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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • consideration of human freedom is too pronounced on the part of the
    • Still a third aspect must be considered. No occult teacher will ever
    • is an impossibility to completely free one's mind from outside
    • impressions. To do so, it becomes necessary, therefore, to set aside a
    • outer surroundings. Everything that crowds into us from the outside
    • Another point of consideration is that in order to awaken in the soul
    • difficult to cast aside in our civilization, namely, the urge to learn
    • A wise man can learn from a child. A simple-minded person can consider
    • say today might be considered as difficult to understand by some, and
    • turns away from the thoughts that assail him from outside and instead
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • strongly on current everyday issues, could be considered from the
    • everyday events. People consider it, in both a good and a bad sense,
    • side, and many other aspects as well. But it is precisely the
    • conditions than men. One has only to consider under what unfavourable
    • discuss this question from all sides, then we must look more deeply
    • Thus we could say a great deal and, on the one side, could list all
    • and on the other side all those which maintain the opposite. But
    • have taken too short a time span into consideration, one has only to
    • terms of man and woman, male and female, but that, alongside the
    • outside. This then is something of the social aspect of the women's
    • Alongside this, of
    • humanity itself. People do not consider, however, that the life of
    • then that this aspect of the women's question has been considered
    • feminine side, as though it is only now that women have to struggle
    • alongside the general inclination arising from practical life,
    • material side alone.
    • and substances that are found outside in so-called inanimate nature.
    • Outside are the forces which form the dead stone and are the
    • outside, then that is where the divine being of the soul begins its
    • were eight; it is a tremendous amount. Consider the content of your
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  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • accused, by those who know it only from the outside, of aspiring
    • When we as spiritual scientists consider our
    • applicable only to him, since spiritual science does not consider
    • body. We must not see only one side but also perceive the astral
    • Let us consider how the ego can gradually take a
    • animal one-sidedly contains within itself something of the forces
    • We can now proceed to consider the relationships
    • of course, but men must be considered as individuals if they are to
    • vistas and directs himself more rigidly toward one- sidedness.
    • Consider, for example, alcohol, which is
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • These facts can be considered in yet another light. On deeper scrutiny
    • impulses. The will is very detached from daily life. Only consider how
    • permeates our organism from outside, and invigorates it. We feel
    • The occult observer is able to see a continual streaming from outside
    • the heart. Now these streams, which in sleeping man come from outside,
    • possible only by considering on the one hand what was said previously
    • nevertheless that many a time when people — even in considerable
    • in the physical body or whether it has been laid aside. Understanding
    • life but is of essential value when we have laid aside the physical
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • outsiders. Scholars and laymen alike criticize the division of man into the
    • Now let's consider nervousness. It is well-known today that there are
    • who is not afflicted. Considering present social conditions to which all
    • consider the numerous cases in which people can never find where they
    • becomes habit to hold such thoughts when things are put aside, it
    • doubtless be a long time before leading educators will consider it
    • In them I discussed the importance of being flexible enough to consider
    • were, to see both sides of a problem. Generally, people see only one side,
    • done to consider also what might be left undone.
    • This problem, however, also has its darker side. You will not strengthen
    • good to practice self-denial in not considering bad in our fellow-men the
    • things we consider bad only because they are bad for us. In other words,
    • judgment. Then you are taking into consideration what there is in the
    • in all cases we might well refrain from a considerable portion of the
    • our task now and again to consider such problems. Then, in order to lead
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • modern spiritual life. It shall be considered from the standpoint I
    • considered from the standpoint of spiritual science. Undoubtedly for
    • concerns human souls today when they consider higher aspects of life.
    • because it takes into consideration the development of the human soul.
    • with the present epoch, considering the whole development of humanity.
    • universe. In not a bad but a good sense, he was beside himself. He
    • cosmos. Whereas egotism resided in man's penetration into his
    • worlds. Ancient civilizations always revealed one of these two sides:
    • now considering, the contact with the spiritual-divine essence of the
    • at the Mystery of Golgotha, a force that formerly lived outside the
    • now needs, the quality that in past epochs could be found only outside
    • “Outside my own being is a god who pours his essence into me.” Or
    • other beings cannot be found outside my own being; it can be found
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • could be understood only by her. Considering the different way things are
    • considered to be specially sacred.
    • a host of angelic beings on one side, and devilish beings on the other. On
    • something else besides the holy order of these events that take place
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • dealt with by Spiritual Science, but they are outside our subject
    • will consider how he has transformed himself from a dumb into a
    • outside through the Christ-Impulse. When the child has learnt to walk,
    • foundation of Spiritual Science. We must consider this, too! The
    • of Golgotha Christ worked outside the Earth; that He prepared for and
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • if we consider the Mystery of Golgotha in its most inclusive connection.
    • consider what is intrinsic in our life-organism. What is its essential
    • On some other occasion and at some other time we shall consider the
    • Now let us consider not what we eat, but the air surrounding us. Every
    • consider it heretical. Justin said, “Heraclites, Socrates and Plato were
    • Upon the other side, however, he gives us something else. In the same
    • the pressure toward the ego and, on the other side, human beings
    • the stage there may be considered good or bad; that is not the present
    • our bodies. We need spiritual powers that are as much outside ourselves
    • as our muscular strength is outside our souls. I know that superficial
    • science. If we thus consider this and, in addition, think of it as a school of
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • truth when it considers the course of natural science at the beginning
    • as the natural scientific method is conceived one-sidedly, as all too
    • outside my body; in grasping and experiencing my inner being, I am
    • outside my body.”
    • thinking; but now we know that we have been outside it. We gradually
    • aware of itself outside of the watery element. That is the case with a
    • my being, which can live outside my body, will pass through the gates
    • that the pre-Christian religions outgrow their one-sidedness and come
    • resides in the human soul. Not everybody may be able to achieve the
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • possibilities outside the realm of what had to happen according to
    • considering British proposals for peace negotiations. Under these
    • circumstances and considering the political immaturity of the German
    • that towers noticeably at His left side, with its peak extending over
    • Now let us consider the other side of the group, toward the right of
    • must oscillate to one side or the other. The same applies to man's
    • development here on earth. Man must oscillate to the one side
    • happening in the world outside. If by virtue of his karma a person
    • her mother where she received her natural initiation. Now consider the
    • have been led into considering the wisdom of India as something
    • what principle causes the pendulum to swing to the other side. In the
    • represent what we consider the most significant spiritual task of our
    • free from a one-sided attitude that may characterize the age. It is
    • good people to the one side and the wicked to the other. Let us look
    • Now consider the following. Looking eastward we can make out luciferic
    • consideration we must adopt a mode of perception by which neither
    • period we also live outside our habitual national identity. Only
    • In this connection the various nationalities differ considerably from
    • as they do not empathize with the East.) Consider Dostoevsky and even
    • perceives spiritual life as something outside himself. Somehow he
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • human beings who want to cultivate the more intimate side of spiritual
    • work carried on outside such a group and dispersed about the world.
    • has, on the one side, to cultivate a particular form of culture and of
    • considered to have real knowledge when they recognize the spiritual,
    • which, besides cultivating spiritual science, are based on freedom of
    • two states where the war had its starting-point. On the one side,
    • based on brotherhood of blood, and on the other side, there is
    • whatever we do. Even in these difficult times, friends from outside
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • woman of to-day — or, in order not to be one-sided, of a man of
    • lock them up in lunatic asylums!” The materialists who consider
    • consider the things which come to us from the etheric world as something
    • he must see the etheric outside, in every form and shape. The etheric
    • which come to us from outside. We face a time in which we shall first
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • first considering what Spiritual Science asserts, and then attacking it, but
    • Outsiders whose attention is drawn to the anthroposophical movement
    • understand why such outsiders come to a negative conclusion at the outset.
    • queries which may arise. Besides outer experiences, in connection with daily
    • Just consider the education and schooling of today, how after passing
    • existence. But if the human mind is directed one-sidedly toward natural
    • I am quite aware that these ideas have undergone considerable change up to
    • referring as out of date. But that is not the subject under consideration. The
    • considered highly illuminating, and it is taught to our school children.
    • the universe outside, who has passed a gigantic pin through the nebula and is
    • intervention than efforts on the part of some outside force to maintain the
    • begin by considering the forces of the so-called etheric body. This
    • rich life entering the earth from the outside with every spring, which does
    • were to circumnavigate the globe. All else aside, within this period the
    • said with a sidelong mystical glance at the number seven, but merely as a
    • period of human life are only similar in kind to those coming from outside
    • entrance being effected from outside the earth. Accordingly, the etheric
    • acclaimed as self evident, were considered ridiculous at the outset. In the
    • offers one of the ways (we shall here leave others out of consideration) of
    • considerations, and to allow facts as they develop to speak for themselves.
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  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • considerably longer time) — even this may be regarded as mere
    • epoch, the mystery of death is closely connected, from a certain side,
    • effect they have alongside their proper task.
    • which, when they come to expression in their side-effects, are so
    • them about, for reasons which we still have to consider. But just as
    • during the present age the following development will occur: Besides
    • from Woodrow Wilson's side derives from a certain state of possession.
    • All these forces, however, will reside more in the inner realm of the
    • 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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    • recognize the terrible one-sidedness of our age, which should not of
    • look at things one-sidedly. But a pendulum cannot swing from the
    • central point out to one side without also swinging back to the other.
    • Just as little as a pendulum can swing to one side only, can social
    • impulses of men be expressed by only one side. This is because the
    • be considered.
    • a one-sided way. As men live nowadays, certain words (I will not say
    • “anti-social” arouses a degree of antipathy. It is considered as
    • whether it is considered good or bad, since it is quite necessary. Be
    • that which lies outside of the individual, that a counter-balance is
    • but must consider them in their totality and create social structures
    • is organized from outside. This must go; it is only possible to
    • difficult considerations of economics, in the areas of capital and
    • Therefore, the main consideration is not merely to think of what lies
    • duty to look carefully at the many-sided social structures in which we
    • continues to develop. This is one side of the picture.
    • of what I have now explained if you consider the following: In 1848
    • However, these things need to be considered from a higher perspective,
    • one-sided. The English-speaking peoples are those who, when not guided
    • higher worlds, to the other side of the Threshold, and certain other
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • We will now consider in rather greater detail why it was that the
    • outside the purview of the modern State for the very reason that it
    • together with the element of Nibelung barbarism on the other side. One really
    • time, so that he simply has to stop — that is quite outside their
    • them. Side by side with what was developed through those who were the
    • former ages and modern times as regards the living side-by-side of
    • understand this, we must consider once more the threefold membering of
    • between Asia and Europe. Seen from outside, the thinking peculiar to
    • directed, not by racial considerations, not by what develops out of
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • and this bread is transformed inside your body into the sort of substance
    • super-sensible forces (red side). We neither perceive these super-sensible
    • there are also subsensible forces here (orange side).
    • super-sensible forces from one side and subsensible forces from the other
    • side work into the part of man that belongs to the line. Man is the result
    • periphery, and pour into us as it were from outside, from the outside of
    • considerable difference in this respect in the first, second and third stage
    • it were, from the influences brought about in him from outside by the
    • outside, but you re-experience what you took in your younger days with
    • these are our constituents and they undergo such and such changes inside
    • beside his plate, and he carefully puts a piece of meat on the scale to find
    • All sorts of questions arise from these considerations, questions that are
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • essential for a knowledge of man's being. On the one side, we are
    • today to consider certain matters which make for a better
    • the being is taken into consideration. No account whatever is taken of
    • members. But we will leave this aside today and think about something
    • themselves considered to be integral members of the human organism.
    • not considered to be part and parcel of the organism itself. The
    • constituents are to be considered as an integral part or member of the
    • body; in so far as we consider it in its entirety, we regard it, to
    • We then come to consider the fluid organism, which cannot, of course,
    • the skin from what is outside it. Even this, however, is only
    • fluid element as such is present in the world outside us in a rarefied
    • element within man andr the fluid element outside man, as in the case
    • This is even more emphatically the case when we come to consider the
    • The air within us at a certain moment was outside us a moment before,
    • and it will soon be outside again. We are drawing in and giving out
    • air outside. The usual trivial conceptions of the human organism can
    • connected with forces outside and beyond the earthly sphere. But how
    • course, in communication with the warmth outside. But what is active
    • Now consider the following. The etheric body remains in us also during
    • body is outside the human organism; the astral body and feeling do not
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • take these things into consideration if we are to reach a view of the
    • There, on the one side, is the physical world. According to the modern
    • lays aside his physical body at death. What is thus produced in us
    • energy are imbued with new life. Thus what goes on inside the boundary
    • Because of unwillingness to consider these things, the ideas of the
    • insight into Nature on the one side and Spirit on the other.
    • postulated physical existence on the one side and soul existence on
    • considered that such truths were dangerous for the masses and did not
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • responds, on the one side, to what is presented to his observation; on
    • the other side, feeling enters into his actions, his deeds. We need
    • only consider how a man may be satisfied or dissatisfied with the
    • we Man in the truest sense. Consider too, how everything that
    • it ever so, that things can simply be thought of intellectually side
    • by side with one another; the truth is that whatever is an active
    • concerned, come to us from outside, but that it is we ourselves who
    • one side, the thought content comes to us from the surrounding world
    • as this comes from outside, and kindle into greater activity the
    • from outside, but its very life is of the nature of will. By
    • Now let us consider the human being from the opposite pole, that of
    • proceed from our will — with thoughts. On the one side (inwards)
    • find freedom. On the other side (outwards) our actions stream forth
    • Let us now consider the other pole of man's nature, where the thoughts
    • of which we grasp, on the one side, what comes to expression in our
    • the other side, we try to ensure that what passes over into our deeds
    • On the other side, man evolves by permeating his deeds and actions,
    • which the light of the sun, the air outside, and so on, must come, to
    • what takes place inside the boundary of his skin and flows out beyond
    • the atoms, which are considered to be firmly fixed realities. And
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  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • into consideration historical events in order to understand human
    • involvement, and that such aid should come just where human beings consider
    • it necessary — if we leave aside such views, we find that even the most
    • Today, however, we will consider something which stood, in a sense, at the
    • the Egyptian mystery religion; we will consider the mysteries of Isis. In
    • Christian understanding standing at the side of Osiris — Isis — the
    • outside the human being. Thus the Egyptians, who were themselves permeated
    • want to consider themselves progressive and enlightened.
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • Let us begin to-day by considering certain questions connected with
    • during the course of the years, we have considered the
    • call to mind something which can become clear to any one who considers
    • were considered specially endowed and so accepted in the Mysteries.
    • also in the case of such purely mathematical considerations, the
    • great mystery of earthly life was imparted from two different sides.
    • priori” experience, when considered in relation to our life on
    • falling asleep and awaking, when our souls are outside of our bodies
    • future when it has laid aside the physical body after death. These
    • outside of our bodies. But it is not a contradiction. We always
    • to found a science of the spirit upon knowledge gained outside man,
    • inner being and then look at what is external from outside the body,
    • Being. It is the same annunciation, only from another side.
    • You see, what must be taken into consideration is that in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • science. This will be particularly evident when we come to consider
    • way as to throw light on what we consider to be the tasks of the
    • In his knowledge man feels himself outside Nature. What would induce
    • considered a knowledge that lay “beyond the Threshold”;
    • natural to us to-day, was for them on the other side of a Threshold that
    • have been considering.
    • over against Nature; he stands outside her, that he may then
    • aspect; but if we were to consider it, as we try to do in spiritual
    • will. In ordinary life, they said, man must remain on this side of the
    • dream life of man; consider how it surges up from unknown depths of
    • Nature we are already standing on the other side of the Threshold, in
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • night on the other side of the earth where we are not living, so does
    • ordinary consciousness — on yonder side of the Threshold. He who comes
    • the ego and astral body are outside the physical body; but our waking,
    • the light into our eyes. For us the light is outside, phantomlike. Nor
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • to supplement our past studies. If we consider how Man lives in the
    • And the name ‘Beta’ considered with an open mind, turning here to
    • memory representations, as it were, to put aside what separates us
    • moving, is expressed in the H hidden in each of the vowels. Consider,
    • Considered from this point of view, what was the alphabet? It was what
    • piece of chalk. If beside it I place a second piece of chalk this has
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • Let us consider man in the spiritual world, long before he develops
    • thing — while from this side the astral body turns into a cloud of
    • mist, new differentiations come into it from another side — first
    • spirit, when he has laid aside the physical and the etheric forms. Now,
    • In truth it is so. When we consider the human organization in its
    • physical world, and they consider it in relation to moral laws. The real
    • independently and yet side by side for modern consciousness today, are
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • If we then go on to consider people — say, the people of one of the
    • spontaneous harmony — a harmony between what arises from the human side
    • If we consider a longer space of time from this point of view, we begin to
    • of Golgotha. And we have often considered what it meant to live before the
    • had to consider the various ages of history from many points of view. Life
    • considered mere mythology. He could certainly say: ‘The animal before me
    • wisdom, the ‘natural man’. And it was considered that this natural
    • one only became spiritual man with the laying aside of the physical body.
    • relation to the other parts of his being, outside his pure thinking and his
    • essential to our own day. It takes its place alongside the injunction
    • past. We learn to consider man over great periods of time. The whole
    • realize our humanity only on the other side of the gate of death; that time
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • When we consider the human
    • the course of today's considerations you will begin to understand how
    • processes in the human being. Thus viewed from outside, this physical
    • whole matter is even more complicated, because we must also consider
    • inside. All processes that occur in the human being are metamorphoses
    • outside — is too strong in those people who have a sort of
    • inside you. Then two things can happen. The constructive force active
    • bring it to the outside, then the constructive activity in the blood
    • channels that are always present anyway, leading to the outside, and
    • the tendency for our organism to harden toward the inside in a
    • centripetal direction and to dissolve again toward the outside in a
    • being from the side of the breakdown processes.
    • vessels. We would then counteract from outside the influence from the
    • himself discovers, for example, how belladonna on one side and
    • — on the path to the outside
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • proceed outside in nature. Man takes the substances of the earth into
    • scientific considerations.
    • antimony lives not only outside in the mineral antimony, but also is
    • which we find outside in human nature in antimony if we subject
    • Thus an anthroposophical consideration leads to the recognition of a
    • operation of the human organism will consider the otherwise amazing
    • come under consideration since pulmonary tuberculosis is an
    • antimony forces outside in nature is the same as it is in the human
    • hygienic-therapeutic considerations — as always must be the case in a
    • this in the Clinical Therapeutic Institute in Arlesheim-Dornach. Besides
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • with, darkness of life, emptiness, even non-existence. If we consider our
    • which we have forsaken inasmuch as the astral body is outside by night,
    • organs while we are outside — until we re-awaken. And what is more,
    • as we never see through to the other side of a mirror, so do we never
    • spiritually to the Earth what issues from the Universe outside the
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • considerations a little further, and that is what I want to do today.
    • When we consider the life of Novalis, what an echo we find there of the
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • contained in the Gospels. Side by side with this exoteric
    • understand this, we must begin by taking into consideration the frame
    • outside their bodies with their souls and were able to reveive the
    • considered to be their own particular wisdom. This wisdom at first
    • this body. They considered this an advance in the life of the spirit
    • in its progressive evolution and considered life on earth as an
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • interpretations of his plays, and a number of writers considered that
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • consider the enormous influence Shakespeare has had on Goethe,
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • all at once express itself in a form. Only consider how Life hurries
    • Those who lead the conflict on the one side are all conscious that
    • other side, are not all of them conscious of this. Only the head of
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • emancipate himself from all sense-perception?” He considered this
    • considered. This will certainly mean, for many, a giddy height of
    • human perceptive faculties. Those, however, who may be considered as
    • We should consider what eminent persons have said about the relation
    • considerable progress. An important step has been taken within the
    • magnitudes, an inner life awakens in the dead “side-by-side.”
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    • that consideration of the life between death and a new birth is
    • actions are performed by us. (Spiritually considered, of course, the
    • know the animal kingdom only from the outside. The most external
    • and the other towards the South. It would be considered pure nonsense
    • never been made remain outside the circle.
    • or outside them. Even in the case of souls with whom we are already
    • acquainted, we are now within, and then again outside them. Meeting
    • be outside them means that we do not notice them. If we look at some
    • when we are able to turn our attention to them; and we are outside
    • outside the Beings of the other Hierarchies, the Angels, Archangels
    • Earth as lower impulses is, from the other, the spiritual side, higher
    • the element in which the dead live. For consider: what we here feel as
    • in the arm would have to be turned inside out like a glove, in order
    • And now we will consider how intercourse with the dead takes place in
    • You consider the course of your life always with interruptions; you
    • sleeping life must be taken into consideration. A third thing must
    • also be considered in connection with man's intercourse with the
    • spiritual world. For besides waking life and sleeping life there is a
    • considered in another connection.
    • considered from different angles. If we succeed in becoming conscious
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • hour after the midmorning break was set aside for the lectures.
    • convolution on the left side of the brain.
    • his capacity for speech even when his left side is affected by a
    • strongly on the right side, of exerting more of an effort there. He
    • also gets into the habit of hearing more clearly on the right side,
    • active on that side than on the left.
    • right side of the brain. This is because the nerves cross. Yes, the
    • side and will also hear and see a bit better on that side. The person
    • will make greater efforts on that side and through his movements
    • develop something that reaches into the left side of the brain. Now
    • speaking are experienced by the left side of the brain.
    • the left side of the brain. This is why the brain, originally more
    • side of our body much less, and that is why the right half of the
    • place in the right side of the brain. Therefore, I must make sure to
    • side to the right and then gradually reduce them on the right. What
    • but on the outside, it would remain mush. The same would happen to
    • the left and the right sides, we would develop each convolution into
    • around considering only superficial things and ignore the inner
    • few people have both sides of the brain fully developed. Usually the
    • for the human brain generally; the right side carries more blood, and
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  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • life-processes, and we have attempted to consider some of the
    • not be outlined today before a considerable gathering of people. They
    • ordinary life. Because these things are not considered in their
    • considered.
    • something else we must consider when we contemplate this
    • aesthetic creation. And then natural necessity, on its side, is
    • that spiritual understanding cannot reside only in a turning towards
    • consider first the opposite question: What would happen if there were
    • everything has two sides! If a man has a sense of reality, he will
    • only could be rated as barely correct? If you pause to consider such
    • world but right down into physical reality. Beside the myth of
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    • IT seems that it would be useful to consider matters concerned with
    • When considering this change one could certainly start from
    • Let us consider once more the basic conception of these “Letters.”
    • between two powerful influences. On one side he faces the influence
    • one-sided way either the influence of the senses or that of reason,
    • be placed side by side in this way.
    • Now if we consider honestly the course of history, we can say: this
    • why, in such significant and representative considerations as those
    • general is considered. What Schiller expected to come about through
    • consideration is given today to this threefold nature of man, and so
    • with his organism — he thinks: There inside is the organism,
    • wheat, fish, meat or whatever, I carry inside me, after having
    • independently side by side, and are not thrown together in a single
    • on either side. We have to breathe; but we are not human beings unless
    • nourishment is added to the breathing process from one side and sense
    • personal, must work into the State from either side, or the social
    • eating; you have to receive your food from outside. You cannot
    • basis on the other side in economic life. Economic life is for the
    • fraternity must rule and on the other side ignore spiritual life,
    • social structure. Side by side with Equality, which is the one aim
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    • impulse that works upon your life of soul from outside. I will not say
    • moving experience. The whole thing is a process which, besides being
    • objective experience outside him.
    • to go on outside us! They come about through our instrumentality, but
    • outside us, including such elemental beings as I described to you
    • outside you of which the elemental beings took hold, you receive also
    • development of Man from sources outside himself. The impulses for the
    • which takes its course outside us, as well as within.
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    • outside, even during the period of embryonic life, are the active
    • say: the Sun forces give form to the human being from outside. The
    • but for all that they are still working from outside.
    • Earth. These forces work outside the human being and also within him
    • Jupiter and Mars lie on the other side of the Sun. The forces of these
    • of the human countenance that Mercury works from outside. The Mercury
    • upon the Cosmos. On the one side man is bound up with the earthly
    • forces through his physical body. And on the other side he is bound up
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    • Supersensible. Consider on the other hand a mineral object. We cannot
    • Let us consider such a thing in detail. Observe the inner formation of
    • can imagine, there inside the ear there lies a human being, whose head
    • passes through the gate of Death. Then, when he has laid aside his
    • perceptible, side by side with that which is formed out of the
    • Consider a human being, a human countenance: the high forehead, the
    • ‘other side’ of the sunlight — the soul, the Spirit of
    • through the Eustachian tube what comes towards you from outside. In
    • that the vibrations from outside meet the vibrations from within, and
    • describe it, of the Non-spatial. For the spatial is outside of us; it
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    • within them an extraordinarily great interest in the world outside of
    • Unfortunately pedagogy does not now consider this delight in power and
    • altogether different direction, but considers them to be natural
    • from it and toward the world outside ourselves ...
    • importance and, in considering the high school years, should be taken
    • into the most earnest consideration.
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    • Nobody knows who wrote it. On the outside there are only the words: The man
    • around you. And what was then outside you, is now your soul; you have taken
    • into yourselves, made inward, what to begin with was outside and around
    • outside, then his soul remains empty. It must therefore be possible for
    • nothing is yet within the child. Work continues until what was once outside
    • it will be with nature. We take nature into ourselves from outside and
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • human nature, and we can understand this when we consider the
    • person sleeps, the astral body and Ego are outside the physical
    • outside the body. The individual lives then in a different
    • outside the physical body in the spiritual world, we perceive
    • live in these thoughts when they stand on the other side of the
    • existing kinds. When human beings consider their waking
    • Besides
    • taking place in the body. However, if you had placed beside
    • who has become god in unrighteousness, who has laid aside the
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • reality. To-day we shall consider the human etheric body, describing
    • we shall consider its real nature, as it is beheld super-sensibly,
    • as the influence of light and colour from outside upon the eye is
    • outside the physical and etheric body, receive strong impressions from
    • the activity then extends a little outside the physical body.)
    • awakening are outside the physical and etheric bodies, are
    • everything that works inwardly during the night, as the other side of
    • laid aside the etheric body as such; when after some days this
    • only the external side, a word, if one says: Man is now in the
    • considering this power at work in the Cosmos, one need not stop at the
    • the astral body is outside, the world of the Archai.
    • But what lives outside in this way, these super-sensible activities of
    • from outside, in their outer garments.
    • When once this is attempted by a considerable number of human beings,
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    • that of the Universe, of the Cosmos itself. Our consideration of the
    • that can never be general. To realise this we have only to consider
    • lay aside as abstractions those things which must be attained
    • the whole of mankind. Yet it must be said that side by side with the
    • in the man Jesus of Nazareth. Side by side with the outer story of
    • and henceforward Faith takes its place by the side of Science and
    • In contrast to these facts, let us consider what
    • evolution. In contrast to this, if we consider the whole mode of
    • in a world outside them. The forces, the true essence of this
    • been experienced outside the body. This soul, having participated
    • Let us now consider how one who stands on the ground of
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • life. To-day we shall consider how an impulse akin to that of
    • And now let us briefly consider the nature of the Mysteries. What were
    • the one side and of Beethoven on the other. This was the idea
    • human being to another? To outer eyes, men stand there, side by side;
    • wisdom it was created. But first we must consider certain things which
    • And now let us consider the time of transition from the old phase of
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    • considered to be beyond the scope of man's ordinary powers of
    • Julian the Apostate heard of these things. But on the other side there
    • side, now from another. A deep love for Hellenism grew up within him
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • consider this from the standpoint of human curiosity, for this would
    • be quite wrong; you must instead consider it from the standpoint
    • should, learn to consider his life between birth and death as a
    • important to consider HOW certain things are named, but rather what
    • present field of human interests must be considerably enlarged, so
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • possess quite a considerable number of lecture-cycles, which are read
    • natural science considers, it to be, its true significance and its
    • be considered in connection with the bodily form. But if you compare
    • are only right within certain limits, if we consider them from the
    • when the human being lays aside the physical body and passes through
    • thought-life. From outside, the Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai work
    • ether of the universe. When our astral body and our Ego lay aside our
    • body would appear as the whole vegetable kingdom outside in the
    • considered from a particular standpoint ... from the standpoint that
    • everything that is contained in the cosmos. If we consider things
    • think so. Leaving aside the present assumption, it is impossible
    • the obtuse people of to-day consider as the everlasting human nature
    • they find as a model, outside, in Nature; thus the inner
    • one side. They show us how necessary it is for the human being to
    • — but here is the air outside the body: we breathe it in, and
    • now it is inside us; we breathe it out, and then it is outside. Does
    • muscles? Do you not have within you what is outside, and outside what
    • outsiders: — we may sometimes allude to such things in their
    • before the war. Certain people were considered to be prominent in
    • may be considered in connection with those of to-day. I explained
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • is scarcely an aperture, seems to enshrine a mystery; from outside at
    • needs no human being near it or inside it; it stands there in its own
    • quite apart from the outside appearance of the building. The exterior
    • outside appearance is there for the secular world — with
    • there, said something in his Presidential Address which often comes
    • back to me. On the one side his words seemed to me at the time to
    • blackboard beside one a chart of the seven principles of man! But so,
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • on the one side, and the Atlantean-Aryan on the other. But all these
    • other side, the racial stock that went Westward also came into contact
    • the one side the religious-protestant element, and on the other side,
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • ones in respect of such matters as we shall be considering. To-day
    • If we consider the relationship man has to-day to language, we find
    • with long epochs of time when we are considering the evolution of
    • And now when we come to consider our particular sphere, the sphere of
    • consider one particular stream in the whole history of mankind, into
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • to-day, therefore, we will consider how certain happenings in the
    • relatively subordinate rank. And this brings us to a consideration of
    • would be served to-day by entering into a detailed consideration of
    • earthly, material considerations.
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    • We may now consider in a more inward way the whole line of evolution
    • the elemental world; a second corpse is laid aside. But we must not
    • imagine that this, the second body which we lay aside, is at all
    • True, he has laid aside this elemental body and he now lives on
    • constantly related to the elemental body which he has laid aside. It
    • were pouring his will into the etheric body which he has laid aside,
    • which he has laid aside is his mediator, he can also have perceptions
    • astral body — when he has laid aside the astral. Not long after
    • completely laid aside the astral body. But this only happens after
    • It is indeed a strange thing. When we consider the world spiritually,
    • they have laid aside, works upon our Imaginative cognition. That
    • and which he slowly casts aside, he lets himself be borne into the
    • by comparisons. Consider the following: here in the physical world you
    • find our own Ego-being; and we shall behold from outside the
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • when man treads ways that lie on the other side.
    • order to have a foundation, let us consider the Osiris-Myth in its
    • most important aspects, let us just consider it, as it has been
    • course of world events it is very necessary to consider such things.
    • with this, we have considered an important feature of Greek
    • outside, but the earth that man carries in himself, i.e. —
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • orientate oneself for what is to come by considering what has been.
    • considered sacred. And how actually was the picture-script brought
    • himself out of the atmosphere. Formerly he had seen it outside; now
    • Imaginations of what was outside in the atmosphere. But after
    • human being. One knows what goes on outside in space, goes on
    • etherically, by having perceived it formerly as it were, outside, and
    • ancient peoples — and we could speak of others besides the
    • concept, has that any significance for the things outside, or is it
    • is to be brought about. Tomorrow's considerations shall have
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • side of men only when they are between death and a new birth.
