by a physical sense world, but also, according to
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    • not meant in a bad sense, but in such a way that each of you would
    • for the first time by anthroposophy. It can be sensed by every man of
    • sound feeling, for every man can sense that there is something in him
    • comprehensive sense all this contains the forces which are found in
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    • with the laws of the evolution which is progressive in a divine sense.
    • the super-sensible worlds. Out of the sense-world no right relation to
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    • sense a human being always observes a child. But the full significance
    • completely bound up with the sense-nerve system as is thinking.
    • moral sense determines whether he comes worthily near to the Archai.
    • In the same sense it is to be observed that those persons fall victims
    • Higher Beings. This gives us the right sense of responsibility in a
    • there comes about in man a right sense of responsibility in relation
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    • become entirely abstract. Indeed, it can be said in a certain sense
    • scientific in the modern sense, lost the Christ; that theology was
    • nothing was known any longer in the ancient sense of the Event of
    • the Event of Golgotha. The Christ had, in a sense, bestowed Himself
    • consciousness of freedom. This had in a certain sense been developed.
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    • weak-willed in the sense that
    • “standpoints” had lost the sense of their own weight,
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    • movement in the wider sense and those young people who are
    • as part of history, but history in a new, not old sense.
    • Nothingness. People began to sense: The earth has in fact become new.
    • sense. But in its innermost essence the soul has not lost this
    • superficially but in a deeper sense, it is clear that for the first
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    • in addition to what is seen by the mere senses, in the way modern men
    • their heads — not only when someone is talking nonsense but
    • the spatial sense, but its greatness could be experienced. His soul
    • this in a polemic sense but to make it clear to you.
    • shape into a force that educates humanity what we sense darkly within
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    • the faculty of perception of the divine-spiritual in the old sense
    • figurative or symbolic sense, but in an absolutely real sense.
    • this sense we must return to childhood and learn a new language. The
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    • education in the sense of ordinary school pedagogy but because we are
    • slightest movement points in the widest sense to cosmic mysteries. —
    • widest sense. Man himself, moving as a living being through the world
    • developing in the direction of individualism, there is no sense in
    • absolutely real sense, individual, unique confidence, is hardest to
    • world of soul and spirit, what may be called in the modern sense of
    • sense into what is religious. For pedagogy, my dear friends, is not
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    • of this earth in the sense that when man only lets soul and body
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    • drawing them down into the world of the senses from a super-sensible
    • just as a color or tone is revealed to the senses. It was a struggle
    • the external sense world.
    • this. For although the sense for the individual past earth-life had
    • objective — in its usual sense; actually what is striven for by
    • for more intimate perception it is again there in the sense that one
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    • time may today arouse a sense of antipathy because of its division
    • young feel what he was capable of in the very highest sense, as a
    • as education is considered in the wider sense this question arises of
    • teacher has not the right sense of responsibility towards the human
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    • during the epoch of the consciousness soul which in the sense of
    • no more support in external sense-perception because then the inner
    • inner activity, the appeal to what can be active when all the senses
    • such nonsense. On the other hand there are people who either hear or
    • deeper sense than the external knowledge of Nature, but it is at the
    • were not able to express it. Try to sense that by feeling this, you
    • were feeling about it in the right way. And if you sense this you
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    • its stomach. The infant is all sense-organ. There is nothing in him
    • that is not sense-organ. The infant tastes with his whole being.
    • individuality in the sense described has no external limits, only
    • instinctive artistic sense he will offer less hindrance to the growth
    • modern culture does nothing to develop a sense for this. But this
    • we meet anyone, do we feel in any sense what this human being can
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    • the senses. This was by no means the case. They had a much fuller
    • the world we call that of the senses, but in the material processes
    • itself to their senses was at the same time spiritual. Naturally,
    • in the sense-world, they actually perceived the Spiritual. They saw
    • ancient times men were able to experience the sense-world as having
    • oldest Mysteries the pupils were principally taught that the sense
    • same time more intense. In a certain sense human beings looked
    • culture, mummification would have made no sense; it would have been a
    • though slowly, today. I shall not speak in the usual sense of our age
    • in the sense of modern evolution we must increasingly experience
    • certain sense men are afraid of it. If we had a cultural psychology
    • who come from Vienna will sense that in the last century this was
    • must be a striving that says, not in an egoistical sense as often
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    • from outside today, from external Nature observed by the senses. And
    • man can again become man in a real sense. Today we dare not; for so
    • — no library in our own sense. Something existed akin to our
    • not merely experience what can be perceived by the senses but
    • it is in the true sense “of this world!” For the task of
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    • solve the riddles posed by the physical world. But we must sense the
    • sense.
    • the human, and although they are invisible to physical human senses,
    • that when the human being senses the Spirits of Form's creative
    • influence upon him, he does not sense this directly through the
    • with our blood-circulation, speaking in the sense of external
    • head and all that is sense activity. If we focus our attention upon
    • sense of the triad; that it cannot be understood if it is considered
    • beings, we must say: we can feel and sense them in the right way only
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    • for sense perception or for thinking, we have to look far back into
    • sense perception and thinking, it would be continually dying. Its
    • we think, if we perceive with our senses, there takes place in our
    • head, in our nervous system and its connection with the sense organs,
    • are constantly cancelled, do thinking and sense perception take place
    • sense perception by means of the brain processes does not know at all
    • not the case. The processes that run parallel to sense perception and
    • human being thinks, he perceives with his senses; but he knows nothing
    • in what today is called, in a mere word-sense, the soul element,
    • namely sense perception and thinking. If a soul undergoes the
    • thinking, to sense perception, and simultaneously perceive what
    • when he perceives with his senses; on the contrary, he has to
    • senses. Materialism must suppose just the opposite of the truth.
    • through. We are awake only in regard to our thinking and sense
    • head, through sense perception and thinking, but only to the path that
    • that their God had spoken to them not through direct sense
    • through sense perception and through human intelligent thinking, and
    • powers which cannot be perceived in the external sense world, which
    • their gaze, on the one hand, toward sense knowledge which was their
    • was greater than that of the sense world.
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    • human sense perception, to human intelligence, of all that in turn
    • flows over into social life through human sense perception, as an
    • sense-beings, intelligent beings, in short, that we possess all that
    • include sense perceptions. This Luciferic power is intimately
    • means to think in the sense of Michael, to have Michaelic thoughts.
    • sense of Michael, to think Michaelically. You see, my dear
    • are invisible to physical senses. A certain number of shapes are
    • perfect beings, and so on and on, ad infinitum. This is nonsense.
    • Christ-Impulse in the true sense of the word. But we must go to meet
    • access. It was not to have access to it through the senses. In order
    • to recognize the super-sensible in the immediate sense world, that is,
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    • of Aeschylos. It can be sensed in Plato's philosophy. But the
    • the way their brains are constructed today in an external sense. The
    • their own self will sense this faculty — which will be theirs
    • look back; it then will sense this faculty only as a deficiency.
    • in us which will cause us to say: you sense clearly how the world
    • senses a discrepancy between his thinking, the effects of which he
    • the present life for the next one. And since man will sense this
    • another content of reality, to a world different from the sense world
    • We are in a sense justified in saying that in regard to the truths
    • of its various members will bring it about that we ourselves sense our
    • The second point, to be sure, is something different. Man may sense
    • the Divine but may have no possibility to sense the Christ. In this
    • even though they cannot find the transition from the God they sense to
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    • effect in historical processes in an external sense does not take into
    • sense, we are unable to cope with the problem of the necessity of
    • very easy in regard to human freedom, in regard to the sense of human
    • truth at a time when many people do not at all love the sense for
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    • scarcely be compared with that which characterizes our sense
    • have understood a word of it. An order of nature in our sense did not
    • At that time, man's process of breathing was sensed in this way.
    • enters me and again leaves me. Thus the same divine element was sensed
    • will have to draw it this way: on the one hand he senses the external
    • process takes place in all our sense perceptions. Just think, my dear
    • of your senses — you have the after-image of the flame which
    • in and out with the air. And we must learn to realize the sense
    • merely sense perceptions, but also the spiritual element. It must
    • sense processes will become ensouled again, we shall have
    • grasping, in a sensitive way, the peculiar nature of the sense process
    • how the activity of the senses delicately mingles with the passivity,
    • makes it possible for us to sense the unfolding of our will in the
    • unity precisely in sense perception. If we no longer look at nature
    • soul element together with sense perception, then we shall have the
    • sense, that pre-existence lies at the basis of our soul existence. We
    • general representative of sense perception We must thoroughly do away
    • begin to recognize that that which today is sensed as a merely
    • ancient Mystery culture, transformed in the Christian sense. And
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    • of the present age in the most comprehensive sense. Today I shall
    • death: the change between sleeping and waking. In a general sense, we
    • and our thinking. By perceiving the external world through our senses,
    • which we designate as the physical-sense world; through feeling and
    • reversed, in a certain sense. We begin then to be awake in regard to
    • from a sense of duty, are little suited to pass over to the dead at
    • reasonable sense, without attaching to it any secondary meaning. We
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    • If we live, in the sense of our spiritual science, with the forces
    • if we understand the expression in a qualified sense — the
    • preceded it we may leave to those who do not have the sense for
    • being dies in his youth, he has, in a spiritual sense, not actually
    • can choose; people can either come to their senses and guide the
    • the sense of modern psychiatric judgment, he arrives at the following
    • Michael is the spirit who works, in the most eminent sense, with the
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    • city in any broad sense at present without giving some
    • patients, in a good or evil sense, make the doctor into a god
    • persuade one another of all sorts of demoniacal nonsense, etc.
    • certain sense they are right to look down upon this dreadful
    • it without nations doing it too? It is nonsense, is it not, to
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    • senses, but also with the whole physical world, and with all
    • midst of all his other nonsense, that I said we are living in
    • for he devotes a sentence to it that is utter nonsense. And he read
    • sense our present so-called scientific literature.
    • not realized how far from genuine research and from a sense for
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    • instruments, his organs of sense, his nervous system? In what
    • that our inner corporeality, our sense organs or brain, bring
    • materialistic theory in this field is simply nonsense; it is
    • or the sense organs produce the content of your soul-life. Both
    • in the ordinary sense, but an acceptance of information
    • us. One may in a certain sense have reached a definite degree
    • facts which next confront him. The higher sense organs, if we
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    • through our senses, and procure thereby in every possible
    • sense-impression a picture of this world, remaining in
    • including the senses and the nervous system. If we add two more
    • to these parallel lines we may indicate the physical sense
    • this consciousness — the sense organs chiefly, but also
    • — an occurrence, let us say, of the sense world, but in
    • this case in a sphere invisible to the physical senses, or an
    • physical eyes, and receives a sense impression. Let us
    • sense impressions being admitted — what the eye
    • and the world. Impressions of an objective sense-world,
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    • system of the nerves and senses, which naturally is spread over
    • strengthened, through which we look out with our senses at our
    • behind sense perception, behind its qualities, behind yellow
    • world. Behind the phenomena of the senses there is a spiritual
    • surface of the organs. In a certain sense everything
    • temperamental tendencies in the broadest sense, but by a detour
    • tendencies in the broadest sense which, by a detour through the
    • sense, the fact remains that what is thus prepared within the
    • place to another. There is sense in it and, although it is
    • carpet of the sense impressions, we attain to the spiritual. We
    • sense within mankind itself the cause of a future world
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    • perception of the senses. But if, on the one hand, today, the power of
    • Now we, in our present age, are living in the most eminent sense, in a
    • most eminent sense for the post-Atlantean age. We do not speak of an
    • period of civilisation, etc. And it would be utterly devoid of sense
    • of this occurring in the right sense, and the anthroposophical
    • the right sense. How can it do this?
    • sense, misled by the tyranny of speech. That is a speech which can no
    • innermost being of man, through what we cultivate in a real sense in
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    • themselves in that sense as one understands it today. Any child
    • they do contradict each other, in the ordinary sense? Were then all
    • the sense of the four Gospels, really such fools, such terribly stupid
    • sense with these contradictions? This is a question for oneself.
    • thought, at the hand of external sense-reality, it is this which
    • are imparted from out of the spiritual world itself. And in the sense
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    • the Ego which employs the instruments of the senses. The ancient human
    • understand at all the evolution of humanity in the sense of occultism.
    • Nazareth, in the widest sense, as true Ego-hood [Ichheit]. It is
    • truly absolute nonsense. What is meant by it? Everybody in ancient
    • in the old sense: the divine spiritual thinks, feels, wills in me, but
    • to its sense-path: if you proceed in opposition to Waterman, there
    • world of sense, the pointing to that world as it works into the human
    • if one but first understands the words in the right sense — not
    • in the sense of this ancient speech, how then the Mark Gospel gets new
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    • Sense-world of perception. Now, because Manichaeism took into
    • a person can gain from this Sense-world and his experiences
    • impressions on our other Sense-organs, are really so
    • constructed as they appear to be to the evidence of the senses,
    • appears, when one shuts one's Sense organs to it, That is the
    • reality is not to be found in external Sense-Revelation. It
    • in a certain sense in Saint-Simon, if we briefly outline the
    • Demonology. The first stage of evolution in the Comte sense is
    • stage, in which Auguste Comte quite in the sense of his master
    • Sense-Reality of positivistic science. The third stage is
    • sense of the 5th Post-Atlantean epoch, with its so absolutely
    • threefold division, one can say in his sense, that this
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    • feel it dimly, because we can only dimly sense the influence of
    • been sheer nonsense for a man of the second or third millennium
    • perceived with his senses. At that time he confused the Divine
    • external nature outside him as presented to his sense-organs in
    • longer exists, then another external sense-reality will appear
    • ears all that we perceive around us with all our senses, will,
    • human Ordering appeared which in a sense so stamped itself on
    • believe in the external sense-phenomena, even inhuman life.
    • It is an anachronism to speak to-day in the same sense of
    • to-day in the same sense without falling into an anachronism,
    • Science which simply relates to the sense-life, to a what is in
    • Utilitarianism even in a deeper sense. A certain basic sentence
    • Benthamism. These three things stand in a certain sense,
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    • call incarnation, incarnation in the sense in which we have human
    • craftsmanship in our sense developed. The most important discovery was
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    • external physical sense-organ to that of seeing with the physical eye.
    • in Maya, but behind Maya, thus in a mystical sense he returns home as
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    • long as there were priests in the old sense, it was not possible for
    • we perceive through the sense of hearing. During the further
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    • religions light is mentioned in the sense of wisdom, of spiritual
    • behind the sense, behind the meaning, to recognize the reality of
    • There is no sense in
    • into his astral body? What we call goodness and common sense. If you
    • seemingly resting motionless. In the sense of true occult research,
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    • would come to Light. What we, in the occult sense, term Earth, Water,
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    • is, in a sense, already contained. It is hidden within it,
    • symbols in the right way, in the Pythagorean sense, and can draw
    • a part of it. In the same sense it can be said that when some part of
    • as something that still belongs to it. In the Pythagorean sense we
    • sense is called “The division of the One so that the rest is
    • themselves in the right way in what, in the Pythagorean sense, we may
    • his reinterpretation of Steiner. Nevertheless, it makes sense,
    • strongly believe that this is the right thing. It makes sense,
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    • In the literal sense of the word, all of you are words uttered by
    • speculative sense; St. John set down a primal fact that is to be
    • gives the sense of the connection between world and men in a
    • the senses in the primal source of all that lives. This is the center
    • born out of God, so, in the sense of esoteric wisdom, we die in
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    • visible earth, when no world visible to the outer senses was as yet
    • quite senseless to speak to them of the heavenly bodies spread out in
    • would have been no sense in speaking of Mercury or of Neptune or of
    • even the ancient Greeks did not use it in that sense; what they meant
    • everybody would have understood them in the material sense. The
    • understood in their spiritual sense: he spoke of Angels, Archangels,
    • spiritual forces, were now used in a material sense. And on the other
    • know where their ideas about the outer world of the senses come from,
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    • matter begins to become soul. And so in the true sense of the word —
    • cannot be perceived by the outer senses: one call perceive what is
    • which cannot be recognised any more through the outer senses, but it
    • to the mere things of the senses, he ties those elemental spirits to
    • spiritual divine beings in all that takes place in the outer sense
    • that when the outer world of the senses is dead the life of the
    • this sense, who denies or does not understand the spirit and is
    • real devotional feeling, do they become what in the true sense of the
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    • only become human, in the present sense of the word, on earth. The
    • world in a spiritual sense we arrive at the following: On the Earth
    • observed ancient Saturn with your present-day senses what would you
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    • this is presented to you in a more general sense, for the conditions
    • spoken already, in the Archangels or Archangeloi. In a certain sense
    • has not given anything visible or tangible, in the higher sense. But
    • sense. But as the Cherubim came into the vicinity of the Sun, their
    • You have thus been given the first idea, in the sense of the primeval
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    • who understand it in its true sense, even in that of ancient Hebrew
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    • expounds it in the present day sense, is still something quite
    • nonsense, they all had a primitive world system. Since Copernicus we
    • system, seeing in it only what the purely physical senses can
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    • esoteric sense. Then (according to the Copernican system), comes the
    • astronomical Venus (Mercury in the occult sense of the Mysteries).
