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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • cannot be made in vain, but should become the soul's nature later on.
    • should not condemn but understand the criminal's personality,
    • needs personal instruction should be understood in the sense that
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • today — how could it be that these, too, should not be judged
    • Spiritual Science should speak about this question in the same way as
    • do politics or current printed matter. But then again, one should not
    • this we can draw the conclusion that we should not talk at all in
    • the concept of Woman, is an unacceptable generalisation. One should
    • mentioned that these rights should be the same for women as for men.
    • human knowledge is a nonsense. One should rather ask: Is it not
    • should not surprise us that, in an age that has given birth to a
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • should give up meat for a diet of vegetables.
    • “when you feel the same disgust for meat, you should stop
    • should eat and drink. In some respects these critics might well be
    • existence. These two aspects of the problem should be kept in mind.
    • vegetarian diets should become prevalent.
    • should develop physically within himself through his ego being
    • something takes place that actually should and would be
    • inner strength. It should not be claimed, however, that it is
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • communications and were not originally intended for print. It should
    • anthroposophists sometimes among them. The anthroposophist should be
    • our present age what matters is that people should recognise the need
    • spiritual world. Realisation of this should make him conscious of his
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • has not should concern himself with such ideas. It should be emphasized,
    • objects but in this case the lady should say to herself, “I will put my
    • bothered. Should spiritual science begin to penetrate their souls,
    • In still another exercise a person should endeavor to watch himself the
    • way he walks, moves his head, laughs, etc. In short, he should try to form
    • to make this experiment, it should not be prolonged because it would
    • to know what they should do. They do not know their desires, or even
    • what they should desire. This may be regarded as a weakness of the will
    • should.
    • but there is really no problem in life that should be treated this way.
    • themselves what they should do than find reasons in themselves to act.
    • the surrounding world. The anthroposophist, however, should not feel
    • that he should repress justified criticism if it is objective. On the
    • we should not apply our judgment only where we ourselves are not
    • caught him in it you should not immediately jump to conclusions. There
    • has made on you. Your personal relationship with him should be
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • I should like to turn your attention away from this play to a wonderful
    • should be able to experience something that was active within him, deep
    • Golgotha can rise from the depths of the soul. This should live in our
    • I should like to convey in the following words what we should try to
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • Science, should acquire a deep understanding of that which we call
    • deeper understanding of this Mystery men should develop more and more
    • look into his soul we should know that he cannot possibly be
    • religious background. We should often call to mind why the child walks
    • describing outer things in words, in order that the words should
    • Should there be upon the Earth a state of materialism in which the
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • would happen to men? We should approach the color blue, for example,
    • themselves instead of letting it pass through, we should feel a sort of
    • of red in themselves, we should feel a sharp stab. If our eyes were self-
    • should be painfully conscious that we have eyes. Today, however,
    • resources, we should have been chased about the world by animal desires
    • In our connection with the outer world we should be continuously
    • human evolution that thinking, feeling and willing should become
    • within the earth and break through its surface. If a human being should
    • reiterated, I should say, expressing symbolically, of course, what is quite
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • science should play a similar role in the present and near future in
    • in detail and bring them into our field of consciousness. These should
    • of the outer world; the eye should see as little, the ear hear as
    • that it should grip us and unite with our inmost self, thereby
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • one looks at something external.” The point is that we should not look
    • only at historical events, but that we should experience the Christ
    • diplomas and honors; instead, he should have returned his brand of
    • gate of death requested that it should continue to work in our
    • should continue to work with us after death as he had done in life,
    • that his latest letter should come to the attention of the public as
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • spiritual worlds. Again and again, in full consciousness, we should
    • can be mentioned, of which we must realize that they should be carried
    • belief, and their work should be of the nature of cooperation among
    • is attained there should be no adjective to suggest any element of
    • science along the true path. What we should like to say to the East is
    • view. Anthroposophists, however, should study his work and try to
    • word) — if God were to appear, should we be able immediately to
    • believe him to be God? No, we should not! He would have to establish
    • should not believe him. He would have to prove his identity by
    • over him. We should never believe Christ to be God if He did not prove
    • true spirit of the Movement. The invisible community, which we should
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • steps to prevent that the course of evolution should follow the direction
    • body, its strength should be evident through the fact that we learn to
    • all that we should take up spiritual science, so as to be prepared for
    • grown rigid ... The human being should accustom himself to the fact that
    • thou, O Muse ...”. These things should be taken quite seriously.
    • were inspired. We should begin to understand the spiritual world, the
    • world-conception should know something about the impulses that govern
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • seems quite reasonable to ask why something further should be required which
    • conditions of life should change completely during definite periods of time,
    • Anthroposophy, a bond should be created between life, as it has advanced, in
    • presenting this experiment to an audience should give them to understand
    • science, as the result of its remarkable achievements and here I should like
    • researcher should encounter doubt and mistrust, perhaps even laughter and
    • summer. Just the contrary of what we should like to think, as it were, about
    • anthropomorphic ideas. That fact alone should enable certain opponents of
    • sketchy one, for I should have to talk for many hours in order to make any
    • added if it is really to become intelligible to human beings. I should prefer
    • Therefore I should like here to speak about a point which the historical
    • growth of natural science itself brings out in its latest phase. I should
    • should like to state emphatically that I cherish the same high respect today
    • recognized authorities, had to decide whether or not a railroad should be
    • reports, their decision was to the effect that no railroads should be built,
    • to their health. And if in spite of this there should be people willing to
    • take such a risk, and railroads should be built for their convenience, high
    • board fences should at least be built to the right and left of the roads, to
    • Anyone who finds that work done by him is arousing opposition should not
    • connection it is allowable to refer to a greater event. And I should like to
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • candid recognition of the fact should have some positive effect upon
    • fifth Post-Atlantean age the mystery of death should be quite
    • are unpleasant to many people. Surely there should be willingness to
    • necessary, and where it concerns men closely — or should do so any
    • over the world the cheap catch-word that men should group themselves
    • occasions, that one should lay aside some of the habitual inclinations
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • The times themselves speak clearly enough, demanding that we should
    • impulses, social drives; but we must keep in mind that they should not
    • recognize the terrible one-sidedness of our age, which should not of
    • course be deplored, but which should be looked at calmly because it
    • the backbone of our anthroposophical thought and consciousness should
    • should be permeated with this feeling. If we do not get rid of the
    • university professors and political economists, whose position should
    • should try in our souls to think of others, such as teachers, friends,
    • have been of use to us). We should try to allow these pictures to pass
    • tremendously important that the impulse should awaken in us, not
    • always be cultivating them afresh. This is just as it should be
    • the basics. For Spiritual Science, nothing should depend on
    • become politicians they either dream or they lie. I should add that
    • sense we should always remember that we do not work against, but
    • off. That He is coming again is no cause for pessimism, nor should it
    • Spiritual Science this should not be an incitement to pessimism or
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • best modern exposition of Goethe and Goetheanism should produce
    • preach sound principles, saying that one should abjure materialism and
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • agreement that everything should be changed as long as nothing changes
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • that in addition to this solid structure they should also see the
    • organism, so the actual fluidity should not be thought of as so much
    • — we should find in registering the warmth in the different parts
    • This indicates how, for example, we should look for the way in which
    • the Ego; we could have no clear realization of our identity. We should
    • This is how we must think of the field of consciousness. We should not
    • we should speak of having only the familiar solid organism. We must
    • should neither think that we have the solid body only, nor that we
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • should not be man in the true sense. Because the universe dies in us,
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • inconceivable that anything should proceed from us in the way of
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • unknown gods should come to the aid of human beings without their active
    • involvement, and that such aid should come just where human beings consider
    • context, if we wish to understand what should concern us most of all in
    • This is what we should engrave in our souls as a content of the mystery of
    • community should understand the terrible significance for our age that such
    • should be able to understand that in the future this must not be allowed,
    • the various religious communities! We should forbid ourselves to continue in
    • this inner hollowness of our Christmas celebrations. We should make the
    • should actually shine as a light of peace, as a light that brings external
    • of human beings. We should learn to say to ourselves: If we can manage to
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • ancient times is something which should be grasped. And it was thus
    • We should inscribe this into our hearts to-day when we think of the
    • have need to look for a birth. We should not merely busy ourselves
    • should look for what must be born anew in this our age. For truly,
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • notions should connect themselves with such expressions as
    • discipline that should make the will strong and vigorous, able to
    • We should again and again find evidence of how the whole of mankind
    • science, in a more inward way, we should discover that the experience
    • inner being, should feel himself united there with the inner being of
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • all social endeavor should be to prevent human beings from becoming
    • necessary that men should hold for a time to the superstition of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • the memory of saints, who, rightly understood, should give new life to
    • should receive the name of the saint whose day it is on the calendar.
    • The history of Man should be studied in accordance with the
    • It is necessary, however, that Man should go back, in
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • when he is uniting with the physical, we should have a sphere — far
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • should orientate yourself’ — suppose that he were not to arrive at
    • And man needs to be conscious of how his own soul-life should he placed
    • further into the development of the Consciousness Soul. A man should be
    • Before the eye of my soul man can appear. Not that man should grow proud in
    • the partial fulfillment of this injunction ‘Know Thyself’. He should
    • should realize how, in his passions, emotions, feelings and sensibilities, he
    • the period of summer in the setting of this world. For man should be able
    • later era in which we now live. Our soul's work is different. We should be
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • most of the sense organs are concentrated, but I should actually draw
    • external injuries intervene, an individual should be basically
    • understanding. It would be wrong to believe that everyone should know
    • everything, but the activity of an anthroposophical community should
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • system, so that the activity which should actually remain in the
    • natural process becomes an abnormal one. It should remain in the
    • nerve-sense process should be active. Thus what belongs to the head, as it
    • migraine. The head activity should remain in the head, the lower body
    • the senses actually should do is supported by the remedy, which is
    • which should always work in the healthy organism. This is when a person
    • not a particular remedy should be used.
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • communications and were not originally intended for print. It should
    • should be mere automata. True, we should still be spiritual beings,
    • but we should be automata.
    • the world as little children wide-awake and never slept, we should,
    • once more, be automate; my, in this automatic state we should be
    • unable to do anything consciously at all. We should not even recognize
    • and wonderful processes taking place there, we should not merely do it
    • animal or yonder plant, so should we feel a longing to get to know the
    • should we be able to speak through these organs if they were not
    • Man should therefore become aware of the deep significance of this
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • knowledge of the living Christ and we should bear in mind what this
    • intellect, should enter life on earth. But the intellect depends on
    • one possibility — that the gods themselves should learn to know
    • not permeated by Ahriman — namely, that the gods should learn
    • other expressions should really be found — that special joy
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • simply faced the problem: how should a ghost or a witch appear on the
    • We should not forget that the modern stage is not favourable to the
    • Anyone contemplating reproduction of the above lecture notes should be
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • we should include Shakespeare in the German classics. And if we
    • simply asked himself: how should a ghost or a witch appear on the
    • We should
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • senses transmit. He demanded that thought should be emancipated from
    • — this is what everyone who really seeks after Truth should keep
    • We should consider what eminent persons have said about the relation
    • The point is, however, that we should also be able to research (in the
    • require any calculation, we should go to work in such a manner as if
    • The point is that by the self-training above-mentioned, Man should
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • to the soul. Anyone who does not understand them should realise that
    • This indicates a truth which should be emphasised, namely, the supreme
    • had been no Earth life we should be unable to form links with human
    • the window through which light is pouring; you should remain a little
    • directed to the dead. We should not think that the dead is saying
    • something to us in our dream, but we should see in the dream something
    • which we and our dead continually live. We should realise that in
    • If we were to understand it aright, we should know ourselves to be
    • should like to give it to you as a theme for meditation to be thought
    • try to talk them out of their sorrow. Sorrow is justified; one should
    • remembrance should take a more universal form, giving the child, who
    • attitude should be taken to those who have died early and to those who
    • concerned the first essential is that we should develop thoughts about
    • you.” For we should not seek for the dead through externalities
    • but should become conscious that they are always present. All
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • vessels, where it should not be. Such a hemorrhage produces the
    • speak. And we should not think about this any differently than we
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • they think they should despise everything that is called material or
    • to the physical world — although it should be applied only to
    • body in a way it should not do. There you have the crudest example.
    • The vision should remain within the region to which it naturally
    • should be a process in the soul, not going as far as physical
    • excretion; but it should be the same process that underlies physical
    • excretion. Moreover, secretion should not appear alone. All four
    • should work together, but all in the realm of soul. So do the
    • You should, of
    • need — he should really have called it “ensouling”
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • Europe, it may be of use to link up with these things, which should
    • rather that by work upon himself, by self-education, man should reach
    • Schiller thought should be aimed at. And he believed that when human
    • — a sense that humanity has not yet grasped, but should grasp and
    • reading the “Aesthetic Letters” should feel: in the very way
    • should the social order develop?”, he looks at man himself. He
    • structure, human beings will develop as they should.
    • single entity of State legalism. In fact, society should be seen as a
    • under the control of the State. The State should become the only
    • this; hence it is necessary that all human beings should be concerned
    • with this middle realm and that everyone should be represented there.
    • undertakings into the realm which should be responsible only for the
    • necessary that we should say to ourselves: man will achieve real
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • is a turning-point that should be very carefully marked in teaching.
    • Up to that time one's teaching about nature should be entirely of the
    • becoming imperative that men should understand these things.
    • Golgotha should break in upon the course of historical evolution. This
    • that the Christ Event should be brought into connection with the great
    • needed: the evolution of human culture requires that Man should bring
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • it was quite natural that the Mysteries of that age should have been
    • striving should be to unfold real vision, to attain Imagination. If
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • orientation we then have, we should at most perhaps be able to sleep
    • apparatus, we should still have the forms. But when we see a human
    • having understood Goethe's saying, we should put it thus: ‘The
    • after-image of Heavenly activities: I should like to know the soul
    • have accumulated there. If I wanted to read anything of it, I should
    • the state of puberty — we should never become moral men and
    • than to say, ‘The light is there in any case. Why should I need
    • dear friends, we should not only acquire anthroposophical spiritual
    • consciousness should live, that we are the kernel of a humanity which
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • educated, there should be no need whatsoever to speak about love of
    • should be directed toward world-interrelationships in every field. The
    • this I do not mean that you should make as many mistakes as possible
    • during class, especially in secondary matters. It should be — and
    • importance and, in considering the high school years, should be taken
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • should be unknown. He worked in such a way that he merely added something
    • moment should be preserved.
    • everyone should keep secret his own share in the work; thereby he secures
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • dream arises. But should that person become conscious before
    • into the mountain, and there it must wait until Christ should
    • significance that a God should experience death. We can thus
    • attention to such matters; we should observe how beings and
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • this human etheric body. We should not stop at the vague conception
    • softer.... Really this should be described differently. When these
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • Knowledge. The latter, so it has been thought, should confine
    • Science should embrace only the ‘lower’ order of things,
    • should be relegated to the domain of Faith. We cannot, however, enter
    • sanctuaries of learning as we should say to-day — performed for
    • prepared through the ancient Hebrew culture that which later should
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • Such words must not be analysed by the intellect. We should rather try
    • be. It is quite natural that Wagner's stage characters should be
    • phantasy and clairvoyant faculties, of legend and myth. Nor should we
    • with the greatest delicacy; we should try to get at the whole mood and
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • It is strange that a man like Franz Brentano should have inherited
    • on the history of philosophy. Those of you who are interested should
    • after all inevitable. Necessary as it was that for a season men should
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • that we should extricate ourselves from this chaos. Indeed, for this
    • that we should WILL things in accordance with the direction of
    • human evolution. We should realise over and over again that the old
    • taken into account from a SPIRITUAL standpoint! We should not delude
    • Anthroposophy, should feel that they are a KERNEL from which the
    • social life may be very useful; but humanity should strive after the
    • should be conscious of it, for it has nothing to do with his
    • curiosity. Man should instead be pervaded with the feeling that
    • night should become fruitful in the course of his day.
    • should, learn to consider his life between birth and death as a
    • throughout his life the human being should be able to feel the
    • the human being should carry into the life of daytime the conscious
    • should turn to these kinds of feelings, which are far more real in
    • to-day pertaining to religious beliefs; they should turn to feelings
    • should move in the direction which I have just now indicated.
    • One more thing should be grasped clearly. You know that the religions of
    • The human beings should experience in their souls more or less the following
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • it is necessary that we should have the good will of filling out the
    • that we should orient ourselves with the aid of encompassing
    • little of what should be known to humanity in a near future, at least
    • aspect of spiritual science. The following fact should be looked upon
    • should be borne in mind. At the turn of the 18th and of the 19th
    • should think of Oken in such a way, that the things which he could
    • Now you should bear
    • As human beings, it is not at all unnecessary that we should
    • then work into it what should be engraved upon it in accordance with
    • upon his shoulders should learn to think in all humility, without any
    • based upon truth. We should gradually be brought to the point of
    • problem of what we should do, in order to give others something to
    • through the green grass should have caught mother Eve! Even the
    • else. Let us recall the thoughts that should really be connected with
    • Lucifer should be imagined as spiritual science is able to represent
    • a similar experience. This is a fact that should be borne in mind.
    • shown you the way in which we should contemplate the events that
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • should find, inasmuch as the countenance expresses the inner man,
    • invented.” To these words there should really be added: “Styles
    • a work of art should be taken in hand by the intellect is a really
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • they should be able to understand the physical heart, the physical
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • till man at length should only see around him a world of Nature, void
    • of Initiation that Christ would come to Earth when the time should be
    • Truly we should feel that we are sick and ill as we go
    • dead thoughts into the world. We should feel that we are sick, and
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • called the Michael thought! This Michael thought should be alive,
    • above all, in the autumn time. The festival of autumn should be
    • The Autumn Festival of Michaelmas at the end of September should
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • minds should also be raised to the Spirit. The Spirit is no
    • thought is formal, short-winded, often inconsistent. Men should
    • is urgently necessary that these things should be realised to-day.
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • more intimately, we should soon recognise their presence. But we
    • the surrounding physical world. If it were not so, we should soon
    • should chiefly speak of the Monism which I have just described —
    • Luciferic and the Ahrimanic work in man, we should judge our fellow
    • I do not say that we should generally be less critical; for when we
    • divert our adverse judgement from man — though we should no
    • fighting Lucifer and Ahriman. But against man as man, we should be
    • should remain as far as possible in the whole circle with which his
    • in the same profession, he should remain where access was easier for
    • to measure and number. One should imagine that this delicate
    • that every individual, scarcely has he conceived an opinion, should
    • without. For us, these things should more and more become no mere
    • external theories; they should live their way into our consciousness,
    • once more a new piece of knowledge, the knowledge should also be
    • this lecture should have passed by us like a dream; if the one
    • together physically. So indeed it should always be among us; our
    • communion in the spirit should sustain our coming together in the
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    • myth which I should first like to discuss — but as already
    • Typhon wanted to inaugurate all sorts of novelties. We should say
    • that the tomb of Osiris should be kept a secret, but his service and
    • should like to call special attention to a very significant feature
    • time. A certain Luciferic character, as we should say today, was
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • conditions, but they hold that such things should still be kept under
    • to a certain degree, however, it is not only a case of should,
    • the Nymph Egeria to receive information from her as to how he should
    • him, had let the star-wisdom tell him how social conditions should be
    • should just imagine that! One should picture for once the crowing
    • should picture all the declaimers on this theme ... and
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • should keep the grave of Osiris secret, on the other hand institute
    • inscription that should express the being of Isis: ‘I am the
    • (I should just like to
    • and the Future. Every mortal should lift my veil.’
    • chuckling and said: ‘What modern humanity should take as a real
    • But, a feeling should
    • profound Eulenspiegelism — I should say ‘natural
    • one should inquire about the origin of such a saying. It goes back to
    • am the Past, the Present and the Future. Every mortal should lift my
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • am the Present, I am the Future. Every mortal should lift my veil.’
    • himself should begin to wish to escape from abstraction, to lay aside
    • calls pure chance that his head is still upon his shoulders. His head
    • could long since have been sundered from his shoulders. For in
    • be long before his head ... would be off his shoulders. But
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    • transition, but in each age one should also look about and see what
    • should be studied if the right direction were to be given to the
    • consists in this: one should consider how one would look at such a
    • say to it then? One should really put oneself this question when
    • speaks of Napoleon. He says: ‘One should not forget that
    • about through life itself. No one stand point should gain a footing
    • demands that the Christ-Impulse should once more permeate the
    • demand that religion should not merely be made a Sunday School affair
    • but should be carried into the whole of life, above all the life of
    • upon what was already there, he should have seen, have felt, that a
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    • diagrammatic picture for the rest of man, we should naturally have to
    • feelings, that the head as apparatus can supply, we should never be
    • life, we should never be in the position of really saying ‘I’
    • evolution the present world conception should take the place of
    • Science knows and official astronomy does not yet know, should pass
    • quicker than we should have if the earth were to move as slowly as to
    • important that one should realize these things. You see why even such
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    • the head in fact is produced by forces of the cosmos. We should never
    • whole cultural life becomes imbued with the principle that it should
    • ‘clever man’. That should not be disputed.
    • whose task it should be.
    • too — adapt himself to other conditions. We should have been
    • evolution of mankind, that man should turn his closest attention to
    • conditions of life. Man would face sad times if he should continue no
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    • today should proceed from a quiet dwelling on mental pictures: thus
    • thoughts of many of you, but I should like to call your attention to
    • present world conception remains external. I should like to make this
    • culture, live now in American bodies. A part of these, I should say,
    • takes place in the west, is not carried out as it should be. From
    • bodies should not point to their ancestors, as far as their souls are
    • indeed, the Americans should not pride themselves on their forebears,
    • their European blood ancestry. Rather they should point to the fact
    • authority. But we should also think the same way when occasional
    • spiritual research should be combined with the outer facts of the
    • pragmatic or other view of history, and from this should spring a
    • We should draw strength from such a vision of the world as it
    • not merely of the origin of bodies. And in addition, we should
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    • is as follows: You should really not have gone to such and such a
    • no order prevails during sleep in the intercourse which should be
    • from the Archangel, does not unfold the strength he should really
    • possess. With regard to what speech should accomplish during sleep
    • something more that it is essential we should understand.
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    • The wish was expressed that this lecture should deal with the theme
    • into this meditation or these exercises of thinking, we should be led
    • Spiritual Science must make to achieve these results should be known
    • demand, namely, that Art should be a manifestation of secret laws of
    • anthroposophical Spiritual Science should have been accused by
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    • should observe the events which have taken place in the course of
    • Idealism” should also be read by those who adopt an entirely
    • Nature? In order to grasp this, we should not follow preconceived
    • We should clearly
    • nineteenth century. Those who study modern spiritual science should
    • century; but we should observe this from a different standpoint.
    • gain a knowledge of sensory things; we should only gain a knowledge
    • and again and we should continually lay stress upon the fact that the
    • humbug. On the other hand, we should realise that what we observe
    • table! They should be conscious of their own spirit. Undoubtedly
    • this spirit sets forth what they should seek; but owing to the fact
    • that modern materialism should be considered from the following
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    • necessary that humanity should attain these scientific results. They
    • time. We should not think that philosophy has anything to say in
    • conceptions which now lead us to such an evil, we should also
    • these things through the symptoms, but we should realise: When we
    • say should be borne in mind very clearly.
    • an inner connection. We should be able to see it. In an outward
    • that knowledge should once more be raised from depths which do not
    • see, in many ways we should consider the world from a different
    • being should now rise out of subconsciousness into consciousness. He
    • live. For we should always make a distinction between the value which
    • the head. This is the standpoint from which the whole matter should
    • should indeed realise that something must penetrate into the human
    • people to be good, or merely by explaining to them what they should
    • again be a world-conception. We should not shrink in a
    • think that a doctor should not have been a philosopher as well, and a
    • philosopher a doctor, or that a priest should not have been all three
    • is the purpose of the things which we learn? They should be a kind of
    • medicine; learning should be a healing process. To have a
    • world-conception should constitute a healing process.
    • see, we should again acquire such feelings for a conception of the
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    • should be addressed to Miss DORA BAKER,
    • themselves. Spiritual science must teach that this truth should be
    • are entrusted, as it were, to the spiritual worlds, we should
    • death after having reached a normal age. We should therefore say to
    • effect. We should therefore say to ourselves: When we have before us
    • that made it appear extraordinary), we should not think — if we
    • this situation should arise, it ordered that these events should
    • from the physical body it grows large. Consequently we should not
    • we should rather speak of it as a microcosmic form reflecting
    • similar things are discussed, it should be emphasized that they
    • upon the earth. What takes place spiritually, what should be
    • human beings should gradually become acquainted with spiritual
    • this world should take up spiritual science ... a world that is so
    • receive what it should receive: a spiritual-scientific mentality. If
    • fact, it is most important that these heavenly forces should have
    • science, should take hold of those human beings who are capable of
    • humanity should adopt through spiritual science; for that reason, it
    • in particular expresses something that should completely fill
    • figure of our plastic group. Yet we should not simply face the statue
    • this would be wrong. Instead, we should experience everything in an
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    • Jacob Boehme says, we should never be able to interpret his
    • stammering utterances. We should read into them all kinds of dark,
    • reverse of the old clairvoyance — should make headway. And they
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    • subscriptions, communications, notices, advertisements, etc. should
    • We should not only
    • rebuke this epoch of egoism, we should not only fall upon it with
    • external danger, we should recognise this age of egoism as the one in
    • For this very reason we should be aware that this crossing over is
    • the egoity, for the ego. We should realise this. And we should
    • should draw mankind's attention to the spirit, — the spirit
    • that God the Son should not be included in the Gospels! They should
    • sleep as we do. This soul-constitution in particular should be
    • realities, these are truths. These realities should be well impressed
    • last thing, before they go to bed! Yet a modern man should say to
    • pertaining to the future. For that reason, we should have a kind of
    • political and economic impulses that should unfold as healing powers
    • the present time, that we should once more acquire the possibility of
    • extent. Now we must learn to grasp it anew! We should grasp anew that
    • we should have the great modesty of recognising that the experiences
    • Hierarchies. Through a knowledge of the spiritual worlds we should
    • should really harmonize fully, with the modern, scientific mentality,
    • through a future life. To-day we should not always look back on what
    • we once possessed in past lives on earth, but we should also consider
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    • yester-day, spread fog which completely shuts off what should be
    • should be to examine their utterances with the healthy reason only,
    • Anthroposophical Society should become in the real sense a bearer of
    • Men should feel that here, through these forms, something different
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    • Now I should like, in the series of lectures now being given, to
    • should not be confused with it: it is the religious movement which
    • movement for religious renewal should be drawn not only those who can
    • humanity should lay hold of men’s hearts and minds as
    • knowledge. The essential thing is that knowledge should
    • that a path suited to them should be found, leading to the spiritual
    • time that the Anthroposophical Movement should grow more and more, in
    • come to us from the spiritual world should first of all enter the
    • and energy of the general anthroposophical impulse should not be
    • this should be correctly understood.
    • Anthroposophy should not be looked upon as the founder of this
    • Anthroposophical Movement is, should — not in any presumptuous,
    • For the welfare of both Movements it is essential that they should be
    • the Movement for Religious Renewal should work in all directions in
    • things — should it encroach on sources which in any event only
    • non-Anthroposophists, should it, for example, make proselytes within
    • regard to important matters we should state quite clearly how the
    • any time spoken differently about these things, I should not have
    • is earnestly desired by me. In order that no misunderstanding should
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    • should be addressed to Miss DORA BAKER,
    • the way in which we speak of ourselves is quite wrong. We should
    • We should bear in mind that many super-sensible facts are connected
    • Ego-consciousness. I explained just now where we should look for the
    • super-sensible part of our physical body after death. We should seek
    • important and essential fact which we should bear in mind.
    • which it should have during our next incarnation.
    • these things, the very nature of these things, should not approach
    • our soul so that we remain dry and indifferent. They should not be
    • they should, instead, give us a soul-impression of the loftiness and
    • we acquire through spiritual science, should incessantly continue to
    • our sentient life should more and more hold pace with our cognitive
    • should be able to unfold, I might say, more and more reverent
    • souls that crossed the portal of death before us, should, however,
    • Here on earth we should allow other human beings to exercise their
    • that he should leave the spiritual world. Now he must once more find
    • most important tasks, through its soul-life. We should realise
    • without any pride, we should realise modestly and humbly the great
    • idea of it. This fact should not merely arouse in us discouraging and
    • for which they should be used, in accordance with the plan and
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    • should be addressed to Miss DORA BAKER,
    • should also be able to find in evolution a stage that reveals this
    • and just there, where it should exist — and this was the
    • inducing one to say, it comes along, and one should really be afraid
    • great Finnish nation, should still exist after having accomplished
    • centre should be there, in the same way in which the thoughts that we
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    • “Anthroposophy” should really be understood as synonymous
    • destiny, should all aim at giving the soul a certain direction of
    • the Movement should find themselves in the first phase with their
    • on in the Society. We should keep our eyes wide open to everything
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    • itself. We should be then in the outer ether and look at the movements of our
    • necessary that we should possess that really fine attitude of mind that can
    • that what should be inculcated during the tender years of childhood into the
    • by words, this we must understand. Further, it is necessary that we should
    • everywhere; that we should feel truly within us that attention of mind which
    • themselves. It is thus easy to see where the real fault and blame should lie.
    • which should be a very different one, has to be preserved by printing. This
    • should not be cast abroad in the world in the same way as that which whirls
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    • something else we should note as well, which will gradually have to
    • should not be taken as separate ones, as is often the case with those given
    • strongest justification for this form of illness and should not be
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    • either. In cases of psychological treatment, therefore, you should
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    • to do such experiments, and they are very useful, but you should not
    • and a time will come for this — we should recognise the rhythms
    • should have found an exact reflection of cosmic relationships in the
    • salvation to return to the old rhythm and ask himself how he should
    • But it is important too that man should not believe he can live
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    • beginning, that man should have the possibility of setting himself
    • we should understand the significance and justification of obstacles
    • carry out what he should do.
    • destroys it. When the organ that should have been instrumental in
    • future incarnations. We should regard illness as a process that makes
    • someone is knocked down by a train it should be explained in the same
    • of karma triggers off illness. Therefore we should never really be
    • have brought it upon myself through my karma.’ For we should
    • settlement, but we should actually think of illness as just the
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    • thing should be noticed, for it is accessible to any kind of external
    • should not imagine that when a man is born it is possible under
    • should not be condemned in the abstract as egoistic, for laughter can
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    • essential that the sun's force should not work from inside but from
    • both sun and moon, that these two cosmic bodies should send their
    • North Pole, we should have found a spiritualising of the earth
    • should have been; peoples who had completely surrendered themselves
    • theosophical movement that we should let the divine man within us
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    • science should take hold of human life, and how it can become life,
    • cosmos, as these are expressed in man. And to start with I should
    • not to speak of a third factor, we should not comprise the whole of
    • should ponder over such concepts for months if not years, then we
    • others for their part can progress. Nobody should believe that he
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    • should embark upon all your anthroposophical efforts in this spirit
    • to say to you during this coming winter should be understood.
    • content of those worlds should flow into the human soul. But now we
    • that in certain souls who were sufficiently mature there should be
    • knowledge of this change, or at least that such souls should be able
    • and concentration of soul, we should await a revelation of the
    • not be setting about this in the right way; he should wait until the
    • the truths of the spiritual world. That is how we should respond to
    • of life. The sacred riddle that every human being should be to us can
    • I should like to sum up what I have been saying about
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    • the attitude of soul in every individual should incline to
    • sphere. It is therefore essential that Initiation should be preceded
    • for example, faithful followers of Wotan. We should then be at the
    • have arisen from Christianity should be no cause of apprehension; for
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    • car and killed; if we had left home punctually we should no longer be
    • in which we should have been travelling and thus have been injured.
    • only through slight displacement do not meet, we should have a
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    • good and evil, insight into the forces of life should be
    • — it was ordained that man should not
    • they saw an animal moving across the heavens in the way we should see
    • strange if it had been suggested to them that they should try to
    • should be kindled to life through Anthroposophy; and the methods used
    • immense significance. It was necessary that the human being should be
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    • necessary that the evolution of Mars should become a process of
    • should be compatible with every status in life, that humanity should
    • necessary that human beings should be educated to think in terms of
    • could be achieved through the Buddha should become part of the
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    • that we should endeavour to vindicate to healthy human reason what
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    • forms should not continue to grow if nothing were to intervene. But
    • is very important that teachers should have knowledge of these two
    • illness. Why, it is asked today, should anyone need to know about
    • unwilling to believe this on the basis of the occult facts should
    • some of those who sought to be baptised should be made conscious of
    • important that this should be known. The work of the Luciferic beings
    • on Earth, which was that man should free himself from the need for
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    • beholding the spiritual should gradually cease and man's gaze be
    • today in which it is emphasised that attention should no longer be
    • refreshing colours should be displayed in lecture halls and rooms
    • Science should feel Spiritual Science to be a dire necessity in life,
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    • may be a life after death but why should we trouble about it during
    • the human being and should not be drummed into him; he should work
    • logically have to say that human beings should not have to learn to
    • incarnation, we should find that during that period such human beings
    • preceding the last two incarnations? We should find that they had
    • This does not by any means suggest that such work should be
    • criticised root and branch. It should not be understood in this
    • despondency is still out of place, but that should not lead anyone to
    • of worlds. In any case one should not grieve excessively about such
    • It is in this sense that Anthroposophy should find entry
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    • century, should be said to be the first region of Devachan, of the
    • understanding of the ‘Thou art that’, or, as we should
    • lectures and lecture-courses, we should be able to form our own
    • The conclusion which I should like to be able to draw
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    • Then why should thought be there at all? The physical
    • its own, should really prefer to prohibit it. For if the natural
    • Then one should turn one's gaze to other worlds
    • We should try to picture clearly to ourselves such a
    • the aid of what Anthroposophy should give us today, and are yet
    • powerless to understand what the star should signify, separated as we
    • It is not my wish that you should treat our
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    • what we should call an astral body — which had gone about on,
    • these ways now. But there is one way among the many that I should
    • It is remarkable, as I said, that the Sibyls should
    • significance exists and should give occasion for reflection. I mean
    • post-Atlantean epoch, we should find that at least those who had
    • pictures should recede more and more into the background of the
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    • also, should be modified. If they had remained under the sway of
    • in order that this destructive activity should not enter into human
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    • From the point of view relevant here I should like to
    • everywhere we should find that the spirit of Earth prevails in all
    • should find them permeated with Geology, in the sense meant here.
    • parts of the Earth, so that everything belonging to the Earth should
    • be mingled in Adam's bodily vesture. Today we should say that
    • one and we should find that they live in the midst of the forces
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    • souls of the Sibyls — should never be called good or bad in
    • during the third post-Atlantean epoch, should flow for a while below
    • earthly food. But each time a Dew course — as we should say
    • de Troyes, who first indicates to him how he should have asked
    • should work in his soul as a picture, so that from this picture of
    • and should now like to put it as follows.
    • touching way. I should like to read you a little of this, telling how
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    • as anthroposophists, it should be important to be clear that the
    • Now I should like to bring before you two facts which
    • the Sibylline forces we should now call them. For it cannot be
    • speak, someone we can leave unheard? No, for without him we should
    • abide rightly by the Grail should burn more fiercely.
    • Anthroposophy should mean to us — must be deeply grounded in
    • harmony of all religions. And he can decide also whether what should
    • what we have wished to bring before our souls. And we should keep in
    • light in the West? Should one light be able to unite with the other
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    • should like to give you an example of something where you can still
    • leads me behind the scenes of existence than I should be deceived by
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    • should turn to the Moon in vain, whereas we must win the confidence
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    • observed through the senses, should never be met with objections
    • Another concrete case which I should like to mention
    • to explain the chief things which should be borne in mind in this
    • should be borne in mind clearly.
    • Something else should also be considered when reflecting
    • the earthly sphere The earthly sphere — we should not lose
    • evolution of man's future, but these truths should become
    • science. For spiritual science should not only be a lifeless store of
    • knowledge satisfying our curiosity, but spiritual science should be
    • forces which are gradually becoming paralysed and those which should
    • spiritual science should be taken up and digested by human souls, not
    • should penetrate into us and live in us, thoughts which should —
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    • it. We should, however, realize that the beings who belong to what we
    • should often have to ascribe to ourselves so much of prejudice or
    • his son should inherit and carry on his business, so that the son
    • is the very thing we should not do. Yet it is right and according to
    • tendency of feeling, should not begin to work until thirty or forty
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    • it is essential that man should acquire insight into their
    • If it should happen that the elemental beings come under the
    • psychological ones. Why this should be so must be seen in a wider
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    • wrong. We should really designate the skin of our face as our
    • turned. We should bear in mind that many super-sensible facts are
    • should look for the super-sensible part of our physical body after
    • death. We should seek this physical body in the shape of a relation
    • should bear in mind.
    • being, we give it the shape which it should have during our next
    • should not approach our soul so that we remain dry and indifferent.
    • They should not be taken up in such a way that we remain
    • indifferent, dry and cool; but they should, instead, give us a
    • should incessantly continue to increase and raise our feelings. In
    • the sphere of spiritual science, our sentient life should more and
    • portion of spiritual science, we should be able to unfold, I might
    • crossed the portal of death before us should, however, be imagined
    • Here on earth we should allow other human beings to exercise their
    • and his ego-consciousness it was necessary that he should leave
    • important, most important, tasks through its soul-life. We should
    • realize without any pride, we should realize modestly and humbly,
    • have any idea of it. This fact should not merely arouse in us
    • for other purposes than those for which they should be used, in
    • of our time, an admonition to the effect that we should stand fully
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    • that I have made these introductory remarks, I should like to speak
    • falling away of our physical body, we should never be able to develop
    • in which we should imagine the dead, only by taking all that
    • exercises. But I should like to emphasize that such soul-exercises
    • we should not on the other hand, be able to penetrate into spiritual
    • which we should otherwise not use at all.
    • notice this when we should colour some sort of a surface — i.e.
    • which surrounds us. And we should always see it, if we could, so to
    • certain phenomenon which I should like to touch upon. When someone
    • about, here. Above all, we should approach the dead with thoughts
    • like form, with a human head. Of course, the whole thing should be
    • Thus, we should have to picture Adam and Eve by the side
    • In order that man should acquire the external form of
    • This is all as it should be. Modern science does not
    • acquire this, it is necessary above all that humanity should acquire
    • descriptions should correspond to the Truth grows weaker and weaker.
    • one says should correspond to the Reality. Unless we possess this
    • A true feeling, a true conception of this is what should
    • occupy our thoughts, and should constitute the first preparatory
    • steps in Spiritual Science. Thoughts like these should be, I might
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    • and I should like briefly to reply, in answer to our dear friend Mr.
    • entire picture of our view of the world. I should like to call your
    • that we should not make progress in our work, if we did not from time
    • require a much longer time. We should not advance in our knowledge of
    • several Folk-souls of humanity, should for once be spoken of quite
    • should be maintained regarding their mission until the present time,
    • there are good reasons why one should now begin to speak of this
    • formerly passed through the human stage, should now be already at the
    • described as the actual inspirers — or we should here say, if
    • on the earth, that which progresses from age to age should be
    • actualized, in order that many different forms should be developed in
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    • of the physical world should speak thus, for he only knows what he
    • should be able to follow one of these Folk-spirits; and see how he
    • Folk-spirit. We should have not nearly exhausted the characteristics
    • We should then come to yet others, which we do not,
    • should have had at the earlier stages. Now throughout the evolution
    • should be able to evolve in accordance with what wisdom decrees.
    • instrument of speech that it should produce a physical manifestation,
    • order that this or that should arise in the spirit of the age;
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    • important that we should understand that there are such
    • age, so that his impulses should have the right effect.
    • that in the feelings of the people should arise that which
    • way, rather should one be in a position to carry it out in detail.
    • themselves so that there should not be one humanity only upon the
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    • epochs, certain Beings should renounce the normal course of their
    • active in him, we should find that these are the donors of the
    • that no one should till then have dabbled in their handiwork. If no
    • possess the form we should have if we were born in the condition we
    • possibility is given that a man should not only be dependent in this
    • should not be prejudiced thereby. Here the truth may, indeed be
    • the Europeans that they should do so, but because they had to acquire
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    • should like to give you an example, and would beg you to accompany me
    • on the map. In the first place I should like to draw your attention
    • incarnation of our earth: that they should co-operate in perfect
    • still other Spirits weaving from within, who should really be weaving
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    • I shall here draw attention to one point, and it should
    • Form, which brings about in our life on earth that there should be
    • abnormal Spirits of Form should not by their activity produce too
    • of the Spirits of Form should detach Himself from the community; so
    • Form, who are really Spirits of Motion, the equilibrium should not be
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    • Southern Asia, who compose the Malay race. We should have to look
    • It is extremely important that this should be borne in
    • the Age who should arise in Europe. Hence also the Celtic peoples as
    • various folk-elements should take place in Europe. This was only
    • continent of Europe should be indicated, from whence at one time the
    • a definite way those tendencies should develop which in certain
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    • should learn to know to some extent, from the differentiation of the
    • should be understood as Primal Forces, as Spirits of Personality.
    • the soul's evolution the ‘ I ’ should
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    • materialistic will be greatly surprised that Spiritual Science should
    • selfishness. I should like to draw your attention to the fact that
    • should everywhere find that these things throw light upon the matter,
    • How then should man regard himself? He should regard
    • and cause of his evolution, and should thoughtfully accept what he
    • received from Odin as a gift, but he should regard himself as having
    • gone through the evolution following after that. He should receive
    • as an Archangel. He should make himself a son of Odin. He should take
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    • Europe. For this it was necessary that the Celts should receive an
    • out of themselves, it became necessary that the Mysteries should
    • If we had sufficient time to follow these things on further we should
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    • receive impressions of which I should like to describe one to you. A
    • they should also be able to see Christ on the physical plane, to have
    • I should not care to relate the human tragedy connected with the
    • confused, chaotic clairvoyance should arise, and an inclination to
    • that this Being must be called by the name Buddha, that should
    • The moment the facts should teach us otherwise, we
    • should be ready to act differently. The facts and the facts alone
    • past, and if a dogma should be thrust upon us from one quarter or
    • another, we should in accordance with the rightly understood
    • attitude, which should, like a golden thread, run through the whole.
    • So now I should like you to lay this to heart: that it
    • Neither Eastern nor Western shades should color our views. One who
    • important for the whole of humanity that we should feel that the
    • anthroposophical, that we should give of our best, that which is
    • should be the note on which, for the present, these lectures close.
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    • Should he be sent down to the earth or be left to pass his existence in a realm
    • It is a hard destiny that power should lie in the hands of men who regard the truest
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    • if the occasion should have presented itself in the Theosophical
    • further about the Dornach building, I should like to deal with the
    • should be brought against it; and one who knows the course taken by the
    • spiritual science should not be confused with what is often and widely
    • called “clairvoyance,” in a superficial way. Neither should
    • spiritual science should be distinguished from everything that is in
    • It should not be
    • in reverential awe, not named but paraphrased, should this be a subject
    • spiritual science or Anthroposophy. Therefore it should not be thought
    • the fact, which should be thought superstitious. But anyone who talks
    • about these seven columns should not at first consider the number, but
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    • between thoughts should be formulated, for they came to him as
    • Mystery should feel strengthened when at Christmas he steeps himself
    • in truths such as have now once more been expressed. He should feel
    • that a man should pass out of himself into the cosmos, the Christmas
    • festival should be the occasion when man tries to deepen inwardly, to
    • actual course of time. The idea was that Easter should be fixed
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    • Obviously in such a study we should look at Michelangelo's
    • the present day we should have no feeling for the very different mode
    • two horns like this and justify them as symbols of power, we should
    • not admire them because we should not believe in them. Yet
    • that we should believe in all the details of what is represented,
    • of soul; they are set within the actual world around us; we should
    • rather we should recognize that Michelangelo is the most important
    • intended that he should go to school like the others, but he was
    • create his figures. On the other hand, that he should not merely
    • Here I should like to refer
    • before us, that something specific should be made from it. It is not
    • Here is a point of view that we should bear in mind, particularly
    • should not be surprised that the man who was bold enough to
    • should be driven out.
    • should note the following — When developments at Rome prevented
    • likeness between this head and the Apollo Belvedere. We should
    • should allow his influence over us to work:
    • should select to represent plastically the truth which Spiritual
    • Science tells us — how, that is, we should picture the physical
    • should be represented in the form which Michelangelo has given to
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    • demanded by present conditions, and I should like now to say a little
    • coming to us from Spiritual Science should find their place in this
    • The last thing I want is that what I say should have
    • life, should never find favour in the sphere of our movement. In a
    • coming forward with the suggestion that difficult passages should be
    • activity should be demanded of the soul; that Spiritual Science
    • should not be easy to master. For in Spiritual Science it is not a
    • should not live through in the drowsiness of sleep and dream what
    • as these and they should not be overlooked. We must begin to be
    • The important thing is that we should work our way
    • through Spiritual Science to an understanding of life, that we should
    • intimations can lead. What I should like to have achieved is to have
    • the effect that should be made by our Building compare with that made
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    • can this be said to be the whole reality? Why should souls living in
    • that they should be made known, because humanity is inwardly yearning
    • necessary that a sense for reality should find its way into life.