    • ancient Egyptian myths standing there at the side of Osiris. And for
    • spiritual seclusion was erected a Building which was considered to be
    • then again and again. And the sleeping Isis considered this visitor
    • considered the visitor whom she looked on as her benefactor, to be
    • theory of evolution. It is a onesidedness. Men are thoroughly
    • satisfied with such onesidedness, for people think nowadays that in
    • younger, but the right consideration of the fact that with every day
    • one-sided teachings of Natural Science.
    • the new Isis Myth can stand beside the old Osiris-Isis Myth, why both
    • sound into these; they may no longer echo one-sidedly into the human
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    • the sense of Plato, really only considered a man to be a partaker of
    • standing outside the priesthood cannot raise the veil of Isis. One
    • properly into consideration, it can be said on the one hand that we
    • specially in this age as shadow-side of the spiritual life, he takes
    • But now consider
    • which was brought to him from the opposite side in earlier
    • himself should begin to wish to escape from abstraction, to lay aside
    • considered which lies near our subject — Dr. Schmiedel has
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    • externally considered — we shall see immediately how matters
    • merely to bring forward a fact, to consider a human outlook.)
    • Friedrich Schlegel saw a great onesidedness in the French Revolution.
    • Friedrich Schlegel sees a great onesidedness in the French
    • consists in this: one should consider how one would look at such a
    • Century. And side by side with this event to which he turned his
    • must really be considered from a different standpoint from the one
    • as the absolute. Now Friedrich Schlegel considers that true
    • But now let us look at the reverse side of the matter. The same man
    • kind of spiritual reflection. But it is a one-sided reflection
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    • being, but we will now grasp it as a unit and leave aside its
    • complexity. But we will first consider the duality which we see when
    • brought to your attention that besides this external mythology the
    • moment when from outside, from any external cause, a man suddenly
    • gradually begun to turn aside from all that can be known of the
    • one-sided product it is possible to have.
    • outside France, is to be understood through physical plane
    • take spiritual relations into consideration.
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    • head-part and the remaining part. We can consider the head-part in
    • can realize that a considerable part of man's task between death and
    • that she looked like a giant. He could even describe the right side
    • as bluish, the left side as yellowish-red. This can all be read today
    • for us now to consider a fact which can only be brought to light
    • (see diagram), from all sides universal matter continuously streams
    • upon such things from quite a different side. One comes to such
    • consideration. That is to say, when one reaches the point where both
    • do concretely! This is very important to consider. And it can be
    • considered all the more since it is connected with what I have called
    • heart-life. All life to be found in mankind today outside the head is
    • because he considers that through it universal peace would not be
    • is unwilling to consider this; for modern man believes (forgive me if
    • circumstances tells us a good deal. But to be sure, if one considers
    • or consider what is going on around us, we find the same thing
    • deep and significant things. And when one considers them, one will
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    • It is our intention today to begin by considering the soul's
    • first lays aside his physical body; then he is in possession of what
    • we call the ego. Besides this he has his astral body, and at the
    • you know, considerable time elapses before the astral body is also
    • have incorporated into our astral body is to be found outside in the
    • thorough and comprehensive view of man can be taken one-sidedly
    • it starts out from the opposite side, and thereby takes into
    • consideration the fact that modern man is much more closely united
    • side, from the spirit-soul side. We come to know the process from the
    • other side; in such a way, however, that we do not penetrate deeper
    • the metabolism). And by coming to know from the other side this
    • the germ of the next earth life. Thus we rise to a consideration of
    • consider life as it passes through repeated incarnations. Our modern
    • history. For if you consider what anthroposophical spiritual science
    • repetition of earth lives, to consider as something isolated the fact
    • through others in the future, but you must also consider with this in
    • have lived in the same part of the earth or, if we consider the
    • life is not understood rightly if it is considered only one-sidedly
    • education, comes to him from outside. This is for the most part
    • descent, if we are not able to take into consideration what the souls
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    • We will consider a certain theme today which may serve as an
    • waking, both the astral body and the Ego are present outside the
    • man's life on Earth? Three things must be considered if we are
    • a one-sided and inadequate conception. Very little of the whole
    • process receives consideration. The first faculty is learning to
    • some considerable time before one can truly say that a child thinks.
    • features that are ignored in the usual one-sided conception of the
    • specific development of an organ situated at the left side of the
    • organ of speech lies at the right side of the brain. These facts
    • And now let us consider the Ego during the hours of sleep. The Ego is
    • Imagine you are considering, not this present life, but the third
    • the present earthly life must not be considered as breaking the
    • to that of waking, because we are outside it. It is not true that
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    • the moment, the shock will make them put aside all such knowledge.
    • That, however, is only one side of the picture. There is a certain
    • consider another historical fact to which little attention is paid
    • Everything was different in an age when it would have been considered
    • world outside.
    • they, as a rule, are not considered from this point of view. In still
    • intellectual activity and the world outside is viewed in terms of
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    • doubts cast from one side or another upon the scientific exactitude
    • human heart can conjecture about what lies on yonder side of the
    • the one side against a philosophy which tries merely by intellectual
    • against insurmountable barriers: on the one side the material world
    • the other, the human side, the storehouse of memories which must be
    • will need a lengthy period, another may achieve considerable success
    • subjective. The object is outside. A man feels that his thoughts are
    • separated from what is outside. He now has before him the tableau of
    • consider it peculiar when, in my
    • side that is genuinely worthy of recognition. This will be admitted,
    • On the one side there is the reality of human freedom. But the
    • on the one side the necessity inhering in repeated earthly lives and,
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • things were altogether considered as forming part —
    • intellectual forces, this would have been considered a sin. Such an
    • side of cognition, to that side which refers to the world of the
    • of considering things. The spirit and the meaning contained within
    • in the facts of the sensory world. It suffices to consider that
    • really contains the images of the super-sensible world. If we consider
    • that modern materialism should be considered from the following
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    • world-conception cannot be considered as if it had merely been the
    • personalities. Although many sides deny this, the materialistic
    • influence upon the general culture of humanity, may be considered
    • without taking into consideration the special definition which
    • Haeckel gave to his world-conception, and even without considering
    • call it, Haeckelism. The whole problem may be considered, as it were,
    • and to consider him a little from a spiritual standpoint. Many people
    • us now consider the positive fact which is contained in all that
    • I have explained to you; let us consider it from the standpoint
    • the one hand, and this is evident from our considerations of
    • considering to-day. For this reason, the things which I am about to
    • life of feelings, in feelings. But the inner substantial side is that
    • so forth. Particularly the individual side becomes an egoistic
    • world, he will do it in such a way that he remains inside his own
    • skin and observes what is round about him outside his skin. I would
    • Outside, is everything which forms the object of man's thoughts. (A
    • him a knowledge of the things which are outside; he reckons, as it
    • which are outside his skin. Characteristic of this way of reckoning
    • no longer the human being who lives inside his own skin ... for
    • everything which lives inside his skin is reflected in the head, it
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    • consider the whole case from a higher standpoint — that for
    • we consider the facts which I have described to you just now, we can
    • sphere, outside the body.
    • perceive outside the physical body, so that it can have an idea of
    • from outside, the sleeping human being lying there on the bed has a
    • Consider
    • Consider
    • spiritual science — consider the difficulties connected with
    • Consider the strong opposition that spiritual-scientific truths
    • encounter on the part of people outside. Consider how these truths
    • distorted and mad, how they consider them to be empty fantasies.
    • cosmic laws on which they depend. Outside, in the cosmos, these
    • us now consider the following: All those who pass through the portal
    • Consider
    • progress of the earth. If we consider these connections, then the
    • grasping it. If we consider spiritual science in connection with the
    • symbolically from outside, but everything should result from what the
    • formed by the forehead. On the other side, we can see two
    • Consider
    • Consider how these unused forces of the human etheric bodies can fall
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    • consider Giordano Bruno — semi-poet and semi-scientist —
    • full of beauty and grandeur. On the one side it soars into
    • man as he stands there with his life of soul on the one side and his
    • be outside man and in seeking thus to understand human nature by way
    • consideration, but they remain abstractions, shadowy thought-pictures
    • from nature outside, on into man himself.
    • became, nevertheless, entirely academic and on the other side had
    • world outside us.
    • of people when they speak of thinking, feeling and willing, consider
    • again in nature outside. For a long time there had been Initiates who
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • briefly my heartfelt thanks to your esteemed president for her kind
    • the course of this morning's considerations, and in a way that will
    • To-day we consider the
    • that shines upon the things outside, that makes the things outside
    • considered his food, in which he took in something that he did not
    • was considered as dangerous to speak of the spirit and to draw
    • that are not as yet incarnated on the earth. Consider the following:
    • accustomed to do! Consider what many people generally do, as
    • science and criticize it, I do not consider this as essential,
    • we once possessed in past lives on earth, but we should also consider
    • the debit and credit sides of destiny and strike the balance, I
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    • Leaving aside trifling matters, we need only observe the impulses
    • the light only as long as the light is outside. When man is himself
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    • that they had been joined by a considerable number of other young
    • In this way the prospect was opened for two movements to travel side
    • by side. There is the Anthroposophical Movement, which attains its
    • Side by side with this — so I said at that time — there
    • alongside the Anthroposophical Movement another Movement has started,
    • Movement), for the reason that outside the Anthroposophical Society
    • originated in the right way when it considers what is within the
    • of the Anthroposophical Movement today consider every method of
    • Movement as its forerunner — will look for adherents outside
    • the Anthroposophical Society, and that it would consider it a grave
    • which are indeed necessary outside that Society. For the
    • circles outside the Anthroposophical Movement; that therefore,
    • outside the sphere of the Anthroposophical Movements, for it is there
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    • send our thoughts to those who are outside on the battlefields, where the
    • science, we consider, to begin with (and that is a good thing) the
    • know of a house, if we would only go round it outside, without ever
    • going inside, so that we would never learn to know what it is like
    • inside, nor what people live in it.
    • like, because we have frequently studied the brain inside the skull,
    • be studied from outside, this spatial interior is not what I mean
    • our body. Spatially speaking, they are outside. Nevertheless,
    • inside our body. What is inside our body, is built up by the least
    • mistaken manner — upside down, we might say. Since we live on
    • which they come; and the more they lie inside our body, the less
    • splitting-off process: namely, we were turned inside out! Our inside
    • became our outside, and our outside became our inside. During the
    • possess was still formed from outside. Since that time, we have
    • really been turned inside out, like an overcoat that can be turned.
    • pass through the portal of death, we lay aside our physical body, as
    • we generally say. We lay aside our physical body. Through
    • When we are outside
    • look upon the moment of death from the other side. Here, on earth,
    • death from the other side, from the spiritual side, then death
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    • obliterated through an influence from outside; it can only be
    • message from outside.
    • were, so that his soul may find from various sides what it requires,
    • we consider it as the expression, as the countenance of the human
    • things if we consider them as the physiognomy of a powerful being
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    • which, when considered factually and not critically, might even be
    • consider something else. What I have been describing thus far might
    • outside world to turn this erstwhile external will inward. When he
    • inconsiderable item for a person who seeks to bring a religious
    • phases with one another. For they go on side by side even though they
    • with things outside oneself. It is just because the soul wants to
    • to flee to and to look back from at one's unsatisfactory life outside
    • to write about, and not everybody has one inside him, so it has to be
    • borrowed from the world outside. The motives in such cases are
    • be here; there are always two sides to everything. I was needed in
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    • kinds of ether, but we shall only consider today that part of the ether body
    • what occurs; the first thing we have to take into consideration is this, that
    • considering; of course, the other members of the etheric body — the
    • part that we are considering today; I will speak of it therefore as the
    • or written about they are treated with scorn, are flung aside into the
    • forward their opinions, they consider them either mad or paradoxical.
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    • opposite and considering the nature and significance of memory.
    • Besides the part that is used for growth, which is that part of his
    • body. Let us assume that he is a lazy fellow, on whom the outside
    • for instance, all kinds of substances were secreted inside the eye
    • forgetting that man is capable of developing. Besides, no mental
    • the moral sphere of daily life, let us now consider how forgetting
    • man has laid aside the etheric body with which remembering and
    • on a man's health, in the sense we have been considering, whilst a
    • can see that the healthy and beneficial side of a sanguine or
    • phlegmatic temperament and the unhealthy side of a melancholic
    • also consider the question of well-being from an entirely different
    • much from such considerations. But whoever has the good of humanity
    • considerations. And we shall see that if spiritual science works into
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • being held here alongside the actual group evenings, and which are
    • be taken into consideration in the various groups of our German
    • suchlike, and fall victim in this way to all manner of one-sidedness.
    • but it is sure to be considered sheer folly and madness, and yet it
    • hereditary ones, is to consider their whole surroundings, in so far
    • first thing to consider in the treatment of this sort of complaint is
    • passed through a long evolution, and how the whole of outside nature
    • prescribe in individual cases how the macrocosmic element outside can
    • origin there, as even these things still vary considerably nowadays.
    • will see that any form of one-sidedness must be avoided in the field
    • compensate for what impinges on him from outside. Wherever you look
    • of illnesses will also be a broad-minded one, and one-sidedness will
    • will be considered in greater detail in one of the coming lectures,
    • to be considered.
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    • if we consider it let us say philosophically, it is somewhat childish
    • to evolution only when we consider them on a spiritual scientific
    • side of the divine-spiritual world, is passed on to their offspring
    • side of it, for it has a very serious drawback. Since you withdraw
    • always give consideration to the kind of person the patient is. If he
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • understand this fact and many others besides. You know from the
    • within us is also to a certain extent outside us, and so we could say
    • astral body and the ego are to a certain extent outside these. But
    • this circle outside the realm of the great ego and descending into
    • the great ego at night. For sixteen hours on average it is outside
    • the remainder of the time it is more outside this cosmic astral body.
    • changed considerably in this respect. During the course of the seven
    • at one time he is on one side of the sun and at another on the other.
    • particular connections come about. If you consider what I have just
    • can understand this if we consider that the lungs were developed at a
    • days. At one time everything outside him made a great impression on
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    • through its cycle in a day, the astral body goes considerably slower,
    • moves considerably slower than the astral body with its seven day
    • the earth. But outside there was a sun, and when such heavenly bodies
    • without rhythm. Just as his inner life was formed from outside
    • inwards he must now create rhythm from inside outwards. That is the
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • physical body being there. He has, as it were, laid that aside. This
    • aside as well as his physical body, hence this combination of ego,
    • etheric body, is laid aside and absorbed by the general world ether,
    • moment of death. For he has laid aside only the physical body, the
    • It requires considerable effort to get used to this, but it will
    • one-sided way, not made proper use of our life, living only for
    • makes for disharmony in any life. Man is born on the one side into
    • he has done something in a one-sided way. Now he is born again with
    • relationship with the outside world was he capable of doing wrong and
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    • we shall see that life's riddles really encounter us on all sides,
    • group ego from outside can laughing and weeping arise. Now because
    • animal the ego works from outside. Therefore all the conditions of
    • outside, and the inner quality of such an existence cannot express
    • which is outside in the case of the animal, the group ego, can
    • outside and is not subject to the inner individual ego in the way it
    • existence. It was there, outside. And what God did was to take what
    • had previously been in existence outside as group soul and put it
    • would be like trying to fight a wall. The ego inside the being of the
    • under, a withdrawal from what is outside, a becoming smaller, the ego
    • environment, where their balance has been disturbed from outside, and
    • The right relationship is there with the outside world, when she has
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    • you consider what you know of earth conditions, then even if you look
    • considered from another point of view. For we shall really get to
    • know human conditions if we continually consider them from different
    • essential that the sun's force should not work from inside but from
    • outside on to the earth. That was the purpose of the separation of
    • forces, like the sun sends its light, from outside on to the earth.
    • him not from below, from the centre of the planet, but from the side.
    • shine on him from outside. We will disregard all the other forces
    • the sun and moon work in various ways from outside. The way the sun
    • on to the earth from outside. You know, of course, that the nearer we
    • outside, has had the least influence of all at the North Pole, so the
    • the moon was becoming more and more active from outside. The air was
    • souls, and each human being was much more inside his own body. Thus
    • altogether, and only listen to what the outside world says! They did
    • We rely on what comes to us from outside and are not very concerned
    • ego is there outside, manifest in the wonders of the world. For we
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    • Consider,
    • no longer working from outside but from within. What works from
    • outside during the first weeks of the child's development could not
    • been working from outside passes into the brain, it develops under
    • which first worked from outside become active from within. What was
    • outside the human being during the first months of his existence and
    • then slipped inside, is active for the first time independently of
    • let us consider the gradual development of the human being and
    • astral body is outside it; but only the physical and etheric body
    • its astral body for the most part outside it, and therefore it has
    • outside? To answer this we must reach three very important, rather
    • consideration everything that belongs to evolution. Let us take the
    • to himself: The one person looks splendid beside the other. He is
    • man feels in seeing the two standing side by side has nothing
    • you that gets associated with what is there outside. Strictly
    • outside. And all opinions of taste, as well as judgments we make
    • valley; at most the gardener could add something to it from outside
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    • constantly new sides. Since the last third of the nineteenth century
    • was to show from as many different sides as possible, the part played
    • study things again and again from constantly new sides. One example
    • of existence must be approached from different sides. Each Gospel
    • is only now possible to consider certain matters which bring home the
    • inner influences, not exerted so definitely from outside. Not that
    • human side, would not have been right then, nor would they be right
    • only that we, on our side, seek for impressions and do with objects
    • contemplate everything from many sides. Mental pictures and concepts
    • astral body and Ego are outside and the etheric body alone is in the
    • So on the one side we have the portrayals of the activity of the
    • and ‘Day’) and on the other side the portrayals of the
    • considering and the later period between death and the new birth when
    • when he is in the physical body. Outside the body it stands there
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    • with a brief consideration of man's nature and constitution — a
    • the outside world tells you that you are an ‘I’ and you
    • with the outside world need not always cause bruises but in essence
    • stretches out his little hand and touches something in the outside
    • by such contacts with the world outside that the child becomes aware
    • consists in learning to distinguish himself from the world outside
    • When there have been enough of these collisions with the outside
    • collisions with the world outside have completed their essential
    • directly to do with them as we have with experiences in the outside
    • Let us consider the astral body first. After death the
    • and experience in that sphere. Let us consider for a moment the fact
    • are on Earth. On the Earth men may live side by side without any
    • were he to maintain the prejudices resulting from a biased, one-sided
    • through the phase of a one-sided attitude. But those who were trained
    • denominations Christianity has produced only one-sided aspects of its
    • under consideration at the moment. If we have a genuine understanding
    • body of man. A considerable spiritual heirloom is available for all
    • race on Earth will be considered in the forthcoming lectures.
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    • many respects. Here we can also consider the life in Kamaloka, for
    • is to be seen inside the watch itself. Or let us take another
    • Even externally considered, will it still surprise you
    • of man belong to the world of the stars. When we consider how man is
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    • considerable extent, the etheric body too, passes through a life
    • his Ego and astral body when these members are outside his physical
    • and learn to view things from all sides. We generally characterise
    • only one aspect of the matter, as we can realise if we consider from
    • therefore not consider an afternoon nap but the sleep of a healthy
    • in the heavens it is also obvious that we are then living outside our
    • when the physical and etheric bodies are actually laid aside (at
    • We will now consider the difference between these two
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    • considered by many people to be a mythological or mystical figure but
    • realities of cosmic space itself and we will consider a particular
    • teaching had been prepared in a sphere outside the Earth but with the
    • these souls absorb, in a sphere outside the Earth, what they need for
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    • have already considered certain aspects of man's life between death
    • understand this we must again consider man's relationship to the
    • But we must now consider closely how man is related
    • body accompanies him for a considerable time but again a kind of
    • their evolution, who work upon man from outside, consigning him to
    • in a kind of prison, it could then expand outwards on all sides. All
    • all-important when he has laid aside his physical body. During his
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    • forces working from outside (see diagram). The work of the 'regular'
    • side and on the other between death and rebirth in the spiritual
    • repeatedly considered a crucial occurrence in a man's life which
    • consider.
    • consider something that seems to be in contrast with this flashing-up
    • stops, this means that formative forces approaching from outside are
    • formative principles work in opposition from outside, so that the
    • have now been able to consider many different aspects of the work of
    • soul and would either have developed a longing only to live outside
    • there are many who realise the uselessness of adopting a one-sided
    • between two chairs! The truth cannot be found by a one-sided adoption
    • is appropriate when the opposing sides are also present and are
    • one side and on the other outstrips the evolutionary process, is
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    • outside us in life on Earth becomes our inner world. Preparation of
    • the world from the other side, namely, from the side of sleep. What
    • found in the outside world but within man himself. Let us recall what
    • is outside in space, nothing of the processes manifesting in the
    • from the other side of life, the fact that man's body can gradually
    • different when viewed from the other side of life but all our
    • and outside us only the human body. We feel that the stars and other
    • that here, in life on Earth, is outside us becomes in that other life
    • lungs inside him and there is air outside. Needless to say, that is
    • considered now, but among many other relevant aspects there is this,
    • that is not in the yellow colour at all but yet is considered to be
    • side of existence we may receive from there the impulse that can
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    • made a deep impression upon people who considered themselves
    • the life between death and rebirth are considered in their spiritual
    • what is beneficial to themselves without any consideration for others
    • We will now consider still another case, of one who
    • case in a matter which we have already considered but of which it
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    • aside the physical body, then the etheric body, and then expands and
    • content indeed! And yet on final consideration you will be able to
    • laid aside — cannot have them.
    • we now pass on to consider the cosmic aspects of the second region of
    • our minds for a very long time but we will at least consider it
    • possible side whatever can throw light on the nature of the spiritual
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    • When we consider what mankind had accomplished in this
    • spiritual observation can bring to light. I shall leave aside
    • In setting the Mystery of Golgotha by the side of the
    • everything outside; let us imagine that no report of the Mystery of
    • considerations.
    • spiritual developed side by side with everything physical.” And
    • world resides in that cosmic Being who is beyond all concepts, not to
    • world. So not only sense perception, but human thinking, lies outside
    • considerations today as offering an explanation of anything. The more
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    • to consider this, for unless we are clear about this inevitable
    • particularly evident when we consider the various ways in which the
    • blown to one side by a gust of wind, and the same wind catches her
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    • be introduced, and then I shall bring in considerations which will
    • accordingly, resides in what was said about the difficulty of
    • significance of the prophecies of the Sibyls as illustrating one side
    • We must now consider a little this Nathan Jesus child. I
    • vapours crept up the Mountainside like the coils of a snake, like a
    • spring. A deep wisdom resides in this idea of Apollo going north. The
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    • endlessly full of wisdom if they are considered in the light of true
    • hillsides like a dragon — the dragon killed by the Greek St.
    • Christ-event, but it came from quite another side. And this fourth
    • those beings whom Jahve considered it his task to clothe in earth.
    • fourth post-Atlantean epoch the emergence of Geology side by side
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    • within the protection of the walls of Rome, but outside them. For the
    • fight against Constantine outside the gates of Rome, you will destroy
    • Maxentius obeyed it and with faith and courage went outside the
    • work that you find on the right-hand side as you enter — the
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    • outside our Movement, who then make the most senseless remarks about
    • experiences all harmonious changes and objects outside itself. As it
    • advise them to consider carefully, just for once, this passage in
    • natural elemental forces which were taken into consideration not so
    • Prester John, who had his kingdom on the far side of the lands
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    • in mind what we sought to study yesterday, let us consider how
    • continuous stream and no one considers to what extent historical
    • cosmic script, and consider what radiating forces pour into human
    • outside space and time. When we observe human life as a whole
    • perceives it from outside and when we speak of Greek philosophy we
    • outside. Was it possible that the objective external world had
    • the thoughts were outside. Now, in the third period men became aware:
    • thoughts to do with objective existence outside?’ And so the
    • Godhead are as clearly to be seen outside as the greenness of the
    • outside. In essentials this is the epoch of scholasticism — the
    • you consider the whole thought-structure of Thomas Aquinas it stands
    • outside. There is still at first an appeal to traditional dogmatism,
    • in the world outside? Giordano Bruno, and Leibniz create the monad
    • spirituality, how a thought-organism, leaving aside the world
    • these reflections. We are considering the course of philosophical
    • and when we consider how this has evolved from philosopher to
    • was my wish to add these thoughts to what we have been considering
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    • Now, as you all know, we see what is outside or in front of a mirror
    • much later. We will leave them out of consideration now and think of
    • Mars has his good and his less good sides — he has his Genius
    • All these things have their physical side as well. Impulses go out
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    • to present the other side as well, I shall also point out the
    • Seen from outside, human life is, to begin with, a riddle, for if it
    • we consider the repeated lives on earth. But these are more general
    • considerably long stretch of life upon the earth without him. We can
    • realize that the one who is on the other side has a more intensive
    • or through some other cause coming from outside, through some other
    • from the other side, from the standpoint of one who has already
    • the fact, that death viewed from the other side, from the world which
    • other side, this lofty, great and uninterrupted sight, also brings
    • from the other side, from the spiritual side, gives us our
    • life has caused death? Seen from the other side, a sudden and violent
    • death can only be explained in a true and genuine way if we consider
    • seen from the other side, the spiritual side, this does not appear as
    • a coincidence. If from the other side, from the spiritual side, we
    • view things. And if we consider it from the standpoint of a
    • I have often emphasized that men do not consider
    • more intimate side of soul-life has undergone a change, its character
    • Something else should also be considered when reflecting
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    • do in fact lay aside our etheric body, we hand it over, so to speak;
    • aside by the real individuality — sends back his imaginations
    • body is outside him, but he is so intimately related to it that he
    • outside the physical and the etheric; when our body that lies there
    • aside our etheric body. We with our own individuality are then among
    • have, however, the elemental world in a certain sense outside us
    • laid aside their etheric bodies.
    • can observe it if we consider ways of life, formerly very
    • so after we ourselves have passed through the Gate of Death. Beside
    • in the physical life — a human being must first have laid aside
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    • Consider how in the older civilizations mankind in general perceived
    • cleverness, cunning, slyness — in fact, a one-sidedly
    • tricks on you. Suppose one put two on one side and two on the other
    • share feelingly in the world processes. We remain outside of things
    • with our sensitivity, whereas they are right inside the process
    • — these elemental beings were pushed to one side, as it were.
    • person's reason and intellect resided in his head, and what was in
    • in fact an admission that reason no longer resides in the head. It
    • considered — as we have just done — in the wider context
    • What we have considered so far amounts to one aspect of what in the
    • elements differ considerably from those of the lower ones. The
    • from both sides — on the one hand, the danger that those
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    • Through spiritual science, we consider, to begin with
    • outside, without ever going inside, so that we would never learn to
    • know what it is like inside, nor what people live in it.
    • studied the brain inside the skull when dissecting corpses; we have
    • however, that can thus be studied from outside, this spatial
    • outside. Nevertheless, they were built by forces that are far more
    • exists, spatially speaking, inside our body. What is inside our body
    • ourselves in an entirely mistaken manner upside down, we might say.
    • from which they come; and the more they lie inside our body, the less
    • inside out! Our inside became, our outside and our outside became our
    • inside. During the Saturn and Sun periods, our human countenance,
    • which we now possess was still formed from outside. Since that time,
    • we have really been turned inside out, like an overcoat that can be
    • aside our physical body, as we generally say. We lay aside our
    • When we are outside our physical body, we experience
    • other side. Here, on earth, death has a terrifying aspect only
    • we look back upon the moment of death from the other side, from the
    • spiritual side, then death continually appears to us as a victory of
    • from the other side, from the spiritual side — that moment in
    • moment of death is viewed from the other side. This kindles our
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    • were among us have entered this spiritual world after laying aside
    • that, if we wish to consider the life between death and a new birth,
    • we must consider and notice carefully how the human being forms
    • consider, to begin with, the most outward fact regarding the dead a
    • the fact that man lays aside his physical body. We do not need to go
    • But, even when we consider this fact, that the physical
    • and unites itself with the earth, as we say, — if we consider
    • plane, we shall have considered it, in reality, in a very inadequate
    • way. And, in fact, it is often considered in a most inadequate way by
    • of what it is, if you consider the experiences on the physical plane.
    • fact that he lays this physical body aside, that he gives over to the
    • we were unable to experience our death from the other side, we would
    • acquire the Ego consciousness after death, from the other side of
    • Consider now, for a moment, what this means. When we
    • contemplate Death from the physical side of existence, we may say
    • “Nothing”. Viewed from the other side, Death as such is a
    • event, viewed from the other side, is the greatest, most wonderful
    • also laid aside. We know, too, that a certain importance must be
    • having laid aside our physical body, we can still think everything
    • This physical body we have laid aside. We see our thoughts. We do
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    • far-reaching questions of Anthroposophy, to take into consideration
    • view regarding something which we otherwise rightly consider great,
    • events as regards their external side can be seen physically, such as
    • That besides these millions of people who are crowded together in
    • us a sensibly perceptible outer side. A human being presents himself
    • to-day — not taking into consideration the insignificant
    • indeed a considerable difference between these beings who are above
    • on the bed and floats as it were outside them. Now imagine a man in
    • belong to me, but I with my other members am hovering outside and
    • his astral body, outside his physical and etheric bodies, it is then
    • outside to guide them, for instance, from a place in the north of
    • able from outside to direct their movements. That is not yet possible
    • outside’; but besides this they are also able to work upon
    • reflection of what we may consider as the mission of these peoples.
    • history of the world peoples work side by side, and how nation
    • Roman had already begun. Thus we can observe the peoples side by side
    • progresses. Whether we consider one civilization higher than another
    • considered as a decline. Necessity leads humanity forward. When we
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    • It was stated yesterday, that those beings who are to be considered
    • or Archangelic beings. Besides that, these beings must in a certain
    • the surface of our earth. This etheric aura differs very considerably
    • brought about from outside, in a certain sense. Every one of these
    • peoples. When we consider this aura we must clearly understand that,
    • its depths, holds good in the widest sense; everything seen outside
    • physical laws work and come into consideration, as in the relations
    • besides this the affairs of their own ‘ I ’
    • also come into consideration. These consist in the fact, that they
    • temperaments of man, is something they do besides their calling.
    • of a people if we were only to take into consideration the character
    • belongs much besides this. Why? If the Archangel, the guiding
    • besides the Archangelic Beings already described, other mysterious
    • however, wish to take into consideration to-day. If you remember what
    • of the Folk-spirit under consideration, two different sorts of Beings
    • belated Spirits of Form. They do not stimulate from outside, leaving
    • the normal and abnormal Archangels worked together and when, besides
    • consideration, really to define the word ‘folk’. Examine
    • from one side, from the normal Archangels, another what proceeds from
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    • with me the following considerations. You have all learnt at school
    • need not go outside yourself. You may imagine for one moment, that
    • ideals into our sentient-soul from outside, but we must let them pour
    • eliminate from the inner life that which is received from outside
    • In the life of a human being these two streams flow side
    • by side. The one stream is that which brings him onward from one
    • certain respects its good side, because in this way a great variety,
    • If we consider the matter in this way, we shall not have
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    • take into consideration that man, such as we know him, is in reality
    • able to say, that the chief Being who comes into consideration for
    • ‘ I ’-organization. If we consider them
    • consideration the activity of the Spirits of Form, man attains his
    • then man would only come into consideration, as far as the physical
    • We must now take care that we do not consider the world
    • connections if we consider the following. We may state, in a certain
    • come into consideration here are the yellow and the brownish races of
    • other side of the middle third of life. We come, — I beg you
    • character comes into consideration they work in this way; but in our
    • when we consider the civilizations which follow consecutively in the
    • objectively. If you consider what presents itself, if you consider
    • not come into consideration, but only what is made necessary by the
    • next lecture we will consider the growing up of peoples out of the
    • consider their intervention in the work of the Spirits of Form.