    • in the sense of to-day, or who could develop humanly — in the
    • sense of to-day.
    • suggestively, in the highest sense of the word, upon their
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    • statement you must reflect in what sense, and in what direction it
    • or in the lifeless, inanimate sense of modern science. It is
    • the spiritual scientific sense, the origin of each single globe.
    • sense, the Zodiacal circle. Thus the line A-B-C-D represents for us
    • the Zodiacal circle, in a spiritual sense.
    • be perceived by external senses. Only that which is in the interior,
    • that which in a narrower sense is now called Saturn, (for it stands
    • on the spot where the Saturn of to-day is). And as in a certain sense
    • direct line, so that one has to return to the original sense if the
    • talking nonsense in the opinion of the whole school of mechanical
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    • passing away of worlds, in the broadest sense of the word, is nothing
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    • Thoughts in the sense of to-day — I do not mean scientific
    • called the gods of hindrance, of impediment, in the widest sense of
    • this kind is used in a twofold sense.
    • direction. The Christ says in the very highest sense: ‘You will
    • Love in the true sense of the word. For Love without Freedom s
    • of sense cannot solve the riddle for us. It is, as if everything were
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    • sense is a very rare faculty in our present time it does exist, and
    • the outer senses, not only without the help of instruments which have
    • which he exercises when using his physical senses and his physical
    • liberation from his sense-body in a certain way with darkness; he
    • the outer senses and the intellect. He falls asleep at night, his
    • say to the senses and to the intellect, but to what is a revelation
    • we want to use an expression of the sense-world we might say
    • free from the physical sense-organs and free from the brain, the
    • wish to express it radically, this whole outer sense-world becomes
    • world of the senses. It would be wrong for a man not to reserve this
    • form on the etheric body implies that in a spiritual sense, light
    • we are not merely in an abstract sense devoted to our physical bodies
    • which our senses see as flashing fire bears the same proportion to
    • different from what it appears to be in the world of the senses. We
    • outer senses. We penetrate into a spiritual domain when we experience
    • make it possible for us to perceive on earth with our physical senses
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    • but in an exact sense. ‘Spirits of the Elements’ was the
    • world experienced by means of the sense organs they are to be found
    • behind what is perceptible by the senses and comprehensible to the
    • sensations. This Higher Self is experienced in a true sense only by
    • world. This holds good not merely for the external sense world, but
    • spiritual beings contacted through the phenomena of the sense world.
    • is twofold; there is the external Maya of the sense world, and the
    • confronting the physical senses as Maya, vanishes and something
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    • existence are to be found behind the phenomena of the sense world, or whether
    • the physical sense world. There exist, moreover, spiritual beings and
    • the same sense to that being as regards its work or function in the
    • times and in all places. In its abstract sense there is not the
    • to say that the sense wisdom appears again and again in different
    • historical sense must be added to it) because he has not grasped the
    • who had no understanding of history in its real sense, and whose
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    • up the external world of the senses appears; when man penetrates
    • is not in a position to destroy this world of the senses through his
    • phenomena surrounding him; the sense world is placed before him by
    • to penetrate the veil of the sense world, but he must leave it just
    • faculty for penetrating through the outer veils of the sense world to
    • the outer senses of external perception their tendency was to look
    • reached by penetrating through the veils of the outer sense world. To
    • behind the outer veil of the sense world. Men belonging to the
    • in the external sense world. He lived there in ancient times only,
    • sense world, by the evil Set; and since then he has lived in the
    • attaining the spiritual world behind the external sense world and
    • external sense world and to find the upper gods hears that somewhere
    • external sense world and through the veil of the soul life are
    • essence, as that behind the veil of the outer sense world. A uniform
    • particularly to the external sense world and to the visible sun, in
    • outer sense world. In Europe, if we make use of spiritual sight, we
    • whether it be the external spiritual world or the external sense
    • sense. More and more of the spirit was poured into the outer
    • succeeding births, not only in a physical, but also in a moral sense.
    • the most intimate sense, strengthening and illuminating him; but if
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    • the senses. Mention has been made of the development in the southern
    • in a certain sense able to look out towards the external world of the
    • senses as well as into itself to find the spirit, because it
    • feelings of the ancient Indian when he looked out at the sense world,
    • can be applied to everything that in a spiritual sense is spread out
    • gaze outwards, and in penetrating through the tapestry of the sense
    • directed to the gods and spirits behind the sense world; that
    • behind the tapestry of the sense world were given to the people; and
    • world which is behind the sense world. Nor will it be a matter for
    • out into the spiritual world, to what is behind the senses, to the
    • which exist behind the tapestry of the sense world. But there was
    • a kind of veiled form, as Apollo. Apollo is in a certain sense a
    • the upper gods behind the tapestry of the sense world, as the rulers
    • sense world. We may say that Apollo is a figure incapable of
    • stage of taking up its abode in a human body in the sense world, and
    • men, on penetrating through the tapestry of the sense world, saw the
    • what we call the upper gods behind the outer world of the senses.
    • and Tauler, learn to conceive of the Christ in a universal sense, or
    • outlines, as a figure of the outer sense world. It is possible for
    • sense world. Man's vision will become reversed. In the past Lucifer
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    • true, not to be realised by the external senses or the outer reason,
    • to be seen today, i.e. as a sense-tapestry of colours, shades, etc.
    • day sense-perceptions, was to the Indian spirit of the olden times
    • certainty yielded by the senses had to live as a feeling in those
    • means of the senses means nothing much to me; in order to realise the
    • his physical senses and of his physical reason. Clairvoyant power was
    • was in a certain sense differently organised, his outlook was
    • approximate to the real sense.
    • various senses. We cannot here go into all that modern science has to
    • say about sense-perception; it will suffice to hold in our mind the
    • various senses, and gathers the different impressions together by
    • sense-perceptions; compare, for instance, the sense of hearing with
    • is non-existent for the realistic thinker. Sense perception by means
    • is much more objective than what is sense through hearing. We
    • differences between the realms of the various senses. If we consider
    • sense, from outside (I admit that this happens in incorrect
    • the five senses: sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch. When
    • speaking of feeling in a superficial way we mean the sense of touch,
    • but call it feeling and add that which is experienced by this sense
    • to the outer sense experiences. Again, inspired by the genius of
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    • outward into the world behind the tapestry of sense phenomena. Those
    • In a certain sense their destiny was to go out, as did the
    • sense his seducers. That which in the course of the evolution of the
    • but nothing external in this sense can come to his astral body only.
    • the worlds behind the sense world and behind the soul-world with the
    • be right to speak of certain species of Luciferic beings in the sense
    • sense a repetition and yet in another it is not. Men who have had a
    • man who takes the path out into the external sense-world and who
    • be dimly sensed, but it could no longer live in the soul. The old
    • sensed that they must be united somewhere. Therefore he spoke of that
    • being who could then be sensed but dimly, as the Unknown in Darkness,
    • the external sense-world and Zarathustra's teaching laid special
    • conceived that behind the covering of the sense-world there were
    • beings to be found behind the sense-world, and that the Egyptian
    • life was limited to what the senses perceived. On the one side the
    • world of sense grew more and more dominant, and on the other, the
    • Anu; Anu does in a sense express the unity of both worlds, but an
    • beyond the senses, and on the other to the world that underlies the
    • where the door opening through the outer sense world into, the world
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    • which are in a comparative sense the most difficult to master.
    • time and space in an abstract sense and endeavour to understand how
    • proceeding from this as a basis. In this sense it is right to say
    • could find behind the covering of the external sense world. His quest
    • the children of Lucifer in this sense when we speak of those who in
    • consider universal space in an abstract sense, but really relate
    • themselves were thought to correspond, in a certain sense, with
    • of mankind than can be found in sense perception or in human
    • in this sense — call other individualities who also are great
    • this sense, then, we gaze upon the Wisdom-element which in olden
    • Spirit in distant regions beyond the sense-world. In the time of the
    • old Persian civilisation it was first possible dimly to sense the
    • The intellectual soul is bound to the world of sense. Therefore it
    • sense-world. Accordingly in the first post-Christian centuries little
    • in a spiritual sense we may describe as the Bodhisattva. This
    • European Initiates. Such presentations must not be taken in the sense
    • the initiates have learned to understand them in a modern sense, just
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    • The Human Senses.
    • The Human Senses.
    • cycle, the time seems ripe for speaking in a more comprehensive sense
    • common with the sensory world that is perceived through the senses
    • sense, we ask what it is that must first engage our interest. It is
    • his senses, and it is through these that he acquires knowledge of the
    • of the human senses then constitute our first chapter. Thereafter we
    • Beginning with the study of the human senses, we at once
    • anthroposophy must invariably start from all that the senses tell us
    • man from above. In this sense it is genuine anthropology. Ordinary
    • anthropology has thrown everything pertaining to the human senses
    • Even in the matter of the human senses, anthroposophy
    • enumeration of the five senses: feeling (touch), smell, taste,
    • enumeration. Science, it is true, has now added three more senses to
    • will now list the human senses according to their real significance,
    • of an anthroposophical doctrine of the senses.
    • The first sense in question is the one that in spiritual
    • science can be called the sense of life. That is a real sense
    • and must be as fully acknowledged as the sense of sight. What is it?
    • We feel lassitude, or hunger and thirst, or a sense of strength in
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    • of the Human Senses.
    • N DEALING with the human senses in our first
    • inevitably occurs in the external physiology of the senses where
    • our task to examine the realm of the human senses more closely, as
    • We began with the sense we called the sense of life —
    • the feeling of life, the vital sense. What is this sense based upon,
    • at the present stage of human evolution it is in a sense a superhuman
    • an analogy from the sense world, we can compare the effect to that of
    • therefore, in a sense, it destroys him. The result of the contraction
    • sentience as the sense of life. This is the process that takes place
    • Now let us ascend a bit. As the second sense, we listed
    • the sense of our own movements. In this case, again, an extraneous
    • equalization the sense of movement manifests itself.
    • connection with the sense of life. This activity could be compared
    • remain in the expanding etheric body. While the sense of life becomes
    • sense, to extend itself.
    • sense of balance, we feel dizzy, we faint.
    • A study of these three senses shows us clearly the
    • we have considered three senses, passing outward from within, and the
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  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents
    • N THE last lecture we dealt with the sense
    • of speech, and today we will examine the sense of concept. The term
    • and I visualize its meaning. This sense could also be called the
    • sense of visualization. [TRANSLATOR'S NOTE: The
    • verb vorstellen means imagine, in the loose sense (“I
    • order to understand how this sense comes about we must glance back
    • once more to the sense of tone or hearing and to the sense of speech
    • or sound, asking ourselves what it means “to have a sense of
    • longer be dealing merely with a sense perception but with a judgment,
    • unconsciously in the sense of sound. When we hear an “a”
    • from the fundamental tones of the melody. These must in a sense be
    • or Liebe, it appeals to the sense of visualization underlying
    • it. This underlying sense of visualization is always uniform,
    • That will give a picture of what the sense of
    • exhausted what we have in the way of ordinary senses, finally
    • two-petaled lotus flower. That is the imaginative sense, the
    • inspirational sense, the twelfth. In the neighborhood of the
    • thirteenth, the intuitive sense. These three senses, the
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    • what they are. We have traced the sense image of ourselves back to
    • a sense stunted, in comparison with the first, the older portion? It
    • sentient body boring their way in. They form the sense organs. In the
    • sentient body had, so to speak, bored the holes for the sense organs
    • relation of human thought to the outer world. With our sense organs
    • give us is correct sense perception but not right thoughts. Thought
    • thinking was once in contact with the outer world, like our sense
    • foregoing. In all cases involving the sense world, sense perception
    • yield is sense perception. What we must do is meet them with
    • such things in the outer world as are encountered by the senses. The
    • senses themselves cannot judge what is beyond their reach; no such
    • comprehensible everything perceived by the senses becomes when we
    • sense, the various forms of the whole animal kingdom. At the time
    • but they are frequently misinterpreted because the senses that speak
    • imperceptible to the senses. In reality, the facts referred to prove
    • lie open in the sense world, that are not hidden from us. There we
    • senses, and did not occupy their minds with matters concealed from
    • sense perception, they avoided arriving at false conclusions; they
    • were rightly guided by their natural sense of truth. They would look,
    • sensation that every normal human being would have, a certain sense
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  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: I. The Elements of the Soul Life.
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    • nerves. Those that run from the sense organs to the brain or the
    • when an object is seen, the message of the sense organ is first
    • of sense experiences. These are the various experiences brought about
    • through our sense organs we take into our soul, in a way, and there
    • sense organs. We have posted sentinels, as it were, at the boundaries
    • we experience through our sense organs. What is represented within
    • sense experiences is as a rule pursued in a lopsided manner. Science
    • It is necessary to distinguish between a sense
    • expositions, keep in mind the sharp distinction between sense
    • If you have sensed the color red, the color red
    • those two elements in the case of a sense experience as well. A sense
    • Imagine you have a sense experience of color, and observe closely
    • object makes an impression upon the sense organs and induces an
    • then as a result of that experience. Then you can sense how these two
    • That is quite a different thing from confronting a sense
    • soul life. But when a sense experience arises we must advance to the
    • Whenever a sense experience is involved we are stopped
    • They are there, but the soul does not perceive them, and the sense
    • being stopped. The sense sensation is nothing but a phenomenon of
    • we have carried away with us from sense experiences. A little
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    • surge stimulated by the messages of our senses, one perception makes
    • All others are instigated by external sense stimuli, are further
    • in a certain definite way. In the matter of all sense perceptions the
    • soul life we must recognize an outer master, the compulsion of sense
    • contradicts the simple fact that visualizations arise from sense
    • from immediate sense impressions. In other words, you set your soul
    • something regarding the bell, something to be judged through sense
    • sense impressions, but when you compare these with the judgment of
    • too, you use a verb to express sense perception, but consider what a
    • is told that is not the point at all. The sense stimulus arising from
    • from within, so that when sense experiences approach the soul we can
    • Sense experiences approach from all directions; within, the soul life
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    • At the Portals of the Senses. Feelings. Aesthetic Judgment.
    • At the Portals of the Senses.
    • It is, therefore, a soul manifestation that in a sense did not
    • begin with simple facts of the soul life, and these are the sense
    • experiences that enter through the portals of our senses, penetrating
    • hand, the waves of the soul life surge to the portals of the senses
    • and thence take back into it the results of the sense perceptions,
    • found in the soul. They arise at the portals of the senses. Consider
    • boundary of the sense world, at the portals of the senses.
    • sense organs as a sort of portals, as openings leading to the outer
    • the senses.
    • experience when a sense experience occurs. What takes place when we
    • once more, on the one hand, the actual moment of sense perception,
    • through the portals of the senses. On the other hand, remember that
    • what it acquired through the sense experience in question. Here we
    • the experience of the activity of the sense perception, otherwise we
    • senses?” When you consider that the soul, as experience
    • ask what it actually is that flows to the portals of the senses when
    • that in what opposes the sense experience an imprint has formed from
    • directly connected with a sense experience, something like a desire
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    • personalities in question. Try to sense the profound difference
    • the enigmas of the world. At the same time we sensed a certain
    • is something that pertains to the soul life, but not in the sense
    • Previous to the moment at which the child begins to sense his own
    • etheric body. With regard to your outer sense impressions you are
    • impression, by the sense organs, the physical body.