    • I should like to ask such people whether or not they have to accept
    • Science and take these teachings really seriously, we should soon
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    • should be addressed to Miss DORA BAKER,
    • of Karma. And it should meet an objective and historical interest to
    • must become less selfish; we should be able to rejoice at another
    • person's success and rise; we should be able to look upon his
    • know that feelings, passions, etc. should be looked for in the astral
    • depths of earthly nature and we should beware of this. Lucifer is the
    • case exercise its influence and we should wait until this becomes
    • incarnation,” and we should behave towards him accordingly. If
    • truth, it should become manifest that by adopting the right attitude
    • condition that we have something to forgive him, we should envelop
    • should have gone wrong with that person, for this is the retribution
    • that things should have taken this course, because his Karma demands
    • ourselves — we do not say this to him — and this should
    • observe the workings of Karma we should bear in mind that every
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    • should be addressed to Miss DORA BAKER,
    • Let me indicate some of these facts today. You should realize that
    • way, may once more attain to this. We should bear I mind all that we
    • A characteristic which we should bear in mind is that we must now
    • should be sought in the 5th post-Atlantean age.
    • Goetheanism therefore strikes the fundamental note for what we should
    • seek during the 5th post-Atlantean epoch. Science should, as it were,
    • continually emphasize that we should acquire the capacity to abandon
    • reluctance, a certain fear in doing this. Yet we should clearly
    • explained to you, in many lectures, the standpoints which should be
    • they should have been taken.
    • things which were really needed, did not exist. We should know that
    • modern life. We should be aware of this. We should feel the
    • should be felt: That what we call justice or injustice in public life
    • In regard to modern culture, we should therefore consider, in
    • future. As modern people we should realize that in the same way in
    • unegoistic sphere; they should repeat this attempt again and again
    • This should particularly be the case with teachers (let me emphasize
    • this). What I explained to you just now should be borne in mind
    • particularly in the training of teachers. Teachers should not have
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    • advertisements, etc. should be addressed to Miss DORA
    • is what we should be able to conceive. When we transcend our own
    • the space of 24 hours should instead be compared with the course
    • should be compared with man's sleeping condition. If comparisons
    • are drawn in, we should therefore say:
    • we should indeed consider that in the summer the Spirit of the
    • into man; their flowers should therefore be sought in man.
    • human life from the inner aspect, we should look upon it as a
    • impressions or signs, is still elastic. Consequently we should
    • should therefore tell a child as much as possible, but without
    • stressing the point that it should unfold its memory power
    • should instead be left to its own resources. Spiritual science
    • productive way. Whereas the power of memory should be connected
    • astral body, his volitional life should be connected chiefly with
    • to, we may always deny them. But our observation should be
    • adapted to life and we should really gain insight into life as it
    • direction. We should realize that the path leading into the
    • innermost depths of our soul. Life on earth should not be looked
    • evolution, life on earth should give us something that flames
    • these things, we should always say that particularly in the
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    • strong sense of something which I should now like to describe.
    • the age of fourteen is what it should be, children on leaving school
    • demand that man should take his place in the world solely on the
    • — demands that man should be able to raise himself to an
    • existence worthy of a human being, that he should be able to feel
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    • has very little concern with it. We can of course — and should
    • that one of their number should undertake a particular field of
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    • The truths we look for in spiritual science should not
    • be dead facts, but should bring with them understanding of such a
    • know very little about it should be induced to ask: What, after all,
    • bring life into our most external concerns. I should like to make
    • the various peoples of this period of culture should work together.
    • corners should be rubbed off. Because it is in the becoming
    • requires of us that we should not dream our lives away in the dark,
    • temperament should be taken in such a way, whereas that other person
    • conclusions! We make for ourselves an idea of what someone should be,
    • fair to do, we should dream away the development of the consciousness
    • individual an attempt should be made for anyone to describe his inner
    • The consciousness soul — just because it should develop as such
    • should come to social understanding on the one hand and liberty of
    • of individual development, is needed. Wherever possible we should
    • Now when a society is formed, this should take place in
    • existence, and the exchange of ideas between these actual men should
    • That he should learn it is right and proper, but we could not; and
    • should learn these things; but we are not called upon to be creative,
    • I should like now, if you will allow me, to put these
    • should know nothing about these spiritual beings is no longer a
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    • This is not the path modern man should seek into the spiritual
    • we perceive colours, so we must perceive our own balance or we should slip
    • insight man acquires should not cause pain. The seekers of religious
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    • celebrate a Sunday — a day, that is, which should remind them of
    • We should indeed
    • should confess today, in all sincerity, how difficult it is to find our
    • we should see in Paul a man who had been initiated into super-sensible,
    • vision, not through any mere beholding with the senses. Should anyone
    • meaning. It is important that people should face such conclusions, for
    • unhappiness to mankind in the modern age? Should it not go together with
    • it not essential that people should consider how a super-sensible
    • character can be brought again into the human faculty of knowledge? Should
    • for indeed it would be, or rather it is a jest that man should keep the
    • judgment; and now it is time that this should go further and develop into
    • Easter should remind him, by the very way its date is determined, to look
    • we should carry in our hearts and minds today. We still have with us the
    • with the other thought which I have indicated. For the soul of man should
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    • consider, how Agriculture should be carried on in the light of
    • this subject: how Agriculture should be shaped, in the light of
    • practised nowadays in the widest circles. For it should go without
    • saying, and every man should recognise the fact: One cannot speak of
    • Agriculture, not even of the social forms it should assume, unless
    • itself should really cease. So long as people do not recognise that
    • doubt, it is quite right that we should not superficially connect the
    • studied more intimately, we should for example have a better
    • degree. That is what I should like to point out in this introductory
    • should have plants with very thin stems — plants, to a large
    • Nevertheless, we have to raise this question: How should we best
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    • individuality. Every farm should approximate to this condition. This
    • ideal cannot be absolutely attained, but it should be observed as far
    • should try to posses it within the farm itself (including in the
    • farm from outside should be regarded rather as a remedy for a sick
    • farm. That is the ideal. A thoroughly healthy farm should be able to
    • wherever we are studying plant growth, we should be clear in the
    • should never forget that a silicious ground — even if it be
    • had to experience the warmth which works within the Earth, we should
    • upward the influences which should be working upward in this winter
    • We get indications that will really help us, where we should
    • Altogether, we should
    • of the soil one important thing should above all be understood. I
    • called so on account of its form; as to its yellowness it should
    • not get very far. We should not get far if it were not for the fact
    • — we should not be very successful in creating the different
    • region. This is the peculiar fact — and I should be glad if my
    • farm, properly speaking we should only use it as a remedy — as
    • are interested in these matters should develop their knowledge above
    • agricultural unit should be. Only the animal stock must also be
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    • should go about stunned and benumbed. The oxygen around us must be
    • paths in the human organism, we should perceive in it once more a
    • is impossible that the Earth should wander through the Cosmos as a
    • human being. We should be able to see it all, if we could somehow
    • creep inside. We should see the carbonaceous formative activity
    • we should feel as the very superior gentleman who wrests away all
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    • even from dead animals ... These things should not by any means be
    • We should have strange-looking cows if this were all. They would be
    • sandy. (We can choose a good soil for the purpose. It should not be
    • only the water should perhaps be slightly warmed.
    • mean that you should water them with it in a crude way; you spray the
    • great difficulty in doing so. Why should it not be possible to make
    • when these products get to man, that they should be beneficial for his
    • to the whole, and so it should be. If you pursue agriculture in this
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    • seen, should never depart from anything that is in the sphere of living
    • much time describing how you should prepare manure — whether from
    • the room is dirty. Nor should we clean the room by thinking out devices
    • vital to agriculture, we should always remain in larger spheres,
    • and even to these minutest of creatures we should apply as little as
    • It should go without saying
    • our manure not only as I indicated yesterday; we should also subject
    • give them to the plants. No, the point is that we should add living
    • things, but let me say at the outset: if they should be difficult to
    • It should on no account be weeded out. (Needless to say, we should prevent
    • of our Agricultural Circle should make experiments; they will soon see
    • how well it works. And now the question is (for we should always work
    • Why should we sew it up precisely in the bladder of a stag?
    • be allowed to work upon the substance. Therefore you should take these
    • two plants should he difficult to get in some locality, they might be
    • you will scarcely find another plant to replace it. If it should happen
    • where it grows wild in Nature. It should really grow around man's heart,
    • say, if ever it should be necessary in a certain sense to rid the soil
    • You should not be deceived by the swollen size of any product. The point
    • is that it should be inwardly consistent, with really nutritive intensity.
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    • new Moon, what they received at the Full Moon. Indeed, we should attain
    • confirmed. If I had a farm, however, I should not wait to see them
    • verified. I should apply the method at once, for I am sure that it will
    • done so. They at least should have known better; they should have known
    • should normally be going on in the region of the leaves is pressed downward,
    • plant — the cosmic forces which should be working up above are
    • terms — albeit, pardonable nonsense. We should really speak of
    • of these things. On the one hand, it is right that the Earth should
    • (or with any one of its organs) than it should normally be. In such
    • it will work too strongly from below upward. That which should only
    • Moon-influence prevents what should work upward from the earth from
    • the opposite conclusion, but we should be wrong. Perception shows it
    • as I have now described it. What, then, should we do?
    • It is the very opposite of what we should do to gain a relationship
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    • take special care to allow for the due breeding of earth-worms. We should
    • without the other. Hence the farmer should also be careful to let the
    • should have some understanding of the rare of birds and insects.
    • be done by quite other things in unwooded districts. This we should
    • vegetation. We should have sufficient insight, on no account to exterminate
    • we should have the heart — when we see that the vegetation is
    • then we should set to work and make some clearings in the forest —
    • is an essential part of agriculture, and should indeed be thought of
    • true feeling in the old time of instinctive clairvoyance. (I should
    • for mushrooms and toadstools; and we should see to it that the soil
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    • should we expect it to be otherwise? They talk of combustion-processes
    • we should take pains to observe what the point is.
    • organism. But we should also understand the opposite pole. This is a
    • We should
    • animal, however, we should rather speak as follows: There is the nerves-and-senses
    • of the two outermost poles (Diagram 18). Hence, for the animal we should
    • the necessary forces from the Cosmos. Therefore we should not merely
    • towards them. We should lead them out over the pastures. Altogether,
    • we should give them the opportunity to come into relation with the surrounding
    • Nevertheless, you should try to attain it as far as possible.
    • you should give young cattle. Carrots and linseed, or something that
    • and tests. Thus they try to indicate the quantities that should be given
    • learned: “Young cattle should be fed so and so, cattle you wish
    • to fatten should be fed in that way,” and so on. So they will
    • too, men would do well to observe these things. If they did so, we should
    • and claiming for themselves things that the human being himself should
    • us come to the question, how should we fatten animals? Here we must
    • we do need it. For our fattening animals we should therefore add something
    • is one thing of importance I should like to paint out, and I beg you
    • within the human or animal organism. Hence a carcinoma patient should
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    • should then consider first of all man's life as a
    • world. When we reach this moment, we should, above all,
    • in from outside, is like something which should not really
    • the universe that lives in him. Aries should therefore not
    • should be considered. It expresses the fact that man is
    • should be borne in mind.
    • should not consider things
    • case today, but we should set out from this development of
    • told you just now that we should
    • should really say: If we wish to
    • make a drawing of the human being we should have to draw
    • The science of education should try to solve the problem of
    • how the childish head, which is the teacher, should treat
    • humoristic, but they conceal a deep truth which should be
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    • should like, then, to put before you once more, the picture of the Order of
    • consciously in the souls of the Knights Templar should be in harmony with
    • was chosen to be the instrument who should oppose the Templars. That is to
    • souls of the Templars should be torn out of the individuality of the Templars
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    • should be developed first of all are the forces of thinking. This is
    • perception. The first thing which should be borne in mind when
    • connection with an external sense impression, we should learn to
    • constituting a systematic practice, should be carried out in our
    • But the kind of thinking which should be used for the cognition of
    • neck, then the shoulders, the thorax, etc., even as in an organism
    • is this morphological way of thinking which should be added to the
    • should realise that the spiritual science of Anthroposophy leads in
    • the human soul, and we should not think that any results can be
    • that even in the first decades of the 19th century people should have
    • should be applied to the soul-life, by observing it in a concrete
    • This example shows us how we should investigate the inter-activity of
    • only thing which should remain to us is our calm thinking power,
    • as a memory, for otherwise we should not be of sound mind; without
    • memory we should be psychopaths, subjected to hallucinations and to
    • should have to speak for hours from the standpoint of a theory of
    • “real” when it influences us in such a way that we should
    • soul. An external object can be called real, if we should have to
    • the force of thought. These moral forces should not only be developed
    • moral courage, or courage in general; this should be intensified in
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    • unprejudiced a way as they should be seen. From hundreds of possible
    • longer belongs, into the consciousness that should oversee and judge
    • said in preceding lectures, it should be clear that all spiritual
    • in considering that everything should be like condensed ghosts. Here
    • the justified opinion should be spread that an outer, distinguishing
    • grasp such matters. This should result from the study itself. If one
    • has a definite notion of how one should grasp these things, one
    • moment in which he should approach the real science of the spirit,
    • one without hatred, it should have done what the others have not
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    • circles today. For we should imagine, in fact, we should be
    • This should
    • natural science have befogged them; they should think about their own
    • I should like to draw your attention to the fact that even the kind
    • will not be able to harm us. And I should like to describe in the
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    • feeble powers we should ever be in a position to do much of what has
    • to be done. One thing at least is important, that we should connect
    • our interest with what has to be done, that we should acquire ever
    • learn the simplest thing about the illness. Why should he? We have
    • senses we should have a different world! Accidental senses!
    • true, that what is required is, that by thought they should really be
    • slip-shod thinking of the present day. Spiritual Science should
    • force rules in the world. It is not enough that we should be
    • advantage. We should be interested in establishing, alongside the
    • science of the day should seek out someone whom they can trust; for
    • himself in seeing that he too should be suitably qualified to
    • something of great worth — then we should never surmount the
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    • of Middle Europe has every motive to consider how he should develop
    • natural that the European should want to eliminate the repetitions in
    • individual forms by the different peoples. Our whole attitude should
    • a possibility for everyone. Everyone should pay heed to what lives in
    • dominant position in the world he should lend himself to the downfall
    • This lecture should show you that the hatred
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    • should be regarded as an approximate translation of the
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    • I should like to start
    • physical body alone. It is this thinking that should be
    • spiritually. One should feel deeply that the spiritual revelation
    • earnestness. One should realise all this to-day; one should feel that
    • Spiritual forces are there and we should make our decisions, our
    • necessary that we should be conscious of these decisions; in our
    • than in the case of our ancestors). The moment of waking should be
    • sacred for the modern man. He should feel: I come from the spiritual
    • should really consider thoroughly to-day. The anthroposophic view of
    • Man should learn from it that he was driven into it by his previous
    • necessary for man's future evolution that he should let the spirit
    • One should understand
    • many of our present day mystics are just that. One should see in it
    • the anthroposophic view of the world. We should engrave this
    • should become conscious of our great responsibility and conscious,
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    • 28:12 And thou shalt put the two stones upon the shoulders of the ephod for stones of memorial unto the children of Israel: and Aaron shall bear their names before the LORD upon his two shoulders for a memorial. \
    • 28:25 And the other two ends of the two wreathen chains thou shalt fasten in the two ouches, and put them on the shoulder pieces of the ephod before it. \
    • impulses in the men who hear them. And if there should be a
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    • takes it in a healthy way, Anthroposophy should have precisely the opposite
    • effective cure. She should say to herself: ‘Now, all the more,
    • should not be prolonged. One should endeavour to watch oneself:
    • themselves firmly to will what they should will. The way to
    • the most important thing to say that when a man is ill you should
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    • results. But I should like in to-day's lecture to attempt to
    • should not have our intuition of space (Raumanschauung) if, in
    • and then confront external coloured objects, we should then, in the
    • build up in ourselves. We should thus place ourselves outside our
    • in us as sensation, and then set it before us, we should likewise find
    • back upon ourselves we should find it again — just as we find
    • we have the space world around us, so we should have around us a
    • world of intermingling colours and tones. We should speak of an
    • has been elaborated in the course of human evolution. I should like
    • should not be too slow. But whether the pace be slow or fast may be
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    • of members became convinced that a building should be erected for it.
    • should now like to speak of the considerations
    • As a view of the world, it should spring from an inner spiritual life
    • stage — should speak also through the artistically plastic
    • in order that intellectual perception, which sets men free, should
    • angles to one another, I should indicate this space by drawing
    • to form human, human legs, we should feel persistent inhibition. One
    • if I were to speak platonically, I should have to call an expression
    • needs a feeling for one's material and should know for what this or that
    • I should like to make a remark which seems important to me, so that
    • I should
    • I should like
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    • listen to him in the right way, we should gain much that we need to
    • “No-one who is not initiated in the sacred Mysteries should
    • We should be
    • happen if men should not be led by Spiritual Science to this awareness?
    • This centre which is isolated in man, and should work only within
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    • were it only in its right place! We should be thoughtless and
    • it is essential that man should acquire once more a consciousness of
    • should apply only to the Father God and transfers it to the
    • should simply be unable to call ourselves Christians in modern times.
    • the Christ Impulse, when he forms and fashions them as they should be
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    • immeasurable significance that Paul should have proclaimed his
    • figuratively, we should say: In those times man saw how the human
    • namely, that the Gods themselves should acquire knowledge of
    • untouched by Ahriman; that they, the Gods, should learn of death
    • ordinary language here, although for such themes others should
    • Interwoven as we now are with death, we should know nothing
    • death. We should have passed over into an age when all knowledge
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • would consist entirely of lamb's flesh and in reality the wolf should
    • there should be no difference between lamb and wolf as far as the
    • should become a lamb if it keeps on eating lamb's flesh.
    • Anthroposophy should therefore strive to maintain the Universal-Divine.
    • mind my using a somewhat trivial expression, but I should like to
    • sciences it should of course continue the wisdom of the Father. But
    • seriously. It matters very much that we should examine ourselves, in
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • should be addressed to Miss DORA BAKER,
    • acquired through spiritual science should enable us to see something
    • things. We should be able to face above all the following question:
    • the modern culture and civilisation of Europe. We should at least
    • This should not be taken as
    • an abstract truth, as a theory, but it should be grasped with the
    • deepest and most intense feeling of responsibility, and we should
    • Supper should be eaten in this or in that form, and whether this or
    • that should be interpreted by this or that formula, — while the
    • should be celebrated in the winter season. When the external physical
    • before investigating anything historically, one should take for
    • active forces and that we should learn to consider earthly phenomena
    • my dear friends, should be something that stirs our hearts while our
    • one has to arrange what should take place within it, then one knows
    • spiritual worlds, but we should learn a certain way of living and
    • epoch of culture we should envisage the 6th and 7th epochs. It is
    • so-called dead; it is essential that mankind should become more and
    • the understanding of the heart. This we should seek in a living
    • means to us should enable us to have an open spiritual eye for such
    • that could befall us is that Russia, the East, should win in this
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    • should be addressed to Miss DORA BAKER,
    • man should realise that he must strike out a new course in regard to
    • or who criticize it in a vile way. They should consider that what
    • more than ever materialistic. This should be known to-day. We cannot
    • elevation should take hold of humanity, and who make use of the fact
    • takes up a mystical book, no matter of what kind, should appeal
    • this reason we should not be led astray by the fact that the many
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    • very important that people should at least recognise these
    • tendencies: But it is so very necessary that one should
    • verbiage of freedom. He needs that freedom should actually
    • especially as it is necessary that Asia and America should
    • Blavatsky was as if a pig should start talking like a man. To
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    • world of the eyes and ears is very small. I should be gazing
    • should he not understand what he himself has written? ...
    • I should like
    • Lecture-Cycle a year ago. They told him how he should act,
    • Christ-Impulse. They had to be there in her soul. How should
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • or nose, and that the back of the head, which should depend
    • should not be entirely cosmic, but cosmic toned down by the
    • earthly, and in order that our limb-system should not be
    • we should be a round ball; were we not, as man of the
    • should be a pillar. This combined working of cosmic and
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    • while he was assembling his players demanded that they should
    • was another rule. Further, nobody should desire anything more
    • traditional Christmas Plays should in all things be obeyed.
    • unless there can be a spiritual awakening. What should awaken
    • necessary. The goal of Anthroposophy should be to draw forth
    • of the Christmas symbols should be an incitement to infuse
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    • teaching of Buddha should frequently be discussed to-day, is a fact
    • the history of Western spiritual life should tell us that the idea of
    • closely interwoven, he should have evolved the idea that this descent
    • of my soul I should everywhere be able to look behind the illusion of
    • not feel it unjust that he should suffer from the faults of youthful
    • actions committed in a different consciousness. Equally, he should
    • not feel it an injustice that he should atone in his present state
    • “Not I, but Christ in me!” The Christian should say:
    • in Goethe, for instance — demands that man should not give way
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    • Spirit within this detail, to a Whole. If we should happen to
    • become brain or nerve specialists, we should then still be able, in
    • a whole. We should reach a universal principle able to form part
    • modern culture. We should be in a sorry plight if all that lives in
    • prescription, that people who need it should have seven hours of
    • sleep and others for whom this is not necessary, should sleep much
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    • should be written as it is. I always wrote it mia; for in the
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    • should be addressed to Miss DORA BAKER,
    • “demonology,” a worship of demons! We should realize
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    • concerned with the Christ. How should we conceive the union of these
    • all clear in their minds about how far they should go in their
    • spiritual science?” We should cultivate inwardly everything
  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • do with space, we should get the following curious result: If
    • should find more easily the transition to the soul's life. For
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • space, we should there observe the blood-system, the nervous-system
    • to go further back we should see how this path would lead us much
    • should logically lead to the following reflection – When the
    • latter itself we should, however, have something in a state of
    • must be examined with the sternness which should be applied to every
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • suggest that you should one day really start from this point and make a
    • or perhaps I should say, how this Natural Science is developed.
    • this connection it is necessary that man should develop the right
    • Ahriman. In our manner of speaking to-day we should say Lucifer and
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    • beginning in this direction. For this should not be regarded as
    • them, should be conscious of the fact that they are working at
    • theosophical life should be carried into all branches of life and
    • such a thing should be thought possible). It might even be cultivated
    • instead of passing from that to a still larger one I should prefer to
    • attained — that our theosophical life should lead to our
    • occultism should give its conclusions on these facts in the West.
    • should not be, (to go into this now would lead us too far) we know
    • she had an impetuous nature and often said what she should not, for
    • necessary that there should be any disharmony in the theosophical
    • and we should not have mentioned these subjects to-day at all, if our
    • opponents’ side should say, ‘Here it is said that that
    • these are really things that we must point out, so that no one should
    • already received. And so I should like in particular, in order to
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    • nourishment we should come at last to an expression of the cosmos, to
    • consider the Mystery of Golgotha, but that we should arrive at it
    • offered by the Spirits of Will to the Cherubim. This should give us
    • an indication of how we should really look upon fire. Wherever we see
    • fire, wherever we are aware of heat, we should not think in so
    • But wherever heat is present we should feel that what is at the
    • later period, so that we should not at first take such things
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    • observed the space of ancient Saturn we should have found no
    • what is meant here. And if a man should make a sacrifice, not because
    • impulse to sacrifice, it is then unthinkable that he should feel
    • vision of the beatitude of sacrifice! We should be soul-less lumps if
    • will accept nothing unproved.’ Certainly we should not accept
    • world as a gift, everything ho possessed — we should thus be
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    • it must appear truly absurd that sacrifice should be recognised
    • fire nor air should be sought in the world of reality, but sacrifice,
    • ready to renounce all that we should otherwise wish to choose for
    • importance that we should accept this renunciation, this creative
    • thought, however, which we should entertain is this: that man would
    • Universe, so that we should meet with resistance in that which is
    • should like to remind you of that Spanish King who considered the
    • other way of doing it!’ Why, indeed, should it not be done in
    • it might be said: Why should a triangle have only three angles?
    • occasion I suggested that we should suppose that the sacrifice of
    • that has been referred to to-day. It is not necessary that he should.
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    • this boy should experience fresh injustice, perhaps at school; then
    • Beings. The Spirits of Movement should not be thought of as merely
    • should continually arise to assuage the feeling of desolation, we
    • the yearning is satisfied and brought into harmony; but should a
    • can span with her earthly consciousness! We should not be able to
    • should like to know how an abstract thinker, one who accounts for
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    • power of the process of acquiring knowledge. We should be able
    • depends on himself, or at least it need only do so. And he should not
    • because it is related to him. Why else should people who start from
    • been told should find an echo in himself. He wishes it to become its
    • ourselves arrive at the concept of the miraculous, we should see that
    • therefore be necessary that we should not only try to understand
    • Hierarchies — we should find that they do not know death in the
    • historical status of the Gospels. Rather should we, as
    • I should just like to mention a point I already endeavoured to
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    • should spread, for those who had gone through the gate of
    • illuminating words are heard in the world today; they should
    • which due note should be taken; it should not be taken
    • views on this Note, or asked the kind of question that should
    • that, they think, should put an end to it all! I do not know
    • people's thinking stops at the very point where it should be
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • deep pain, and it is right this should be so; on the other
    • hand, we should not forget that the number of people who have
    • asks at the present time that issues like these should be
    • human evolution. No one asks that they should be tackled at
    • undertaking should go awry, we should not draw the wrong
    • must be looked into, and they should not be taken
    • pessimistically; instead they should give us the inner
    • the present age, a life we should not follow, for spiritual
    • impulses should have taken over in the twenty-seventh
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    • and the immediate future in some aspects at least. It should
    • illusion that their kingdom should be very much of this
    • little. This loosening should only be a means of gaining
    • come as a surprise that people who really should not be
    • leaving the Society, merely show that they never should have
    • should be. Forgive me for saying this. If there were the
    • people should turn their attention elsewhere. Rather the
    • opposite: We should not turn our attention away from the
    • courage. But the place where this courage should be in the
    • way. But one should not sit back and accept; one should not
    • will just take while. The measure should not prevent anyone
    • whatever vow of silence there may be. But it should only be
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    • and why should they be exposed to those great and fearsome
    • with human birth and death. You should never believe that
    • is, should we not continue to keep them hidden? This is not
    • are not only no idealist, but a real devil. Why should the
    • and why should right not continue to be right for ever and
    • kind of apology, that one should not, of course, imagine the
    • this cry for the devil. People should not simply grow
    • Humanity should
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    • truly less and less of this world. This, however, should not
    • should it not be possible for an individual to incarnate in a
    • should look, this is how the woman should look, if they are
    • to produce the true human being of the future; he should have
    • that human beings should be produced on the basis of certain
    • things we should encourage in our Anthroposophical Society is
    • such ideas. We should not fool ourselves, for we are faced
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    • to the luciferic element, made the part of him that should be
    • refers should not be considered in a sentimental way, but
    • should remember plain, simple Matthias Claudius, and he quoted
    • teachers should be prophets. But it will not be for ever.
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    • did the spiritual world demand that these people should have
    • eastern Europe, for this is how we should actively consider
    • aim is to develop well-regulated ideas of how one should
    • seventh to fourteenth year, but they should do so especially
    • mood. It is poison to demand that children should understand
    • nature should come up, its origins are not in the divine
    • principles as to how they should teach, how they should
    • enthusiasm. This should not be forced, of course. People are
    • sympathies and antipathies. We should still have those
    • sympathies and antipathies, but the pendulum should not
    • extreme, where we say that one should not be too fussy and
    • raised, and this is what should be done. It means that due
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    • notices. Opinions of the kind that the war should not be
    • one should think there is a personal bias. The book, on the
    • life. We should not immediately think that someone whom we
    • were to compare States to organisms, we should at least try
    • organism. This is something people should realize, but they
    • should not be built because the human nervous system would
    • professional opinion was that railways should not be built.
    • so the document says — high board fences should be put
    • is that the whole world should be the same as these Western
    • the whole world should adopt their system. The Anglo-American
    • This is how things should be everywhere.’
    • original. It should be rather interesting, quite a joke in
    • tell the world: ‘You should all sit on chairs like
    • ‘The world should now accept what we have had so
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    • danger of preserving what should not be preserved. Everything
    • We should not allow the ahrimanic powers to gain the upper
    • hand, as it were, and we should not fall in love with
    • according to the plan of things, it should have been
    • also relates to this, something which should not be
    • to use the point at issue as an analogy, therefore. I should
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • should learn something from this, however — as I have
    • important that the idea that animals were devils should exist
    • second statement should really follow the one I have just
    • which should really be shown in a clear light.
    • but it should never be a superstition held among
    • for us to cut them if we want to have a bouquet. Why should
    • level lower in human brains than they should be. ‘Monistic’
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    • should never experience anything deeper than they are able to
    • stories should be told in a truly thoughtful way, rather than
    • natural history which is dinned into children today should
    • is the botany children should be told. And they should be
    • quite young, much to their detriment, we should have a
    • is that people interested in education should enter into the
    • The book is now generally available and I should like to draw
    • adherents of the Reformation should not have, for if they did
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • then began to instil ideas in human minds that affairs should
    • people should continue to learn their letters throughout the
    • terms. This must continue, but it should not be applied to
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    • with this there is a significant question which should really
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    • spirits, the spirits of light, that the inner life should
    • the way it is handled today, should be regarded as a science?
    • reality. The point is that we should not tell them anything
    • to avoid any form of allegory, nor should you speak of
    • of them should happen to wake up — it is not a matter
    • might say: If one of them should by chance wake up and say
    • And if anyone should wake up they are simply ignored.
    • one to see through much of what we should see through today,
    • should be raised all over the world today, for they would
    • parliament and asks the question: Which side should the poor
    • it should be followed if we accept this in all its depth and
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    • man seriously. For, the fall of man should be taken seriously.
    • things, with respect to our tasks, to which we should turn our
    • anthroposophical movement. But we should banish it in such a
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    • older times and particularly during the Middle Ages. To-day I should
    • case we should very probably have seen this is a paradox, but it is
    • true indeed we may say that undoubtedly we should have seen that when
    • Speaking in mediaeval terms, we should say that the natural sciences
    • not so, we should not have our modern theory of evolution. Normal methods
    • philosopher of today to explain what beauty is (for he should know
    • something about these things, should he not?), we shall receive the
    • all what he should be. He comes from heaven and I have so portrayed
    • matters is that we should become aware of the change in the content of
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    • astronomer and in those days it was excusable that he should also have
    • should be interpreted, we can translate it into terms of imaginative
    • with German culture! No credence whatever should be given to this
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    • print. It should also be remembered that certain premises were taken
    • the principle that the knowing human being should understand himself
    • science, we should not speak about the spirit in the vague and
    • general way indicated today; rather, we should speak in such a way
    • difficult position if he has worked through to what should be said
    • should be reminded that in the second third of the nineteenth century
    • this is admitted today in relation to coal, it should not be
    • should form itself under the influence of the sun activity. In that
    • is the earth ego. This should not be said merely symbolically! As the
    • contribution to research of the plant world, to say that one should
    • soul nature. If this is done, a soul should also be attributed to
    • a soul can also be attributed to a mouse trap! We should not speak
    • regarding the soul life of a single plant, however, then he should
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    • to supplant his ways of thinking?” No, we should rather
    • who lived once upon a time; whom man should emulate, with
    • whom he should associate his labours. In like manner, other
    • should make one hesitate to pronounce such judgments. Having
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    • recognises the Christmas Festival: he should seek for the
    • that Easter should be fixed in a purely pedantic and
    • evolve once more. It is necessary for mankind that we should
    • should know that our very heart's blood is united with every
    • the animals we cannot apply the ideas of ‘should
    • or ‘should not.’ But man must go farther than
    • you should not look for anything behind it,” It was the
    • lower level than they should have had. The associative
    • we should seek the virginity of the intellect; — That
    • is to say, we should loosen the intellect from the functions
    • sky should not be interpreted in the sense of Physical
    • Humanity should
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    • advertisements, etc. should be addressed to Miss DORA
    • designated as man's inner and outer being should be distinctly
    • detail from single examples in life. We should note, for
    • theoretically, though they leave us inwardly cold, these should
    • mineral life on earth, we understand why there should be mineral,
    • as far as man. No speculations should enter the observations made
    • the world development should first be grasped through a kind of
    • how science should change into art, we must of course encounter
    • development should have preceded it, such as that of man, in
    • if we wish to understand the human being. We should, for
    • the natural-scientific concept, that there should still exist
    • the evolution of the world; it shows that we should look back
    • element. He cannot admit that this certainty should only be valid
    • that through his natural certainty man should not lose his
    • perishable things he should not lose the certainty in regard to
    • courageously recognize that certainty should be gained also in
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • advertisements, etc. should be addressed to Miss DORA
    • difficulties of the present time should be sought exclusively in
    • not a question of single, limited spheres) we should once more
    • enthusiastic human hearts, those men should concern themselves
    • Perhaps you may find it strange that I should emphasize these
    • natural science. Why should the moral impulses and actions that
    • sensory recitation of mantrams; they should instead pursue this
    • must turn thought itself towards our inner being. We should
    • us. As spiritual investigators, we should be in a position to
    • in his world conception should become an astronomer, so it is not
    • necessary that everyone should become a spiritual investigator,
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • advertisements, etc. should be addressed to Miss DORA
    • make things clear to you from every aspect) should be stricter
    • should not fall a prey to illusions. To begin with, he should be
    • meaning, should not only strengthen his thinking through
    • meditation, but he should also transform his desires through
    • development, to his own life. He should be able to pursue the
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • advertisements, etc. should be addressed to Miss DORA
    • festivals of the year work should stop and that Christmas in
    • particular should only be dedicated to religious exercises.
    • Nevertheless a deeper insight into present conditions should not
    • many centuries. But today in particular we should bear in mind
    • to utter the name of Christ, but entails that we should deeply
    • in the West we should look across to the East; we become more and
    • back to the truly living essence of this conception we should go
    • Mystery of Golgotha we should remember what was really the object
    • living Christ should be brought into every form of knowledge. The
    • significant task of the present times. We should feel that first
    • Christ idea must be gained. We should realize that the present
    • that in the present time we already have Christ. We should feel
    • Christ should be sought in the innermost depths of man's being,
    • Sacrifices should be offered to Christ, who transforms the Maya
    • of our thoughts into realities. We should be humble enough to
    • birth. We should remember that we first have to gain an
    • should be permeated with the living forces of Christ. We must
    • misery and distress, Christmas should be celebrated in such a way
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • senses should be looked for on the surface. It suffices to bear
    • regard to these senses should, of course, be studied more deeply,
    • ordinary one. And today it should not be applied to life in a
    • intimate connection which should exist between the astral body
    • from above should not be developed wrongly, so as to be connected
    • human being, may become free. This entails that he should
    • when they speak of Goetheanism, they should keep to Goethe's
    • should be followed with that deep earnestness which does not
    • opposition, whereas there should at last be a progress, evident
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • He should really feel that mankind's historical development is
    • the greatest of riddles. He should say to himself that the
    • meaning in history. We should be filled with the longing to
    • spiritual should appear to man in a new way, not in the same way
    • We should grasp in
    • difference between the way in which we should now look upon the
    • on his part, for the grasping of truths which should appear
    • which the Mystery of Golgotha should be faced, constitutes the
    • and also changes history into something which it should not be
    • the essence of the Mystery of Golgotha. Christ should be felt and
    • light that gives man his place in the universe. We should
    • forces of descent and enter the ascending forces. This should be
    • One should
    • things, which should not be ignored, for to the extent in which
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • advertisements, etc. should be addressed to Miss DORA
    • from it. But at the same time we should also grasp the following:
    • monotonous. With our whole soul we should penetrate into the way
    • We should not bear
    • were, should not be considered as an historical coincidence. We
    • whole human being. Modern man should really attain what I have
    • indicated in my book on Goethe's world conception; he should once
    • kindle in his soul. Man should again bring into his ideas the
    • whole warmth and light of his soul. Inwardly he should again be
    • Logos was made flesh.” Modern man should add: “And I
    • friends, it is indeed indispensable that modern man should grasp
    • modern life — which should not be despised, for, from
    • undoubtedly exist in the present time, should come to us led by
    • something which Anthroposophists above all should know; for there
    • progress; truth should be represented as strongly as possible, so
    • choose the Spirit as our guide, to understand how we should
    • choose it, this is the insight which Anthroposophists should
    • gain; this is what they should learn to know in the deepest
  • Title: Lecture: The End of the Dark Age
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    • advertisements, etc. should be addressed to Miss DORA
    • from continuing to develop as it should develop in accordance
    • 20th century, our deepest concern should no longer be
  • Title: Lecture: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
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    • How should we think of these Christmas words at such a time?
    • the spiritual part of us has remained behind. And humanity should be
    • should be educated to this, for the Feast of Christmas has been given
    • this human body in childhood. This is what should underlie our
    • Child man should be reminded of the Human-Divine, which he left
    • Man should be reminded by the Child of that which has again brought
    • it was considered very important that the spectators should
    • understand as little as possible of the matter and should only behold
    • would then, and then only, be valued in the right way. We should then
    • make this Christmas Festival what it should be to us, a Festival
    • this: that we should turn our gaze to the possible effects, to those
    • spiritual awakening should be united the thought of the spiritual
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    • that is different from what it originally should have been. It
    • during childhood. This is what should lie at the basis of the
    • heavenly heights. In the form of the child, the human being should
  • Title: Lecture: Zarathustra
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    • purpose of human evolution that the two currents should meet. Before
    • at the same point along both sides. Why should we not assume that the
    • what lies in the realm of the Asuras, and that he should therefore
  • Title: Lecture: Hermes
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    • modern Natural Science should have spoken of the achievements of
    • must not be analysed merely in the sense of allegory or symbol. It should
    • statement of Spiritual Science? I should like here to quote from a
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • sun, very soon we should no longer have any caterpillars. They would all
    • or rather the caterpillar, spins the cocoon outside. We should then have
    • one realises that after all light, air and all the rest should be taken
    • mad that this should be so! It is not the really mad who are considered
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    • on passing through Stuttgart, and I should like to make this an
    • remembering — our memory. As human beings we should have no memory
    • tone, we should never be able to speak or sing. It is precisely embodied
    • 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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    • now, on the basis of these three stages of higher knowledge, I should
    • after-effects during waking life on the following day. We should not be
    • taught by their spiritual leaders in the Mystery-centres how they should
    • God has granted me refreshment. We should have to despair of science if
    • impulses for the life of the following day than we should be able to
    • however, it is essential that he should find his way into Spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • soul. And should natural science proceed along the lines which
    • No one should
    • should — that the one subject of research be approached
    • had not existed, we should not have been able to benefit by the
    • clarity and security should be the most important concern of our
    • say, “We should like to know something about
    • Ladenburg knows no substratum of the soul; therefore he should
    • transformation of the skull of lower animals. One should explain
    • particularly mention that I should never dream of attacking
    • somehow or other, “inanimate substances” should
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • Should patch a wall to expel the winter's flaw!”
    • environment of the developing organism, but should really
    • we should not take it as real, but only as symbolical, as
    • should learn to think over what, through the force of logical
    • of soul such as has been described. Should it be aroused by
    • artificial means and should man at the same time lead a life
    • Should patch a wall to expel the winter's flaw.”
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    • should be able to use a concept, once in this way, and once
    • should be thought of as applying to the waking state and to
    • gives us pictures which we should unite with our feelings.
    • distinct height, should incite him so much the more to become
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • the University in Leipzig. He should have become a lawyer,
    • contents. Anyone who today should study these could do
    • of his observations, there should grow a real cognition of
    • physical world, but should experience all that can be
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • festival of love and peace. What should be more beautifully
    • What is it really that we should write in our hearts —
    • this Christmas night there should pour into our hearts the
    • powerful. There should pour into our hearts, into our souls,
    • strength of love should pour into our hearts so strongly that
    • It was my parents' will that I should gain
    • picture — all that should be contained in a certain
    • beings and we should be shutting ourselves out from the world
    • should achieve, to assist in the tasks that we have set
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • such an intellectual individuality should not be taken
    • Spirit in Nature. They should not rely entirely upon the
    • man from beast, arranged that animals should have the
    • inter-maxillary bones, while these should be wanting in
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • should like to impress upon you above all is, that in
    • doctor's degree should propound this theory, which is brought
    • As if it were of any importance that we should feel something
    • psychology which should have filled several volumes. Whoever
    • decades, should tend towards spiritual science. This is
    • already possess; that, in other words, people should write
    • even devotion to his works should be our duty on a day which
    • Goethe's, to show how necessary it is that we should become
    • understand. I should never shrink from such a step, because I
    • It should also be experienced as a certainty that the
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • I should like
    • of spiritual science should proceed from what the soul as an
    • his activity, then the listeners also should hold themselves
    • of the hearers should be strengthened, the investigator is
    • only develop out of what is living.) I should also like to
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • philosopher, are private stupidities.) We should
    • where they should indeed investigate; but as they cannot
    • and it is good so. For in the present incarnation man should be
    • us one should always find out what kind of a job a man has. A
    • man should have a proper occupation. By that you can recognise
    • himself. He should have enlightened his son more wisely than
    • the teacher. He should have said, One must not pass
    • been marred. In short, the father should have instructed
    • the experiences of life, we should frequently find this
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • on in his environment. It is not only that we should learn to
    • ourselves should be able to develop the right thoughts as to
    • Mill and Herzen even said — should be steering towards a
    • and the like. They think it right that they should keep this knowledge
    • numbers and halve the sum, I should get the very same number
    • that destiny should choose the year 1916! But if we had
    • Such things should become impossible in future; and to
    • the conditions in Europe should lead to war, Jaurès will
    • interests of pure humanity. You, by this time, should be in a
    • in their interest that a Chinaman of all people should now be
    • that the teaching of Ku Hung Ming, of all people, should now be
    • readily be instilled into a Chinese Europe. Why should it not
    • Chinaman of all people should now be advising Europe to lend an
    • should be followed with attention, but one should also know
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of Man to the Hierarchies
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    • on this subject we should be skating on thin ice, and that is
    • the people of to-day want no such thing. We should have to
    • Spiritual Science, but I should have to speak for months if I
    • — it should go without saying. No doubt it may be possible
    • remain within the Graeco-Latin time, — but we should find
    • or the Persian epoch). Everywhere we should find that that
    • steam-engine should be abolished. Many things would then have
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • which should be a symbol of the course of man's life. We may
    • should have occurred and his life should have begun its course.
    • as Christ wills that we should contemplate it in the twentieth
    • should not place this thought before men's hearts in such a
    • revelations, even should they speak to us from life's
    • when he stands before the candles on the Christmas tree, should
    • feeling should be such that the power and the light of this
    • Should Christ a thousand times in Bethlehem be born,
    • Should Christ a thousand times in Bethlehem be born,
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • And if the path should glide into the bushes,
    • I should disclose how first an angel's voice
    • symbols what man's ascent should be. But the second portal hides
    • That in obedience ne'er he should be failing;
    • That wondrous things on earth he should achieve,
    • festival, should give him will see in the growing power of the
    • should realise that these are also times of important
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • in Norway and I should like to say briefly, in response to the
    • Anthroposophy. In the course of these lectures I should like to draw
    • Anthroposophy to bear in mind that we should not make progress in our
    • disposal. We should not break new ground in this sphere if I did not
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • it is essential that we should be able to follow the progress of one
    • should by no means have exhausted the characteristics of a people if
    • Earth, we should never have known the birth of language on Earth. In
    • certain respects man should feel deep affection for his native
    • that man should be able to evolve in accordance with the decrees of
    • Personality. They do not possess the attributes which they should
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 3. The inner Life of the Folk Spirits. Formation of the Races.
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    • field of perception. This should give to some extent an insight into
    • are intermediaries, and it is important that we should realize that
    • locality ordained for him, so that the feelings of the people should
    • of Form, one common Humanity should exist on Earth; that the backward
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 4. The Evolution of Races and Civilization.
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    • should renounce the normal course of their evolution and remain
    • Spirits of Form intended, in fact, that man should incarnate only at
    • we should have if we had incarnated in the condition natural to us at
    • should now be clear to you. If the line BC represents life on Earth
    • Spirits of Form that man should incarnate only at B (the age of
    • particular geographical area. In this connection I should like to
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 5. Manifestation of the Hierarchies in the Elements of Nature.
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    • working from within who should really be working from without. They
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 6. The Five Root Races of Mankind.
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    • The correct translation should be “Main Race,” and “Main
    • population of the Earth should not be limited to a single homogeneous
    • individual races should be possible. In order to achieve that
    • activity of the abnormal Spirits of Form should provoke too great a
    • are really Spirits of Movement should disturb the balance or harmony.
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 7. Advance of Folk Spirits to the Rank of Time Spirits.
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    • is extremely important that this should be borne in mind and whoever
    • folk elements in the peoples of Europe should be mingled and
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 8. The Five Post-Atlantean Civilizations.
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    • should learn to know to some extent from an understanding of the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 9. Loki - Hodur and Baldur - Twilight of the Gods.
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    • the development of the ego is that it should progressively determine
    • 1910 (Rudolf Steiner Press).] I should like to
    • death, lying, falsehood and selfishness. I should like to draw your
    • If we were to follow out the whole history of Loki we should
    • what light, then, should man see himself? He should see himself as
    • and cause of his evolution. He should thoughtfully assimilate what he
    • undergone the ensuing evolution. He should receive into himself the
    • teaching implanted in him by Odin. He should fight the good fight
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • necessary that the Celts themselves should receive an education and
    • priests, the Celts should transmit to other nations instruction
    • was necessary that the Mysteries should gradually withdraw. Hence
    • mythology. We should give a false impression of these Eastern
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • impressions, and I should like to describe to you a typical example.