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    • impartially into the facts under consideration, it will certainly be
    • the shadow-side of all races and peoples, but we may be sure that in
    • that other forces stream in from all sides from universal space. The
    • what you see outside as the earth's surface is most unreal, it
    • with which he could gaze up at that which lies on the further side of
    • towards the activity of the Spirits of Form, who come from outside.
    • From outside the Beings of the second hierarchy stream in, and around
    • those forces which stream in from outside. Let us take those nearest
    • themselves in space. If you consider the inner nature of the human
    • again if you consider the human envelopes, the outer part of human
    • with leave his ‘ I ’ out of consideration, you
    • related to what is on the one side the human physical body and on the
    • side and his physical body on the other could not have attained their
    • three sides equal, the three angles equal, each angle is equidistant
    • If we consider the earth-existence in this way, we have
    • the working of Love outside our earth-planet; and we have been able
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    • one considers evolution at another period. Hence also, if you wish to
    • But if you take this into consideration, you will then
    • destiny. What may we now consider a man of the Mercury race, of the
    • But besides this co-operation of the Mars-spirits with
    • being acted upon; on the one side we have that which we call the
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    • Hence, besides the ordinary, evolving Spirits of the Age of the Old
    • Monotheism, considered alone, can only represent a final ideal, but
    • beside the Christian Spirit of the Age, — who is the on-working
    • civilization, — streamed into our culture; and besides this,
    • outside it would be reckoned as folly that the very spot in the
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    • knows the facts under consideration this comparing of religions is a
    • the special forces into consideration and realize what the figures
    • belonging more to the normal side, so to speak. To the abnormal side
    • of the wind outside in the macrocosm. The regular penetration of the
    • into word and speech, corresponds in the macrocosm outside to the
    • working in the wind outside. But one who still possessed the old
    • itself into speech correspond outside in the macrocosm to thunder and
    • outside in the macrocosm corresponds to the pulsation of the blood in
    • wind, the flashing of the lightning outside is inwardly connected
    • that which comes down from above; he seeks for it outside in the
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    • that which was outside in the world was merely maya or illusion.
    • is given to considering everything in its relation to the ‘ I
    • to enter into him. Ahriman approached from outside and stole into the
    • of that he is attacked by that which works from outside, by Ahriman.
    • consciousness of Lucifer on the one side and of Ahriman on the other.
    • becoming active in the domain which lies outside. Hence he has his
    • considered it dangerous to look out into the external world in which
    • considered it dangerous. Whereas the Devas were avoided by the
    • bodies. Outside the Anthroposophical Society one can at the present
    • myth of Balder, Hœnir and Loki. On the one side we have Loki with
    • he had for a much longer time experienced considerably more than
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    • folk-characters in their light and shadow sides, you will find that
    • you consider the growth and mingling of the Intellectual Soul or Soul
    • may consider as represented by Great Britain, are to be traced back
    • merely as the other side of idea. Take this on-working impulse, and
    • are other civilizations besides, which have preserved the old
    • we have coming from the other side a culture which originated in
    • side, as it were, of the consciousness of the etheric body. That is
    • completely different side. It will therefore seem quite
    • on all sides that which came from the primal ages and developed in
    • between Africa and Europe on the one side, and America on the other.
    • West has received a series of successive worlds, lying side by side.
    • put aside, because the ordinary conceptions do not suffice to make
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    • from spiritual heights, that was considered to be the external
    • always felt the impulse coming from this side; that he felt within
    • traditions — consists in considering as mere folly, as wild
    • of Vidar, of whom we are now trying to understand the deeper side, we
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    • matters of the greatest significance come into consideration here. Man's being
    • Today people may consider it comparatively harmless to elaborate only those automatic,
    • outside like an object which he need not carry over with him into cosmic
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    • view the consideration of certain misunderstandings, which are known to
    • into consideration. These books, in their way of looking at things,
    • our Anthroposophical movement must claim to be considered wholly
    • science or Anthroposophy are looked at merely from the outside, it may
    • is generally considered, from the outset, as something unknown, indeed,
    • besides the physical body which is visible to bodily eyes, by this is
    • no longer directly in the body, they are outside it. The spiritual
    • consciously leave our bodies; we see the body outside ourselves, just
    • as we usually perceive an external object outside ourselves. Then we
    • that has been indicated. We are then outside the body; and just as we
    • from out of ordinary normal soul-life, but by the side of
    • spiritual investigator, he lives, during his researches, outside his
    • present beside the hypnotised one; the person with a normal soul-life
    • is not present beside the one who is developing an abnormal soul-life.
    • humanity. Spiritual science can of course go so far as to consider the
    • believe that, but more besides!” This he will not allow. He is
    • built, beside our heating-house, a correct, red chimney with its
    • “Look, you have made seven columns, seven on each side of the
    • about these seven columns should not at first consider the number, but
    • consider what has been newly attempted in the matter. Elsewhere,
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    • Today it is considered unscientific
    • thoughts. On all sides we see a wisdom composed of thoughts emerging
    • ceremonies, having laid aside the symbols of wisdom, they appeared as
    • himself for the secrets he once sought to find outside his own being.
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    • different in those earlier periods and has changed considerably in
    • achievement side by side with that of the Greeks. But as soon as we
    • the task which, as he said himself, was outside his own sphere but
    • This is the only thought we may find worthy to be set side by side with
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    • Spiritual Science: during sleep the Ego and astral body are outside
    • railway carriage we are right inside all the hubbub, the turbulent
    • when the outer aspect of the matter is under consideration.
    • about the occult side of modern life to those earlier times when
    • out to one side or the other, like a pendulum. Nobody can say with
    • whereas formerly the pendulum of life swung now to the one side, now
    • own sake but for the cake's sake. The point is that what is inside
    • anyone who is merely an onlooker. But leaving that aside, the
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    • one side and on the other to accept history as it is expounded
    • considerable portion of the present population of the earth.
    • that has been acquired from outside, assimilated as it were with the
    • extent when we take into consideration the things I have put before
    • again to the earth. These souls — a considerable number of them
    • astuteness in the practical and material sides of life, is due to the
  • Title: Lecture: Morality and Karma
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    • been considered as a special moral failing. This special aversion may
    • Without taking into consideration the theosophical aspect it may be
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    • Now consider carefully the following question: What does the human
    • consider who is the person whose chief characteristic is this search
    • world conception are allowed, as it were, to run inorganically side
    • by side. Consider how inorganic and disunited are in many cases a
    • many other things besides. Now I come to a point which clearly shows
    • egoistic. Consider how much a modern priest must reckon with people's
    • varied racial substances live, as it were, side by side. I already
    • indicated in recent lectures. Consider the fact that a great number
    • In regard to modern culture, we should therefore consider, in
    • which determine destiny and which exist spatially side by side here
    • therefore leaves the human being in the care of powers outside its
    • explained to you, to consider not only the transformation of single
    • with these things. Let us consider ourselves as that small group of
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    • consider what lies nearest to us, the earthly plane.
    • penetrate into the spiritual world (we are then outside the
    • are outside our own world, and our inner world, this inner
    • with the awakening of Nature outside; the daily course of human
    • corresponds to winter, when Nature outside is awake, and summer
    • we should indeed consider that in the summer the Spirit of the
    • plants grow in such a way that their roots are outside and grow
    • sight always remains connected with us when we are outside the
    • this is a kernel, for a fruit has its peel outside and its best
    • substance inside — in man, on the other hand (in the
    • outside and his peel inside; what exists inside is only his peel,
    • consider separately the activity which we designate as memory.
    • If we consider
    • back upon ourselves from outside.
    • connected with something outside rises up in you, and this will
    • outside. This example will show you how you may confront your
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    • considered by them to be of value. From the way in which I had
    • occasion here recently to consider the scope of the various branches
    • into consideration only so much of man as is animal. It considers man
    • fundamental social demand. Side by side with the impotence of science
    • sides that the conception of the human being has become lost to
    • man. Let us now consider the spiritual-scientific counterpart of what
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    • Consider for a moment the scientific knowledge we
    • considerable difference.
    • this, when it has undergone change inside him, enables him to replace
    • when we come to consider the deeper impulses that rise up in human
    • our inner destiny. In all our intercourse with the world outside, we
    • spiritually it severs itself from one. A man who stands outside
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • all sides we find it confirmed that our age stands for the
    • intellect, or he did not. The latter case was considered
    • false track, and will have to be laid aside until the two meet again
    • directed from every side upon spiritual science, on account of its
    • merely a concession to the outside world; that what concerns us must
    • nowadays officially give out. Only consider” — it might
    • consider this from the standpoint of the Angels — which is no
    • malicious calumny of it or of Theosophy. We need only consider the
    • moment consider what comes, not from bad intentions, but from good.
    • history, and side by side with it all a spiritual destitution
    • consideration. Here, among its many enemies, we find a well-wisher of
    • outside world.
    • recognise it as a Movement which exhorts men to consider their
    • considering the many things said from other points of view about
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    • first consider the people in general from among whom the yogi emerged
    • connect it with what exists outside. This thinking yearns to vibrate with
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    • first of all to consider the part played by the figure of St. Paul
    • by Paul. [Rudolf Steiner here considers the "Christ Being" to be the
    • it not essential that people should consider how a super-sensible
    • side by side. And the materialism of modern theology — that too is
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    • visitors from a distance. Yet on the other hand, considering the
    • is scarcely a realm of human life which lies outside our subject.
    • will lead us along many different side tracks — necessarily so,
    • consider, how Agriculture should be carried on in the light of
    • not by all manner of theoretic considerations.
    • needle) is considered good sense by the men of to-day when applied to
    • cabbage (some of them even have a balance beside them at the table
    • and in these Calendars, beside the proverbs full of deep meaning for
    • set aside nonsensical pretentions. This for example: —
    • earthly life (considered once more on a Large scale, and as a whole)
    • seem very important when we are considering the outer, material
    • limestone nature. Suppose we were merely considering what emerges in
    • have to consider the question: Is it not of some significance,
    • consider the rainfall and the full Moon in choosing the time to sow
    • beside the obvious fact that it is airy — has the peculiarity
    • shows a considerable accumulation of warmth, which, when the tension
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    • farm from outside should be regarded rather as a remedy for a sick
    • the justice of this statement if you consider the Earth on the one
    • have to consider the matter from various standpoints. Let us to-day
    • choose this one: let us consider, to begin with, the soil of the
    • the Earth by way of air and water vapours and even warmth. Consider,
    • distant planets — those that revolve outside the circuit of the
    • Consider the earthly
    • well be at a considerable depth beneath the surface. Therefore,
    • dead inside the Earth than they are outside it. They lose something
    • the influence of the most distant cosmic forces down inside the Earth
    • carry upward what, to begin with, is inside the Earth and make it
    • from the great Universe from all sides (Diagram
    • to consider? How must we look at a plant when we desire the cosmic
    • correct. If we are obliged to import any manure from outside the
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    • lecture we shall consider Nature's activity quite generally
    • shall, however, best approach it by first considering the four other
    • carbon nowadays is very little when you consider its infinite
    • our breathing it becomes alive again. Inside us it must be alive.
    • Circulating inside
    • considers the physical. It can only understand the corpse. In
    • farther. I have placed two things side by side; on the one hand the
    • oxygen as it occurs inside the human being, the living oxygen
    • body within it. Nevertheless, outside it the astral must be there on
    • it from outside. Though it does not absorb it (as man and the animals
    • outside. The astral is everywhere, and nitrogen itself — the
    • nay more it becomes sentient and sensitive inside the Earth. Strange
    • only becomes alive but sensitive inside the Earth; and this is
    • independent, leaving outside him all is growing in the fields. If he
    • which works even inside the human being as oxygen and nitrogen,
    • evolve a knowledge of what is going on in there — inside the
    • creep inside. We should see the carbonaceous formative activity
    • the silica — the calcium and silicon. We cannot look inside the
    • perceive themselves, but that which is outside them. The
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    • Consider
    • be the tree: outside, the more or less solid parts, while inside is
    • It may seem strange to you that I put these two things side by side.
    • outer and an inner side. The “inner” is inside some kind
    • of skin, the “outer” is outside the skin.
    • Consider
    • now the inner side. It not only has streams of forces going outward
    • are pressed back. Moreover, outside it the organic entity is surrounded
    • between its inner and its outer side. All that goes on by way of forces
    • organism — all that is inside the contours of the skin —
    • sides. The point will be for us to develop the necessary personal relationship
    • of it, is as a rule one-sided and superficial. Let us then try to answer
    • It is so indeed: if you could crawl about inside the living body of
    • a cow — if you were there inside the belly of the cow you —
    • it has been inside the organism and has thus been permeated with an
    • existence by rights, inside the belly of the animal and there engenders
    • poured into the inner hollow of the horn. And the manure inside the
    • the influence which is coming from the other side, out of the earth
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    • manuring as before. To-day we shall have to consider the manuring problem
    • tree from the outside. Naturally enough, in modern time, when all insight
    • look around you. The indications of Spiritual Science invariably consider
    • for in the world outside — in its marvelous inner working and
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    • at least, we must now consider a few among the spiritual-scientific
    • we shall have little good fortune in considering the essence of “weeds”
    • are the forces we must consider when we are tracing what produces the
    • They were approached from every side to find a remedy against the grape-louse,
    • In considering the Moon's effect they only think of the Sunlight; but
    • if you really reckon on these influences which remain unconsidered
    • consider the other case with equal exactitude. If you do so, whatever
    • for the animal kingdom the Moon influence does not need to be considered
    • to think that you will have considerable pleasure in such things. You
    • in the household of Nature. These are the things you must consider.
    • remains for us to consider so-called plant diseases. Properly
    • every side whatever might be working into it. We call it a “microscope.”
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    • one generally considers a single plant by itself. Then, from the single
    • plant, one proceeds to consider a plant-species by itself; and other
    • plant-species beside it. So it is all prettily pigeonholed into species
    • must not only consider those animals which are undoubtedly very near
    • consider the tree. What is it in the household of Nature? If we look
    • inside the Earth. These golden creatures — for they are of the
    • from the spiritual side. It is of a far-reaching significance.
    • beside it, to transform what it brings about into good use and benefit.
    • passing inward from outside. With all that it has become through the
    • warmth and air, it then assimilates the water and the earth inside it
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    • that the foodstuffs are received from outside and then deposited in
    • a crude way they imagine, somewhere inside there are the foodstuffs.
    • The animal absorbs the food — deposits inside it whatever it can
    • inside the body. In reality there is not a single combustion-process
    • in the body. The combination of any substance with oxygen inside
    • in practical life. The man who first speaks of “combustion inside
    • to yourselves how we manure the plant. We bring the manure from outside
    • see it as a whole. Observe the root, which develops as a rule inside
    • that a considerable part is played, in all that tends towards the fruiting
    • are two sides to every question, and we must realise how all these things
    • there are such men to-day — rightly consider that the consumption
    • to get anything from outside. Above all, it rejects any manure that
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    • they saw Moses and Elias by the side of Jesus. Elias (El)
    • north side; here he reads the Message. This signifies that
    • nine extend beyond it. That is why they are laid aside.
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    • deepen what we have recently considered. If we envisage, to
    • should then consider first of all man's life as a
    • us first consider the human form
    • when we consider how the human being attains knowledge by
    • what he takes in from outside. Consider that when the child
    • with the eyes. When we envisage any point outside, the axis
    • gradual process of man's formation from outside
    • towards inside. We have, to begin with, the whole universe;
    • but we are still outside. Then the imitation of the
    • ourselves from outside. Only in the fourth stage we
    • something which is inside, which fills us out, surging and
    • in from outside, is like something which should not really
    • and forces from outside. In reality, everything we eat, is
    • absorbing what is outside. Consequently we began with the
    • formed from within. Let us leave this aside for the moment,
    • and consider how the human being is formed by the earth, as
    • the stars come into consideration insofar as they are
    • outside, from the universe. Of course, one had to accept
    • influence from outside, also those in the proximity of
    • other stars, on the opposite side
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    • modern spiritual striving, we will consider, once again, an important
    • starting point for modern spiritual life, which we have already considered
    • Crusades. Leaving on one side all that is known externally about the founding
    • Templar, inwardly considered, expresses a specially deep approach to the
    • already said, we will not consider now the more external side of the event,
    • outside world, then Man can experience again and again how his own inner
    • outside the body, lived with the spiritual progress of humanity and
    • consciousness was by this means placed outside, objectified, and embodied in
    • developed alongside external materialism. For the Mephistophelian impulse,
    • almost escapes notice in the outside world! It lives on however, and is
    • the stream of materialism flow on and, side by side with it, the parallel
    • So that alongside of the social order, a soul order is necessary on earth,
    • are concerned, then Brotherhood comes into consideration; if it is a question
    • either when through initiation we are outside the body here between birth and
    • of consideration, and a portion of the forces of electricity. But the forces
    • facts as these. Just consider for a moment! This Galvani was dealing with the
    • had passed, electricity lived inside the human being. Now evolution does not
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    • not imply the development of one-sided intellectual forces of
    • entirely directed towards the objective reality outside.
    • outside the soul. Our cognitive power can only act freely when we
    • consider the way in which Anthroposophy describes the path leading to
    • spatially. Consider that even time is led back to space! For time is
    • everything has a definite structure which must be considered as a
    • mentality consider the body as a plus, which as it were, produces the
    • does not suffice, however, to consider the purely morphological
    • upper thigh bone. This means that the inner side of the thigh bone
    • must be turned inside out, so that also its elasticity would change;
    • inside out, but at the same time the elasticity of the glove
    • only turned inside out, but takes on quite a different shape through
    • changed form turned inside out.
    • besides a mere activity of thought. Though it may be difficult to
    • reality of physical substance, which they perhaps consider as the
    • The assurance which our sense-perceptions provide from outside,
    • physical world? Several things may be taken into consideration. I
    • of a one-sided cognitive force, but the development of the whole
    • along these paths do not stand outside the ordinary
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    • examples let us consider just this one. A very significant natural
    • like. That objections from this side rest on ignorance of the facts
    • This intensification leads us under certain circumstances to consider
    • considering something as reality. As indicated already in previous
    • consider the leaning toward phenomenalism.
    • spiritual world. The error here, however, lies in considering a proof
    • in considering that everything should be like condensed ghosts. Here
    • entangled in this kind of phenomenalism, considering only such proof
    • error, however, lies as much on the side of phenomenalism as on the
    • side of ecstasy. We have seen what soul condition leads into the wish
    • what we are concerned with here) is only one side; the other side
    • the comfort of his own self in the being outside himself. If the one
    • thinking reside faculties that stand in direct connection with the
    • the circle is considered not to know mathematics in this realm.
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    • ‘simple faith,’ it would certainly consider it was
    • the views which arise from a valid consideration of man's
    • people on the other hand consider unnecessary, because they do
    • sense perception or by considering it according to the outlook laid
    • present-day consciousness; we realise that we have to put aside a
    • now considered childish, namely that there is spirit working in
    • history. He gets to know human evolution from the inside, whereas it
    • is usually only looked at from the outside.
    • historical facts are looked at solely from the outside. Something
    • attained considerable heights from time to time, but human souls were
    • fifteenth century. Looking at history from the inside, the middle of
    • inside at the Greek or the Roman era will find what is said here
    • The surprising thing is that when observing history from the inside,
    • from inside this is a section of human evolution.
    • when we look at it from the inside, from the point of view of man's
    • centuries from inside at man's soul development, the spiritual
    • materialistic way. But alongside this materialistic striving
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    • Now let us, to begin with, consider what people call
    • when we consider the consciousness of these two entities or beings.
    • into consideration. To simplify our subject, we say: In the daytime
    • consciousness is full consciousness of our other side. In the
    • there is winter, on the other there is summer. On one side the
    • consciousness is awake, on the other side it sleeps and vice versa.
    • sleeps in the height of summer when there is growth on every side;
    • limited to the understanding that he considers appertains to
    • Now let us again consider the other consciousness,
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    • During the past autumn we have considered the deeper
    • the sanction of outside powers. They desire a warrant for this or
    • that. For the most part men do not consider to-day that it is an
    • consider it right to accept authority blindly.
    • into consideration. Is it correct that only pictures, only
    • also stands there beside him, it cannot be denied that what is seen
    • further — it is really frozen in. Just consider: The images
    • person who stands beside me and looks into the mirror too, gives me a
    • consider one process of thought which is along the lines of this
    • from this side and from that, to the teaching of Spiritual Science,
    • advantage. We should be interested in establishing, alongside the
    • prize, which has swept all previous ideas aside and has attained to
    • ourselves to consider without prejudice the method and nature of
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    • be done is to consider the main types of earthly humanity. We are
    • of Middle Europe has every motive to consider how he should develop
    • instance, to the ‘Fourteen Points’ of President Wilson.
    • Nature side by side with the being of man and then to speak of the
    • within a one-sided and wholly unpractical system of thought that
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    • beholds the Christ outside the eye.
    • before him when he was outside his body, when his ether-body,
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    • earth men die; they pass through the gate of death, laying aside
    • beside throw a strong light on our whole age. The present times can
    • must be clear to every soul that is really awake. Consider the
    • has accustomed them to consider — even to maintain on
    • remedy for the evils of our age, complaints are heard on all sides,
    • made upon us by our present age. Let us consider in all earnestness
    • i.e., outside the physical and “etheric” bodies
    • should really consider thoroughly to-day. The anthroposophic view of
    • “Jesus” after every fifth word, one is considered to be
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    • Let us consider what the soul
    • science, man is led to consider the objects of the world in their
    • cognition that we are accustomed to use when considering natural
    • appearances outside man, and we then attempt to extend in more or
    • which is bound up with what man must consider to be his entire
    • grown accustomed to consider it in the course of the last hundred
    • realm of natural order. We need only consider how the thought must
    • authoritative, to be considered the only being to have
    • outside man which we approach through Inspiration shows us that
    • which has validity within certain limits, but is somewhat one-sided),
    • and therefore, as we will further consider, can become a true ferment
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    • nature of development in the sixth epoch of culture, it is well to consider
    • 28:26 And thou shalt make two rings of gold, and thou shalt put them upon the two ends of the breastplate in the border thereof, which is in the side of the ephod inward. \
    • 28:27 And two other rings of gold thou shalt make, and shalt put them on the two sides of the ephod underneath, toward the forepart thereof, over against the other coupling thereof, above the curious girdle of the ephod. \
    • 14:40 Then said he unto all Israel, Be ye on one side, and I and Jonathan my son will be on the other side. And the people said unto Saul, Do what seemeth good unto thee. \
    • well to consider the nature of moral forces in individual souls in their
    • passes through the gate of death, he lays aside his physical and
    • stands on the debit side of our Karma. For a soul of our epoch it is
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    • or when they put things aside. It would represent a strengthening of
    • is a very good cure; he will gradually put aside certain so-called
    • shadow-side. For you will not strengthen your will, but only weaken
    • consider bad in our fellow-men the things we can only consider bad
    • whom you consider an exceptional scoundrel, many of the things he
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    • Broca convolutions, while the other side of the brain has no such
    • — that the development of the speech centre on the left side of
    • outside us. And what we conceive as space, the space we use in geometry
    • considers impartially what confronts us here must say: In his subjective
    • man move forwards, subjectivity does not come into consideration.
    • build up in ourselves. We should thus place ourselves outside our
    • within the confines of our body — from what is outside. All
    • side. If we know the relation between the forces involved, we know
    • A consideration
    • one's thoughts outside, as one saw red or blue and heard C sharp, G
    • or B natural. Thoughts were in the world outside. Without knowing
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • of artistic creation. I hope, however, that to-day's considerations
    • should now like to speak of the considerations
    • attempt to achieve something one-sidedly theoretical — an
    • comparison. If we think of a nut with its kernel inside and the shell
    • of visual art, in so far as we have to consider it here — that is,
    • one's mind's eye as in yesterday's considerations, one sees that
    • all sides and reaching man.
    • on to consider man's chest formation, we reach an inward understanding of
    • pass on to consider the limb-system of man, especially the lower
    • build from without inwards. I cannot but feel that I am inside. Already
    • when I come to form the chest, I must place myself inside the man and
    • must place oneself inside and bring the form out. Lower down one
    • sides, to avoid imitating the human physical form when one approaches
    • considering only what is comprised within the steel. That would be
    • needle's direction. He goes outside the magnetic needle. Embryology
    • considering the embryo, I must look beyond the maternal body and take
    • to artistic considerations. For it is not possible to study the etheric
    • from the same spirit; we have in them only two sides of one and the
    • responds from the human side. In the sculptor's plastic art we see
    • from all sides and build his form; we design Eurhythmy
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    • being. The sense-perceptions received from outside, the ideas
    • otherwise man would consider himself to be something different from
    • nothing at all outside this life between birth and death. Modern
    • whereas a modern man might be considered mad if he put it all so
    • with this Ego one cannot live on the far side of the outer sense-world.
    • Evil is nothing else but the chaos thrust outside, the chaos which is
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • something which must never be allowed outside. The bad man carries in
    • into the outer world; the good man keeps it inside him. If it is
    • carried outside, it becomes evil and wrong. If it is kept within, it
    • indicate how it is with the other side of human existence, where we are
    • spiritual way about the world, where before, in our consideration of
    • destruction, and how in the world outside there is something wherein
    • moral and anti-moral impulses unite with the chaos inside us, that it
    • that his being is outside you, but that you have to give yourself up,
    • inside man, and is thrown back into chaos. We need to feel quite
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    • teaching (concerned with the more external side of things) and
    • is there for all the world; but side by side with this exoteric
    • lived to a great extent outside the body. In this state of
    • also be viewed from the side of the higher Hierarchies, and
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • considered everything else an illusion; quite the contrary was
    • the case — it was called Realism because it considered man's
    • real, whereas Nominalism considered these ideas as mere names
    • held that people who consider only the outer sense-reality, or that
    • the Nominalists. They argued that there is nothing outside sense-reality,
    • already considered ideas and thoughts as something abstract, but they
    • considered as something spiritual, although this spirituality
    • modern world conception, for man no longer considers ideas and
    • considered thoughts and ideas as something real, we would only obtain
    • Please consider carefully
    • old theology which considered the Christ only as the Son of the
    • and Comenius currents in German protestantism: — to consider
    • of the Father” considered the Christ as the Son of God, people
    • consider ourselves merely such as we are through birth; we must
    • your eyes and your other senses and then consider Nature with your
    • kind of Realism which again considers the spirit as something real,
    • Consider the old history of dogmas; you will find throughout that the
    • the Third Person of the Trinity, the Spirit, was considered, people
    • it is not enough if anthroposophists consider on the one hand a more
    • many ways and strong materialists, who took into consideration the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • development of mankind? Even when considering things quite
    • Maid of Orleans we must say, even if we only consider the external
    • themselves and lost themselves in the strong physical forces outside
    • physical sunlight and before she drew her first breath outside her
    • more learn to consider as part of mankind as a whole not only the
    • active forces and that we should learn to consider earthly phenomena
    • shall tell you now, may then be extended also to other souls inside
    • and outside our spiritual-scientific movement and related to it by
    • If we consider the external
    • past the right side of the furniture-van, on that day choose a path
    • which led him past its left side at the very moment when the van
    • capsized on top of him, if we consider moreover that on the way home
    • body put aside at such a tender age contains forces which might have
    • element of spiritual science which considers life itself, so that an
    • nature of, the Russians of Eastern Europe by saying: If we consider
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    • that which we shall consider to-morrow and the day after to-morrow.
    • on another side of life. And our life is indeed under the influence
    • consider the tasks of our present time, must eagerly ask themselves:
    • super-sensible knowledge will have to develop by the side of this
    • a good thing if this bible passage were to be considered a little by
    • those who brush aside Anthroposophy with a supercilious smile,
    • or who criticize it in a vile way. They should consider that what
    • You know that beside
    • this immediately, in the many forms in which it exists on all sides.
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • American to-day, besides a cosmogony, wants also to evolve
    • besides founding the impulse for freedom, wants to supply
    • were rooted in the whole countryside. In Rome this was no
    • appears — a ghostly figure beside the living being
    • a citizen besides, that is a fiction. His citizenship is
    • Register, or something of the kind. That besides being a
    • Register — that is a fiction alongside the reality.
    • long time they enjoyed considerable respect. The various
    • consider; and the main feature is, that that part of the
    • which has had such one-sided results, because it has absorbed
    • does make bold to point out the absurd side of the matter,
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • entered from the opposite side. What a wretched-looking
    • side of the mountain stood a woman, according to whose
    • knows them from outside. You cannot learn to know the senses
    • already farther outside, and learns to know what is
    • his side, albeit he now has the physical forest around him.
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • present life on Earth. And when we consider the
    • am always referring to the human head. On the opposite side
    • on this side is, as it were, left to himself. Less demand is
    • made upon him by the stimulation of the light from outside;
    • for the formative work which continues outside the mother's
    • limb-system outside his mother's body, though it is within
    • the human form who has no wish to take into consideration the
    • Consider the cosmic beauty that works into a man by way of
    • be understood unless his earthly formation is considered.
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • outside in Nature nothing indicated a future state of
    • outside, akin to the snow and the snowflakes and the
    • be learnt from considering how Art in all its aspects was
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    • considered in connection with the great Zarathustra.
    • men's former union with the spiritual world. Consider the Sankhya
    • consider the main details. We read how Gautama left the royal Palace
    • consider this, we shall never understand Buddha himself, or Buddhism.
    • the Christian has quite a different attitude. Putting aside
  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • medical laboratories to the outside world. But those who are
    • health side by side with the democratic demand that affairs of public
    • of taking any particular side. I have no desire to uphold ancient
    • consider to-day whether we are really faced with the results of the
    • materialism. I want rather to consider something that permeates the
    • and Spirit outside the range of earthly life, realising that
    • material processes is infinite, both outside in Nature and within the
    • subject, you will probably soon lay it aside. At all events you will
    • have developed extraordinary ideas about illness. On the one side we
    • these are considered to be diseases of the brain or nervous system,
    • of matter because, in effect, it only observes the outer side of
    • — is studied, the most that can be achieved is a one-sided
    • from external observation. On all sides to-day people form entirely
    • normal either to the side of morbid dreaming or the reverse. Here we
  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • Thinking: — let us now consider, of these three, the middle
    • considering the speech that forms a part of present-day civilisation,
    • Let us consider for a
    • consonants and vowels side by side. You lose the consonants as you
    • Let us now consider sound
    • spiritual Beings. On all sides it is a world of spiritual Beings.
    • yonder side the spiritual Beings.
    • other side — or from behind — Moon, Venus, Aries, Taurus
    • Arts — a Cosmic Art of Sculpture from the one side, and a
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • consider the nature of the human soul in the ancient East, in an age
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning Electricity
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    • that the people whose heads consider such things as nonsense drag
    • sphere which is now considered to be the most important constituent
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • consider Clemens of Alexandria, the head of the catechetical school
    • were trained. When we consider this significant individual, we find
    • and Aristotle — at the side of Moses and the prophets. He said,
    • Then there were numerous other Aeons besides. Moreover, the Gnostics
    • something outside the world. It is true that it permeates the world
    • recognize that it comes from outside the world, as the messenger.