    • “Red” is not a verdict; reasoning stops at the sense
    • the soul as sense impressions. In one plane the ego and its
    • bodily-physical sense organs are opposed, in the other, the currents
    • along smoothly, but as meeting the life of the senses. You must see
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • Aristotelian sense, with something that is exhausted with the line of
    • sense, would carry on after death. We must ask ourselves, however,
    • quite impossible to speak, in Aristotle's sense, of a single
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • so. The body is perceived through the outer senses and with all the
    • certain sense, at least to the extent of admitting its reality. The
    • could have originated through the outer senses alone, and that must
    • of the senses. Philosophers whose whole disposition equips them to
    • proof of the spirit. In a certain sense it can be said that even in
    • it then be possible, in the materialists' sense, to speak of a world
    • sense it can be useful because, if you bring to bear the requisite
    • allegory of a super-sensible truth. In its relation to sense reality
    • that in the external sense is false.
    • world as revealed by the senses; hence such people absorb a
    • the super-sensible world, not in the outer sense world.
    • the right effect. Paradoxically it could be said that in the sense
    • inner soul. Aristotle values the sense world not for its own sake,
    • divinely, spiritually permeated sense world. Though materialism
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: III. Imagination--Imagination; Inspiration--Self-fulfillment; Intuition--Conscience.
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    • non-German word Imagination in the sense familiar to students
    • the common sense (that is Phantasie). In this lecture the two
    • the ordinary sense (Phantasie) it will appear in inverted
    • from without as well. In this sense only man confronts an outer
    • perception from the sense world. In the lectures on Anthroposophy I
    • pointed out that the senses as such do not err. Goethe once
    • emphasized that. It is not the senses that err but what goes on in
    • outer sense world, the world of perception, in compounding such
    • conceptions that in a sense have a certain objective validity, though
    • sense, he himself can by no means approve, with whom he cannot be
    • true sense of the term we call imagination. Summing up: When
    • true sense.
    • really attains to imagination, it senses in its life of
    • with intuition in the higher sense, such as is meant in my book,
    • sense we have here the reverse of the processes confronting us in the
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • sense superficial sketch of a pneumatosophy can be given in the four
    • sense?” That would suffice to enkindle our enthusiasm, and then
    • senses. One sees houses, animals, people; various events unroll in
    • in a certain sense, to the super-sensible world through the fact that
    • they encounter occupying their body in the sense world, they can only
    • eyes, and he senses the greatness of nature's laws — repose in
    • the instruments of the senses and of the brain. Now, if during a
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • is revelation, not ‘glory’ in the sense of ‘honour.’ Therefore we should
    • being where we think logically. It would be nonsense to decide by a
    • development and progress on this Earth, wherever in the truest sense
    • obvious that we are not speaking here in any materialistic sense, but
  • Title: Lecture: Signs and Symbols of the Christmas Festival
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    • brought to bear upon it. In a spiritual sense the Christmas Festival
    • things of the earth with his outer senses; he evolves to the stage
    • higher Man, was born in the Holy Night. In this sense, Christ Jesus is
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • the senses and through the human spirit. In the far distant past this
    • a human child in the ordinary sense; it is the child who was there
    • no longer realised that in the highest and truest sense it could be
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    • sensed and dimly experienced.
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    • feeling. In a certain sense it has the most popular appeal of all the
    • Christ became the ‘wise man of Nazareth’ — in the naturalistic sense.
    • Our outer, sense-given knowledge, conveyed as it is merely through
  • Title: Lecture: On The Three Magi
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    • desire-principle in the real sense. The animals of the preceding
    • Earth-Round, men may be likened to fishes, in the sense that their own
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    • In another sense too, the fundamental conception of Christendom tended
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ Within Us
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    • sense. For in the soul of this historian, Christ Jesus as a living
    • Will you ever say: This is still, in the full sense of the word, a
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    • civilisation. This is in a certain sense, a recapitulation of the
    • given an impulse for progress. In a certain sense what man was to grow
    • civilisation. If a seer, in the present sense of the word, had come in
    • the ordinary way, but in a certain sense left it unused, A great
    • a real incarnation of a human being in the ordinary sense. It
    • sense of ‘I have a mind to do’ a thing.) began gradually to
    • him to develop the intellectual or mind (Mind in the sense of ‘I
    • of Europe — a primeval Teacher who in this sense was a primeval
    • Leaders of humanity we have, in a sense, to do with more highly
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    • Anthroposophists in the widest sense, subjects intended to throw light
    • an anthroposophical sense our soul is only changed if we constantly
    • Karma says in a general sense that there is a connection in the
    • contemplate life in the ordinary materialistic sense would probably
    • be only in his feeling that his soul can sense the injustice. He may
    • this noble sense of indignation is to be found in the character of a
    • spiritual sense. It will be well to begin with the nature of pain, and
    • fulfilment.’ — That would be nonsense. The point is this:
    • anthroposophical life in the true sense of the words. You will then
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • The gates of the spiritual world are closed to human senses, and no
    • perceptible to the senses, though spiritual sound may be concealed
    • Egoism dims the sense of justice, for the ego wants everything for
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    • be understood if we grasp the whole spirit of it, in the sense of the
    • to them in a sense from without; they expected it to come thence. If
    • during that time of ecstasy, of enchantment, he was not in any sense
    • will gradually develop as Spirit-Self; they will thus in a new sense
    • firm on that foundation, they will then be blessed in a new sense; in
    • called ‘Christians’ in the true sense who realise that this
    • ‘with God’ in the old sense could no longer be described as
    • would not people, speaking in a materialistic sense at the end of the
    • materialistic sense was being prepared for, as, for instance, in
    • materialistic sense, shook the world as greatly as had once the
    • might be reconstructed in this sense. Christianity will only
    • sense, when it is realised that they are living, not dead writings.
    • look up, after first having acquired a sense and an understanding for
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • was any question in a narrow sense of explaining the Gospels, but
    • beginnings of that which in the present day sense of man's
    • acquire a feeling for the value of a particular truth, to sense
    • through his mental outlook and even through his sense-perceptions,
    • in an occult sense, with the polarity between man and woman. In so
    • would be nonsense. We must investigate the occult foundations of this
    • being of man; so that we cannot, in an occult sense, speak as our
    • delicate artistic sense tells us that the female form, with the
    • understood in their cosmic sense through the appearance of Halley's
    • though what I have said must not be taken in a superstitious sense, as
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 6: The Birth of Conscience
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    • its present power of perceiving the physical-sense world through the
    • senses, and of using reason as it is used to-day. We stated that in
    • invisible to sense perception can be clearly seen by spiritual sight.
    • If we wish in a deeper sense to grasp what conscience is, we must call
    • — and in a wider sense acquire those also which extend beyond the
    • those who in a deeper sense have not all their wits about them can
    • in a sense ahead of them. In the European countries men had already in
    • a certain sense developed the ego in the Sentient-Soul, — they
    • Graeco-Latin culture in a sense kept the balance, for it developed a
    • in such a way that they have a rich soul-life; but their Sense of Ego
    • that we gain more and more strongly a sense of the wise way in which
    • strong sense of the personal ego was being developed in Europe. Again,
    • boundary between a rather weaker sense of self in Greece, where a man
    • occult sense is true) relates as follows. Having completed his task in
    • we, speaking in an external and spatial sense, have referred to as the
    • permeation of the Sentient-Soul with the sense of self (the ego-sense)
    • Conscience can be spoken of in a deep sense, as we have done to-day,
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    • is not only an inner conviction in the ordinary sense of the words but
    • sense break away from our usual study of theosophical matters, and
    • It is, of course, in no sense my task to enter into the particulars of
    • deny His existence in any historical sense.’
    • in the sense in which Drews takes it, cannot be maintained without
    • Knowledge’ in the sense of St. Paul, as it were? Such a theory
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    • earth we receive our perceptions by means of the senses, so after
    • this sense of limitation, this total incapacity to develop further
    • faculty to sense the working of the beings of the spiritual world, of
    • physical sense, but who has become flesh in a Christian sense, and
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    • life on earth by means of visions, not through the senses. During
    • be fully justified in the world. One now senses the urge, in the
    • from the previous incarnation until the present one. We sense cosmic
    • the more we withdraw from earthly conditions in a physical sense. The
    • sense impressions. I explained how the light of the Hierarchies falls
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    • Nobody in possession of his five senses, however, doubts that he
    • such doubt he would be holding the utterly senseless view that during
    • anew the next morning. Anyone who does not hold this senseless view
    • development we can work at in the real sense, and that is our ego.
    • In the domain of occultism — using the word in its true sense
    • disposition of soul. If he lacked a moral sense in life, he does come
    • which is never connected with my bodily senses?” and then
    • partake of the Father principle in the sense of the words, “I
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    • knowledge acquired in the sense world by means of our senses and
    • body when we have gone through the gate of death. In a sense,
    • world and the normal sense world.
    • Let us consider our existence in the sense world during waking
    • night that impinges on our senses and our intellect is brought to us.
    • in from the cosmos. First we have sensed it, then we have heard it as
    • succeed in developing a new sense of devotion, a true religion in
    • sense at all. One can of course accept it as a beautiful thought, as
    • that each presupposes and then senses the occultly hidden in the
    • meet man in such a way that one will sense the sacred mystery of the
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    • of spiritual research can be understood by sound common sense, as was
    • earth. In the physical world objects present themselves to our senses
    • impressions upon our ears and other impressions upon other sense
    • the sense world we must move about to perceive things. The opposite
    • from the ordinary sense world. This is important. It may give rise to
    • or “Imaginations” in the sense in which I explained them
    • world through his sense organs. After death he lives in a world of
    • them in the religious sense and do not wish to break through their
    • Who, in the true sense of the Mystery of Golgotha, is a Christian? He
    • be able to grasp, in the anthroposophical sense, the relation of the
    • sense, receive enough of what is meant by them.
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    • ago in the sphere of kamaloca, which extends in the macrocosmic sense
    • this is true of all sense enjoyment, they cannot be satisfied.
    • individuality of man in the narrowest sense, to that part of the
    • certain sense. It is just as if one wished to move, but were chained
    • condition rightly and sense it from the heart, we should not merely
    • sense, it would pulsate like life blood and there would be less
    • he has arrived somewhere. He knows this by means of sense perception,
    • sense perception but are nevertheless in our environment will work
    • would have struck had the circumstances been different, he will sense
    • depths of our soul in the sense referred to previously as expressed
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    • Why is this so? We sense that our thinking is connected with
    • close, intimate connections and sense each other's presence.
    • senses and what he can construe by means of his intellect in relation
    • means of sense perception. But there is much else that does not
    • sensations. As a result, man will sense the influence of the dead and
    • understand the world of the senses only if one grasps how the spirit
    • go through the experiences of the world of the senses. Inasmuch as we
    • in a one-sided sentimental sense but by virtue of its own nature.
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    • himself that all this is nonsense may, in the depths of his soul of
    • often sense a certain fatigue in the morning. The less tired a person
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    • in the sense of other ideals that are prevalent in our time.
    • long as he makes use of the physical senses and the intellect, the
    • to do with our life here on the physical plane, but in a deeper sense
    • connection with the spiritual world marks, in a certain sense, a step
    • literal sense of the word. This is truly the language that we must be
    • be cultivated on earth in the sense of the new spiritual science,
    • senses can give us, it is as if we were to journey along the path
    • permeates the human being with a sense for the spiritual — and
    • This fact can permeate us with a deep sense of admiration for what we
    • be stifled in them. Each will sense, “Over there on those
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    • The seer realizes what anthroposophy is in a deeper sense. It is the
    • of this world? He makes use of his senses, brings his imagination to
    • importance than sense reality. I do not mean the super-sensible world,
    • becomes a reality in our sense world!” This is accompanied by
    • growing sense of devotion towards what is hidden. As this feeling
    • essential to bring about a new sense or orientation by spreading
    • able to sense how much our life is enriched when such thoughts are
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    • person goes through life without any sense of judgment, this is due
    • sense world, if we only lived in our intellect inasmuch as it was
    • through the senses and the intellect, such a meeting is not possible.
    • strife and disharmony may in a sense be regarded as a crucifixion.
    • conditions, which in a sense obtain only for the seer at present,
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    • speaking is pure nonsense. When we cross the gate of death we are, to
    • retrospect in a sense on his last incarnation. He is still involved
    • will be in a certain sense retarded in relation to what he might have
    • group of people, is nothing but logical nonsense. As soon as one
    • behind, in a sense, and will be handicapped in a future incarnation
    • super-sensible into the sense-perceptible world. All growth and
    • so arranged in the sense-perceptible world that we suffer such a fate
    • feelings in us, we sense nevertheless a compensation when we trace
    • phenomena, we can nevertheless sense a definite relief when we
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    • birth. In normal cases, although there are many exceptions, a sense
    • about life after death tallies only in a pictorial sense, it need not
    • grows, in a spiritual sense, to gigantic dimensions. He grows out
    • intermingled. A sense of separateness arises because consciousness is
    • island in a spatial sense. He pervades the other being of whose
    • shortcomings but in a sense because of his greatness that Goethe was
    • inscription is a dreadful thing. In a certain sense it can be of the
    • evolutionary stream. For imperfection in this sense men should
    • not make him arrogant, but fills him with a sense of responsibility,
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    • clairvoyance. They not only saw the sense world by means of the eyes.
    • origins, into the archetypal beings behind the sense world. The
    • sense, the dead can live. One who died and has no one on earth who
    • man is a sense of utter loneliness. From a certain period called the
    • the Christian creed. One is not a Christian in the true sense because
    • incarnation. It is sheer nonsense to believe as materialistic science
    • the occult sense, then out to the orbits of Venus, Sun and Mars. One
    • The one person has a deep moral sense, the other less so. The one who
    • on earth had a deep moral sense goes through the spiritual world in
    • mind with an ever new and increasing sense of wonder and devotion:
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    • something about the structure of external sense perceptible reality.
    • earth because of an exaggerated sense of egoism is only able to live
    • senses. Through ourselves, through all that we experience here, we
    • If on earth we misunderstood Hinduism, we might only sense the
    • cannot weigh. A conviction of this sort is as senseless in relation
    • ancestors from the super-sensible world. In a certain sense we
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    • existence here on earth. In a certain sense, everyday words can only
    • we experience depends on the functions of our sense organs but also
    • we do in a sense interpenetrate one another, yet all the dead are not
    • not behave in this way unless in a certain sense we found such
    • the satisfaction previously experienced. One senses that if one had
    • so forth has no sense because these laws are meaningless in the
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    • “thought” in the true sense of the word. What did human
    • much nonsense talked about him. Turn to what Goethe wrote in his
    • intimate, though in a certain sense unconscious, impulse from the
    • which in fact are not there at all in the true sense. For just as
    • way, he would be talking utter nonsense. How is it then that he
    • upholds the same nonsense with regard to history? The reason is
    • for him, is merely speaking; hence there is no sense in studying
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    • those he reads from external things that are real to the senses. Such
    • sense a Spiritist, so that on this side there is a direct transition
    • thought into them. Our own sense-impressions are all we can rightly
    • he allows validity only to sense-impressions, regarding them as some
    • as you like on what the senses tell us and bring forward ever so
    • except that which manifests itself through sense-impressions; this I
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    • human soul. I mean this in the following sense.
    • gets to know the things of the world not through the senses, but
    • Gnostics. But quite in the sense in which there are Gnostics of
    • sense-appearance, in Maya, the essential nature of things does not
    • things by another way than through external sense-perception and the
    • “Occultists”, but they are so in the fullest sense of the
    • having his Sun — in spiritual sense — in Gemini, and his
    • can be in a certain sense explained, but that they cannot lead into
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    • We have now, in a certain sense, depicted the inner aspect of the
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    • “thought” in the true sense of the word. What did human
    • much nonsense talked about him. Turn to what Goethe wrote in his
    • intimate, though in a certain sense unconscious, impulse from the
    • which in fact are not there at all in the true sense. For just as
    • way, he would be talking utter nonsense. How is it then that he
    • upholds the same nonsense with regard to history? The reason is
    • for him, is merely speaking; hence there is no sense in studying
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    • those he reads from external things that are real to the senses. Such
    • sense a Spiritist, so that on this side there is a direct transition
    • thought into them. Our own sense-impressions are all we can rightly
    • he allows validity only to sense-impressions, regarding them as some
    • as you like on what the senses tell us and bring forward ever so
    • except that which manifests itself through sense-impressions; this I
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    • human soul. I mean this in the following sense.