    • should comprehend everything from the perspective of the physical
    • plane. It was therefore necessary that he should be able to see
    • should arise a tendency to all sorts of confused, chaotic
    • powers which would confuse mankind if Odin should not succeed in
    • the Mysteries and occult schools — the God who should await his
    • should be given the name of Buddha, we should unhesitatingly abide by
    • moment the facts are open to other interpretations we should be
    • look upon as the life-blood of Spiritual Science; if we should
    • submit to dogmas, even those of a Christian past. If a dogma should
    • Equally, the idea of the Christ Being should not be limited or
    • Spiritual Science should become a kind of basic attitude permeating
    • should like to impress upon you, therefore, that it is not
    • if we should still react out of sympathy and antipathy, if we have no
    • Anthroposophical teaching is that we should unselfishly dedicate the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • festival; they should be regarded as deeply integral part of the
    • those words, that we should look upon
    • could not meet the needs of European civilisation. We should be
    • occultism; we should be putting our personal preferences above the
    • more insistently, demanded that such a literary beginning should be
    • away. It is only because mankind retained the feeling that it should
    • make perpetual sacrifice and should single out, set apart from this
    • gods, so that they should not cause the hearts and souls of men to
    • performances of this important work in the way which should come
    • the impress our special kind of spiritual knowledge should give to
    • as a fortunate destiny that our work should have been completed by
    • spirit should have been carried out so admirably by Baroness von
    • meaningful, and that the Baroness should feel this is among the
    • things which we should regard as indeed the work of the spirit.
    • we find perfection, but we find the beginning of an aim. I should
    • tremendously important too that the dramatic production should only
    • should be spoken by anyone not of our way of thinking, even though
    • those words should be spoken with perfect artistry and the utmost
    • each of those who stand on the stage his heart should speak out of
    • spiritual warmth, and that such an atmosphere should breathe through
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    • a shoulder-blade. That goddess was Demeter. In this remarkable touch
    • of symbolism — Demeter's eating of the shoulder-blade of
    • should of course still have the astral body's activity within
    • us, but we should not be aware of it, we should not perceive it.
    • we had no ether bodies, but we should not be aware of them. The torch
    • should not take these things in an abstract way. Of course we can
    • of the physical plane, that the Christ too should appear once in a
    • matters is that the soul should develop so as to be able to see
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    • today we should call it a miracle if we were to perceive an event in
    • it is also necessary that such souls should be brought to recognise
    • should be studied, but also that the connection between physical,
    • become visible in an unobtrusive way even to physical eyes, should be
    • the matter as a Greek would do, we should ask once more whether there
    • should like to be one with the scent of the trees!’ Imagine
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    • should say, ‘then Angels were leaders of humanity in the first
    • evolution, and it is of paramount importance that we should
    • the Egypto-Chaldean epoch, we should say that by the beginning of the
    • derived from the purest Christ Impulse, which should guide humanity
    • important that these things should be understood. For only so is it
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    • there above the souls would coalesce and we should have a unity. But
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    • should we have spent so much time talking about the world of the
    • I should perhaps add,
    • should not look like the man of today, whose bodies are the combined
    • ego should hover as an aura over the bodily form and the body should
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    • it cannot and should not be denied, but it is relatively unimportant.
    • I should like to
    • of common sense, but that we should take our common sense along with
    • soul should be strong enough to avoid the experience so many people
    • world, is that it should not lose its common sense and treat as
    • obliged to think of him as ugly. But we should be wrong to think of
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    • the heavenly powers, we should say to ourselves: ‘We must raise
    • to know about it, we should be quite unable to make use of our brain
    • precious thought should stand fast and abide with us, close to us as
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    • another, in order that one stream should neutralise the other and
    • Now it should be
    • element. That this cosmic stream should flow into the conscious part
    • ordeals of the soul that this consciousness should not render him
    • faint-hearted, impotent, that he should find that confidence to
    • In that case we should have stood the test of friendship. Trials of
    • attained at any one stage as the final goal. For example, we should
    • that we should not shrink from the trials, because they make us
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    • order that at last man should come into existence. So when in the
    • that he should feel this. That is why it is so necessary that man
    • should humbly draw near to this knowledge that he is the goal of the
    • most remarkable comes about, which I should like to make clear to you
    • is of the nature of will, into which we should otherwise plunge as if
    • space, wherein we should otherwise vanish into nothing — these
    • trials which have beset our soul, whereas otherwise we should vanish
    • flinching every inner ordeal, so that we should understand that even
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • ages. Most ages indeed already pointed to one in whom they should find
    • first time what it means that the being of man should appear again and
    • it should not be taken merely as a symbolical mode of expression, but
    • I should like to quote words written about the Sistine Madonna by Karl
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    • in “clever Hans” for quite a long while, this interest should
    • This question should however
    • be considered more seriously. I should like to explain to you the conclusion
    • in arithmetical problem, and it is not necessary at all that it should
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • this matter, should look at these things as he did. Not only in his
    • admit that primeval men of the ordinary kind should be so represented
    • spiritual science. I should be able to express the word “Sampo”
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    • man that the sulphur within him should thus rise at midsummer to a
    • space and sees a shooting-star should say to himself, with reverence
    • and should stand before human consciousness in its whole
    • Michael there should grow in you everything that goes against love of
    • strong will — that is how we should conceive of the Michael
    • soul-disposition of men that should be celebrated at the
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture II: The Christmas Imagination
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    • should really be no more prominent than the irregularities on the
    • activities would disappear completely, and up above we should have a
    • whole experience of thinking would be different. We should then have
    • into the picture. Then we should have to do no longer with the
    • we should find the whole thing quite different. We should observe
    • In those early times we should find man placed in the
    • Earth-forces in its folds. So we should have the garment down
    • below, in relation to the Earth-forces. Then we should have to
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    • we were to swim under water, we should
    • now that man has advanced in freedom, he should use his freedom to
    • fold in the garment should be thought of as placing the Christ-figure
    • with the Easter Mystery, we should have the Easter Mystery Play
    • the Easter festival in this way we should be placing it quite naturally
    • in Christian terminology and in Christian usage should carry the
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture IV: The St. John Imagination
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    • cosmos that — if only man is willing — the cosmos should
    • truly represents should not be placed dogmatically before the soul,
    • described should find artistic expression, on the one hand, in
    • Thus we should find, through these musical harmonies, our own inner
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture V: The Working Together of the Four Archangels
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    • understands the first stage of healing. If he knows what salt should
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    • before one that what one should read comes out of the
    • impossible that from the Cosmos there should be set up, as it
    • particularly things of this nature! And I myself should not be
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    • answered mildly: Dear son, better it is that thou shouldst lose
    • should discern the truth that the physical world too issues
    • been said as it should be treated. We have quite enough enemies
    • — but we should not shut our eyes to them. When things
    • opened. If the service of truth did not demand it, I should
    • given in good faith, as it should be treated. Take it with you,
    • Spirit. There is a man — and why should names not be
    • greeting I should like to give, particularly at the end of this
  • Title: Lecture: The (Four) Great Virtues
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    • full responsibility, with which something can be said, which should
    • death. Among the many things which should come about through our
    • of which we should speak as little as possible as we shall see, for
    • should be. If we pass through life in such a way that events work
    • to form a picture of wisdom. We should not attempt a definition of
    • stand in life in a cowardly way, the forces which should fire our
    • incarnation. For these hearts should be the organs, the instruments
    • should not forget that these writings have their best effect if they
    • comes about through spiritual science. This should not only arise in
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • modern man that we come up against two paradoxes, as I should
    • that he should be capable of meeting doubt with something
    • scientific conscientiousness. I should like now, at the
    • one another this evening, therefore, I should like to
    • Much of what, it is believed today, should just remain an
    • are to trust as a source of knowledge should stand in the
    • midst of life, that he should be able to hold his own with the
    • orientate it differently in the universe, we should have to
    • doing this, however (I should like to suggest in conclusion),
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    • saying to himself at a certain point: Why shouldn't this
    • shouldn't there be dormant in my soul other powers that I can
    • rather as we see the life of an old man. We should not say that
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    • moving, once wrote: “Each man should consider with what
    • characteristic of true spiritual vision that we should have to
    • should like to point to just one more of them, since it will
    • today needs to discover about these things. And I should like
    • head and shoulders above many other currently concerned with
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    • test what nature offers, and what should lead us to the world's
    • man that I should now like to characterize.
    • influencing our modern life, I should now like to set another
    • civilization. It was necessary that man should first feel
    • that shone on him should appear to be the only reality. For
    • really needed between East and West. To do so, I should like to
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    • mysticism. If however you should then attempt, as it became
    • I am advocating. Instead, I should like today to try and show
    • results, however, should be enough to demonstrate that there
    • is from this point of view that I should now like to raise the
    • as life, there would be little reason why it should stop short
    • shall conclude: on this mortal earth we should not be men, in
    • have love. But love demands that we should meet another
    • our humanity, that we should there come up against the concepts
    • itself into the memory — if it did, we should be capable
    • to knowledge of the world. I should like to express in
    • and as world-knowledge. The two sentences in which I should
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    • social needs and social endeavours. That they should be
    • child should only take in what it already understands. In this
    • should like to illustrate once more with an educational
    • talents were represented in the teacher, we should still have
    • should be avoided. When we see that there is an impediment we
    • Utopian and intellectualized formulations should have
    • what social life should be were then called upon to do
    • certainty how social configurations should be organized, if
    • threateningly across to the West. Its gaze, however, should not
    • leave us inactive, but should be a challenge to us to seek at
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    • to look further East, we should have to say, following the same
    • shoulder at something of a juridical-political character that
    • earth, and that ultimately no man should give orders unless he
    • should be poured into the theocratic mould. At a later period,
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • appear unfit for life should simply be abandoned, so that they
    • effect that tragedy should produce. Armed for the
    • experience of art. Here, the aim is that the soul should be
    • man should work, devoting to society his physical strength. The
    • should not have advanced to human freedom and dignity. The
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    • that the leaders should know what goes on among the workers or
    • anxious lest the audience should increase. One day, their
    • how should it be otherwise? For, after all, vast sections of
    • should be, not just an open secret, but something known to the
    • not the point; the point is that we should be capable not only
    • chemistry and physics, in language that we should not use if
    • should be like today. In primary education today, a great deal
    • that derives from such calculations. You should start,
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    • would be easy to point to a great deal that should be
    • of illustration I should like to indicate what can be
    • purpose. I should, however, like to emphasize the emergence in
    • individuals can rub shoulders with one another. For this,
    • views that can rub shoulders and then produce a
    • ramifications, we should perceive how it constantly impels men
    • should be the power above all which determined the proper
    • work out how education should be organized and just what should
    • the boundless nature of the world. In real life, it should
    • should not try to correct history retrospectively. Yet we must
    • fraternity should have been put forward. Because it was
    • should function in spiritual life, as the free and productive
    • development of the personality; how equality should function in
    • individual; and how fraternity should function in the
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    • find expressed in a part of the Bible towards which we should always
    • where a strong light should arise, deep shadows are also cast. It is
    • when this appears in societies which should naturally (otherwise the
    • co-operation of the souls should ... no, would rather not say that ...
    • should find a path outwards into each separate relationships of the
    • life of our Society — should in its inward construction stand
    • before us as an ideal. I should only like to assure you that I did not
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    • which we should always feel the greatest reverence.
    • especially strong light should arise, deep shadows are also cast.
    • evoked when this appears in societies that should naturally
    • co-operation of the souls should ... no, would rather not say that.
    • building should find a path outwards into each separate
    • relationship of the life of our Society — should in its
    • inward construction stand before us as an ideal. I should like to
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    • should like to take some of those subjects we have had here
    • by way of preparation, I should like to point to a few
    • Now, I should like to-day, to take a personality out of the
    • your inner being, then the other pole of this courage should he
    • should not be imparted to the world, because the world is not
    • should be attained in the corresponding way by the humanity on
    • course we should not be the human being we are and that we
    • should be, if we experienced our inward truth as though it were
    • a reality like the external world. We should never become free.
    • There could be no question of freedom; we should not even be
    • personalities, we should simply be woven into an ordering of
    • experience should he regarded by mm as leading to a
    • world-conception. He should explain himself in the some way as
    • to their veneration. Other days should then be devoted to the
    • these considerations, because I should like it to have a place
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    • time. The Theosophist should be setting this right again and
    • again. He should ever and again point out that wherever there
    • cannot progress in the mosl essential things that we should be
    • only learned how it looks; but how things should be done, that
    • human beings took up impulses for which they should be calling
    • That picture should not be misunderstood. The soul that 1800
    • through today's thinking. Theosophy should be active in us as a
    • stimulate every action in us, just so this also should
    • us achieve in ourselves, as much as we can, what should happen.
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    • no time for joyful celebrations. We should be untrue, in
    • in its form, in its very essence, it should be to the world a
    • illuminating the world. I should have to go into great detail
    • Gothic architecture that aspires to heaven. I should have to
    • manner. But the secret and mysterious should speak from such
    • have to support should look as a secret. We see human saints
    • architectural thought to catch that spirit of which it should
    • should be the essence of the Gothic building, but which is
    • building. These forms should manifest again that connection
    • should arise just as Greek architecture sprang from the Greek
    • should be stupid indeed to imagine that anything
    • with which the beginnings of any evolution should be
    • which has imposed so severe an ordeal on mankind there should
    • everywhere we should see that there are longings to be
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    • younger man that plant should be put side by side with plant
    • and demands that man should lift himself to a stage where he grasps
    • should he not also be a stimulant for that spiritual tendency
    • we should be able to show the working of his whole method.
    • ‘Had I known this before, I should not have promised them to
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    • where should we be if he were to consider his desire as a source of
    • is asked where we should come to if not only what the eyes see and
    • about the way in which nature should be regarded, was still of the
    • characterize every figure in it, I should have to speak not for three
    • I should like to show you in two examples how much Goethe's
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    • barely one year longer — in that he should have
    • Faust Mystery should appear in its right light there sounds an
    • fire which should have come from the foundation and source of life
    • other. Man may shrug his shoulders and look down on the minds of
    • laboratories. What should have been experienced in a spiritual
    • what we should now look upon as swindling and
    • If we could penetrate every word of this formula we should
    • and the manner in which it should be seen, as Homer had.
    • found it strange that so little should be heard in Rome of ghost
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    • the mask of Phorkyas, should step in front of the curtain, take off
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    • I should like to give
    • different from that of the man of to-day. I should like to show
    • head; and the head which I carry on my shoulders is the cosmic
    • with its rivers and mountains. I carry on my shoulders my head;
    • head in the configurations of my brain; I carry on my shoulders
    • we were but honest, we should have to admit that we modern men
    • evolution that he should sometimes make use of his capacity for
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    • them as they are for us — then we should have above, for
    • clever man of the present day, I should find myself saying of
    • natural and as a matter of course that a people should remove
    • from West to East, should conquer — often with great
    • necessary that a blood-bond should be established between
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    • is but an echo of what we should have to describe, if we wanted
    • something that should help to the solution of the problem of
    • good deal of contention as to whether it should belong to
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    • hear, it was necessary for man that it should be darkened and
    • Mysteries was that the pupil should learn to become aware in
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    • opportunity should come again when those Divinities should once
    • fallen, resolved to found a spiritual Ephesus that should send
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    • point is that we should recognise for each period the nature of
    • spiritual revelations should be given.
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    • that we should learn to know again what is the real relation of
    • take place, it should be possible for it to be divided, broken
    • liver than it should. What you have to do is to drive out of
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    • that what was spoken from the platform in ideas should speak on
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    • should be a source of strength and of vital importance for the
    • argument but because every individual should let his mind and
    • that should have been generated in him by this solemn Christmas
    • we should never reach any definite goal. For then other people
    • as medicine should be taken in the real sense into
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    • respect to all this, I should like today to answer, at least
    • should lead to the misunderstanding that it was meant for the
    • to today. And if I am to characterize this concept, I should
    • earth, we should see the world in a sort of dream-form. We have
    • should get if we were to sit down and draw forth in
    • recollection all that can be drawn out of our life, and should
    • who possesses neither should have religion.
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    • should not be the case. It should be normal for a man to-day when
    • with that which in the normal consciousness should be like a hammer
    • which one takes in ones hand and gives blows with it; so should we
    • stronger than they should be in the normal evolution of mankind.
    • further in the next lecture) should consist in this — of
    • “Christ in me,” man should be brought
    • dear friends see that there are reasons why man should experience
    • dream. It is of immense significance that man should at the present
    • Church that it should be an image of the Divine Ordering! and the
    • in the physical world, there should also stand as a copy of the
    • establish such organisations as should cause the position of man on
    • Divine Ordering, which should have its copy in the human ordering
    • not because that was a copy so that order should be maintained on
    • truth at the present day, in the case of war. We should not wage
    • under the surface; and, starting from this, I should like to point
    • “The good (that means what should be striven for as an ideal)
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    • especially important that we should form a concept which is
    • should make ourselves familiar with the ideas which
    • with what in earth-evolution should call up the fullest
    • the night, in sleep, I should have to draw it completely
    • everything to be dissolved by sleep, we should have no
    • should simply experience summer in man when we look at him
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, that we should now understand that
    • We should not
    • the macrocosm is merely an abstraction, Nor should we think
    • it. Rather should we be clear that we shall meet this
    • immediate world. We should picture the world, as it were, as
    • in summer we should take our place consciously in the life of
    • the earth. We should call on. our astral forces so as not to
    • earths In winter we should develop in the subconscious the
    • that those who are drawn to spiritual science should acquire
    • spiritual world after death we should never be able to
    • important that we should adapt ourselves to the possibility
    • science should not be looked upon as something adding to the
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    • outlook of spiritual science. I should like to start from
    • science should recognise exactly the value of spiritual
    • head-clairvoyance in the degree to which it should.
    • physiology. We should not think that this
    • made. But each one should be quite clear how such
    • can become, and how one should hold oneself far removed from
    • case no religious feelings should be connected with these
    • more he fulfills the demand, that it should be dealt with in
    • task is however that man should go beyond this, and really
    • should have in us the most exact likeness of these heavenly
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    • morals should exist at all. For what happens when there is no
    • important that one should bear in mind the moral significance
    • of interest, than that one should devote oneself to thousands
    • which speaks from man to man; but Anthroposophy should bring
    • great dangers to be found at this point should be
    • happened. No man should make a statement, or impart anything
    • the sphere of morality, Anthroposophy should be a teacher of
    • should obtain an objective standard of values.
    • should be taken as a percept: All the forces we develop, all
    • mental endowments. It should make a noteworthy impression
    • should think in this way of our gathering, that we should
    • which I should like to express my farewell greeting to you,
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    • especially scientific, problems. Then I should like to refer to
    • referred will, of course, be echoed in my remarks. I should
    • should remember that Goethe was born in a city and under
    • this man, the head, should be guided, as so often happens,
    • its very fingertips should be related with the outer world.
    • that they have no time to read Goethe's works, one should point
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    • applies to the genesis of Faust. We should have to
    • should wish to view the matter more accurately, we might say
    • etheric body through his illness that it should not be
    • theater, or if a drama of Sophocles should be presented for
    • course, that a materialistic science should undertake to
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    • these are not unique — to all these I should like to read a
    • only the horse should be clever enough to observe the gestures,
    • should see with his ganglionic system as he otherwise perceives
    • activity of Jakob Boehme were represented graphically, I should
    • We should then assume Saturn at this point.
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    • of heaven, and from this they were able to determine who should
    • remain in a particularly worthy position and who should be
    • would, however, be a great deception should one draw such a
    • of humanity who can tell us how everything should be done.
    • concepts regarding the spiritual worlds, should enter into
    • But what is really important is that human horizons should be
    • broadened; that is, that we should learn to know that
    • people already have an inkling of this. Should it be
    • Should
    • Should vocations continue to be specialized, there would
    • world, and should be completely exterminated, and that then we
    • in them. This means that each human being should fill his soul
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    • may, indeed, be a necessity that such a ruined life plan should
    • present incarnation. It is well that it is so because we should
    • boy says, “Just think, the teacher told us that we should
    • should have enlightened his son in a more intelligent way than
    • the teacher had done, and should have said to him, “We should
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    • slash into a personality with our concepts, we should simply
    • should like to say that this poetic fiction raises an important
    • to her. “We should like very much to have this gentleman as
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    • is the title I should like to give these lectures
    • less agreed that unless an unexpected upswing should take place
    • suggestion that such a spiritual science should not be created
    • They consider it to be entirely proper that they should not
    • people should understand what the interrelationships are,
    • saying that if conditions in Europe should lead to war, Jaures
    • continually to declare that silence should be maintained
    • there practiced, but in such a way that it should become
    • must follow if Europe should be seized by the so-called
    • which it would be entirely agreeable if a Chinese should advise
    • Why, then, should it not be in keeping with the will of a
    • brotherhood that a Chinese should advise the Europeans to pay
    • enlightened should be captivated by the advice of a Chinese
    • have appeared — should certainly be examined but we also must
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    • his age. For this reason I should like to read to you, in a
    • other feeling of us than that we should love Him, but I would
    • should learn that this would please His Highness. This answer
    • than an absolute prince. Yet I should not wish, after what I
    • a support for my life, if I should meet a great prince who
    • should take pleasure in it. Experience shows me that things
    • receive from them, if it should please him, not only the ore,
    • science today, whereas it should be when heredity is discussed.
    • is another brief passage to which I should like to call
    • “These persons should not be given the opportunity to earn
    • “Because I consider it necessary that someone should be here
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    • one should conceive nothing higher under the term God
    • suggested would have to be described if we should wish to
    • mystery communications should not be betrayed. It was one of
    • the most punishable misdeeds should one utter a mystery secret
    • we should pass beyond the fourth century before Christ all the
    • even remain within the Greco-Latin but we should find more if
    • to speak the mystery formulas to one to whom they should not be
    • came from words if only they should find the right relationship
    • all other things, it is necessary that man should once more
    • course, no one should suppose that what I have just said
    • indicates that steam engines should be done away with. In that
    • will realize quite clearly that these things should not be done
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    • held, even by us; we should not simply seek to remove it by
    • should appear as historic fact in the evolution of humanity; it
    • was necessary that He should be seen, like the phenomena of
    • his family, his nation, his time. If we should survey him
    • completely, we should see behind him the angel, the archangel,
    • human being, you should perceive his or her real being as
    • it can attract and hold the moon nearby. Should the earth not
    • the human being should remain on earth. Jahve is connected in this
    • Jahve God in evolution. It was necessary that the Christ should
    • gods have done; it should learn not to construct machines in an
    • brought to them by this or that missionary. I should like to
    • pastor should try to convey to him his conception of Christ.
    • will become apparent to you momentarily, should not be
    • unimportant, I would like to deal with it today. Should the
    • should be counted among the most significant pronouncements of
    • word from him and, especially, that Sir Oliver should thereby
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    • which I should particularly like to point.
    • Should we
    • Roman, we should have to say that this Christian Church,
    • of the world, these concepts must be flexible, they should
    • something that is becoming. And should we want to understand
    • connections for should they do so they would be shocked at
    • deduction could be pressed further; why should it not be made
    • light on what is necessity, it is natural that one should
    • for: we should stand on the firm ground that spiritual
    • to the spiritual. And what is more, should he not have this
    • a trinity so also is man. But it is important that we should
    • utmost importance at the present time. Today I should like to
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    • physical nature, we should have to show him thus: Head part
    • necessary that we should enter into these difficult details,
    • should very much welcome it if such knotty points were met
    • reality, I should have to do so in four dimensions, so I can
    • Should we wish to write a history of this catastrophe, we
    • should say conventional — way of considering history.
    • astounded that one should thus find nothing about such a
    • uncertain. And we should be quite clear about it. We must
    • should be the will of the Anthroposophical Movement. We must
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    • are many such questions, and today I should like, out of all
    • is something in them for which men should be seeking a
    • should show us something. It should lead us to reflect how
    • where the sun is, we should find yes, indeed, an getting
    • near, we should find something that would have the same
    • should find first what we could only call empty space. Where
    • materialism — I should like to say, under the ban of
    • he goes through the gate of death. Now I should like to draw
    • ordinary man between birth and death. We should then have to
    • should have to draw... another region here (red under the
    • should have to call soul-life. As you know, a certain part of
    • of liking and disliking which I should have to give to the
    • green area. Wishes, we should ascribe to the sphere of what
    • this should look rather different from what a short time ago
    • my next incarnation ... how then should my head be made out
    • you cannot touch them but should say: here the spirits of
    • that we should really be able to have living conceptions; for
    • should be occupying themselves instead of with all the
    • was a shameful deed — how should it not have been when
    • moral — how should it not have been disgraceful to turn
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    • hundred years should give rise to this belief in an
    • is, that it should train its disciples to realities, —
    • Carl Marx's ‘Capital,’ — should have become
    • should happen, that at 50 years old you came to look round
    • thinking should lead on in the end to practical undertakings;
    • to the general pleasure. And if it should happen in some
    • Should certain wants be prohibited or prevented? or how
    • place, as to the patent-leather boots, I should like to say,
    • another, it should be obvious that one must not directly
    • that, when it has fulfilled certain functions, it should show
    • connections which should be carefully considered. And when
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    • in which the propaganda of the Threefold Order should be
    • longer hope for much to-day. To-day we should after all be
    • onward-bearing force, should make its way into as many heads
    • to many things, let me say. And here I should like to point
    • actual needs of the time, people should now come and demand,
    • should be boiled down into a general mess, and drained off
    • time being flung away. Doesn't it look as though we should be
    • should wake up; and that they should take the things
    • what should be done with this or that institution, about the
    • would have been, that we should have succeeded, regardless of
    • should have met us with so much understanding as to say:
    • of this, what happened? The people who should have met us
    • leaders of the working class, who should have been left out
    • practice of life, and have always demanded that one should
    • us into trouble. And when you demand, that one should write
    • language and the same ideas, should be capable of throwing
    • many of you must be asking himself, why there should be this
    • that I myself use, for instance, should grow ever stronger
    • years past it should have been, to hold such a language in
    • the world, that these broad masses should not to-day be
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    • and death, and which one should be able to investigate
    • scientist and there is no apparent reason why I should begin to
    • choosing where we begin with this, we should not take the
    • What is characteristic about this is that such activity should
    • then we achieve nothing, but this should be a pattern for all
    • carefully what we experience. We should not confuse the latter
    • than a strengthening of our soul life. We should say to
    • right track. Neither should a spiritualist stop halfway, for
    • evolution. Why should this be? — Because the head
    • happens because I realize that it should happen. Our whole
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    • times as ours this is particularly important. History should
    • What then follows we should call a higher stage of
    • about how history should be studied and how he looked at the
    • writing of history itself should enlighten us as to the real
    • should try to get together a parliament or something similar
    • scientific pattern have to vote on what should happen
    • both in social life and in life as a whole; we should create a
    • in the law that one should not use the name of God in vain. The
    • year old son was very talented and should be supported, applied
    • should come to be. What made an impression upon him was the
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    • should know something about. This has no objective value. But
    • investigating the super-sensible being of man, we should not
    • from the will. Of course, this separation should not affect our
    • but such a will that is free of our everyday will should be
    • a mathematician that he should draw a triangle whose angles do
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    • scientific research should have nothing to do.
    • observer of his own thought should really say: The expression,
    • group of ideas or single idea. But it is best, and should
    • Nothing which is abstract or unhealthy for ordinary life should
    • knowledge, as I well know. It should indeed not be regarded as
    • should work in an artistic way as the surrounding; everything
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    • we should not conclude that it is necessarily opposed to these,
    • is no difference between the way the ego should be imagined in
    • like a calm sea. They should then become active in the life of
    • the same thing — Hartmann was a dilettante and one should
    • Hartmann's position should be exposed.
    • old habits soon return. But we can recall them, and we should
    • the first place he says, for instance: “The title should
    • to tradition. — But is this really what we should be
    • the 19th century that should affect our study of nature, but
    • our views should be formulated according to the highest
    • should then be applied to nature to see if nature really
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    • great contrast, of which humanity should become aware,
    • in question is that we should clearly realise that e.g. in
    • necessity, and that the political government should have
    • necessary it is that the present age should be permeated by
    • necessary above all that the interest of man should be
    • that, in a certain sense, one should link on to what is
    • things had gone according to the desires of many, we should
    • it is quite specially necessary that real attention should be
    • should be taken with the corresponding background, and one
    • should always be able to say: In important things a revision
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    • because they now reveal themselves as they should have
    • themselves now in that form which they should rightly attain
    • Ahriman — ideal that man should strive to finish with the
    • this Spiritual impulse should come, for otherwise, in time to
    • should find his inner orientation, that he should attain an
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    • should particularly like to speak of all that, as far as its
    • survey of what our souls should have experienced.
    • what I should like to pay today has of late often been
    • profoundly serious should be this striving for man's
    • feeling not for theorising about the spirit but they should
    • because he considers the tone of the lecture should have been
    • a man — and it is just as well there should be people
    • or should be able to understand it, then this is something
    • that the moment I enter I should know how I am to speak to
    • conditions should flow into our present materialistic age.
    • when knowledge of the world is in question one should not be
    • spiritual science has been showing us to be of worth should
    • that they should take the most primitive impulses of their
    • is not talking of the Christ. He should be speaking with more
    • Naturally I should find it easier to ignore this pernickety
    • beliefs. And why shouldn't we be kindly disposed towards what
    • comes from that direction? There is no reason why we should
    • the basis for what is truth today, We should just say: These
    • should not think it necessary to agree with all they say
    • what might be less rigid: a certain subject should be learnt
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    • should be sought with the help of these new methods of
    • the lecture should, in his opinion, have been different
    • very different! It should be noticed however, that one
    • compromises should not be made.
    • impulses of their own religious faiths should be taken
    • speaks! We should speak in such a way that men are permeated
    • does much harm to what has to be brought about. I should like
    • Our attitude should be; “Oh well, let them go on
    • talking” We should not imagine that it is necessary to
    • good-will, how children should be taught, if you put it in
    • how pleased I should be, if, even in spite of the very
    • should not speak now merely of a “successive
    • that things should not be taken in a one-sided way, I wished
    • years that facts which have been described should have been
    • been that you should learn to feel in yourselves the
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 2
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    • consciousness which our present humanity should in accordance
    • soul forces should again be produced in humanity and they
    • free play to forces which should be active during student
    • pedagogics! Every time it should grow naturally out of a wide
    • acquired a knowledge of the nature of man. We should
    • things are the same. Into pedagogic training there should be
    • the child. Pedagogy should be born afresh every moment in the
    • what should take place of the Threefold Commonwealth”.
    • essential is that what is right for a particular epoch should
    • to-day called your attention to something which should
    • lecture upon in the evening should be let loose in the sphere
  • Title: Man and Nature: Intellect in Man and Nature Bereft of the Gods
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    • the creative spiritual Beings who should live in our
    • to make a drawing, It should have to draw the Gods
    • radiance upon us. Why, then, should this radiance be any the
  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • that life should lead us away from such illusions. But there
    • vision — though this should not take place in the case of
    • but should not succeed in doing so when the soul is sound:
    • same artistic perception I should like to say something more
    • the shoulder-blades, but aims at becoming wings, at spreading
    • indeed above the shoulders, and from the wings. developing
    • shoulder-blades, what unconsciously is in a man's very
    • light should be awakened to life, treated in such a way as to
    • life that is only to be held fast by the light. It should
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • methods, it should not be objected that conscious seership is
    • easy to understand that this should be mistaken for what we
    • envisage this, we should read the last chapters of Goethe's
    • we should understand that he is colouring what he is
    • understandable that the artist should feel uneasy about the
  • Title: The Foundation Stone Meditation
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    • form, it seems to me that this new translation should not be
  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics ... St. Francis, Lecture III
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    • morals should exist at all. For what happens when there is no
    • important that one should bear in mind the moral significance
    • of interest, than that one should devote oneself to thousands
    • which speaks from man to man; but Anthroposophy should bring
    • great dangers to be found at this point should be
    • happened. No man should make a statement, or impart anything
    • the sphere of morality, Anthroposophy should be a teacher of
    • should obtain an objective standard of values.
    • should be taken as a percept: All the forces we develop, all
    • mental endowments. It should make a noteworthy impression
    • should think in this way of our gathering, that we should
    • which I should like to express my farewell greeting to you,
  • Title: Teachings of Christ the Resurrected
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    • I should like to speak to you about a certain aspect of the Mystery
    • but I should like to emphasize the fact very strongly that in
    • the course of earth evolution. And although we should not
    • may ask: Why should he? As a result of his instinctive
    • should consider this matter without bias and you should put
    • traditional religion. You should understand that the beings of
    • perception. I should like to express in the following words
    • In regard to this I should like to say as a consolation that
  • Title: Christianity in the Evolutionary Course of Modern Mankind
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    • is of unique significance as an Avatar-Being. We should seek
    • should have an Avatar-being woven into his body? It means that
    • no one should maintain on this account that the language is
    • great historical law which should be of special importance for
    • comprehend what is in question, should be cultivated.
    • concern should now be that the organ within man be opened, so
  • Title: Eternal Soul of Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • Yes, one should not have this gesture of
    • preferably, we should say out of the depths of the human being
    • There then occurs that which should not be
    • should actually speak with full responsibility about the exact
    • otherwise plays a huge role in ordinary life — but should
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • the subjects to be discussed should contain something of
    • development far into the future. Spiritual science should be
    • understand. The truth should result in more than mere
    • patience and tolerance; it should enable a person to enter
    • Through spiritual science a person should be able to progress
    • This is to be expected and should be no cause for division;
    • rather Truth in all its forms should act as a unifying force.
    • existence. Religion should enable us to go through life
    • no one should be given bread without receiving also a world
    • utmost importance that there should exist, within external
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • of scientists believes that sensation should be ascribed also
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture III: The Origin of Suffering
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    • born. It is therefore comprehensible that an inkling should
    • death process, a destructive process must intervene; should
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture IV: The Origin of Evil
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    • with the result that what should remain impersonal becomes
    • it in the service of the world: The rose should adorn itself
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • should, according to spiritual science, avoid all education
    • have a bearing on the child's physical body; we should in
    • development of the embryo, so one should now respect the
    • influenced by the external world; all training should
    • the child should act beneficially.
    • imitation. Education should consist of example and imitation.
    • the child should not learn the significance of the letters of
    • she should do no more than trace their form with paint.
    • light even on details of what should be done. Everything the
    • towards illness. Everything that surrounds the child should
    • greenish colors, while the lively, too active child should
    • promote their health and inner forces. The child should not
    • will disappear. Education should be based on happiness, on
    • fashion. However, calculators should not be used; tables of
    • multiplication, poems and so on should be committed to memory
    • prejudice that maintains that at this age such things should
    • ether body. And there should be many objects of true artistic
    • manner benefits the child's ether body. There should be much
    • building blocks should not be used; the child should create
    • also awakens. Only now should appeal be made to the reasoning
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    • according to natural laws; that anyone should think it could
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VII: Education and Spiritual Science
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    • this time leave undisturbed what should develop naturally of
    • inner forces should be ennobled through religion, corresponds
    • authority and community. The children should experience
    • teacher's training. An educator should not be concerned with
    • the school must be its life. Life should not just be
    • pictorially the teacher should not be thinking that it is
    • should not merely be shown and described, the child should
    • should listen carefully to the truth uttered by a child, but
    • burdened with abstract concepts; what is taught should have a
    • sense-perceptible, must have spoken to the child; it should
    • theories are introduced, which should only be done after
    • by life. But school and education should not be something apart
    • from life. Rather should it be said that a person's character
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Paranoia. When that aspect of the physical body that should
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture IX: Wisdom and Health
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    • that through spiritual science egoistical wishes should be
    • The spiritual world is there and should not be sought as if
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • suggested that a person should contemplate his ordinary
    • activated. The environment should provide happiness, pleasure
    • principle is at work in the first seven years, and should be
    • the emulation. This is why the teaching of history should be
    • ether body. This influence should come from people who,
    • principle of education demands that the educator should now,
    • organs should now become stronger and increase in size.
    • strength and increase of stature. The child should experience
    • influence. Only now should appeal be made to the power of
    • should not be obliged to form personal opinions and
    • astral body is born. Before puberty the child should be able
    • definite, too conclusive; they should not become consolidated
    • contain what it should be able to imprint on the denser ether
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • virtues should be developed. When the Rosicrucians spoke of
    • the obvious fact that a human being should be moral and
    • circles, its fruits should be available to all humanity. That
    • namely, that it should not be embarked upon without
    • This should only be attempted when the stage of study has
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XII: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • suggest that a botanist or a poet should refrain from
    • phenomenon conveys. In that case the plant should be able to
    • subsequently discovered. Therefore, the objection should not
    • Beauty created by art should also express truth and
    • what he, Richard Wagner, offered to mankind should have
    • religious dedication. It should fulfill a religious task and
    • some action taking place on the stage, we should become aware
    • of more than can be perceived by eyes and ears. We should be
    • should not be there to illustrate the poetry, but to complete
    • it. What poetry cannot express should be conveyed by
    • to hear it? It should not be said that something arbitrary is
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XIII: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • people should recognize that to interpret the Bible in ways
    • these religious records should be properly understood. Those
    • develop spiritually. No one should wish to attempt to do so
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    • beforehand. It should be specified that what is said now has nothing
    • the possibility to consider them later should it be so
    • which, if possible, should enter the world; it refers to the artistic
    • spiritual task should develop, a task which is to result in a
    • must be assured in that the will to be a member should not come from
    • should be the result. But as soon as someone indicates that he
    • somehow does not agree with what is announced today, then he should
    • applicable. You will see though, if something like this should come
    • is no longer what it was, but has added something new, so should this
    • be like a living tree. Never should what it is to become be
    • of our endowment, the branch for Theosophical Art, should create a
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    • should not speak of man's knowledge, but of the complete man manifesting
    • way to find himself in the world. If the Western man should wish to become
    • should find their way past the ghosts into the spirit — and thus will
    • consciousness by his Leader, gave him the conception as to how he should
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    • should be addressed to Miss DORA BAKER,
    • were unable to do so, we should be helpless in the present-day
    • aims of education should be that of more and more perfecting in
    • body and into its metabolic organs. We should not think that
    • instead we should picture to ourselves that the head is the
    • should be so drawn that if the physical organs and the
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    • should be addressed to Miss DORA BAKER,
    • Jesus should be accessible to the simplest mind. This is indeed
    • should bear in mind that with the appearance of Christ Jesus
    • was Saturn. We should bear in mind that milliards of years ago
    • of Christ upon the earth. We should therefore look upon Christ
    • Gospel should therefore be read as follows: “Under the Cross
    • “Henceforth you should recognise the divine wisdom as
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    • should be addressed to Miss DORA BAKER,
    • images are real and should be taken as realities. It is
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture I
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    • If this should happen through a shrunken kidney, the astral body will
    • I should say if I may use this comparison again, the rounding forces
    • inner feeling of bliss, which should not be irreligious, or perhaps
    • ramifications of what is material. One should not be a dignified historian
    • today should be a preliminary indication of the fact that all human
    • This is what should come forth from Anthroposophy: to be awake, to have
    • a cell, of protein — but should be brought into the state of fluctuating
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    • life. The conception of man, in as far as it should be the foundation
    • is confronted with that: out of the darkness it should enter again into
    • the light, it should learn to judge in a light-filled way.
    • nothing. One should really have a kind in which the triangle can be
    • the right way that everything should be grasped in movement. (diagram
    • classical declaration, that one really should kill all people at the
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • people should not confine themselves to immediate sense
    • should also look in the opposite direction and adjust our first
    • clergyman let it be known — and it should be alright to
    • people should meet with this disaster at that precise
    • should be at least a small number of people who are able to
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    • Last time I wanted mainly to emphasize that we should not
    • where historical phenomena are concerned we should also
    • could begin to wonder how each of one's own deeds should be
    • “Perhaps after all one should not make a perfect
    • what I have said that we should always behave like that
    • I do not travel by his path to Parnassus, and should have been
    • good poet does not hurl them at his readers; he should know the
    • then we should also have to leave the world. For just as there
    • physical aspect, but should be judged based on the knowledge
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    • seems to me that the first two should adapt to the
    • This is how we should proceed with self-observation. We must
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    • all the points that should be considered. For just imagine, if
    • is that we should extend our view beyond what lies on the
    • should play a great part in human life, the domain of
    • significant a light as we should.
    • a person broods about how differently he should have acted, the
    • object. If we fill our mind with the thought “You should
    • physical plane as we imagined it should, we have failed. If
    • should have been done. We then come a little closer to what is
    • that he should never give any punishment at all. He knows how
    • because they envision that future events should take a definite
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • a good person. But on no account should the goodness or
    • impulses he accepts, but they should work in him — and
    • submitted to objective scrutiny. It should all enter into the
    • comfortable if they are told nothing about why they should
    • can emerge unhindered from our inner being. Thus what should be
    • to bring home to people is that we should not take these ideas
    • people should work towards acquiring a conception of their
  • Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of Language
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    • should direct finer powers of perception to such things. In
    • however, this practical sense should be most active in
    • noticed. Should it be noticed, that in itself would awaken an
    • days often said that the state should be above all a
    • strayed towards the left where he should not be is net right
    • the apt phrase “I ponder the What, I should rather
    • indication that one should. think concretely of the course of
    • should be made a practice so that in speaking one begins to
    • language should be dropped. A very great deal depends upon
    • pictures. Speaking in abstractions should not lead away at
    • all from the concrete sense-conception, but should simply
    • sense-conception that have reality should be illumined by the
    • not one-sided. One should not become one-sided where the most
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    • you see it is urgently necessary that understanding should be
    • life is not to be expressed in abstract thoughts. One should
    • genius should be especially cultivated, out of which should
    • necessary for men to work towards what should be achieved in
    • imaginative they have the deepest understanding. But should
    • through the gate of death. Should man gave himself up
    • expressed between man and man, should we, as men, not be able
    • to serve one another without having to speak, we should be
    • Europe we should perhaps be able to discuss the social
    • should always, as we think, be expressed in plain words. But
    • they weigh out how much meat and so on they should eat,
    • them that they should experience the God in sugar, tea, or
    • through laterally. So that Inspiration, which should restrain
    • Ahriman, should be active in the life of rights. We must
    • catastrophes of the time. At this juncture mankind should
    • of the day, that if one is a sensible person one should
    • should strive for a specially active understanding of what is
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • that should arise in our time is nevertheless extraordinary. This rejection
    • should now happen, and what the world has to expect from the events.
    • and are then overcome by fear and anxiety when they should turn to it.
    • Catholics. In passing I should like to point out that I am not at all
    • Church decided to allow that the laws of celestial space should also
    • of passion and illusion.” People should recognise, however, that
    • today fall under the category of illusion. This should be thoroughly
    • Should this be? And should
    • forward when he comes to the Guardian of the Threshold? No, this should
    • would be able to understand why this great majority should take him
    • not. I should like to ask you, in the first place, whether among the
    • and his relation to his fellows. Today all serious people should at
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • the questions concerning a world-conception seriously should come to
    • Now today I should like
    • teaching that a divinity should live immediately in the soul is heretical
    • that where men would deceive themselves these things should play a really
    • telling you here the average—I should not like to say opinion
    • supersensible world. That, however, is heresy, that should never be
    • the doctrines of the Church Fathers; I should like, however, to draw
    • should be for orthodox Catholic Christians who through this vision my
    • previously by the ordinary powers of the soul should gradually cease,
    • nature an the water of the ocean as a whole—should this be understood
    • today should not be loose in their thought; they dare not think loosely
    • if still greater misfortune is not to befall mankind. Today men should
    • the world, that so fearful a catastrophe should have fallen upon it.
    • should be said to exist between the ordinary faculties the faithful
    • the path of individual knowledge should be barred to the mere believers
    • it should give itself up passively to the will of God.
    • an immediate knowledge of the spiritual world, therefore he should be
    • practice of ceremonies prescribed in certain ancient rituals. He should
    • that that is actually present in the soul of ran should be recognised.
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    • The sixth and the seventh should then follow.
    • from the will and what should find a certain ordering for the social
    • should not have to shudder nor get gooseflesh at the description of
    • whole world would seem to us ghostly. We should have a ghostly world
    • not to have this feeling, should you only see, the world would appear
    • very like a ghost! Were it really what is presented by my eyes I should
    • never be able to stand firm, I should have to sink down; and as I do
    • physical realm. Why should I have done this? Why should I not have remained
    • away, as if they really should be there, were missing—and were
    • world and the world of the plants, that we should have the feeling we
    • world, all that they should conceive as underlying the world experienced
    • my death, including the images of my self, I should be just as stupid
    • experiments and let the experiments say what they themselves should
    • in what actually follows from the words as the spark should be produced
    • where he should become clear about his own personal being. In this longing,
    • should explain present-day mankind. Naturally this is no adverse judgment
    • that one should not venture to deny what is placed as spiritual necessity
    • is really necessary that man should be conscious. But he should also
    • should be perceived. One would wish above all things that this inner
    • connection should be felt by everyone entering upon Spiritual Science
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    • actual form of the spiritual life. Now today I should like to go into
    • we must find out the reason why there should arise this sensation of
    • is just that we really should keep in mind, and not the abstract words:
    • we should bear in mind that our body is tremendously rich between going
    • to do it we should always have to go on doing it and could not do otherwise.
    • softened down form from our body and its organs, because we should be
    • should be taken as perfectly justified in modern social life because
    • as physical men on the physical earth we should by no means be able
    • way and in another way indeed it must happen. As physical men we should
    • man what should be brought against the misdeed, the crime. We do this
    • I should like to mention. You see, the fact that the European, although
    • I should like to refer to
    • I have already mentioned to you once and should like to mention it again.