    • example, on a grand scale, that I must ask you to please consider in
    • the connecting link? Where is it? Events follow their course, side by
    • side. Just consider the wide gulf between the childlike gaze of the
    • what is it that draws their attention? They consider that, once upon
    • Now this is one side
    • of the historical picture. The other side is this: A number of modern
    • take the story of the resurrection seriously. They consider
    • consider the fact that, at the beginning of earthly evolution, human
    • consider what all of this means. It is indeed tremendously important
    • earth. Consider this: Human beings may face one another as bitter
    • whatsoever with what lies outside the physical body.
    • side of our being, so to speak, through which we enter the world,
    • all, don't innkeepers surround us on all sides? Wherever we go,
    • shepherds if they can begin now to develop within themselves the side
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  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • considerations.
    • were, from his environment on all sides, without his having to
    • crudely side by side. For the modern consciousness they stand
    • side by side, without any intermediary. Nor is there any possibility
    • consider the nature of the will. To begin with, straightforward
    • can make the same kind of observation. Considering the matter with
    • right-hand side of my head, I feel it; if I am pricked on the
    • left-hand side I feel it also.’ In the everyday
    • these we must take our start today. Our considerations will
    • Consider
    • consider that you have two eyes. To focus an object with both eyes you
    • we are pricked by a needle on the right-hand side of our body. We
    • right-hand side, there is always a connection established from
    • the right-hand side to the central plane of symmetry. For any
    • right-hand side; — the left half of the body crosses with
    • side what happens to us on the right. In a vague groping way
    • painting it not only from the one side but from both.
    • painted from the one side and the other. The picture is only in two
    • right-hand side and on the left. On the flat expanded wall you
    • sides. He does not simply feel his way into space. Through his
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  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • base of our considerations here — has geology to say about the
    • on the earth for a very long time. When we consider those oldest
    • Goethe, who besides being a great poet was also a great student of Nature
    • evolution was such that on the one side emerged those forms which
    • tend more towards the mineral element, and that on the other side the
    • outside. They are now exposed to the more spiritual effects of the cosmos
    • solid ground we need when we consider the blossoming forces which
    • those beings which are outside the human element, and are only
    • conscientiously and, methodically as any other science, is considered
    • is a man who said: Let us for once set aside all the prejudices of the
    • aggregations, subsidences, foldings and so on. The formation of
    • certain subsidences causing the waters to be drained off in one
    • forces, and to subsidences. And in trying to obtain a general picture
    • occurrence elsewhere of foldings, subsidences — in short,
    • and not the slightest sign of graded subsidences on the surface, but
    • one side has its continuation in the physical-mechanical process of
    • we consider the whole
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • during the waking state is never entirely one-sided; thinking is not
    • senses is spread out before us, that there outside are the
    • has already been indicated and what we have already considered
    • connection we will consider the human being as a
    • “head-man,” we will consider him from the point of
    • surface, below the merely physical side of things. Hence we derive
    • harmony with what exists outside us. But the way does not lie
    • immediately become clear to you if you consider without
    • consider this imaginative life which continually surrounds us in the
    • nearly without exception, it is considered to be a
    • sphere. When you consider the will and what is absolutely fundamental
    • outside. The ray of light which penetrates into our eye
    • from outside inwards, so that we are hollowed out, as it were, but
    • from inside outwards. When we will, cavities arise in us on all
    • sides. These must also be filled in with matter. So that we can say:
    • curves of Lucifer, as though desirous of turning him inside
    • it were, be turned inside out. Ahriman and Lucifer are two
    • when we consider him in connection with these polar opposites.
    • perceive the details, but we do perceive, and that to a considerable
    • right outside in the external world. And in this condition we
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    • things too easy. When we consider the great store of lectures and
    • at any rate must study a little) — when we consider this, we
    • putting them beside the communications of the Masters where they
    • ‘you do not understand this,’ we may be considered
    • be denied, it is by the other side.
    • consideration of a subject from different standpoints or perhaps from
    • obliged to say, that the other side is not acquainted with certain
    • opponents’ side should say, ‘Here it is said that that
    • opposite side that the being spoken of there lived 105 years before
    • Rosicrucians not by ourselves but by outsiders. When we are thus
    • consider man more deeply, as an intellectual, aesthetic and moral
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    • more) nothing but a sketch from one side, from one point of view. For
    • side.
    • School of Wundt, which is considered decisive not only in German
    • soul-being into consideration, that all the qualities of the soul are
    • consider the Mystery of Golgotha, but that we should arrive at it
    • is not a sea in which one would come to any surface, but on all sides
    • experience, to say such wise things’ ... Besides this feeling,
    • minds describe other than from the intellectual side; the
    • endeavoured in our consideration of ancient Saturn to penetrate more
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    • is as described in Occult Science. Besides heat, the Sun
    • imprints itself into matter (besides everything else), this is the
    • the Archangels on the one side and as the recipients on the other the
    • to them; their own being meets them coming back from outside. They
    • forth and spreading out on all sides, and finally condensing, while
    • a soul-sphere whereas previously we considered it from a physical
    • — on the one side all that the sacrifice is and
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • to be drawn from this is that the one-sided view is not valid that
    • now besides this, something altogether different seems to appear in
    • Cherubim accepting the sacrifice, and beside these, those other
    • encircling cloud, and right outside we have the cast-back masses of
    • is thrown inwards by volumes of sacrifice and that which was outside
    • possibility of taking their place as independent beings side by side
    • should like to remind you of that Spanish King who considered the
    • renunciation of a sphere to be outside Himself; if He had accepted
    • forth in the many-sided significance of the pictures. If a man
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    • now under consideration, we must clearly realise that in speaking of
    • certain respect have been condemned to a one-sided development, to
    • one-sided existence, were it not that something here enters evolution
    • Beings who prevent the one-sidedness. Just as on Saturn there were
    • overcome one-sidedness of longing by means of variety, by change and
    • one-sidedness, which can only accrue when it presents invariably the
    • during this evolution, besides the Spirits of Movement, of
    • outside in the world which has been dryly called the forces of our
    • sides, and can lay hold in a delicate and subtle way of spiritual
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    • perception goes, considers himself in no wise related. That however
    • For all the reasons brought against it from the materialistic side
    • them from many different sides. That which remains in them as the
    • came to them outside in the place of this, by which we saw that they
    • with in the planet outside if the Sun had thrown it back: an
    • been considering. At the beginning of this course I told you that the
    • concepts to be considered were somewhat complicated. It will
    • to occult science from yet another side, that in our world of Maya,
    • Death is the only reality. We can begin by considering the beings of
    • considering the plants as independent, for the whole earth organism
    • that the most essential event to be considered in connection with the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 1: The Driving Force Behind Europe's War
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    • full consideration to the events now raging all over the
    • view and consider much longer time-spans if we are to do
    • have a mysterious background, but if you consider some of the
    • significant of recent events. Consider also what has been
    • arisen because the reality is considered in an unspiritual
    • consider it egotistical and selfish on their part, but the
    • have gone through the gate of death. Consider the unctuous
    • makes real sense, by the way. Leaving this aside, the things
    • interfere. Considering the incredibly superficial level of
    • have been considering, must develop a reasonable degree of
    • are considering how to stop it, for the children keep running
    • actually consider themselves to be the teachers of these
    • how many people would not consider those teachers to be
    • the truth. Yet there are people who consider themselves to be
    • be nothing left to smash in the world. This is considered
    • continue with this tomorrow, and consider some serious
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    • basis for the modern materialistic view. Consider the
    • for murder! People will also begin to consider other things
    • Consider also
    • wants to go outside, and with the element relating to an ego
    • which has also gone outside? During the night, these two
    • ego and the astral body are then outside the parts of the
    • waking, the ego and astral body, having been outside in the
    • things modern humanity does not want to consider. Some are
    • to consider the deeper reasons, for that would be too much of
    • itself and refuse to consider that in many respects it
    • positions. People are usually completely different inside
    • one side and a peep-hole on social life on the other. And you
    • influence from outside; this individual would be very much
    • consider, for they reveal the deeper connections in life.
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    • expected, therefore, that people will consider these truths
    • that everybody can live what they consider to be the good
    • things are today, people simply must consider anyone who does
    • getting into it and pushing as hard as you can from inside.
    • Someone standing outside can, of course, get it to move, but
    • anyone inside will not get it to move a millimetre, even if
    • being inside the truck and pushing from there. A time will
    • inside.
    • people today are those who consider themselves to be more or
    • astral body go partly outside the physical body. There may be
    • consciously and clearly considered and ways must be found to
    • does offer enormous opportunities for a kind of lazy outsider
    • could be found, and if this did not come from outside, people
    • outsider attitude is to be found in our ranks exactly at this
    • — but it would be much more useful to consider the
    • pointed out. But it is necessary to consider them with
    • profound seriousness and dignity, and to consider them in a
    • Consideration must be given to many general and more
    • able to set aside the purely personal element which for many
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    • this question, first of all considering why from now on
    • until now were initiated in the Mysteries considered it to be
    • If this had been made known to people outside the Mysteries
    • time. Just consider how much depends on the use of steam, of
    • led to the aeroplane. Consider everything which has come into
    • of mind in which we consider the world. Human beings will
    • usually consider this to be something absolute which can be
    • uses to move to the other side. It then goes down again. It
    • other side. This provides an analogy that may be used to give
    • not to consider such ideas today. Just imagine trying to
    • ideas based on reality instead of ideas that are one-sided
    • She does not consider it so necessary for people to come to
    • One considers oneself to be this, without doing anything to
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    • to the environment, the outside world, in a very different
    • today. Today I will merely consider one aspect of this: the
    • because they felt the form inside themselves. We are thus
    • around, and the soul is not entirely inside them. Why?
    • The individual can still be good inside such a body, for the
    • way people appear on the outside today we get one image.
    • outside we get another image. Today the two images are no
    • today growing children cannot be considered in a way which
    • Anything which does not fit in with this is considered
    • will help people become less clumsy about it. Just consider,
    • down inside, and outwardly one will get a totally different
    • concepts, ideas and actions will be based on the outside
    • body. It will be considered a sign of illness for anyone to
    • People who think like that will be considered to be sick and
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    • today, we must consider something of the nature of the human
    • First of all we consider the fact that human beings have the
    • thoughts unless we first consider the true nature of the
    • about. The kind of thoughts you have to consider in this
    • been killed. Outside us they are alive, which is the
    • thinking consists in having those corpses of thoughts inside
    • thoughts in the outside world are certainly not unrelated to
    • have to be considered, otherwise we cannot really understand
    • begin with let us simply consider it to be this elemental,
    • consider that this was known to the leaders of the ancient
    • consider this, some of the things I said yesterday can also
    • things are, of course, considered to be an old superstition.
    • the outside world in order to establish and strengthen human
    • something we must consider which is most important. We can
    • call the study of history today. We need to consider
    • refers should not be considered in a sentimental way, but
    • history has become mere conventional fiction. Consider, it
    • that Saint-Martin realized that to consider politics, one
    • considered to be right today and the absolute ideal.
    • prepared to consider this thought.
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    • age and the outside world, of how they would act in that
    • everything which exists in the outside world, and find the
    • outside world, Luther emphasized that the relationship with
    • Or consider
    • otherwise has considerable merit. There is no need to make
    • on us today. We see him standing in the outside world and he
    • awareness of the outside world. We owe our consciousness to
    • seriously come into consideration in this respect.
    • eastern Europe, for this is how we should actively consider
    • were considered to be guilty, if not, if they walked across
    • without being harmed, they were considered to be innocent.
    • People consider this to be an old superstition today, but it
    • factors need to be considered than those which arise from the
    • maya, illusion — must be set aside and the opposite put
    • in their place. Today it is considered important, especially
    • then consider the teachers of that individual to see if you
    • the boys' backsides as hard as he could. Herder's
    • achievements did not come from having his backside tanned; he
    • considered most important today to understand everything. We
    • is outside the human being, so that children are caught up in
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    • understand it. We have to consider everything on an
    • the application of this to reality itself. Please, consider
    • consider, in spite of all the advances. Magnificent
    • has been considering the question as to whether it is possible
    • because it has only been considering that sphere. Look at the
    • something like the house which has been built outside,
    • such a building. These things must be considered and given
    • speaking, the people who are considered to be most
    • considered it in the light of reality, that it has been
    • and you would then no longer consider the individual
    • concerned to be as erudite as I do consider him to be. I do
    • indeed consider him to be most erudite and truly
    • reality is outside and does not care a hoot about this
    • the whole active inner life which is also there outside, life
    • on either side of the tracks, so that the farmers would not
    • real world outside. It is just that people will not get this
    • considering the things which matter. As soon as sympathies
    • consider the West, and specifically the Anglo-American West,
    • considers that such things are only relative and that they
    • Berlin, someone with considerable acumen, has written
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    • have considered all kinds of ideas which may explain the
    • consider this battle to have been in the first place a battle
    • useful to consider this, for it has profound significance.
    • consider them to be a particularly noble and sublime way of
    • have its good side. It is because the ahrimanic powers
    • ahrimanic way of thinking. Consider how some scientists are
    • scientist; he will consider the things the conventional
    • their doubts and their inner battles, if we consider the
    • prime reasons for the spiritual battle. And now consider 1841
    • general terms will get you nowhere. We must consider specific
    • get up in the morning, would think: ‘If I step outside
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    • to be considered in all its significance.
    • If you consider
    • consider the way in which many people keep saying today: ‘lt
    • alongside each other, in spite of the Press. Profoundly
    • need to consider the following: animals can only thrive if
    • consider anything which is ‘real’, meaning anything which can
    • has two sides. Modern people are so clever, are they not?
    • that there really was a science which considered the future.
    • in the outside world with the senses makes a science of the
    • law of the universe: If you merely consider the world as it
    • things that are outside those laws, things which eyes cannot
    • different laws (mauve circle). This is present inside
    • today; something is mysteriously inside it which cannot yet
    • aspect would be missing if we considered the spiritual aspect
    • mythology. Anyone who considers mythology to have been wrong
    • you see, the people who consider themselves to be the most
    • like this to people outside, for they are totally unprepared.
    • into the profane science outside these walls. There must be
    • possible to gain in such fields today had reconsidered
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    • these considerations that human soul nature will essentially
    • already considered and others which are still to be
    • considered. It really has to be taken into account that, in
    • evolution of humanity and also of the world outside the human
    • continues for some time in the outside world, an inner stream
    • outside, whilst inwardly it is more spiritual or
    • considerations are concerned, and the depth of the human soul
    • consideration to two aspects which will be extraordinarily
    • the outside. We see the red line here (see Fig. 11a), but
    • beside it runs the blue one, a hidden inner life to which we
    • consider the origin of the principles in our present system
    • truly disastrous extreme in human life. Just consider this:
    • present-day civilized world, where people consider themselves
    • There, souls which have remained empty and barren inside
    • outside.
    • needs to be considered in this context. Because of the
    • to mind again by considering the following.
    • Consider the
    • us merely consider the currents which move around the Earth
    • consider the source and origin of these currents. We shall be
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    • concepts and definitions when considering the world and not
    • unless we consider the careful study of racial, national and
    • is considered idealistic, when in reality it is an early sign
    • part of the decline of humanity. If anyone now considers them
    • remain outside our conscious awareness, make them all the
    • lines. Darwinism considers physical evolution from the
    • physical side: external impulses, struggle for survival,
    • considerable difference in physical form between Americans
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • and gradually. Today we shall first of all consider some ways
    • impulses to be instilled into humanity. If we consider how
    • concepts and ideas inside out. This is a serious thing and
    • interesting to consider the decades from the 1840s onwards,
    • to my own inclination and put philosophy and poetry aside,
    • is of interest when one considers such an individual who is
    • sixteenth century, written in grand style. Consider the way
    • you were outside the Spirit of the time when you spoke about
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 14: Into the Future
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    • world by considering their reflection or mirror-image in the
    • nervous system rather than reside and reign in the blood. We
    • consider its most material physical reflection, it took place
    • Consider the
    • complexity of human beings becomes apparent when you consider
    • the cab, if you leave aside the fact that it is given its
    • actual basis of Darwinian theories; one simply leaves aside
    • in the horse, considering this to be a great advance. People
    • has to be considered when we speak of human evolution. It is
    • is important to consider this. We must penetrate the time
    • always started his lectures with what he considered to be
    • history is not considered to be ‘history’ either.
    • to consideration of the spiritual life which is behind the
    • is only when this is seriously considered and these issues
    • of natural history. We might consider the life of bees, not
    • Delaisi does so. Thus, for example, he considers a member of
    • parliament and asks the question: Which side should the poor
    • reality. They must be seriously considered. And one is guided
    • and consider this madness. Nevertheless it will enter into
    • are not considered significant in life outside, if you find
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    • that thoughts are given us from outside, that they are not fabricated
    • outside but are fabricated from within. Through this fact we have
    • he was conscious of sin, in fact, because he considered himself too
    • natural-scientific side.
    • flourish rather than the positive side.
    • facts. One recounts them, to be sure, but actually aside from science,
    • older anthroposophical members who were beside themselves when
    • beside themselves have quite recently gone aside again. The Movement
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    • natural science teaches us to think, and we consider social life, too,
    • this lies in the considerations that I have already set forth. Once I said
    • dead only as long as we apply it to Nature outside: as soon as we
    • considering man's inner life. There they would discover that the
    • observe the tiny child (I will not now consider the embryo in the mother's
    • that took into consideration a pre-earthly existence. In the light of
    • would have arisen. But men were no longer accustomed to consider
    • pre-earthly life, and a science of Nature arose which considered man
    • about Nature is not true. For, if we consider the facts without any
    • has reached a point where it strives to cast aside the mass of sterile
    • of to-day's considerations, I said, with regard to the consciousness
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • considered to be parables at all. What man sees in the kingdoms
    • 4:4 And it came to pass, as he sowed, some fell by the way side, and the fowls of the air came and devoured it up. \
    • relationship with the outside world.
    • consider a particular example. — Going to sleep and waking is an
    • what may be compared in Nature outside with this rhythmic
    • consciousness reside only in the head, and when the astral body
    • and the Ego are outside, he believes that there is nothing within him
    • introduction of a fixed Easter because material considerations seem to
    • would then exist by the side of the Easter festival fixed according
    • to a matter that will be regarded by those outside our Movement as sheer
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    • being wants to make comprehensible what resides in the objects, were
    • previously plants were able to be considered only in relation to
    • the tissue at all if it is not considered in connection with a
    • Consider the following comparison. We find an object somewhere, a
    • by considering it in connection with an entire human organism. By
    • the spiritual investigator must consider in relation to the whole
    • be considered by itself or whether it remains inexplicable by itself,
    • to consider the world of plants, this wonderful covering of the
    • consider only as belonging to a complete human organism. The plant
    • world cannot be considered in isolation, because to the view of the
    • cannot be considered in any other way than as a member of our common
    • not consider the earth without the plant covering that belongs to
    • considered too ridiculous if spiritual science, by its methods, comes
    • consider this earth organism from a spiritual scientific viewpoint,
    • the earth, the earth organism? To outer consideration, what follows
    • soul during the day from the outside, all pleasure and suffering, joy
    • being here on one side and the earth organism on the other — the
    • inclined to consider a waking condition) is something that can only
    • being, although it may be tempting to consider winter as the
    • earth's sleep. When we consider entities as different from one
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    • consequence of the events which we have been considering,
    • considerable distance. When the Revolution broke out, he was
    • looked for outside the realms of truth and reason; offspring
    • place this beside the other important truth which I have told
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    • time the souls of the dead perceive it from the other side.
    • the Easter Mystery in one; to see them as the two sides of
    • = Taurus; the two sides of man in their lateral symmetry =
    • secrets. Take the length of the four basic sides, forming the
    • upon this matter. Likewise on the other side, the rest of the
    • considered this the most important thing: to perceive how
    • Man on the side of birth, must be connected with the Mystery
    • super-sensible Man on the side of death.
    • death. It is to this latter side that the Religions have
    • standing side by side, without any bridge between them. Those
    • That is the one side; and the other is,
    • stand side by side in the so-called civilisation of our time.
    • particulate example. (Dupuis, as I said, considered the
    • outside us. Study what is afforded by the Astronomy of
    • the constellations, into the hen; and the germ inside the hen
    • hand, the negative side must not be allowed to get the upper
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • the two sides of human nature which are usually incorrectly
    • acquisition of conscious super-sensible knowledge outside the
    • what we usually consider as his outer world becomes his inner
    • retrospection the whole woof of thought appears outside man's
    • consider our home, from these with which we look upon any other
    • etheric bodies, enables us to have experiences outside these
    • forces permeated by etheric forces, are laid aside with death,
    • sheaths of the physical and etheric bodies which were laid aside,
    • physical body through super-sensible knowledge outside the body.
    • outside.
    • upon our physical body from outside, we can now perceive the true
    • observe the effect of thoughts in the physical body from outside,
    • even though we have laid aside our physical and etheric parts
    • physical and etheric bodies which are now outside, these things
    • to consider man's relationship to the development of the world by
    • many sides this is viewed as a pure fantasy, and although many
    • also full of speculative elements. But whenever we consider the
    • and before birth, as I have done, does not consider it as a
    • paradoxical, the part which is generally considered as man's most
    • outside. Through the etheric world he perceives, for instance,
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    • outside, ultimately depend on the soul life that surges and
    • If we consider the
    • this. Consider, for instance, how intimately human thought
    • one-sided manner of contemplation can place within the order of
    • heavenly spaces, this was considered by an older world conception
    • into consideration the exercises done by the men of ancient
    • body. In his case, the words did not only vibrate outside, so
    • may handicap man's spiritual activity. The habit of considering
    • from a purely natural order of laws. Thus we may consider, on the
    • contemplate, however, the other side, the side of death —
    • the other side, at the side of death, when we wish to throw up
    • can also be considered from another aspect. We may cherish the
    • sensory order of Nature. Yet, we do not consider it necessary to
    • connection, we look towards the other direction. We may consider
    • from the side of thoughts, and in the second place, from the side
    • of the will. From the side of thoughts it tries to penetrate into
    • outside — through its vertical walk, through its speech,
    • and have laid aside our body. We know what it is like to live in
    • vision outside the body, and this — when we have rendered
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • consider it seriously, for one knows how unscientific these
    • are viewed from every side, their earnest enigmatic character
    • and the people whom we met, unfolded within us a side of our
    • soul now perceives through feeling something which is outside;
    • shall see that this perception outside the body gives us a new
    • outside. By leaving our thoughts behind in the physical body, we
    • certain conditions in which we are outside our body, but which do
    • outside. We go out of the body, yet we remain completely
    • which was round about us when we were outside the body, now
    • from the spiritual world, when the thoughts outside vanish and
    • large eye. This eye, however, is outside and it is simultaneously
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • customs and traditions, without considering the difficult,
    • we consider the primeval wisdom of the East, the poetical form
    • time been considered as unreality in the world. But such a
    • side. But we have not reached the point of recognizing thought as
    • left the world and fled into a sphere of reality outside the
    • lived outside in the stars took up its abode in the body which
    • hung upon the cross. What was formerly sought outside in the
    • This is what the Gospels relate on the one side. On the other
    • side they tell of the revelation which was given to the poor
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    • them separately, as it were, and consider each one in its special
    • boundary, what is outside him. From other anthroposophical
    • unconscious way, on the inner side of the surface of man's being.
    • certain impressions from outside. How matters really stand in
    • impressions coming from outside.
    • say that the perceptions come from outside; they reach, as it
    • were, man's inner life from outside. What meets them from inside?
    • From inside we bring towards them our thinking, the power of
    • If you consider
    • eye, I obtain an impression from outside, and my thinking power
    • comes from inside. When I look at the table, its impression comes
    • from outside. I can retain a picture of the table in my memory
    • outside to the inside, whereas the direction of his thinking goes
    • from the inside to the outside.
    • consider the inside of the earth. Simple reflection will show you
    • that the inside of the earth is not accessible to ordinary
    • man as a whole. Indeed, those who are able to consider such
    • you consider this from the soul aspect, you may say: The earth's
    • ordinary human consciousness. Also what is inside the earth
    • see its inside, we would have to have a sense organ able to see
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • which fills his waking consciousness. But when he considers his
    • consider mankind in general, or the initiates and the Mysteries
    • Consider this fact
    • consider the death by heat at the end of the earth's development,
    • outside faces us as an illusion for the sake of our own freedom
    • In ancient times, the Christ was felt to be outside in the
    • shining through Christ. The Sun shines outside in the world and
    • also in history — it shines physically outside, and
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    • to a time which does not lie so very far back, by considering,
    • had to take in life from outside. In accordance with man's
    • were, should not be considered as an historical coincidence. We
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    • regions it was begun by erecting a manger before the side altar of
    • side. That is, priests took part; one priest represented Joseph and
    • it was considered very important that the spectators should
    • underlying thought of considering the world from his own point of
    • considered a profound investigator. His point of view may indeed lead
    • religion endure by the side of this? Can one anyhow believe (he asks)
    • domain. Let us consider science in the later centuries, especially in
    • as well as that of construction. Just as on the one side that science
    • it, that which lies on the further side of death, yet fives already
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    • If we consider
    • considerations that until this point in time the
    • placing a manger in some kind of side altar in this or that church.
    • figures. This came first from the side of the clergy. Thus priests
    • to present a deep meaning it was considered important that those
    • remained foreign to them, quite foreign. We need only consider that
    • Just consider
    • the outer course of events that is considered, one does not see
    • found in the outer events, the meaning must be looked for outside
    • Consider this outer science so proudly developed in the last few
    • all its wonderful laws. Consider everything that surrounds us
    • a completely different way. Consider everything that lives in our
    • dispute resides in human souls. The thought can be expressed this
    • simply, but spiritually we must consider the fact that there is
  • Title: Lecture: Zarathustra
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    • be considering important questions connected with such leaders of
    • he lived in a part of the world directly adjoining on its South side
    • consider that man can reach the spiritual world along two paths of
    • servants. Before we turn to consider these lower spiritual beings,
    • pass along one side, we arrive at the opposite, the highest point. If
    • we pass along the other side, we also arrive at the same point. If we
    • at the same point along both sides. Why should we not assume that the
    • same result obtains when the sides of the circle are flat and its
    • the one side as on the other. Therefore to conceive of infinity, we
    • may imagine a line continuing indefinitely on both sides — in
    • future on the one side and into the past on the other. Time, however,
    • woven on the one side, and on the other the Power of Darkness, which
    • universe did not merely state vaguely: Outside and
    • revealed to Zarathustra the many sides of the activity of Ormuzd, and
    • spiritual beings, six or rather seven, on the side of Ormuzd; six, or
    • rather five, on the side of Ahriman. They are symbolised as good and
    • learn besides this, for it will be found that all the moving and
    • of man are created by the spiritual currents of the Izods outside;
    • which makes us individuals, which does not now pour in from outside,
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    • experience of another mode of vision besides that of ordinary daily
    • bases, with their triangular sides! Strange indeed are the Sphinxes
    • this was the duality. Let us consider our own being, as we now exist.
    • himself is outside it; thus if he wishes to perceive himself, he must
    • stand outside his own being. That is why Initiation develops forces
    • lying beside the valves of the heart. If the pupil wished to
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • considered. Aviation, however would only assume its right form could it
    • the true facts. Even in regard to the practical side of life these
    • things are only grasped rightly when the spiritual is considered.
    • up, so the sun forces, imprisoned inside, can now create the butterfly
    • and be turned into threads inside the chrysalis. All animal entities are
    • Inside the chrysalis where the grub has vanished, astral forces are now
    • flying around. We men have our ego inside, whereas that of the butterfly
    • is outside. The ego is actually light and is responsible for the
    • standing. The down inside is rather sparse. So from where I stand I try
    • say “I,” for in their case the ego works from outside. When
    • from outside. The whole world of nature is responsible for the lion's
    • colouring from outside, but acquire from within the colour of our skin
    • outside. The caterpillar really spins itself to death. It ceases to be,
    • for itself. What does it do then? It will do the spinning inside its
    • or rather the caterpillar, spins the cocoon outside. We should then have
    • now spins them inside its own body because it cannot spin outside. Now
    • the microscope! One forgets all that is active outside in air, light and
    • the ovum inside the mother Maria. So we must imagine it thus: here is
    • and water which after all play their part are no longer considered.
    • when one considers the scientific method pursued by the professor who
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    • is inside his skin; but without the support of the ground he could not
    • considers of most value for his bodily existence — the interior of
    • earth we were not to see trees and clouds outside, but were to look in
    • the main inside ourselves, saying: Here is the lung, here the heart,
    • we were outside ourselves, but we know that this being outside ourselves
    • us, the feeling of self, to be supported by something outside, namely
    • an official can still have a family life outside his office.
    • to an extraordinarily subtle concept. Just think how from outside we
    • be quite outside himself. If a man is a loveless being, a feeling arises
    • when, outside himself, he has to experience the actions he performed
    • astral body a man in sleep is outside his physical body and etheric
    • the other side, the super-physical side of that which comes to physical
    • listen to speech without taking the meaning into consideration, whoever
    • outside, but unless he is capable of showing outwardly what is within
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    • Considerando que sabemos muy bien que las imágenes de nuestros
    • punto de vista. El consideraba como verdad, tanto lo que él
    • día es considerado no científico el hablar de una y la misma
    • clarividente. Considerando que la mayoría de los hombres se
    • vivimos en los nuestros. Consideramos nuestros pensamientos como una
    • alma, han surgido desde nosotros mismos, y los consideramos como nuestra
    • propiedad. El hombre de antaño no podía considerar su
    • Puedo por tanto, sólo considerar los pensamientos como concedidos a
    • fin de en esta particular temporada y en algunos lugares que consideraba
    • consideraban más bien algo que pertenecía al hombre como la
    • se convirtió cuando los hombres comenzaron a considerar sus
    • decían a sí mismos: El poder espiritual residente en el Sol
    • esto fue lo que se consideró como un principio especialmente
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    • even need to consider birth and death — the two boundaries of
    • several objects of the world side by side? Why is he not content to go
    • in an abnormal sleep. They think that their soul is not outside the body
    • consideration of much finer and subtler distinctions than we want to
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    • aside by the sentence: “Soul originates from Soul.”
    • can try to do so. There are people who consider that that
    • has to take if it wants to place side by side with the
    • himself: “Anyone who, like myself, wishes to be considered
    • elsewhere only an immutable law came into consideration; but
    • replace it in situations where it has hitherto been considered
    • mastered. Even Anthroposophists consider it often unnecessary
    • The soul in Newton comprises his biography. I reconsider Newton
    • the same in both cases, and no power in heaven or earth outside
    • spiritual considerations were to look upon the above
    • have to admit that what happens here cannot be considered
    • experiences, and if they are not to be considered as miracles
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    • into consideration there. It is also found in certain of the
    • thrusting death outside. Thus it can also he said that every
    • of the 17th century, it. was considered quite possible, not
    • escaped the fate of Giordano Bruno. When we consider how the
    • observe the child, not only from the outside but also from
    • many things in the outside world, then this individual kernel
    • convince yourselves if you consider it more exactly. For this
    • outside world. The old, which was present in the germ, enters
    • understood if one takes its opposite into consideration, in
    • remembrance, besides the coming into contact, as it were,
    • again; but in the experience we have something else besides.