    • gets to know the things of the world not through the senses, but
    • Gnostics. But quite in the sense in which there are Gnostics of
    • sense-appearance, in Maya, the essential nature of things does not
    • things by another way than through external sense-perception and the
    • “Occultists”, but they are so in the fullest sense of the
    • having his Sun — in spiritual sense — in Gemini, and his
    • can be in a certain sense explained, but that they cannot lead into
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    • say, in a certain sense, that we can feel ourselves with regard to
    • We have now, in a certain sense, depicted the inner aspect of the
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    • sense of this Job-tragedy need in no way have its origin in evil, it
    • through the senses, what materialism considers the sole being of
    • a reality which can be seen when the higher senses slumbering in man
    • sense of phenomenon appears to be the last, is to us the original
    • Spirit and therefore the spiritual researcher sees how senseless is
    • the inner force of resistance rises up and gives birth to the senses,
    • raises himself from a mere sense-perception to the observation of a
    • instinctively feels when he senses the mysterious connection between
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    • sense of the word — it is a diminished good, it is the worst
    • intellect and the five senses. Meditation in the first place leads
    • away from the grasp of the senses. Through inner soul-work man
    • becomes free of the senses. Something then takes place similar to the
    • the sense-world. Greek philosophy beautifully compared the human soul
    • sense experience and carry it up into higher worlds.
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    • did not think of sin as being a fault in the ordinary sense nor one
    • consider how complicated human nature is in the sense of spiritual
    • on the earth. In the strictest sense of spiritual science these
    • sense-organs, where we have to do with physical contrivances —
    • and the fibres which run to the brain in the form of sense-nerve
    • the blood. If, therefore, in the true sense of spiritual science we
    • body and his senses become free, so that it is then possible for the
    • time in an astral sense. The forces that were working in connection
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    • certain sense, unaltered. Thus we have again come a little nearer to
    • stronger until the change of profession, might also in a certain sense
    • sense, between earlier and later events, he would arrive at the
    • mineral kingdom in our sense of the word. It was on this earth that
    • the outer senses?
    • far as we recognise the world as a spiritual one. We dimly sense karma
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    • in the external world of the senses would, from the impressions of
    • external senses and by his speculative thought. We find a phenomenon
    • is absurd to look at modern conditions and say: ‘What nonsense
    • certain sense the remaining behind of the luciferic beings was a
    • sense their remaining behind was a sacrifice, in order that they might
    • so gross that the more spiritual part of him, which in a certain sense
    • to go to ruin, and in a certain sense we owe what we are to what
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    • external world of the senses came through this influence of Lucifer,
    • sense-world than he would have done without this influence; but
    • to lead to the independence of the human being in this special sense.
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    • sought for has been obtained and in a certain sense the illness has
    • been conquered. But in another sense this may not be the fact. For
    • great deal with himself, though not in the ordinary egotistical sense.
    • external provocation. But this is not so. In a certain sense we are
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    • IT is easily understood that karmic law can operate when, in the sense
    • to us as though the musical sense were within him, a quality of his
    • the physical world of the senses. Why do we not perceive this
    • would pour away into the life of the senses. So that this may not
    • understand waking and sleeping in the same sense in which we
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    • least in a certain sense — without being accompanied by pain.
    • always react upon one another, and in a certain sense keep a balance.
    • morality in the highest sense of the word, which will keep us from
    • enter even further into the external world of the senses, into the
    • illusions of the physical senses, much further than would be the case
    • of the senses, and of our losing the forces which lead us up into the
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    • clairvoyance in the invidious sense, and we have also seen that there
    • of ordinary common sense. Why should this be so?
    • sense as we may acquire upon the physical plane will affect only our
    • spirituality from a life of the senses. In the one, we went with one
    • sense, in the external bodily sense, by vaccination against smallpox.
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    • opposite sense. Little by little it discovers a certain emptiness
    • materialistic sense of these words, then such souls would have but
    • Now he goes to the next hall, where physiology of the senses is dealt
    • way of our senses. But through coarser union with matter, victuals
    • influence; then everything, from victuals to the sense impressions,
    • same sense as for human beings. Were someone to say that in the case
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    • polarity. Polarity arises just as it would arise in an abstract sense,
    • person to be healed, is, in the fullest sense of the word, the
    • healing is not mere nonsense, but that in all these things there is a
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    • earth-evolution all goals were given to him, could not in a true sense
    • forces in the true sense.
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    • experienced in the true sense of the word for genuine strengthening
    • only of the sense world but also under the surface of the various
    • worlds to which a dawning clairvoyance can lead. The sense world
    • sense world, what we may call (and we will speak of it at length
    • consciousness of this to enter the physical sense world, it must
    • nonsense, overflowing with contradictions, to the sort of
    • comprehension limited to the external senses and tied to the brain.
    • soul in a spiritual body, so that in one sense it is a special
    • do in Scene Nine. The most important thing is to sense the mood of
    • become living in their deepest sense when one looks at them in the
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    • sense world and the super-sensible spiritual worlds. It is of great
    • experiences in the physical sense world.
    • as a human earth person, a normal sense-being within the sense world.
    • threshold into the physical sense world, behaving here — to put
    • those the soul employs for the physical senses and the rest of the
    • the border and now experiencing the sense world with what is
    • however, the differences between the spiritual and physical sense
    • certain sense against the general order of the universe — which
    • bring about in the physical sense world what this world has to have,
    • the annihilation and death of its entities. Death in the sense world
    • sense world only when we bring a creditable interest to bear upon it,
    • when our interest in the sense world is so reasonable that we can see
    • things of the sense world but not to be so dependent on them as to
    • relationship of the human being to the sense world. To bring about
    • Insofar as human thinking lives in the sense world, it is bound to
    • thinking directed to the sense world from the physical brain, into
    • way in human thinking and because men bound to the sense world
    • apply their thinking only to the sense world, and the people who
    • upon its remaining in the sense world. First of all, if a person has
    • souls, we have a correct relationship to the sense world. However, we
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    • observation we use in the sense world and to the understanding
    • limited to the sense world, the being of man, the true, inmost nature
    • demands are made on it from those in the sense world.
    • looking at and recognizing things that for the sense world is the
    • carry the habits of the sense world into the higher super-sensible
    • insisted on entering this world with the habits of the sense world,
    • it would be thrown back again into the sense world. The elemental
    • world is absolutely different from the sense world. In this world of
    • them and you know you will always be the same in the sense world
    • sense world, the consciousness of “I am myself.” In the
    • a person's soul that in passing through the sense world, he should
    • back into the sense world.
    • of noting what is called the threshold between the sense world and
    • which lead it to the right observation of the physical sense world.
    • into the sense world the faculty of transformation it has to have in
    • The sense world is the world of self-contained forms,
    • physical sense world we must allow our etheric body, as an entity of
    • in the physical sense world; I am this or that distinct person. My
    • We see that the threshold that sharply divides the sense
    • comes back into the sense world. If I may put it more plainly, one
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    • of other things in the sense world, but rising into the spiritual
    • The capacities and points of view it could get on with in the sense
    • impressions and observations of the physical sense world.
    • pictures used have the characteristics of sense perception. This is,
    • the physical sense world. You can easily imagine that stage hands
    • in common with the sense world. One therefore faces the necessity of
    • describing the region of spirit with pictures taken from sense
    • sense world, one has to help oneself out of the difficulty with
    • sense-perceptible images. This is not the case. When the soul that
    • surrounded by it. Just as the soul surrounded in the physical sense
    • in common with the sense world. You will get some idea of the
    • manifest the true reality of that world. Hence in the real sense of
    • “This is all nonsense; there are no such things!” A
    • of sense images. How can you claim — in the face of all that
    • pictures of the sense world, but in its appearance as cosmic script
    • in the sense world or in the elemental world. It should be emphasized
    • understand the objects and happenings of the sense world and look at
    • everything attained through sense observation and the ordinary
    • soul leaves behind it everything involved in sense observation and
    • sense world. The real task is to show that such proofs as Maeterlinck
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    • more and more to recognize what is, in a sense, the one-sided
    • anchor it in the physical sense world. That is what typically happens
    • Benedictus gave Capesius as examples, how senseless it is to wish to
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    • be perceived in the sense world. First, we have to strengthen the
    • have pointed out that everything the sense world can give us, as well
    • perceptible to the senses. Nothing we acquire in this way can be of
    • On the other hand, whatever is not an image of the sense
    • sense world the concepts, ideas and feelings we can carry fruitfully
    • rays into the physical sense world. Let us therefore look at another
    • sense of the word, the harmonious balance of polarities by means of
    • physical-sense realm. Then with strengthened soul we will cross the
    • earth life when all your sense perception suddenly stops; when you
    • soul. Here we will sense something that can be called the breath of
    • spirituality in the sense world, and then across the threshold to
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    • body in the physical-sense world. When he sheds this physical
    • things for those troubled by a sense of possible confusion between
    • subjective in the physical-sense and elemental worlds and what lives
    • the physical-sense world. We have noted their influence there in a
    • Philia is, in a sense, the other self. But the other self, which is
    • But one stands in the fullest sense of the word at the abyss of
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    • value and what is pure nonsense at a low level of literature. Since
    • either to the physical sense world or at least to the elemental
    • but don't wish to forsake, habits of the physical sense existence
    • developing a sense of self that is especially strong and forceful. We
    • have to strengthen our sense of self, if we wish to rise into the
    • spiritual world. But in the process of strengthening our sense of
    • coming back to the sense world, he must also have the ability to do
    • that really the ordinary sense-consciousness we have on
    • influences and in the physical sense-world is actually under the sway
    • and lack of love we have achieved in the physical-sense world. When
    • world. At first one stands, in a sense, in the very center of one's
    • become carpenters of a new life shaped by karma. In this sense an
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    • ordinary sense-perception and our ordinary experience, and then turn
    • with our senses and our intellect is unable to answer it. That is the
    • Autumn how that which in a certain sense belongs to us, again decays.
    • what can be perceived by the senses and judged by the intellect, it
    • It denotes a degree of human attainment, and has no sense apart from
    • as if someone should say that it was simply nonsense that a human
    • nonsense. They are firmly convinced that a human will can never have
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    • become realities in the ordinary sense of the word. Let us keep in
    • is not simply false in such a sense that we can say: that which
    • sense is this world false. That would be as short-sighted a judgment
    • sense of the word. That is not the case, and the fact that it is not
    • superphysical in regard to that which is in the outer sense world.
    • all, sense in the whole thing if we are only an apparatus for
    • the sense-activity appears and then the inner world, but that union
    • sense-world. That which he possessed in the beginning, that which
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    • overripe in part, it was conquered, in an outer sense by Rome. An
    • can be felt in Greek. This inner soul element can still be sensed in
    • direct soul element, the kernel, the inner feeling that we sense in
    • was, in a sense, a Roman discovery. The right that lends itself to
    • to forget that these Romans combined their sense of right and their
    • political-legal thinking, although they did so in the sense of which
    • political and legal sense, even though he may not admit it to himself.
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    • sense world is necessary. This did not exist in earlier times because,
    • itself an ahrimanically perverted perception of sense reality. As
    • indicated before, observation of sense reality is one task incumbent
    • sense, at the opposite pole to Bacon, whose endeavor always directed
    • a luciferic and ahrimanic sense, from Atlantis. We know that the
    • preserved in history but, in a sense, all of mankind is subject to
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    • into our sense world from the subsensible and super-sensible worlds.
    • called ahrimanic in the fullest sense. Nevertheless, certain feelings
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    • form what works and lives behind sense perceptions.
    • Speaking in the Goethean sense, it is a leap when, through
    • Even though it gives the impression today of being pure nonsense when
    • materialistic in a far-reaching sense. It is a materialistic
    • spiritual activity lies behind the sense world. All that has been set
    • us just as there is a world that we perceive with our senses.
    • all sorts of spiritual realities and facts enter the sense world. As I
    • by the senses. The solution is to be found by thinking of individual
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    • senses that he had no desire to live merely in the world of
    • egoistic sense in the people of the Roman Empire of the concept of
    • ideal of material perception, in the sense of Goethe's “primal
    • of the senses, and to actual perception of the One Great Spirit.
    • Mongols were the victors, they turned back to Asia. But, in a sense,
    • sensory existence, existence in the material world of the senses. In
    • the world of the senses. This problem of sensory existence is closely
    • problem of birth in the widest sense is the task of the post-Atlantean
    • of the senses alone. The problem of natural urges was diverted to the
    • in the world of sense, thereby averting the true solution of these
    • of the senses, whereby this life would become egoless. For if
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    • his willing, feeling, thinking and sense perception. These, indeed,
    • Order of the Templar. In a deeper sense, however, these things must be
    • time will come when in a much more active, intense sense, one will
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    • sense, but to absurdity. If the full consequences of the views that
    • one would have to admit that there is not sense, but nonsense in
    • strongest influences working in a spiritual sense in the eighteenth
    • spiritual sense. What streamed to the Knights from this devotional
    • sorts of stupid things because it trusted its senses. The men of more
    • “Someone has lost his senses, has gone mad, to present such
    • senseless statement!” This happened not at all long ago; many
    • sense of these faculties, slept deeply in the centuries indicated. On
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    • naturally of the realities of the sense world as of
    • that his thinking in the sense-world is a mere sum-total of pictures.
    • physical sense world. That means he has to go through, as it were, by
    • proxy what is only to be gone through in the physical sense-world at
    • three threads chaotically at work. Always in a certain sense there has
    • A sense for the true origin of facts in the external world will only
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    • know nothing of the Being of Christ in the sense that is so necessary
    • for our time. We must look into these things if in a deeper sense we
    • that in November, 1879, beyond the sphere of the Sense World, in the
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    • nervous system, to our sense-organization in our life between birth
    • sense system. Between birth and death the Will, because it is united
    • be utter nonsense to say: From the preceding letter there arises the
    • wide sense where do the primal causes for external happenings in
    • comprehensive sense, the whole course of Nature really is the result
    • One cannot be a citizen of the Cosmos on one side in the sense
    • Many people today experience an inner sense of comfort in shutting
    • understanding with the former has absolutely no sense and no meaning;
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    • characterized by that living sense for immediate reality, or the
    • only upon all that the external sense-world, the world of material
    • dogma of revelation is mentioned? Today, in an all-embracing sense,
    • lies everything that we term, again in an all-embracing sense, the
    • dogma of external sense-experience, leads them in the Ahrimanic
    • sense of the word. Injustice is indeed present to an absurd extent in
    • ourselves: Man has come into this World of sense-realities out of a
    • capacities and powers enters the physical sense-world through
    • sense-experience has paved the way for the complete Ahrimanization of
    • mankind's sense-life of instinct during the last third of the
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    • in that sense, is insufficient to meet present needs. One could prove
    • worlds which is no less exact, no less conscientious in the sense of
    • than our thoughts. In a sense our thoughts, our conceptual life, play
    • sense have to exercise it. We have to select that very thing which
    • the way in which sense impressions and thoughts are experienced in the
    • ordinary soul-life. How do we experience sense impressions? In all
    • sense impressions such as those of colour and sound, heat and cold,
    • intensity and living nature of the sense experiences. Now, when this
    • ordinary soul-life in sense experiences and perceptions. It is called
    • imaginative thinking; imaginative not in the sense of arbitrary
    • comparable with the sense impressions of the ordinary life. And with
    • a single moment. In this sense we, as human beings, are
    • full human being, using the term body in its extended sense, but its
    • always filled with thoughts, sense perceptions and memories, and the
    • senses and not perceived therein. So we may learn to penetrate into an
    • received by our sense perception; we must come before the rose again.
    • only as the concentrated physical object that is seen by the senses.
    • it to the world. So much for the physical sense, but in a sense of
    • learn to look on our physical organism in a physical sense and in a
    • sense more transparent. Then do we come to experience the moment of
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    • sense a school where children are taught a particular anthroposophical
    • may be called imaginative in the real sense of the word, and in such a
    • sense impressions — but imaginative, pictorial, vivid and full of
    • the senses. The man who has attained to imaginative thinking, has
    • now in the sense of the soul) that dies into the physical body just as
    • as he comprehends, in a certain sense, only lifeless nature. It is an
    • initiation he found that in a sense he was becoming less
    • spiritual sense, he sent out feelers which felt and touched and
    • external senses and not by walking in physical bodies among men and
    • the fullest sense of the term; we are deepened and penetrated with new
    • sense for everything in the world and in mankind, and above all it can
    • sense, a resurrection of the religious life. Amongst all the other
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    • physical bodies in the sense that people on earth do today.