    • things, for we should pay attention to everything that makes us take
    • the unpleasantness should not arise which very often arises, namely,
    • We should like to go on
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    • accordance with Spiritual Science, we should not fail to notice that
    • should not fail to recognise when deep things hold sway in the new life
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • something which should now develop in a special way, something belonging
    • that a man should die, be buried and rise again. To save the evolution
    • should not forget that whoever turns his gaze without prejudice to these
    • spirit worthy of them one cannot help feeling that should Herman Grimm
    • coming after him is perhaps the most powerful testament. That they should
    • Goethe demands of us that we should work with him, think with him, feel
    • with him, that we should carry on his task just as though he were standing
    • behind each one of us, tapping us on the shoulder, giving us advice.
    • and up to our own time, Goethe has been given the cold shoulder. And
    • that he should always just be saying Lord, Lord! is he a good Christian
    • forsaken the path that should lead farther and farther into the understanding
    • the bringing to life of G0etheanism. For this, it is true we should
    • has up till now called itself Goetheanism. We should have to learn to
    • repetition of “Lord, Lord . . .” but that man should carry
    • his spirit in his heart, in his mind; and that in Goetheanism it should
    • Golgotha should be preserved in the heart, so that this heart should
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    • develop a clairvoyant consciousness, you should experience
    • personality. Should he be unable to do this, then he would
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    • abstraction — but this is what we should surely learn
    • should ponder the relationship of human beings who are so taken
    • work, containing specific meaning, which shouldn't only be
    • because the greatest good is that towards which mankind should
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    • what their characteristics and faults are, they should brood
    • always have it in mind that we should strive to rise towards
    • point” — a saying which should be taken to heart:
    • should, in order to get to know our “I,” encourage
    • particular. Should we have a very limited outlook and actually
    • should become more profound, seek God within, will hardly
    • wish to theorize, I wish to make a hypothesis which should
    • supersensible worlds in the highest way possible. Should we
    • action, and these descriptions should be taken as instructions
    • important here. One opinion shouldn't fight another. As a
    • a necessity, a gateway. So we too, should become gateways, but
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    • between the lectures now being given, I should like to-day to bring
    • should be made the centre of the movement for Spiritual Science from
    • artistic forms and figures. Once again, I should like to repeat what
    • I should like to draw your
    • by. An organic structural thought should express whether a motive is
    • consists, and here you can see it carried out. And I should like to
    • thought should be misunderstood. I once gave a lecture in Dornach on
    • should feel that the form must be what it is, for although it is not
    • and speculating. There should be no question of speculating or puzzling
    • curve is expressed exactly as it should be: while at the same time you
    • only feeling one has. But here in every surface and line should he expressed
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    • I should like very specially
    • the course of evolution through any form of metamorphosis we should
    • eye the etheric, then there should be added that which in the lower
    • it highly important that we should any that this is the Venus column,
    • Eurhythmics should not be overcome in the struggle he has to wage continually
    • we should have achieved something. For you see my dear friends, it is
    • in past years we thought we should be successful.
    • of morality in the world to-day, but it is necessary that we should
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    • that we should have merely a feeling for the single colour; the single
    • spiritual above, the physical below. In that which should develop in
    • for the purpose of thinking to penetrate our whole organism we should
    • not be able to live, we should continually die. We only live because
    • which may be imagined about it. That which should fill our thought should
    • But all this — I should
    • to-day what we have up to the present in pictures. I should like to
    • the point of view of Anthroposophy should be accurately brought to the
    • voluptuousness. I should like to know how anyone can be so without heart,
    • that to anyone this Spiritual Science should be the most important thing
    • in life, and that it should have no counsel to give in the present-day
    • principles have the value that they should have. It is a pressing necessity
    • say perhaps: This is something which should only be grasped by the
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    • should like to link on what I am about to say to the
    • Our joyful day should see you here.
    • and it is significant that Goethe should have chosen this
    • eighteenth century, from which I should like to read you a
    • “The King's crown should be of
    • married to the Lily in the glass. We should not make fun of
    • explain what he makes, we should have to describe these
    • happen should one see any sense in the old knowledge. And all
    • also knew that the earth should not be looked upon merely in
    • of the question should men have retained the ancient forces.
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    • and Gretchen — Faust should then flee, leaving Gretchen
    • Now I should
    • should have gone off on a ramble in this carefree way. But
    • strange that the Canon of a great community should be
    • reverence, that you should come with me at a fixed time next
    • obviously wrong. That last lines should go to Faust:
    • And with what buffets beats upon my shoulder!”
    • the witches should be burnt. for although no one need
    • place. Why should not an old General, a Minister (His
    • should not these souls so come out of their bodies that they
    • will-o'-the-wisp it should go straight not zigzag, lest its
    • flickering light should be blown out. The will-o'-the-wisp is
    • Should'st lay in novelties alone.”
    • he consciousness might easily be blunted, and that should not
    • perhaps he was not blindly inventing. And that there should
    • sense-instinct into what it should really be for him.
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    • Something that should not, cannot, surprise people in our
    • the spiritual world should actually promote caricatures of
    • spiritual thrust should meet with opposition. Naturally
    • was driven to declare that everyone over 30 should be put to
    • should like to keep to what is good and to flee from Lucifer
    • And how should there thine eye be free?
    • And how should there thine eye be free?
    • should be missing; it must have happened therefore by some
    • Goethe by this scene, might be continued on into what should
    • rises to Goethe's level — should try to become clear as
    • the consciousness when it reaches to the firmament. I should
    • reality. All concepts of Spiritual Science should be such
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    • going to speak about this evening I should like to link on to
    • should cease to function. This intellect begins with
    • should cease to work. He must be taken up with his soul into
    • a different region. This naturally should be understood as a
    • soul as it should work, for Faust has gone through many
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    • historic process. And I should like to ask: Where else is it
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    • hinder its development. Therefore one should refrain from
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    • age, we should find the special characteristics of the
    • We should discover the working-together, the mutual relations,
    • this connection of man with the hierarchies, we should perceive
    • that in the course of his earthly development he should
    • intentions, the consciousness of man should have been in a
    • very important that no wrong conclusions should be drawn from
    • is important that no one should be misled by them. That is
    • he would probably have answered: “Oh, I should think
    • sphere where everything that should be earth was fire, and
    • that Homunculus should be given a prospect of not remaining
    • Hell should all burst forth together.”
    • should be experienced in the subconscious, But it turns out
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    • today dreams are wishes fulfilled in phantasy. I should like
    • it a grievous human limitation that he should have no ideas,
    • himself intensively with studies that should bring vividly
    • upper hand. It is most important that these things should be
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    • foreshadowed. And it is indeed very important that we should
    • add something here to all that has been said. I should like,
    • all-embracing Faust poem,that should indeed be of the
    • It is particularly important and significant that he should
    • an insight should be gained into this particular form, this
    • this is a matter of general knowledge I should like today to
    • it is important that this etheric body should have been so
    • task when it comes to sound natural science. Should we really
    • the same if you want to be purely a scientist. You should be
    • should have come to such perception of the mutual reflection
    • future is that mankind should go more deeply into the ideas
    • are demanded, should also declare that some sort of
    • and ttat right and left should be forcibly dovetailed into
    • one another and man should be a monism and, thus handicapped,
    • should it be otherwise? Whoever believes that it is not possible
    • spiritual can be quite parable to him. For I should like to
    • although by its nature it should make the conditions we have
    • Christians and should be better ones, if what is meant by
    • this is that they should live up to the Christian example. I
    • outlook is needed. But the moment men should really come to
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    • and so on. That is how the nature of man should first be
    • ask: How then should the Mystery of Samothrace be pictured
    • Today we should say: We represent how in the centre of the
    • this, one should betake oneself outside the body to a demonic
    • in Spiritual Science one should rise above all this abstract
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    • Faust that had just been performed, and I should like
    • so. Goethe has the feeling that, should human understanding
    • be developed to the demonic, should the critical faculty of
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    • I should not
    • was created. Such studies should simply teach the language,
    • written, and should not expound or interpret, for as a rule
    • think you will agree that we should not be complete human
    • pursue the path of thought in this direction, I should never
    • by means of his will, so that he should be able to experience
    • should strive for the state of repose midway between the
    • before birth, we should not think a Homunculus, we should
    • we in possession of every technical resource, we should put
    • drives man to lose himself in the pole of will. Should a man
    • entered that, in order to overcome temptation, we should
    • world-conception, it would be such that we should no longer
    • sleep should have had its effect upon us before we wake,
    • waking when sleep has done its work upon us, we should have
    • to bring deep down into our physical body; then we should be
    • continued into the twentieth, should be felt to be perfect.
    • the tree should go on growing, a fresh seed must be sown in
    • essential that men should discard the idea of a straight line
    • in evolution, that they should learn to understand the rhythm
    • of life, flowing like the waves of the sea, that they should
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    • which is here called spiritual investigation should not raise
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    • However, not a finished image, not a portrait should they
    • you are related, should place before your soul nothing other
    • the name “I am the I-am” should you imagine this
    • should experience a reflection of the godhead. It was the
    • godhead. - As a result all activity amongst people should from
    • should not acknowledge anything higher than the Divine, who
    • below the “I.” From out of this no image should be
    • should be worshipped. “I am the everlasting in you and a
    • gaze should seek My gaze within you. - This is the kind of
    • Not in outer images should the Divine within people be
    • and how this should in fact rule in the social world. This is
    • within the other, but one should not once in a spoken word
    • diminish the worth of his “I.” One should not state
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    • Theosophy however should be involved with mood or experience.
    • need to think about this knowledge and should allow such
    • is going to happen should the plant have been able to
    • Against these things one should never turn your back: yes, it
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    • a necessity that this matter should, once in a while, be
    • that it should take into account so important a publication
    • questions of existence. Theosophy should deal with it
    • And here I may say that I should hardly have dared to speak my
    • yet why should not this continuous line proceed onwards in a
    • there were an ancestor whom I should feel shame in recalling it would
    • point. What is of importance is that the obvious should for
    • brain, we should find it to be nothing but a jumble of
    • you will ask, how should a man be able to receive any new
    • confused. (Should anyone desire more information on this
    • natural science. But if man should begin to open his inner
    • senses, if he should come to see and hear that there is such a
    • connection between ape and man, yet from this it should not
    • animals. What should be accepted is a primeval creature, a
    • undeveloped forebears of man should be installed; for
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    • Consciousness Soul should evolve, nevertheless it could not
    • recognised condition for so doing that one's heart should first
    • long as a man is living in the body he should follow up his
    • should see once more their full intensity and depth and
    • to point out that man should make himself independent of such
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    • life in him. We should not be able to think, the head would not be an
    • up, we should contact the world of the Angels, in the first place the
    • should receive them with warmth. For man should be received with
    • moment of time; he should be received with warmth. And then he will be
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    • higher worlds should be carried into actual life, that we should know
    • — it is precisely now that deeper questions should be raised
    • anthroposophical attitude to the world should be understood here in
    • unreceptive to the knowledge of Nature which should be infused into
    • That is the thought I should like to leave with you. Those who feel
    • themselves Anthroposophists should realise that they are a tiny
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    • reconcile it with his conscience that there should be — as he
    • ought you to do this?” Where should he now turn for counsel?
    • should do. The sign from within urged him to turn back, and he
    • ensure that he should really be able to take up this post within three
    • concerning the world mysteries should come to life likewise
    • to say to men should be repeated by this person or that, but rather
    • impossible, as people read to-day, that they should
    • his work should be read aloud. Then he said to Schiller: “You
    • by Goethe as a piece of audacity; and I should like to remind you
    • to illustrate this I should like to read out a passage from Fichte's
    • after going on to discuss what a man should become in life if in
    • from long ago. Supposing that this were the fact, I should have to
    • reference should be made to an observation attributed to Napoleon
    • “Everything would have gone all right. I should not have
    • if anyone to-day should assert that he finds this
    • fresh outlook on the world, should inevitably hold out his hand to
    • and immortality in God, why should he not face this venture of
    • why he should listen to this any longer; so he went off and did not
    • and indeed in Fichte's other writings; but that, as I should like to
    • should feel the German spirit which pervades his productions,
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    • they fit in equally poorly with what should live in the depth of the
    • feel an intimation — in our circles this feeling should certainly
    • and what should it become in the future? To this end, let us compare,
    • voices they would awaken all those feelings which the soul should feel
    • tales of what they wanted to feel and should feel, when the so-called
    • this event that our thoughts should be directed during this festival
    • lies in the Christ-Impulse. But it should be perfectly clear that to
    • in such a Christmas play should become signposts, as it were, by which
    • You should appreciate this fact neither with optimistic nor with
    • each period we must learn how to enliven in ever new ways what should
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    • It is not the words of Socrates that should work on us as much as
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    • those who should join in kindling such fires assailing one another in
    • Let us admit that at once. (Here I should like to remark, especially
    • at the time, and no wonder, for those who should have understood it
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    • aroused — and why indeed should we not be curious about this
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    • aware of. It might be asked, “Why should it occur to
    • sight. After all, it is curious that philosophers should be compared
    • that they should want to have something to say about the matter from
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    • really be perceived in a sleeping man. So we should have to say that
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    • belong to a certain nation should always have an immediate feeling
    • point that should be inserted here. In these abstract technicalities
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    • these concepts to religious feeling in our time we should say (but
    • should listen. They should listen to what can lead them once more to
    • have been dispensed with. No one should ever think either that one
    • put forward so easily, and that continually repeats what should be
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    • IN THESE lectures I should like to bring before you a picture of the
    • should be carried through in the right way.
    • all the principles that should be observed in looking after it. Well,
    • whole it should. certainly be possible to keep these two things apart:
    • those around him: “Why should we do that?” Certainly, when
    • but what he should thereby attain is at the same moment taken from
    • that a number of persons should be capable of judging what spiritual
    • should. be communicated to man during his physical life concerning the
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    • what good thing the rock crystal has done that it should have become a
    • upon the idea that all men should be free to compete in the exchange
    • needed for the higher worlds. This must be strictly avoided. He should
    • This will have indicated how a person should not let feelings and
    • Fechner proposed that Frau Professor Schleiden should put out her tubs
    • important and necessary that one should first gain acquaintance with
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    • secrets of the Egyptian-Chaldaic period should appear as a kind of
    • very little agreement with the higher ego of the person. It should be
    • accepted as the basis of modern education — all this should not
    • entirely correct. No, all this should be judged in accordance with how
    • know the Mysteries through occult sight. And they should be most
    • But that is not the point. What matters is that there should be
    • of duality must make a unity, and so should bring man a little further
    • Just as it was right for Egyptian times that one should rise up into
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    • from the same father. What should we think of a man who believed that
    • This should not give rise to pride, for it is only thanks to the lower
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    • should adopt towards his master in Western Initiation.
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    • should spread over the world in later times. In the Gospel of St. John
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    • your leaves and fruits I could not live. And man should say to the
    • To the animals he should say: I have a soul and you have not; yet we
    • shoulders, may be called a feeling of indentification with the whole
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    • itself. We should try in vain to describe a man's character, but let
    • stand in the most intimate relation to each other, but we should think
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    • knows the Earth. Why, then, should he return? This objection would be
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XIII: The Logos and the Word
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    • We should try to conceive the power of the higher Ego as being
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XIV: The Logos and Man
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    • should have a picture of the third Logos.
    • If we could envisage the 49 states of life, we should have a picture
    • If we could envisage the 7 states of consciousness, we should have a
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XVI: Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Human Will
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  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XVII: Redemption and Liberation
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    • committed sins should bear the weight of them. This is an error of
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    • spiritual clairvoyance should grow dim in order that the intellect
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    • ice. In this way you should picture the arising of the
    • Gospel is written should not read it like any other book. The
    • Thus is it intended and thus should it be used. I have often
    • the beginning” is not a good translation. It should
    • plane appear to him as in a mirror. The number 165 should not
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    • Christian document. We have seen that it should not be read
    • eaten of the Tree of Knowledge, should also eat of the Tree
    • quickly enough, and that one should mortify the flesh, the
    • and to value it higher than our lower world, but we should
    • principle, in different forms. We should not despise any
    • parents, but that the works of God should be made manifest in
    • glory of God should be made manifest in a blind person. This
    • presumes that it was arranged that someone should be blind so
    • Thus he said, signifying what death he should die. The people
    • “All this should only have come to pass once Elias has
    • to be laid aside until this time. At that time people should
    • “God-man”, should pass through one incarnation in
    • history in broad lines, we should not think that we are
    • should be fulfilled, A bone of him shall not be
    • entirety to you, I should have to take the whole winter. I
    • should have to take it sentence by sentence and then you
    • critique of this John Gospel. Instead, it should immerse
    • itself in it, in order to understand it. Then we should see
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    • understand it, but we should never excuse or justify it. The consequences
    • understandable that her lower astral body should answer in this way if
    • astral husk, gradually dissolves, and it is important that it should
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  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • ways and at different times. The educator should always bear this in
    • attempt should be made to influence the astral body, or its inward activity
    • from their environment should be favourable. It is very important that
    • during these early years a child should be surrounded by noble-minded,
    • of a child's being, his surroundings should be kept free from all impure,
    • this is when we should do all we can to encourage it. This again is
    • “why?” We should answer such questions not with abstract
    • is it that we should look at the world in the light of this law and
    • of objections may arise. Someone may say: “Then we should certainly
    • we should be positively active in laying a foundation for the future.
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    • always should, to facts and experiences. I shall therefore tell you
    • How, then, should we try
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    • thought emerged: Here is something one should not do. Similarly, a savage
    • at the animal world, they said, he should tell himself: “I carried
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    • riddle of 777.” His wish was that people should learn for themselves
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    • as they should have done. Thus there were beings halfway between gods
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • we should not be able today to understand the truth which Theosophy
    • important tasks for mankind today and in the future: that men should
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    • will gradually become able to gain knowledge for themselves. You should
    • we should attend to; then we shall make progress.
    • occult path will have to do this. Thus he should, for example, do certain
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    • into the details which distinguish these three paths. But first I should
    • together should be abandoned: these sacred ancient rites are symbols of
    • man should recognise what he owes to all the rest of nature. So also,
    • in our society, a man holding a higher position should bow before those
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    • Rosicrucian pupil “self-mirroring”, which should serve to
    • its polar opposite; you should cultivate its opposite and then try to
    • to be deceived: they think too much about themselves. You should get out
    • pupil should find no book too difficult; if he does, it means only that
    • this layer was laid down in the Earth — so that men should be
    • dissension in, and that should really be an impossibility. So the
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    • been pointed out that the anthroposophical movement should try to
    • theologians. It is tremendously important that this should be
    • has even been entertained that theologians should actually acquire
    • People should not play with the idea that they can push their way
    • thrown together in chaotic fashion: the seriousness that we should be
    • one should certainly not think that therefore one can perform the
    • specifically medical. Or perhaps I should ask, have any physicians
    • pastor should refrain from all medical measures.
    • to do with what measures should be taken, for instance, in a parish
    • where there is a doctor, what connection there should be between the
    • should observe what actually takes place in a patient when, let us
    • like to know why they should work together. Why should an experienced
    • makes no sense. And why should a priest want to interfere in medical
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    • the mutual concerns of priest and physician, we should look
    • the shoulder blade and proceeds along the bones of the arm. This bone
    • prime extending from the shoulder blade to the bone of the upper arm,
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    • the matters we have been considering. In particular, we should see
    • they regard it as natural that they should have it; they feel that
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    • give, “just like an adult!” But one should be alert to
    • something in this period before puberty that they should only have
    • comes about. The astral body should only be drawing the ego down
    • teacher, so that the teacher will realize what should be done for
    • should actually be maintaining their independence. They develop the
    • — something that should only appear after the change of teeth.
    • When it appears in the first life period, however, we should be
    • concerned and we should find the means — physical, soul, and
    • should really only emerge during the second seven years.
    • organization should work into our organism — then we see a
    • vocationally drawn to observe such things should do so not only as
    • individual symptoms — where, naturally, they should be studied
    • with special love — but should also cultivate an understanding
    • for them as a general phenomenon. Such a person should also develop
    • putting into the child's first years of life something that should
    • What we should see in
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    • should consider something for a moment that some with a modern, more
    • Therefore I would like to describe a concrete case. It should reveal
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    • as happening the same way within us. But one should know that this is
    • Now there should come
    • This should provide
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    • or her spiritual life and experience. The understanding that should
    • of illness and live with them. Special value should be laid on this
    • should not be there, a sick process. It lacks ego. What can we do if
    • This is a fact that physicians should know — as well as the
    • scientists. And that makes no sense. A physician should always be
    • This knowledge should
    • sort of union or association or group should be formed is just an
    • together, and should feel closely united to one another. Any external
    • association should be an expression of the inner union created by
    • concrete truths that should be filling their souls. It is difficult
    • knowledge. These are things we should think about in our time. For
    • something that should be understood before anything else by those who
    • another, none of it matters. What does matter, what should be clearly
    • organs. Now sometimes a process that properly should have taken hold
    • aberration. The physician should see clearly that materialism is a
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    • think a creative thought — for fear that if they should
    • into the old way of naming things, Saturn and so forth, you should
    • learn to know the direction it should take in its observation of the
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    • medical stream that should now emanate from the Goetheanum.
    • whom should be concerned with the healing of human beings on earth.
    • into the physical organism than they should in ordinary waking life,
    • should, enhancing the sleep condition. The ancient initiates
    • what should first of all bestow healing upon physicians. We can
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    • been pointed out that the anthroposophical movement should try to
    • theologians. It is tremendously important that this should be
    • has even been entertained that theologians should actually acquire
    • People should not play with the idea that they can push their way
    • thrown together in chaotic fashion: the seriousness that we should be
    • one should certainly not think that therefore one can perform the
    • specifically medical. Or perhaps I should ask, have any physicians
    • pastor should refrain from all medical measures.
    • to do with what measures should be taken, for instance, in a parish
    • where there is a doctor, what connection there should be between the
    • should observe what actually takes place in a patient when, let us
    • like to know why they should work together. Why should an experienced
    • makes no sense. And why should a priest want to interfere in medical
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    • CONSIDER the mutual concerns of priest and physician, we should look
    • the shoulder blade and proceeds along the bones of the arm. This bone
    • prime extending from the shoulder blade to the bone of the upper arm,
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    • the matters we have been considering. In particular, we should see
    • they regard it as natural that they should have it; they feel that
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    • give, “just like an adult!” But one should be alert to
    • something in this period before puberty that they should only have
    • comes about. The astral body should only be drawing the ego down
    • teacher, so that the teacher will realize what should be done for
    • should actually be maintaining their independence. They develop the
    • — something that should only appear after the change of teeth.
    • When it appears in the first life period, however, we should be
    • concerned and we should find the means — physical, soul, and
    • should really only emerge during the second seven years.
    • organization should work into our organism — then we see a
    • vocationally drawn to observe such things should do so not only as
    • individual symptoms — where, naturally, they should be studied
    • with special love — but should also cultivate an understanding
    • for them as a general phenomenon. Such a person should also develop
    • putting into the child's first years of life something that should
    • What we should see in
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    • should consider something for a moment that some with a modern, more
    • Therefore I would like to describe a concrete case. It should reveal
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    • as happening the same way within us. But one should know that this is
    • Now there should come
    • This should provide
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    • or her spiritual life and experience. The understanding that should
    • of illness and live with them. Special value should be laid on this
    • should not be there, a sick process. It lacks ego. What can we do if
    • This is a fact that physicians should know — as well as the
    • scientists. And that makes no sense. A physician should always be
    • This knowledge should
    • sort of union or association or group should be formed is just an
    • together, and should feel closely united to one another. Any external
    • association should be an expression of the inner union created by
    • concrete truths that should be filling their souls. It is difficult
    • knowledge. These are things we should think about in our time. For
    • something that should be understood before anything else by those who
    • another, none of it matters. What does matter, what should be clearly
    • organs. Now sometimes a process that properly should have taken hold
    • aberration. The physician should see clearly that materialism is a
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    • think a creative thought — for fear that if they should
    • into the old way of naming things, Saturn and so forth, you should
    • learn to know the direction it should take in its observation of the
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    • medical stream that should now emanate from the Goetheanum.
    • whom should be concerned with the healing of human beings on earth.
    • into the physical organism than they should in ordinary waking life,
    • should, enhancing the sleep condition. The ancient initiates
    • what should first of all bestow healing upon physicians. We can
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    • opening words of our Bible, an entirely new world should dawn upon
    • is much more important that we should have been prepared by
    • that in the course of these lectures we too should seek to place
    • spiritual scientific account should we place what draws near to our
    • creation story, begins. This is what it is describing. We should not
    • should clearly understand that in those days there was a lively
    • We should have to go
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    • even in a position to know why this should be so, or to perceive why
    • it should rather be regarded as making known their presence
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    • Where today should we
    • should search the whole of cosmic space in vain. At a certain period
    • This word means something which should not be interpreted in a
    • and if we want to put it into our own words, we should have to say,
    • with the question of how we should understand the “day”
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    • coming into existence of our earth we should expect to find a
    • repetition of the Saturn state. In other words we should expect to
    • the Moon evolution in the Genesis account. What should we expect to
    • find? We should expect the sound-ether to set to work to organise
    • upward, and others accumulate below, we should expect to fmd that
    • should happen which would indicate to us that life-ether was
    • light and organising sound had poured in. There should be some phrase
    • which is what we should expect, if it really derives from occult
    • First we should like to know what part was played in the Genesis
    • Should we not expect to find the Spirits of Personality, the
    • should expect to find the Principalities, or Spirits of Personality,
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    • For example we should be quite justified in raising the question in
    • the mistake of being sorry for the poor things! We should not harbour
    • the contrary we should remind ourselves that everything happens out
    • part to play in our existence; without them we should be exposed to
    • that there should be no mention in Genesis of anything of an animal
    • usual rendering is nonsense. I should like to meet the man who can
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    • the maya of solid matter, we should have to say that behind
    • the same way you should distinguish two things in what I have
    • — that matter is a low level of existence. Why should we bother
    • main and subordinate clauses should fit so beautifully together that
    • of tragedy. The very thing which should enlighten humanity upon the
    • should again turn to the sources of spiritual life. Spiritual
    • theme which should guide us into the spiritual life.
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    • should always be received with the greatest caution. It is a kind of
    • has been formed by the light for the light.” This saying should
    • this, which held good for light on the Moon, should itself reach a
    • to be expected that what applied to light on the Moon should during
    • on the second day. Genesis gives the facts as we should expect them
    • The writer just forgot them.” Men should learn that Genesis not
    • discovered by scrupulous spiritual investigation should be
    • should indeed penetrate human souls if they are once more to
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    • evolutions we should expect to find the human being there all the
    • time, we should expect to find him long before the sixth day. How is
    • the outwardly manifest, we should not on that first day expect to
    • soul-spiritual man which today we should call the consciousness soul,
    • should express as “the human astral body is formed in
    • to take place in order that the Elohim likewise should rise to a
    • of warmth to that of air, so we should expect the Elohim too, in
    • is really very odd that the commentators should have argued as to
    • Scholasticism properly we should soon see, what is clearly expressed
    • impact it should make upon our souls when we learn to understand what
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    • materialistic ideas of the Bible make it inevitable that one should
    • It was in order that these etheric and physical bodies should be able
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    • moment when we should say in terms of Spiritual Science that the
    • the Elohim. I should like to ask such commentators on what they base
    • external investigation, I should like to ask them how, in face of
    • creation, because it says that God created man, should also look at
    • other passages — tol'doth), and should assume a third
    • will no longer have the Bible. If we could go on longer, we should be
    • I should like to emphasise once more that it has not been so very
    • with us the strength which should flow from this teaching. Let us
    • this above all be the effect of this Cycle! It should be a seed
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    • celebrate a Sunday — a day, that is, which should remind them of
    • We should indeed remind ourselves again and again what a great
    • It is good that we should confess to-day, in all sincerity, how
    • in the super-sensible. It is essential that we should see in Paul a man
    • senses. Should any man think he can reach the Christ with the mere
    • Christianity has no meaning. It is important that people should face
    • the modern age? Should it not go together with the Easter festival
    • taken seriously, is it not essential that men should bethink
    • human faculty of knowledge? Should not this be the thought that rises
    • it is a jest that man should keep the festival of the Resurrection and
    • should go further and develop into a knowledge of the super-sensible
    • ‘Easter,’ how do I stand to super-sensible knowledge? For Easter should
    • This is the thought that we should carry in our hearts and minds
    • have indicated. For the soul of man should feel the purely external,
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    • of spirit-and-soul should spring from a source other than that of the
    • is important that this danger should be elucidated. — Man
    • must be shouldered, and this can be done only when striving for
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    • scholarship. The value of this science of comparative religion should
    • There may be some who say: Surely the Crucifixion should have been
    • through his deeds men should be set upon a downward path; his purpose
    • gods: it was necessary that One from among them should descend and
    • the Buddhist would say: ‘I should therefore misunderstand you were I
    • all earthly civilisations, Anthroposophy should lead the way.
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    • Good Friday thought which, in truth, should merely have formed the
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    • He lent Himself to the divine decree of higher worlds that He should
    • is inevitable that modern humanity should pass through the stage of
    • was necessary that man should begin to unfold those forces of soul
    • That this secret should have been entrusted to Christ's first
    • Nietzsche should have imbibed certain poisons — a procedure not
    • faithful should take place, with the aim of giving an intimation, at
    • It is an all too characteristic contrast to this that there should
    • theology in Basle — Overbeck, a friend of Nietzsche — should
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    • document should lie where it does, a strange occurrence played a part
    • shoulder-blades, his only vulnerable part. This is a prophetic
    • realities, these Gods should be presented again in their Wagnerian
    • should feel the Easter Miracle, then, as a mighty Deed, a
    • These are the feelings that should inspire us in the days when we
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    • upwards to the heights of wisdom. Nor should we aspire immediately to
    • should look for the origin of thought in the nervous system alone. For
    • striven for in Atman, that the breath should become divine to such a
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    • spiritual heights and took human form in order that mankind should be
    • It was necessary that a powerful heavenly force should stream into
    • physical matter, and in physical matter should sacrifice itself. This
    • descended should be made fit, cleansed, purified and hallowed in such
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    • revelation which should give us the full content, the thought-content,
    • man's earthly life he should himself adjust the balance of this karmic
    • can be seen that in our time, too, we should say, as did John the
    • To-day people must have knowledge of everything and should no longer
    • Naturally, it might be quite possible that people should want, for
    • foundation of faith. We should know in order to take increasing
    • receive the life which should well up to invigorate the soul. This is
    • For were there no love at all in a man, the sheath which should be
    • it is for our age that this revelation should come to men in such a
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    • most recent cycle of mankind, and should, in a certain sense, be
    • at first the external world should pass this by, or even treat it as
    • should not pay attention to the harmful consequences of disregarding
    • what is here in question. But Anthroposophists should be clear that
    • thing was that they should have had the same dream on the same night.
    • Thus, in dream-pictures of this kind we should not look for an exact
    • in dreams. Hence it was very important that men should then feel this
    • surprised that many people should not have begun, as yet, to look back
    • is perfectly true, and should be realised by Anthroposophists, that
    • true, and should not be treated lightly. On the other hand, those who
    • experienced by the ego so that it should rely increasingly upon
    • what should be done. Then the guidance of the Commandments will have
    • we should through love alone, we then discover in us something that
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    • After a long absence I am able to be again in your midst, and I should
    • events of our time which touch us so deeply. Our attention should not
    • our days. It is therefore fitting that we should once again bring
    • should see that with these forces alone man cannot become what he is.
    • time to which we can go back in memory — should never leave us.
    • separates from the body should, during the whole time we pass in the
    • things have to be investigated little by little. And now I should like
    • the life between death and rebirth. I should now like to bring forward yet
    • had to proceed from our own initiative, we should be greatly
    • externally. I should like to give an apt instance of this. Just
    • own Karma, and we should not on this account wish to die at this or
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    • spiritual civilisation of the world. I should now like to continue the
    • I should like to point out — if I may do so without seeming
    • things, for in these days we should be very broad indeed — that
    • significance to this cause of ours, that we should meet together in
    • should experience everything in this review which others have suffered
    • regards as precious. You would thus be wishing that he should not
    • important that we should distinguish this. And now suppose a man dies
    • lecture. Now, I should like to conclude by saying one thing: When you
    • prepared. And it was necessary that this should be prepared. You see
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    • body contains we should be infinitely cleverer than we are at the
    • to our physical body as we now have, we should really be born as
    • For we should then really live amongst our fellow-men as automatons.
    • should be absolutely aware for instance, that with this or that person
    • otherwise we should learn nothing for our further evolution: but there
    • interpret the pictures we see, we should know that in our etheric
    • there. Anything to which these dead souls attach value should not
    • spiritual world demands that man should raise himself up to it, for it
    • everything on the earth should not merely exist; but that among the
    • things on the earth there should be something which is not earthly, in
    • there should be also those who point to the earth, who have really
    • earlier than should have been done according to plan. Thus we may say
    • We must always bear in mind that we should not imagine men living on
    • and nevertheless not consumed by it, should, in a sense not
    • ‘that which should exist’ into the spiritual world. Thereby
    • intermingled there consists in ‘something that should
    • unless something occurred to arrest it. This conversion should be
    • ours demands, more than other epochs that we should think, not only on
    • earthly world, the Idealists bear ‘that which should exist,’
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    • everything must be proved,’ I should like to put one question:
    • which should arise from much of what can be cultivated in Spiritual
    • one must learn to wait, to wait patiently. In reality one should only
    • have pointed out how clever we should really be if we could with our
    • to something else — if we could perceive all that, we should see
    • comes a point which should be correctly grasped with reference to
    • show an enormous subtlety — we cannot call this wisdom; we should
    • should come to him from his ordinary consciousness. There are many
    • course strive to expand our consciousness, but in doing so, we should
    • that we should not remove egotism from our ordinary consciousness. But
    • — and quite correctly: ‘Why should one prevent these people
    • conditions? Why should they occupy the little time they have in
    • trivial life that which should lead one away from it, even as regards
    • should bear in mind not only the ‘What’ (the matter) but the
    • ‘How’ (the manner): that we should really bestir ourselves
    • the physical world. And now, in conclusion, I should like to mention a
    • that we should acquaint ourselves with this radical difference in the
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    • consideration, must be brought into connection with much that should
    • this memory should not be severed. We must remember back to a certain
    • To-day I should like to add to our considerations a quite special
    • should lay hold of them, as may truly happen through the inner
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    • thing is that we should perceive how humanity has proceeded in its
    • our present epoch should not see it. This may be said, that one ought
    • should have reached this point, through the critical philosophy of
    • it that the one strikes the other so that he is wounded, I should be a
    • absolutely real occurrence through the mirror image. And I should be a
    • should have just these very senses. If we had other senses the world
    • Now, finally, that such errors should be manifest in a criticism of
    • we should become conscious of the necessity for those who wish to be
    • demands that we should seek to transcend that thinking which answers
    • forms of thought. Everywhere we should lay aside in our own souls that
    • That should form part of the practical life of our Spiritual Science.
    • And it will become more and more necessary that there should be at
    • we should again make our thinking alive. Let us briefly place before
    • subsequent historians should arise and comfortably verify His
    • in the field of matter. For the spiritual you should not and may not
    • we should not merely regard this Christmas Mystery as that day of the
    • into ourselves all sorts of edification, but we should look upon it as
    • As a symbol I should like in conclusion to present something which a
    • were put to bed and told that they should receive their Christmas
    • And He is ever to be found, if we only seek Him. That thought should
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    • In all esoteric teaching it is important to learn how we should look
    • with the solar plexus we should live in intimate communion with the
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    • self-knowledge. Meditation therefore should not be undertaken without
    • spirituality of the East should bring a central point into the chaos
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    • should be as positive as possible and as little as possible negative;
    • that one should speak less about what is not, than about what is. When
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    • should have the human being as he was before the Lemurian race, who is
    • him, can lead him upward to his higher self. Passion should not be
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    • sub-race will be founded. The Theosophical Movement should be the
    • Christianity; namely, that man should make the whole of eternity
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    • comprehended the entire physical world we should no longer need it,
    • for then we should have it within us. At present however man has
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    • This is why people should be brought together into groups, in order to
    • A being can however become entangled in what should actually remain
    • strongly with what should become slag. This will come about when the
    • forces of the senses, which should now detach themselves, if he is
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    • outside, education on the physical plane should bring about in the
    • the physical body. The teaching implanted in them what should in the
    • as everything that we should learn from physical existence has not yet
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    • of the word. So that he should become what he is, all the kingdoms of
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    • elephants. We should however hardly have met in our wanderings in
    • no frontal brain and no intellect he should say to himself: I must
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    • thoughts. Should he not have this disposition, it would be useless
    • and more for ourselves, the final result would be that we should
    • their pupils to become so strong that this should prove possible, then
    • should not disregard. Let us imagine that in this life someone were to
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    • If we wish to comprehend the world in a deeper way, we should not
    • This ideal which man should attain in the distant future appears in
    • to creep into the plant world, then we should learn to know from
    • pleasure outside ourselves, we should be able, through the pleasure,
    • should provide once more an impulse leading to an understanding of all
    • first to work upon the astral body. Now feeling should also influence
    • Movement, then we should have done much. Christianity is not only
    • same solution. Nowhere should we need majority decisions, if it were
    • have only such thoughts we should already have become Chelas, occult
    • pupils; then we should have the Devachanic Plane completely within us.
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    • This developed further in the bearing of the Cross on the shoulders.
    • statues. His intention was that the power of reproduction should be
    • allow you to attain to knowledge but you should. That is the Snake.
    • man should not be completely spiritualised, divided the
    • The intention was that man should attain knowledge. This could only be
    • allowed to disappear entirely from the Earth we should win back for
    • existence, in order that man should learn to love the Earth, waiting
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    • we should see yet another Planetary condition before Saturn; if we
    • were standing on future Jupiter we should no longer see Saturn, but in
    • we should not have had the Christ-Principle. In the drops of
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    • stones is such that if we wished to seek its focus we should find it
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    • from within outwards, then we should be able to immerse ourselves
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    • it should provide oxygen for breathing.
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    • should believe that one immediately becomes an adept simply by going
    • that he should come right down onto the physical plane that the
    • wine are there as the symbol of the Fourth Race. What should develop
    • what should be eaten, these are not actually laws, but stories: You
    • should not expect the effect of substance to be other than they are.
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    • as now in the Theosophical Society a separation should once again take
    • heel, Siegfried with the exception of the spot between the shoulders.
    • the shoulder blades. This is his vulnerable spot, first made
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    • lifeless mineral, say, a rock crystal. Should the crystal be
    • homogenize or eliminate them, but an effort should be made to direct
    • We must reckon with what we have. We should see to it that the
    • a deeper interest. These things should be allowed to speak to him, to
    • have an effect upon him. They should then be withdrawn, so that the
    • qualities, as one does with the sanguine child, one should see to it
    • child. Any showing of incompetence should be avoided. The child must
    • should expose the child to legitimate external pain and suffering, so
    • capacity for experiencing pain. This is the essential thing. We should
    • The phlegmatic child should not be allowed to grow up alone. Although
    • naturally all children should have play-mates, for phlegmatics it is
    • especially important that they have them. Their playmates should have
    • soul of the phlegmatic child. We should bring into the phlegmatic's
    • Persons of a choleric temperament should purposely put themselves in
    • ridiculous. Melancholics should not close their eyes to life's pain,
    • phlegmatics, having no particular interests, then we should occupy
    • Instead of arbitrarily theorizing, we should seek an immediate
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    • We should have to be very shortsighted before we could possibly
    • observation of life should be based, and which may be put in somewhat
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    • that should serve him in life are concerned. On the other hand,
    • determined from without should remain indeterminate. With this we
    • life, and at this later time we should be able to show that these
    • man, we should see what an infinite amount depends — without it
    • practiced in this way is mischievous materialism. It should never be
    • investigation should not, and spiritual investigation will not, be in
    • sound. We should be able indeed to picture quite vividly this
    • which for man's life should not be overlooked. We dare not
    • his soul and expresses himself. In all that, indeed, we should be
    • from lack of modesty, I should like to refer to the Rosicrucian
    • understanding it. In this connection I should like to refer to an
    • should have to imagine that man experiences sadness in his soul
    • question; namely, the importance for human life that man should not
    • are inserted into the whole cosmic connection. We should be obliged
    • must be handled with caution. This should, however, make you too
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    • of an answer. Should you throw out questions at random, in a haphazard
    • obtained. Should you enquire from those who have already obtained true
    • occasions of their appearance they should be studied not only from
    • should be led into superstition. But it is very necessary to reach a
    • point is that we should learn to fathom the connection which
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    • should cease to see the stars; but he does not cease to know about
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    • planets. Today I should like to add, aphoristically at least, some of
    • But you must not think of this in a grossly material sense; it should
    • explanation of the human being. I should naturally never dream of
    • physical plant-world has its foundation in carbon — we should be
    • A point of special importance is that attention should be paid to what
    • should be shut off from everything that comes in from the
    • cosmos.” And when it is important that the cosmic forces should
    • during sleep, could not exist. We should perish between going to sleep
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    • beginning of this cycle should refer to what for several years has
    • define all this, I should say that an inner confidence, an inner
    • spiritual life, should wish to enter the souls of men if they were to
    • begin to meet with what is incomprehensible. I should like to repeat,
    • with the Eleusinian Mystery. I should never think of saying that
    • foregone conclusion that you should have before you the human figure
    • deepest gratitude, and I should like to evoke this gratitude in your
    • joy than to find someone else who is independent, shoulder to shoulder
    • be right. For there is one authority to which we should submit
    • constitute tolerance; to stress continually that one should “be
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    • necessarily follow that Faust should own that he deserves to fall
    • These are only the guiding lines that should occupy us in these
    • complete initiation it is necessary that man should not look out on
    • bring forward concrete examples, and today therefore I should like to
    • heights of initiation. It is necessary that one should bring this to
    • consciousness, that one should grasp it as an inner transformation of
    • in order that the spiritual content of the world should approach us.
    • occult view, it is obvious that one should confront without prejudice
    • should like first to arouse a feeling of how initiation is related to
    • should be known of them. Although this may sound paradoxical, it is a
    • good thing that humanity should know so little of Homer, for example,
    • not any kind of Christian prejudice, but should be stated as the
    • to understand a scale if it is said that it should be suspended from
    • to maintain that a scale should be suspended from two or more points,
    • say, “We will take no notice of the earth; why should we
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    • that at every stage of its development the human soul should
    • comprehensible that, at first, human souls should try to probe into
    • should it be assumed that human conceptions and representations hold
    • hold a lion responsible for its cruelty in the same way as we should a
    • nature requires that we should free ourselves from moral concepts so
    • astral body. While, therefore, in the case of a man, we should be
    • To avoid any misunderstanding, I should like expressly to state that
    • himself, as we should do in the physical world, but he looks at the
    • observing his surroundings. Why should this be? It is because this
    • the idea of beauty that we have in the sense world, we should call
    • help it? Seeing it thus in the world of the senses we should be quite
    • I should like now to describe the matter not theoretically but from
    • we should were we living with him, not just by making concepts about
    • should the reader carry them out, he will gain something definite for
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    • value our experience, we should become idle, dull, and achieve nothing
    • egoism should always be looked upon as harmful because in its finer
    • if it were not we should experience something resembling the effect a
    • bath of molten iron would have on a physical body. We should not be
    • the hidden depths of the soul should be drawn up while still in
    • Initiation, however, necessitates that not only should this happen,
    • not so we should lose all connection with the one and only being of
    • carried over! We should leave everything behind and yet take something
    • things that should be remembered — many things indeed in our life
    • life. We should feel the whole power of the thought that is called
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    • of the self. What you should first experience is how to estimate your
    • own moral qualities. You should perceive what moral or immoral
    • but aroma should not here be understood in the physical sense. You
    • Therefore, if you are to find your way about, this should be the kind
    • of moral or intellectual valuation to which you should submit
    • soul for spiritual space, only then should the memory arise that may
    • I once made the following experiment, and I should like to cite it
    • important that one should experience this in oneself and for oneself,
    • “Why should I bother about eternity that extends itself out in
    • teaching of religion and of anthroposophy, we should say, “Man
    • immortal and eternal.” This is how it should be expressed,
    • we are referring, should at first experience memories of a more moral
    • exercises for the first steps in initiation, he should gradually
    • That is a thing he should only experience at the higher point
    • described. It is only Christ Jesus that he may and should see at the
    • reply, “Oh yes, that may be so but these things should not be
    • but you shouldn't copy them if you want to keep away from the wiles of
    • spite of the fact that you should find Him there, you cannot do so. So
    • concentration upon one point. For today, I should like just to say
    • ‘Light-bearer’ as one of whom we should be afraid, nor is it
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    • should be evident to you that we must speak of human concepts in a
    • circumstances, each person should act whose soul is desirous of
    • in short pamphlets (a much easier affair) saying the soul should do
    • done, I should just like to point out the different ways in which the
    • aroused of this interplay of one world with another. I should like to
    • should certainly pay heed to all that is done in a serious and
    • should like especially to recommend to you, our friend, Ludwig
    • This makes it, however, particularly necessary that we should not form
    • eternity should be held fast in the inward greatness of the individual
    • done. I should like here to describe what I mean by a comparison. By
    • Ahriman should remain as invisible as possible in the physical world.
    • worlds, we change our ideas and concepts. I should like to bring
    • us that we should feel in this way. There we feel quite differently,
    • experience life thus, I should never get its full flavour.” Out
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    • demand that we should dispassionately grasp and understand what is
    • said, that we should try to penetrate it with sound human
    • special mention should be made of how something significant can
    • out of the darkness of life. Above all, mention should be made of how
    • judgement as to how we should place into human evolution the great
    • because there is need that these things should be observed with
    • always look up to the Being Who should stand forth as the central
    • should have worked on his epoch through the substance of any other
    • people, or is it conceivable that Buddha should have worked in any
    • he was placed, or should have sent his forces into them? Now let us
    • Thus, in the case of many initiates, we should find how they carry
    • with the cosmos; by means of this we should keep in view how the
    • that such an Individuality as the Christ should have brought something
    • be able physically to touch and glorify Him Who should come. The
    • to break out today in opposition to all that should come as spiritual
    • certainly necessary for those who should know something of spiritual
    • it, in face of what they should be seeing at the present time, are
    • not feel themselves bound to the truth, to distinguishing what should
    • should have been able in many spheres to experience the search for
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    • religion and the life connected with religion should give to man.