    • something else comes into consideration. Whatever is
    • from outside, can in no way be separated from the Ego. I
    • like the inner surface of a sphere, seen from outside; then
    • the child from the outside as sense-perceptions, and are only
    • Ego-experience must take its place beside this content, just
    • death in this manner will not consider that which remains
    • considering what the real kernel of Man's being experiences,
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    • stand one beside another; there is a division between them,
    • consider the world from a higher standpoint, we find that
    • consider the relation between the various stages of matter.
    • consider the physical body upon the Moon. Here, it is already
    • us consider the physical body upon the Earth. Here, the Ego
    • is, if he considers merely one aspect of the brain.
    • mineral world streaming into him from all sides. They do not,
    • toward the plant from all sides, like butterflies. The
    • besides this mineral kingdom itself, also the first
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • are expressed from one side to the other, and anyone who has
    • the highest state of development all that reside as life
    • repeated earth lives; that that, which resides in us
    • earth lives. Today it may be considered as dreaming —
    • demonstrating that an immortal germ resides in man, a germ
    • consider an example taken from a time that lies very near to
    • botany, zoology, osteology, etc. and consider them all in the
    • during his Italian Journey consider, on the one side, art,
    • considers the works of art he meets with. He writes in one
    • opportunity — if we consider the spiritual content of
    • unable to enter it. Mephistopheles stands at the side of
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    • to celebrate the festival of love and peace outside in the
    • this or that circle are, considering the spiritual current in
    • spiritual side of it, it works out magnificently in the old
    • aside the old magic to understand the Christ-Impulse in its
    • before us as the third aspect of the Christ-Impulse; beside the
    • from outside, and is received by the simplest in spirit, the
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    • tone, and was everywhere considered determinant.
    • treatise on immortality. Let us consider for a moment the
    • no matter from which side of the question, whether for or
    • matters are carefully and thoughtfully considered, it will be
    • Reason grasps it outside time and space, while man's reason
    • Living God must be sought for outside the spheres of the
    • not that of a God who directs the visible world from outside,
    • Consider how
    • Giordano Bruno's works lying beside him. Some other influence
    • who worked outside Nature, a God who, first of all, made the
    • was unfettered by space or time. When we consider this, the
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • We find here, besides a few notes on the first and second
    • comprehensiveness and many-sidedness of his mentality. It is
    • theosophists to consider attentively the spirit of our age.
    • general knowledge of special subjects. But when we consider
    • when we consider this we must conclude that it would be a
    • finally given rise to a considerable amount of scepticism and
    • impacts are continually being exercised from all sides by
    • that these bodies impinge upon one another from all sides?
    • number of impacts exercised from outside is compared with
    • reappear when scientists leave out of consideration the
    • by a one-sided view are repeated over and over again. What I
    • not combine them in thought. A considerable amount of courage
    • through ever-new ramifications. But side by side with these
    • even the mere outside husk of physiology is everywhere
    • considering the various phenomena of life, we must, invent
    • must reflect that, considering the nature of the premise from
    • side by side with spiritual research. When we consider this
    • one-sidedness with which the world is continually hedged
    • sense, with Goethe's life, — but to consider the
    • he found himself outside in the midst of a wild snowstorm, so
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    • Images objectively — as if they were existing outside
    • are not considered in spiritual science. Whereas in
    • consideration of somnambulistic-mediumistic beings, as soon
    • side. Thus it does not hold to answer the question ... What
    • cultivate this side of investigation, but the pronouncements
    • insufferance, when, by the one-sided emphasis of one
    • the spiritual side — then in this attitude, one
    • how another soul has come to regard things from another side.
    • such questions by the side of others. The exercises of
    • of feeling THAT outside of one, which formerly was
    • inside one — as if one had stripped off everything, no
    • alongside, who now perceive and feel all that man is, who lie
    • condition which man does not consider in ordinary life, i.e.
    • prevents man perceiving the Dweller of the Threshold beside
    • veils it) is still so considerable, until, as spiritual
    • oneself, beside oneself, without any limitation. One cannot
    • consideration, in the handling on of its communications.
    • it impossible for any charlatans to appear by his side, as a
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    • life. The prevalent one-sidedness — the selection of
    • stands at his side is not unlike the way the Mephistophelean
    • there are many other things besides, which they believe are
    • resides and you will find it. Gnosis is a demonic teaching,
    • unwilling to consider the investigations of Spiritual
    • down within the soul. We ought first to consider what kind of
    • related to the man's former incarnations. If you consider this,
    • this way. Beside the relics of what is there in the soul from
    • across from one incarnation to another. We must now consider
    • Consider the human being in those years of life when the
    • begin with I beg you to consider these things well. We shall
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    • on life. Considering the complicated problems into which we are
    • side-track so as to understand the difficulties which confront
    • consider, as to the problems of human destiny. We might equally
    • let us consider the matter well. ‘Vischer with a V’ grew up to
    • at his fireside. Well, he might have got two years imprisonment,
    • can well observe it, if we consider those individuals of
    • first President of the Theosophical Society, Colonel Olcott.
    • critic to be considered — the most famous critic of the
    • weeks he leaves them on one side. Till finally the fact emerges
    • one side or another, according to the prevailing group-prejudices.
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    • mankind; it cannot be set aside as mere prosaic toil. Man
    • the question of heredity when they consider it in conjunction
    • us to-day consider this time of puberty, which takes its course
    • be considered in this connection, I wish to say at once
    • considerations, for the whole educational system of the
    • what the Western brotherhoods considered suitable and in their
    • occultism they considered harmless for the so-called Western
    • must consider this: — If one knows how the cycles of
    • that time in eliminating or side-tracking many things. Well, we
    • I will ask you now to place two things side by side. I have
    • realism. There you have it from both sides at once: from the
    • one side, the prophecy that the Chinese spirit will take hold
    • of Europe, and from the other side the dictum that the Chinese
    • Maybe there is yet a third side! I may perhaps raise this very
    • be yet a third side, where they may find it very convenient and
    • Considerations such as these at the close of the present
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    • him on and on, so that in a sense he has his Angelos beside him
    • unconscious outcome of the one-sided devotion to
    • naturally from our recent considerations.
    • of the Divine. If you consider this, then you will also realise
    • Mechanical considerations will never lead us to a new
    • read what is generally considered insignificant. After
    • here imitated. Do you imagine — considering how great is
    • another thing beside, there is far more of demonomagic; for
    • described it, and how from the other side this karma must
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • Science at the Goetheanum. No one is considered competent
    • upon the external side of the physical life, the external
    • world history, but that we must consider in relation to
    • Power of conscience stood beside me admonishing me, pointing me
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    • see with his eyes, hear with his ears, but comprises, besides,
    • He soon arrives outside the quiet homestead,
    • To settle by the gentle pigeons' side,
    • Its plenteous waters down the hill-side poured;
    • bear's jaws. On both sides of the Rose-Cross there appears
    • they have passed through conflicts outside these walls; they
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    • towards our heritage that we justifiably consider to be an
    • that of man today. Indeed there is a considerable difference between
    • unity. This situation will be considerably modified in the future
    • Consider
    • the bed, and float outside them. Now imagine that in this condition
    • am floating outside and above them.” If, at the present time,
    • man becomes conscious in his astral body, i.e. outside his physical
    • will be able to direct them from outside — for example, from a
    • side by side, we can then imagine, at least theoretically — and
    • takes place. Whether we consider one particular civilization to be
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    • those Beings who are to be considered as Folk Spirits have reached a
    • etheric aura differs considerably from other etheric auras, from that
    • considerable change at the time of the migrations of the peoples.
    • we were to take into consideration only the character of an
    • find, strange to relate, besides the Archangelic Beings already
    • do not take into consideration the occult forces in the evolution of
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    • Folk Spirits, as different from that of man. Let us now, turn aside
    • there is no need to go outside yourself. You can imagine for a moment
    • ideals into our Sentient Soul from outside; we must allow them to
    • from outside and which the Intellectual Soul elaborates. Then we come
    • the life of man these two streams flow side by side. The one stream
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    • the circumstance that other forces stream in from all sides from
    • in from the cosmic sphere. From outside, the Beings of the second
    • stream in from outside, the Spirits of Form who are nearest to us,
    • which resides in our physical body, and of inner Will, a special
    • sides are equal, the three angles equal, the vertices are equidistant
    • considering Earth-existence in this way we first described thinking,
    • feeling and willing and the working of Love outside our Earth planet
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    • paramount importance which must be taken into consideration. Just as
    • evolution; the one presided over by the Spirits of Venus, the other
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    • are outside the scope of the present lecture — there is a
    • the movements and currents of the wind in the macrocosm outside. Just
    • the forces from above. He looks for them outside in the macrocosm and
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    • Ahriman approached from outside and penetrated into the vast arena of
    • only give indications of this Luciferic influence outside the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • illuminating they are. Let us consider clairvoyantly the old
    • now lies, between Africa and Europe on the one side and America on
    • outside Spiritual Science and is conceived as a living substance, as
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    • effort. In the twentieth century one may fall by the wayside because
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    • ourselves consider the best way to treat of Spiritual Science. For we
    • as of conviction, I would say that, considered objectively and
    • what we are given as dramatic art in the world outside; it is easy to
    • overruling consideration in our productions.
    • beings can only be understood when one takes into consideration both
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    • considerable spur to our own knowledge, to the knowledge which we
    • have acquired in the course of years, to consider it in relation to
    • attention to what was outside him, to what existed all around him,
    • present one), I absorb from outside everything that is growing, but
    • ‘Outside in Nature, forces are at work; through my breathing
    • and through the food I eat they enter into me. What they are outside
    • probably be considered a fool if he were to put forward the theory
    • one outside the other, but their forces mutually interpenetrate, they
    • to do with the ether body itself. Besides being the source
    • Let us now consider
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    • something outside us which we study according to abstract laws,
    • present interpretation. Putting aside all finer shades of difference,
    • vision, an event outside the ordinary processes of nature, affects
    • hence brushed aside as impossibilities and not recognised for what
    • become active within, so outside us in the cosmos those forces are
    • outside in space is also within us. Today man does not yet recognise
    • work in himself, and the forces active outside in the macrocosm;
    • To continue: Besides
    • is anything outside in the cosmos which has the same forces as we
    • was far more conscious of the Pluto, Poseidon and Zeus forces outside
    • as the laws of the outside world are familiar to physicists and
    • pentagram there is an upside-down pentagon. I will fill it in
    • pentagram if you look at the triangles based on the sides of the
    • shaded vertically. Now consider this vertically shaded pentagon
    • want to consider the total forces of the ego in relation to the
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    • into the sphere of Zeus. But when we consider the ego itself, we find
    • Indeed with our egos we are right inside the world. Upon what goes on
    • forces outside in space which are their counterpart, just as the
    • objective outside in the macrocosm, at another, an idea within the
    • ego-forces holding sway outside in space as far more closely related,
    • outside, a divine figure with a certain affinity with human nature,
    • Side by side with
    • whom we know that he plays a very considerable role in human
    • mean Lucifer. Let us consider these two individualities, Christ on
    • really feel this yearning for a star outside in the cosmos which they
    • for the star Venus outside in the cosmos. That is the salient feature
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    • have already tried to describe in considerable detail such figures as
    • well, but another time you tell us that Zeus is outside in space as
    • these forces are at work outside in space without being gathered
    • what works outside in space as natural law can at the same time walk
    • macrocosmic forces which work outside as the counterpart of the
    • with his ego, as poured out into cosmic space. He is in fact outside
    • he has encountered there outside himself has been made out of the
    • soul. If you take all that into consideration, you will come to
    • being, so to say, was still outside the body. Man did not believe
    • knew: ‘With my consciousness I am standing outside my physical
    • on a chair in his house and says: ‘Here am I inside my house
    • out through the door of his house, stands outside it and says:
    • the house than when one is inside it. That is what the old
    • clairvoyant consciousness was like. It circulated outside its own
    • consciousness outside it. When we consider the course of earthly
    • considerable extent outside it.
    • lived in him, side by side with what was in his astral body as the
    • ancient times man bore in him from the side of Zeus his astral body,
    • from the side of the Earth, Persephone. The ancient Greek was
    • outside the physical body, a time when the soul was independent of
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    • lecture we were considering the figure of Dionysos, our attention was
    • consider the ego, observed not with clairvoyant but with normal
    • from the outside, we are able to say: ‘Admittedly we learn to
    • we look at this physical body from outside. Thus these two members of
    • side, from the opposite direction. We know that before man had
    • outside the human body.’ So when the Greeks depicted the
    • his band of followers, human figures who have the ego outside them,
    • outside the physical body. To burrow in the earth is quite absurd; in
    • the whole story in all its ramifications, besides knowing the true
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    • am not walking about out here, that is not me. I must get inside the
    • what was outside it. So it is with the whole of the physical
    • mental representation, which reproduces for us all the things outside
    • light is thrown upon them from several sides, and in a certain way
    • anything other than the things belonging to the outside world. Those
    • necessary for the mystic today. Hence the things of the world outside
    • outside, where he was recognised merely as Dionysos, he made his
    • is still so today. When in the world outside the modern leaders of
    • Mystery was enacted and had encountered in the world outside the real
    • normal life of man if it is only viewed from the outside in its maya
    • outside seem less perfect than an earlier one. In my second
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    • if his soul is turned inside out, so to say, if it is completely
    • Now let us consider
    • his environment without taking into consideration the Saturn, Sun and
    • another side. We cannot come to know occult facts by pinning
    • truth by throwing light on the facts from all sides. The paths of
    • physical body. Let us consider what a part of the human being
    • something of the outside world, something that is not ourselves. Thus
    • matter we have to bear in mind the following considerations. At the
    • Earth, and another stream side by side with this main one.
    • from two sides. Our organisation as a whole, with all that is
    • we are conscious of comes from the other side, from the generation of
    • consciousness from outside, so to say, without man's descending
    • designate these two generations of gods working side by side by
    • elements. Side by side with the Mystery of Golgotha which we call the
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    • upon all things that propagate themselves by laying eggs outside
    • consider the totally different world of the birds, you will not long
    • the feather from all sides; and every hair has the tendency to become
    • outside in cosmic space all the time for all future evolution an
    • ‘The sun as a globe of vapour outside in space is not merely
    • there outside in the heavens is the pristine body of Christ, who was
    • brain. If we go farther and consider the human being clairvoyantly in
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • to be superseded. But when we consider our own intellectual
    • be weaned from his union with the world outside him. The very strong
    • out on all sides when we try to penetrate the widths of space with
    • especially developed on the left side? It is because under the
    • for speech. If we take into consideration that the side of the brain
    • right side. Are we not driven to say that it is the greatest possible
    • fragments of matter in motion, and considered it a triumph to be able
    • so to say, on the other side. So that whether we go out into the
    • and show how at last we meet ourselves outside ourselves. Both what
    • we thus pierce through ourselves to the other side of the
    • side to fear of the infinite abyss, and to
    • knowledge; on the other side they were led, through the
    • can hope to complete the circle, to find will from the one side,
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the other side of the spiritual conception of history it may be said that
    • to be a philosophical or historical study, but the result of a many-sided
    • evolutionary picture there enters on the one side Greek culture, where
    • on the other side there is the founding of Christianity. All the experiences
    • this time. Let us consider what had gone before.
    • — we see on the one side the reappearance of this old Greek culture
    • On the other side, however, see how the spirit of Plato, Aristotle,
    • thought has sprung. In the middle of other wider historical considerations
  • Title: Lecture: About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
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    • be considered more seriously. I should like to explain to you the conclusion
    • it. If we consider the whole matter, we shall find that it is really
    • influences from inside the beings inhabiting it. In a human being, the
    • It must in fact be considered
    • its consciousness the horse knows nothing of all this. Besides, owing
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • shall we touch upon Occult Science or Theosophy; the consideration of
    • of human historical considerations, of human historical thought.
    • and military principles which come into consideration in the conduct
    • the whole of the Iliad and consider it impartially, we have to say to
    • And now to consider the
    • expressed he used to say: “If we only take into consideration
    • strange however, that when we consider this field of battle in the Iliad,
    • when we consider this description of the wrath of Achilles with all
    • thinks. Thus he considers that probably Zeus and his whole circle represent
    • Agamemnon belonged. Thus he considers that there is a certain uniformity
    • in the history of humanity, so to speak; he considers that in the Iliad
    • ought to speak only as one who can look at things from outside; only
    • in question. I beg you to take into consideration that with regard to
    • in which it was written, must escape. But even in such a consideration
    • soul-forces. If we only consider these three forms externally, how they
    • of it, has directly the impression — I must beg you to consider
    • epics, so may the same perhaps be alleged with regard to this consideration
    • stands beside the animal world. We look into the world which
    • trace humanity backwards when we take the present-day soul into consideration.
    • of nature. But when we go further back, and consider how the human soul
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    • appearance, outside the physical, sense-perceptible world, can be
    • be formed unless we consider also the determining, directing
    • celebrated with festivals — has another side, also mentioned
    • Everything that takes its course outside, in wind and weather, during
    • inside his skin.
    • soul to experience all that goes on outside in the course of the
    • outside in the course of the year. We can deepen more and more this
    • otherwise takes its natural course outside your consciousness, if
    • locomotives, our factories, on all sides we see how we
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    • because the cosmos extends round it as a sphere on all sides. And
    • us now consider this from a cosmic standpoint. What is this great
    • far as we are considering the hydrosphere in relation to water, we
    • looking at the sulphur-process. When we consider the tendency of
    • the internal tendency to salt-formation; besides this we have the
    • the cosmos outside the Earth, we now have in winter the ash-forming process.
    • will first consider salt-formation,
    • will not now go into the chemical side of this, though the result
    • immediate considerations.
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    • these lectures, by considering the purely material side. We will look
    • considerations we have gone into here, and since we know that soul
    • contentment on all sides. It expresses itself as an inner permeation
    • a sort of enlarged larynx; at the sides they would concentrate
    • healing forces that reside in everything of a salt-like nature.
    • make for illness reside.
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    • subject than we had to do in considering the previous seasons of the
    • being in the world outside. In this way he spreads out his own being
    • side, with the shining Cosmic Intelligence.
    • the other side, down
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    • pair of stones suspended inside him.” That is more or less how
    • remains just the same substance within you as it was outside. That is
    • after six months to the other side. Then it is winter with us. While
    • ascending stream (red) from the other side.
    • our heads. And then these forces, which at other times are outside in
    • this is a great secret: all the healing forces reside originally in
    • circuit of the breath, knows the healing forces from the human side.
    • They do not reside in the other systems of the human organism; these
    • body. A secret activity of healing resides in the breathing system,
    • Earth and it is winter on the other side.
    • together of Uriel in the cosmos, Gabriel on the human side.
    • judgment and warning, at the side of men: the positions are reversed.
    • transmutation of the healing impulses that reside in the
    • or Hermes to the one who stood at his side — this Hippocrates
    • oneself from outside.
    • cosmic Archangel, while below at man's side is Uriel, carrying cosmic
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    • now we will approach the subject from another side. I have
    • aside from this and look at the development of the spiritual
    • approached from still another side.
    • aside and look only at the single figure of Aristotle who lived
    • Testament were simply not in existence. Leaving on one side all
    • will consider what has actually come to pass. This, of course,
    • culture. There we have one side of the picture.
    • see the other side when we consider men of intellectual
    • very considerable. And yet as personalities they are potent
    • understand Him or not. It behoves us to leave aside the
    • concepts that have become ingrained in us, to leave aside
    • at the side of those who in later times bring Christianity to
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    • tremor closes; the stone is hurled aside. These are all actual
    • present everywhere outside and around the earth, had, with the
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    • considering the event usually known as the Baptism by John in
    • of the body. And outside the body the soul underwent
    • Mysteries this could only be achieved outside the body. And
    • must be put aside, and I am obliged at this point to make an
    • spirit and can no longer suffer because he has laid aside the
    • body of Jesus, we will, to begin with, only consider the fact
    • outside the body of Jesus of Nazareth. The power operating in
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    • to know many regions in Palestine and places outside. Now in
    • journey outside Palestine. But although I cannot say this with
    • certain extent recognised by the outside world, unpainted gates
    • outside member, and that even the most learned Essenes spoke
    • he perceived spirit-forms around them; at either side of these
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    • have understood them but they, on their side, did not quite
    • is so swampy, answered Hillel, and went inside the house again.
    • to them in the Spirit, or they, on their side, conjured up a
    • Even if on the one side these allegations are spread by others,
    • we are not protected, on the other side, against the battle
    • the Fifth Gospel — reached the outside world. True
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    • already a considerable number of souls belonging to us, who have gone
    • stronger powers from the spiritual world. Among a considerable number
    • of the four virtues which we shall consider, four virtues of which
    • virtue which we must consider, if we speak about morality from a
    • nature. Between birth and death we are only outside our physical and
    • consider a human heart-beat. If we have the virtue of courage, of
    • consider our organs of digestion and all that is connected with them,
    • instruments for Courage. Here our Ego remains more or less outside,
    • awake we are also outside the brain with our Ego and our astral body,
    • the considerations of spiritual science extend to an unlimited
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    • contemplating the outside world, and which represents a
    • outside world make extraordinary demands on man's soul if, as
    • thought of as existing outside me or inside me; images
    • will thus be forced, when considering later epochs, to present
    • have today existed then. Besides perceiving something spiritual
    • considerations today. I am naturally familiar with the
    • immortality. But consideration of this must be reserved for
    • inside life. Whereas the ways of asceticism and yoga drew men
    • are wholly outside us. We permeate them with something we
    • with mathematics what otherwise stands outside us. Why? Because
    • mathematics is experienced inside us with immediate certainty:
    • with what we see outside. In this way we feel satisfied.
    • processes of the outside world. Even one of the outstanding
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    • the outside world. And just because man sees in this life his
    • outside world and our senses, which are of course physical and
    • goes on inside remains hidden from ordinary consciousness. So,
    • passive surrender to the phenomena of the outside world, and to
    • with the outside world. We transcend this kind of
    • give us any information about any kind of outside world, not
    • even about what we are in the outside world; only if we
    • ourselves as spiritual beings outside the body, and yet feel
    • There is another point to consider, however, if you seek to
    • always stands beside this more highly developed man that
    • see only the outside world, the cosmos. What takes place
    • the last analysis, we see in ordinary life only what is outside
    • perceive outside!
    • life on earth, the inner world is dark and the outside world of
    • “outside world,” we come to understand the law of
    • to experience in this way outside our body, not only with our
    • will, we disclose for the soul's contemplation the other side
    • formed; how soul finds its way to soul, moving outside the
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    • moving, once wrote: “Each man should consider with what
    • spirit if we have any considerable gaps in our capacity to
    • Once inside the divine and spiritual world, he knew himself to
    • way that the thoughts we experience daily in the outside world
    • are transitory, like the sight of a real object in the outside
    • use ordinary thinking, trained on the objects of the outside
    • Much that refers to the outside world can then be deduced from
    • quite considerably from that which we find in earlier ages of
    • thought-structure by which we then apprehend the outside
    • this produces an attitude to the outside world quite
    • experience a reality outside space and time. We thus experience
    • and the scientific experience we need for observing the outside
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    • outside world. Europeans may feel that such things cannot be
    • applied to the outside world, because of their vagueness, their
    • considered objectively, especially at a time when we need to
    • reality reside in what the soul experiences directly. What is
    • world is reality, and the outside world, that of the senses, is
    • from the outside world. He accepts) it, even if in a higher
    • views, it does indeed express a truth, if somewhat one-sidedly,
    • lives: an experience of the outside world. We have entered into
    • activity. We live in conjunction with the data of the outside
    • us be quite honest with ourselves and consider whether, at any
    • outside is the physical world extending in space, the world
    • our ordinary consciousness the world outside is physical, and
    • that there is a spiritual world outside and that the replicas
    • reality. What lay before him outside was maya.
    • is what justifies us in considering the early Oriental
    • from true reality, which resides in material struggles and
    • Inside Western civilization, therefore, there has developed an
    • the spirit, and maya what proceeds outside in physical
    • stage of development at which, looking at only one side of the
    • historical consideration of human life from this
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    • certain point in their consideration of the human cognitive
    • soon as we become aware of the need to consider man as a
    • one-sided critique of the cognitive faculty can only lead to
    • one-sided conclusions. If we wish to examine the relation of
    • take him as a whole and consider him in his entire being.
    • at all times not only to approach the outside of life, but also
    • to his knowledge of the outside world, and must not
    • him to be a creature of love has its obverse side in his
    • terms. When we observe the outside world and inwardly transform
    • simile. Impressions from outside cannot be allowed to
    • self. It must be possible for outside stimuli to be
    • come from outside. He cannot therefore be so constituted that
    • we have absorbed from outside. Here again, we must look
    • natural knowledge, in relation to the outside, physical and
    • in face of the outside world: for it is only by treating itself
    • as a mere instrument for systematizing the outside world that
    • beginnings of spiritual life that exist outside (in the shape
    • the outside world, and that the act of cognition transforms
    • outside world.
    • something like this: in ordinary cognition of the outside
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    • proposed has its social side too — it is one that leads
    • sides. All the claims normally made by political parties
    • seem like photographs of life from different sides. Yet people
    • bridging the gulf between generations is only one side, only a
    • this way that we can gain the strength to cast aside old fears
    • aside what can hinder this tenderly protected individuality in
    • the pedagogic and psychological sides. And when we do evolve
    • must set aside, we set it aside. The individual will know how
    • outside world we do not attain anything spiritually productive.
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    • in the East exists side by side with what is specifically
    • metabolism with certain material essences of the outside
    • that has been evolved by consideration of the historical
    • Europe. Yet in considering what is going on there today, we
    • when we consider them spiritually.
    • Perceiving this, we must also consider how the various cultural
    • commerce really develops alongside the legal element. For
    • of social configuration existing side by side, widely
    • however, we must be able to consider them independently.
    • We must look at the spiritual side of social structures,
    • side, which became the dominant one in the Middle Ages; and
    • must look at their economic side, for which a spiritual aspect
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    • attracted comment on many sides and has led a large part of
    • developed inside European civilization. Even if we believe that
    • match the social ideal that exists outside his own
    • On the spiritual side, I have already indicated this in
    • characterizing yoga. On the social side, it reveals itself when
    • of man. A new man was to be born inside the old. Things that
    • on social life outside. As I say, this is not merely a
    • the spectator — for here man goes outside his physical
    • takes him outside himself, and creates in him a transport of
    • is no longer overcome by fear when he has to go outside himself
    • Greek view of art: that the Greeks saw in tragedy, side by side
    • pass on to a consideration of the position of the individual
    • the Oriental social order, the first consideration was thus to
    • difficulty still faces us on every side today as an underlying
    • exhausting, is really worthless. Consider how our
    • into thin air. And if you consider how much work has
    • considerable justification. Without this sense of self, we
    • society in man. We can do so only by extending on every side
    • exist outside us. In society, differentiation is necessary; we
    • that is separate in the social world outside — each
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    • them, either. Certainly, anyone who considers the society of
    • attuned to human considerations, you establish a basis on which
    • art in this respect have been considerable. The mode of
    • our artistic depiction, from the inside, of the life of the
    • opinions. They consider that the masses are not really
    • into the outside world and evolved into our inner logical order
    • on to the outside world. These assumed the most varied forms,
    • a way that what is inside him is presented as far as possible
    • to really see inside himself. He thereby reaches the stage of
    • consider the brain to be a mechanism which is dependent, even
    • political allegiance, etc.; and then consider how he acquires
    • of the temperament, the volitional side of children. Central
    • machines; that is the kind of men you are, inside. Even X-rays
    • can look inside man physically; but what is really
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    • with on every side. This was because it was promptly classed
    • When we consider the world around us from a social
    • alongside the prejudices, feelings and impulses of class
    • They reside in the fact that there has
    • arisen in the recent development of civilized man, alongside
    • perceiving, side by side with the forces of ascent,
    • alongside the constructive ones. Yet at the point where these
    • must consider. And so we are led to the distinct branches that
    • — though we cannot, of course, consider it in isolation
    • on this. Consider the changes that have occurred in many social
    • Leibniz. If from this standpoint you consider
    • forces of law reside. The fact that the ability to detect the
    • — but as a social being, alongside other men — so
    • outside their own speciality, something that affected
    • considered that, under the influence of the gold standard,
    • describing. If now you consider the functioning of society, you
    • goes through phases of one-sided development. It went through
    • the one-sided phase we call theocracy, and similarly, later on,
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • of old clairvoyance. We will endeavour to consider once again that which
    • from another side.
    • him, it was more something which came to him from outside like a warm
    • of what came to him as a breath from outside ... not within. This perception
    • has now fallen from him what was outside him on the old Moon has become
    • The other side of life
    • then outside the physical and etheric body. In ordinary life, ideas
    • develops this desire when outside his physical and etheric body, but
    • through as it were from outside into the extremities of the senses of
    • are of such significance to these peoples just because, while outside
    • of the physical body with what otherwise lives outside the physical and
    • during waking conditions, nor by diving down into this body from outside
    • his own being from outside as far as to the senses, but when he can
    • gives the expectancy of physical death, the condition we are considering
    • is then reached. For considered physiologically, we really die, because
    • the pursuit of spiritual science than exists even in the outside world.
    • that the shadow-sides also make themselves felt there, and that what
    • flourishes outside in life often flourishes all the more vigorously
    • but fleetingly outside, are developed with all the greater intensity.
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    • clairvoyance, and thus we will endeavor to consider once again that
    • again, but from another side.
    • it was more something which came to him from outside like a warm
    • Imaginatively of what came to him as a breath from outside
    • outside him on the old Moon has become inward, as the circulation
    • The other side of life is that which
    • the life of sleep. Man with his ego and astral body is then outside
    • this desire when outside his physical and etheric body, but he
    • sinks through as it were from outside into the extremities of the
    • such significance to these peoples just because, while outside the
    • paths of the physical body with what otherwise lives outside the
    • into this body from outside in a state of sleep, but from love —
    • his own being from outside as far as to the senses, but when he can
    • condition we are considering is then reached. For considered
    • even in the outside world.
    • the shadow-sides also make themselves felt, and that what
    • flourishes outside in life often flourishes all the more vigorously
    • certain qualities that exist but fleetingly outside are developed
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    • considerations, and to go more deeply into then. To-day,
    • considerations.
    • recent epoch clearly inclines on the one side to a dualistic
    • him, and his outlook! and we can then consider other
    • nor Descartes took into consideration. I hare spoken of this
    • to the great secret of Birth and Death. That is considered by
    • this in recent lectures). They consider that those secrets
    • Sun-life. Only we must consider this Sun-life Spiritually, as
    • from morning till evening the Sun shines outside in the life of
    • gives itself, that we do not take into consideration the fact
    • through the various positive Sciences is considered by Comte as
    • itself he still considers as the highest development of the
    • to him out of history. He considered the clothing very good;
    • for our considerations for the next days results, when we see
    • these considerations, because I should like it to have a place
    • Apercu results from a consideration of what I have told you, I
    • that it is important not to consider the life of these
    • takes whet Augusts Comte considers as a starting point for his
    • one-sided radical dogma to be applied very roughly with
    • very careful consideration, contradictory to facts as it may
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    • Theosophy, the world and life are considered will notice
    • considerations, that one does not proceed from self-knowledge,
    • in Eastern Europe call for bread. It is simply two sides of the
    • small side remark: The sciences of today, biology, Darwinism,
    • scientific problem. If one considers the actual soul and
    • God and before mankind”—when one considers the actual
    • different form. If we consider cultural progress from the
    • the other hand, that outside this earthly life everyone is
    • being so considered that all are equal before God.