    • what was then considered in a certain sense the ancestry of man.
    • beings in the sense in which today we speak of freedom in connection
    • beings willed, in a sense, through the lower spirits — archangels
    • purpose and in the sense of superior, divine-spiritual will.
    • will, were, in a sense, to receive a free will of their own. That was
    • that man should become, in a sense, a twofold being. With one part of
    • a certain sense, is also a divine corpse, though on a higher plane,
    • perceiving it with his senses. In these three ways external nature
    • the naïve outer nature, perceptible to the senses, on the one
    • the inner being, the struggle became in a sense — expressed by an
    • this sense a Michael deed was performed in the super-sensible realm
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    • OU will have sensed, my dear friends, in what I was able to tell you
    • and so on. Yet here again he is limited to sense impressions; and
    • come to him who is able to grasp the Michael idea in its right sense
    • gloat over their subtlety, but it simply fails to sense how basically
    • carried out by a mere sense of duty, many a man may find satisfaction,
    • not in the least sense the presence of an elemental being dwelling in
    • An idea such as this can readily be sensed in its abundant beauty; but
    • more in detail, in the true anthroposophical sense. At the moment we
    • the sense world, where he now has his being; and I indicated further
    • — a super-sensible being in the sense of world — he instantly
    • themselves as something very special in the present-day sense-world,
    • ideas of the senses.
    • But in the meantime much has happened in the world. Man has in a sense
    • growing older; they will sense the transformation of nature as part of
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    • in the wider sense. But the knowledge of this connection certainly
    • borrowed from the sense world; but as the ego and the astral body
    • physical sense-world during our waking hours. There we live wholly
    • Everything we can think, will, or feel in the physical sense-world is
    • in the mere sense-world. — Now, when the Druid priest entered
    • Only one who had passed through a certain training could make sense of
    • subconscious sense organ: subconsciously the head perceives through
    • the chest. Just as we perceive outer events in the sense-world through
    • the eye, so the human heart is in reality a sense organ in its
    • organism. The heart is the sense organ for perceiving all this in the
    • Now, to raise this heart as a sense organ to a certain degree of
    • etc., in the human organism. The upper man, the headman, had to sense
    • in January from September, and in what way the heart as a sense organ
    • partly from sense observation, partly from deductions. The moon, for
    • just something to be understood in an abstract sense: it is a real
    • reached only by ascending, in a certain sense, to the spirit world. In
    • abstract sense, and on the other, the coarser animalistic qualities as
    • that we are tracing the process of sense perception. We experience
    • then sees ex postfacto how such a sense-process of perception
    • left his physical sense-nature — then he indeed feels a mighty,
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    • winter mean in a spiritual sense? It means that those spiritual beings
    • sense only when you realize that to receive its messages a frame of
    • earth life. We shall learn to sense the course of the year as we do the
    • described. He sensed the course of the seasons in his own body. That
    • forces from the spiritual world, in the wholly concrete sense. It is
    • the forces they need, depend in a deep sense upon the contingency of a
    • Golgotha in this sense sees death and resurrection in this way of
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    • for us when we withdraw in regard to our senses from the outer world
    • sufficiently sound sense of reality such a continuation of our
    • sense-world; and then they say: perhaps there might come into a man's
    • certain sense to the sun existence and that you travel with the light
    • perceived formerly with your physical senses begin to wear a
    • truest sense of the words. From this we gain an idea of how the
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    • death. It bears a true physiognomical expression. It is in a sense a
    • perceive, what bears a likeness to Ahriman. He is in a sense
    • all the individual organs of the body. So the body in a sense
    • fullest sense of the word on the life of man before he
    • a time when the sense for the divine-spiritual was no longer alive,
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    • sense, is comprised in adaptation to the external world is connected
    • On the other hand, what I have said may in a sense
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    • entirety, and this applies in a certain sense to his etheric body
    • cosmic sense-organ of the earth.
    • sense-impression which is thus received there arises in the soul the
    • may call a deep sense of the spiritual element in metals; for the
    • with the impression which one receives; but in a certain sense the
    • not penetrate through his eye with the nerve-sense ray; if lead did
    • Man would indeed have sense-perceptions without lead. He
    • sense-perceptions as to something outside of us. We should not be
    • able to think about our sense-perceptions, nor should we be able to
    • prove things in such a way that sense perception is always brought
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    • on. We know that we ourselves live, in a certain sense, in a sort of
    • combination, but that is nonsense. What we know as certain higher
    • modern sense did not exist. Then the whole was pervaded by
    • hardness can only be described by mentally employing the sense of
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    • as something living within himself man could in a certain sense
    • sense-organs of the head, or of the sense-organs in general you would
    • even say that this is the sense-perception of the earth in regard to
    • answered with that which it had taken up as the sense nature of the
    • these secrets which rest in the lap of time; for in a certain sense,
    • in a very particular sense, that which stood here on the Dornach hill
    • three verses of the John Gospel if we bear in mind in the right sense
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    • certain sense at the starting-point of modern spiritual life, in that
    • inner path of development, outwardly imperceptible to the senses, it
    • senses functioned no longer. They functioned no longer. After a time
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    • nevertheless in his sense organs. He felt his being in his eyes, he
    • his skin. Here especially when he experienced his sense of feeling,
    • his sense of touch spread out over his skin, he perceived: “I
    • as many times as he had senses; he felt his ego multiplied twelve
    • my sense of thinking, in my sense of speech, in my sense of touch, in
    • my sense of life. I am really split up in the world.” From this
    • sense-experiences. And out of all this there arose in his ego the
    • experience: “Why have I my senses?”
    • felt how all that is connected with the senses and with the nerve
    • continuations of the senses inwardly and is one with the inner being
    • The senses belong to the winter — this is what the pupil felt.
    • not feel himself as he did before, dismembered into his senses as a
    • multiplied in thy senses. Thou must make inwardly clear to thyself
    • senses, and found himself as if split up into the sense-world. For
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    • usually spread out before human senses were conjured up before these
    • senses. No religious or fanciful hallucinatory impressions were thus
    • with his outer senses. But he really knew when he had these
    • himself a personality only within his senses, when he so to speak
    • completely a sense-organ.
    • begins with his stomach. So it is really nonsense for the present-day
    • present sense of crystallization or the like. That which was hard as
    • pupil had been led to it, to feel himself only in his senses, when he
    • organism, and lived only in the experience in the senses, so that he
    • actually lived in his eye, in his auditory tract, in his whole sense
    • he was drawn into his senses. These senses themselves were not so
    • all nonsense. If you honestly represent external history it is
    • reason and the senses, occupied itself with that which existed as
    • place in the physical-sense World through the God Christ.
    • consciousness bound up with the reason and the senses. This stream
    • on sense perception, or proofs which could demonstrate that which had
    • gradually that which appealed to the sense-physical existence gained
    • sense world, not a Hibernian art, but an art — and even
    • physical-sense world as model, whereas the Hibernian art was founded
    • Thus a time came when in a certain sense, a veil of
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    • observed and studied in the very deepest sense, in the Chthonic
    • worked. They knew that our sense organs, especially the organ of the
    • sense. Thereby man receives the capacity of memory; the power of
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • is able to absorb them into his feeling, will be able to sense, even
    • into the world of nature in the very widest sense of the words. This
    • phantasy. What they do is simply, in a sense, to prolong the present
    • senses.”
    • sense the leaden-grey colour of the fresh metal lead extinguished the
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    • spiritual sense, regarded as his racial task. But when we come on the
    • sense aroused into the full life of consciousness in the pupils the
    • deepened, in a human sense, so that his vision was taken possession
    • forms, which in one sense are rightly valued because they are
    • could realize with truth how the Gods could be felt. For the sense of
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    • on Golgotha was in a certain sense a combination of everything which
    • thought in the sense of these medieval investigators would have said:
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    • Rosicrucians. This designation is in a certain sense quite
    • some kind of material — not glass in our modern sense
    • world. What we see as the physical Venus is in a sense simply the
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    • introduction perhaps you will permit me to speak of the sense
    • natural science in our sense; mine have been developed in an
    • sense) conception of the super-sensible world. Medicine, too,
    • as we see them today by means of our senses and the products of
    • based in the senses were not seen at all.
    • advance to this sense-oriented empiricism is rooted in the
    • beyond the cosmos revealed to sense perception today, including
    • sense-perceptible cosmos that is permeated by natural law, a
    • even consider writing off ordinary sense-oriented empirical
    • seriously pursue science also in the sense of spiritual
    • sense-oriented empiricism; it is necessary to take such
    • himself with the phenomena of the world in the sense of
    • what I actually perceive with my senses. As far as my senses
    • but the state of affairs determined by sense observation must
    • In this sense
    • in molding the brain and the liver, in the same sense as the
    • to this purely sense-oriented empirical mode of research, and
    • sense-oriented factual knowledge. They give knowledge of a
    • person living in the world knows more than sense-cognition can
    • an Imagination perceptible to the senses, something that is
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    • digestion in the narrower sense, I would pass on to discussion
    • relation to the entire nerve-sense apparatus — a
    • sense-perceptible empirical research, it would be possible to
    • be brought into harmony with the data of modern sense-oriented
    • starting point, however, must be the sense-perceptible
    • general organic activity rays out in a certain sense, at least
    • sense after the first stage of sexual maturity, but there is a
    • puberty. Even in the outer empirical sense, then, if we take
    • outer, inorganic nature. This is the sense in which we say that
    • self-contained system. In the same sense I give the name astral
    • sense-oriented empirical observations, will find expression in
    • sense up to this point of absorption into the blood and lymph.
    • sense-perceptible empirical facts themselves that as a result
    • sense, what happens here resembles the process occurring when
    • inner sense, seeing the connection between them, perceiving how
    • organism. Sense-perceptible, empirical science has a great deal
    • sense-perceptible and empirical that will provide you with
    • complicated life processes. Ordinary, sense-oriented empiricism
    • This is not in any sense a matter of fantasy. You will see that
    • psychological sense. With these you will not find a developed
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    • nerve-sense system is to be pictured as localized mainly in the
    • nerve-sense system from the rest of the organization as a
    • functional sense everything that is subject to rhythm —
    • with the system of blood circulation. In the wider sense, too,
    • nerve-sense human being. This can be verified by empirical
    • nerve-sense organization for the growth of the human being.
    • continually into contact with the nerve-sense system.
    • nerve-sense system into the rhythmic system, takes place in a
    • nerve-sense system and the circulatory system to be the
    • circulation. The nerve-sense system sends its effects into the
    • between the nerve-sense system and the metabolic system. This
    • proceeds from the head system, the nerve-sense system. This is
    • in this meeting of the metabolic system with the nerve-sense
    • between the metabolic system and the nerve-sense system, but
    • the effect of the nerve-sense system predominates. The outcome
    • of this collision between what proceeds from the nerve sense
    • occurs between the metabolic system and the nerve-sense system,
    • been a form of expression for the nerve-sense system. The
    • that therefore forms the nerve-sense system). This is an
    • nerve-sense system, rounding off the forms and shaping their
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    • introduced into the organism. That is why it is nonsense to be
    • poison.” It is nonsense, because the only point at issue
    • influences the whole activity of the senses, especially the
    • the nerve-sense system with which it is more closely related.
    • We soon find something amiss with the nerve-sense system too
    • symptoms in which the nerve-sense system is not working
    • nerve-sense system. Physiology really speaks nonsense about
    • this nerve-sense system. Forgive me for saying this — I
    • sense-oriented empiricism is, from the higher point of view,
    • the sense-perceptible reflection of something spiritual. The
    • whole human organism is the sense-perceptible reflection of
    • nerve-sense system as is generally imagined.
    • the exception of the nervous system and the senses the physical
    • the life of will, feeling, and thought. The nerve-sense life is
    • itself, while the primary function of the nerve-sense system is
    • formative. All the organs are shaped from the nerve-sense
    • verify this empirically, begin by taking the senses located in
    • the skin, spread out over the entire skin — the senses of
    • of the human organism is sculpturally formed by these senses,
    • senses. That we are capable of seeing is due to the fact that
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    • true sense of what for centuries, for millennia, had been called healing.
    • sense perception that must be explained by presupposing something
    • fruitful research, to pursue the sequence of sense images in one direction
    • the organism with forces of organization that incline toward sense
    • where the destruction of the spiritual begins. But you may already sense
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    • spiritual science. And a person like Schelling sensed them
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    • those that will be raised today. Though in a certain sense this has
    • head system or nerve-sense system, a rhythmic system, and a
    • What is important here is that while the nerve-sense system is located
    • with an anthroposophical purpose about the nerve-sense system, it is
    • extends over the entire human being so that in a certain sense the
    • nerve-sense system, on the one hand, the metabolic-limb system on the
    • physically in the nerve-sense system. It is not the case, as is
    • place in the nerve-sense system. Such an opinion does not hold up
    • with the nerve-sense system but with the rhythmic system, that just as
    • the nerve-sense system corresponds to mentally active perception, so
    • interaction of the rhythmic system with the nerve-sense system, by the
    • against the nerve-sense system, is the nerve-sense system engaged as
    • metabolic system in its functions presses against the nerve-sense
    • we have the nerve-sense system and on the other side all that
    • These two systems, however, the nerve-sense system and the
    • Within everything connected with the head system or nerve-sense
    • precisely. If the breakdown process of the nerve-sense organization
    • nature in a spiritual scientific sense. If you look at the
    • calls in his sense — not now in the intellectual sense but in
    • his sense the rational stage of science. We arrive at a science as
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    • the human organism consists of the nerve-sense system — the head
    • completely necessary breakdown processes of the nerve-sense system,
    • system, the nerve-sense system (in which there must also be metabolic
    • This is possible, in other words, because the nerve-sense activity
    • normally take place as breakdown processes only in the nerve-sense
    • opposite sense to what strives downward in the human being, substances
    • nerve-sense system on the other side, the balancing rhythmic system in
    • rickets. In a more comprehensive sense, phosphorus can generally be
    • transmitted through the nerve-sense system in human life constitutes
    • for the head system, for the nerve-sense system, is waking
    • an open sense for spiritual science. Such an individual could have
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    • way of introduction, I may perhaps be permitted to speak of the sense
    • time when there was no science in our sense; mine have been developed
    • Cosmos as well as the Cosmos revealed to sense-perception to-day,
    • concern themselves with the phenomena of the world in the sense of
    • perceive with my senses. So far as my senses are concerned, the same
    • this sense our conception of a liver-cell must differ essentially
    • same sense as the Earth plays its part in the direction taken by the
    • knows more than sense-cognition can tell him because he can rise to a
    • real Imagination, an Imagination that is real in the concrete sense,
    • sense as the structure of the brain is an adequate expression for the
    • Inspiration brought down into the world of sense. A man who strives
    • sense. My aim is to show that in this scientific medicine there is a
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    • advise a study, both in the anatomical and physiological sense, of
    • canal concerned with digestion in the narrower sense, I should pass
    • their relation to the system of nerves and senses — a relation
    • sense after the first occurrence of sexual activity, but to a certain
    • in the outer empirical sense — if we take all the factors into
    • of outer Nature. This is the sense in which we say that man has an
    • self-contained and complete in itself. In the same sense I give the
    • digestion or nourishment in the widest sense, up to that point. If we
    • life. In a wider sense, what happens here resembles the process
    • and lungs. We observe them in an inner sense, seeing the relation
    • in any sense a matter of fantasy. We ask you to study the kidney
    • of an Ego-organisation in the psychological sense, and you will find
    • and all that you discover can be verified in a purely material sense.
    • plants and the systems of nerves and senses and digestion in man.
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    • senses is to be conceived of as being localised mainly in the head,
    • only of course in this sense the head-organisation really extends
    • place — we differentiate the system of nerves and senses from
    • second, or rhythmic, system includes, in the functional sense, all
    • sense, too, there is the rhythm that is essentially present in the
    • system (including the limbs) to the system of nerves and senses. This
    • continually into contact with the system of nerves and senses. All
    • system, set against that which flows from the nerves and senses
    • continuation of the system of nerves and senses, and the circulatory
    • life. The system of nerves and senses, again, sends its workings into
    • senses and the metabolic system; and this can again be observed in
    • senses. This is a relationship of great significance.