    • This means, in other words, that we should force our way into the
    • divine forces we should become a spiritual being, but this being
    • be a temptation for us. All the time we live in our body we should
    • threshold of the present horizon of our consciousness we should be in
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    • would so act upon us that we should have the impulse to cast behind
    • the far-distant future, and we should want to spiritualise ourselves
    • as we are now; we should want to become spiritual beings at the stage
    • certain sense we should say to ourselves: ‘It will be too great
    • an effort for us to become man, for to reach this goal we should have
    • with every perception we should behold this battle, if the threshold
    • opponents we should have, instead of this corpse, the result of
    • Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition within us and we should rise
    • because of this veiling we should strive towards the true ideal of
    • should recognise the full significance. Just consider! When you look
    • us. Were all that is contained in thought to enter into us, we should
    • pulsing in us; we should feel inwardly alive. I mentioned once at
    • they were alive. Were they to appear as they actually are, we should
    • should have the impulse to spiritualise ourselves with all the
    • Inspirations, etc., which enter into us, we should spiritualise
    • should misuse at the present time we shall employ in the future, when
    • would have such an appearance that we should want to ward it off, we
    • should want to turn away from it.
    • the surface, we should see before us the ‘Imagination’ of
    • the compensation we should unite ourselves with Lucifer and Ahriman,
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    • Feelings. Spiritual Science should never be taken up like other
    • sciences. It should be life-blood. The practical results of Spiritual
    • merely looking at objects and processes, we should never on the
    • Now, in order that this should be
    • possible, it is very important that we should develop our feeling and
    • thinking in the right way, that we should prepare ourselves here on
    • Whence comes such power? It is important that these questions should
    • suggest you should weigh well and consider; if rightly understood it
    • spiritual world is that we should have the impulse, the power, to
    • present cycle of time is that we should confront in the right way the
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    • soul, we should have to say that up to his death a person has lived
    • old and we should see it clearly. These elemental beings themselves
    • ideas should first be brought forward.
    • beings; of inward feeling and will we should have nothing in this
    • not bring it into our earthly consciousness, for we should then rob
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    • should like to continue from where we left off yesterday. We were
    • compensations occur also in other connections; but of course I should
    • mean that we should ever say, when on the physical plane: ‘At
    • should not be able to save ourselves from them, when we again enter
    • world. Hence no one should wonder when something relating to the
    • world are directed to this description, it should at first be felt to
    • knowledge of the spiritual world and its conditions should enter more
    • founded routine of existence and fruiting, should be so used, that it
    • existence inharmonious. Long before the Midnight Hour we should have
    • forgotten that we were an ‘I’ in our last life; we should
    • have felt connection with the spiritual world, but we should have
    • should really not forget ourselves up to the Midnight Hour of
    • should be so, so is it also with the spiritual life. The
    • the Spirit should not come to us, the Christ-impulse would be able to
    • bear us quickly over. We should not be able to make the connection
    • increasingly necessary for man that he should receive more than
    • it is necessary that man should experience during his earthly life
    • the Christ-impulse should enter into his soul as a mightier impulse,
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    • in our study-group we should occupy ourselves with the inner aspect
    • Spiritual Science this should certainly remain no mere idea, no mere
    • fact of knowledge: it should become an experience — an
    • encounter another person, we should be impelled by this experience to
    • the Feet.] This is how a genuine Spiritual Science should lead
    • indeed it should be to-day for all men: a necessity of life — a
    • necessity which should penetrate all other preoccupations.
    • it is surely piteous that men should have been brought to such a
    • undergoing in our time. To-day I should like to draw attention once
    • necessity which from our time onwards should draw forth an elemental
    • social feeling and understanding which should prevail between man and
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    • spiritual life, should unfold freely and independently
    • “limb” of the social organism we should recognise, but in
    • “State.” It is precisely on the shoulders of this
    • which should bring us into relation with super-earthly spiritual life
    • an authority which should be concerned only with the ordering of
    • economic life. If that could happen, what should we be like? We
    • should be thinking animals, nothing else. We are not thinking animals
    • of man to man. We have to ask, what our right should be. No question
    • we must continue to listen for it. We should not wish merely to read
    • again); we should listen to the living revelation that springs from
    • lost. And it is very necessary that men should ask themselves: How
    • the Mystery of Golgotha this way of thinking should have come to an
    • Jehovah should have come the recognition of Christ — the
    • Christ. But what he says concerning Christ ... why should it apply to
    • should speak in Harnack's style of the God who may equally well be
    • words. Strive rather that men should experience a rebirth of
    • idealism, that besides instinctive idealism they should achieve in
    • looking over one's shoulder and saying repeatedly: “Thou art
    • looks over our shoulder, who heightens and refines our sense of
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    • almost all the time to bells, which again should be an expression of
    • truths and living lies is something which should be deeply engraved
    • to form conceptions of how the State should be constituted and what
    • culture should be justified on its own ground, for it reflects our
    • the sense-world, and at the same time it should be a kind of remedy
    • of the human soul and prevent the achievement of what should be the
    • Just where this should prevail, we find sects springing up. These
    • life, and for which spiritual life should really come to serve as a
    • should therefore never try to organise spiritual-cultural life except
    • threefold social order, and they will themselves say how it should be
    • everything that should flow from social thinking. Only if we reflect
    • world evolution, that men should have this experience of loneliness,
    • in order that out of their loneliness of soul they should develop a
    • this is how you should organise private property as a means of
    • leads nowhere to-day. What is wanted to-day is that the spirit should
    • This is what matters to-day: that people should see things in the
    • spirit. And in spite of everything we see around us to-day, we should
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    • fundamental trend and tendency in Science, which should permeate your
    • I then said in introduction that I should mainly confine myself to
    • Scientists in our time do not reflect that they should really examine
    • towards b with a force of five grammes, I should have to
    • should be pulling the object along in such a way that it eventually
    • B' and C'; and so on. I should thus get a notion of
    • Taking my start from d, I should have to go to the outermost
    • attempt, I should have to dismember the forces; one total force would
    • have to be divided into ever smaller portions. Then I should get
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    • impossible ever to gain valid ideas of what is meant or should be
    • Nature and should be studied accordingly. To go ahead at once to what
    • we measured it we should find it is not an exact circle. It is drawn
    • more thorough study of it, we should find in it all the colours of
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    • prism, I should of course get something very like what we had
    • should get a figure of light still more drawn out than before. But it
    • would prove to be rather indistinct and dark. I should explain this
    • as follows. Catching the picture by a screen placed here, I should
    • farther in. Again I should get an image. That is to say, there would
    • facts — a space within which I should always find it possible
    • Where I should otherwise merely get the image extending from red to
    • should make it possible for such a figure to arise, — and I
    • should get a similar figure if I moved the screen farther away.
    • the angle smaller I should get it elsewhere. Now I can do the whole
    • IIIb), — the prisms meeting at the angle. I should again
    • to and fro within a certain range, I should still get the picture
    • IIIb, above and on the right) I should get violet and bluish
    • we should get with a lens of this type (thick at the edge and thin in
    • move in this way and I should have to draw the arrow in this
    • should then encounter less resistance, — so I should push it
    • thing we should encounter would be connective tissue and fatty
    • tissue. Then we should reach the first integument of the eye properly
    • senses the light we should expect it to do so more intensely at the
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    • If for example I look at anything luminous and, as we should call it,
    • at what is light; here therefore you should be seeing yellow or
    • should not hit the former and drive them from their course, is
    • asking you most thoroughly to think of; you should be able to follow
    • such, which is what one should do. Instead, and by analogy with
    • itself in the way at the very place where the yellow should be coming
    • analyzable and I should thus be admitting that darkness is more than
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    • what we should get from the Sun, (compare
    • careful experiment, it is true, we should perceive that everything
    • one with space and time. Nor should we, without more ado, ascribe to
    • external bodies what we ourselves are one with; we should only use it
    • to gain a proper idea of these external bodies. All we should say is
    • We should not say “The body moves through such and such a
    • velocity”. Nor should we say, “The body takes so much
    • are swimming in them. So too we should regard the light as an element
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    • in debt, the fourth is £50 in debt. Yet why should I take note
    • I should have no reality in mind if I were to say: There is a head,
    • as to how the ether should be vibrating: this they endeavour to
    • — or, should we rather say, within — all thus that lives
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    • I darken it to blue, an orange shadow is produced. If I should
    • Spirit, — how we should conceive them. So then the physicists
    • should be borne in mind. Today now we will go thus far; please
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    • in Nature. The spiritual should be reserved for the religious life.
    • should have the eye as one sense-organ, the ear — another. We
    • should have separated-out what is larynx-like, so to speak, for the
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    • together with a metallic discharger we should cause a spark to fly
    • two things at once, truth to tell, — two things that should
    • spark, much in the way we should be doing here, developing the
    • I cannot go into these phenomena in greater detail, but I should
    • for bodies that should call forth such modifications in a very high
    • degree — bodies that should especially transform the rays
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    • be deflected by magnetic forces, they prove akin to what we should
    • object, as we should do with light. Light throws a shadow. So do
    • angles together make 180°, breaks down. For I should then
    • is along these lines that physical science should now seek to
    • — a sense for electricity — we should perceive it too,
    • the same sphere in which — for sound — I should have no
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    • in this form should not be regarded as a desirable state; it is being
    • state of being “out of oneself” as the saying goes, should
    • other, we should simply experience on waking either an inner world
    • would be before us and we should not feel pleasure or pain; or
    • conversely, we should feel only pleasure and pain and have no
    • on waking, we were to penetrate into the physical body only, we should
    • confront outer pictures, but we should remain inwardly empty, cold and
    • should have no outer world, but only a world of feelings, surging up
    • should be able to say that the person in ecstasy may derive from his
    • emotions and feelings, we should say that something of the kind may
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    • should find that these designations were used originally for these
    • important factor of all should not be forgotten. It should at least be
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    • ourselves from within? We should see something quite different from
    • what we see in the ordinary way: we should know the intimate
    • anything from “this side”, we should be able to perceive our
    • Why should it have this effect? Because at that moment a man would
    • the lower kingdom. And man, having reached a certain height, should
    • what brings joy, I should never develop the strength of which my soul
    • should this be so?
    • — as it should be — in such a way that the concepts and
    • Nature herself must be influenced. This is how writings should be
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    • the beings of that world had not let forces stream into me, I should
    • give, only give. What should we ourselves have become if they had done
    • light. If this were not so we should not exist, nay we could not
    • should become aware how light and darkness mingle within us. Up to now
    • should; if we now try to take a hand, we may do harm, so we had
    • things through reason. Clairvoyance should not be induced in anyone
    • physical space. Hence it is of great importance that nobody should
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    • we should encounter our etheric body and perhaps also traces of our
    • higher worlds — or even shortly before — he should not
    • should entrust himself to an initiated teacher, to a Guru — the
    • grandfather, great-grandfather, and so on, we should find — if we
    • explained by his teacher as a phenomenon that should not be altogether
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    • that the strength of the, Ego-feeling, the Ego-consciousness, should
    • that they should be led to the secrets of the Macrocosm through a form
    • If we wanted to describe the World of Spirit we should have to
    • It describes the Macrocosm as it should be described. Any real
    • an eye we should perceive no light, that without an eye there would be
    • world had remained forever filled with darkness, we should have had no
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    • we should finally be quite unable to cope with life and its demands. I
    • we should be unable to cope with its demands. It is good that we are
    • to sleep we should be confronted by this imperfect being and be
    • true human knowledge. At no moment of life should it be said that
    • Now we should be unable to form any conception of the still higher
    • equipped with eyes and ears of spirit. Why, then, should it be
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    • otherwise here too we should be governed by the number twenty-eight.
    • Of what should we have to be capable if we desired to see more than
    • what has been described here? We should have to be able to hold back
    • World of Archetypal Images we should have to be able to hold back this
    • apparatus in the way in which the man of today can and should do this.
    • It comes about by picturing the Rose-Cross. How should we proceed in
    • follow the indications given by the teacher as we should do in the
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    • reasons connected with the evolution of humanity should now be
    • worlds. I should now like to continue describing things more from the
    • a stage of evolution entirely devoid of intellect we should have to go
    • consciousness that the pupil must possess. This should always be kept
    • should be made possible, in order that he should one day be able to
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    • to give the stimulus for something which can and should well forth of
    • But because we human beings are dependent upon one another, we should
    • realm. Spiritual Science should be a stimulus to a common search for
    • what we should be as human beings if we had not succeeded in
    • of revelations of the spiritual in the physical; it should be
    • should be given only when the knower is filled with reverence, with
    • into the heart, it is natural that they should flow through our
    • Every course of lectures should not only enrich our souls with
    • should come from Spiritual Science.
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    • spirit should exist alongside natural science. But,
    • body should be divided into body and soul, we are doing the
    • acquire a subtle feeling that we should not proceed
    • into spiritual spheres and which should be imagined as already
    • one to say something about the spiritual world, that it should
    • should not hesitate to speak about these real, concrete,
    • says. And we should not believe that the scientist of spirit
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    • particular, we should call them
    • today will perhaps be justified, and should be self-
    • categories. We should imagine for once how we should deal with
    • everything were individual. And we should imagine what human
    • We know that dreams should only be handled as a matter of
    • only they should not be induced. If they appear
    • rests his hand upon the shoulder of a friend, in another his
    • us, a series of chances or coincidences we should only be the
    • it, it appears easy, almost trivial. Should it be undertaken,
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    • ordinary science we should be able to produce intellectual
    • should really be explained by those who face such facts on the
    • — and these should be images which
    • are not able to arise out of the unconscious, nor should
    • they be reminiscences of life, but they should be images which
    • what has been won in this way should also regard
    • actions should be directed by the world. Then they can act as
    • free human beings in the sense that they do what should be done
    • bring down into daily life a divine world which should only be
    • increasing glory. One should therefore always think about
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    • knowledge, how should he, when he is again incarnated, remember that
    • impression made upon you by what has been said should lead to any
    • meditation is not yet as it should be. It is quite natural that in
    • meditation we should, to begin with, use the kind of thinking to
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    • Mystery of Golgotha should not be regarded as an event quite separate
    • as Christ should be able to pass through death, He must first have
    • will could never have experienced death, should have descended to the
    • — will come into its own. This should fill our hearts with deep
    • be given and for these our minds must be kept open. Should we not be
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    • they insisted that each one should faithfully and diligently perform
    • church administration. The pope, they thought, should be subordinated
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    • point where I concluded yesterday. Cusanus looked upon what should
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    • would have said that infinitesimal calculus should never have been
    • respect can only do grave harm to anthroposophy and should be
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    • concerning the nature of matter; whether it should be thought of as
    • being continuous or discrete; in other words, whether one should
    • It is hardly surprising that uncertainty should result from an age
    • to this day realized that it should admit it since atomism harmonizes
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    • can only be experienced outside the body. We should not be told that
    • that carries us to the sound that we hear. Instead, we should be told
    • tell him he is doing something wrong and should leave the water
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    • inward experiencing one's physical body — we should begin
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    • in man himself. The explanations of the last few lectures should make
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    • description of how the work should proceed, because a genuine
    • spirit of anthroposophy should take up these facts and contribute
    • that need only be utilize — and that is the point: they should
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    • should become acquainted with the effect on methods of entering into
    • cannot proceed as rapidly as we should in getting people to consider
    • should be unaware of gravity. To speak of gravity would cease to have
    • that our research institute should deal. To our ordinary
    • thermometer, hygrometers, etc., we should add other instruments
    • would think these are properly the sort of thing that should belong to
    • The attempt should be made to extend the experimental in the manner
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    • though I should say the following: we can imagine in the cosmos heat
    • the tone, and not constituting the tone itself. And we should conceive
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    • It is essential for us to determine what we should place here when we
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    • similar to a vortex. But in this vortex you should see simply in
    • that we should have heat effects at one end of the spectrum and
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    • our terrestrial music. Music should never be so conceived that we
    • in molecular forces and attractions. We should conceive of these
    • we do not realize that we should look into the outer world, that is
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    • transformed into a process of observation. Modern western man should
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    • initiate knowledge should disappear for a few centuries, and that man
    • should turn his attention to the outer world of the senses in which
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    • Anybody criticizing Anthroposophy from the outside should take note of
    • did not imagine we should not think. The conscious thoughts of
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    • renewed Christian Religious knowledge should introduce once more from
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    • If the entry is as it should be, the etheric body and the physical body
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    • been completed. It is important that this should be known. Hence,
    • come when a true art of education should influence the training of the
    • the child's memory should be worked upon by nature in order that then,
    • at as early an age as possible, should be abandoned. From the seventh
    • then should the power of judgment begin to be exercised. The earlier
    • speech a long time before he is able to speak himself. He should therefore
    • should first be developed about the time when what flows from the etheric
    • means for working on the astral body. Ideation, mental pictures, should
    • astral body, and only then should the power of judgment be developed.
    • age. In the period until puberty they should learn to revere the great
    • and twenty-first years should the power of judgment come to maturity.
    • Theosophy should teach us that wisdom must pass into deed, into social deed
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    • that should have been habitable down below was often hardened, crusted,
    • time when the majority of these beings who should normally have incarnated
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    • was exposed to all the influences that should have been worked out on
    • Paradise was due to the influence of the gods. You should therefore
    • epoch one should no longer speak of races but of civilizations,
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    • in this glorious evolution should fill us with happiness and vigor.
    • should riot be abstractions; the right feelings and perceptive experiences
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    • I should like to ask you, by means of the example of a great
    • learn these truths should first make themselves worthy of them. This
    • through Spiritual Alchemy, — that it is with which man should
    • unite himself, that it is with which man should unite his will. Human
    • that mankind should be filled with the “Stirb und werde”
    • sacrifice itself completely. Not only should it lead men over the
    • it should be ready to form the bridge from one side to the other; so
    • should be able to cross backwards and forwards at any time. The
    • development. Man should not be led away from everyday life,
    • but should purify the everyday civilization. In the world man is
    • tribute to the passions. For from whence should the actual driving
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    • have undergone Katharsis, so that he should no longer reach Wisdom
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    • Christians, therefore, should not see in the Christmas festival
    • on today should be understood in the sense in which Christ has spoken,
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    • Those who are here for the first time should take this into
    • sees should not be limited only to these external physical bodies, but
    • he should perceive them as the external bodies of spiritual beings.
    • rhythm and were the great examples that should be followed.
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    • to know should not merely know what has taken place during thousands
  • Title: Lecture 1: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • understanding. We should not believe that we can acquire a spiritual
    • sort of pride. Rather should we make it clear to ourselves how we can
    • existence; I should like first to give you the dry facts which offer
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    • spirits of the water, and at another the spirits of the air should
    • earth on its axis. It is extremely important that one should be aware
    • the man should not if possible allow his ego to sleep when his astral
    • esoteric development precautions are taken that this should not occur.
    • stimulated to clairvoyance, should retain two things in the whole
    • development it is specially important that everything should be so
    • adjusted that two things that man has in ordinary life should not be
    • them. First, he should not lose the recollection of any of the events
    • should take them more seriously — if we retain these two
    • that we should feel ourselves as belonging to the whole of our planet.
    • the world perceptible to our senses, we should be able to interpret
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    • understand this. Suppose a man so lived that should he desire to live
    • with water should he only half-full. Suppose you observe these two
    • complex a thing that no man should have the arrogance to attempt to
    • shall learn more in the following lectures, we should find more and
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    • should appear as a wonderful mystery to anyone, that he can, as it
    • Second Hierarchy. It is necessary that we should form a clear idea of
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    • in other human beings or in the higher animals, as that we should
    • up a conception of what is inexpressible, and should be veiled in holy
    • therefore say: “In the seventh place we should have to put the
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    • should understand that the spirits of the Third Hierarchy which had
    • Thus they, as it were, stole what should only have filled them, and
    • explanation of events in the cosmos, without which we should be quite
    • from the side, we should if we had the Sun at (S1) have to
    • sloping lines). Looked at from the side, we should have to draw
    • in the Sun, where they form a sort of college; and we should have
    • omitted which should hold good in all natural science. How often are
    • planetary system is however that the teacher should stand there and
    • heavenly bodies. This should be the answer to those who would believe
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    • have come into being. I should now like, before proceeding further
    • successive evolution of humanity — we should then gain a very
    • definite impression; we should have a very definite occult experience.
    • out-poured astral substance. If we should only investigate all the
    • should find an enormous mass of harmful, astral substances in a
    • concluding this lecture I should like to give you an idea of how this
    • existence in the meantime. The Anthroposophist should be able to
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    • nevertheless able to know what exists there. I should now like to call
    • something which should not take place as it shows itself there, if our
    • individual planets. This is the first thing I should like to say about
    • those who reflect more closely it should be clear that in ancient
    • writings it was the custom to speak accurately. I should like (in
    • it was a question of something very special, something we should now
    • a meaning for the inner relations of the forces of animals. I should
    • plants, just like the group-egos of the animals; but in vain should we
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    • our earth, we should not actually have the multiplicity in the animal
    • kingdom we now have, we should only have seven principal forms. Once
    • is made, we should not forget that what was demanded of the western
    • the West should be blamed by other religions for intolerance in
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    • fixed star Luciferic Beings should work, who resist the mere substance
    • forces should work from the moon (which occult vision perceives as
    • system. I should like at least to indicate that in reality a comet is
    • evolution, we should have seen that in his orbit he had a sort of
    • In this sense I should like now, at the end of our course of lectures,
    • With these words, my dear friends, which should gather up the whole
    • feeling, I should like at their close to take farewell of you all.
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    • second chapter of Genesis should actually read, “The following will
    • essential that he should make clear to his people how their egohood
    • a nation of priests. Everyone should feel a spark of the Jehovah God
    • within himself, should have a direct relationship to Him. No longer
    • he should let it be as a warning to himself: “I shall acknowledge the
    • the seventh, and man in his creating should follow. In the third
    • weakens the strength that should flow into his ego. Likewise does he,
    • weak. It is the same in the tenth Commandment should a man look with
    • nature of the consciousness that should flow into the people.
    • Commandments were given them so that they should become capable with
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    • spiritual beings.” Now men should find the strength within their own
    • now, when man with his more advanced faculties should be able to
    • who belong to other religions, yet they should endeavor to accept this
    • Anthroposophy should help us above all in this. It will lead us into
    • Not in a dreamy way but in full consciousness should man enter this
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    • understanding of the mission of the Earth, for that which should
    • his gaze to the spirits of the sun, of something which should flow
    • Therefore it is impossible that Christ should show himself in a way
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    • possibility should come to light for every man, through a deepening of
    • initiation there belongs a certain preparation, as should be
    • Let us take the opposite case: That an adherent of Buddhism should
    • of this death, which we call the Mystery of Golgotha, is what should
    • that the animal, which does not reincarnate, should suffer, should
    • bear pain, and even, in the case of the higher animals, should go
    • through death with a certain consciousness. Should no Karmic
    • the divine Father-world, sent down the Christ in order that he should
    • initiation should, according to its whole nature, work impersonally.
    • Everything personal should be excluded therefrom; for the personal has
    • initiation, should flow into humanity. In ancient times one could
    • pointed to the founders of religions who should come later; in the
    • and dignity, reply to one who should speak to him of a Christ
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    • where the real rules of the Order should be fulfilled, a true
    • could grasp various things, because things should be considered
    • spiritual-scientifically striving person should learn from this
    • lit up in the future of what Anthroposophists should be
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    • rightly into intercourse with human beings. Just think what we should
    • be if we were not thinking beings, what we should be as human beings
    • language, what should we be as human beings in mutual association if
    • What is important, however, is that we should enter during the
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    • taking a glass of water to himself should believe that the water comes
    • death. And the ancient idea, I should like to say, of the state of
    • accident, all anthroposophical books and other writings should
    • photograph was brought to him taken in profile, and if he should say:
    • I should like to call your attention to something very interesting,
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    • should not know what date to put on the letter. I should have been
    • you round the Law Courts in London, I should, as a barrister, have to
    • that a man should have a sound will and a sound heart so that he can
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    • for instance: Through education the young should gradually be brought
    • so that human beings should be truly young and how, in youth, they
    • usual cry is: “We should have this program in education”
    • What should we make out of the child? How should we inculcate this or
    • and sincere should ask themselves: “How can we find the
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    • obliged to be always awake we should very soon become old-at least by
    • method should be discovered for cramming into babies all that is
    • evident to the soul. You should only see it! — well, you will
    • spirituality of Nature, you should see what a ghastly, shrunken
    • whereas what really matters is that experience of the Spirit should
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    • equal vigor, science declared should be forever silenced.
    • should be capable of unfolding an entirely new human feeling. We only
    • us that we should develop a new feeling for him as a human being. If
    • should be like this or like that — then we are being unjust to
    • should read who wants to know about the thought of the last third of
    • for this or that ideal and I rejoice that others too should be
    • it. I should be sorry, but I still think it right to say it. I cannot
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    • of the world, should lead to the founding of the moral life of the
    • the thinking in it, too, should take a peaceful course so that all
    • one's head, and that, people say, is not as it should be. At
    • to open one's mouth while others were saying that nothing should be
    • said — the powers which ordained that one should be stopped
    • should consider it a matter of course that the thinking which reached
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    • looks at his epoch, he should not only bear in mind the generation
    • ancient times, has said should be carried on into the future. It
    • the divine-spiritual Powers — and for whom we should be the
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    • like this should just try how they can make school all joy for the
    • to say what should be given to the child. But childhood can be
    • that we should also in our life of soul be made tired by certain
    • things — that is to say, things should create a responsive
    • almost incredible that anybody should be regarded as a kind of
    • experience. To give this concrete expression I should have to say:
    • is wanting to teach me something that he has first to read. I should
    • what should have carried one through life, and consequently could not
    • I should like to turn your mind's eye to a constitution of the
    • it is not correct. It is part of life that man should be permeated in
    • young should suffer from having been educated by the old so that they
    • in the next few days. I should like to give you a graphic description
    • and younger human beings — finally mere infants. We should then
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    • something warmer, more saturated with substance should be found. This
    • should ask the older generations: Can we discover the Spiritual in
    • towards an inner activity of the soul. I should like to preface what
    • what I should like to call modern clairvoyance ceases to be anything
    • miraculous. That this clairvoyance should still appear as something
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    • were being prepared for trades. We should not find much difference.
    • all necessary to justify the claim that the young should believe in
    • that one should be taken seriously; for this was the basis upon which
    • before there was any wish to impart knowledge the young should be
    • was so arranged that the pupils should feel the ability of their
    • teachers, that they should feel their teachers capable of speaking
    • it was a natural demand on the teacher that he should first let the
    • earthly existence. But the child should not come to a more and more
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    • of Greek culture, we should bear in mind that the Greeks were still
    • of my own nature I could not previously have done, just as I should
    • evolution of humanity; we should be clear about the following
    • association of the ideas of individuals. But one should be able to
    • should be so that out of the inner life of soul one comes to a second
    • cleverer than the teacher — one asks: Why should I be bothered
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    • their stomach should be less capable of tasting than the palate —
    • different person. It is the ideal of science that everyone should be
    • artistically, and this should be so. True, one does not come to the
    • genius to be able to learn all he should be able to learn. You will
    • The teacher should see to it that the troublesome elements are got
    • can do is to see to it that the human being, as he grows up, should
    • an artistic way. And even if the rare thing should happen that as
    • should not say this, but in spite of your youth movement you are old
    • must also be brought into our education; we should be able to
    • one-sided answer; and secondly, the child should be educated for the
    • concepts and cherish the notion that they should remain unchanged for
    • child. We should educate the child so that all his concepts are
    • people that is their only essential fact. How else should they know
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    • so, we should be understanding only the old again. We must learn to
    • we should find that fully grown men actually confronted one another
    • imagination to extend our own climatic conditions we should have to
    • being an age of transition. For I should like to know which age is
    • who want to find their way livingly into the twentieth century should
    • said; and imagine someone comes along and says that this should not
    • should be approached. It is the same with books on good breeding.
    • being a teacher. For we should really get the feeling that we are
    • into what it should be. And they have spoken about the aim of the
    • said that the State should be an institution which gives over the
    • there should be no need to talk or think about it as much as is done
    • should happen to anyone what happened to me. A friend had scales by
    • down rules as to how much food should be taken into the stomach, and
    • should have forces of growth within us. What we have in us as a child
    • clever. I do not say that it should make him empty of thought. But in
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    • something we can learn. We should receive it as something with which
    • its life only from the dragon. We should have the feeling that in
    • lectures were actually meant. Their aim was that you should not
    • over it. What I should prefer is for you to have something in your
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    • IN THIS course of lectures I should like to describe the relationship
    • way what we should feel as the Divine if we do not enter upon this
    • human longing for the realm of Lucifer; this is what you should
    • conception; let's get rid of him. We should then be behaving like
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    • how the Old Testament came into existence, but I should like to point
    • point is that one should indicate clearly of what the transition of a
    • This knowledge which should make its way among human beings much
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    • to be placed before mankind to which it should have only super-sensible
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    • of last week I should like today to prepare the ground for what I
    • Golgotha. It is well that we should realize what it was that took
    • of mankind as of an organism, as I have just indicated, should not be
    • do with philosophy, but philosophers should grasp such matters, yet
    • significant that we should make this fact clear to ourselves. For, you
    • states should refer to the Christ. What he states refers to the
    • no need at all that he should refer to the Christ with what he states.
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    • beings of whom I spoke yesterday — I should like to call them the
    • tale, the documents concerning it exist): Such a railroad should not
    • would become nervously ill. And they added: Should there be such
    • to enter Earth evolution really should enter and not be
    • quotations I read to you recently where it was said that people should
    • deeply true, namely, that it is necessary that we should grasp the
    • overlook trifles, but that we should also consider the small impulses
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    • evolution and progress of human life these ideas should become a
    • has brought about such great catastrophes. In regard to this I should
    • facts are actually true. I should like to give you an example of this:
    • morning one should remain quiet for a moment and refrain from looking
    • impulses. We should pay special attention to this in our time. For, my
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    • through a quite definite spiritual event which I should like to
    • materialism of our time, we should be constantly aware of the fact
    • out how the world should develop in a certain field; this can be
    • proceed from the assumption that ghosts instead of men should make
    • This is part of the background of historical development. I should
    • who, in keeping with their views, should call Socrates an idiot, too,
    • I do not need to say, my dear friends, that you should not go out now
    • compromises. Human beings should not make compromises, at least not
    • one should do! One should open one's eyes! One's spiritual eyes, to be
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    • is important that psychological questions should be handled
    • should be striving to carry over the matter into pedagogy. We
    • American. The trouble had taken too strong a hold; it should
    • attention necessary to perceive them. We should naturally
    • awaits him should it again occur to him to hold his neighbor
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    • after crossing the threshold into the spiritual world, I should
    • the ego is not working as it should, thinking slides into the
    • should this be? Consider the fact that thinking slips down into
    • But a theory should not crumble when turned upon itself. Just
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    • We should be able to understand many a man in his thirties,
    • forties, or fifties, should know why he has this or that
    • discomfort. We should understand a great deal if we were to
    • follow the life of such a man back into childhood. We should be
    • accordance with certain abilities this or that should have
    • what they should be: schools to lead men into spheres of
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    • us should be a more or less serious mutilation it would
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    • which should form the head only in the next incarnation, there
    • normally to have in consciousness should be pictures only, they
    • must not contain a formative force, and should not coerce us.
    • During earth life they must not overwhelm us; they should use
    • of the general hallucinatory life, which should extend from the
    • and he was furious about the idea that the heart should not be
    • I had not started with 72, but somewhat lower, I should have
    • and I should like to close these considerations by
    • be investigated by geologists. We should seek them among the
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    • descent of man into the physical world. But by no means should things
    • with all the fruits of the physical world. And Anthroposophy should be
    • movement which is called the anthroposophical movement, which should
    • movement should serve to this end, that human beings become
    • how they remember. Anthroposophical development should give
    • should not say “you,” but, my brain loves your brain. People
    • understanding for what is here essential. One should not decide,
    • etheric or life-body. Whereas a person should exert himself to come to
    • That is what I should like to call the most material way of thinking
    • certain group, from which they will be directed as to how they should
    • So we should regard the anthroposophical movement, the spiritual life,
    • that what was valid as ideas for earlier times should also hold for
    • of rounds, globes, races, etc., should always revolve again. It is a
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    • merely because the material and content of the Gospels should be
    • If we will understand how Zarathustrianism flowed in, then we should
    • now the external laws which rule the world should reveal themselves
    • should be won through external observation. For this, heredity had to
    • harmonious relationships of number, so should the generations also be
    • generations should carry laws in themselves, like the starry laws in
    • should run: Thy descendants shall be arranged regularly in the blood
    • the younger son with Esau. We should thereby be shown that the old
    • through Jacob is implanted what should live on as external
    • interpret the world through them; that is the faculty which should not
    • should be shown how it gradually developed from generation to
    • event in humanity. An idea should be awakened of how deeply this event
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    • Christ-Principle should incarnate for three years.
    • look into many things which should be imparted to us through the
    • soul should in a certain way be made obvious in the words of speech.
    • old Hebraic temple-speech, we should find quite another method of
    • Speech only expresses now pedantry, fundamentally. How should this be
    • why should not forms exist there which one can have on tap and retail
    • which one felt the responsibility that GOD should speak from out of
    • sound to us, for instance, in the gospels. Why should the man of today
    • Isaiah points to that great, mighty event, which should be the most
    • astral body similar to the way one should later see and know through
    • go before, and announce before, that which should live in Jesus of
    • really should become through the reception of the Christ-Impulse
    • only later has to become. And so, at this place, there should be said:
    • angel before thee, to whom the egoity should be given.”
    • which is the ego, sends its angel before thee, who should give thee
    • that one should have been able to say: An ancient human being at the
    • time of Christ should have well understood when one pointed to John
    • the present should be sincere, and say of the words at the beginning
    • was written anew. And anthroposophy should teach men how necessary it
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    • should like to take some of those subjects we have had here
    • by way of preparation, I Should like to point to a few
    • Now, I should like to-day, to take a personality out of the
    • your inner being, then the other pole of this courage should be
    • should not be imparted to the world, because the world is not
    • should be attained in the corresponding way by the humanity on
    • experience inwardly, a reality. Of course we should not be the
    • human being we are and that we should be, if we experienced our
    • world. We should never become free. There could be no question
    • of freedom; we should not even be personalities, we should
    • experience should be regarded by man as leading to a
    • world-conception. He should explain himself in the same way as
    • to their veneration. Other days should then be devoted to the
    • should like it to have a place in your souls. We shall then
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    • themselves with our spirit and soul. Normally this should not
    • be the case. It should be normal for a man to-day when awake,
    • should be like a hammer which one takes in ones hand and gives
    • blows with it; so should we regard our physical and etheric
    • stronger than they should be in the normal evolution of
    • should consist in this — of elevating, of raising that
    • mir,” “Christ in me,” man should be brought
    • that there are reasons why men should experience this Duality
    • that man should at the present time, have this
    • the administration of the Church that it should be an image of
    • the physical world, there should also stand as a copy of the
    • endeavoured to establish such organisations as should cause the
    • abstract concepts. The Divine Ordering, which should have its
    • was a copy so that order should be maintained on earth; one
    • of truth at the present day, in the case of war. We should not
    • under the surface; and, starting from this, I should like to
    • should be striven for as an ideal) consists in the greatest
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    • To-day I should like to speak about a very important myth, also Greek,
    • on I should like to preface what I have to say by a few more theoretic
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    • bathed in the blood of the dragon and is vulnerable in the shoulder.
    • shoulders, in the very place where the Cross will have to be borne. He
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    • Since there are some newcomers present to-day, I should like briefly
    • should like to speak of one in particular of those sagas which are
    • Before I begin to speak about this saga, I should like to refer to
    • According to this plan, the guidance of this fifth root-race should
    • this are terribly afraid lest the initiates should in some way,
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    • clarity. If you should now ask about the meaning of such things, then
    • he should picture space as dark, shutting out all light either by the
    • darkness of night or by closing his eyes. Then he should try
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    • what it means that a vessel through which man should be rescued has
    • God that should express or mean this or that. Something much deeper
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    • should not believe, however, that anything is to be gained by
    • this absorption should rightfully come about, and it will be far more
    • can reflect on the number three. We should not take off and spin
    • young people out into life early is harmful; the fifth period should
    • should not think of Oneness simply as One, but as parts that we add
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    • your shoulders today. It would sound grotesque, indeed, were you to
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    • should be acquainted with the fundamental conceptions of
    • this very subtle question should be rightly understood. A fanatic can
    • would have seen as little of what our sight sees to-day, as we should
    • primeval wisdom, (in order that humanity should not lose all touch
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    • ever rise into a higher. But, so that order should exist, other
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    • might have happened. We should then never have had the Sun, Moon, and
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    • should take on form from his surroundings, (for the eggs that were
    • Spirit-man or Atma. So he should be a seven-membered man when he had
    • I should like once more to describe these Archangels, in a simple, I
    • order that the Archangels should have the opportunity of extending
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    • and which the Cherubim had pondered over, should be transformed into
    • should one not see that there was once upon a time a gigantic cosmic
    • Universe, should have duration, so long as it is needed, that it
    • should not be destroyed again at once. These Powers or Spirits of
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    • whose care it is to see that the whole of humanity should be led from
    • describes this world system one certainly should turn people's
    • Neptune should move with their moons as the other moons move around
    • draw the Zodiac in the way we characterised it yesterday, we should
    • thought that I should draw Mercury in the vicinity of the Sun, and
    • it did so in order that man should develop in the right way. If the
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    • should like to make an observation to-day at the beginning of this
    • Now, as I have said, I should like to put the thing before you
    • applies to man only. It is important that we should not generalise,
    • held necessary that large masses of people should be led from one
    • that Archangels, spirits of astronomical Mercury, should act upon the
    • It is important that one should know that there were men in ancient
    • should look into this wonderful complexity of the human nature. Many
    • The student should avoid making hard and fast rules. There is much
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    • yesterday, numerous questions should arise, and that with regard to
    • Cosmos, heard for the first time, some things should remain
    • really all, that out of originally helpless creatures beings should
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    • rise beyond the Seraphim, we should get into the realm of
    • error and of evil with the object that he should also have the
    • sufficient that the Christ should be present in the man's
    • leaders protect humanity as far as it is necessary so that it should
    • given ‘adverse-commands’ in order that evolution should
    • that all true spiritual knowledge should be a concrete true
    • science should itself give a direct presentation of the Cosmos and of
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    • was necessary for the progress of humanity that darkness should reign
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    • destructive in the world. And this should enable us to see that the
    • become strangers upon earth, for then we should act from egoism and
    • preparation of which we have spoken; what should we be when, outside
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    • certain inner voices demanding that we should set right any wrong we
    • vague feeling that an injustice should be righted; the soul is uneasy
    • when He should unite Himself with the earth. The wisdom of all egos
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    • pre-Christian times. Now it is understandable that such things should
    • students of spiritual science should make such statements. And why?
    • I have said here in general terms I should like to illustrate by an
    • must be taken quite seriously, and the instance given should
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    • of humanity should pass from old Atlantis over the regions of Europe
    • and Africa into Asia, and that everything should develop, as it were,
    • life, as we know it, it is essential that something else should
    • was necessary that these streams of civilisation should develop
    • should get to know the spiritual world by both paths, he realises
    • care was taken that no unprepared human being should meet these
    • that the outer body should be a worthy vessel for spirituality of the
    • intellectual and spiritual a force as should bring it to the highest
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    • should not of course be imagined that these spirits were composed
    • should mention of course that at all times there have existed
    • soul, they should not forget that everything in the world has
    • Lucifer's kingdom be cast upon the Gospels. Spiritual science should
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    • divine spiritual being shortly to appear on earth, should be manifest
    • soul in order that men should be able to understand their future
    • of his sympathies and antipathies. If he should strike you, you would
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    • are concerned, it is natural that man in his further evolution should
    • is very important to realise that we should never try to encompass
    • variations. We should then see that when at times mention is made of
    • so organised that right thoughts coalesced of themselves, we should
    • should not be satisfied with the mere letter, but should penetrate
    • Gospel according to St. John. It is natural that he should say: ‘It
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    • seven and twelve should, in the first place, be one which apart from
    • order that understanding and wisdom should again grow greater and
    • assembly? (It should be remembered that such an event can only be
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • clairvoyant consciousness, and it is natural that a desire should
    • First, I should like to make clear through a comparison
    • what should be understood by the term anthroposophy. If we wish to
    • written that such revelations from the summit should come to a close,
    • that they should no longer be open to the ordinary means of
    • attitude. It is inevitable that science should spread errors, because
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    • conscious, that each hand should feel the other, they must touch each
    • should have a burning sensation; as a matter of fact, that is exactly
    • ego). As the vowel sounds are so important it should be kept in mind
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    • serve, but the reader should understand that its application is not
    • visualizations or conceptions, we should keep in mind our premise
    • but it should be understood that only the meaning it has, for
    • should be understood as meaning that it operates in a current upward
    • should be designated as the sentient body in the narrower sense.
    • believe in it; in fact, I should be a perfect fool not to believe in
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    • should have a voice in its activity. The meeting of the intellectual
    • things accessible to the senses we should never forget that they are
    • necessary not only that an outer perception should penetrate, but
    • that a certain current within him should flow in the same direction
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    • It will seem strange to you that I should be so prolix
    • manifold combinations of these two elements. We should misconstrue
    • case I should have been guilty of omitting to name something that
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • yesterday's lecture. Should any of you have picked up his Goethe
    • sensation — one that should underlie this lecture cycle. It is
    • could not even spell correctly, hence it should be permissible to
    • piling up against it. It is important that you should learn to know
    • the soul in its true being as a sort of inner realm. You should
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: III. At the Portals of the Senses.
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    • Lest even the nobler sort should find their barking folly
    • Stir him to wroth even with the holiest, — lest it should be
    • Of Godhead, which — though all the world should fall —
    • we should have to represent it graphically by showing the flood
    • should stray into thought processes like Schopenhauer's.
    • should find these two currents striving for decisions and
    • which the soul is bound up. Desires that remain should be sharply
    • Naturally this is not a recommendation that we should
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: IV. Consciousness and the Soul Life.
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    • certain moment the brain arrangement should be illuminated by
    • I should like to ask how many people bemoan something
    • should choose curious names, as is customary. For example, I could
    • matters, yet I should here like to select names that will recall to
    • It should be noted here that the child, when it is
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    • thinker, in setting out to describe the soul life, should have
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • Anthroposophists should feel ever more strongly that their world view
    • reason why we should take account of it, as it does not manifest
    • parable, something that really should be thoroughly presented in a
    • should not proceed from some obvious, glaring error, but that two
    • do away with those forces. That is the point that should be
    • unthinkable that after death he should pass to an imperfect state.
    • as I should like to point out to you in the works (1889) of the
    • the satisfaction of a lofty creative urge, as one would assume should
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    • will bear this purely arbitrary device in mind he should not be
    • our soul life as organized in this way, we should have to observe
    • context? It is that we should be able, so to speak, to form a valid
    • we would be aware of it. We should have to have something that we
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • natural that in making this transition we should focus our attention
    • our own soul and spirit, that we should, so to speak, first of all
    • purgatory, a prison, a dungeon?” “Should one,” asks
    • making faces, but that sort of thing should really not be allowed to
    • as one should depends largely upon having previously developed
    • really should not possess. We are naturally not concerned here with
    • last extremity should we engage, as is rather commonly done by
    • does not progress, which by rights a man should answer himself, is
    • obvious. He should refrain from all criticism of others except when
    • outer necessity demands it. Above all, he should never forget what
    • really should be in one life, but what he cannot be for inner —
    • that we should long for reincarnation in order to be able to correct
    • further what little remains to be said, I should like to remind you
    • all that is given him in this incarnation, it should not seem
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    • looks up to the Sun, or to the Moon, he should not only see external
    • bodies in the heavens, but in Sun, Moon and Earth he should see the
    • is revelation, not ‘glory’ in the sense of ‘honour.’ Therefore we should
    • should rediscover these things. Sun myths have been sought for and
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    • Nay then, the sun shall bide behind my shoulders!
    • higher Self within them, or, as we should say in our time, those who
    • This should resound and the spiritual Light ray forth from the
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    • all around them were reflected in their souls, should receive
    • Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed. (And this taxing
    • that she should be delivered.
    • And our souls must submit to this because it is right that we should
    • Does it not cut to the very heart that we ourselves should be living
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    • That the revelation should have been from two sides is entirely in
    • necessary that humanity should pass through this phase. When our
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    • Christianity should share in its most precious experience, namely, an
    • say, should we trouble about whence we have come? Out of their egotism
    • understanding, too, of the unifying peace that should hover over the
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ Within Us
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    • veil should be drawn over the great Event, because men were no longer
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    • her evolution should have produced a human body with a particular sort
    • he should or should not do a certain thing, he says that a kind of
    • necessary that Buddha should already have developed the spiritual
    • Graeco-Latin period, he should descend again — that he should
    • of civilisation, should have had to incarnate again in a form in which
    • meantime it is necessary that they should learn that the Christ-Being
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    • should continually enter in greater detail into the questions and
    • point in question is not merely that one should acquire the conviction
    • Science can teach us. That is why it is a good thing that we should
    • lives when it is possible so to do, we should find the finest
    • serves to show that we should not only look as far as the end of our
    • noses but should survey longer periods of time, and that it is not
    • materialistic thinking. I should like to illustrate this by an
    • world, devachanic world, and so on. Why should everything be so split
    • but that one should speak of the spiritual world in general
    • terms. — Why should it be divided into classes?