    • consider only our individual deeds. Every deed must stand under
    • that. Let us study the conditions themselves, let us consider
    • Let us try to consider what the history of the future can say about
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    • considerable, in the highest sense, not to mention
    • we can say that not a single one was heard from outside, during
    • itself, and, because the outside world showed so little
    • From outside Europe, from distant Asia, opinions are being
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    • ‘When one considers such an address, it shows once again how
    • sets one by the side of another, and scarcely takes into
    • consideration the homogeneous spiritual bond existing in all the
    • younger man that plant should be put side by side with plant
    • when we shall consider more inwardly what we are to have presented
    • Let us consider for a moment the point at issue and we
    • to-day is considered to be a research relying on external
    • that things are not what these representatives of science consider,
    • It is just when you consider the relation of these
    • world-conception based on the spiritual, we consider what he did
    • consider how far Goethe coincides with the deepest feelings of
    • the hall stood the Prior's table, on each side the monks' tables,
    • universal his powers are as against the sometimes one-sided powers
    • But to-day we want to approach him from another side. Goethe has
    • Now we shall approach Goethe by considering to-day in an
    • after to-morrow we shall consider it esoterically.
    • put across to the other side by the Ferryman in his boat. The
    • Beautiful Lily is on the other side of the River.’
    • back again. If you want to get to the other side of the River,
    • ‘considering your age, no doubt they were decently
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    • consider the inevitability, and the true ideal content of the
    • considers determinative for the nature of the soul, is illustrated in
    • must be valid for all. On the other side — but only in a
    • that in these things it is considered that in every case a man's
    • Science is therefore different from other one-sided
    • where should we be if he were to consider his desire as a source of
    • consider psychic phenomena and the soul-life, we must not confine
    • what concerns the power of conception, we must also consider the
    • one-sidedness of intellectualism, and if further, I wanted to show
    • thinking capacity, the one-sided capacity to form ideas. The
    • Goethe's nature is that he considers that all the powers of the human
    • Now we must not be one-sided and unjust. It is quite correct,
    • were considered as attributes of things! All the same that is just
    • human soul, and considered the first stage on the way to initiation,
    • sides of the soul than mere intellectualism, can be purified of the
    • taken into consideration, then it lies in the nature of the
    • from the other side of the river and reveal quite peculiar qualities.
    • side of the River. On the other side lives the Beautiful Lily, the
    • from the other side to this, but can take no one
    • unmastered by us have brought us from the world on the other side
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    • rich, many-sided, far-reaching and deeply-penetrating life to human
    • when considered with reference to its literary and intellectual
    • ‘Thou hast been to and fro on the earth, hast thou considered
    • will be to consider something of what lies in it. To-day we will
    • consider the matter more from the outer side, but to-morrow we will
    • side of existence. He met Herder at Strassburg, who had gone
    • Goethe found in him a truly human Faust. But that side of negation
    • So Goethe comes before us with, on the one side, faculty
    • over into charlatanism, it is better to consider him in this way
    • When we consider Goethe's soul with its deep and honest
    • consider Faust in this first form, we see what difficulties Goethe
    • in a world of the good, or consider it significant or important. In
    • placed that side of his life which can be expressed by the words
    • another, or to consider life, step by step, as they go through the
    • Let us consider Goethe when during his Italian journey, he
    • ‘Faust’ side by side. For great and powerful wisdom
    • We shall consider to-morrow how Goethe solved this riddle
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    •  Consider, and 't is easy comprehending —
    • supernatural powers at work. Outside in the physical world one can
    • another state of consciousness, a condition outside the body. He is
    •  Did nothing on our outside shell impress thee?
    • world experience. He takes part as an outside observer, in events
    • of ‘Faust’ if one wants to get inside it. One can take
    • ‘indescribable’ from the most diverse sides,
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    • let us jump a long way back in human evolution, and consider
    • old refer his entire head to the Earth-planet. A considerable
    • Further, when we consider the periphery of the Earth, and fit
    • shut in above, on two sides and behind. But it has certain
    • localised memory. The memory is outside, it attaches to the
    • on the evolution of what is within man; we must consider how
    • times the condition was to be sought outside themselves —
  • Title: World History: Lecture II: Mysteries of 'Asia'
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    • when one takes into consideration the totally different
    • Outside in the street a fire engine is passing, to put out a
    • Everything outside in the kingdoms of Nature was transformed in
    • feeling: consider the man with his ordinary consciousness. He
    • outside in Nature, nor to death in man, could the Greek adapt
    • organisation. To-morrow we will consider more in detail
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • and soul still to a great extent outside his physical and
    • Before, they are outside; then they are within him. They enter
    • the evolution we have now to consider, — I mean, the Epic
    • consider the later life and development of the personality who
    • considerable clearness at what point he himself stood in the
    • remain with Gilgamesh. I am setting aside just now the
    • up into itself from all sides the Imaginations and influences
    • Besides the silicic acid, there was imbedded also in this
  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • the side of it stood another, that had a female character. It
    • considering such a personality as is concealed behind the name
    • watery, airy and fiery elements that live outside the human
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • remember that in considering the part played by Alexander
    • to this conclusion: All around me I see displayed on every side
    • on the country-side, that grow up in Spring-time and fade away
    • hundreds of years, forming a bark on the outside, hardening to
    • is now outside him. But just as we are able to-day to look upon
    • not come into consideration; for, as I said yesterday, they
    • being himself came into consideration and what he brought to
    • points of view to be considered.
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    • significance of the events we have been considering, events
    • the beginning of the period we are considering, stands the
    • I had to describe the different worlds that come under consideration
    • as man is united through breathing with the air outside him, so
    • Setting aside for the moment what went on in the inner places
    • Here you have the other side of that which I set before you in
    • our own time, lives his life on Earth entirely outside the
    • observes and considers, it is a logic that works in the inner
    • another angle the great change we are considering. In Greece
    • The two streams remained side by side. And those of us who are
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • to consider the various substances in man's physical nature,
    • microcosm; whatever is present in the world outside him, in the
    • when we meet with something outside in Nature that cannot be
    • thought). Take any object on the Earth, outside the human
    • there are other forces on the Earth besides. These other forces
    • streaming in on all sides from the periphery. You can even show
    • that is subject to the forces streaming in from all sides, from
    • from all sides of the periphery.
    • forces besides these two. The astral body receives its forces
    • that stream in from all sides. You may imagine albumen to begin
    • wonderful processes: the bee sitting on the flower outside and
    • arranged side by side. Only, the cells of the bee are made of
    • forces that stream in from all sides, the etheric forces. Look
    • beyond the physical body and include also in our consideration
    • albumen substance that you have taken into you from outside
    • they were outside it. No mineral substance can remain the same
    • within the human organism as it is outside. The
    • but let the warmth from outside extend its influence into you
    • Here is some water. I drink it. Now I have the water inside me.
    • water inside me is no longer the same as the water outside. It
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    • voice which says: Remain outside the spiritual world, for you
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    • “Goetheanum,” because they failed to consider the
    • and what he did by considering only what is actually written in
    • presentation of these Mystery Plays, besides the cultivation of
    • spiritual world, which can fully take its place beside the
    • the other side of human existence, as it were, the other side
    • it. And this passive self-surrender, assisted besides by all
    • to a man what is brought to him from outside, this
    • all, he does not yet know of another spirit-soul world besides
    • minus side, a stillness that is deeper than the mere silence of
    • to speak, really to speak, from the other side of existence.
    • with the physical body; you experience yourself outside the
    • laid aside at death.
    • in the schools. What is considered by people today the
    • a shell being fitted to the nut from the outside; the
    • the inner architecture, the inside sculpture and painting
    • one-sidedly theoretical, mere knowledge; it can be and must be
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    • does not progress beyond experiencing this shadowy side of his Ego
    • but he considered the phenomena of nature as brought about by this
    • him side by side, but he cannot build a bridge from one to the
    • nature outside him as presented to his sense-organs is a strong
    • structures of social order than those worked from outside. The man
    • consider other social structures. To regard a Nation as something
    • facts connected with the things we are now considering. Yesterday I
    • spoke of Auguste Comte and Saint-Simon. Both consider positivistic
    • Saint-Simon as well as Auguste Comte, on the one side stand
    • side by side,” to which the Spiritualists would not under any
    • that Spiritualism can develop alongside it, for in Augusts Comte
    • and Saint-Simon we find an extraordinary mysticism appearing side
    • by side with their positive philosophy. With the English
    • the sharpest opposition from the side of Spiritualism against the
    • Idealism, Mysticism and Positivism must develop side by side.
    • more so, that, from the side of their Spiritualists, their own
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    • growth: He forms ideas about what in a sense goes outside
    • to him to describe what thus goes outside reality, when he
    • processes; and the younger the child whom we consider, the
    • the human life of soul is in truth outside this sprouting,
    • outside this figure; in waking life, however, we must picture
    • outside to get wood for it by a process of destruction, and
    • more may arise out of these considerations, my dear friends.
    • blossoms. What goes on outside in the earth goes on in
    • instrument. That is why when the soul is outside the body and
    • clairvoyant, when outside the body with his soul, sees the
    • life of the earth. When we consider the life of the earth and
    • look first at summer time, outside us we see in this summer
    • when we consider the whole manner in which the surroundings
    • new sides of life open to us when we know that consciousness
    • external world is considered. There is a growing
    • being more and more to consider only half of her — the
    • conception of it at all, for they only consider the world in
    • ourselves to consider the things of life from many aspects,
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    • certain considerations connected mainly with special
    • which we encounter in the physical world. And if we consider
    • — I might say — inside his skin.
    • outside our head, these inner forces of life grow stronger,
    • sensation of being outside the body; and when he has been
    • perceptions, then we pass over to a thoughtful consideration
    • study spiritual science. Many consider this an
    • physiologist considers, the objects he studies with the help
    • mention one side of the matter with reference to this. We are
    • when we are outside our bodies. Life enters our thoughts, the
    • our head into the spiritual world, (it is outside us only,
    • of phantastic, mystical dreamers, and considered it harmful
    • science which strove for clarity on all sides.
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    • these two lines of opposition are considered as being like
    • the two sides of a balance, of which first one side and then
    • one side, now to the other, but he himself holds the correct
    • bravery. In this respect human nature may diverge on one side
    • the utmost limit. Foolhardiness is one side; the opposite is
    • into foolhardiness he loses himself and lays aside his own
    • the other hand, he errs on the side of cowardice, he hardens
    • to one side and now to the other, he could not always find
    • evolution, by diverting his course now to one side, and then
    • ask: How can the sentient-soul turn to one side or the other,
    • by the sentient-soul. "we find one side to which man can
    • public opinion in Greece, considered wisdom as something
    • able to consider reverently that the ideas imparted to us are
    • consider it the knowledge it imparts in such a way that we
    • faith.” Anthroposophists must not consider it moral
    • We ought to consider what otherwise binds us as being of
    • little value. Father, mother, brother, sister, consider
    • but to consider what may be spoken of as the virtue of the
    • Consciousness or Spiritual-Soul. When we consider the fourth
    • first to one side and then to the other. This is a radical
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    • one-sidedly into life to be followed by the support of the rest
    • when considered objectively, we shall find a solution for
    • considers the human being in a spiritual scientific way. We
    • Beside this, Goethe received through Herder an idea of
    • Werther end his life through suicide. It is well to consider
    • decided impression, but not among those who then considered
    • his most important accomplishment. He himself did not consider
    • in Weimar to be beside themselves with anger. The Duke had to
    • research scientist. We have here, not a one-sided scientist,
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    • of our time. But even when we consider human life as it
    • When we consider the time into which Goethe was born, we shall
    • of existence, just consider how shortsighted many kinds of
    • and Fontenelle produced, but consider this question in relation
    • other less important contemporaries. Consider, for example, how
    • likewise in Goethe, even though we might at first consider him
    • unless we take into consideration such events in the course of
    • So long as we merely consider the external biographical facts
    • It was turned aside through the loosening of the connection of
    • believe anything else he relates. Considering the love of truth
    • it is projected outside him. This actually happened to Goethe.
    • of much that confirms its truth. Consider the knowledge
    • consider such external facts, and
    • Just consider in what a tremendous interrelationship the rhythm
    • this in mind, we are led to consider an especially profound and
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    • This is so even when we take into consideration repeated lives
    • ego and astral body are outside. This is adequate for a primary
    • outside the physical and etheric bodies in sleep only in being
    • outside the head. Because the ego and astral body in sleep are
    • outside the physical and etheric head, they bring about a more
    • day but during the night, it not only is outside of us but
    • lights the other side of the earth. So, likewise, is it day in
    • Considering all this, we shall readily see that an especially
    • this into consideration, you will arrive at a transition to
    • consider how man has come to be, that his ego has taken its
    • mind that such a relationship does not occur one-sidedly, but
    • within you at one moment is, in the next, outside, and then
    • different air is taken in. Thus, what is outside takes on the
    • series placed side by side. It was then discovered that this
    • might be considered equally naive, because Hermann Bahr
    • into consideration, you will no longer find incomprehensible
    • dominant reason into consideration tell yourself this: “We are
    • of day, and outside his head during sleep; because they are
    • outside his head during sleep, they develop an inner active
    • astral body are outside his head, he not only develops that
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    • outside the earth. I have told you that at certain times — we
    • Those who consider themselves especially clever in testing the
    • development. There outside of men is the organism, the
    • be inevitable that some people today who consider themselves
    • Just consider how these polarities thrust themselves upon you
    • things are really considered rightly far too infrequently for
    • — the very people who least experience the dark side of
    • may easily consider himself unusually clever with the ideas he
    • vocational life? You have it before you today when you consider
    • will most clearly understand what I mean if you consider it in
    • said that what men consider to be clever is often foolishness
    • through such a one-sided evolution, proceeding purely in the
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    • into consideration. We must bear in mind that everything that
    • one-sidedness, in the selection of the worst. This must
    • stands beside him in the way in which the Mephistophelian force
    • reside in the deepest regions of the psyche, apparently
    • take this into consideration, you will understand that from the
    • and might falsely consider a man to be disreputable; he might
    • we must consider what relationship exists between this complex
    • come into consideration here, and to these we must turn our
    • we must also consider the physical body. With it, what comes
    • primarily into consideration during the first period of life is
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    • lead to a truly fruitful grasp of life. When we consider these
    • things that we desire to consider in connection with the
    • least two and, under some circumstances, many sides. What do we
    • without taking into consideration that what appears in the form
    • when we consider people who are really somewhat gifted with
    • the first president of the
    • reader may believe the story or not; or better, he may consider
    • wish to consider the question of destiny without
    • points in life that you must consider together, so that life
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    • our present considerations is to attain a spiritual scientific
    • world in any vocation is by no means something to be set aside
    • vocation, none of which is to be considered more prosaic or
    • recognized that the consideration of this particular time is of
    • time. It is this that we must carefully consider.
    • because they only consider a fragment of reality, one that
    • come to light. It must become possible for a person to consider
    • in redemption, must be fully considered if we wish to judge
    • an Eastern and the other with a Western coloring — consider
    • consideration. It will readily be understood, therefore, that
    • They consider it to be entirely proper that they should not
    • bring to light only what they considered suitable for their own
    • practice of occultism was considered harmless to the so-called
    • explains much more than is explained by what one considers to
    • younger man, whom people wouldn't even now consider as the
    • based solely upon external positivistic realism. From one side
    • Perhaps there may be a third side and I hope you will permit me
    • considerations. How would it be if there were also a side to
    • the one side, there is the Roman Church and, on the other,
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    • present considerations will impress us with their deeper and
    • truth as it meets us in life with the one-sided thinking about
    • sixteenth century. In order to consider the hereditary
    • to your Grace, render you endless thanks, and consider it my
    • set aside every other interest, and there is no position
    • held all kinds of festivities because they considered him a
    • kindness of the Prince, however, gradually subsided and after a
    • must take into consideration, however, that what a man produces
    • considered solely in connection with it. I first told you the
    • into consideration the teaching of repeated earthly lives. In
    • period of puberty is not taken into consideration at all by
    • preserved — was considered mere childishness. It was
    • considered the mark of an enlightened person to have risen
    • things on earth, created gods). ... Besides, the sectarians
    • no one had time to consider their misfortune. Women passed by
    • whether its theories might be one-sided, just as an admiring
    • “Because I consider it necessary that someone should be here
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    • consider it especially sublime to stand thus, without
    • of death so that he has his angel by his side from death to a
    • not admit it. When we consider this, however, we see it is an
    • consider this, we are standing more or less within the realm of
    • considerations that revealed the Mystery of Golgotha in its
    • have come to in a natural way from many considerations.
    • consider a vitally important characteristic of this evolution
    • moral point of view. They are considered only as a
    • be created. Only then was it possible to consider the use of
    • spaces. It is not possible through a mechanical consideration
    • considered least significant. After all, this (here the letter
    • it the letter i. Consider how much less this dot contains than
    • electricity is used — and much else besides — there is far
    • must appear on the one side in the course of human progress,
    • vocational karma on the one side, as I have explained, and from
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    • know that it is invalid. On more careful consideration, it
    • earthly evolution of humanity, let us first consider this
    • often considered this luciferic seduction in the sense in which
    • has previously been presented to you, you will not consider
    • to consider monotheism as a religion superior to polytheism. By
    • considered as part of the lecture itself. What I have stated
    • them today, it is because I consider them somewhat important
    • within the framework of the considerations at hand.
    • considered teaching mankind that our environment really
    • can be considered psychics — are able to receive messages from
    • struggle between Lords of Light, on whose side Mrs. Besant and
    • neutral person not taking sides with any of these opposite
    • itself. However, since I do not consider the matter
    • if only Sir Oliver, aside from the personal interest he took in
    • Spiritism always likes to be considered as being “scientific,”
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    • consider the mood, the condition of man's soul, before the
    • thinks — that there outside in universal space a mere
    • vanishing of seeing the spiritual outside in the Cosmos, and
    • always believe their brethren concerning a matter outside
    • meet on all sides with the strongest opposition. But no one
    • friends, direct your gaze outside into the vast circumference
    • be united with the cosmos; he was seen outside the earth.
    • had to have a Christ who is not outside in the cosmos which
    • one side, spiritual science on the other. On no account must
    • just consider it. In our cupola, in the small cupola, four
    • ladies — two on either side — paint their own
    • its forces besides. The ladies have vanished and have been as
    • by the side of this figure, its original image blossoms anew
    • drawing, put it by the side — this is the archetypal
    • diagram), only the first is inside the second. Thus I boldly
    • picture; from the other the right side is sucked out, the
    • its prototype; the latter being by the side of it, newly
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    • just consider in detail this threefold man. Yesterday indeed
    • white, spiritual, is outside the head when you are asleep.
    • the most part inside the physical head. It is therefore
    • coming back inside again.
    • the spiritual is not so pronouncedly outside; for this breast
    • only this goes outside. From a certain standpoint
    • the matter stands when considered cosmically. To look
    • Considered
    • impression of the physiognomy of your head and consider it,
    • place. They go around outside, they come into relation with
    • incarnation will bring to a man. Now we have been considering
    • which rays into the head from outside. Behind this
    • will draw diagrammatically what lies around us outside as
    • diagram 2) to be what is lying outside. When you direct your
    • like, to the external world, the inner side of this outside
    • inner side of the outside (see left of diagram). Suppose you
    • see what here inside inclines within. Now follows the
    • inside. Imagine it must also have an outside. So I will call
    • there and take a peep through from the other side and from
    • the other side see your sense impressions. You could look out
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    • he had arrived inside the space that the physicist considers
    • considers to be filled by the sun, he would find in this
    • right inside, where the physicist supposes the sun to be, we
    • there inside are empty places. And into these empty places
    • soul-life, however, continues, just outside the holes. There
    • set to the faculty of memory. You would go outside there and
    • from the other side rises into the life of soul (yellow).
    • soul-spiritual lights up and, from the other side, penetrates
    • if we are considering the evolution of man. The Greeks,
    • man from the other side, from his animal side. And he could
    • just as much right on his side as I had. Outwardly and
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    • to the careful consideration of actual facts, then he is in a
    • who owned 30 banks and over 30 long lines of rail, besides a
    • delivery, they had succeeded on the American side in screwing
    • here, certainly, there is something besides, which comes into
    • from the national-economy aspect, one considers it solely
    • on the side of returns, not on the side of consumption.
    • the returns side; how conjunctures develope, whether
    • to the consumption side, the result is that
    • considered by the political economists and the business-men;
    • paying side. And if one thinks of everything as a
    • consumers' side. For of course, as regards human existence,
    • Spiritual Science never looks to the one side only, but to
    • all sides. I don't mean a kind of spiritual science that
    • only with necessary work; — it will have to consider
    • the consumption side of the general economy; and
    • question of starting a factory, people will not consider it
    • connection in which one must consider them; for, what goes to
    • in question, of which as a rule people only consider the one.
    • act in other fields, outside the economic one?”
    • by theories, but by the actual facts. Consider, I beg of you,
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    • very first thing we have to consider, if we are really in
    • outside; — they can't expect us always to be finding
    • they all reside entirely in the human will. They reside in
    • one side, the classes who formerly held the reins. These
    • And, standing over on the other side, one sees those people
    • consider, that there were two conditions under which the
    • would have been, on the other side, if the people with some
    • needed, would have been, that the bourgeoisie on their side
    • understanding was to be met with on that side. And under
    • considerable degree of freedom in our spiritual life. Amongst
    • simply that the thing is made impossible on the other side by
    • compromises, no sidelong glances to one side or another: "Can
    • different things besides. And if you go through the whole
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    • other considerations show that it is possible to say as much
    • have to admit that for such questions as we are considering
    • remarkable are the things that go on inside us, that move and
    • philosophical considerations. Today I will try to offer a
    • effort to consider such things as the human spirit, that they
    • attracted considerable notice and has already gone into a
    • on inside us in our souls, if we are on the path to the spirit
    • outside.
    • experienced inspiration we are outside our bodies. We are not
    • according to what the outside world demands of him. It is a
    • different person. Many misunderstandings arise in the outside
    • means a great deal to those who look at life in a one-sided
    • we are now considering it is just this that is so
    • the breast region. The human being considered from the aspect
    • considerably. Thus far, people have only interested
    • order to make the book possible for those who consider the
    • kind of considerations we have discussed today, in which
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    • from all sides, even in the primitive art that has come down to
    • beings which are governed by considerations going beyond the
    • existed positively alongside the negative forces of decay. They
    • by taking into consideration how this instinctive
    • makes the human being think and consider, drawing conclusions
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    • man is to be found outside the world of the senses. I would
    • it were, outside itself and become this new power in the soul.
    • the main thing. But alongside this, something else frequently
    • experiences come to us as if from outside us, in the way that
    • fully aware that we are outside it because we are able to
    • perceive it as an object outside ourselves, just as we normally
    • see physical objects outside ourselves.
    • A fully developed spirit-man, now existing entirely outside the
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    • anthroposophical research does. First we have to consider the
    • themselves. But when the power of thought on one side and the
    • ourselves in a way from outside, that this developing thought
    • occupies the soul from outside or from within, and by one's own
    • remains active, side by side with the new, in a sense, second
    • personality. The everyday man stands beside this second
    • stands beside him with the ordinary power of knowledge,
    • uttermost attentiveness. Thus side by side with these exercises
    • What is meant by this can become clear when we consider
    • not considered. But methodical research must have a firm
    • with his will, outside his body; and this provides him
    • sides; on the one hand, of Unbornness, and on the other side,
    • being with his sound human understanding remains side by side
    • as in old age, within the process of assimilation, side by side
    • for what was done inside it.
    • the whole human being. We have seen how the one-sided use of
    • social impulses are deepened by considering not only in an
    • be fruitful for life. If one considers the ethical and moral
    • life in an unprejudiced way, as I have attempted to consider it
    • time, able to confirm from the side of knowledge what is sought
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    • general, he would probably find more reason to consider that
    • think that Naegeli, the great botanist, was really a one-sided
    • is the same when we consider our minds; for if we train our
    • phenomena that normally are only considered quite apart from
    • can refer to what I have said about the artistic side of this
    • manages to evolve beyond purely physical considerations
    • to be found outside ...”
    • at all sorts of ideas, which singly would represent a one sided
    • nature, and how the materialist today has only a one-sided idea
    • in the human soul that exists alongside our ordinary
    • only be reminded of from outside. But now we can carry
    • many-sided picture.
    • and political harm. Only the restricted and one-sided views of
    • existence in spiritual beings and forces. It is not a one-sided
    • but a many-sided path that it takes, for there is not only one
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    • content of the poem which is considered specially important.
    • briefly, is the artistic side of the question, and it
    • Our Eurhythmy, besides being of the nature of Art, is a kind
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    • true view of the world when we consider the earth and indeed
    • consider the relationship between the Russian and his earth.
    • man of to-day is only too inclined to wave these things aside
    • life of civilisation from three sides, and it is extremely
    • interesting to fix one's mind on these three sides of this
    • into the consideration of the reasoning, intellectual
    • principle of utility comes into consideration.
    • lies completely outside his being. He can grasp as an
    • the one side he rejects the pure utilitarian intellectual
    • stated that in what is brought forward from this side as
    • consider that theory spoilt by its Aestheticism. In the 19th
    • I take sides with any Party. Neither Lloyd George nor Wilson
    • Spiritual impulses. Superficially considered it is easy to
    • the following. Let us consider certain brochures, certain
    • before the world, but inverted, turned upside down, as it
    • Just think how on all sides to-day human beings tend to shut
    • awakened from the side which already exists. It is necessary
    • These books have been read considerably for some
    • impulses traditions. Above all one thing must be considered,
    • any consideration, and puts aside everything which does not
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    • different considerations we have brought forward, you can
    • again, that which appears to us as being outside the Earth,
    • related to the Cosmic powers outside the Earth. Here on Earth
    • possibilities depend on the fact that besides those powers
    • Science of these who are in their right Cosmic age, besides
    • being from outside; and just because they are inwardly
    • these are simply two sides of one and the same thing); or, on
    • human development on one side or the other. On the one side
    • more and more mechanical. An Ahrimanisation on the one side,
    • crippled on the one side and reduced to a merely abstract
    • side and the super-earth, what is outside the Earth on the
    • one side and the super-earth, what is outside the Earth, on
    • shall not seek him one-sidedly only in relationship with
    • in this Cosmic age. Just consider that we must really speak
    • Place that before your souls, and consider it is an important
    • the other Educational Institutes. Just consider the great
    • considered today.
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    • want to speak to you once more because I consider it
    • because he considers the tone of the lecture should have been
    • all this mean? Today I shall consider the matter entirely
    • consideration.
    • subsided and out of a much older culture the first blossoming
    • considered in their right connection. Outer conditions
    • truth even if this truth is considered necessary only from
    • “Official Gazette” outside; then there are
    • — and you not only find inside: some particular class
    • for life. For example, I candidly own that when I consider
    • things are not taken one-sidedly. Naturally I could not
    • side of a tree is photographed then to give a complete
    • picture the other side must be photographed too. For this
    • worthy of your consideration — what it means to bring
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    • Endeavour to compromise here only leads to side tracks. Do
    • now,what is the cause of thie? Let us consider the thing as
    • — considers it “demagogic” and so on.
    • Priests. And the tone of the things said by both sides is not
    • subsided and the first Post Atlantean civilisation developed
    • just because on the one side there must be discretion and
    • caution, so on the other side these things must, be sharply,
    • Things must be considered in their relation to the whole. The
    • consideration of external events. When one considers how it
    • words. There is a tendency to-day just to consider words and
    • stuff, marked “Official” on the outside. One
    • instruction. And inside we are not only told that in such and
    • course one who knows spiritual life considers men to-day as
    • that things should not be taken in a one-sided way, I wished
    • tree is photographed from one side, in order to obtain a
    • other sides, and so I had to add that which I have said to
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    • consciousness, a panorama of what was outside and beyond the
    • conceived of that which is outside and beyond the Earth in
    • outside the territorial region comprised with in his
    • all that we have been considering, during the course of many
    • during which we can consider these things, to certain brief,
    • Occult Science a considerable amount of knowledge gained
    • He only takes into consideration the movements which he
    • in such a way that on the one side we have only our sense
    • on the one side there is the relationship to the outer world
    • given us by the senses, and on the other side, by our desires
    • considerably. 'hen we really have got to the point where we
    • know, not by means of external mathematical considerations,
    • days there is much talk of the laying aside of all
    • considering what I have said to you today to be the most
    • years old are considered mature enough to go into Parliament,
    • considered to be unnecessary at the age of 40 years to try to
    • hundred years and then it will be necessary again to consider
    • include an address about Anthroposophy because he considered
    • aside for “Steiner's Anthroposophy”. This was all
    • consider who the person is who is speaking
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    • understand this let us consider the world as it lies before
    • will think of the world, leaving aside the human being
    • steep themselves in one-sided truths of this kind and the
    • one-sided and difficult to bear. Philip Mainländer, the
    • outside the bounds of the human skin. What will
    • creative principle in our time — lives inside the bounds
    • the individual human being, namely all that lies inside the
    • me to the speaker's desk and left a great many still outside
    • as an outsider. As I have often said, the education at the
    • for a considerable length of time. And they bring with them
    • the dwelling place of the Gods is inside the bounds of the
    • respect the thought we have been considering to-day amplifies
    • present and will dominate the future, lies inside
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    • shadow-side of man's life — important as that side
    • become vision. We offer the soul, as it were from outside,
    • however, only the one side, and on becoming familiar with
    • these two sides of the human being, so balances them, that we
    • working from outside — what stir a man up to take his
    • sides being formed alike. But when this has been given
    • for what approaches us in a natural way from outside to
    • that strives to get outside man's essential being. If all
    • beside red. This appears rather trivial to anyone with a
    • the side of the other colours, one can produce a wonderfully
    • stages of life. Inside those barriers of the soul of which we
    • senses in a very one-sided way. When with the eye we see
    • most one-sided development. In the eye there is always
    • one-sided trend, however, if we are able to perceive such
    • see, what, however, is suppressed by the one-sided trend of
    • the one-sided eye is only an object, to reduce this form to
    • (such things always savour of one-sidedness) he felt the
    • one-sided, for every art can reach these heights; but
    • characterizations are always one-sided.) Every art, however,
    • we place what is within us to a certain degree outside, so
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    • the difference between them and it is a considerable one.
    • considering his experiences in connection with architecture
    • conscious of his existence outside the body, in the spiritual
    • forms, colours. The seer starts from the opposite side. He
    • the opposite side and from there enters into the imaginations
    • different sides. That is the way in which the seer comes into
    • which lies quite outside ordinary life. This is not correct.