    • between the metabolic system and the system of nerves and senses is
    • system of nerves and senses, but the nervous and sensory action
    • proceed from the nerves and senses on the one hand and the metabolic
    • senses, but this time the metabolic system dominates. This is
    • the system of nerves and senses. The metabolic system pulses upwards
    • (2) forces that proceed from the system of nerves and senses, which
    • of the man of nerves and senses. So that when the organism is ready
    • this is subject to the system of nerves and senses) only at the
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    • in the nature of things it is nonsense to be fanatical about medicine
    • that is ‘free from poison.’ It is nonsense because the
    • activity of the senses, especially the activity of the head. The
    • processes, but turns back to the system of nerves and senses with
    • something is amiss with the system of nerves and senses, too —
    • where the nerves and senses are not working in the right way. And now
    • nerves and senses.
    • really talks nonsense about the nerves and senses. Forgive me for
    • which can be demonstrated in the sense of objective empiricism, is,
    • case of the system of nerves and senses as is generally imagined.
    • nervous system and the senses, the physical organisation constitutes
    • life of volition, feeling and thought. The life of nerves and senses
    • The primary function of the system of nerves and senses is formative,
    • system of nerves and senses.
    • you want to verify this, begin by taking the senses that have their
    • senses of warmth and of touch — and try to envisage how the
    • senses, whereas the forms of the special organs are built up by other
    • senses. Sight itself is due to the fact that something remains over
    • life this is done by the nerve-organs which extend from the senses
    • towards the inner parts of the human organism. Higher sense-activity,
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    • express what we may call the conditions of credit in the newest sense
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    • man in a certain sense from the actual economic process, just because
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    • mysterious nonsense, false and senseless mysticism, many varieties of
    • obscure nonsense are attached to the work attempted by this movement
    • when, we perceive only with our outer senses? And do we not find
    • ordinary naturalistic sense of the word. Let us ask ourselves —
    • perfect landscape painting, however perfect, equals in any sense the
    • always be in one sense a luxury for those whose lives are free from
    • lies at the base of all sense-life? Little wonder that art has not
    • found the way out of the world of sense since science itself has lost
    • registering the outer facts of the senses, or at most to comprise
    • sense-perception should find entrance into scientific research. In
    • mere world of the senses, and we hear that in these official quarters
    • the outer sense-perceptions, or at most they have attempted to
    • senses the living spirit and the living soul. My writings to
    • outer world of the senses and to the combining and systematizing of
    • involved in the objects of the senses, in our endeavors to gain a
    • sense-world surround us. Abstract observations are the fruit of
    • concerned with human life), one set, leading from the sense organs to
    • sense-perceptions, the stimulus communicating itself to the nerve
    • nerves. While the other sensitive nerves pass from the sense organs
    • to the central organ, so that the outer sense-perceptions may be
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    • foreign to life; in one sense it has acquired an abstract character.
    • commonly well-intentioned, whose ethical sense for the need of a
    • sense to work in the whole community, so that the impulses of the
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    • senses.
    • perception does not rest on outer sense perception; it is the result
    • love to internationalism, in the sense already indicated. But egoism
    • in the true sense of spiritual science, as it is taught here, he who
    • himself to the most absolute truth in the world of the senses; he
    • in the world of his five senses. Especially he who would penetrate
    • into the spiritual world must use his five senses in a true and sane
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    • social and economic questions in the modern sense could pursue their
    • in Political Economy. What they built up was altogether in this sense,
    • another sense the whole thing was quite unconscious.
    • beings to understand such a thing as this in a really practical sense.
    • domain, we speak of the value of a commodity. It is nonsense to define
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    • much to do to build it. Nevertheless, in the true economic sense, we
    • Value” in the true economic sense, we must disregard this
    • nonsense. For the same amount is consumed whether a man chops wood or
    • sense of Economics. Indirectly it is of great significance, for on the
    • thinking at this point is a colossal piece of nonsense.
    • in the economic sense, nor can it be regarded as in any way a factor
    • speak in a somewhat different sense from before. Even in the most
    • sense, is turned to good account by the Spirit. Incidentally the
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    • hold of directly. There is no real sense in trying to take hold by
    • have grown accustomed in a certain sense to compare with one another.
    • Labour was performed in a certain sense instinctively. Whether one man
    • wider sense of the term.
    • nothing else than modern Democracy — the sense for the equality
    • remark not in an ethical but in a purely economic sense. Economically
    • purely economic sense. It is neither a God, nor a moral law, nor an
    • this: To this day, every wage-earner in the ordinary sense is a man
    • sense of social needs.
    • or mainly so — in an absolute sense
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    • Labour in the economic sense, is now divided. It will, of course,
    • in the economic sense Money is the Spirit at work in the economic
    • be talking — economically — sheer nonsense. It is immaterial
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    • this labour of Capital is not labour in the old sense; rather the
    • Capital into the service of the Spirit in the sense which I explained
    • absolute nonsense. If you do improve the quality of the land, you only
    • value of land in the sense of present-day Economics is in real truth
    • other hand it is true to say, in a certain sense, that this is not so.
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    • factor in the economic sense. The determining factor is the time he
    • producer in the economic sense is a question which has been much
    • — taking the word “market” in the widest sense. But
    • constitutes “paying” in the proper sense of the word. Now
    • economic sense they are none the less free gifts, and such gifts are
    • economic sense. The point is, how must the thing be conceived in the
    • economic sense, for whatever else has to be done must take its start
    • productive factor into the future, even in the economic sense. It is
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    • way not in accordance with what in a deeper sense they really are. I
    • production (in the widest sense of the term) be received in turn by
    • call Commodity in the proper sense. For the commodity is at
    • true sense of the word. How does a piece of goods become a
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    • that of Price. The point will now be to observe prices in the sense
    • “demand” in the cruder sense. If I wish to develop a
    • be regarded — in this sense — as rights realised,
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    • economic sense if we did not strike the balance in this way, setting
    • opinion in the sense of judgment. We may say that in our time the
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    • Labour — divided Labour — is caught up, in a certain sense,
    • economic process. I mean it literally, in the true sense of the word
    • forward in the process of “work” in the sense of Physics.
    • “work” in the sense of Physics? If I describe
    • in the purely economic sense — advantage or profit
    • Mass in the process of “work” in the sense of Physics.
    • that there is no sense nowadays in studying economic processes other
    • words, that to act rightly in the economic sense, we must make up our
    • the community-spirit — the sense of community, the sense
    • uses what he buys can do no other than satisfy his own egoistic sense.
    • egoistic sense. As a single man in the economic life, he cannot say,
    • organism with inherent intelligence, just as the nerves-and-senses
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    • in a sense the most primitive creatures are still here, existing side
    • was a “kingdom” in a quite external sense, but it was
    • it that arises at this stage in the true sense of national economy? It
    • them. Thus the increased yield of farm-Labour is in a certain sense
    • in a certain sense disposed as for world-economy. What we have to do,
    • the economic sense of the word, are free gifts, pure and simple.
    • thing is inevitable in a truly economic sense: What would otherwise
    • question: How (in the sense of economics) must we buy and sell, so
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    • in the subjective sense. Economically speaking, the subjective is only
    • an objective sense. The economic question nowadays cannot be isolated
    • question of free gifts. If you are thinking in a true economic sense,
    • money to lend. You will not let him lend it in a senseless way. You
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    • is to value in the economic sense that which comes into the process
    • not be possible to grasp with ordinary common sense, unless we look
    • of the land — in the widest sense of the term — as the
    • in the economic sense — will come to be valued economically.
    • conceived in an economic sense), and their school lessons — with
    • does it signify, in the economic sense, if a man paints a picture
    • transmuted; which is sheer nonsense. The spiritual cannot be
    • form; they are only there in an approximately absolute sense. After
    • absolute sense. For on the other side (V=S-L), however much a painter
    • progress in the economic sense; it would at most be a process of
    • numerical sense. In a purely numerical sense, it affects the value of
    • positive sense. The point is that the physical Labour is divested, to
    • production from the soil, taken in the widest sense, of course, is
    • agriculture, or the working of the land in the widest sense, upon the
    • certain sense, to the state of primitive barter. Those who create
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    • objections can be made to what has been said. In a sense I shall be
    • dogmatic theories; and it is in this sense that you must conceive the
    • united with an object of Nature.” In a certain sense, we can
    • saying in any other than a figurative sense. Yet these are the actual
    • justly be reckoned a commodity, an economic value, in the sense that
    • we have slid into the empty phrase out of the sense of Right
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    • The man sensed the presence and impulse of those spiritual forces of
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    • become what forms our life of nerves and senses. All this is
    • moreover he himself has in a certain sense been working down into the
    • each other, you once again were in a sense the mediator. So did you
    • the deeper sense, is able to observe human souls in their continued
    • take the sense of wonder deep into our soul when we not only say a,
    • Ah.]. Ach signifies: “A — I feel wonder. The sense
    • that is no longer language in the ordinary sense, and what we then
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    • Earth? What can his senses and his sense-bound intellect tell him?
    • senses. With the aid of his senses, he perceives and cognizes the
    • breath into the organism of man. What man perceives with his senses
    • history in our sense of the word. The Greek is much more interested
    • than the worlds we can perceive with our external senses and explain
    • with the sense-bound intellect. To achieve a knowledge of Man as a
    • sense that I would express in conclusion the earnest desire, my dear
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    • perceive them with our senses; nevertheless they are there, and they
    • are accustomed, man perceives with his senses. The super-sensible
    • looking around us with the help of our senses, we behold the surface
    • seen because they lack a body that is visible to the senses. They are
    • behind the world of the senses, does not reach to super-sensible
    • eyes, in the ears, — in short, in the sense organs of man. So
    • exterior, work in his sense organs. The influences, for example,
    • is to say, they want first to give him senses that are properly
    • and then to supply him with nerves that run from the senses and
    • extend inwards into the organism. Saturn gives the senses,
    • with all that is on the surface of his body. For the senses, and the
    • senses, acquit themselves most praise-worthily — if I may
    • through the senses. When therefore the air-fire beings seek to
    • permeate man through and through with his sense nature, it is with
    • senses. The result would be that the person would succumb to
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    • of the body, there are your senses. Through all that is thus
    • helping mankind's future. In the true sense we must understand the
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    • The man sensed the presence and impulse of those spiritual forces of
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    • become what forms our life of nerves and senses. All this is
    • moreover he himself has in a certain sense been working down into the
    • each other, you once again were in a sense the mediator. So did you
    • the deeper sense, is able to observe human souls in their continued
    • Moreover we take the sense of wonder deep into our soul when we not only
    • Ah.]. Ach signifies: “A — I feel wonder. The sense
    • that is no longer language in the ordinary sense, and what we then
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    • Earth? What can his senses and his sense-bound intellect tell him?
    • senses. With the aid of his senses, he perceives and cognizes the
    • breath into the organism of man. What man perceives with his senses
    • history in our sense of the word. The Greek is much more interested
    • than the worlds we can perceive with our external senses and explain
    • with the sense-bound intellect. To achieve a knowledge of Man as a
    • sense that I would express in conclusion the earnest desire, my dear
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    • perceive them with our senses; nevertheless they are there, and they
    • are accustomed, man perceives with his senses. The super-sensible
    • looking around us with the help of our senses, we behold the surface
    • seen because they lack a body that is visible to the senses. They are
    • behind the world of the senses, does not reach to super-sensible
    • eyes, in the ears, — in short, in the sense organs of man. So
    • exterior, work in his sense organs. The influences, for example,
    • is to say, they want first to give him senses that are properly
    • and then to supply him with nerves that run from the senses and
    • extend inwards into the organism. Saturn gives the senses,
    • with all that is on the surface of his body. For the senses, and the
    • senses, acquit themselves most praise-worthily — if I may
    • through the senses. When therefore the air-fire beings seek to
    • permeate man through and through with his sense nature, it is with
    • senses. The result would be that the person would succumb to
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    • of the body, there are your senses. Through all that is thus
    • helping mankind's future. In the true sense we must understand the
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    • think, feel, and sense their content and significance but when, under
    • spiritual beings to whom he can no longer look up with normal senses
    • higher world. It has thus learned to feel and to sense entirely
    • were divine-spiritual in a totally different sense from the forces of
    • the senses and accordingly more firmly entrenched in this world of
    • the senses. This period, during which emerged the inner
    • outer world of the senses and to the intellect that elaborated the
    • sense impressions that they could now only reflect upon the spiritual
    • to and rooted in the world of the senses. This was necessary in order
    • sense himself as an individual being. This last period is called Kali
    • Accordingly, we must calculate that, in the sense in which we first
    • restricted to the outer world of the senses. We thus see that our
    • was no longer able to go forth from the world of the senses into the
    • different sense. We learn that it imposes a tremendous responsibility
    • divine spirituality, sank down into the physical world of the senses.
    • which entangled him in the sense world. Now this spirit must find the
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    • any sense or purpose in the fact that the human soul appears again
    • precise and intimate concerning the sense and significance of the
    • can then acquire an inner sense of obligation and responsibility to
    • senses, in an exact way, the outer facts of the world. Man possesses
    • which he is able to apply to sense perception and by means of which
    • he can combine what he perceives through the senses, in this way
    • perceive the things of the world through his outer senses and to
    • objective, yet it is senseless, because nature continually makes
    • took place at the time when He walked on earth. In this sense we may
    • self, through the sense for truth inherent in ordinary
    • it is an illusion of their senses, since such a thing, so they will
    • sense to use our incarnations well, but we have also seen that the
    • must learn to understand in the right sense this return of Christ. We
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    • wished to leave this world and ascend again. The world of the senses
    • had brought him into this world. One speaks in a Christian sense,
    • not the world of the senses that is wrong but human knowledge that
    • senses remained. Paul said that man should purify his forces, his
    • Rend the veil, and the world of the senses becomes transparent; we
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    • a higher sense represents this contrast? Can we find in the cosmos
    • kingdom hold good in the strict sense only since the Lemurian epoch
    • countenance, has in a sense torn itself free from bondage to the earth
    • and earth did not become, in the same sense, a contrast in their own
    • sense we may say that this whole cosmic adjustment that we know today
    • other sense the limbs, that correspond most closely in outer form to
    • exception of head and limbs, is in the deepest sense a mirage, and
    • then will an occult anatomy exist in the real sense. As I have told
    • things up and in a certain sense is necessary in order that the
    • earlier times, when in a sense it was fruitful for humanity that it
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    • judgment to the world of the senses and yet that also cultivate human
    • hierarchies, for example, in the Christian sense; it formed in detail
    • clairvoyance to sense perception and intellectual judgment, so was
    • consciousness of God within the world of the senses, he may now lead
    • come to pass for humanity if we interpret in the right sense the omen
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    • man to depend solely upon what was accessible to his outer senses and
    • not dependent only upon his outer senses and intellect, but he still
    • domain. He was then in a state of ecstasy; his sense of I was
    • that one must draw all knowledge from the world of the senses. If
    • called blessed. Such a person was a clairvoyant in the old sense, and
    • shown how in the most intimate sense the heart is the expression of
    • were, like a carpet before his senses. With Abraham, we see the first
    • the senses was something that made it possible for the human I to
    • revealed Himself to man's senses and spoke to his innermost being. A
    • revives the age of Abraham, but in the sense that human beings are
    • being led away from the world accessible to our physical senses. The
    • was only to be found in the world of the senses, we shall now grow
    • beyond the world of the senses and into the spiritual world.
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    • perceive the world of the senses and can think it through inwardly.
    • world of the senses to be able, by means of a growing capacity for
    • though human perception was limited to the senses. It was through the
    • of the physical senses. For this reason came the mighty prophecy of
    • it in Christ Himself through the medium of the senses. In order that
    • body to be perceived by the physical senses. For future clairvoyance
    • anthroposophists will await Christ's appearance to the higher senses.
    • spiritual senses. Those who will not have these faculties, who have
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VIII: The Etheric Vision of the Future
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    • nonsense to modern readers, especially the most “enlightened.”
    • If one approaches this “nonsense” with the tools of
    • senselessly, without understanding. Human life is really nonsensical
    • sense that we have overcome the Dark Age and are approaching a more
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    • man is, in a certain sense, essentially always asleep. He sleeps
    • you know that one can wake in the esoteric sense during the day, that
    • his spiritual senses. In the night, of course, we are asleep in the
    • senses they will know that there is an etheric body that will move
    • live. Only when this is the case do we experience in the right sense;
    • spoke. Goethe spoke about it in the same sense; he has written two
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture X: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 1
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    • spirit,” as the psychoanalysts use it, has no sense whatsoever.