    • It is of immense importance that Anthroposophy should become aware of
    • For instance, it is extremely important that we should know the karmic
    • is good for a child we must not force him to eat it, but should try so
    • should regard themselves as pioneers for Anthroposophy as a means of
    • We cannot hope that this should come about from one day to the next.
    • point is, not that we should know a few single abstract thoughts, but
    • that we should study the life-truths of Anthroposophy in the details
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    • sufficient. I will show thee how these Commandments should sound if
    • The wish that others should have the same as we have is lacking.
    • should again see Christ in the flesh, as a physically incarnated man;
    • nor is it necessary that they should. For Christ will not return in
    • might tend to prevent men from understanding what should be
    • spiritually comprehended. What should really be grasped in the spirit
    • nothing of it should remain, they would not know that this event is
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    • Hebrew people, in all its details. This necessitates that we should
    • however, an impulse had to be given to mankind which should to some
    • his ego — ‘mediumistically’ as we should say to-day
    • recommend that sorrow should be endured, but that it should be thrown
    • Christ-Impulse should stand firm on the basis thereof, quite permeated
    • will then be wrongly understood and so be crushed. Should that occur,
    • never was an historical Jesus-Christ. This should be comprehensible to
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • striven for was that man should come out of himself, and expand into
    • the ages preceding that of Lemuria we should only find unity of sex.
    • we should take every one of the thoughts given us by Spiritual Science
    • we should try to learn what refers to the other side of it.
    • — the value of which, in its significance to man should be
    • different form from that which we should have seen if it had but
    • rather should we look upon it as all the more significant that there
    • order that thought should descend more and more into materiality. With
    • Spiritual substance which the human Ego should draw from the universe
    • these signs, and notice should be taken of it. For a mighty ascending
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    • the soul should in the course of its development from one incarnation
    • to another, acquire ever-new capacities and forces; that it should
    • have a history of its own; that its earth-existence should be a time
    • that it should continue to live in the human soul in all the ages yet
    • in our souls, we should now lack what we need for our present life!
    • appears atavistically, and only in abnormal cases. No blame should
    • simple way possible, we should never arrive at an understanding of
    • Asia and Africa who could wait with their ego until there should have
    • parts of the earth, so that each epoch of development should find what
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    • one taken from our knowledge of the Spiritual world and which should
    • the future. On such a day as this it is seemly that we should in a
    • theosophical life, and should instead go through a sort of
    • lead us to a sort of prevision of what this movement should become in
    • the future, and what we should do, and avoid doing.
    • way should we view the Theosophical movement if we understand it
    • super-sensible worlds in order that the soul-life of man should be
    • new kinds of truths? Why should there be constantly new knowledge and
    • philosophical side of science should assert that there is no historic
    • considered as a purely Spiritual Being, should have been present in a
    • possibility should be given of understanding the historic Jesus in a
    • and historically? It is necessary that people should learn that Christ
    • that such a book as The Christ Myth should contain certain
    • arose in the course of the nineteenth century, that there should flow
    • possibility should be given to humanity — on the other hand the
    • itself. Some years after, if it should transpire that this person's
    • by the person. Especially should that be our attitude in the
    • if it should become an instrument for the understanding of
    • Christianity we should then be making the right use of the instrument.
    • official activity; and that in 1930 a totally different man should
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    • We should be as if standing at one point, determined not to move, so
    • today. In our time we should fear rather than welcome a too forcible
    • to that of the initiate. This should not be taken, however, to mean
    • someone on earth as much as we should have done and now after death,
    • ourselves how we should love a person. We can then only ask ourselves
    • One might well ask what it matters if after death a person should
    • entry into the spiritual world that one should free oneself from all
    • Strauss, contended that one should not recognize the single
    • awaken what should live within the soul between death and a new
    • should ask why I will never modify in the slightest the importance
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    • possesses should contemplate the starry heavens with feelings such as
    • the Jews? If we were to worship Wotan we should be in the same
    • of religion quite impartially. To such a congress I should like to
    • If this were said, we should have to answer, “Why are we not
    • attitude to religion should be.”
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    • are drawn to it. We should not nurture longings to bring everyone to
    • be said should be said and those who wish to receive what is
    • should not deter us from doing everything that has to be done. It
    • should not prevent us from performing our duty, but it should keep us
    • do something. One should not love something because one has done it
    • loved him as much as we should, we can make up for these feelings. We
    • earthly connection we should have loved him, but did not do so as
    • much as we should have done. We meet him again since we were related
    • are turned into cosmic events. They should not be analyzed
    • intellectually, but we should experience what connects man truly to
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    • of super-sensible facts we should always consider them from as many
    • immediate human experience. The facts are the same, but we should not
    • different. This mood of soul should be transposed to the whole of
    • abstract similarity among them. The different creeds should not be
    • creed similar, let us say, to the Hindu creed, we should be obliged
    • is another. Knowledge of who the Christ really is should be striven
    • Of what should we be capable during this period between death and
    • should provide a spiritual-scientific understanding
    • I should like the following to be put quite exactly to the test. In
    • things should happen in the world as they do in a school, as if
    • Golgotha, and Whose Being should be recognized. That is the point.
    • are reduced to inactivity, then we should find this in the so-called
    • this? We should be able to understand every human soul. We will not
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    • It should be borne in mind that by the very nature of the soul
    • souls concerned. This should be done by vividly picturing the face of
    • should remember that not only our existence on earth but the whole
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    • We should picture it as follows. During life on earth we always have
    • Above all, we should be clear about one thing. During the early
    • impulse as it should, there will not be separation but immediate
    • that should be recognized. You will recall that one of the most
    • it is important that we should develop an understanding for the
    • immediately into feeling and experience, and that is how it should
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    • if it were of no importance to our physical existence. We should be
    • There is much that does not happen in life, and yet we should reckon
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    • words, but we should remember that the earthly words used to express
    • spiritual world. After death we cannot make up for what we should
    • Otherwise he would not be reunited with them as one rightly should be
    • souls are transposed, so to speak. We should consider the earth as a
    • what should be experienced as filled with wisdom and thought content
    • We should not imagine that we have nothing to do between death and a
    • If we should inquire the reason that most people fail to do
    • spiritual foundation. If someone should say that science has the task
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    • It is important, therefore, that man should learn about such things
    • takes hold of the souls of men. We should feel this. It can give us
    • between death and a new birth, should become feeling within the soul
    • of an anthroposophist. It should not merely be understood
    • intellectually, but should become inner experience. Then we shall be
    • not to create their own obstacles. One should attempt to translate
    • Spiritual science should become for us that which quickens feeling
    • and life. The acquisition of spiritual concepts should not become a
    • matter of lesser concern. We should gladly pursue it. Yet we should
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    • and a new birth, passes by those beings from whom he should receive
    • should hold onto the fact that life on earth is of considerable
    • him it is as if the Buddha were not present. It should be borne in
    • Should such communities not exist, each soul after death would have
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    • through this realm, through the experiences one should have in the
    • their gifts to us, so that we do not fail to grasp what we should
    • darkness and misses the gifts that he should have received from the
    • physical constitution that he should have had at his disposal during
    • been — indeed, to what he should have been. He was dull in a
    • he need or should have been. He will not be able to understand as
    • and he will remain disinterested in what otherwise should have
    • aspect that we should consider.
    • theory. One should give no religious education to children because it
    • Another aspect should be considered in this connection that is of
    • should not be deterred from fulfilling his duty, even against his
    • Those who have an insight into such matters should realize that they
    • our time. They should do everything in their power to devote
    • who are dulled by the prevalent social darkness should be given the
    • The opposite situation should also be considered. We find souls who
    • danger of being cast off. A man should not undertake anything in this
    • surroundings, we should permeate ourselves with the feeling that
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    • grasp. We should take account of them because they tally with
    • It should not be thought that in all circumstances such an
    • planetary system. This should be borne in mind. Thus at a certain
    • the kingdoms of the earth through natural science. Nor should we
    • things all imperfections are recorded. It should be realized that the
    • evolutionary stream. For imperfection in this sense men should
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    • have a justified conviction that it should permeate human souls.
    • fault, should remain invisible to the dead. If the world were
    • earnestness with which thoughts of spiritual science should be taken
    • nourishment. Such insight should lead to the practice, proven to be
    • lifetime understand it all the more readily. We should not fail to
    • belief. The attitude that one should develop is that wherever we meet
    • should find the Christ in the spiritual world at this stage and
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    • should be born in a particular place and his parents were the best
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    • Meeting, I should like to speak from a particular standpoint about
    • philosophy stands here at a boundary-line, and its task should be to
    • century it was looked upon as immensely clever. But what should we be
    • from opinions. That is how people go on! Why should there be any need
    • what I have said is clear enough. I should like particularly to
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    • THE STUDY of Spiritual Science should always go hand in hand with
    • whose business this should be. Nowadays everyone wants to feel that
    • about the whole world. The point is that one should go to the root of
    • There is something else I should like to mention in order to show
    • occur, and can lead to a complete denial of material life. We should
    • be real in the world, why should not other ideas have equal reality?”
    • yet clear whether he should accept one or a number of Spirits, but he
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    • that the only thinking-activity worked up in us should be that worked
    • should call a “thought”, whereas for them it is the
    • must evoke the feeling by which we recognize how there should be
    • ourselves in these four lectures should inscribe itself deeply into
    • their aid we should come to look ever more and more deeply, with
    • should say to yourselves: “Yes, if anyone wants to enter into
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    • Meeting, I should like to speak from a particular standpoint about
    • philosophy stands here at a boundary-line, and its task should be to
    • century it was looked upon as immensely clever. But what should we be
    • from opinions. That is how people go on! Why should there be any need
    • what I have said is clear enough. I should like particularly to
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    • THE STUDY of Spiritual Science should always go hand in hand with
    • whose business this should be. Nowadays everyone wants to feel that
    • about the whole world. The point is that one should go to the root of
    • There is something else I should like to mention in order to show
    • occur, and can lead to a complete denial of material life. We should
    • be real in the world, why should not other ideas have equal reality?”
    • yet clear whether he should accept one or a number of Spirits, but he
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    • that the only thinking-activity worked up in us should be that worked
    • should call a “thought”, whereas for them it is the
    • must evoke the feeling by which we recognize how there should be
    • ourselves in these four lectures should inscribe itself deeply into
    • their aid we should come to look ever more and more deeply, with
    • should say to yourselves: “Yes, if anyone wants to enter into
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    • — for then we should get no good comparison — but with
    • all-important role. I should like to quote just one example. A great
    • intervene. Should this destruction arise without at the same time a
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    • earth-existence. One should not speak therefore of the “lower”
    • man. One should look at the wisdom-filled structure of a bone, for
    • should look at the marvellous structure of the heart, of the brain,
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    • of a physical fact or should be supposed to have anything to do with
    • should always be arising; if that were so, I would need more room.”
    • once the measure of its work being exhausted — should consume
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    • will have learned that Spiritual Science should not be an abstract
    • should come to us as the result of the observations which will be set
    • to a certain extent necessary that I should do something unusual for
    • should need much more time than is at our disposal. So in this case,
    • something should encounter this cause. Unless this takes place one
    • between cause and effect is there, but we should never obtain a true
    • we cannot really call it karma. For instance, we should not call it
    • karma? We should find something of the sort if, for example, we
    • should have to apply the idea of karma primarily to the individual
    • Such a fact teaches us that we should be mistaken if we considered the
    • in such a case we should train the child as strictly as possible in
    • signifies. This may be very useful in our life. What should a man do
    • perfection a man should have — a standard which has been lowered
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    • characteristic that one should have been able to misunderstand
    • the animal something merely automatic. We should not have
    • of karma with exactitude, and we should go astray if we sought in the
    • in the case of man — we should be entirely wrong. At the present
    • begin with we should show by individual examples the essential
    • our world-conception that we should be able to put the right question
    • than that we should acquire masses of knowledge. Facts may be right,
    • should bring such artistic powers into the world, were at one time at
    • evolution, we should find that there was absolutely no difference
    • man should be able to walk upright, in order that he should have a
    • develop as it should. Therefore it was necessary that the Earth should
    • that the several parts should be correctly related to one another.
    • should now be obliged to hover around the earth because our
    • we should have had to remain where the organisation of the group-souls
    • also should have been to-day, if our present organisation had not been
    • order to find others later and we should not have been able to find
    • Earth at that time we should always have been chained to the form that
    • we had then created, and we should now, at the most, only be able to
    • have we should have had within us, if we had not been able to eject
    • we ourselves came to our perfection. We should not have got rid of the
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    • accomplished in recent years it is Spiritual Science that should do
    • was quite natural the room should be full of flies, and I thought so
    • quite natural that one should accept this as a reason for the
    • the other; rather the holder of each view should learn to understand
    • however, who would like to take part in the combat should also be
    • two parties should understand the other's point of view and not
    • in the etheric body. But we should not deny that such provocation to
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    • purely narrative form it is not implied that you should take sides in
    • death should take place in certain cases of illness. No one may say
    • higher consciousness, for we might then easily err and we should
    • a cure may come about, we must do it. And if the question should arise
    • in a person in order that he should seek his further progress in
    • another world. We should then interfere with his individuality, and
    • deliver this up to another sphere of action. We should be imposing our
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    • in his next incarnation, or even should a cure be effected in this
    • should acquire forces which lead nearer to perfection, and yet because
    • Bearing this in mind one more indication should be given which deals
    • case it is of special importance that we should make use of all that
    • become chronic that we find ourselves in a vicious circle. We should
    • order to make it clearer I should like to explain one of the facts
    • counterpart, their spiritual equivalent? Should we not thus, if we
    • from this standpoint, we should invariably find that external
    • this it is essential that we should attempt by way of introduction to
    • objectively the course of history, we should have to erect by far the
    • then see whether we should still wish to maintain that only chance was
    • should now like to emphasise is that Luther had a certain repugnance
    • also apply to the psychologist himself, and we should be forced to say
    • We should try to acquire a stricter self-discipline in this respect.
    • understand how far it is by chance that someone should be travelling
    • definite period should be exposed to disease-germs affecting him from
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    • Ego would be dissolved, and we should indeed be able to envisage the
    • pictures of the spiritual world, but should not be able to understand
    • would be dissolved and we should be frenzied, torn hither and thither,
    • when we fall asleep, for if it were otherwise, we should not be able
    • tremendous increase of our egotism. We should sink down with our Ego;
    • themselves, but Christ within them should think, feel, and will, so
    • today, we should find that we could not at that time see external
    • astral body should try to penetrate further into the other members
    • than it normally should, it brings about something similar to what
    • it penetrates the physical and etheric bodies further than it should?
    • physical bodies than should normally take place, we shall see the
    • body which normally should not develop any consciousness within us,
    • that our astral body should sleep during the day whilst we are
    • We should be under a great delusion if we believed that the experience
    • effects a closer connection that there should be between the etheric
    • strike him — and wills that he should be so struck. The man
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    • did not exist, we should not fall into those temptations that lead us
    • passions born of Lucifer, we should never be able to free ourselves
    • from them, not even in successive incarnations, for we should ever
    • influence. We should have the temptations of the luciferic powers in
    • should feel that it was not so bad after all to succumb to these
    • We should not have fallen a prey to ahrimanic influence if we had not
    • opposed to Lucifer had operated. In that case we should have developed
    • should on entering the spiritual world maintain the integrity of our
    • world. That they should have some consciousness is in no way
    • remarkable, but the consciousness they should have is that which is
    • to-day we shall ask: Why should not the luciferic influence, just for
    • illness, and then equalised through the pain, why should it not call
    • why should not that which causes us pain and announces the luciferic
    • influence of a disease, why should not the ahrimanic influence take
    • has entered this organ more deeply than it should — more deeply
    • active there — namely, Prometheus — should have his liver
    • that thenceforth humanity should know pain. This was done by Jehovah,
    • the old Moon in order that they should bring about the correction in
    • Moon forces. But we can also admit, and justifiably, that should an
    • might arrive at the conclusion that nothing should be done to obviate
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    • make us less perfect than we should otherwise be. Whilst acting upon
    • of ordinary common sense. Why should this be so?
    • influence of Lucifer. In such a case, we should with the whole of our
    • in the kamaloca period we should have this most vividly before our
    • eyes, so that we should resolve to make a tremendous effort in order
    • of concluding that every accident should be traced to something
    • single human being, so that each life should run harmoniously and be
    • life.’ If such words are to have any value, the person should
    • intimately connected with world events. Should we conclude from this,
    • it was in their karma that they all should thus perish together; this
    • epidemic. We should in such a case preserve the physical body from the
    • effects of uncharitableness, but we should not have
    • should undertake the duty of influencing the soul also in such a way
    • expression of a previous fault, we should, on the other hand,
    • that on the other we should feel it our duty to contribute to the
    • but we see how essential it is that we should not undertake one task
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    • rendered more healthy. Least of all should an anthroposophist complain
    • there should be found a greater number of women than of men. Any man
    • It is important that we should learn to understand that yet another
    • all memory of earlier experiences. Otherwise we should have retained
    • the external world denser matter than we should otherwise have done
    • bear results for time without end. We should know that although there
    • not be for man what it is. We should, but for the luciferic influence
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    • may nevertheless be fully proved. I should like, however, to take this
    • that they should not be handed on; that no one should consider them as
    • the soul, the normal relationship of soul and the body should come
    • about, and health should be re-established. What then is the relation
    • of matter and of substance, I should like to say the following:
    • during earth existence, should receive the attribute of love in its
    • itself indicates what should lead to the overcoming of the
    • been drawn to the fact that Anthroposophists in particular should not
    • In this connection I should like to note that just in such times as
    • counterpart to be found. I should like to show you this in a very
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    • individual? We should find it impossible so to do. For could we
    • certain darker shadowy elements which should have had no place in
    • we should then see the unfolding of something which we might really
    • this way we should arrive at a plan of human evolution, so that when
    • of Creation,’ but there is just one thing to which I should now
    • should be completed.
    • of the earth-evolution should flow into him. Man could only become
    • Ego should be his own deed. Only thus is ‘free will’
    • is the essential part of kamaloca that we should see to what an extent
    • should see in detail in what way we have become imperfect. From that
    • and being overcome by the feeling that above all they should in their
    • should like to characterise.
    • foundations, we should not be able to evolve to freedom. But after we
    • freedom. But it is indispensable that we should be aware of the
    • things which have been discussed in such a way that they should not be
    • mere abstract knowledge, but so that they should pass over into our
    • thought, feeling and will, into our whole life, so that one should be
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    • We see on stage various developments of soul. It should
    • in the spiritual life, if what is in Scene Nine should take place.
    • this kind should work upon our hearts and souls as a counterbalance
    • You should take notes of how the Guardian speaks:
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    • whether already clairvoyant or wishing to become so, it should of
    • the forces they should employ only within their lawful domain. From
    • Ahriman is the rightful Lord of Death and should not be regarded as
    • whose current of decay this thinking should merge when the human
    • Clairvoyant consciousness should develop so that the clairvoyant soul
    • pictures shrink and condense, one takes what should be merely picture
    • place. The human soul can carry into the spiritual world what should
    • emotions cultivated here, however, should be carried into the
    • In order that the right relationship should come about
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    • lectures, we should keep the following well in mind: the clairvoyant
    • should become more or less accustomed to the fact that the way of
    • a person's soul that in passing through the sense world, he should
    • To understand this, we should consider that in the
    • should not try to do in the physical world if we have any concern for
    • however, should be noted. One is that in our usual way of speaking in
    • accept all the colors with equanimity and in the same way we should
    • it on himself to say that clairvoyance should be acquired without
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    • One should not imagine that learning to
    • we should experience something new from it, something we cannot
    • in the sense world or in the elemental world. It should be emphasized
    • His objections should not be taken lightly, for if we wish to
    • understand spiritual science in the right way, we should size up such
    • hundreds of times, but it should be clear that a spiritual
    • in life; through the impression one should come again into some sort
    • objections from opponents, one should not — as a spiritual
    • scientist — merely wait in expectation but should oneself raise
    • spoken out of the knowledge of the spiritual world, our souls should
    • feel their reality, should feel that they represent reality. We must
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    • should like to help everyone understand, if I can, the
    • same time. This is where we should stand and it will be the right
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    • ourselves from the ahrimanic element. We should always realize that
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    • when you have seen one. But we should be clear that what is usually
    • we see on the stage should be conceived as happening in Johannes's
    • we don't find them, we should look for them. The fact that Johannes
    • tomorrow's lecture. You should mull it over. We will continue
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    • hailing everything they bring out. One should actually suggest to
    • these lectures, and now I should like to add only a few details to
    • characterize the Guardian of the Threshold. Should I try to describe
    • itself out in our weaknesses, in everything we should really forsake
    • important point is that we should come consciously to him. Every
    • happen at the boundary line. If he attends to everything that should
    • spiritual worlds, should karma make it possible in this present
    • We should strive as intensely as we can to enter them. On the other
    • that should be taken into account when we speak about the kinds of
    • We should be clear that these descriptions,
    • People should not criticize anthroposophy
    • concepts so useful in the physical world. We should be clear that our
    • should become: A befitting new life must be constructed according to
    • Movement in the modern world. One has to consider what should be the
    • perceive in various ways the kind of movement ours should be and
    • spiritual science. Still more highly should one value the emergence
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    • these two lectures I should like to speak to you from the point of
    • vegetation should arise on the scene of destruction. The further
    • Now, I should here like to mention that a certain idea, taken from
    • I should like to draw your attention to two things, when speaking on
    • Still another fact I should like to put before you, and that is the
    • necessary that people should know with their ordinary consciousness
    • I should like to put before you a simple fact which will show you the
    • as if someone should say that it was simply nonsense that a human
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    • presents itself in the visionary world, we should have to compare an
    • state of maturity be reached and that what is within should not be
    • necessary for the evolution of the world that man should ever remain
    • existence and that it would not be right if he should be able
    • intellectually to grasp and solve them. For if man should have solved
    • Christians may disagree with such a statement, but they should not
    • should learn to discriminate between what is sounding forth out of
    • not fit for life, which would not and should not come into existence,
    • the anthroposophical world conception should take its place in the
    • whole meaning of life; that everywhere meaning should flow in on us
    • in life, that everywhere life should be full of meaning. What
    • full of meaning that our souls should be able to play one into the
    • This is the way in which I should like you to take our meeting here in
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    • secondary education should not be so overwhelmed by the waves of that
    • Why should the Romans not have proclaimed to the world what right is
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    • their imaginations, refined and distilled to fantasy, should fill
    • 1413 A.D., should be used for the gradual unfoldment of the forces I
    • body so that what should rightly be free imagination working merely in
    • belong in the bodily nature but should develop freely, hovering in and
    • Land. Christ Jesus, who should belong to all of mankind, becomes a
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    • should find satisfaction in truth since even regarding the most
    • should completely die out. The interest in humanity, however, did not
    • before us only as outer personality. Should it go on increasing
    • only on the Christ being. Should this impulse spread, there would be
    • now striving to become general in earthly humanity. Should it succeed,
    • a knowledge that can be embraced in two statements that I should
    • Today, I should only like to add that when, twice seven years ago, our
    • these two principles: The without should kindle self-knowledge;
    • the within should teach knowledge of the world. In these two
    • statements should be sought for through our Society. If in these twice
    • things, then today I should have been able to speak of certain secrets
    • introspection should not lead to a loss of courage but it should lead
    • agreeable facts of knowledge. Rather should it be that we unite
    • epoch, the ideal of the service of mankind we should recognize as
    • days ago. I should like again today to stress what must not be
    • ideas and customs of the time. We should not be deceived for a moment:
    • it is necessary above all that we should acquire a memory for what we
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    • should give manifest proof of the spirit. Important results have
    • with good will. That the mediums should say that what they brought to
    • this should emerge is what might have been expected, but little indeed
    • that no one should be allowed to make use of knowledge in what they
    • Pope should excommunicate a whole nation,” and energetically
    • have to admit to themselves what should be admitted. A great part of
    • in their souls. Much of what he says is deeply impressive. One should
    • Europe Chinese. Of course, we should see at once that we cannot become
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    • the Atlantean culture, as it had been in Atlantis, should simply
    • that had constituted the essential nature of Atlantean culture should
    • so, we should soon be considering ourselves much cleverer than a god,
    • the normal task of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. It should rightly
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    • the depths of old cultural impulses. Today I should like to speak a
    • alone. Should a member of the Order be killed, no booty should be
    • Europe — should have led to a certain penetration of European
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    • of the time should continually bear in mind that with so-called
    • that the religious life should stand and be recognized in external
    • things should not be allowed to enter into matters concerning the
    • each member of the Order should realize that his blood did not belong
    • one should begin to look at the matter spiritually — not merely
    • necessary that this temple service should be kept holy. What evils
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    • spiritual life, should permeate the whole evolution of our present
    • made, men should be afraid of any kind of knowledge? People today
    • human being today should strive to know, but he has to live in it as
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    • I should like to recall to you one personality, a truly materialistic
    • times that World-Evolution should be represented as a Duality, whereas
    • it should be represented as a Trinity. One set of forces are the
    • to which men should look up with true spiritual-intellectual fervour,
    • the right way the Christmas event, that event by which we should
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    • should stream into it. We must say, absolutely without reserve: The
    • Science of Initiation, is that every one should seek to strip off what
    • life-forces upon our food, we should be unable to evolve a soul- and
    • should take seriously what is revealed to him through this knowledge.
    • in order to give some indication of the spirit which should pervade
    • age it is all-important that men should knower that they have here to
    • capture the whole Earth for his evolution, than that man should
    • Ahriman that man should keep up the love of abstraction, so it is in
    • his greatest interest that man should cherish more and more a form of
    • themselves off from these serious facts. Anthroposophists should not
    • feel in this way; on the contrary, they should develop a definite
    • mankind. It is quite wrong to think as is so often done that we should
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    • and what we intend to do next year, should be pervaded with adequate
    • see in space, what lies behind a mirror. Perhaps the question should
    • retrospection upon our life's course, then, as human beings, we should
    • be quite unable to perceive our Ego. We should see the course of our
    • of the past? These questions should be livingly experienced. Then we
    • should feel how important it is to direct our longings towards that
    • should realize the earnestness and the dignity of the striving for
    • new interest in the spiritual world, should be recognized. But the
    • indeed surprising that anyone should say such things in the present
    • should stimulate contemplation of the comparison of the past with the
    • only from a spirit of opposition. We should bear this in mind in all
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    • Meeting you today with New Year Greetings, I should like to express
    • future, I should like, by way of introduction to our New Year
    • shoulders that our generation recalls the period when a philosophic
    • grandeur inspired them should not be misunderstood. It is the impulse
    • leading. Our solution of the difficulty should be to overcome
    • least to any voice urging that a real, spiritual striving should rise
    • I should recall that when I wrote this essay, I had already published
    • all-important thing today is that man should be able to find
    • Aesthetics, Deinhardt wrote that man should be educated to
    • Were this really felt, then we should understand why the event took
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    • Further, the will-life should be trained so strongly that not only do
    • The conclusion should not be drawn that this science of initiation is
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    • expressed by the word. That which can work from the stage should only
    • the word. Anthroposophy should come out of the deepest foundations of
    • We have now reached the point where we should be able to understand
    • themselves, that a god should pass through the mystery of death on
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    • Gemüt from the viewpoint of anthroposophy, I should like
    • deal. I should like to talk to you about that image with which you are
    • that man should become, in a sense, a twofold being. With one part of
    • should evoke deep down in his heart the feeling that his
    • this should be attuned to the feeling of relationship between our
    • shortly before our time, a deed I should like to characterize in the
    • always intervened in human nature, in order that humanity should not
    • with which we should unite ourselves — just as we feel the Easter
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    • that a few people should say, Well let us start — let us have a
    • should be we must consider in what manner the festivals — once
    • this fact in itself should lead to a revived intensification of them
    • imagined that one should add to these festivals simply by establishing
    • though the factors that should warm and elevate the
    • is that we should become conscious of our true spiritual relations to
    • break the spell. — Human existence should really be a perpetual
    • flowers is a mere sipping at what he should really be drinking. He sips
    • by forming concepts and ideas, whereas he should drink by uniting,
    • and when everything runs as it should, they can attain to this higher
    • quite well that we should do this or that, that such and such is the
    • And that is exactly what should be experienced within the
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    • autumn, I should like today to speak about several prerequisites
    • it bear the character of our modern festivities, but should be brought
    • this dream that should really not be sought in the pictures themselves
    • system of natural laws — in fact, men should learn that every
    • to be comprehended should be comprehended according to the
    • The idea that the world can and should be comprehended only by
    • of the distance, why should not the validity of the system of nature
    • with the way in which we should conceive the shaping of a Michael
    • They have a calendar telling what should be done on this or that day,
    • should be done on such and such a day of the year in order to achieve
    • the cosmos should be arranged in a circle around him; in this manner
    • to tell the members of his community what should be done on each day
    • knowledge of what should take place on earth. How infinitely greater
    • what it means to read in the universe what should be done in the lives
    • should keep careful statistics on the rainfall during the full moon
    • surely he should not speculate about it, as did Kant and Laplace who
    • thing in life to forget oneself; but in a case like this we should not
    • the drop of oil in motion. And by the same token, we should not forget
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    • So what we should do in this our last lecture is to proceed not only
    • that in former times had to tell men when Easter should be celebrated
    • so movable. At the very least, they say, it should be held on the
    • This, my dear Friends, is what you really should await as a result of
    • in reading anthroposophic literature at all. In that case I should
    • power which should evolve on this grave if we take part in the dying of
    • cognition, should stream into the human Gemüt as a force.
    • Gemüt. That would make me very happy; and I should be able
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    • just characterised, it is no longer the world we should grasp. Man is
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    • develop him towards a psychic and spiritual nature, which should now
    • out of man the spirit and soul, so that he should no longer trouble
    • carrying out his gymnastic exercises should be exposed to the
    • especially the sun-effects, should act as a stimulus to them.
    • I should now like to speak from quite another aspect
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    • influences should play their part in the right way in human life. We
    • especially for the child in the first periods of life, that it should
    • anything or not; the point is that one should immerse oneself
    • which I am now saying should have a certain significance especially
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    • earth, I should have to add many details to what I have written about
    • period we should have to relate how in these formations described in my
    • of all into our brain we should be given up entirely to our
    • 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
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    • that ancient world we should see all round us, over there a
    • he has this conception, or should have it, of something else that he
    • animal nature should become a separate product from thyself. But in
    • us. We should see these gigantic flying lizards, with a sort of
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    • was intended that he should feel the following:
    • earth-planet. To express this in a somewhat grotesque way I should
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    • world. In order to amplify the theme already treated, I should like
    • a great riddle should in some way or other become solved in his soul,
    • that he should get to understand the nature of this riddle — on
    • the one hand that he should understand the nature of this riddle, and
    • had been brought to feel the necessity that man should come to this
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    • Hierarchy of the Angels he should receive ability and power to
    • announcement that I should see into that which was present in the
    • Phantasy I should be a stranger to that which is around me. If I have
    • inwardly separated, so that for each single condition he should
    • he had experienced, which he should recall then in full
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    • should also think his mouth does not belong to him, but that his body
    • one saw it had been formed organically. Today we should not speak of
    • him which again permeated him, which we today should call the astral
    • historians lavish upon the migrations of the peoples, we should have
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    • investigation, we should find no lead, no copper, no quicksilver, no
    • which should bring the understanding of this third figure was still
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    • comprehensible to you that I should say of Aristotle, who really
    • write a history of their own scientific thinking they should really
    • intention that thereby one should learn to know the true nature of
    • knowledge which should be brought to man for the development of his
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    • as we are to do shortly in a historical connection — we should
    • fashion-plate figures of Apollo, Mars and Mercury, one should look at
    • should not be considered great — if one looks back to that from
    • unless we know the plant. What should we do, for instance, with a
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    • I should like to try and make clear to you the way in
    • humanity. Just suppose that such a terrible thing should occur to one
    • extent the processes of nature are images of the divine. I should
    • known to any of you who have learnt a little chemistry. I should like
    • that a man should seek to investigate by means of experiment the
    • not say that one should use them today, because naturally things
    • acid should be transformed into formic acid. In such a case one who
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    • I should like to depict one aspect of what was perceived
    • should reveal to them the working and weaving in the processes and
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    • in which the anthroposophical approach should be understood
    • something they do not understand in the least. We should not
    • why should the brain itself not be able to think?
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    • during the elementary school age should be based upon these
    • principles, which should be taken into strictest account in all
    • arises in an experiment, the conclusion should be that if there
    • conceptions. A series of investigations should be made to show,
    • of what should arise there. In a pathological metamorphosis of
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    • does not work into the metabolism as it should but recoils on
    • This should
    • is possible to use a weaker remedy we should avoid a stronger
    • position to supply what it should to the formative forces when
    • perspiration. Great attention should be paid to this, for
    • of course, but this fragment should make clear to you that
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    • forces in the human organism[,] that should actually enter the
    • stir; he sees how it is more active than it should be. The whole
    • are, in fact, dilettantes, but this is not how it should be). It is
    • of the physical-etheric something that should remain within it
    • should certainly not be pursued abstractly. Anyone who does not
    • organism should really stay quiet about these matters. Only with
    • from normal life. But to remain stuck in simple description should not
    • should rather attempt to determine, from the condition of the
    • should attempt to determine how a force of organization that works
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    • questionable whether one should speak in detail about specifics,
    • medicine and the like. We should certainly not align ourselves with
    • organ, as it should, thus wreaking havoc in it. When this happens we
    • then something is held up there, something that should proceed into
    • up there. We find held up in the organism that process which should
    • organism, and then we arrive at an idea of how we should guide the
    • of natural existence. It should not be assumed that if the process has
    • essentially different way. What has been indicated here should not in
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    • system, for example, should not be influenced too strongly from the
    • become too intense in the metabolic-limb system, where it should only
    • becomes an activity whose intensity is too great. Then what should
    • this now would lead too far. What should interest us more right now,
    • chance in an empirical way, should they happen to present themselves
    • principle that nothing should be avoided that may be necessary for the
    • progress of human life, that nothing should he avoided in applying
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    • in which the anthroposophical mode of thought should be understood
    • of the Spirit and soul — why should the brain itself not be
    • should say the following: Imagine that a man, living in the world,
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    • period of time, I should begin — after the necessary scientific
    • various functions in the organism of man. I should feel bound to
    • canal concerned with digestion in the narrower sense, I should pass
    • not properly recognised by orthodox science to-day. Then I should
    • you see, if this were all, we should have a being in the physical
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    • Education during the Elementary School age should be based upon these
    • principles. They should be taken into strictest account through all
    • should be that if there is fatigue at all, something is amiss.
    • back to older conceptions. A series of investigations should be made
    • the region of the pylorus, in place of what should arise there. In a
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    • the organism; hence it does not work as it should into the metabolic
    • weaker remedy we should avoid a stronger one.
    • system of astral activity. These are matters which should be verified
    • that there is less perspiration. Great attention should be paid to
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    • should not be regarded as a mere party matter or as a problem
    • manner in which that labor should and must be carried on depends in
    • this wider horizon in its most varied aspects that I should like to
    • should like to make a few introductory remarks.
    • present day should keep in mind that the manner in which credit,
    • In this introduction, treating the subject historically, I should
    • being a freedom-loving heart should beat. He pointed out over and
    • in the economic life should cease, something which, following the
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    • facts, it is only too comprehensible that there should be, for the
    • should never come to an end. In fact, we should just as unlikely come
    • everywhere as the occasion demands. In this way I should like my
    • Organism should be so understood. But I will particularly endeavor in
    • democratic parliament should again rule here quite misunderstands the
    • means of production, or capital which is its equivalent, should be
    • associations in which everybody should have a voice in the management
    • should be carried on, how products should be distributed and the
    • routine of political administration and see no reason why it should
    • should be grasped. For they show that technical science cannot be
    • realities. It requires, in the first place, that men should be there,
    • under the influence of such a theory, the workman should fight about
    • commodities and of the service which one person should receive from
    • very important that a highly erroneous idea should be corrected by
    • commodities can be produced which yield a profit. For I should like
    • commodity should be produced is that it finds a sale when placed on
    • these prices will determine how long or how much the people should
    • work and what wages should be paid, and so on. The only thing that
    • dried party interest. If I should be able to succeed in these
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    • importance to him that he should be left undisturbed. He is very
    • agrees that institutions should be modeled on social lines. He is not
    • at all pleased, however, with the proposal that he should model his
    • denial of the fundamental principle that human institutions should
    • of law should be placed in the proper light. Of course we know that
    • Representatives of the different occupations should meet; producer
    • and consumer should come together. The purely business operations and
    • measures which take place should be based upon contracts entered into
    • by the association. In the economic world everything should rest on
    • contracts, everything should depend upon mutual service rendered.
    • Corporations should carry on business with other corporations; expert
    • knowledge and efficiency in particular branches should have the
    • political lines, according to which the economic life should be
    • but that the soil itself should be first prepared, so that human
    • neither should we have our modern life with all that is necessary to
    • relationship to his work; it is necessary that he should feel joy in
    • his work, that he should feel a certain devotion to it. The old
    • own judge, should he find himself accused of an offence against civil
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    • that anything but misunderstandings without number should still exist
    • that inner impulse which should drive it to place before the world
    • should feel themselves separated as by an abyss from art? Though one
    • should be unable to exclude everything but intellectualism in their
    • should perchance find their way into science. It is easy to see by
    • sense-perception should find entrance into scientific research. In
    • they cannot penetrate it in spirit. I should like to elucidate this
    • are immediately surrounded in life should take on an artistic form;
    • that every spoon, every glass, should have a form well adapted to its
    • one should see at a glance, from its form, what service a thing
    • soul. Should this be condemned by the religious sentiment of
    • pertaining to the higher worlds. The aim of all religious work should
    • members should develop a living knowledge of the unseen world? Will
    • should attain a vision or an understanding of the higher worlds on
    • teachers say emphatically that one should develop in the child a
    • should be developed in the child, in order that the forces which are
    • expression to their opinions on the War, and he should therefore be
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    • politics, and affairs of state should be administered in a democratic
    • department of life should be detached from the political or equity
    • state, and the spiritual organization should be independently
    • from the political and legal body, should form its own
    • individual within the social organism, should endeavor to attain to
    • why should not the subjective value which a man personally attaches
    • independent administration? On the other hand, why should not legal
    • should not all the objective value that accrues to the commodity from
    • its appointments, wishes and expects that qualities should be
    • facts; and I should like to give you a striking example of something
    • judgment, which belongs to outer, public life, and should be
    • those very forces which should combine to produce a unity. The
    • splitting up of life. The spiritual life should have its own
    • the one hand, that spiritual life should be fully independent and
    • reason why the free spirit in man should defer to any stereotyped
    • economic system should work together within the threefold social
    • this is just what should happen, and that the taxation has a moral
    • spirit, that it is proposed to establish the morality, which should
    • proposals should be determined by state laws, taxation, and so on;
    • these laws should actually raise the level of morality, or hinder
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    • organism, should be put together and utilized in order that it
    • that the truth should prevail among us, a true unvarnished
    • and that in the progress of human evolution pure love should supplant
    • should recognize that it begins with the bodily needs of the human
    • should live and work together with them. Egoism itself requires that
    • he should live and work with other men. Much of what we carry out in
    • their root. And it is important that this fact should be properly
    • If this should really
    • the distribution of commodities should be the ruling factor.
    • of an article nowadays, but it is important that we should be able to
    • impelled to say: That which people should demand today above all
    • things is truth which they should courageously unite with reality.
    • true in our inmost soul. Then we should cease to hear continually
    • essential that we should recognize the fact that a sufficient number
    • in that of the subconscious. For this reason I should like to
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    • students of Economics should find their way into this subject. Let me,
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    • said that we should look for its equivalent in the amount that is
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    • should be. We mention this here only to help define the concept of
    • closely later on: for the moment I will but indicate what should be
    • moral life, mere precepts as to how men should feel for one another or
    • said about the way a man should work!” Only now did Labour
    • expensively. But if this objection were true, we should not have
    • then it will be to his interest that the products of Nature should
    • should decrease in value. Now when this “interest” becomes
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    • I should not be true to the task you have set me if I described these
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    • we should be dealing not with an organic process but with one that
    • on the land. He too should only receive personal credit — that is
    • further the exploitation of raw products. For in such a case we should
    • Capital should be used up, consumed along this path (see diagram).
    • consumed along this whole path. We should have to take the products
    • amount should pass on, so that Nature may be elaborated once more.
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    • should contain all the concrete details. I do believe, for the
    • is to his interest that the rate of interest should be low. Having
    • You may say: “It is conceivable that some regulation should be
    • process cannot go on at all. Imagine for a moment what we should make
    • want to teach it should be under no illusions on this point. Modern
    • advantageous. Whether the individual heir alone should receive the
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    • It is very necessary that we should have a distinct view of the real
    • thing. We should not take the slightest interest in money if it did
    • convenient but less expensive. We should have no need of money if it
    • the lines along which we should approach the problem of
    • Today my main purpose was that we should acquire such concepts as
    • were to say: “I should like, once and for all, to eat so much
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    • Then, too, I shall have acquired something. And if I should carry on
    • should this be possible? If the pound (even if it were a golden
    • observe these things, we should be able to reckon it up: By making
    • Science. The point is not that you should know how trade goes on in
    • general, but that you should know how the products circulate in the
    • district. The point is not that we should know about things in
    • general, but that we should know something in a particular region.
    • It is really tragic that no understanding should be found in our time
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    • we should find that they do not correspond to the costs of production
    • balance emerged, we should not make a true calculation in the wider
    • should have to go to the nineteenth century for a rather glaring
    • contrary they admire it. In point of method, I should like to say: If
    • should take England, especially in the period when England made her
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    • no matter in what sphere of thought, that we should pass from the mere
    • theoretically how much a certain lymphatic gland should receive and
    • I should like this to be observed in relation to all the discussions
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    • however, should really be our task. All that can be said in the
    • present lectures should be taken as a basis for further researches in
    • should assign a peculiar property to the money which I carry about on
    • me; I should assign to it a kind of age. This 1910 money is older; it
    • covering a period of only three years; in that case I should be a bad
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    • drop out of the picture. We should no longer be concerned with the
    • The first thing necessary is that we should begin working on definite
    • is that this problem, which should really underlie our thinking about
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    • the existing scientific results should be simply flouted. On the
    • I do not think that interest on money should be abolished, provided
    • let a living man begin his life at the age of 25, nor should you let
    • arbitrary point. You should not let your economic concepts begin, for
    • competition should exist at all, as between sellers or between buyers?
    • matters is that we should be brought on to the path of these living
    • this is, as everyone can really see for himself, what should be aimed
    • world-economy. It is here that we should find the items on either side
    • It is so easy to say that an economy should be thus and thus. But,
    • production should be dealt with in this way. Moreover, it is only in
    • And I know that the most important thing of all is that you should
    • what should be done, but there is little will, alas, to dive down into
    • should be done. We have gradually departed from the sphere of
    • be our aim that it should prove itself of real economic value, so that
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    • is of the first importance that there should be in this present time
    • important that there should be, as I said, a certain number of
    • people should hear the Sun spoken of in an external manner
    • necessary for the evolution of mankind that things should happen as
    • they did. It is, however, also necessary that we should not be blind
    • Sun should teach him of the mysteries of human evolution.
    • it as unchristian. But why should such a statement be regarded
    • — had initiate pupils. And it is important that many should
    • is important that many should know of this teaching of the risen
    • in you, I will tell you what you should do at Solemn festival times.
    • how important it is that we should not rest content with the
    • recognition of broad and general truths, but should bring these
    • should be done in our day; and the time will come when we shall have
    • England. That is why it is so urgent that there should be
    • truthfully, even if in the way it is put forward it should often meet
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    • face to face with the outer world. We should describe as ourselves,
    • summon all the generations to the end that at long last those should
    • anathematized all thoughts about repeated lives. Yet you should
    • form of life, is what the men of today should try to awaken in
    • mankind on Earth today is no less grave than that, and we should
    • consist of what we on Earth should call interjections —
    • should remain — such was their intention. There was in Italy in
    • methods of Initiation should not be transmuted into new ones. There
    • should be left to men on Earth only the knowledge of the outer
    • physical world, while of the super-sensible there should be no more
    • human eye, — that we should look at it with wonder, for it is
    • outward and visible world; we should attain it only in the inner
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    • Earth should be alive to the significance of what happens in sleep.
    • into a kind of harmony that we hear and understand. That this should
    • be so, that we should have in the time of sleep the Christ for our
    • man was before birth — or I should say, before conception —
    • very important for us that we should turn our attention to history.