    • represent something that is outside life, but that is an
    • ordinary perception of reality on the one side and artistic
    • on the one side, man's inner life which does not reach to
    • ancient Indian culture. In Indian culture a considerable part
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    • incarnation. It is this basic idea which we have been considering in
    • is an entirely secondary consideration so far as the real nature of
    • the world outside is a deviation from the real task of wisdom. It is
    • to us when we study the existence of the human being on the one side
    • between birth and death and on the other side between death and a new
    • and a great deal more besides. In those first three years we learn very
    • very great deal of knowledge is absorbed from the world outside and
    • who only want to get their knowledge from the outside world, would be
    • Consider once more the
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    • these two lines of opposition are considered as being like
    • the two sides of a balance, of which first one side and then
    • one side, now to the other, but he himself holds the correct
    • bravery. In this respect human nature may diverge on one side
    • the utmost limit. Foolhardiness is one side; the opposite is
    • into foolhardiness he loses himself and lays aside his own
    • the other hand, he errs on the side of cowardice, he hardens
    • to one side and now to the other, he could not always find
    • evolution, by diverting his course now to one side, and then
    • ask: How can the sentient-soul turn to one side or the other,
    • by the sentient-soul. "We find one side to which man can
    • public opinion in Greece, considered wisdom as something
    • able to consider reverently that the ideas imparted to us are
    • consider it the knowledge it imparts in such a way that we
    • faith.” Anthroposophists must not consider it moral
    • We ought to consider what otherwise binds us as being of
    • little value. Father, mother, brother, sister, consider
    • but to consider what may be spoken of as the virtue of the
    • Consciousness or Spiritual-Soul. When we consider the fourth
    • first to one side and then to the other. This is a radical
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    • primitive times, nevertheless we may consider important
    • outside the physical body as a mere human shadow-life and
    • mysteries; and outside in earthly life human beings would have
    • should consider this matter without bias and you should put
    • aside many of the concepts which today have simply become
    • consideration of the Mystery of Golgotha. The resurrected
    • realize it in considering present-day conditions. Less is
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    • have merely advanced more rapidly. Besides these leading
    • the etheric body can be re-embodied. Aside from the fact that
    • aside from the fact that what was contained in the
    • explained out of itself, if we consider physical facts alone.
    • little consideration is given to a fact of very great
    • physical relics are emphasized. Just consider what great
    • people who would have considered it the greatest folly had they
    • For the astral body of man must of course be considered in a
    • disputes began about the Lord's Supper. Just consider how among
    • general you can consider it a sign that people really have no
    • we can learn something else besides, if we see how in these
    • — which resides in the astral body — this acute
    • What has become of scholasticism, if we consider it, not as to
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    • sleep, in which we are outside of the ordinary circumstances of
    • But let us consider: by what means in
    • consideration, and it is entirely correct that he surrenders to
    • cabinets, at the clinic and so forth, and then considering: is
    • that the I is resting inside of the human skin. Now one feels
    • immortality. Only when one comprehends these two as two sides
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    • only be fully understood when illumined from different sides.
    • objectively consider why spiritual science would neither wish
    • after death when a person has laid aside the body. Every
    • Let us consider
    • any so-called modern ideas. Just consider how rigid was the
    • Let us consider
    • thing of importance to consider is the effect of this faith
    • to consider belongs to the sphere of the will. This is the
    • from all sides in various forms, we must acknowledge the need
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    • civilized? What here comes under consideration are vital and
    • composed, are to be found outside in inorganic nature. If the
    • creatures. If you consider people while disregarding their
    • nervous system. In humans it extends along both sides of the
    • outside itself; through the higher nervous system, what takes
    • blood conveyed not only what it received from outside through
    • outside marriages. The individual began to live his own
    • to pull you over to my side.” That which possesses a
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    • today's subject. We shall consider in the sense of spiritual
    • himself above it. The refusal to consider the other person's
    • consider this one essential characteristic of living
    • aside and coldly observe. The reason is that nothing must
    • stand constantly at our side, like a guardian of life, the
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    • a kingdom by itself. Let us now consider this issue in the
    • outside. By then our present planet will have fulfilled its
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    • organism that is considerably more delicate and refined than
    • with others; they can reach a person's ear from outside, but
    • a person, we must always consider each human being
    • must be considered separately. While it is impossible for
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    • personality with one-sidedly developed impulses, and a mortal
    • death. He says: “When we consider the most highly
    • death are considered, a distinction must be made between
    • in the physical world outside, and further that the ether
    • consider a person's physical organism, we must be aware of
    • were, pushed aside; the senses are freed; the outer world
    • seven another enveloping sheath is pushed aside. The
    • aside, as was the maternal body at physical birth. Up to the
    • aside as was the maternal body at physical birth. Thus, at
    • must necessarily incorporate what is outside in nature. All
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    • widened considerably to correspond to reality. It must
    • create a life of its own, not draw it from outside. What the
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    • outside. However, this is something that holds true also for
    • conscious of what comes to us from outside, not of what goes
    • on inside. When the "above" is in harmony with the
    • projected and appear as forms approaching from outside.
    • contains our mental pictures of the outside world. As long as
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    • this connection Goethe's saying is apt: "Consider the what,
    • but even more consider the how." Spiritual science is rightly
    • outside. All animals whose blood can be mixed without ill
    • acting from outside has become individualized in humans.
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    • aspects of an individual's nature into consideration, let us
    • individuality has already been established. We must consider
    • physical body is laid aside, but now the tool for obtaining
    • maternal sheath. Only when this is pushed aside is this body
    • sheath is pushed aside as was the maternal body at physical
    • as it were, stand back and consider just what it is the child
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    • one stands at a certain spot an the mountainside, when a path
    • nature. What comes into consideration here is too often
    • to the opposite side of the mountain and use the path there
    • recognized by outsiders. Never to let it be known that one is
    • with that of the plant. Man, the plant turned upside down,
    • Consider for a
    • exists outside. For example, take what light has brought
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    • with mysticism, as we shall do in today's consideration, will
    • is to be considered, one cannot be limited to say only what
    • considerations.
    • within the artistic one-sidedness he faced. This is the
    • represented artists who one-sidedly cultivated the two arts
    • was in his view a one-sided dramatist because dramatic words
    • instrumentalist, to be the most one-sided, for he conveyed in
    • one-sidedness of this art form, strove to burst the Shell and
    • beings a higher being resides, a higher self that was only
    • that it must approached from as many sides as possible. His
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XIII: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • for centuries has been considered a source of Truth, can
    • things are considered, all prejudice must be set aside. In
    • kingdom we see the physically imperfect side by side with the
    • experienced in this condition differed considerably from the
    • This we shall understand when we consider how the writers of
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    • To Compare these two texts Side-by-Side,
    • Considering
    • which consider themselves anchored in
    • itself; he clarified that it was outside the program.
    • the possibility to consider them later should it be so
    • the principles of becoming are taken into consideration.
    • outside in the world as a founding what has been described here as a
    • replied: the fact that it didn't happened could be considered an
    • of the East” being active also in Germany. The President [A.
    • of the German section by the President of the Theosophical Society.
    • matter, was shattered; outside the war raged; in Dornach the
    • given by Dr. Steiner developed alongside the creative colors
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    • but also when we are asleep. During our sleep, we live outside
    • Ego and the astral body just there, beside them. Instead, they
    • are indicated here, then the Ego and the soul which are outside
    • the human being would have to be drawn outside it only in the
    • the Ego and the soul are outside the physical and the etheric
    • considerable changes. You only have to remember how the Greek
    • Only by such thoughts and considerations can humanity attain a
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    • outside and was not strong enough to enter man. This Buddhi was
    • aside as evil; they must wait for a later time in order to
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    • Ego and the astral body are, as it were, outside the head, they
    • there is winter on one side of the earth, there is summer on
    • the other side. This too is only a transformation of
    • to the other side of our being. Our lower nature is awake
    • side, it is summer on the other side. When there is a waiting
    • however, we shall not consider its different stages in the same
    • way in which we shall consider the consciousness of the
    • cosmos outside; these are the things which live in the
    • us now envisage something else — let us consider the
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture I
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    • When we consider man from
    • side the physical and etheric organism are connected more closely and
    • on the other side ego and astral organism. Though in waking state these
    • one side ego and astral body, so to speak, hold together, and on the
    • other side physical and etheric organism. So that the astral and etheric
    • If we want to consider these
    • absolutely clear about this: what first comes into consideration in
    • organism. With the eye, there comes into consideration (just see for
    • once the complicated way in which the eye comes into consideration)
    • together on one side in the human eye and also in the human optic nerve,
    • the impression from outside, which had at first really been in the ego
    • — and the astral body and then from inside the physical and etheric
    • entering there the eye wants to take shape inside of man. Most of all
    • from above downward) from the senses going inside, goes a forming force.
    • and from the inside continuously it is dissolved again.
    • in the middle, on one side his nerve-sense organization, that is the
    • organization of the head, — on the other side the metabolic-limb organism,
    • of dissolving from the side of the kidney-system. This can be seen in
    • it, so that the act of striking from outside will be sufficiently fastened.
    • to the outside through the relatively solid influx; but at the same
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    • which can enable us to take greater connections of history into consideration.
    • as he stands in life from day to day and From the very ordinary side
    • change inside his organism. The first one is that when we take up food
    • as it is outside in nature, maybe just made ready in some way. Besides
    • and the air must undergo powerful changes inside our organism, so that
    • they can satisfy and become human, so to say, inside our organism.
    • in regard to what they are in our surrounding outside. The foodstuffs
    • never could become through outer proceedings what they become inside
    • the most different ways inside chemical laboratories — but never
    • change over into something entirely different from what they were outside.
    • exterior way inside a laboratory. But everything that gets into our
    • the nourishment inside us, must come from us. And this happens on the
    • from the mouth reach the intestines, the last traces of the outside
    • — it was only completely killed inside the intestinal canal and
    • one side would bring these organs about only in a one-sided way. Or,
    • what is radiated out by the kidney were there inside the body, it would
    • chyme inside the intestines and the whole is permeated already by the
    • nothing astral from outside. All this he has to transform first inside
    • warmth from outside (see diagram 3, yellow, red). All tumors are in
    • fact healed from outside. One only has to bring about in the organism,
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    • such things. The light that we appreciate so much today was not considered
    • in face of all that was living outside. The man of old felt himself
    • there in nature, it will stay basically the same inside the human organism.
    • that Fichte made this sentence was already considerably older, he was
    • philistines than the old ones have been. Even this side must be looked
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • willing, and thinking within these events, considering them for
    • chart on one side of which he wrote a particular
    • statement and always set its opposite on the other side.
    • For example, on one side stood the assertion “In terms of
    • space the world is infinite,” and on the other side “In
    • they bring their will to bear on it. Kant considered these
    • questions to be outside the realm of human knowledge, to be
    • look outside of what we call spiritual science. Only the
    • right-hand side, I can write 2, 4, 6, 8, and so on into
    • and so on. When you reach a construction with a hundred sides,
    • a circle is a polygon with an infinite number of sides. If you
    • have a small circle there are an infinite number of sides in
    • infinite number of sides — and yet exactly twice as
    • take a small circle with an infinite number of sides and a
    • circle twice the size with an infinite number of sides, then
    • considering.
    • are, besides a state of equilibrium, pendulum swings to
    • considered not quite sane, aren't you? It was not as bad as
    • side. But as soon as Lucifer is there, he always allies himself
    • outside through skillful manipulation. That is the work of
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    • besides all that I have already told you of its artistic
    • things it had, there were figures on both sides of the clock,
    • Death on one side and two figures on the other. One of these
    • ahrimanic and luciferic qualities and on the other side there
    • consider another aspect. Let us take an example quite
    • skeleton, Death, opened its mouth and people saw inside it a
    • consideration we could say that the man who constructed this
    • was a simple man. He had no intentions beside the thought that
    • And it would obviously be one-sided to draw the conclusion from
    • clockmaker and not consider the consequences of our actions.
    • you may consider at this moment to be the only opinions one can
    • considered great in centuries to come, whereas people who have
    • people who even in those days considered Goethe's Faust
    • things as absolute but considering them in their whole context.
    • can do only if we consider not merely how we judge external
    • things and events in the world outside us, but also consider
    • consideration. We must now consider this problem.
    • one-sided. In what follows it will be shown that each view is
    • one-sided because neither correctly estimates the position of
    • Without hurting anyone's feelings, of course, let us consider
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    • teacher, however, were people of considerable importance, who
    • realized that the first two teachers were considering their
    • consider the phenomena that Lucifer and Ahriman carry over from
    • consider the events as necessity. There is no doubt about the
    • we come to something else that has to be considered. The
    • considerable while.
    • we think in a living way, we will consider this to be an
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture IV: The Roman World and the Teutonic Tribes
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    • aspects as we can. We usually do not consider that problems of
    • all the points that should be considered. For just imagine, if
    • essentials, let us return to considering the human being as
    • said, for such objections do exist. Consider for a moment
    • perceiving their own eyes and not what is outside. If one
    • the same as the effect an outside object has on healthy eyes.
    • sometimes one has to consider them in order to realize the
    • human beings want to do something, we consider what form our
    • we take all these things into consideration, we will realize
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • become so well acquainted with. We consider man as a synthesis
    • outside.
    • it from outside. If someone were to call out the word
    • I. The I as such is never named from outside. Yet
    • because we can picture it with our observation outside in
    • earth evolutions remains a mystery if we consider the physical
    • in the same way as they still saw elemental life in the outside
    • talk about there being nothing outside us but vibrations, and
    • their own organism. They will consider it a superstition that
    • there are colors outside that tint objects. The outer world
    • believe there are colors outside in nature? You do not
    • know that you are only dreaming inside yourself that nature has
    • world outside do not believe that it exists, people in the
    • consider it the right procedure to be told what to do. As I
    • outside, and that it is a human attribute to have a red or a
    • realize fully that in their considerations of the physical body
    • something besides the physical body, otherwise it would
    • spectator on the other side, and demonstrates that
    • but that is how they act. Yet when other people besides
    • existence of Christ. For they consider it their
  • Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of Language
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    • bright side of the sad, the terrible events of recent times.
    • It is a bright side in that it shows that the dreadful things
    • rights-state — what then is the right considered purely
    • consider the matter further you will see that in the
    • secondly “standpoint”. Consider this ghost of a
    • further consideration it all becomes very abstract because
    • means of many-sided conditions of the conceptions in
    • think, if from one side only it is mentioned that the human
    • from the outside developing through the course of his life
    • spiritually considered, abstract thinking is putting the feet
    • their rose when considering anything. They are quite
    • deciding on something. People today do not even consider why
    • must be conscious that on the one side you are constantly
    • from different sides in this fifth post-Atlantean
    • ahrimanic: only from the side of ideas to the luciferic, from
    • the side of will to the ahrimanic while materialists are
    • not one-sided. One should not become one-sided where the most
    • Many-sided interests will be essential for men if they wish
    • considerably. What comes two expression in the sixth, and
    • possibility of a wise paganism alongside Christianity then
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    • throughout the world. Consider how manifold are the varied
    • feelings and will impulses depending upon languages. Consider
    • the individual man who is being considered. It is a matter of
    • considering is the social life of people. The folk genius
    • consider, you have to do it not just with physical human
    • comes to his speech from outside. In the inward experience of
    • consideration in it as a means of making themselves
    • one-sidedly and falsely — that is shown by his
    • informative in language which alone comes into consideration
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    • personalities outside the pale of Spiritual Science. Here too lies mere
    • how to estimate it. Here too I beg you, my dear friends, not to consider
    • of the times better than people outside the Anthroposophical Movement.
    • For one could wish that many more inside the Anthroposophical
    • considerations today, I will take an example that may be said to have come
    • very one-sidedly. But it comes from a man — and this can be seen
    • during the catastrophe of these last years. Although in a one-sided
    • present and future. The writer has a certain world-outlook. He considers
    • invaded the civilised lands of olden times from outside, are the rapidly
    • through the centuries by the various churches. This has not arisen outside
    • on the non-Catholic side. All this may be quite well recognised while
    • he could only say things that the others considered very reactionary.
    • side that without the considerations of Spiritual Science we may arrive
    • running beside us is living just as much in abstract concepts as we
    • think upside down. For instance I was once going down a street in Zurich,
    • extends very considerably into the senses.
    • Let us consider the eye.
    • Now consider, my dear friends!
    • faculty for abstraction, even though it appears one-sidedly in the various
    • faculty that they get beyond the one sidedness of the present animal
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    • and especially a propos where the kind of considerations now in point
    • made today by philosophers and theologians outside the Church, through
    • they are connected with something besides. And now we will turn our
    • cleric of Rome considers valid. What does ne understand by it?
    • in accordance with existing conditions. Let us then consider the three
    • rigid, they are merely the shadows of what they have been. Besides,
    • spiritual tide, would be greater than all the rest of evil beside. Our
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • From our considerations
    • from many sides today to the detriment of present knowledge as well
    • side on what becomes so enigmatical if looked at from the points of
    • side man can look upon the mineral kingdom and the plant kingdom; on
    • the other side he can look on the animal kingdom and the kingdom of
    • If I want simply to lift this little book from the left side over to
    • kingdom, in the plant kingdom I really see only the outer side, and
    • beings who, when observed by man, reveal only a certain side of themselves
    • the whole of mankind, man has on the one side the robust, crude nature
    • side a realm that he wishes to reach with only the weakened mirrored
    • have less and less will to think. On the one side they want to have
    • is right if we begin by saying: I must consider the case, I must look
    • by the time the fruits of these men are ripe, people outside would have
    • much injury must cause much injury. Besides there is still the shadow
    • side, namely, that whoever thinks to find only what is just personal
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    • dreamless sleep, then our consciousness is so inconsiderable that we
    • In sleep, with our ego and astral body we are outside the physical body—no,
    • outside in space and in time. We do not indeed do this, but were we
    • the pain; it is really drowning the suffering, sending it outside. In
    • projected into the supersensible, was considered an impossibility! The
    • momentous a sphere, people consider possible only what they are accustomed
    • considered by those very people who are attached to our Movement for
    • been considering. And it will indeed be necessary for you, my dear friends,
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    • such great human guilt, is regarded. This is the one side of the matter.
    • But next we have to look at the other side and say to ourselves: And
    • side. We penetrate to the inner side by trying to become clear how this
    • Let us therefore first consider
    • through its own inertia it swings to the other side.
    • Only consider to what a
    • And while we consider Plato,
    • inner side of what happens, if we see that at the same point as Plato
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    • it clear that, looked at from one side, the actual content, the deeper
    • help from a region that was not of the earth, a region outside the earth,
    • had not something entered the earth from outside— namely, the
    • impulse? We might first consider how Goethe actually stood within European
    • from the centre was pushed aside by the Slav wave—in the west
    • consider what has come from Herman Grimm's pen about Goethe as the best
    • which must be pondered in the soul in all seriousness and with due consideration.
    • so on. What he considered important was to let Linnaeus work upon him
    • as a man who placed things beside one another. For from a higher standpoint
    • itself felt in this side by side arrangement.
    • of his life at the time, but was something he had to find outside; it
    • nothing of the placing side by side of the organic being, as in the
    • and the Beautiful Lily? Consider what is written about the fairy
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    • worlds exist beside our own; the so-called astral and
    • the afternoon, or you are shaken in rage and fear. Consider how
    • beings, because we never consider spatially separate beings as
    • we will never consider separate bodies in the physical world as
    • doesn't consider this extraordinary wise migration
    • endlessly larger. Just to mention aside, the astral plane has
    • such beings' ugly side. The ugly side you find in the adverse
    • consideration. They will only be comprehended once we have
    • plane. When a clairvoyant considers a plant and how its roots
    • Likewise the human body may be considered — how the etheric and
    • radiated from all sides by the Group Ego of the plant, and
    • its presence from outside, where soundlessness begins to cease,
    • the soul from one side to another. To avoid this there is only
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    • aside some more or less pedantic tendencies and through the
    • to the consideration just mentioned. One discovers, on looking
    • at the way Goethe considered himself, that one can't really get
    • During this time Goethe was not tempted to consider that
    • without comment, explanations or considerations, one steps into
    • than what resides in Wagner's soul. Whoever explores the
    • suchlike. In this scene, considered as dramatic, artistic and
    • impulses, world knowledge and self-knowledge are considered, it
    • considers these illusionary things in a philistine or pedantic
    • the luciferic on the one side and ahrimanic on the other side
    • it was one-sided and had to be linked to world knowledge, to
    • stupidity and cleverness, as they appear side-by-side in life.
    • the mothers on the one side, and on the other side, what could
    • quest wasn't towards a one-sided spiritual abstraction or life
    • one-sided self knowledge. Faust is introduced into the
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    • day before yesterday we considered one the most important
    • scientific” with constant consideration to the occult side.
    • Self-knowledge is considered so much more important within the
    • astral and I-bearer and the latter two are outside the body. We
    • When a person, through ordinary consideration of his merits and
    • You can easily consider the following: How would it have been
    • carefully consider the extent of the influences of the
    • realised through proper consideration of the poetic saying: If
    • added to the consideration. The ether body links to something
    • incorporated into a physical body. Seen from outside in a
    • and especially if we make this interest many-sided, then we
    • “I,” while taking into consideration the karmic
    • consider the question: what is karmic thinking?
    • consider the inheritance line. Knowledge of the “I” living
    • the one side is the image of the materialistic standpoint, then
    • from the other side that of a spiritual or a mechanistic or the
    • creates a different side, that is the inner tolerance which is
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    • work in the direction, which we consider is the needful direction for
    • which is imaginative an intellectual. Put on the other side this has
    • humanity as a whole, has in a one-sided way grown up round our social
    • Seen from another side the Building presents this aspect.
    • much considered. When the building had to be remodelled to stand upon
    • various motives that are to be found on the different sides of the Building
    • the same form again in the motives of the window of the side-terrace,
    • Entrance with side-terrace.
    • a way that they might really have grown forth; and besides that, they
    • of the North side. In the part between the principal entrance and the
    • for the motive of the side-wall which is to follow. When you go in at
    • Here you have the side-view
    • of the side-terrace. In the motive of these windows, you can study how
    • of the side terrace. You see in metamorphoses that which is above the
    • from the side, seen from the corner.
    • side, the auditorium, and the space beneath the small cupola, the place
    • On the line dividing the two will be the speaking-desk, on both sides
    • of this dividing line are the two side-alleys, for the use of those
    • that feeling did the form arise. I might say that besides this, one
    • consider it from an artistic point of view, but merely an imitative
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    • Yesterday we considered
    • the Building from the outside, from different aspects. To-day we will
    • approach it from the inside and will try to bring before our mind the
    • idea of the inside architecture. This idea of the inside architecture
    • as it appears at present from the outside, the idea called up through
    • round and then towards the West side, we see this picture. We have before
    • you must realise that this is not to be considered only as regards its
    • as seen from outside is certainly not the most complicated eye. The
    • through over much symbolizing; and there have been people who consider
    • precisely through its artistic side had to make certain claims. Men
    • to set ourselves inside these forms and this Building is a living protest
    • this Building gives the impression from the outside, “here within
    • do not exist alone but each must be considered as a part of the whole.
    • we have to consider carefully every detail it contains. What purpose
    • Afterwards one has to consider how to build the corresponding shell
    • is happening inside the building, so in the same way we shall realise
    • To-morrow we will consider
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    • the ego through letters. And it falls into place naturally by the side
    • only when you have them side by side, because really Ahriman and Lucifer
    • side or the other, the Luciferic or Ahrimanic. It would be of immense
    • and took into consideration that polarically-opposed impulses of growth
    • man can go astray or raise himself towards one side or the other, he
    • you always to consider concerning these things; not to start out from
    • so that its side-view to a certain extent stands full in harmony with
    • centre-point of our considerations and of our feeling within our anthroposophical
    • does not attack the failings but rather the good sides of Spiritual
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    • this moment. When we consider all that we meet with in Faust,
    • look at the external phenomena of the outside world, but to
    • lying (still inside the poodle) over against the spirits of
    • considerable time.
    • outside the body, for it opens all the nerves end pores
    • besides being materially deposited here and there, all these
    • would certainly have been considered a fool. Thus, in our
    • science is considered a fool. A time will arrive when all
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • pretty considerable knowledge of the commentaries on
    • the presidential chair, and he moved without putting one foot
    • affair in the correct way. I know well that many would consider
    • themselves together with a company witches also outside their
    • outside it. When a man is outside his physical body, as Faust
    • imagine that when outside he is unable to see another man; he
    • is outside the body. It is a real relation then between
    • Fain would I be beside my fellows!”
    • aside from actual Evil; that is not to be disclosed to Faust
    • One can meet with them for they are outside their bodies. And
    • Huckster-witch, naturally also outside her body. She arrives
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    • taken his degree. It looks as if he were right outside the
    • to consider that in this treatise De Generatione Rerum
    • one-sided cultivation of the principles of Christianity leads
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    • present considerations.
    • some kind of transformation. Leaving aside what one otherwise
    • considering during these past years, what is supposed to
    • do not exist in the world that is on other side of the
    • sides of the triangle and one at each angle makes 183. When,
    • a world considered as consisting of three parts and in the
    • Consider
    • consider that all rivers belong to one another, you will have
    • the earth, however, must be considered as a whole. The
    • consideration here, This is what happens where the water is
    • you will got the two sides of the matter, and you will
    • more to this tomorrow and bring our considerations further.
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • consider an outstanding myth, connected with the very thing I
    • connection, growing up outside the bonds of blood and then
    • exposed so that they undergo their evolution outside the
    • was also among those who were put outside the blood
    • need not consider for our present purpose how these actions
    • not wish in any way or in the very least to take sides in one
    • considers that a right relationship to the British impulses
    • these two things side by side. One says that one stands for
    • Right and Freedom of the Nations, and directly side by side
    • course. I do not say it as a reproach or to take sides with
    • was so after two years, and now, considerably more than three
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    • I have also pointed out there the hazardous side of such
    • existing side-by-side, Today you think of water and air as
    • water-air as having had side by side with it something of a
    • But consider,
    • nothing, of this world, when we consider these beings
    • side-by-side, giving them all an equal value. When we observe
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    • Consider hew, when you give yourself up in this way to the
    • the people who maintain this just to consider how they manage
    • one-sided. And men's heads are bound to be full of this
    • one-sidedness unless they turn to the investigations of
    • consider, Goethe embodies the characteristic features of
    • character. It when you consider Goethe's characteristic
    • side of Faust's life, among the prototypes of what is
    • his descriptions from inside knowledge! In this scene we may
    • found this out. It occurred to him how one-sided it is when,
    • does not permit that. When you consider the deep truth I have
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • considerations of yesterday and the day before, we have been
    • able to discover by considering it anthroposiphically, but
    • primal phenomenon in inanimate nature when we consider how he
    • side of the matter may be brought to your notice. We know, my
    • idealist on the one side, realist on the other but took the
    • conception — and death. And by looking on one side into
    • sides and chose to photograph the one side only; and it is
    • consideration, and some kind of person makes his appearance
    • discoveries about Goethe when we reconsider the various
    • himself could but slightly develop. For consider, if we
    • man were standing there with left and right side properly
    • have a right and a left side, something here is wrong.
    • the oneside and a material realism on the other, as monism,
    • is as onesided as the grotesque comparison I have just made.
    • man on he other side of his life, that is between death and a
    • man's whole thinking. This has its good and bad sides. Above
    • perfectly correct — that on all sides the intentions of those
    • consideration was that Christianity has no part in what the
    • not to a mere onesided conception of nature, but to a
    • too, is/the subconscious; it is the reverse side. In
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture X: Faust's Knowledge and Understanding of Himself
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    • considered by ordinary science to be its goal, from which,
    • homunculus. Considered dramatically, this homunculus is
    • nature of the sojourn of soul and spirit outside the body.
    • when outside the body with his soul and spirit, in highly
    • lived in the outside world. Just as a change took place in
    • Nereids and Tritons. Considered from the other
    • side, however, these alluring creatures, these voices, are
    • not only within man but also outside him. They are the voices
    • consciously, outside the body, is then experienced in
    • spiritually outside the skin.
    • to see the human being outside his skin. And connected with
    • these ideas there was an exoteric and an esoteric side. The
    • exoteric side of man's becoming related, however, to the
    • side of Ceres, of Demeter, of the world in its becoming, was
    • this, one should betake oneself outside the body to a demonic
    • outside in nature where the minerals and plants make manifest
    • way, that outside lives the spirit, means nothing at all,
    • side of the other, and to notice the place of each. These
    • innermost being; it is diffused outside, throughout
    • mother, is exactly the same as is the sun outside for the
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • to run over again the main thoughts then under consideration.
    • us consider his more obvious meaning. In his Homunculus-idea
    • knowledge based on investigation pursued, outside the body,
    • knowledge acquired outside the instrument of the physical
    • man, Faust, has been approached (from outside, but that is of
    • outside his body, becomes able to perceive what is around
    • its separation from the body. Connection with the outside
    • belonging on the one side to the sea, but being able to
    • of spirit and soul, a counterpart only to be seen outside the
    • germ-cell. Considering the unfertilised germ-cell in the
    • what can be produced one-sidedly, and may be compared with
    • what can be produced by the woman one-sidedly. All it is
    • fertilised by knowledge gained outside the physical body.
    • adding a few fantasies founded upon these, and then consider
    • honest, for he always considers himself more stupid than
    • one-sided development, raising the human critical
    • the good side of human criticism. Nereus, however, a kind of
    • Outside in nature the Greek perceived in another form what is
    • this idea, seen from outside the physical body, is planted
    • exist, however, side by side. Everything that can lead to the
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • at all my aim. For in this sphere I consider interpretation
    • consider the one pole of forming ideas, thinking, and then
    • near the goal but a considerable distance from it, some being
    • one-sided way in which evolution is understood today. Think
    • only on the outside of events can never teach us to realise
    • enter inside ourselves.
    • pillar to post. Hence from the one side he is continually
    • of abyss. One the far side of this would be a continuation of
    • outside with our sense of touch. If we did not sink down into
    • side we feel as if the powers of Mephistopheles were dragging
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    • practical results, are considered proof by contemporary
    • want to be human beings. This has another side to it. We feel
    • When we look outside we soon notice that the natural scientists
    • inside. But when we look inside and we remain within the
    • yourself, what is there actually inside you? — Then one
    • will have to realize that one finds the world inside again,
    • outside as well. We have only directed our gaze backwards. This
    • picture form that which is outside too. Only as a general
    • enigmatical, on the one side by its composition, on the other
    • side by its content.
    • outside of it. And so the former psychologists, which still
    • outside my body in such a case. The picture in any case shows
    • again I must be inside, for nature as it usually surrounds me
    • must then be outside his body. But again, we must also be
    • inside the reminiscences of our experiences, be together with
    • That we must alter ourselves. Therefore we must be outside,
    • outside our body, when we have the first kind of dreams, and in
    • the same way we must be inside our experiences in the second
    • kind. That means we must actually be outside our physical body
    • one can come to such a certainty. Because what we are inside
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    • From the side of learned theology it is often maintained that
    • anything extraordinary. They are considered at most only
    • Moses be formulated then? Just consider the necessity to
    • kind of being is Osiris, mainly in his godly form? Consider
    • became considered the ideal human form, possessing all possible
    • Commandments beside other legislation and compare it
    • one-sidedly, just because they are outwardly similar in words,
    • “I” that was created, flowed from the one side
    • through the blood in the generations; on the other side however
    • to destroy from outside the creation of a new culture, given as
    • person is placed beside others in order for him or her to
    • Considering this document of mankind, the Ten Commandments, we
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    • sensual world, outside, and our soul. On looking at our own
    • When you consider you can still easily make mistakes if you
    • different. A person may consider for example, from a standpoint
    • what it means when spiritual science considers not a single
    • considering the earth as a whole, that it is a living being.