    • sense impressions of the material, of the sense world, condemns
    • sense within earthly conditions until he — and this may endure
    • strivings, which are in the true sense of the word anti-Christian, to
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    • being as experience from nature through sense perception. Behind the
    • sifted. When we perceive through our senses, nature is, as it were,
    • embodying the forces of evil in a good sense, then at the same time
    • not belong in the same sense to the rest of the earth, because before
    • double than on what must be won for humanity in the sense of
    • truths can be misused if they are not applied in the sense of the
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    • senses.” It is indeed difficult to stagger over all these
    • reword them is impossible for me, as they are too senseless in their
    • sense. That is what matters. It is not a question of the what in this
    • that people who know about these things in the right sense do not
    • centuries. In the ancient atavistic sense they were also viewed more
    • grow out of the chicken. This is a piece of nonsense. The egg does
    • hidden spiritual workings. Only one who knows in the true sense that
    • in a group-egotistical sense what I presented to you as the great
    • unfortunately by many in an egotistical sense — as cosmic
    • harmful. Through this one will achieve what in a certain sense
    • in the sense that I have spoken in these studies of spiritual weight
    • senses,” and so on, does nothing but spread a fog over things
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    • certain sense with images that have been taken from physical,
    • a certain sense, of the realm of the dead and the realm of the
    • insensitivity in the sense of our plant and animal realms is not
    • In a sense, this characterizes the lowest realm that man
    • sense a component of the secular religion of humanity. The various
    • certain sense the basis, the foundation for his activity there,
    • clearly only his sense perceptions and his thoughts. Waking
    • sense perceptions and mental pictures, and our will is not
    • much to do with what goes on in the animal realm. That is in a sense
    • arises for each and every dead person, in an entirely different sense
    • experiences that relate us to the fact that one senses the existence
    • gaze is only hidden from our sense perceptions and our mental
    • this earthly life; in a sense, he cannot escape from it, and he
    • perceive that the Christ impulse must, in the most profound sense, be
    • speak of the Gospels being true in an ordinary historical sense,
    • ordinary historical sense.
    • these will never, in the most profound sense, be of any use. Humanity
    • have just said will not be taken in an abstract sense, so that
    • learns, just as he now beholds the world of the senses through his
    • sense perceptions, to observe just as consciously the course of his
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    • senses, the capacity of perception. A man of livelier spirit, who
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    • historian, for instance, in the present-day sense (Herman Grimm at
    • such picture-conceptions, if one is speaking in an earnest sense
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    • modern consciousness of the sense world alone.
    • air, fire. Of chemical substances, in the modern sense of the word,
    • thirteenth and fourteenth centuries — even in a sense, the
    • time physical experience in the senses; that is to say, when the
    • warmth is all that interests me.” He talks nonsense, of
    • all knowledge of the spiritual world when one can speak in the sense
    • could not possibly say otherwise than that it is nonsense, because
    • this is what it appears to be if, in the modern sense, one thinks of
    • experiment, which then proves to be nonsense. For you will not expect
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    • conditions for using your senses and your feeling and your
    • in the sense of such mediaeval forms of Initiation were however very
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    • modern consciousness of the sense world alone.
    • Mysteries in the old sense
    • sense of the ancient Mysteries, and who experienced hard and heavy
    • happens on Earth. Speaking in the sense of Pico della Mirandola we
    • the Fall into Sin was understood in this sense) “and in order
    • life of the physical senses has its spiritual counterpart; we have
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    • depth of feeling. They are filled with the sense that men have
    • picture of the World, it must be drawn in the old Ptolemaic sense:
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    • modern consciousness of the sense world alone.
    • symbols is really nonsense; so too is all theorising about symbols.
    • little sense if Hebrew words are written, words that are no longer
    • sensed in any way. And it was known that there is a fine fluid
    • faculty in other animals too. It was shown to them how this sense for
    • himself has fashioned, in his eye, in his sense-world-beholding eye,
    • it appears to be merely a sense of smell, but the faculty, the
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    • modern consciousness of the sense world alone.
    • Christian Rosenkreutz. This individuality is, in a sense, the type
    • in a sense, be written somewhere. Every such knowledge, in effect, to
    • sense-observation — then neither earth nor water nor air
    • themselves in the old sense, can they find the secrets of the world,
    • men. In this sense I have held the lectures this Christmas-time, so
    • spiritual sense, of course; but Michael is taciturn. He is a Spirit
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    • sense-perceptible nature, cannot be used in speaking of the spiritual
    • physically sense-perceptible world, there reveals itself to him a
    • sense, we should be aware of a sulphurous taste and even of a
    • Dragon are painted in the spiritual sense of to-day (for older ways of
    • added a spiritual element penetrated with the meaning and sense of
    • will, if we want to be man in the true sense of the
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    • the name of Christian Rosenkreutz. This individuality is, in a sense,
    • knowledge too must, in a certain sense, be written somewhere. Every
    • logical sequence of ideas and the results of sense-observation
    • sense, can they find the secrets of the world, but only by so
    • of men. In this sense I have held the lectures this Christmas-time,
    • ruling Archangels are talkative Spirits — in a spiritual sense,
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    • impulses in civilisation which appear, for instance, in the sense
    • super-sensible into the sense world. Whereas during the previous period
    • men's souls were bound to what the senses observe and what the mind
    • super-sensible world into earthly sense-evolution.
    • super-sensible world was at work in the world of the senses,
    • which man turned his mind to the physical plane of the senses and was
    • senses, we can also point to what takes place here in the sense-world
    • behind the world of the senses. Hitherto man has been able to possess
    • colouring which he then showed in his life in the sense world did not
    • personality will become something quite different. In a sense man was
    • expression of this in the sense world is, that whereas during past
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    • floods of super-sensible life down into the world of the senses. There
    • But now, impossible as is a sense knowledge of life, equally
    • event that is only possible in the sense world, not in the
    • into the sense world, into the world of man, so that even in this
    • world of the senses a new understanding for the Christ can begin.
    • the super-sensible evolution which lies behind our sense evolution, we
    • the nature of the super-sensible world which underlies the sense world
    • happening behind our physical sense evolution. And to feel ourselves
    • a time when spiritual life is flowing into the sense world. These
    • Dragon. To receive the inflow of spiritual life into the sense
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    • spiritual sense to the course of the seasons. There is really a deep
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    • order to use the bodily senses that are governed by the laws of
    • asleep. The human soul withdraws from the sense world and from the
    • the physical-sense world. Then there comes to the soul what one may
    • its bent toward the burdensome sense-world, which, however,
    • condition of soul that is normal, taking in sense impressions from
    • days that we can call — in the best sense of the word —
    • senses that all the words one could theoretically use would only
    • senses, it finds only the lower species up to the level of the
    • for the intellect: a sensing within ourselves, a sense for what is
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    • tales and legends. In a wider sense this principle can be extended to
    • such an intermediate state, the external senses were silent, while
    • outer senses are silenced the soul comes to life.
    • when we free ourselves from sense perception, we find the whole realm
    • that lies behind sense perception peopled with such forms. In our
    • still happening behind the world of sense in the spiritual world,
    • through the transparent touch one has as a sense in the spiritual
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    • senses but in the spiritual world.
    • thought and memory, without any picture to the senses — the memory
    • develop the sense for material things. Men lose the inner
    • human soul was aware how the man who in the earthly sense passes
    • reawakening the sense of man to the true Resurrection thought.
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    • permeates the physical — permeates the nerves-and-senses system,
    • looks outward through the senses and becomes aware of the surrounding
    • look inward through the senses, whereas in ordinary life he looked
    • the senses nor conceived by the intellect. These forces transplant the
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    • Cosmos; he moved not with the physical feet and legs but in the sense
    • become a light being of the Moon. I do not mean it in a symbolic sense
    • say that those old Initiates in a certain sense experienced the year
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    • in reality impossible. And in this sense we shall rightly use the
    • constellations of the Sun and Moon considered in a spiritual sense. I
    • sense. Only at his descent to Earth did he become man and woman. But
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    • in the old sense of the word — this signified colossal
    • perceptions: then these ideas are in the real sense divine! In human
    • world through his senses. But this union must first be achieved. How
    • scientific sense, ideas, thoughts, could also be found from outside,
    • outwards, that is to say, to use his senses and through them to
    • acquire ideas based on sense-perceptions. The decree went forth: Man
    • experienced in the real sense only when the human soul takes Christ
    • see the material world of sense. We must even accustom ourselves to
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    • sense-observation, there surged within him those inner forces of the
    • of expression on his countenance; but in a certain sense his bodily
    • sense it can be said of man that his physical body today is fixed
    • as now his actions are influenced by sense-perceptions. We must
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    • in man, our sense of an inner connection between the human being and
    • the fixed stars. This was what gave him the sense and security of his
    • man believes would appear as complete nonsense. For the ancient human
    • the sense of living in the present was little developed. To human beings
    • slowly — the folk concept, the sense of being part of a people. In
    • sensed in its immediacy. Yet man was still aware of a cosmic thought
    • arrived at the point where he sensed his relation to earthly gravity.
    • indefiniteness. The Greeks still had a clear sense for the truth that
    • above and beyond the physical sense world before he can find it again
    • within the sense world.
    • Man not only became an earth citizen in the Greek sense; today he is
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    • his contemporaries sensed the unity of spiritual life and art is no
    • so abstractly. Things were felt, they were sensed subconsciously. But
    • To understand a cemetery-surrounded church we must develop a sense for
    • epochs when such realities were sensed, man had a strong desire not to
    • perceptive, he sensed that his head had been given him by the spiritual
    • earth life, to the death-pole, so in times when man had a sense for the
    • human being brings with him, in a certain sense, what has been passed
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    • man himself, whose head, in a certain sense, points to the whole human
    • the joy of primitive people in their garments, and their sense
    • on the plane, in color, and it is nonsense for him to strive for the
    • as such. If someone covers the plane with blue, we should sense a retreat,
    • of linear perspective: a sense for the plane, for the withdrawal and
    • the plane falsifies; what must be acquired is a sense for the movement
    • painting. It makes no sense in painting to speak of anything as inside
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    • an earth life, that brings about a sense of the validity of all that
    • intensity: What can be learned through the physical senses leads to
    • though placed among historical events comprehensible to the senses,
    • standing before his senses. Greek art, so abundant in Italy, and now
    • Goethe was a classicist in the sense (if we use words which satisfactorily
    • realms, home of his soul. Sense-evidence should be purified, elevated
    • How can I raise sense-reality to the radiance of the spiritual? At the
    • longing for the spirit. Through this book one senses what Goethe felt
    • same longing. In Rome both men sensed, at last, something of the breath
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    • fathom the poetry of the bearers of ancient culture (it is nonsense,
    • has coarsened; we no longer sense what, in the not so distant past,
    • than all his vaunted science. From whatever is useful in this sense,
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    • to speak, in this sense, of beauty's opposite, we would call it the
    • sense we strive for the beautiful in art, what is our goal? The very
    • For what shines? What we apprehend with our senses does not need to
    • in the sense of our recent lectures. Perceiving the gold in gold's color,
    • times, when man's artistic sense was not outward but inward, he painted
    • a human forehead the way one believes it should look is nonsense; this
    • a sense for painting, we look at an interior view, the matter of most
    • formless one attains, in a certain sense, the zenith of the artistic.
    • but to full realization through his will is — in the true sense
    • in a good or bad sense. Today in this age when man is in the process
    • tragedy was possible. In this sense the tragic will have to taper off
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    • artistic. For here in our sense world art is always an influx of the
    • the universe; one senses a totality. If, on the other hand, one looks
    • of the senses, he lacks something. He has not received from the universe
    • what the well-coated bear and dog received. In sense appearance he stands,
    • views with artistic sense the colorful clothes of primitive people sees
    • dreadful thing for a sculptor to think with his head. It is nonsense;
    • lies the healthy vital peach-blossom flesh-tint. And just as we sense
    • distance. Then our sense of self is kindled. To repeat: if we wake in
    • Though I say “light,” I could just as well take another sense
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    • they have, in a sense, shadow natures. White, as dimmed light, is the
    • in the sense of saturated surfaces; which makes them, also, shadowlike.
    • pentatonic scales, this sense of the divine gradually diminished.
    • sensed that the god who lives and weaves in the plastic and musical
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    • without conveying any sense of reality. For instance it is not
    • matters stand. Heredity, in the sense in which it is spoken of by
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    • In first epoch of life child is wholly sense-organ. Nature of child's
    • sense-organ.” You must take this quite literally: wholly
    • sense-organ.
    • sense-organ? The characteristic thing is that the sense-organ is
    • the physicist would look upon this picture with a finer sense of
    • This is the essential point. The child is wholly sense-organ, and
    • really entirely sense-organ.
    • the change of teeth is complete the child is no longer a sense-organ
    • whole body for he is also an organ of sense with regard to taste. He
    • early years are wholly sense-organ, though life is not easy for such.
    • sense-organ now enables him to develop above all the gift of fantasy
    • seven so wholly into a sense-organ now becomes more inward; it enters
    • the soul life. The sense-organs do not think; they perceive pictures,
    • the child's sense experiences have already a quality of soul, it is
    • what he does possess is an artistic sense, a faculty for creating
    • take into consideration in the strictest sense if you wish to give
    • the best sense.
    • The reality is this, speaking of course in a general sense: the child
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    • it is nonsense to examine a hair by itself as though it could
    • object-lesson teaching of the present day is utter nonsense.
    • sense of smell for everything. A wonderful sense of smell! A dog does
    • sense of smell. Nowadays we have police dogs. They are led to the
    • sense of smell, only this latter has been transformed into something
    • principally to do with cause and effect in the sense of the words
    • children are brought to a sense of shame in this way without drawing
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    • Edith Miller, you come out and retell it.” There is no sense in
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    • but in a healthy sense. And humour must find its place in teaching.
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    • and the change of teeth is in a certain sense being drawn out of the
    • sense picture of it. But if the violin could feel how each string
    • absolutely untrue. The whole thing is nonsense.
    • of the body man is in a sense free, although he also does many things
    • all untrue. It is really all nonsense. Space is something concrete of
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    • three members — the nerve-senses man, that is, all that
    • the nerve-senses organisation that is at work. [Dr.
    • also tire. The head, or the nerve-senses organism, and the
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    • having a sense for what renders the organism skilled, light and
    • supple; and when one has this sense, one has then simply to
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    • medical course, which it nevertheless will be in a sense. But I shall
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    • is the heart after all? It is a sense organ, and even if its sensory
    • of nutrition and digestion in the widest sense, up to their
    • digestion, and metabolism in its usual sense, form the other pole of
    • nerves and senses, must somehow govern a function of the lower sphere
    • apparatus of nutrition and digestion in the widest sense, there is a
    • Specific manifestations of hysteria in its narrower sense are nothing
    • and in some sense, the negative of the lower processes. It is not that
    • But of course, we must use these terms in a wider sense than that
    • upper sphere and in some sense infects it, appearing in its own
    • a sense to another. Therefore it is entirely reasonable to come to
    • homeopathic way. In a certain sense it is diametrically opposed to the
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    • observing normal processes — in the current sense of the term — in
    • state: the influences through sense perception, which then extend to
    • sense directly contrary to one another, when looked at in the light of
    • the facts show, is also present in a certain sense in milk; for if
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    • This is that man as a threefold being, in his nerves and senses
    • man's nervous and senses system. This aspect of our nature is far more
    • world. The special significance of the nerves and senses system for
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    • therapeutics and where, in a certain sense, we build a bridge between
    • co-operate, but, with some social sense, this would perhaps be
    • with nerves and senses, with a circulatory system, and with
    • metabolism; and as circulation is the bridge linking nerves and senses
    • is in a certain sense at work also when imponderables become
    • the phosphor substance. So we may maintain that, in a certain sense,
    • leaf formation; but in a reversed sense, bearing within him the
    • the way towards mankind; man is not opposed in the same sense to the
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    • functional sense. Therefore, in order to find the direct
    • solar system in an astronomical sense; they do not really belong to it
    • remarks, is mere nonsense according to modern chemical concepts, for
    • made nonsense. He did not realise that the terminology of archaic
    • many of its expressions must be read in a wholly different sense.