    • of the whole knowledge man should really possess, will assuredly meet
    • have given expression. Should I however make bold to clothe in
    • standpoint of initiation knowledge, I should have to say: Rousseau,
    • in this smaller circle we should be able to touch on the more
    • should really be expressed in some entirely different way. You must
    • ‘togetherness’ that should subsist, the world over,
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    • now I should like, as I said, to describe these experiences from
    • that criminals should sleep well, while good people often have poor
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    • however, it is important that these things should in our age, be
    • get possession of man. And it is important that man should be aware
    • should, you see, depend entirely — in his lower nature —
    • beings should express themselves merely in the ebb and flow of the
    • but upon the influences that should be continually reaching man from
    • what he should properly be on the surface only, so that the entire
    • physical being of man should partake of the nature that is
    • with what should by rights be only on the surface, only in the
    • whom he should remain true throughout the further course of the
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    • I should not want to be undergoing this after-death life in any other
    • and inwardly as I am doing now, I should not feel the strong
    • impulsion to make it good. I should not want to free myself from this
    • man becomes very different after his death. For you should also think
    • incarnation. If you should say: “Here upon Earth we have such
    • Should He not therefore have said:
    • intended gradually to transform the Earth into a Kingdom that should
    • not be utterly absorbed in earthly things, but should pass over, ever
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    • is of the first importance that there should be in this present time
    • important that there should be, as I said, a certain number of
    • people should hear the Sun spoken of in an external manner
    • necessary for the evolution of mankind that things should happen as
    • they did. It is, however, also necessary that we should not be blind
    • Sun should teach him of the mysteries of human evolution.
    • it as unchristian. But why should such a statement be regarded
    • — had initiate pupils. And it is important that many should
    • is important that many should know of this teaching of the risen
    • in you, I will tell you what you should do at Solemn festival times.
    • how important it is that we should not rest content with the
    • recognition of broad and general truths, but should bring these
    • should be done in our day; and the time will come when we shall have
    • England. That is why it is so urgent that there should be
    • truthfully, even if in the way it is put forward it should often meet
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    • face to face with the outer world. We should describe as ourselves,
    • summon all the generations to the end that at long last those should
    • anathematized all thoughts about repeated lives. Yet you should
    • form of life, is what the men of today should try to awaken in
    • mankind on Earth today is no less grave than that, and we should
    • consist of what we on Earth should call interjections —
    • should remain — such was their intention. There was in Italy in
    • methods of Initiation should not be transmuted into new ones. There
    • should be left to men on Earth only the knowledge of the outer
    • physical world, while of the super-sensible there should be no more
    • human eye, — that we should look at it with wonder, for it is
    • outward and visible world; we should attain it only in the inner
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    • Earth should be alive to the significance of what happens in sleep.
    • into a kind of harmony that we hear and understand. That this should
    • be so, that we should have in the time of sleep the Christ for our
    • man was before birth — or I should say, before conception —
    • very important for us that we should turn our attention to history.
    • of the whole knowledge man should really possess, will assuredly meet
    • have given expression. Should I however make bold to clothe in
    • standpoint of initiation knowledge, I should have to say: Rousseau,
    • in this smaller circle we should be able to touch on the more
    • should really be expressed in some entirely different way. You must
    • ‘togetherness’ that should subsist, the world over,
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    • that criminals should sleep well, while good people often have poor
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    • however, it is important that these things should in our age, be
    • get possession of man. And it is important that man should be aware
    • should, you see, depend entirely — in his lower nature —
    • beings should express themselves merely in the ebb and flow of the
    • but upon the influences that should be continually reaching man from
    • what he should properly be on the surface only, so that the entire
    • physical being of man should partake of the nature that is
    • with what should by rights be only on the surface, only in the
    • whom he should remain true throughout the further course of the
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    • I should not want to be undergoing this after-death life in any other
    • and inwardly as I am doing now, I should not feel the strong
    • impulsion to make it good. I should not want to free myself from this
    • man becomes very different after his death. For you should also think
    • incarnation. If you should say: “Here upon Earth we have such
    • Should He not therefore have said:
    • intended gradually to transform the Earth into a Kingdom that should
    • not be utterly absorbed in earthly things, but should pass over, ever
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    • These ideas should permeate us with warmth; they should become
    • neglect something that should be learned, something that should be
    • stream into us that we should have allowed during the preceding
    • trifling significance that a few people should come together who
    • I should like to emphasize that these expressions can
    • is necessary that the God should descend among human beings in order
    • Anthroposophists, however, should be people who will be so ripe for
    • anthroposophical teaching should be transformed in us into the strong
    • that the sons of gods should unite with the daughters of men, with
    • anthroposophy should become for us something totally different from
    • essential, however, is that it should not remain teaching but rather
    • character, into an entirely different disposition, and that it should
    • thus make totally different human beings of us. It should guide us in
    • then be possible. This should already have been implied in our having
    • taking up anthroposophical truths. Should they fail to do this, they
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    • intimate processes of the spiritual life of humanity. What we should
    • What we call preparation for the attainment of higher truths should
    • meet from week to week, our souls should gradually mature to the
    • feeling within our souls. There are certain things that should be
    • should find that our souls were then endowed with a high degree of
    • official science but that anthroposophists should learn to realize is
    • going on nevertheless. It is this fact that we should make clear to
    • ourselves: we can indeed speak of ages of transition, but we should
    • be the returning Christ. Anthroposophists, however, should be those
    • should and can mean to us, how it should prepare us to fulfill our
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    • senses remained. Paul said that man should purify his forces, his
    • should tear away the veil that covers the truth and, through
    • science should be an aid to this, but this will be impossible as long
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    • said, something that the anthroposophist should inscribe in his
    • misfortune. A reappearance of Halley's Comet should therefore give us
    • necessary, however, that human beings should regard this comet as an
    • omen; they should realize that things are no longer as they were in
    • should come under these influences. This influence is no longer
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    • are referred to by spiritual science, one should not believe that
    • spiritual world. No one, therefore, should harbor the belief that the
    • as vital life — should then really grow upward to a spiritual
    • understanding of the matter. They should then make it clear to
    • disastrous if human beings should fail to pass the spiritual test.
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    • divine-spiritual beings.” Now, however, human beings should
    • damage. Now, however, when one with more advanced faculties should be
    • should endeavor to accept this Christ event in just as neutral a way
    • Anthroposophy above all should help us in this. It will
    • should enter this land under the guidance of Christ. Even now the
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    • humanity should not lose its link with the spiritual world during the
    • unlikely, all the Gospels as printed documents should be lost.
    • truths could be spoken of tonight. Our souls, however, should not be
    • should gain from them the strength for daily work, a light that will
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    • be darkened for a certain time in order that man should fully master
    • controlled by an understanding bound to the brain, should not pass by
    • should be. Only sensual people can devote themselves to nudist
    • spiritual. People should not rush so blindly past what the heavenly
    • signs have to show them. Wisdom should inflame and enlighten its
    • he makes himself ripe for what should be brought forward as a third
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    • anthroposophist should be constantly aware of the hindrances he will
    • of his inner life, his life of soul, we should not begin by regarding
    • it as something simple and elementary. We should rather have the
    • should learn to understand that the knowledge contained in spiritual
    • the spiritual world. Realization of this should make him conscious of
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    • this question would lead at this moment too far afield. It should be
    • twentieth century is one that should bring about in the evolution of
    • that there should be as many souls as possible who here between birth
    • beings should enter more and more deeply into materialism, that they
    • should believe, according to the thinking of such initiates, that
    • how they should conduct themselves toward the spiritual world. They
    • are especially unclear how they should act in relation to those who
    • masters of those lodges, however, is that the human beings should not
    • know that they are dealing with the dead but rather should believe
    • this being that has taken such possession of man should also be able
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    • something of that sort but should strengthen the force and energy of
    • that one should inscribe anew every day within the soul. It should
    • man should weaken, everything could take a turn for the worse. Man is
    • what should be done for the evolution of humanity: to direct human
    • lecturing about truths, is most important. After that, people should
    • find their direction in freedom. One should not go any further than
    • the lecture, the communication of truths; the rest should follow in
    • You should well understand that Ireland is therefore
    • special land, we are able to say today. From this should emerge a
    • on — should acquaint himself with these things. Through this
    • least intellect, not the least capacity for making resolves, should
    • the world. This should not be done today, however, by just anyone who
    • earth; rather one should proceed in such a way that people are told
    • period. One should keep this matter clearly in view and recognize how
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    • hopeless. One should not be at all delighted with these utterances;
    • energy to mechanical energy. These things should not be treated by
    • First of all, it was necessary that a certain knowledge should recede
    • forces that are part of nature should be applied. One will have to
    • it was no incidental remark. It is something that should illuminate
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    • this should certainly not engender any pride in us — we see the
    • should be urged not to grasp this important event on earth in a
    • however, which reveals itself, I should like to say, with particular
    • sort might possibly be true.” Man should walk through this
    • sense perceptions; he should be able to go through the world making
    • this realm of destiny; he should be able to feel that in this realm
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    • given at our Christmas Foundation Meeting, I should like, in the
    • Rosicrucianism or some other occult designation, and I should like to
    • understanding of them. And so today I should like to give you a
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    • you something of the content of these strivings. Today I should like
    • should like however to tell you of another typical example, one that
    • when this should take place.
    • more deeply involved in physical existence than he should be, thereby
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    • should have to say: You give me your hand, my brother man, but it is
    • yet he says: one should not pursue Astrology, one should look only
    • I should like to give you a
    • the impression that he really should speak to you, then he will begin
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    • stand on the Earth in such a way that it should suffice for the Earth
    • fructify the seed brought forth from the Earth. Thence should arise
    • the etheric human form, which should itself establish its own
    • Man should grow up out of the Earth with the purity of plant-life,
    • shining; these should then in a certain season of the year be
    • human form, but etheric still; then Man should draw to himself
    • the kingdoms of the Earth. Thus — they thought — should
    • be ruled from the Sun; so that the tasks that should really be
    • was taken that one thing should not be forgotten but be preserved as
    • should have become, and so the Earth was left without a ruler, and
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    • shall have to deal, I should like today to speak further about some
    • I should, however, not
    • to research made independently through Spiritual Science; I should
    • These should never be received merely abstractly, one must identify
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    • not intended as such; the idea was that for an A one should learn at
    • far as possible, when fixing things in ordinary writing, one should
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    • spiritual light, indicating the direction they should take. What is
    • riddle, and it calls forth in man the feeling that he should be guided
    • by it, should take it as a strong impulse into his will, into his
    • sense, we should be aware of a sulphurous taste and even of a
    • we should look up from using iron materially for earthly purposes, and
    • It is not merely that we should look up in our thoughts from the
    • that we should also look up from what we use in the service of
    • onesidedly we should have to share in the experience of the paralysis
    • should go forth from these works, born out of the creative weaving of
    • times — that we should grasp just such a picture as this, for the
    • now we speak of this Michael Festival which should take its place with
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    • far as possible, when fixing things in ordinary writing, one should
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    • as far as possible they should flow into man's earthly physical body;
    • whole of humanity. It is of the utmost importance that we should
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    • is a matter that should not be lightly passed over. For when we speak
    • understanding receded, until to-day just where there should be
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    • against the very disturbing idea that the Easter Festival should fall
    • Michael” means that we should not organise our life merely out of
    • the material, but that we should be conscious that Michael, whose
    • should be determined from a heavenly standpoint. The Easter Festival
    • What is the nature of this festival? It is the festival that should
    • resurrection, contained in the Mystery of Golgotha, should teach man
    • At Easter we should submerge ourselves in Christ's Death and
    • — would be this: that a number of open-minded people should come
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    • should give us; we want it to affect us simply on its own. All the
    • more should this apply to the infinitely subtle and bewitching
    • should not imagine that all these occurrences in our soul are simply
    • more; she should spin straw into gold again. She is locked in another
    • “Then promise me, if you should become queen, to give me your
    • all this has been said, we should not be surprised to find that the
    • gods. We should not be surprised to hear that the most significant
    • of food before the bears should arrive, for he thought he might as
    • well enjoy his life for a while, in case it should be cut short. Now
    • more freely when it comes towards a child. It should not be entangled
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    • how one should satisfy a child today with the fairy story itself and
    • would now rather try to clarify what should exist in the soul of the
    • myths is that we should certainly know more than we are able to say,
    • indeed, a great deal more; and secondly, we should be willing to draw
    • unriddle it all, we should gradually be able to find the right
    • But it was galling to them that there should be anyone stronger than
    • the branch bent should be his bride; the others would have only the
    • tale should be related. If you always begin and end this way, you
    • point out where the other should look for a wife. Through the
    • should come forth out of the spiritual reality that lies in back of
    • conclusion, I should like to relate another fairy tale for you to
    • to know why they should avoid the poplar tree in the forest. So they
    • that every time he pulled the thread one of the giants should follow.
    • this tale, we should just let it penetrate our souls in order to
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    • The essential thing was that man should know: because it was a
    • was intended for humanity that this power should arise with still
    • of Golgotha in which the same truth is contained — should take
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    • things should disappear. No wonder if this knowledge cannot be
    • of ourselves. We should be strictly determined, placed in an
    • consciousness of his dependence on (or as we should rather say, his
    • Mystery, he should have grown truly humble — so humble that no
    • to him that only now could he learn to know what we today should call
    • For it is an urgent necessity that there should be a place on Earth
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    • man, so this Springtime Festival of the laying in the grave should at
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    • true inner freedom and are ripe to pass on to what should follow the
    • that which should permeate the J O A: eh-v. These were the
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    • should have chosen this particular material in order to point to much
    • sin that in a figure of one of the chief gods the nostrils should lie
    • the spiritual — we should say; the Yellow Caps are connected
    • should now call plasticine — most curious figures of gods. Just
    • or asylum, as we should say nowadays.
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    • These thoughts should make the whole history of the Ego and the fact
    • individuality whom they believed should pass from one body into
    • should not set out to discover whether we can consider these forms to
    • nature of things will ever and again be urged. I should like you to
    • that one should not be concerned with knowledge that is not contained
    • “Why then should we shun the pagan poets and
    • judgment as their laziness that is in evidence. We, however, should
    • should carry over something to later incarnations? I live in this
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    • been studying. I should like, first of all, to direct your minds to
    • spiritual-scientific view of the world should know something about
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    • Which does not mean that we should wish to retrieve the past; only to
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    • be overcome. This does not mean that in the future painters should be
    • should return to color-perspective, employ color-perspective.
    • however — this should have become perfectly clear to anthroposophists
    • as such. If someone covers the plane with blue, we should sense a retreat,
    • a drawing back; if with red or yellow, we should feel an approach, a
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    • should consider the tremendous seriousness of cognition. Also the abyss
    • realms, home of his soul. Sense-evidence should be purified, elevated
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    • progress should have become a
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    • genius of language reveals itself. And we should ask: When in the broadest
    • a human forehead the way one believes it should look is nonsense; this
    • spirits, is an anachronism. That man should outgrow the daimonic and
    • look over his shoulder; he creates in their company. What does he care
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    • there should be a continual quickening of abstract thoughts. What can
    • of the spirit. It should be seen, not explained. When I had the honor
    • over, for the edifice standing there should live as image, not in abstract
    • to be received by the cosmos, In a house the forms should be similarly
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    • white and black should be treated as self-contained images. But it is
    • we transcend naturalism. In this connection we should remember how genuine
    • actor should say the first words far back, then gradually advance, making
    • by the divine, then it will become what it should within civilization,
    • art, but they should make clear an immense desire to unfold the right
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    • education should be, our answer is: Anthroposophy must be that basis.
    • introduction. The point now at stake is that people should not
    • three principles should be known and recognised.
    • in the school. A pale child should be an enigma to me, a riddle to be
    • observe this same child at the age of fifty, I should probably find
    • unchanged, whereas we should be giving him concepts capable of
    • should like to speak quite simply about these things, and you must
    • teeth were to behave in the same way as these we should have new
    • often does not fit. If we were conscious of this process, we should
    • But the teacher should know
    • The essential thing is that we should know this, that we should fill
    • below. The teacher should be able to judge of this because he has
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    • beginning of what one should know concerning the eye; it is the most
    • one should enter very thoroughly into the observation of a human
    • having programmes of this kind. What matters is that we should have
    • kind of way you should experience the changing of the teeth through
    • symbolising activity. Children should have as few things as possible
    • which is called an “A.” Why should he have a relation to
    • an “A”? Why should he be interested in an
    • must turn. We should avoid a direct approach to the conventional
    • civilised man. Rather should we lead the children, in a vivid and
    • On no account should you teach reading first, but proceeding from
    • one will not be able to proceed as one really should today because
    • the remaining parts impassive should be taught as late as possible.
    • spirit that pervades the whole. It is very important that you should
    • possible in their meetings about what should be done in the various
    • vital that we should make these fundamental thoughts our own. We will
    • is one more thing I should like to put before you in conclusion.
    • should not waver. Were this to happen then the inner security which
    • should be his guide through life will totter and sway.
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    • kingdom. Minerals should not be introduced till twelfth year. History
    • should first be presented in living, imaginative pictures, through
    • legends, myths and stories. Only at eleven or twelve should any
    • which show one how these things should be taught. Now the important
    • living by means of manure. It is impossible that they should
    • brave. We should find it a very one-sided arrangement if people were
    • although this last should be administered in homeopathic doses. Or in
    • nose, we should have to draw it going backwards. In man only a little
    • twelfth year we should awaken these thoughts of plant-earth and
    • the earth as he should and will have the right attitude towards the
    • and effect. Even after the tenth year these conceptions should only
    • should not really be introduced into the curriculum until
    • between the eleventh and twelfth year. Before this time one should
    • regard to History, up to the twelfth year the child should be given
    • according to the idea of cause and effect. I should like to make this
    • should like to add a few remarks on this subject, for here too we
    • must read from the nature of the child how he should be treated. If
    • You should not arouse in the children the idea that staying in to do
    • should never get angry but should bear everything calmly. If I see
    • supposed to be learning. Why should I learn what he does not know?
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    • should teach with descriptive, imaginative pictures, for what the
    • children ask questions; we should be able to see from the face and
    • child should hold such a story in his memory; in fact, for the age of
    • yet really be cultivated, but all thinking should be developed in a
    • it to them beforehand. You should get the children to work out the
    • shoulder with your right hand
    • Touch your right shoulder with your left hand! Touch your left ear
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    • counting, each different number should be connected with the child
    • however should be derived from life itself, and here it is supremely
    • important to know from the beginning that we should not ever expect
    • that there should be moments in a man's life when in his thirtieth or
    • straight from life should you try to introduce counting by letting
    • the numbers follow each other. But the children should take an active
    • numbers in order, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and so on, you should
    • counting and you should now teach the child as follows: “This
    • looking at external objects. You should develop the child's thinking
    • a living way. I should like to emphasise that this method of
    • counting, real counting, should be presented to the child before he
    • something we should particularly bear in mind in the teaching of
    • skilful. You should teach the children to count from their own bodies
    • “object lessons” today) — this principle I should
    • One should always forget that one has understood it. This belongs to
    • the wonderful thing about the Theorem of Pythagoras, and we should
    • not forsake this realm of wonder but should remain within it.
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    • twelve years) should be based on modelling. Between seven and fourteen
    • and here I should like to say that in these few lectures our purpose
    • yourselves therefore should really try to learn anatomy by modelling
    • should have the very finest feeling for it; only then will one be
    • should learn to sing out of the inward joy he experiences in building
    • should have in your mind when you stand before your class in a
    • Singing lesson, I should like to use a comparison which may seem a
    • experience. We should know much more of the world if we could
    • experience the digestive process, for instance. We should then of
    • there is something that should really be present in the child at a
    • school; as I say, as far as circumstances allow, each child should
    • learn to play an instrument. As early as possible the children should
    • should really only be a kind of memorising instrument, is of course
    • should be chosen, and if possible one that can be blown upon. Here
    • going to say, a great deal of authority too. If you can, you should
    • remember, you should begin giving these Music and Singing lessons as
    • art of education the child should not enter school until the change
    • you should begin with some independent form of art as I have
    • should simply speak and be kept to this speaking.
    • ninth year we should not attach importance to translation, that is to
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    • approaches his twelfth year. Only then should we begin to speak about
    • We should
    • and chemical phenomena and so on. But even here we should connect it
    • itself. You should not begin your teaching of Physics as set forth in
    • books. You should start from a pair of scales; let the child imagine
    • golden rule for the whole of teaching is that the child should not
    • thought out a scheme whereby the children should always be allowed to
    • in their lessons in the right way should never tire them at all. And
    • Therefore it is imperative that fantasy should hold sway in the
    • fantasy should above all be the guiding principle in what are called
    • educator, should have first spoken about the subject with the
    • children; then the child should produce his composition under the
    • Even then the child should not just write whatever occurs to him; he
    • should always feel that a certain mood has been aroused in him
    • dear friends, I should just like to ask how it is possible that they
    • newspapers. I should like to know what meaning a sum like that can
    • I should like to get an actual sight of this watch which, having
    • whizzed away at this speed, then comes back again; I should like to
    • reality we should make the children do nothing, even in play, that is
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    • belonging to English life. Gymnastics should be taught by demonstration.
    • method of teaching? Or should there be no difference at all in the
    • early on it should be pointed out to the child that it is possible to
    • parts, but a measurement. The child should be taught this difference
    • is very important that the child should learn such things.
    • cannot say that no difference at all should be made between
    • multiplication and division in the first school years, but it should
    • what age and in what manner should we make the transition from the
    • one should endeavour to keep entirely to the concrete in Arithmetic,
    • basis for a money system is that it should be as concrete as
    • only reflects number, and it is natural that we should actually have
    • something concrete, and then make it abstract again. We should make
    • presented. [It should be noted that before this
    • and how should drawing be taught?
    • point of view one feels that the reality should be represented in
    • or a dog with lines. He should take a paint brush and make a painting
    • should start from painting and not from drawing. That is the
    • shade. Drawing should only be done in Geometry and all that is
    • Should
    • dead languages. Now Greek and Latin (for Greek should actually
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    • absolutely essential that such bias should be rectified.
    • In this series of lectures I should like, in the first place, to
    • should seek that knowledge of human nature which can afford a real
    • my wish that this attempt should not be confused with an actual
    • should such-and-such a process in man be termed abnormal? Even a
    • direction. I should like to denote the force which one can see in the
    • should therefore be no distinction between sickness in animals and in
    • the “normality of disease” should be investigated; that such
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    • examine and test in our laboratory work on these foodstuffs, should be
    • outside the human body and should not operate within that body. As the
    • that sphere are too much occupied, so that processes which should be
    • — and therefore, as we should say in the etheric sphere — becomes
    • should be applied in a rational manner. Institutions for the treatment
    • special institutions, then these institutions should be dissolved and
    • replaced by others as often as possible. There should, in fact, be a
    • organic activity taking place during sleep, which should really take
    • phenomenon which should be concurrent with a spirit and soul activity
    • take as an example the typical fatigue and exhaustion. I should prefer
    • Emaciation, similarly, should receive a dietary treatment, leading to
    • belief in authority and it should not be difficult to initiate such
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    • should like to put this question to healthy unbiased reason: how can
    • nerves. All this should have received attention. But instead of such
    • practical aspect, as to whether this or that remedy should be applied
    • growth should strictly speaking be the immediately adjacent part, its
    • should come to perceive, in passing downwards from plant to mineral,
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    • I should like to ask
    • attention should accordingly be directed to the study of this
    • which should not occur, otherwise he would not harbour too many of the
    • Here I should like to interpolate a comment. We human creatures would
    • appalling experience. We should have the same experience we get when
    • A comparative study should bring this interrelationship into sharp
    • we should have laid a very sound foundation for the remedial treatment
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    • the treatment of disease, we should be able to select one or other
    • particular point, and at least we should know how a fragmentary
    • special cases, of knowing the whole personality before us. This should
    • Then there is the factor of stature. We should always pay special
    • activity by the build and physique of the individual. One should
    • proper). So for instance we should ask the patient about his
    • Another question that should be put — although it may be
    • Then we should inform ourselves about the patient's eyesight: is he
    • Further, you should learn from the patients themselves their chief
    • salt, for instance. His most pronounced tastes in food should be
    • round. It should be noted whether a patient becomes dizzy easily
    • I should like to remind you of the general fact mentioned before that
    • Science should take here. But its intervention is somewhat peculiar. I
    • suggested that this should be replaced by macroscopic observation of
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    • as a unity, whereas in truth they should be considered in the in the
    • assure you that I should not reverence the ancient wisdom, had I not
    • We should recognise that all that we divide and separate on earth,
    • Now we must readily admit that we should not get much further in the
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    • interfered with by pregnancy, and the astral body has to shoulder the
    • pleurisy. And the lesson should be: beware of suppressing such
    • anxious that such symptoms should vanish; but it is highly advisable
    • to leave them to take their course. The medical man should watch over
    • during childhood. This means, one should try to ensure the most normal
    • process of man's growth and development. In this connection one should
    • is certainly an excellent thing. But it should be borne in mind that
    • powers of the soul is immense. These things should be studied; they
    • This should be an elementary piece of knowledge familiar to all;
    • diagnosis, the physician should visualise the position and attitude of
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    • link up what I have to explain with current ideas. Thus you should be
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    • disturbance of human activity. Definite investigations should be made
    • which should be limited to tongue and palate, whether the sensations
    • liver. Therefore one should try, in the case of liver disturbances
    • of its inhabitants' lungs. And it should be fully realised that almost
    • illness in any of this organic group should therefore be sought by
    • subject, and whether the cardiac symptoms should not be treated from
    • it. In all plants rich in silicates, careful investigation should be
    • Again, it should always be borne in mind that all substances working
    • should be accompanied by subjective perceptual experience; so as to
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    • natural and obvious that in these lectures we should seek the
    • elucidating for many experiences. I should like to put a few
    • remarkable form, just what should be done, in order to balance and
    • term negative soul states, we should do well to inquire whether
    • man. I should like to ask all those who restrict themselves (with a
    • something which his organism should do. Moreover man is so
    • should have here a concentration of all that is both spiritually and
    • ancient wisdom. I should never myself consider it admissible to
    • which I should like you to receive what I attempt to give. But it is a
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    • earth through the atmosphere, we should enter a zone of very different
    • what we might term the solidification. (We should not have any
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    • who has the task to heal should acquire a fundamental feeling
    • so forth, we should not limit their meaning to the inherent forces and
    • attributes recognised by modern chemistry, but that we should conceive
    • Followed by the conclusion: “Yes, I should have to practise meditation
    • particular formation of the teeth should be noted carefully, and
    • should and can then be counteracted by means of administering either
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    • For indeed no one should merely assert that clairvoyance is needed in
    • frustrated by social, especially hygienic, conditions which should,
    • structure, which should be there in the particular region. Careful
    • external influences; and thus we should not neglect the study of the
    • potencies — should enable us to dispense with the surgical removal of
    • degree. Having ascertained the main formula, we should vary it,
    • of concepts; in their case we should try to ascertain the state of the
    • does not much matter, for why should not our newspapers be composed by
    • yields more forces of logic, than without coffee. Therefore it should
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    • stressed this difference in public lectures, and should like to
    • Many things are discussed in our physiological text books: we should
    • connections of nature are then revealed. I suggest that you should try
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    • criticism should teach us a very great deal. Take an illustrative
    • suffer in this direction — well we should all be perceptibly tainted
    • speaking they should not produce immediately — i.e., as excitements
    • should become permeated with the intellect, tempered by the reason and
    • teach and enable it to take the part it should in the telluric outside
    • most desirable that tests should be made as to the degree of
    • pouring into the wood and bark should be united with the human skin
    • should be invaginated into the interior of man. Thus the tree would be
    • it superfluous to pass on to a matter which should be very useful in
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    • from which they should be, and normally are, free. If the normal
    • processes to which the internal organism should be quite indifferent
    • to inflict some injury on himself rather than to break what should
    • treatment for disease. This use of light and color should be more
    • of the head; we should take the patient into a blue room and
    • of the organism upon the head function, we should take the person out
    • In my opinion much importance should be attached to these methods in a
    • is important in itself, and should be given scope. Through this
    • care should be taken to mix the particular liquid employed, whether
    • should like to give you some examples; here is one: “Put your feet in
    • early youth, that throughout the whole of life, what should have been
    • evolved which should be evolved in the adult. To put it in another
    • child should be educated by imitation, and that after dentition,
    • education and teaching should attach great importance to authority.
    • naturally subtle organisations) which should normally remain latent
    • tend to accumulate and conserve what should only be unfolded as an
    • however slightly, has its continuance, or should have it, in some
    • that the fluorine action should not go beyond a certain point and make
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    • put before you some facts which should throw light on man in the state
    • too materialistic lines; for we should really regard such external
    • circumstance should help to explain the connection of toothache and
    • processes is so difficult that we should carefully consider such
    • destructively. This is what should be especially noted.
    • whole pulp of the tooth is “dead” an attempt should be made to adapt
    • natural tendency, should — if I may say so — be treated with
    • physical disorders, attention should be given to the state of the
    • disturbances should be examined. Physical sicknesses should always
    • nature, that alone should be an indication for treatment of the lower
    • should only be employed in cases where we can assure ourselves that
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    • bodily area. It is only natural that they should cause symptoms such
    • environment? Should these cosmic forces attain their full expression
    • and take full possession of the plant, and should the planets not
    • of the organism which should not exist. In this region the affected
    • multiplication of what should not multiply in our organism, namely the
    • favourable sphere of life should not exist for them. It should not
    • arise as a specially enclosed sphere; it should permeate and operate
    • place. The forces that should only act etherically in the upper
    • area is created in the abdomen, which should not be localised there,
    • but should permeate the whole body. The result is a species of
    • no longer work properly if what should be mediator to their activity
    • From the convulsive exertion of powers which should not be used so much
    • greatest nonsense in the form it takes today; but we should realise
    • lower organic spheres in man should receive recognition in medicine,
    • direction. Far be it from me to suggest that physicians should not
    • co-operation of the specialising experts should steadily increase.
    • the foetal stage that the etheric body should have these points for
    • childhood most attention should be paid to the salt-process, in middle
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    • for which I should like to coin the term “albuminising forces,” the
    • rule that should not be disregarded. Antimony should be administered
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    • this region. Gradually, too, we should be able to recognise injuries
    • externally by prescribing rest, should this be practicable for the
    • point is that dancing should not be exaggerated and should be
    • in miniature, but should withdraw from the earth's processes. The man
    • of copper, we should make it a golden rule to administer copper here
    • too much digestive matter should pass into the blood, and which are
    • should inquire whether they sleep well and are ready for work. That is
    • should have more regard to the whole course of the life in question,
    • sphere: what the liver should take up into the physical body is
    • correspondence for pathography. It should be possible to introduce the
    • paradoxical that it should be left for spiritual science to advocate
    • yesterday — we should trace the whole antimonising process, in order
    • the cure for materialism should appear in the very field of medicine
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    • education for healthy children should already be possessed by one who
    • most important that we should be able to do this, to perceive what
    • fundamentally of the same nature. We should really speak, therefore,
    • most important we should take pains to discern whether in a
    • consideration. But now, a hereditary defect should not be regarded in
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    • into the question of how mental illnesses in grown-up people should
    • of the soul. It is important that we should pay attention to what is
    • Prosecutor”. It should rather be called: “Friedrich
    • ooze out of the china, we should take him for a simpleton indeed. To
    • there we should be entering the field of esoteric instruction.
    • teacher's etheric body (and this should follow quite naturally as a
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    • rightly acquisitive, but this acquisitiveness should not enter will.
    • is that you should come to see how in this domain too, sound
    • come forth again. What the human being should be able to do,
    • again into the world in all directions. The lung should be merely the
    • giddiness. If we should find that the gaps in consciousness are only
    • connection with warmth, we should accustom epileptic children
    • should be clothed in such a way as to induce a tendency to sweating;
    • sweating should be always mildly present in them in nascent state.
    • They should, in fact, be a little too warmly clad. This is
    • remedies, nor should we shrink from doing so. As soon as the
    • from pre-earthly existence and should find its way through to an
    • congested in the whole human organism. For we should be able to
    • should be studied by anyone who wants to form his conclusions
    • connection with what it must and should receive. It must have the
    • into the sphere of the will. And then it is important that you should
    • defects that are due to the working of karma. You should be able to
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    • of importance. For the rest, we should not intervene in the work of
    • organ there is a definite relationship that should obtain between
    • thought, when it is ideas that should unfold, it may be that in
    • certain forms of illness these ideas, at the moment they should
    • in the mind. Every such idea which, at the moment when it should come
    • patient. And that is how it should be, when we take with us into the
    • also the other symptoms of sweating and bed-wetting, should be
    • why it is of such paramount importance that, as teachers, we should
    • symptom! Not that we should go about the world, proclaiming with a
    • human beings. One must not do that — not in our time! We should
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    • this boy, I should like to draw for you here a sketch of the human
    • that do not come back to him, we should bring before him repeatedly,
    • his view; he should not ponder overmuch about the world, but “behold”
    • So, with these children — who should indeed be protected in the
    • that he should at times speak more quietly, that he ought really to
    • is prepared from fruit, we should be nurturing and fostering his
    • copiously with salt, but we should give him foods in which salt is
    • If their condition has become decidedly pathological, we should try
    • also to bring fragrance and aroma into their food; they should have
    • all. It is accordingly most important that we should always include
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    • time that should never be disregarded in children — the habit,
    • limb system — should be completely taken into the head
    • course of life, the whole system of movement in man should become a
    • that he should attain comparatively late those faculties which depend
    • Obviously a special effort should have been made to begin with
    • among other things, hydrocephalic. I stipulated that he should be
    • organisation cannot dive down into the organism as they should. They
    • organization does not come off as it should. The reason is to be
    • is of the greatest importance that the possibility should be there,
    • should be constantly watching to see that the children are attentive
    • child of this kind should be able to notice that we take an interest
    • it is even more urgent than with other children that he should be led
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    • astral body is not in good working order. The astral body should by
    • they do not harden as much as they should. We have not here to do
    • work as they should from the direction of the head organisation.
    • should they be so? The organs are stunted because the child did not
    • tolerate just the particular kind of food that should find its
    • naturally always the possibility that the onset of a fit should be
    • fashion forms, to carve. He should simply be given a piece of wood,
    • then it will be important that he should begin — or continue —
    • with instead of one. For if you should ever succeed in making some
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    • ascendancy over what should have been provided for by the
    • educational point of view that you should have opportunity to observe
    • you will find that consciousness — which should, generally
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    • no reason at all why he should not take it. He does not understand
    • matter of course it should come about that the child regards his
    • for granted — far more important for him is that he should
    • conceited in relation to other things as well. It should indeed be a
    • nature should be carefully noted. But let us now consider two kinds
    • he should go so far as to click his tongue at the same time, then
    • child, we should find it possible to speak with him quite plainly and
    • should be. It is of course most important to be watchful for crises
    • where breaking-down forces should be at work — and is not a
    • we should have a child of this kind to look after, who is rather
    • purpose. I should add that in the latter case, you must make sure
    • is most important that it should be freshly grated; if allowed to
    • should not be overlooked. In the case we are considering, a great
    • from suggesting you should start inveighing openly against it; in
    • being developed to become what they should become, deteriorate and
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    • not in proper contact with limbs. Should be made aware of skilfulness
    • similar character should touch their feet with their heads. Quick but
    • age. School attainments reported nil. He should paint and express in
    • interest. Afterwards I tried to suggest to him that he should make
    • there”: but if the situation requires that he should bring the
    • ether and physical bodies set up a powerful resistance. What should
    • it would have been earlier; we should however set ourselves even now
    • point things that the boy follows with a certain interest, we should
    • it should happen that you have to do with younger children who
    • nature of a life-work such as you are undertaking should not allow
    • not that you should all day long be constantly on the watch —
    • not that at all, but rather that you should acquire a quick sense for
    • medicaments? The boy should have algae and belladonna. Therapeutical
    • them; for you should, you know, be ready to make use of them on your
    • should have to be clairvoyant. To say that betokens an inner laziness
    • when they should do so, they find themselves assailed by a vanity
    • is a matter that should receive serious consideration from those of
    • women should rise up among us and exercise a regenerating influence
    • should be every bit as interesting to us as Saturn, Sun and Moon. For
    • you should cultivate, with the utmost humility, this devotion in the
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    • should. You must never lose sight of the fact that where a process of
    • of this nature is, you see, present. Starting from it, we should now
    • try to work on further. We should, for example, take with the child
    • therapy we have already indicated; the girl should have compresses
    • and is behind-hand with all the education he should have received in
    • forwards and backwards. Wherever possible, the same method should
    • And it should really be so that we accompany — and in that way
    • there are many such aspects. Apart from that, I should not have
    • attract what should really be in the sphere of the Moon's influence:
    • which rightly stands in connection with the growth forces and should
    • along the legs and on the shoulder-blades, and then try the
    • now I should like you to bring forward any questions you are wanting
    • attending the lectures was not as it should be.”)
    • is surely quite unnecessary that we should waste time discussing what
    • being given in this course. If it should prove that anyone is not
    • has been transplanted into the Roman stream. You should study that
    • For treatment, the boy should have sugar injections D 6, seven
    • injections in fourteen days. Afterwards he should be sponged with
    • day. That will strengthen his I. He should have stories told
    • with it. Then, the boy should be taught some practical job. He
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    • direction; what should then happen is that in the practice of life
    • things that seem to come in our way. On the contrary, it should be
    • of Eurythmy. Here too it should be evident that you must look
    • was first begun, the condition was laid down that it should not be
    • Foundation Meeting. And conversely you should keep constantly in mind
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    • feeling for Anthroposophy) I should like to characterise in the
    • Anthroposophy with true understanding, will say: Why should it
    • to-day? Why should not a man who enters the world fully
    • itself demands that we should employ the least possible inner
    • outer world should only speak to us through the observation of
    • the force of Thinking should be directed for a time not
    • course that there should be added to the Goetheanum a centre of
    • should exist between Anthroposophical knowledge and the
    • practical work of Healing, and that this should exist as such a
    • in the human being, there should grow a conception of
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    • are objectionable; we should perceive what they reveal to us.)
    • in the same way by warmth we should be made ill by it. It is
    • enter into him as they should
    • which belongs properly to the nervous system. While it should
    • such may arise) — become active somewhere where they should
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    • we were to give only silicic acid, we should, it is
    • system in the head, but we should leave the surrounding part,
    • Ego have forsaken them, we should be able to describe this
    • the gentian should be boiled and given in order to regulate the
    • studied should be as far as possible in a state of movement;
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    • a feeling for Anthroposophy) I should like to characterise in
    • understanding, will say: Why should it not be possible —
    • should not a man who enters the world fully equipped with the
    • that we should employ the least possible inner activity in our
    • thinking, and that that which exists in the outer world should
    • capacity and the force of Thinking should be directed for a
    • there should be added to the Goetheanum a centre of Healing.
    • we have the outer image of how close a connection should exist
    • Healing, and that this should exist as such a spiritual Art
    • being, there should grow a conception of Therapeutics, of
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    • objectionable; we should perceive what they reveal to us). The
    • we should be made ill by it. It is only when, through the
    • should be transformed, but he does so more rampantly. Then
    • system. While it should play its part there in the physical
    • active somewhere where they should not. That which works in a
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    • only silicic acid, we should, it is true, send back the Ego
    • should leave the surrounding part, i.e., the grey matter
    • body and Ego have forsaken them, we should be able to describe
    • gentian should be boiled and given in order to regulate the
    • studied should be as far as possible in a state of movement;
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    • physical body and the etheric body, I should choose, out of all the
    • the silicic acid processes, which should have a reaction inwards, are
    • equipoise that should exist between the astral body and the Ego. So
    • was able to produce its effects through ceremonial, as we should call
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    • the silicic acid processes, which should have a reaction inwards, are
    • equipoise that should exist between the astral body and the Ego. So
    • was able to produce its effects through ceremonial, as we should call
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    • the home where I did not find the kind of hearing that I should
    • should have obtained a hearing, was it possible to find any
    • against all utopianisms, should itself be taken for a Utopia by
    • should feel it their personal duty to speak out, when
    • determined to travel on It, then at any rate they should put up
    • say to-night in addition. I should only like to point out,
    • should like to know otherwise, why they surrendered
    • the Works' Councils; I should like to refer to the brief
    • that first of all these Works' Councils should be set upon
    • businesses should come from the Works' Councils of these
    • discussion, it only requires that I should add one thing
    • as well as for the present time, is that we should find means
    • into three pieces; all I want is, that those people should come
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    • By this we mean not only that they should be well prepared in
    • their midst who should carry on cultural life when the
    • should be preserved. He was
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    • them should be assigned a special task or mission, then this
    • memories should extend back to those who had listened to the
    • verified a great historical law that should be of special
    • the wish to discuss something should actually be construed as
    • a sign of ignorance. On the other hand, we should cultivate
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    • admiration should be superfluous. Specifically, let us look
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    • should be stressed, but rather the fact that he found he was
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    • should not simply be a theory about the world, life, and the
    • human being, but that it should become the most profound
    • Those who have a feeling for these great truths should hurry
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    • which spiritual life should flow into our hearts. Even though
    • Therefore, on the Atlantean continent we should distinguish
    • Sun. We should not forget that the physical sun is only the
    • development should be carried forward. This preservation of
    • world should be viewed as the members and limbs of the
    • developed in such a way that they should learn to love the
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    • In the lecture yesterday I pointed out how we should have to study
    • To demand that one should believe in the spirit would have been absurd
    • the most developed, the men whom we should call civilized in our
    • conception as we should today, but as a picture — when men
    • themselves thrust into a Nature which had lost its spirit, we should
    • An important point for the candidate for Initiation was that he should
    • sleep is a thing of the past, such a relation should not occur, it
    • body should properly do. Something which has now become an abnormality
    • It was quite appropriate that popular usage should call such men
    • nailing the box to a wall — and then we should have had a little
    • house and we should have had relativity again — but this might
    • which should worry ordinary science — though it does not!
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    • scientific ideas. The sort of law which we should recognize as
    • inside the skin of a human being. We should be very much mistaken were
    • should read in his book all the incredible lies which flowed into his
    • three of our days, we should see that what we experienced in its
    • with the Cosmos has been lost also. Indeed, we should have been
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    • as we should say, of pondering on one's own salvation. The Druids
    • present knowledge were transposed into the Druid culture, we should
    • the Wotan forces, should be freed from Hel — for this is really a
    • later conception — but on the question of how he should be
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    • will have to be of an aphoristic character. I should like to speak a
    • near future knowledge of the spiritual world should be made more and
    • That we may clearly understand one another, I should like to draw your
    • extends beyond the grave he feels a sort of shame that it should be
    • living, talking to them about what this daily life should be, then, by
    • study Anthroposophy should associate together. As I have already said,
    • whom he has associated. That is a deeper reason why we should work
    • together and are anxious that any member who dies should, before his
    • should think the thoughts through to their end and not think
    • help should have been Anthroposophists in life, although, of course,
    • strongly. Therefore we should not omit to read to those souls who in
    • spiritual world, and he expects from us on earth that we should show
    • There is just one thing more to which I should like to draw your
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    • again being given out by Spiritual Science should appear to him
    • centuries before our birth, that it should be so, we shall find it
    • should like to show, by means of a few examples, how life before birth
    • Should this doubt exist, it sets up a dreadful conflict within him.
    • should only be developed if at the same time the teacher is determined
    • economised from early childhood. But one should mistrust the
    • some people dish up such information on a salver as it were. We should
    • so, at the conclusion of, to me, such a happy union here, I should
    • more and more necessary it is that he shouldst have Spiritual Science,
    • the first time — I should like to feel that this visit will draw
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    • should like to do this by setting before you how, under the influence
    • knew that when the souls should have been reborn again and again, this
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    • festivals of the year. This should be a kind of Michael festival,
    • I should like to try to bring closer to you the Easter thought
    • who says, for example, that we should not pull down the spiritual into
    • the physical sense world, should at the same time maintain that the
    • exists. Then, should mankind not find it possible to resist these
    • we should not view the Christ only in the way He comes to Earth out of
    • should view this Christ Event also from the standpoint that the Christ
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    • We should not underestimate the significance it once held for mankind
    • counter-manifestation of the fading sense-perceptible; this should as
    • Man should become permeated, out of anthroposophical spiritual
    • something is dissolved, and then by some process we should cause this
    • within the Society should of course be carried out, the members should
    • which should become living as a festival in the course of the year,
    • should permeate ourselves, at least in our cognition, to begin with.
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    • festivals. Today I should like to go back to very ancient times and
    • over man, I should like to say as a force, as an impulse, which could
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    • I should like to carry to a still wider horizon the reflections I have
    • should be revealed out of the heavens in all seriousness what they
    • should have to say the following — I beg you, however, to realize
    • of him that he should learn to know Nature. Thus at the autumn equinox
    • as an admonition pointing to what should be carried on by the souls
    • should grasp in the nature-knowledge a picture, a reflection, of a
    • what previously had been festivals of gifts will become, or should
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • — can become guiding principles for education as it should be in the
    • In order that the Ego should be strengthened, it was necessary for
  • Title: Lecture II: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • is quite as it should be; and the only way to arrive at a satisfactory
    • Obviously the cake. What matters is that the cake should receive the
    • baked, should turn into a cake of the desired form.
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    • already! It is perfectly natural that he should do so. It is natural
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    • characters should not be appended only to show that
    • Thou, my protectress! To thee should I dedicate my life: for in
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    • poetry. I should like to draw attention to two facts – things
    • Why shouldst thou
    • Should now love
    • Drowned is reason that should me
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    • all of which sounds forth again in the poem, as indeed it should
    • observation to mental representation that should manifest itself in
    • rather should be described only as the last step: for the dramatic
    • his shoulder,
    • held back so that what should terminate in representation does not
    • singing-teachers. The essential thing is that what should stay in
    • subject such as this – a man should not just be wrenched out
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    • overcome. Our times require that this prejudice should be overcome.
    • begin with something lyrical. From this you should actually be able
    • This should really be ever-present
    • I should only like to point out a few details – our limited
    • this is the delicate musical element which should become
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    • with shivering drew her shoulders now
    • with switherings. Should she go?
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    • sole criterion, we should lose poetry and art altogether. All the
    • at one time should now assume other forms. But these new forms can
    • should be present in an artistic sensibility. We will therefore
    • As he should feare, soe fearing thee?