    • Therefore he made nonsense of the passage. His opinion was, of course,
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    • have to be confirmed by external and sense-perceptible facts, for the
    • this angle, the observer would indisputably develop a sense of
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    • perceives through his different senses. You can at least admit the
    • to the atmospheric and astral regions (in the literal sense of a
    • occult research, we can intuitively sense a living interchange between
    • through your sense of smell. There you undoubtedly have
    • sense of smell, we have a process that enables us to take part in the
    • Now take the sense of taste, and, as an example, something not unlike
    • the scent of the lime blossom, though appealing to another sense, say
    • both these senses, you experience the twofold relationship which the
    • what we have just said, for instance, that the sense of smell is
    • the plant-world). Both these sense activities occur within the
    • into the physical on the other. The sense of smell reaches outwards
    • aromatic qualities of plants, through which, in a certain sense, they
    • aroma-process directed upwards is, in a certain sense, suspended
    • possible, and from motives of opportunism in a higher sense, I shall
    • of the eye. In each one of our senses, we must distinguish between
    • come to the opposite pole of the sense of sight; we find, as it were,
    • sense enables you to recognise what in the outer world around you
    • not bound indeed in any materialistic sense, but in that peculiar
    • sense of which you know from other lectures. For in thinking and the
    • seeing, once more turned inward in a certain sense.
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    • between the two senses, smell and taste, how human nature enters into
    • and smell. In all that concerns the remaining senses, they lie further
    • more limited sense of what goes on between the chewing of the food
    • The sense of sight perceives those external objects which as it were
    • This latter appropriates as it were the elements revealed to our sense
    • to the meteorological processes — again in the widest sense of the
    • the external “meteorological” conditions in the widest sense. Although
    • cultivate the sense of taste, and try to distinguish flavours as such,
    • to a lesser extent on the lower senses, as, e.g., taste and smell, and
    • that every one of the senses in man has fine shades of
    • such a sense will lead to a certain valuation concerning remedies. On
    • sensations. We have only to acquire the sense of difference between
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    • a certain sense, to a particular realm.
    • in the sense pointed out yesterday in Dr. S.'s address. On the other
    • sense of taste. This bitter extract, which still preserves its nature
    • which I have made may sound in his language. This is the sense in
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    • its widest sense, including all the urinary functions. The innermost
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    • and astral body separate, in a sense, from the other vehicles, though
    • this separation takes place more in a dynamic sense, and return again
    • certain sense on moral ruin. But with their contemporary moral
    • they are made as, in a sense, exploratory sacrifices on behalf of
    • the substance arranges itself. It is not a senseless phrase, but
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    • neoplasms. They are “new” only in the trivial sense of not
    • sense of sprouting on the actual soil of the organism, i.e., on its boundary,
    • The sun must be taken — in the sense of the XI lecture — as being the
    • cannot fall sick in the true sense of the term. To talk of mental
    • diseases is sheer nonsense. What happens is that the spirit's power of
    • sense of the term. Amongst them I have already often had occasion to
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    • to prove that Anthroposophy and its doctrines are muddled nonsense.
    • ego “timbers” into the organism of man is actually in some sense a
    • the animal eye by the same methods and terms. It is simply nonsense to
    • Thus we shall acquire also a sense of how to divide the treatment into
    • deaf from birth or have lost their sense of hearing; deeper
    • little of the animal process in the eye, the sense of sight depends on
    • into these organic gulfs, by which we participate, through our senses,
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    • ourselves. To say we do so is nonsense, but we participate in it. The
    • spleen is very much a strong subconscious organ of sense, it reacts in
    • senses and nerves.
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    • those regions which is not there as a rule. In a sense, the
    • nonsense. This loss of the knowledge of spiritual factors in material
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    • (in the wider sense, speaking of the whole organisation) has been
    • and this in no symbolic sense, but in fact. The organic formative
    • And in a certain sense it is also true that factors with a definite
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    • greatest nonsense in the form it takes today; but we should realise
    • activity of these organs (to which in a certain sense the chemism is
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    • sub-terrestrial, in a certain sense; those forces that play through
    • empty the head, in a sense. And we have need of developing the
    • out of the world of his organisation into the sphere of the senses. A
    • when perception has not yet begun but when sense perception is still
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    • senses with the environment and they have relatively little to do with
    • sense activities of the eye. But as soon as we enter the domain of the
    • lower senses such as smell and taste, we at once perceive how what is
    • transformation and continuation of sense-activity. Up to the point
    • fundamentally a metamorphosis of sense-activity, which is the more
    • digestive process is a continuation of the sense of taste.
    • through sense perception in the lower digestive tracts, that is, to
    • perceive through the sense of taste; but now the whole process is
    • liquefaction and dissolution are changed into a kind of sense organ,
    • and instead of the man turning his main sense attention and activity
    • sense perception. He is now, however, compelled to perceive and
    • continuations of the senses, have lead as their affinity; and this
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    • sense in which the doctor speaks of symptoms by which he recognises
    • normal in the sense of being average. There is no other criterion
    • understand me when I say that the nerves-and-senses system is
    • when we are referring to the nerves-and-senses system. This is more
    • upbuilding function of the nerves-and-senses system proceeds from the
    • head and works thence into the whole organism. The nerves-and-senses
    • organism. In the head is contained, in a sense, the whole human
    • sense, nothing else than a model that we take over from our parents;
    • nonsense. For it is assumed that the laws that underlie man's growth
    • have to include the maturity of the senses, the maturity of the
    • independently of the will, deformations of thought, sense-delusions,
    • does not direct itself, with the help of the senses, to the outer
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    • “superficial” in the sense of locality, not in a
    • derogatory sense.) It is an example that will have special
    • yesterday that there is a certain sense in which we have to look upon
    • us, first of all, our brain, and then in the wider sense, our whole
    • nerves-and-senses system. For it is the living thinking that forms
    • nerves-and-senses system to the world like a mirror, and can then
    • ether; how, then, does a deranged or senseless thought come about?
    • go back to what takes place in the brain and the nerves-and-senses
    • organisation. All sense of its mystery — in fact, any real
    • the imperative need for a deep sense of responsibility.
    • only one could count upon a more serious sense of responsibility, one
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    • senses). This light is etheric. Mechanism of the eye correctly
    • underlies other sense-perceptions too; it speaks, for example, of the
    • sense-perception on the earth. This is a most interesting fact.
    • morality. We must develop a “sense” for it.
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    • child. Alternation of depression and sense of well-being. Teacher
    • illnesses too, but it is true in a much deeper sense, and more
    • does not perceive or feel the astrality, it does not sense the
    • And yet there is no sense in it; because it is, of course, only
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    • that here you have the upper man, the nerves-and-senses man.
    • come via sense-perception, whereas the back part of the head
    • breathing, through the senses, etc., and is cosmic in origin. The
    • a co-operation between senses-and-nerves system and
    • reflected in the nerves-and-senses organism, and since at that early
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    • educational sense. We must avoid bringing him in contact with things
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    • sense activity. The child's fantasy comes from limbs. This child
    • weakness of the nerves-and-senses organisation. From September
    • are children who attain puberty in the outward sense, but do not with
    • cosmos via the breathing and the activity of the senses. It is in the
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    • colour-blind; and it would have just as little sense to speak in the
    • physical plane to develop a sense for any moral judgement other than:
    • nerves-and-senses system. This it is that has made possible such a
    • senses will always be found to express itself in an enlargement of
    • irritability of the nerves-and-senses system, which are so evident in
    • Everything that could excite or irritate the nerves-and senses system
    • nerves-and-senses system. This then will be the first rule we set out
    • nerves-and-senses system through the appropriate agencies. We have
    • whole human being, you must remember, is nerves-and senses system.
    • nerves-and senses system.) We therefore discontinued mother's milk at
    • positive sense. For it is, you know, quite possible for a cure to
    • take place in a negative sense. It comes to this — we have to
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    • not that at all, but rather that you should acquire a quick sense for
    • become a dancer. Can't you become dancers — in the sense
    • sense-perceptions, and proved to us that he cannot see far into the
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    • Nerves and senses unable to endure strong impressions. Medical
    • shall be able to achieve something in the educational sense. The
    • we treat the nerves-and-senses organisation of these two children
    • with the utmost care and delicacy. Their nerves-and-senses
    • right thing to do, we must sense it in our finger-tips! A fine
    • nerves-and-senses organisation of children of this kind; especially
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    • come nearer to that in him which, in the sense of good spiritual
    • development — egoism in the sense that man centres his
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    • scientifically which can be experienced by the senses, and
    • “Science” in the generally-accepted sense of the
    • which together make us into ripe human beings in the sense in
    • the true sense of the word become active inhabitants of the
    • our senses; in fact that we must simply give ourselves over
    • altogether to our sense-perceptions. We maintain that whenever
    • minutes every day, then we begin at last to have an inner sense
    • sense-perceptions and no thoughts are active, a condition we
    • out of the realm of exact Science, on which alone this sense of
    • — albeit in the modern sense — and where the great
    • spiritual sense.
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    • outer senses, and whose manifestations can be comprehended by
    • when we proceed conscientiously, with a sense of scientific
    • foreign process, and in a sense — if I were to express it
    • the human — becomes in a certain sense,
    • system of nerves and senses, the rhythmic
    • and senses predominates over all the others. It is, moreover,
    • rhythmic organisation and the nerves-and-senses organisation
    • and willing is bound up with the system of nerves and senses.
    • willing be bound up with the nerves and senses? Naturally I
    • one particular class of sense-perception), are first of
    • rhythmically to the sense-organisation, rhythmically approach
    • up, so the system of nerves and senses destroys and
    • intimately bound up with the system of nerves and senses;
    • nerves and senses. But first, so that I may not be
    • thus that I had in a sense located the system
    • of nerves and senses only in the head, the rhythmic
    • separating the systems spatially, the nerves and senses may be
    • senses from this standpoint, we find that it spreads throughout
    • nerves and senses, in a lesser degree the rhythmic, and in a
    • and senses system as of the rhythmic or metabolic organisation,
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    • body which we know by means of our senses, but the
    • exception to the terminology but simply accept it in the sense
    • systems: (1) the nerves and senses; (2) the rhythmic system
    • antithesis of the system of nerves and senses, while the
    • and senses is only partially forsaken by the higher
    • principles. Then, because the system of nerves and senses has
    • continuations of the sense-nerves which are most wonderfully
    • the centre of the brain from the senses, form a marvellous
    • the senses and are linked together, bringing about something
    • the Ego-organisation to the system of nerves and senses? How
    • true, send back the Ego into the central nerves-and-senses
    • system of nerves and senses being permeated by all four members
    • the system of nerves and senses. An essential difference is
    • shown here. In the system of nerves and senses, the physical
    • senses, something will arise which this latter system then
    • nerves and senses drives this latter system somehow or other
    • general sense — be described as ' swellings.' We learn to
    • the system of nerves and senses is driven into the rest of the
    • radiate into the system of nerves and senses and flood it with
    • know how to drive back the system of nerves and senses when it
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    • grasped scientifically which can be experienced by the senses,
    • the generally-accepted sense of the word as something that lies
    • beings in the sense in which that is understood to-day. But
    • all admit that we cannot in the true sense of the word become
    • only speak to us through the observation of our senses; in fact
    • sense-perceptions. We maintain that whenever we go beyond this
    • every day, then we begin at last to have an inner sense that
    • intense ones. A condition arises in which no sense-perceptions
    • out of the realm of exact Science, on which alone this sense of
    • — albeit in the modern sense — and where the great
    • spiritual sense.
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    • outer senses, and whose manifestations can be comprehended by
    • sense of scientific responsibility and do not talk in
    • a sense — if I were to express it crudely or trivially
    • in a certain sense, over-spiritualised; and we are faced with a
    • different aspects: the system of nerves and senses, the
    • the organisation of nerves and senses predominates over all the
    • rhythmic organisation and the nerves-and-senses organisation
    • up with the system of nerves and senses. At the same time I
    • and willing be bound up with the nerves and senses? Naturally I
    • senses destroys and vice versa. This and many other things
    • nerves and senses; everything that constitutes the ether body
    • first the organisation of nerves and senses. But first, so that
    • organisation’; thus that I had in a sense located the
    • system of nerves and senses only in the head, the rhythmic
    • separating the systems spatially, the nerves and senses may be
    • the system of nerves and senses from this standpoint, we find
    • pre-eminently contain the nerves and senses, in a lesser degree
    • much of the nerves-and-senses system as of the rhythmic or
    • sense-organs, or there are digestive organs. In reality it is
    • quite different. A sense-organ is only principally sense-organ;
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    • we know by means of our senses, but the substance of which is
    • exception to the terminology but simply accept it in the sense
    • nerves-and-senses; (2) the rhythmic system (which includes all
    • system of nerves-and-senses, while the rhythmic system is the
    • organism of nerves-and-senses is only partially forsaken by the
    • nerves-and-senses has its main seat in the head, the head is
    • of the sense-nerves which are most wonderfully intertwined and
    • the brain from the senses, form a marvellous structure. It
    • way in which the nerves pass inwards from the senses and are
    • nerves-and-senses? How are we to drive the Ego back again to
    • into the central nerves-and-senses system in the head, but we
    • nerves-and-senses being permeated by all four members —
    • feelings, is contained in the system of nerves-and-senses. An
    • nerves-and-senses, the physical body and etheric body are of
    • too strongly in the nerves and senses, something will arise
    • the Ego and astral organisations within the nerves and senses
    • sense — be described as ‘swellings.’ We learn
    • body, the system of nerves-and-senses is driven into the rest
    • system of nerves-and-senses and flood it with those processes
    • back the system of nerves-and-senses when it is beginning to be
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    • only into those things which can be confirmed by the senses —
    • powers of human reasoning which rely upon the testimony of the senses
    • means of his physical senses and his reason alone — because he is
    • concern the physical body; purely with the assistance of the senses
    • faculties of the senses and enable us to carry out experiments?
    • something totally different from these mere sense-observations. There
    • observes with his outer senses; with this difference, however, that
    • our ordinary senses have been and are incorporated into our bodily
    • can actually learn to suppress the life of the senses. One then
    • feeling, and willing are, in a certain sense, neutral in regard to one
    • growth and nutrition; in a sense, it introduces a gradual
    • structures, and which proceed as nerve fibres to the sense organs
    • attributes of the human being by means of which he attains his “sense
    • and with a full sense of responsibility; so that in every case one
    • acid in our hair, our bones, our organs of sense, in all the
    • Now it must be borne in mind that the Ego must, in a certain sense, be
    • enough in the sense-organs, where it ought to work strongly. So, for
    • upon the astral body. (These things are described in a general sense;
    • human beings — the mineral being made use of in a certain sense
    • is, in a sense, the earth for the mistletoe. The mistletoe, therefore,
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    • only into those things which can be confirmed by the senses —
    • powers of human reasoning which rely upon the testimony of the senses
    • means of his physical senses and his reason alone — because he is
    • concern the physical body; purely with the assistance of the senses
    • faculties of the senses and enable us to carry out experiments?
    • something totally different from these mere sense-observations. There
    • observes with his outer senses; with this difference, however, that
    • our ordinary senses have been and are incorporated into our bodily
    • can actually learn to suppress the life of the senses. One then
    • feeling, and willing are, in a certain sense, neutral in regard to one
    • growth and nutrition; in a sense, it introduces a gradual
    • structures, and which proceed as nerve fibres to the sense organs
    • attributes of the human being by means of which he attains his “sense
    • and with a full sense of responsibility; so that in every case one
    • acid in our hair, our bones, our organs of sense, in all the
    • Now it must be borne in mind that the Ego must, in a certain sense, be
    • enough in the sense-organs, where it ought to work strongly. So, for
    • upon the astral body. (These things are described in a general sense;
    • human beings — the mineral being made use of in a certain sense
    • is, in a sense, the earth for the mistletoe. The mistletoe, therefore,
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    • Anti-capitalism has no sense, unless at the same time one is
    • which lack all basis for realisation. And in this sense
    • to their senses who maintain that the only one and undivided
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    • nonsense or reverie to outsiders. Thus it is an indication of
    • them for all the times to follow. So in this sense the
    • lose consciousness, but rather the sense world disappeared
    • Oracle was, in a certain sense, treated differently from the
    • etheric bodies became active in them. In that sense they were
    • sense undergo a similar process. The result of this is that
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