    • poetry springs from the whole man, how it should emerge from the
    • body what should be experienced on a quite different plane. The
    • pupil should on no account be made to do anything but live with
    • a poet as Joseph Misson should have resorted to Austrian dialect
    • who should know better than their creator?) the characters formed
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    • should be apparent upon hearing a passage from the
    • As all the world their motion should preserve.
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    • though then I should need more time. I should like to make a point
    • however, be more than an illustration: it should point to the
    • Should swallow it up in a swirl of
    • should last!
    • A wound in the shoulder, gaping and
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • understanding should be possible. And a mark of a healthy soul-life
    • person's subconscious, as something which should on no account
    • Cognition should be the means whereby one soul comes to an
    • cognition, and they should touch his Will only by this indirect
    • that should rest in the personality, the individuality, of each man
    • and should not be approached save through the door of conscious
    • disciples; hence the appearances are quite individual, and we should
    • bear the Christ in our Will; but the way in which men should come to
    • the whole earth is his domain, then we should have the very picture
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • it embraces the whole of Theosophy; hence it should not be labeled
    • faulty modes of thinking they should spring up in minds such as
    • however, that we should first permeate ourselves, at least
    • should make ourselves familiar with the idea that when something does
    • more calmly. For we should reflect that in every true modern
    • to undertake something for ourselves, and we should not complain that
    • should come only from a serious resolve — is a good ground for
    • assume them beforehand. Hence we should start from the universally
    • the magnitude of the effort which should lead us to that ideal. As
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • Adepts, should feel the highest respect for such lofty individuals.
    • must agree that Buddha should be looked on as one of the highest
    • the Master, the Adept, or the Buddha? Why should he not? This must
    • Adept, we should have to place Him in a line with other
    • that he should recognise God as identical with his own being:
    • Faith. His idea is that what a man should attain concerning such
    • knowledge which should stem from the human soul.
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • John to the consummation of the Mystery of Golgotha, should come
    • soul-experience should be so dependent upon an historic fact —
    • ventures to speak of the mysteries of Christianity should remain
    • eyes. Should he wish at the same time to understand another passage,
    • this thirst for knowledge is necessary today. One should rather say
    • a certain explanation of the foundations of the Gospels should be
    • all-comprehending wisdom should choose such a form for His answer?
    • rightly, ‘To thy question I should have to give an answer that
    • should perhaps say nowadays, in the edition he possessed, he had
    • should be born from the soul, as the higher Mysteries must be, were
    • yesterday how on the ground of Christianity we should speak, for
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • order to produce this physical body? If this were true, we should
    • that the external bodily Form should disappear completely? May it not
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • No one, however, should conclude that a person who simply pronounces
    • Let us ask how should the Resurrection, as historical fact, fit in
    • call themselves Christians should cause something within them to
    • united we get a liquid. Why should it be incomprehensible that the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • pride. It should not be far from the heart of a true anthroposophist
    • into the real nature of human understanding. Here I should like to
    • planetary evolutions so that it should become the physical body on
    • by the Luciferic influence from becoming what it should have become
    • quite another way: we should then know in truth what we are. As
    • physical body, its complete annulment as regards its Form, should
    • Christ Jesus should be such as we have described it —
    • necessary that the Christ-Being should have resolved to descend into
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • the progenitor of the human race, we should have to draw a
    • described, should find a remarkable change when they discovered him
    • the rule that the individuality should leave behind in his bodies
    • the Phantom should remain untouched by the material elements that man
    • through the Saturn, Sun, and Moon periods, should not have been
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • evolution of the nineteenth century. The connection that should exist
    • not happened, we should not have seen all those misunderstandings
    • it was necessary that this age should have a compensation for the
    • to us from another planet? Why should we believe that the earth is so
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • person concerned should gaze upon the plant, which grows out of the
    • to pass as it has done, as I have experienced it, I should not have
    • human evolution that souls should first accept the other Christian
    • depend. Just as it was necessary that the first Christ-Event should
    • descended from Divine Heights: it was ordained for him that he should
    • human prototype through the Redemption on Golgotha.’ Men should
    • when they thank Christ for it, should recognise that human opinions
    • often using the word. This Redemption-thought should be felt by a
    • should the anthroposophist always feel. The true Redemption can be
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    • should not utterly succumb to this world of sense. And so there is
    • material world as such; this enabled him to shoulder and work out his
    • should fall back in our progress to exactly the same extent to which
    • which man should be thankful. For karma says to us: If you have
    • should be, that is implicit in it. Those who know that the progress of
    • variations one hears this easy-going way of talking: Why should I
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    • should be visible to the initiates; and the hosts of Lucifer were
    • a whole group of human beings; the reason why just this group should
    • become in consequence of this, we should recognize in the quakes and
    • since the time of Atlantis, the suggestion should not arise that any
    • catastrophes. But it should never so much as occur to anyone to attach
    • with the guilt to which the catastrophes are due and it should never
    • catastrophes can be foreseen, why should it not be possible to give
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    • years after cannot annul, that it should make the promise of none
    • the law? It was added because of transgressions, till the seed should
    • righteousness should have been by the law.”
    • they should develop on into the future. In the Letters to the seven
    • have gone into the Greek Mysteries and we should there have beheld the
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    • I should like to
    • It is of no value to criticize these conditions; rather should we
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    • at night, and we should think it absurd to ignore the course of the
    • day. We should also think it absurd not to pay due heed to the
    • should come to be a manifestation of divine beauty. The Greek
    • particular aspect of the aim of Waldorf School education, I should
    • vigorously that his shoulders have to be well shaken to prevent him
    • thought it barbaric that the boys should not wrestle and fall upon
    • harmonized in such a way that the separate parts should work together
    • truly and that for any particular mood of his soul he should be able
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    • with the object that this ideal should stimulate ideas which ought to
    • should be properly understood, but it can only be understood by
    • replaced by new ones, but throughout our whole life we should remain
    • children as we are up to the seventh year. We should not unfold the
    • child up to the seventh year he should recognize that a physical body
    • up to this point, should, despite its different nature, proceed just
    • actions were to become habitual, so habitual that it should be
    • Greek civilization, for why should one wish to keep that which
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    • education should proceed just as the Greek educated the body? We have
    • of our own being should we have if this association of ideas were
    • being. If his feeling is healthy he should be able to feel himself
    • pedagogy should become so practical, so clear and so living a
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • and twenty-first years they should be acquiring not only outer
    • should the child put up with it? We regard it as our obvious business
    • But they should consider this: If education is so bad that it must be
    • shoulders). The word did not only live in the organs of speech but in
    • the whole being of man, you should go to the demonstration of
    • impulses of education, one really should say: All that humanity has
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    • or that method should be used in teaching. Very frequently the
    • the human being should be available. But education is a social
    • element of love should pervade the help we give to the child as he learns
    • women. We should speak in ordinary language to the child and avoid
    • should gain self-knowledge. All that happens in the child's
    • lovingly and give them what their own being needs. We should not inflict
    • doll. Rather should we be able to throw ourselves into the child's
    • nature, and should therefore have no place in his play.
    • plough, the essential thing is that it should express
    • Kindergarten work should consist simply and solely of imitative
    • nature of our modern civilization, that a man should be fully awake
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    • and by inner activity of soul. Still we should realize with what a wonderful
    • imagery, and this fact should indicate to us the fundamental
    • possible significance. Never should it be thought that man is
    • Gods ordained that spirit should be directly and immediately active
    • healthy culture and exercise of the body should take, we must first
    • our organism that sleep alone can rectify. In a certain sense we should
    • ideal is that the child should grow up an exact copy of his elders,
    • we should lead over into games, into free movements in space, what the hands
    • the child should be encouraged to learn some kind of musical
    • into movements in space, which should be a continuation, as it were,
    • teacher himself should be an artist through and through. The more joy
    • likes or dislikes what kind of education should be given to our
    • Education should rather be dictated by the needs of human nature
    • should have been so, but the point I want now to make is that in true
    • we should arm ourselves with a true knowledge of man, with the
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    • (after the change of teeth) all teaching should be given in an artistic,
    • We should speak of the plants as holding converse with us and with
    • important that the child should not get into his head the false ideas
    • We should try
    • should be as definite as possible, they should be definitions and the
    • forty years of age, it should not be a mere repetition of something
    • connection with the configuration of the earth. The child should feel the
    • earth should be at the same time a knowledge of the world of the plants.
    • should first of all be shown how the lifeless mineral is a residue of life,
    • I am now speaking, nothing in the way of mineralogy should be taught the
    • world of the plants should be related to the earth and the child should
    • should the animal-world as a whole be related to man. The child is thus
    • have kinship to the earth, the animals to man — this should be
    • can pass on to study man himself. This should be when the child is
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    • Whereas lessons on the plant and animal kingdoms should be given at a
    • various points. Then we should explain to the child that for the sake
    • the idea that they should be bent inwards to regulate and complete
    • should use with the child is first to set down the sum before him and
    • and division we should not ask what will result when we divide 10
    • immediately adapted to life and should we succeed in this, the result
    • one which in my view should develop out of the other, and which is
    • think of all we should have to carry about in our heads if we could
    • mean that it should be a matter for rejoicing whenever children forget.
    • should be given that has not previously been a matter of deep experience
    • rooted in his organism: “Why should I learn all these things?
    • historical figures for instance the teacher should not first of all
    • should convey a conception of time by a picture of successive
    • said many times that education should work upon the being of man as a whole
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    • have said as to the way. in which we should teach the child about Nature,
    • mainspring of all Nature-study should be the relationship of the
    • We should only begin to deal with the mineral kingdom when the child
    • all this should be postponed until the period lying between the
    • by physics and chemistry. These processes which should gradually lead
    • and imaginative. Abstract reasoning from cause to effect should not
    • factory-spinning. They should also have some knowledge of elementary
    • time when this should be done, namely, at the age of fourteen or fifteen.
    • All other study, all other books and reading, should be a means of
    • point has been to recognize from their age what should be given to
    • is nevertheless profoundly true that human beings should learn to
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    • particular faculties that should be unfolded during the different
    • condition of the child's soul. We should, for example, understand too
    • should be to add to what is required by prosaic culture and
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    • neither should the spiritual be neglected in favour of the
    • actual conditions of life. I should like to express myself
    • interest which every man should have for others. In everyday
    • attitude. What matters is that we should develop our
    • suggests this or that as one's idea of how education should
    • educational reform. The fact that we should have to reckon with
    • are to develop a right sense for what should be brought to the
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    • This is not enough. So today I should like to lay certain
    • said yesterday that man should be observed as a being
    • which I should like to put before you, two personalities who
    • time in the life of a man when he should be able in some way to
    • should be able to fulfil something of his karma; but once more
    • personality when he enters his thirties and should then develop
    • you, I should not have it done.” I did all I could to
    • education based on anthroposophy. From the outset one should
    • should do it like this or like that, you should employ this or
    • should educate, but the first thing is to hold Training Courses
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    • methods are not to be condemned; on the contrary they should be
    • which I should like to characterise in the following way.
    • should avoid doing anything which he should not imitate. This
    • is how we educate him. If we say: You should not do this or
    • comes to this: with our whole manhood we should fully
    • should be reckoned with. Education in the kindergarten should
    • we should do something or not do it, just because there are
    • The child must be guided in everything which he should do or
    • by saying: You should do this, you should not do that. It
    • own little way, but without suggesting that he should make
    • rigid scientific form should be excluded from class teaching.
    • school, if so desired; but I should be really furious if I were
    • is that one should enter into and experience things in a living
    • life. They cannot progress much farther, and what should be
    • Anthroposophical Society should really only consist of people
    • one should grasp every scrap of insight one can lay hold of in
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    • put to me in connection with our subject and I should like to
    • has been put I should like to interpolate the following
    • that in this study of man we should proceed in a truly
    • beings. Indeed this is the best approach, for we should appeal
    • earth in which it grows. Both belong together. And one should
    • between the plant and its environment should not be destroyed,
    • that on school outings and similar occasions die plants should
    • this. So the plant also (they say) should have an independent
    • shall hear it later. Should my speed exceed the speed of the
    • form a judgment and think; Well, why should I know that? He
    • education today eurythmy should stand side by side with
    • of causation. Before the 7th year the child should most
    • historical events have to be sought. Before this we should only
    • child's development. It is all very well to say that one should
    • being who does not grow. But we should not awaken in the child
    • ideas which cannot grow with him, for then we should be doing
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    • should like to make clear first of all that the soul of all the
    • they should certainly have some medical knowledge, as much as a
    • should have the deepest interest in, and pay the greatest
    • to the decision that I should be entrusted with the boy's
    • uninteresting to me. And I know that I should never have been
    • Then we think it very important that the children should be
    • since its foundation. For instance pupils came to us who should
    • languages. Now these new children should join them, but they
    • mice. But you should see how the whole moral atmosphere and
    • one knows how to get on with the children. They should be
    • allowed to satisfy their urge for movement; one should not fall
    • should, provided the teacher knows how to arouse their
    • of mind changes completely, and it should never happen that a
    • for an examination. But in actual fact no one should enter a
    • we should never have been able to create the Waldorf School. It
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    • concerning questions of method, I should like to add
    • should seek to achieve in our education and moreover to do this
    • should be done. We need the support of that social element in
    • and above all to become clear in his own mind what he should do
    • in the parents a concern that nothing should occur which might
    • from the sun; if the sun were not there I should not be able to
    • receive from the sun I should not be able to give you anything
    • should not learn to teach out of any other book than the one
    • the opinion that all children should be like his own. He must
    • subconsciously of the opinion that all children should be like
    • teaching, he becomes dried up. We should nevertheless perceive
    • the course of a few years' teaching — where should he
    • middle classes. There the view is held that people should get
    • would stand on the ground of a healthy education we should not
    • life, nothing should be thought out. Hence, in spite of the
    • rationalistic age. Nothing that is merely thought out should
    • child who has reached the stage of changing his teeth should
    • has become abstract — should be developed out of a kind
    • should be borne in mind that the child is very sensitive to
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    • man, you formed a clear idea of what should be the relation
    • back the child's colour; for, should we do so, the following
    • man one may think that everything possible should be done to
    • function as it should. Now in this case the remedy is not to be
    • learnt, should have his potato ration gradually decreased, then
    • acquaintance — such actual examples should most certainly
    • being with aesthetic potentialities; and we should neglect no
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    • should take a foremost place in the curriculum of a training
    • is therefore necessary that we should gain in this way a
    • At man's back, just where the shoulder blades meet and from
    • should in fact be so constituted that its curriculum should run
    • approach should lead to the intellectual understanding which
    • can be gained from a study of the corpse; this should lead
    • anatomy, the student practises modelling. This again should
    • During his college training the student teacher should acquire
    • the feeling that we should like to draw the form of the head
    • These are things which should enter into the deepest part of a
    • high heels” and so on — I should like it better
    • racks his brains over how he should make use of it. This is why
    • Spiritual Science should make very strong efforts to avoid
    • that things should be done in this or the other way is never
    • instructions should consist solely in this, that the teacher is
    • the shoulders of the one in front; the grandfather will place
    • his hands on the shoulders of the father, and the
    • great-grandfather his hands on the shoulders of the
    • the shoulders of the one in front the first can be a man of the
    • really amounts to this. One should seize every opportunity of
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    • represents what the growing human being should absorb. The Dada
    • which should come to fruition in the pupil is contained in
    • should grow out of the way in which one learns to move the
    • care was taken that a child should learn how to move, how to
    • should understand something of science was held to be of little
    • value. It was considered much more important that he should
    • should acquire some sort of ready-made truth was of lesser
    • into such things as how one should behave, how one man should
    • children look as if they were small professors. And should one
    • be presented to him in the way of knowledge, what he should
    • should like to relate a little story which describes how the
    • everything turns on man himself. Hence emphasis should not be
    • French, but rather that he should understand man, and should
    • uttermost limit, not where life should be springing up and
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    • lectures on education, I should like first of all to take the
    • before leaving Holland, I should express my very warmest thanks
    • people, or people who should have a sense of responsibility,
    • conference is an example; for such things taken together should
    • something worth while should develop out of them. The
    • asked: Should this child be dressed in blue, or that one in
    • red? Should this child be given a yellow bed-cover or that
    • should eat, and so on. This was an admirable striving in an
    • was that those who were to become teachers should be able to
    • that time onwards we should no longer have been able to set
    • as an inner necessity. In this connection I should like to
    • also create an anthroposophical university? For we should like
    • when we should crown our work during the last school year, we
    • moreover to suggest to the parents and pupils that we should
    • Waldorf School teachers should undertake the coaching for the
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    • writing from a setting of drawing, we should need to spend the
    • time up to the twentieth year over it; we should never finish
    • should not be too exclusively emphasized as they seem to be
    • authority should be cultivated, that does not mean that a
    • instruction, and musical training, too, should be
    • importance. Resemblance to the external world should only
    • appear as something secondary. Rather in man should live an
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    • We should not have this fear at all unless we had some secret
    • vowels, in self-sufficing sounds, we should have a simple
    • relation of surrender towards things. We should actually
    • identify ourselves with the flux of things, we should be very
    • unegoistic, for we should develop the deepest possible sympathy
    • with them; we should only draw back in response to the shade of
    • is, 72. I should then, instead of multiplying 24 by 60, only
    • education of the will, we should have to cultivate
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    • observe the world through conceptions, we should gradually
    • become walking corpses. We should, in actual fact, make the
    • to excluding man from all the elements which should form his
    • essentially drawing dead substance. With colours we should
    • character should be to be felt when it is sat on. To that end
    • it should be fashioned; we should feel the chair; it must not
    • arms are formed on the chair, etc. — should be expressed
    • technical-industrial bias, we should render the school a great
    • profoundly.” This is the feeling with which we should
    • over-emphasized. We should not insist too much: This is a
    • thoroughly false; even the most unmusical children should be
    • But even the unmusical children should be there, developing
    • to the surface. That should never be neglected, for it is far
    • That is a very fundamental truth. Nothing should therefore be
    • facts of music. The children should get a clear idea of the
    • life of the community. Without it we should not with ease be
    • able to get very far, but it should confine itself to the
    • really produce music. For it should not be forgotten that all
    • things, in, and yearning for, music and poetry, should be
    • cultivated in the growing child. In poetry the child should
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    • I should like to mention, in connection with
    • later. The principle that you should only teach the child what
    • point, then, is not that the child should at once form an
    • You find it suggested to-day that the child should come to
    • should be encouraged to make shapes. He is to be encouraged,
    • education; but mere playing about should have no place there.
    • should not be introduced into education, but only that a game
    • in school. As to how games should be incorporated in teaching
    • the next. At this point you should say: “Now I am going
    • with letters, that the first lesson should start. This is how
    • we should begin.
    • same from both. This should help to give the school a more
    • corporative character. These matters should always be discussed
    • should now like, before going into this further, to
    • should be entirely ousted. That would be an utterly false idea.
    • imagine themselves very wise and who say: “Why should not
    • to-day's speaking has become very abstract. But I should like
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    • the last lecture we spoke of how the first school-lesson should be
    • but I should like to indicate the essential course of the teaching,
    • that a kind of drawing should be embarked on, and even a kind
    • should precede the learning to write, so that, in a sense,
    • that the reading of printed characters should only be developed
    • own free imagination. I should first say to the child at this
    • D, which should really be
    • writing should spring from drawing. But they proceed on
    • Here, too, I should not like to forget to warn you of being led
    • it is natural to teaching — and we should not leave this
    • out of account — that there should be a certain yearning
    • it was frequently insisted that a uniform sauce or gravy should
    • our common life, which should play no part in teaching and in
    • others. But we should feel that this is the position, and the
    • feeling should be educated with us, that we do such and such a
    • respect, write like this, therefore their example should be
    • about him. And we should reckon with this kind of adaptability:
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    • no desire to condemn them, lock, stock, and barrel. I should
    • devices, by external experiments, what should be done with the
    • assimilation of a reading passage there should occur what is
    • exactly what should be done in education.” But those who
    • had to say this for fear lest you should misunderstand me when
    • correct, I could have known it before, for I should like to
    • But we should never educate a man's will — volitional man
    • it does not wish to be fully awakened by what I should like to
    • dragged to the level of mere observation to which it should not
    • Human life makes it indispensable that we should not only be
    • should do; that is what you must do. You must try first of all
    • worked upon his feeling — and you should not forget this.
    • should make observations. But they do not observe rightly. I
    • this reason the custom should be followed in every school as
    • teacher, after finishing with the eighth class, should then
    • itself that the teacher should go up with his own pupils
    • should like to make the following objection. Anyone
    • intelligence or sound common sense should be our
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    • I should like to speak to you
    • I should like to
    • the little that a child can be taught about man should be
    • should you go on to the rest of natural history, and first of
    • that it rests on his shoulders, that it does not want to move
    • that you should never really omit the human being in describing
    • activities of nature combined. We should always have man in the
    • teach natural history, we should take man as our
    • should permeate our civilization and our culture: the
    • pleasing, but because such ideas should become part of the
    • fifteenth years should be employed to give the child what
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    • of the twelfth year should this physical description be applied
    • himself — just as we should cultivate the telling of
    • physics nor natural history should be embarked on before
    • how you should proceed to draw up a curriculum in which the
    • again does the child a great deal of harm. We should concern
    • and things far removed from external life. You should therefore
    • should let the child realize such things as, for instance,
    • dealing with, let us say, more transparent questions, we should
    • thing for our human relations is that we should be able again
    • and again to feel this as a wonderful fact, that we should not
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    • reading should be done, and there should be far more expressing
    • him economically what his soul should possess. You introduce
    • for these, it is true, include examples, but examples should
    • child's learning in grammar and syntax there should be only
    • lesson. And compare this way of studying grammar, as it should
    • should be taken full advantage of. The help that one language
    • can be to another should be taken into account. This
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    • world. And it is very important indeed that we should not
    • civilization. But we should be aware that it is a disturbing
    • keep stored up what we should do better to forget if only left
    • Arithmetic should be begun somewhat later. This can be adjusted
    • other children for whom everything should be quite still
    • — poems, etc., should be remembered. I have said that it
    • or conversing in it, you should be able rapidly to recall a
    • taken orally in school. Homework in foreign languages should
    • work should really be done in the school itself. In a foreign
    • language the least possible amount of homework should be given,
    • business and similar things. At the most we should go as far as
    • elementary school, to fourteen, we should practise, far more
    • is horrible. For what is really obvious in life should not be
    • turned into an object lesson. The whole object lesson should be
    • object lesson he should be transported to a higher plane of the
    • isosceles triangle, you should put together the theorem of
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    • should only begin at the third stage, round about twelve,
    • is America besides. He should get this idea before he is
    • the fifteenth year. You see that a tremendous amount should be
    • laying of little sticks and plaiting paper should be avoided as
    • have shown you how to teach geography you should get a correct
    • should we neglect, in describing the forest, for instance, to
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    • should be educated in a way suited not only to his
    • should like to make the position plain to you by
    • is, we should not neglect to introduce the child, on a basis of
    • neighbourhood. The child should have acquired some general idea
    • I learnt about that, and a good thing, too. We should never be
    • that the child learns during his school years should ultimately
    • example, certain things should really be respected by the
    • principles of teaching. In this connection I should like to
    • language-teaching should be applied instead of that form of
    • chitter-chatter at tea-time. Far more attention should be given
    • to the business letter. And no child should pass the age of
    • there should really be no single individual who has not learnt
    • apply this knowledge in later life, but there should not be one
    • of enormous importance for life. I should like to know who has
    • he is nine, is that we should be well grounded in human nature
    • and that we should educate and teach entirely from that point
    • time-table is that as teachers and instructors we should be
    • rooted in life, that we should have an interest in and a
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    • which should spring the actual timetable. Now I have told you
    • years of age, of course, by our methods our children should
    • good thing for the children that they should be able to do just
    • been taught on the methods on which they should have been
    • should show. That is why when, in these days, our youth itself
    • vowel and the other a consonant. And we should be told:
    • should be distinguished from an adjective by showing the child
    • shall not be guilty of this, for we should then sin too gravely
    • experience which learning this should give his soul. So I do
    • nature of the Greek and Latin languages. I should not need to
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    • for this out of its own powers should stimulate teachers to do
    • instructions as to how things should be taught at school. That
    • we have really assimilated into our feelings all that we should
    • and we have referred to the way in which they should be
    • that these object lessons should never become trivial, that
    • they should never exceed a certain limit. This eternal
    • the whole of teaching, and this should not be. And it robs
    • elementary school course should include instruction in
    • connection object lessons should be given. For these object
    • to care for ourselves physically we should not need to have a
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    • “I should now like to bring these observations to a close
    • by reminding you of what I should like you to take to heart:
    • make a compromise with untruth, otherwise we should see
    • so that the human being should be understood, particularly the
    • should like to say this: For me personally this Waldorf School
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    • imagine that we, of ourselves, should initiate a new world-wide order
    • question which should concern people most deeply — the question
    • meaning. We are asked how so-called pre-natal education should be
    • is not something that we should have before us as an abstraction, and
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    • The teacher of the present day should have a comprehensive view of the
    • essential that the teacher should know if his teaching is to be
    • case we should not be able to attain this spiritualised sensation of
    • the right alternation should come about in man between the muscle and
    • was not enough that all men should one day commit suicide, he expected
    • should only set up postulates on the results of our mental picturing.
    • And so we should not lay down a “law” of the conservation of
    • force and substance, but we should find out what beings this law
    • laws and say: this holds good in every case. Instead of this we should
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    • By way of introduction I should like to say the following: it is not
    • chief animal forms and were to draw them, we should then be able to
    • It is of the utmost importance that the teacher or educator should
    • What do we commonly find advocated? That children should have the same
    • educational value. Why, for instance, should we use the Lord's Prayer
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    • more antipathy to our environment than the animal, we should not
    • devotion. Otherwise we should perform all our actions instinctively.
    • We should never be able to relate ourselves properly to the objective
    • indeed essential to our actions, but that we should not be aware of
    • it, that it should lie below the threshold of consciousness.
    • should develop in an animal way under the influence of our instincts.
    • ‘Man should be good’; then feeling always has a voice in a
    • is that should really be observed here. On the one hand we have
    • objective. The fact that man should be good must not be dependent on
    • Sigwart should have joined forces and said: True, the objective
    • should dwell in music. In the contrast between Walther and Beckmesser,
    • really the very essence of Wagnerism, namely that tunes should be
    • should find such a great difference between them that we should lose
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    • upon your shoulders and upon the remaining part of your body, it is at
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    • should never do, but rather take the concept from the facts. We should
    • “gas.” These relationships do exist, but we should not get
    • The essential thing is that we should always proceed according to
    • should know nothing about the world nor about ourselves; in fact we
    • should be asleep. For the nerves would then act like those organs
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    • should exert itself directly in single actions in order to regulate
    • should by a single effort regulate his memory, but we can educate the
    • should learn to know nothing whatever. If we never differentiated, the
    • should never come to a real knowledge: for then we should only
    • we had not twelve senses we should look at our environment like
    • dullards, we should not be able to experience an inward judgment. But
    • it is that man should be so educated that one sense should be
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    • waking life and should not be memorised. Judgments carried in feeling.
    • human soul, to where the soul is dreaming. The conclusion should not
    • conclusions should really only hold sway in the fully conscious waking
    • let them store up ready-made conclusions. They should only store up
    • concepts on him. What kind of a concept should we then give the
    • together into the idea of man. This idea of man should endure. All
    • age, that one should bear in mind this unconscious assumption that the
    • education and to see how the good principle that education should be
    • essential is that the teacher himself by living in art should see to
    • true. Thus it is not until then that education should begin to
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    • resting on our shoulders that we carry about a real body. We consist
    • bone should perform its function. If you examine the limbs which are
    • world? It rests on the shoulders, as I told you when speaking in
    • shoulders and does not let the movements reach the soul. The soul must
    • the shoulders. What then does the soul do? It begins to reflect from
    • things. Care is taken that the accepted culture of our time should
    • For he should take an interest in all that has happened in the world.
    • And he should know the true grounds of the things which have happened
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    • task to continue this awakening. Writing should be learnt by way of
    • way we should inevitably have a great gap in human development. Man
    • him you should realise that he must grow rightly. What does this mean?
    • growth; rather your teaching and education should only be such as is
    • perceiving such a relation. For example the teacher should be able to
    • knows if some child or other has not grown as much as he should during
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    • the change of teeth towards the seventh year. We should make clear to
    • head, the chest organs and the limb organs. We should answer the
    • photographic plates? What should we see on these plates? We should
    • merely the lazy-bones on your shoulders, it is that which would really
    • should they decompose. Man unites himself in body with a central part
    • regarded at all; but it is absolutely essential that you should grasp
    • nothing of the man, should be photographed; I mean the forces
    • substance. It is necessary that you should take in mineral substance.
    • In reality it should be constantly dissolving the mineral. If to-day
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    • should not get through our examinations under modern conditions. It
    • cramming for examinations. That is, we should omit examinations
    • must feel it our duty to ask ourselves: why should the child undergo a
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    • Therefore in these years we should foster an intercourse alive with
    • and pedantry. Should the teaching vocation ever be joined to pedantry
    • should not be his attitude of mind, then dear friends, the teacher
    • should read the beautiful and stirring account written by Schelling of
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    • sense may be called new, I should like to say: In our day novelty is
    • soul, in his spirit. We should consider how child life in its very
    • alone adulthood. We should call to mind what a large proportion of
    • We only understand a child when we contemplate him as we should
    • should be able to discover for each time of life, not only the passive
    • that one should know the human being, that one should know what each
    • illness should say to himself: What is going on in the organism are
    • preparatory school; for every school should be a preparatory school to
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    • world. If intellect, if mind were active we should not be able to
    • not the means whereby men of to-day should come into spiritual realms.
    • of discipline only. We should not understand anything about the world
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    • of the super-sensible, the spiritual world, one should betake oneself
    • weak so that will and cognition should arise out of the weakened body,
    • and the body should be translucent to the spiritual world. We must
    • “asceticism” which does not require that we should withdraw
    • childhood we could only accept what we understood we should receive
    • professionally before that time; nevertheless, I should not have felt
    • I should not have dared to form a college of teachers consisting so
    • develop. Thus I should never have dared to utter to other men certain
    • and so on. But at the time this little book was written I should not
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    • practical objects in view. Thus it should be realised that the main
    • That a spiritual philosophy should consider firstly the development of
    • audience know very well what good education should be in spite of the
    • matter with education and in what respects it should be improved, just
    • painter, should set up to show how a badly painted picture should be
    • really should think ourselves only comparatively intelligent. This is
    • who are only comparatively intelligent, should bring him up to be only
    • as intelligent as ourselves, we should be making him a copy of
    • The important thing is that one should know how to use a scientific
    • And it is most important that this should be borne in mind in the
    • should do, to the rhythmic system, but to some other system. For
    • itself. And we should not rob the child of the satis-faction of
    • gratitude: gratitude namely that we should be alive at all as human
    • beings within this universe. Rightly speaking all our feelings should
    • at all events, should be gratitude towards the cosmic powers. This
    • feeling is essential in a teacher and educator, and it should be
    • it a tragic thing that they should have a religious feeling for a
    • important thing is that the teacher should not only be able to love
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    • of a teacher. Thus we should make no abrupt transition in the
    • they can produce the most wonderful programme for what should take
    • sun or moon, in tree or plant. We should not reason the child out of
    • should be as brief as possible. Thus if I had, say, to be engaged in
    • word — should be conducted. If we start by showing a child a
    • with the district which the child knows. And then, just as we should
    • from the other regions; and we should be conscious that we take our
    • exceedingly important that the child should be introduced to
    • with mathematics in the right way during these past years we should
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    • movements should the child make to become physically strong P But if
    • Now this enlightens us as to how we should treat the soul in children,
    • I will draw you roughly on the black-board what should come on the
    • Something of this sort should arise:
    • stuck fast in their heads — should be got to do their movements
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    • the most varied kinds; certainly not always such as we should have
    • in their 9th year, should have accomplished a certain stage, and
    • should be capable of entering the 4th class in another school. But
    • should have again reached a stage such as would enable them to enter
    • there should be complete freedom: but by that time they should be far
    • teaching. And here it should be borne in mind that throughout the
    • Thus it is immensely important that children should come to a right
    • children should learn to live with colour, they must not paint from a
    • how the band should look according to whether it is in one position or
    • In the same way, one should know when making a book cover, that when
    • the top and the bottom. It is necessary that the child should grow
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    • It is an accepted opinion to-day that a doctor should have access to
    • teachers should have a certain degree of medical know-ledge, why then
    • One should not say: the physical organism is a thing of little
    • upper classes whom the authorities think should have been kept back.
    • much more harmful than that the teacher should at some time have extra
    • understandable that people should say: What bad people these
    • of what I have to say I should like to use these figures made in the
    • It should be borne in mind, moreover, that the veil which is worn
    • — there should also be an NG here, as in sing, it has not yet
    • If there should be a sufficient interest for this expressive art we
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    • With girls it is different. But when we aim, as we should aim, at
    • upon some day should confront us with a world of darkness, a world in
    • course one should call them young ladies and gentlemen, as I said
    • anxiety lest they should be unable to love the teachers in the same
    • realised in the college of teachers that this was the method we should
    • the riddle of the universe. For they say: if it should really happen
    • universe should not be stated as a thing to be solved and done with:
    • the solution of it should give one power to make a new start. And if
    • But we do not know man as he should be known. We must begin at the
    • Anthroposophy should be very imperfect? That may be. Produce other
    • that I should have given them at all in the form in which I have given
    • paradoxical as this may sound. That I should have had to give them is
    • knowledge. Anthroposophy would bring it about that mankind should once
    • kinds of crazes, one should study the matter properly and find out the
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    • up until now is eurythmy as art; and as such it should be concomitantly
    • into the arhythmic, changes the natural rhythm which should play in
    • when we want to return to the realm of poetry; we should listen to the
    • oneself if something should not be introduced into the education of
    • “I” will not appear as it should when seen from without if
    • However, in principle such exercises should not be practised with the
    • and didactic reasons should be done by a class as a whole, for here
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    • both arms. This stretching should be carried out in such a way that
    • than it should be in that person. Then one must attempt to have this
    • should be practised by people who have weak legs, who tire easily while
    • split the shoulder seam at the back. Now this is the exercise that will
    • Another exercise which can be considered parallel to this should be
    • It should be practised with those children or adults in whom there are
    • more comes into consideration. In “O” one should feel not
    • only the closing of the circle, but the bending as well. One should
    • feel that one is building a circle. One should feel the circle that
    • effective one should make the person doing it aware as well that he
    • should feel as though he himself or someone else were to draw a line
    • however. One should really accustom the people with whom one finds it
    • man should be carried out at only one-third the strength. Thus when
    • standing insofar as it is possible on tiptoe. That should also be
    • “E”-motion as we have just done it in walking; he should
    • the vowel element should be sharply distinguished to begin with from what
    • begin with it appears that you have the feeling, or should have the
    • “M” that was just performed, you should have the feeling
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    • then we should consider a second element which I believe people pay less
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    • Thus if you should be concerned with regulating the activity of the
    • kidneys, you should have such movements carried out. Precisely the
    • the same. Here we have a movement which should be practised when one
    • now once again. It should be an effort to hop forwards, too. The forwards
    • attached to it. One should accompany the H in walking as follows: one
    • legs apart; one should always be moving forwards. That is a movement
    • of doing the peewit step backwards is something which one should really
    • have developed an eye for whether it should be practised in this manner.
    • matters, said that for him it wasn't enough to say that one shouldn't
    • properly judge how soul and Spirit should be brought into gymnastic
    • stomach acid is easily produced and so on; then the Shmovement should
    • done that one should try to call forth in him the impression that he
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    • negation. Naturally it should be carried out several times without
    • such a movement — not in reality, however, at least that shouldn't
    • very frequently have migraine or other headaches should do. The time
    • for M. The head should not be turned, in so far as possible, but only
    • can and should be carried out as an exercise with children in school,
    • say that their shoulders hurt so and everything possible hurts, then
    • you should reply: that is exactly what I wanted; you will be especially
    • and faster. This rapid tempo should then ebb out into a slower one. That
    • you hold the arms still and imitate the movement with the shoulders
    • oneself to doing this movement with the shoulders and making an A with
    • the arms at the same time, an A of any sort with the arms. That should
    • movement I spoke of before, the shoulder movement of the H, but do it
    • movement of the arms one makes the shoulder movement of the 11. One
    • and hygienic value. The attempt should be made to have these exercises
    • was drawn to the exercises which one should begin either to the right
    • anyone that he do something especially right or left; that should be
    • left completely to the feeling. The question of whether a thing should
    • be done with the right hand or the left hand should be determined only
    • other about which I have spoken. The appropriate movements should then
    • whole one should see that with an exercise such as I have just given
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    • When artistic eurythmy is performed one should not think of it in the
    • is not in order, one should let him do consonants in eurythmy.
    • one wishes to consider the physiology of eurythmy one should keep the
    • should be taken into consideration in an advanced civilization. However
    • in particular should take to heart.
    • a living rhythm in the human being such as should exist between opening
    • One should understand that the person who does consonantal eurythmy
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    • forces; should it become conscious in this encounter, it will become
    • should be of help. Here you can perceive how consonantal eurythmy takes
    • should have him do consonantal eurythmy; therein lies the antidote.
    • should appear, they can later be taken into special consideration as the
    • they should. They will be reflected in the most effective manner precisely
    • manner one should recognize the symptoms of pathological abnormalities
    • the Mechthilds von Magdeburg should be eradicated. On the other hand
    • situation that one should avoid stereotyping, avoid saying the one thing
    • or another in general, but should first observe what is to be done.
    • One should concern oneself in each individual case with the breathing
    • given, whatever it may be); one should observe the modification of the
    • shocks, no matter how it is prescribed; it should really be avoided.
    • the movement possible, as it should now be inaugurated in the medical
    • that a healing process should take place in the whole of medicine and
    • should not be disturbed by the demands arising from an individual's
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    • have emphasized that curative eurythmy should be practised by the doctor
    • himself or herself, or at the very least should only be practised in
    • manifold variations: one should harmonize the disharmonious. There is
    • eurythmy should not be applied without a thorough diagnosis and that
    • it should only be practised in agreement with professional medical science,
    • which you should apply it will become clear to you through the diagnosis.
    • Without a diagnosis it should not be practised, because in certain
    • disorders which shouldn't be present. One discovers that the intestinal
    • for example, it should be a case of suppressed heart-lung function which
    • such a way that the person in question should continually feel them,
    • for someone to straighten his shoulders; and I give him bandages which
    • bring to his awareness that the shoulders should be held hack —
    • as a rule in Dornach. You should be able to adhere to it even though in the
    • a healthy abdomen would do with jumps. A pregnant woman should never
    • but one should not overestimate it. One must make clear to oneself that
    • in addition. He maintains one should not add anything to it. He does
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    • already written a good deal about him, but I should much like to write
    • muscles, in the arm for example. Should anyone be able to use his nose
    • feeling should really come to expression in E.
    • for anything so hard and fast, that there should be more ways than one
    • movements should arise quite spontaneously out of the human being. If,
    • however, one desires such absolute spontaneity, one should carry this
    • desire into the realm of speech itself, and declare that there should
    • freedom of the human being, but that each individual should feel
    • should so choose. It would be just as rational to say that the freedom
    • of recitation and declamation should rank as highly as the other arts;
    • nevertheless these movements should only be used to strengthen the
    • opinion, however conventional or pedantic. Why should one not hold
    • such opinions? There is certainly no reason why one should not —
    • movement, should feel a definite tension of the muscles. This tension
    • places the muscles should be left in a state of complete relaxation.
    • appearance of a human being when not engaged in Eurythmy should not in
    • should always be made, particularly when dealing with an art such as
    • spirit — a distinction should always be made between what can
    • his whole organisation — that these movements should be adapted
    • Waldorf School. But it is of course necessary that one should possess
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    • foods to the human body. Well, first of all we should gain a clear idea of
    • nature has made, that plants and animals and human beings should
    • has worms, one should realize the child has become weak in his head.
    • of them, and even the comparative amounts that one should have of
    • simply cannot say that people should eat only plants, or that they
    • should also eat animals, and so on. One can only say that some people
    • Perhaps we should devote another session to nutrition! That would be
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    • reason, Perhaps I should mention that this person has never smoked and
    • Dr. Steiner: Well, first of all we should establish the exact nature
    • gentlemen. And it shouldn't surprise anyone.
    • — the salad too.” There he was, weighing everything he should put on
    • should eat and finally no longer knew! And you remember? — it used to
    • should give him. The moment one begins to urge him to eat what one
    • thinks he should eat, at that moment his instinct is spoilt. One
    • should give him the things for which he shows an instinctive liking.
    • way: One should observe carefully what a child likes and what he
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    • one should not believe that when man hears the world of tone welling
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    • should inform all our endeavors.
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    • nine and ten and that should be specifically cultivated. As far as is
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    • conceptual faculty — nor should it sink down completely into
    • for the will. This illustrates that music should not reach into the
    • all sorts of things. Just as the child should comprehend only fifths
    • rhythm, however, the child should not be troubled until after it is
    • the elements of instrumental music. Only then should the child's
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    • however — we should say today, prime in the first octave,
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    • movement should instigate the murder of a sick woman whose continued
    • stressed the vital necessity that this potential should be directed -
    • the Earth who are not mediums at all but who should experience them in
    • should reach the consciousness of a certain number of souls —
    • must come to pass, into the right paths. This, of course, should never
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    • prefer that everything should be painted the same colour, if I may put
    • and should be connected by many links with the living. The link of
    • home is the significance of the event and the attitude that you should
    • What they like best of all, nowadays, for example, is that one should
    • likes best of all to condense into four or five paragraphs what should
    • You look on them as living beings. So should the West be dealing with
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    • the physical world! With the help of an example I should like to give
    • out the ancestors of the etheric body of Moses we should
    • get another, quite different line; here we should come to the etheric
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    • the contrast should be clearly emphasized. What the shepherds saw was
    • heights. It was essential that Buddha too, should have knowledge of
    • 2:26 And it was revealed unto him by the Holy Ghost, that he should not see death, before he had seen the Lord\'s Christ. \
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    • teaching should for the first time become a living power in a human
    • he should acquire the right vocation and station in the world. We may
    • that some other position would be more advantageous. But a man should be
    • a man should make increasing efforts to ensure that what he acquires
    • should be directed, not towards retaining the habits, proceeding from
    • should bring order into his life through not invariably forgetting
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    • with, we should have to keep such a child from learning what other
    • still hardly able to read. Then we should have to begin at the age of
    • should attempt to make this experiment; it is not an ideal for
    • there should be born of the parents spoken of in the Gospel of St.
    • kind and that these forces should be preserved in their pristine
    • time, we should find no single one capable of furnishing, in his
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    • you should not be surprised to find such complicated facts connected
    • Cosmos. We should have no eye sensitive to light if the light itself
    • should be able to work with all possible power in order to give again
    • (1:40 And entered into the house of Zacharias, and saluted Elisabeth.1:41 And it came to pass, that, when Elisabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb; and Elisabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost:1:42 And she spake out with a loud voice, and said, Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb.1:43 And whence is this to me, that the mother of my Lord shouldLuke I, 39–44).
    • happens, people say that truth should be simple, this is due to
    • to demand that the greatest truths should also be the simplest!
    • relating to the Events of Palestine. Nobody should lend himself to
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    • Buddha we should find that part of his being was obliged to remain in
    • of the people there should remain behind that of the people of India,
    • represented by the great Buddha a second stream should run its course
    • should be enlightened about the world out of which they are born.
    • — the uncertainty as to what attitude a man should adopt when
    • that this Hebrew people should be preserved until the right time
    • time. Hence it was inevitable that there should arise among the
    • qualities and efforts should make of himself a purified individual.’
    • Nathan Jesus should himself experience on Earth what it means to feel
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    • the change usually occurring in the fourteenth year should take place
    • necessary that an Ego should first have undergone the many
    • individual as feelings we should never understand one another. Thus
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    • contrary instances are not also brought forward. It should be asked
    • should manifest physically as illnesses. Many of those semi-psychic,
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    • ancient heritage survived should once again be gathered together. It
    • should be taken earnestly by those who believe that they must at all
    • at that time — should do and feel in order to act rightly in the
    • should stream from it — that was the Deed of Christ Jesus on the
    • in our own day. How should we have to speak if we wished to apply to
    • not understand such work, nor can I beg, for I should be ashamed.’
    • possible that this kind of thing should have dragged on for centuries and
    • the exact meaning of the text, should make no change. Weizsacker, for
    • serve two masters, not even with the help of Mammon. So too should
    • should be imbued with life. The Gospel itself should be something
    • that streams into our own spiritual faculties. We should not only
    • the days of Christ Jesus, for then once again we should be thinking
    • that the Ego itself should have the power to ray out love as
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    • necessary that human souls should be yearning for it and should have
    • that these souls should have passed through earlier incarnations,
    • absolutely necessary that what was proclaimed by Christ Jesus should
    • compensation. It was necessary that these feelings should flow into
    • 7:19 And John calling unto him two of his disciples sent them to Jesus, saying, Art thou he that should come? or look we for another? \
    • 7:20 When the men were come unto him, they said, John Baptist hath sent us unto thee, saying, Art thou he that should come? or look we for another? \
    • 9:31 Who appeared in glory, and spake of his decease which he should accomplish at Jerusalem. \
    • arose a reasoning among them, which of them should be the
    • should be fostered and nurtured in human nature.
    • be explained in still greater depth we should find that all
    • humanity in the realm of spiritual life; but we should have a false
    • attitude of mind that you should listen to the proclamation made in
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