    • and moon. Consider the sun. You all know what we owe to the
    • But we have to consider the activity of such a heavenly body on
    • This has to be understood in order for us to consider the
    • So we come, when we consider the earth as alive, as a living
    • from all sides it appears that we encounter the physical planet
    • when only considered with the mind of a physicist. Only when
    • flooding we may consider that through air and water activity
    • consider how human beings developed on the earth, we see how at
    • consider humanity in its entirety then we will see accordingly
    • that besides individual karma there exists earth karma for the
  • Title: Haeckel, "The Riddle of the Universe," Theosophy
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    • that which is enduring. Consider the general attitude towards
    • you will consider those men who, about the middle of the
    • of life comes to be considered, the suggestion is ever present
    • considered an evidence of childish fancy, belonging to earlier
    • Now, you must bear in mind that, side by side with all
    • spiritual consciousness working side by side with his
    • considered with reference to the views of Mr. Darwin.’ In the
    • it on his grandfather's or his grandmother's side that the ape
    • to allow anyone to attempt to make us believe that besides the
    • weak points. They are there, perhaps, but that is beside the
    • considered that if one were in a position to indicate the
    • But what has not here been taken into consideration is the
    • sun when on the other side of the world. Then, too, is the work
    • standard of morality and of considerable intellectuality. We
    • seek outside in Nature, because we can also seek Him within
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume III: Lecture I
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    • hand they were influenced by Aristotelianism. Let us consider
    • You may still feel this if you consider the pictures in which
    • us consider for a moment what they imagined. The in-breathing
    • of this a certain condition came about. For let us now consider
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture I: Cosmic Forces in Man
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    • the side of true progress and devote their powers to furthering it.
    • convenience men brush aside all that is said with the intention of
    • Everything is brushed aside by those who have any influence in public
    • but of divine Beings outside, in space and beyond space —
    • the universe beyond the Earth, and this universe is considered to be
    • acting with excessive strength in the head. On the one side, man is a
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture II: The Soul Life of Man ...
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    • considered the human form and figure and its relation to the fixed
    • We have thus considered the form of man's physical body, the
    • life-stages of his ether-body. We can now proceed to consider
    • On the other hand, consider the life of feeling. It is obvious,
    • the outside world, when we are conscious of the conditions of warmth
    • outside the physical body and the ether-body. Now it may be of very
    • there before him as a sense-perception, then he has penetrated inside
    • tapestry spread out around us. What lies this side of the tapestry we
    • perceive with our senses; what lies on the other side of the tapestry
    • sleep, we are not in the world this side of the senses, we are then in
    • reality inside things, we are on the other side of the
    • waking consciousness on this side of the tapestry of sense.
    • penetrate to the other side. And whereas we experience Nature here
    • cognition — give us knowledge of what lies on the other side of
    • regard himself as belonging to a world which lies outside the
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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    • the other side, too, is considered, that is to say, the life
    • be taken into consideration.. For life here on the Earth is in truth a
    • egotism. On the one side they encourage inertia by not spurring men on
    • in the life of feeling and of will; and on the other side they enhance
    • little use. Life on the Earth is many-sided, full of variety. If, for
    • example, we consider the life of the peoples, it is not only obvious
    • consider the early centuries, the first, second and even the third
    • aside; the human element had more and more taken the place of
    • and more put aside and the human element brought to the fore.
    • noticeable until we look towards the Eastern side of this Northern
    • think about things instead of trying to know them from inside
    • and waking, when you are outside your bodies. When during sleep you
    • Norway. For when you consider that it is a specific task to create out
    • to-day from all sides, they may become timid and say: Would it not be
  • Title: Spirit of Fichte: Lecture I: The Spirit of Fichte Present in Our Midst
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    • great size stands beside a brook. The generations inhabiting this
    • escape secretly into the world outside. Accordingly, he made ready
    • other. Let us first consider the results of his spiritual
    • outer world. It can only be considered as real when its existence
    • and Karl August, against their will, had to take sides
    • unless everything were to be turned upside down at Jena, but to
    • from outside, co-ordinating it with the understanding, can only
    • felt at the choice of time. I will not consider this strictly
    • considerably towards the close. I must say openly that when I
    • mentioning this and in placing side by side these two personalities
    • view of Napoleon, and on the other side Napoleon himself —
    • one-sided; but this one-sidedness must occur sometimes in life,
    • Fichte's behaviour often had a rough side to it, as when apart from
    • serious matter to take his place beside his colleague in such an
    • considered again the impossibility for man to go behind the veil of
    • consider this Fichte externally, or whether we look with the inner eye
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival In The Changing Course Of Time
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    • we used to go outside, to the fields, where we would feel the golden
    • days of summer. But now, we must sit inside much of the time, we must
    • outside through windows, how the earth is being covered with its
    • breathing exercises which are considered to be the right ones for this
    • writing. That would have been considered a profanation. And during the
    • Christmas season some people were considered suited, of whom one would
    • Eve”, so what was considered the actual Christmas play was
    • in us too, if we consider what can be born in our own soul when our
    • Outside, the traffic of cars may move by, electric trains may speed
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • understanding of it, men have considered all-powerful in life,
    • song, said that he must frankly consider himself happy to have lived
    • Arjuna stands there like a human soul to whom the earthly side of
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
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    • and consider well this one thing. What dies and what remains alive in
    • thinking and consciousness. He never stops to consider that
    • in the course of its evolution. In fact, one who considers why it was
    • the senses. In the 18th century what was considered a great word was
    • all dogmatic wisdom must be laid aside. We can imagine Krishna saying
    • can learn to look at himself from outside. He becomes aware of being
    • outside himself. Now he observes the things, the cycles in external
    • long as he is outside himself, takes on a form similar to that of the
    • this moment he says to himself, “I live not only inside my
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 3 of 9
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    • considering the dream pictures we have around or before us, which in
    • new and considerable danger arises. We no longer perhaps bring the
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 4 of 9
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    • man were really the being that materialistic thinking considers him,
    • science, or when we consider all the events of historical evolution
    • considering its deeper significance. A famous medical authority in
    • but when man today observes life through the senses and considers it
    • for other worlds besides, or else the physical world deceives us and
    • aside impressions from another world enter. Into all the experiences
    • Such beings have to exist alongside those who have the mission of
    • would become one-sided, it would not bring forth all the fullness of
    • spiritual realm we are now considering. This was the question of the
    • side by side. In the body of the Solomon child lived the soul of
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 5 of 9
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    • what is meant by the cyclic course of life, for alongside the actual
    • consider a cycle familiar in everyday life, that of our waking and
    • the outside world, we are destroying delicate forms in our brain. In
    • Let us now consider
    • considerable time before. Thus, the abnormal processes cannot affect
    • President of the United States of America. There is one on the laws
    • Thus from another side
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    • spiritual life of the East to set it side by side with what the West
    • seem obvious. Yet when we consider what people generally expect of
    • many eyes I see Thee, on every side endless in Thy Form. No end, no
    • mountain flaming fire, streaming forth on every side — thus do
    • their full pitch all the powers that reside within his being —
    • mankind. Consider this in connection with all I have tried to
    • Then from the opposite side something
    • outside, which men could never have reached through the forces
    • Universe into the age of self-consciousness from outside. It came in
    • earth. This other impulse came from the opposite side. It was the
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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    • kingdoms are outside him and he can observe them. As to all man has
    • kingdoms of nature outside him. The forces active within him which
    • outside him. Just as little as the eye, whose purpose it is to see
    • unknowable, science denies its existence and accordingly considers
    • we succeed in making a really perfect vacuum inside it. That is very
    • world of sense will now say, “Inside there is no air, only an
    • air inside.” Actually that is not true. We can pump until no
    • real factor on all sides. We must imagine the world that surrounds
    • side of these forces. In fact, it holds fast to a mere abstraction
    • appeared beside ordinary people, who themselves were permeated by the
    • Christ now comes toward the physical body from the other side. In the
    • think when you consider all that has been said today, leading up as
    • consider it with an open mind, in the light of external human
    • outside there came into this body during three years of its life
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    • Consider how these people receive from
    • dissertation. He sent it to many other Europeans besides. In this he
    • spirit. If we feel this ideal through and through and consider what
    • side of the matter. It makes a difference whether you find a certain
    • Let us consider the way
    • abstract concepts if we consider only the concepts of science
    • differences do not come into consideration because we have the tamas
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    • by this something that could hardly be considered food at present,
    • conditions. Now if we would consider what sattwa really is, it is
    • outside you runs its course in conditions of sattwa, rajas and tamas.
    • surrounds us in the universe outside. In their prayer they have a
    • shadow side of the fruit that it was Krishna's task to develop in
    • teaching, how it directs man to put aside all externals, to become
    • the experience of remaining outside human evolution because the
    • child. In two stages he gave that teaching that from another side was
    • the Imagination appear before us. On the one side the Imagination of
    • external conditions. Both teachings are one-sided. If the
    • Krishna-Jesus influence alone had continued, one one-sidedness would
    • of interest in the whole of humanity is one-sided, even as the
    • Luciferic influence was one-sided. Hence the all-embracing Christ
    • Impulse entered the higher synthesis of the two one-sided tendencies.
    • to live one-sidedly in the external conditions of sattwa, rajas and
    • two one-sided tendencies. He took upon Himself the sin of
    • self-consciousness that would close its eyes to the world outside. He
    • Christ-path must be added to the Jesus-path. The path of one-sided
    • one-sided perfection of the individual soul but belongs to the whole
    • human spiritual movement is fully justified in its one-sidedness. The
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    • experience it, it is necessary for him — besides other things of
    • prepared to set aside his own opinions and to observe quite
    • and take his stand beside the person, forcing himself to follow the
    • lay aside all his usual experiences, both of an inward and of an
    • of it is so lessened that the person is not aware of being outside all
    • standest outside all physical life”, is not produced until
    • out on all sides. He begins to penetrate into the whole world, to
    • extends the power that he has brought with him to one side or the
    • inner soul-powers; nothing can be given from outside, but it all can
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    • a rock crystal has the form of a six-sided column ending in two
    • six-sided pyramids; we do not ask why this mineral substance
    • anything is tiresome. But one need merely consider the most ordinary
    • highest degree one-sided. For what takes place in the world of
    • else besides. He can feel this something when he returns into the
    • waking or sleeping person. Also when he has, so to speak, laid aside
    • his astral body and his ego outside? His physical and etheric bodies
    • what the plant has. Considering all this, you may say: A plant grows
    • for these, quite independently of the Sun's position, are outside his
    • is outside the physical body and etheric body of the plant.
    • and a new birth, and much else besides. Through these things the seer
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 3
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    • worlds he is outside his physical and etheric bodies, he looks down
    • they felt themselves to be outside their physical and etheric bodies
    • outside its sheaths and has passed through the “cosmic
    • itself as if it were within these qualities and not outside this
    • physical world, to lay aside your former power of judgment, your
    • on the one side, and on the other side the being she has borne, whom
    • the power to bring forth Osiris and to have him at her side, Osiris as
    • side.
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    • belongs to the physical side of man, the part which remains behind in
    • them, he looked down at them from outside, and let us picture what he
    • superficial view the two sides can hardly be brought into harmony. On
    • achievements. On the other side, there appears in Goethe, tormenting
    • Consider what people have been learning for quite a long time now and
    • what they think it right to instill into children; consider what is
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture I: The Birth of the Intellect and the Mission of Christianity
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    • sought their wives outside the clan, the tribe, the civic community.
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture II: The Mission of Manicheism
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    • in the Atlanteans lay outside the brow, in the etheric head. Today it
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture III: God, Man, Nature
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    • the air and make it fit to breathe. On the other side, man and the
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture IV: Involution and Evolution
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    • prehistoric times. To understand it by analogy, let us consider
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture V: Yoga In East and West
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    • passion has its astral colour. Besides this, the astral body is, in a
    • to work on his etheric body. Here we must consider the different
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    • Gospel. From the historical point of view it is considered inferior to
    • All the members of these different parent Orders were considered to
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    • side of existence. Such is the experience of the soul of one who
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture IX: The Astral World
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    • modifications: thus considered, we may expect from them some
    • that is not prepared for existence outside the physical body,
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    • Here we shall consider man as an astral being as he is revealed by
    • In man as a physical being, we have to consider the substance and form
    • the outer, because he is observing it from outside.
    • the positive side of things, freedom from prejudice, and finally,
    • side and the right hand. Man will give birth to his like by the force
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XI: The Devachanic World (Heaven)
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    • start from a consideration of the state of sleep.
    • longer transmits sensations which come from outside; it works upon
    • Let us now consider the condition of man in Devachan, after death. At
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XII: The Devachanic World (continued)
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    • from outside, as it were. We do not experience sorrow and joy as if
    • stars. He no longer reads the Akashic Records from the side of the
    • Earth but from the side of the heavens. The Akashic Record becomes the
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XIII: The Logos and the Word
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    • the corresponding ether-form which extended beyond it on all sides. In
    • which is now inside the skull, was in the evolution of
    • hands — free instruments for action. Besides this, he began
    • then shrinking back inside it. The soul first gave form to the body
    • perception from outside. The power of sight with which the human eye
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XIV: The Logos and Man
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    • the point of view of his form and his body. We will now consider the
    • outside his body. In the astral world, on the contrary, we do not
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XVI: Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Human Will
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    • during a certain period are concentrated in a celestial body outside
    • manner that it always turned the same side to the sun; the orbit of
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XVII: Redemption and Liberation
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    • spoken of outside the ranks of Occult Brotherhoods. Only in our age is
    • down from outside, within the centre of individual being. This is what
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XVIII: The Apocalypse
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    • will proceed in the same way and consider how man has gradually become
  • Title: First Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • Thus the John Gospel could be considered as a devotional
    • are realities pertaining to higher worlds, that besides our
    • beside her unknown, he was a bore. This is the difference
    • is outside the physical body. One is as unconscious as one
    • outside the physical body. It is spread out in the soul
    • happen on the astral plane. When it is outside and confronts
    • visible outside of it. This leaving of the body is not
    • physical body and were laid hold of from all sides. This is
    • you will find no mention of John anywhere. Consider Lazarus
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    • esoteric side to our spiritual scientific strivings. The
    • outside, it works on the physical body, protecting and caring
    • person lies asleep. The astral body then works from outside.
    • possible outside of the body. At the first stage the pupil
    • considered entirely worthless, and yet one remains inwardly
    • side of himself and looks down on his lower self, which is
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    • “Light on the Path”. *[“Stand aside in the
    • this sentence signifies. What one formerly considered as
    • to be laid aside until this time. At that time people should
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    • Let us first consider
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    • outside himself and says, “That thou art”; and then he is
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture III: Life of the Soul in Kamaloka
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    • between them. Let us consider what happens to a man from the moment
    • body extends a little beyond the physical body on all sides. The astral
    • on are dependent on the astral body, which is now outside the physical
    • finger protruding at the side of the actual finger: this is a part of
    • body hanging like a pair of bags or sacks on either side of the head.
    • death, when the two corpses have been laid aside. This condition is
    • This is the essence of Kamaloka. The soul is not tortured from outside,
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    • considerations will give us the answer and we shall see how the changing
    • them. At a particular moment, just after he has laid aside his astral
    • himself from the outside. That is the moment when he enters Devachan.
    • everything to act on them from outside. Eye, ear and so on have to wait
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    • ray flashes out from inside them. These germinal human beings have just
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • to consider. At birth the physical body is released into its environment;
    • etheric body begins to be free to receive impressions from outside, and
    • debit and credit sides, and the balance can be drawn at any moment.
    • misunderstanding on both sides. Our critics do not realise that free-will
    • is not restricted by the law of karma. The Theosophist, on his side,
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • In considering karmic relationships we shall be concerned chiefly with
    • Let us consider first
    • his physical body. For the moment we must consider how all this extends
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    • worked on his physical body from outside. Man still contained all other
    • has within him something that later on will be outside — his karma,
    • snail was originally inside its body its house is in fact its body in
    • out their constituent parts. Thus when man looks at anything outside
    • at from one side only. Everything which appears to us in one condition
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    • a plant-being, upside down compared with modern man. He lived in the
    • bodies side by side.
    • parts, sending rays to the Moon from the outside, and providing the
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    • illuminated from outside. All our seeing depends on the fact that the
    • Side by side with the
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    • world was not wholly Maya. Side by side with the world of Spirit he
    • onward in a spiral. For the present this fact will be left aside, but
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    • Let us first consider
    • bedside. Dreams are symbolic pictures. You may have a dream which tells
    • hears the cock crowing outside!
    • with things which do not exist at all in the outside world and which
    • lying by the wayside; he stopped to look at the animal while those around
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    • consideration if you are entering on a path of occult development.
    • but am considering only how best to live my life in the world.”
    • on the right side of the body at the level of the heart. The inward
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    • that all characteristics are one-sided; you must learn to recognise
    • in what respects yours are one-sided and then try to balance them. This
    • activity may not be wrongly applied. Quickness, too, is one-sided; it
    • must be acquired alongside it.
    • the word “I” — “I think, I believe, I consider
    • “I”. It is in the whole great world outside, in the sun
    • the higher self is everywhere outside, and that his own higher self is
    • only a small part of the Great Self outside. Certain methods of so-called
    • world outside him.
    • though on something outside himself — if for instance he concentrates
    • own opinions aside, becoming instead a channel for the great Truth,
    • rise to peace. But if we introduce something from outside, we bring
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    • understood to mean any dilettantish interference by one side into the
    • work of the other side. It certainly does not mean that the
    • thoroughly understood by both sides. A great deal will depend upon
    • few exceptions) can lay full claim in the outside world to membership
    • sickbed by the side of the doctor. We have also to consider what
    • consider the subject from two sides.
    • First, let us consider
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    • If we are going to consider
    • pathological, genius on one side, insanity on the other; each in its
    • same forces by which we think later. So it is important to consider
    • etheric body are together on one side, and the ego organization and
    • astral body on the other side. With knowledge of this fact we are
    • with their ego and astral body both outside their physical and
    • instance, can be considered to be on a pathological level. Priests,
    • consider themselves very clever, but even thoroughly educated priests
    • must consider them to be extremely retarded, but in conversation with
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    • the matters we have been considering. In particular, we should see
    • or a cherub stood beside them, and the seraph or cherub had a sword
    • One does not feel one's body as something outside: one feels it as
    • body in every direction, to all sides. The physical body pushes back,
    • remarkable paradox: one sees illness from another side. One sees
    • must live into them on the pathological, physiological side that
    • long as you are considering the scale at this left end of the beam,
    • you have to reckon with movement; so long as you are considering the
    • movement. And it is the same with human beings: whether you consider
    • tomorrow. We will see what from one side leads to health and from the
    • other side leads to pathological conditions.
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    • considers this to be simply the principle of heredity carried
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    • to consider their life between the change of teeth and puberty. In
    • excessive degree to everything from the other side, the side of the
    • world although they are still inside their physical body. This is
    • the psychopath. And so on. That is the relationship. If you consider
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    • should consider something for a moment that some with a modern, more
    • Now consider the
    • materialistic medicine considers correct and Lourdes. In the latter a
    • domestic animals, considering them as part of the family. These were
    • through pleasure, through the kindness he receives on every side
    • only considering from the aspect of this particular earth-life. With
    • character in this way, we come inevitably to a consideration of
    • karma. And we must see on the one hand the one-sidedness of that
    • opposite assertion is just as abstract and just as one-sided: that
    • standing beside the priests and administering the other half of the
    • foundations, for the two sides of a true divine service.
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    • outside the human being. Comparatively speaking, this science is good
    • for the world outside us. People have simply accepted the idea that
    • to a new level. We must begin from the side of spiritual science to
    • the astral body is outside? Well, the fact is that during sleep
    • control of our inhalation during sleep comes from outside. When we
    • with the fluctuation of heat, with the element of warmth inside and
    • outside the human being. There are differentiations of warmth inside
    • the human being and differentiations outside the human being. We can
    • process of which the inhalation is indeed a taking-in from outside,
    • but what is taken in is not released again to the outside. It is
    • if one works separately from the spirit on one side and from nature
    • inside. And if it notices that the hypothesis it attempts as it
    • inside is simply paralleling what goes on outside.” Parallelism
    • treasures from all sides, but it is like a man who has collected the
    • inside the human being has to be added to what has already been
    • for itself from below, from outside. It is the process by which the
    • from outside, from below. We find the physical projection of this in
    • (Plate IV, right side)
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    • Let us consider first
    • sides: through the eyes, the sun essence — thought — that
    • senses into the nerves, karma enters into us. That is one side of the
    • other side. Karma goes out at that place in the organism where the
    • deeply enough from another side. Then the form remains in the human
    • other side. We can also investigate the moon forces higher up: then
    • side, the forces of Mercury, the divine messenger, who in ordinary
    • the other side. Look first at the moon activity in human beings. See
    • spiritually, outside, in the universe. We baptize the human
    • side the spiritual healing of the priest, and on the other side the
  • Title: Pastoral Medicine: Lecture 9
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    • of view. Therefore I would like once more to consider the actual
    • processes. Physical processes take their course outside in the
    • sides! On one side, in the sleep condition of the human physical and
    • other side, in the very same processes we find the basis for
    • Now let us consider
    • and consider the outer mineral world that relates to it. During sleep
    • we want to cure this condition? We can search outside in the mineral
    • and astral body are outside the physical and etheric body and things
    • reverse process of nature. But now suppose the person is outside the
    • seen that will lead — if considered properly — to a
    • begun to work with them. That's the situation from one side.
    • other side, the side that the priest must see. We think of the
    • sitting properly inside their physical and etheric bodies, encounter
    • what had been inside and is now outside is nothing healthy. It is an
    • bridge to the priest's observation on the other side. The priest sees
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    • leave the creative impulse outside in matter itself; the thoughts
    • consider from the cosmic standpoint what lies between human
    • between warmth and cold no matter what is happening outside.
    • for all this if we want to enliven theology on the one side and
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    • into infinity, comes back from the other side. This shows that the
    • Let us consider human
    • bodies lie on the bed, and our astral body and ego are outside them.
    • outside the physical and etheric bodies: that is, the ego and astral
    • Let us now consider
    • here on earth, they are led on the one side to the Father, on the
    • other side to the Spirit. If then they are aware how their path leads
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    • understood to mean any dilettantish interference by one side into the
    • work of the other side. It certainly does not mean that the
    • thoroughly understood by both sides. A great deal will depend upon
    • few exceptions) can lay full claim in the outside world to membership
    • sickbed by the side of the doctor. We have also to consider what
    • consider the subject from two sides.
    • First, let us consider
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    • CONSIDER the mutual concerns of priest and physician, we should look
    • pathological, genius on one side, insanity on the other; each in its
    • same forces by which we think later. So it is important to consider
    • etheric body are together on one side, and the ego organization and
    • astral body on the other side. With knowledge of this fact we are
    • with their ego and astral body both outside their physical and
    • instance, can be considered to be on a pathological level. Priests,
    • consider themselves very clever, but even thoroughly educated priests
    • must consider them to be extremely retarded, but in conversation with
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    • the matters we have been considering. In particular, we should see
    • or a cherub stood beside them, and the seraph or cherub had a sword
    • One does not feel one's body as something outside: one feels it as
    • body in every direction, to all sides. The physical body pushes back,
    • remarkable paradox: one sees illness from another side. One sees
    • must live into them on the pathological, physiological side that
    • long as you are considering the scale at this left end of the beam,
    • you have to reckon with movement; so long as you are considering the
    • movement. And it is the same with human beings: whether you consider
    • from one side leads to health and from the other side leads to
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    • considers this to be simply the principle of heredity carried
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    • to consider their life between the change of teeth and puberty. In
    • excessive degree to everything from the other side, the side of the
    • world although they are still inside their physical body. This is
    • the psychopath. And so on. That is the relationship. If you consider
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    • should consider something for a moment that some with a modern, more
    • Now consider the
    • materialistic medicine considers correct and Lourdes. In the latter a
    • domestic animals, considering them as part of the family. These were
    • through pleasure, through the kindness he receives on every side
    • only considering from the aspect of this particular earth-life. With
    • character in this way, we come inevitably to a consideration of
    • karma. And we must see on the one hand the one-sidedness of that
    • opposite assertion is just as abstract and just as one-sided: that
    • standing beside the priests and administering the other half of the
    • foundations, for the two sides of a true divine service.
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    • outside the human being. Comparatively speaking, this science is good
    • for the world outside us. People have simply accepted the idea that
    • to a new level. We must begin from the side of spiritual science to
    • the astral body is outside? Well, the fact is that during sleep
    • control of our inhalation during sleep comes from outside. When we
    • with the fluctuation of heat, with the element of warmth inside and
    • outside the human being. There are differentiations of warmth inside
    • the human being and differentiations outside the human being. We can
    • process of which the inhalation is indeed a taking-in from outside,
    • but what is taken in is not released again to the outside. It is
    • if one works separately from the spirit on one side and from nature
    • inside. And if it notices that the hypothesis it attempts as it
    • inside is simply paralleling what goes on outside.” Parallelism
    • treasures from all sides, but it is like a man who has collected the
    • inside the human being has to be added to what has already been
    • for itself from below, from outside. It is the process by which the
    • from outside, from below. We find the physical projection of this in
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    • Let us consider first
    • sides: through the eyes, the sun essence — thought — that
    • senses into the nerves, karma enters into us. That is one side of the
    • other side. Karma goes out at that place in the organism where the
    • deeply enough from another side. Then the form remains in the human
    • other side. We can also investigate the moon forces higher up: then
    • side, the forces of Mercury, the divine messenger, who in ordinary
    • the other side. Look first at the moon activity in human beings. See
    • spiritually, outside, in the universe. We baptize the human
    • side the spiritual healing of the priest, and on the other side the
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    • of view. Therefore I would like once more to consider the actual
    • processes. Physical processes take their course outside in the
    • sides! On one side, in the sleep condition of the human physical and
    • other side, in the very same processes we find the basis for
    • Now let us consider
    • consider the outer mineral world that relates to it. During sleep we
    • we want to cure this condition? We can search outside in the mineral
    • and astral body are outside the physical and etheric body and things
    • reverse process of nature. But now suppose the person is outside the
    • seen that will lead — if considered properly — to a
    • begun to work with them. That's the situation from one side.
    • other side, the side that the priest must see. We think of the
    • sitting properly inside their physical and etheric bodies, encounter
    • what had been inside and is now outside is nothing healthy. It is an
    • bridge to the priest's observation on the other side. The priest sees
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    • leave the creative impulse outside in matter itself; the thoughts
    • consider from the cosmic standpoint what lies between human
    • between warmth and cold no matter what is happening outside.
    • for all this if we want to enliven theology on the one side and
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    • into infinity, comes back from the other side. This shows that the
    • Let us consider human
    • bodies lie on the bed, and our astral body and ego are outside them.
    • outside the physical and etheric bodies: that is, the ego and astral
    • Let us now consider
    • here on earth, they are led on the one side to the Father, on the
    • other side to the Spirit. If then they are aware how their path leads
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    • to outward manifestation, is disposed to call forth some outside
    • the potent meaning of the ancient Bible words. Let us consider those
    • that at the time we are now considering they were working as a group
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    • science.” I am thinking more of people in the outside world
    • imagined an enormous sphere, a hollow sphere, with yourself inside
    • it, and rays proceeding from every point inside this sphere towards
    • consideration something else. We must once more turn our attention to
    • gaseous element is a descending process, but on the other side there
    • Ha'arets had thus become one-sided. It had not brought with
    • outside the earth. The elementary existence which surges in
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    • this way, that the Elohim so acted on the waters that on the one side
    • a tendency to stream out into space; on the other side they showed a
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    • clear that if we take into consideration only these elementary
    • manifestations of warmth, light and air, we are only considering the
    • recapitulation, considered with reference to the finer elementary
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    • alongside the new and continues to work within it. And so even today
    • positive side these servants of the Elohim, these Spirits of
    • as darkness stands together on one side in opposition to the Elohim
    • to consider the rhythmic alternation of sleeping and waking. What
    • its fluctuant inner life is outside it. Whereas in waking life there
    • continuation of what flows into us from outside, so that during the
    • Side by side with him and subordinated to him work the several
    • and they placed beside the Archai the Beings who must of necessity be
    • Side by side with yom they placed lay'lah,
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    • Let us consider the
    • Now let us consider
    • had before he fell asleep in the evening was of a rose beside him.
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    • external things, consciousness of things outside us in space as
    • outside. The distinction between outer and inner is the mark of our
    • the rose was outside, and that you were making a mental image of it,
    • luminous globes far outside in space. He sees pictures of two globes
    • outside me are two Beings,” the probability is that he would be
    • inspirations from outside. That is the greatest error into which one
    • philosophy which stresses only one side of this truth, that without
    • world, not to distinguish these pictures from the world outside, to
    • perceive the outside world merely as a reflection of one's own
    • you might perceive your blood flowing into you! It was inside him,
    • there outside us, and that our inwardness exists alongside them,
    • something outside us; earlier, all the Beings of whom we can speak
    • “We see this light outside us.” There was no such thing
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    • you will recall that when the astral body is outside the
    • consider yet another event. We have stressed the point that things
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    • outside.
    • have when with our astral body we are outside our physical and
    • outside his physical and etheric bodies, he is so to say articulated
    • What we have just been considering is what afterwards became
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    • from outside. Thus we must think of the process of the moon's
    • etheric, a densification on the side of the physical, only occurred
    • appears on the outside, the more rarefied, etheric, invisible body
    • his place beside the animal natures which had descended much earlier.
    • carry it away with us, let us fructify our outside life with this
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    • matter in a true light it will be necessary first of all to consider
    • belong together; they cannot possibly exist side by side. And the
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    • that on all sides — right and left — people are succumbing
    • rulers, as priestly leaders. We will not at the moment consider how
    • This manifests itself, on the one side, in formalism of
    • is the other side of the picture.
    • of our time are cast aside. The community which Paul wished to found,
    • knowledge of the spirit, for this meets with opposition on all sides.
    • unconscious hatred of the spirit confronts us from the side of
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    • who have been studying spiritual science for some considerable
    • of it outside that region. But nowadays, news flashes around the whole
    • outside the sphere of the general evolution of mankind. The Mystery of
    • something had not taken place from the side of the gods, the whole of
    • lead to death. And so a sacrifice had to be made from the side of the
    • higher worlds, for it falls outside the sphere of the physical
    • aside, the truth concerning Buddha and the truth concerning Christ
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    • In truth, therefore, the thought of death is merely the other side
    • the one side and that of the Judge of the world on the other, are both
    • contemplating the dying Jesus: This is only the other side of birth.
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    • sides — where we to-day see only clouds and stars — earthly
    • that for the men of those times — and for a considerable period
    • Yet we may perhaps find a point of approach by considering the life of
    • had reached the point where they felt life outside the physical body
    • laying aside many of the conceptions that have become part of
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    • form, outside the narrow bounds of ordinary religion.
    • side and the Easter Festival, with its prospect of Whitsuntide, on the
    • when his Ego and astral body were outside his physical and etheric
    • time the upper part of the etheric head extended far outside the
    • In earlier times, when the etheric body was still partly outside
    • experience reality outside the physical body became increasingly rare.
    • true to speak of an equal possibility, on the one side of remembering
    • Let us consider the point at which a man's etheric body, which has
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    • correspond with processes in the universe outside. We must be able to
    • Let us now consider what the impulse was that was received by
    • aside the physical sheaths and rise into a spiritual existence.
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    • of Rudolf Steiner resident at Nurnberg had been Michael Bauer, the
    • doing so we shall be considering, it is true, only what has been
    • If in the Ten Commandments men have received guidance from outside,
    • life and has come to the point when his etheric body is laid aside and
    • certain balancing of the deeds standing on the credit side of the
    • and, on the other side, the bad, ugly, lying deeds and thoughts.
    • considerable number. To ensure that in future, when we have found our
    • significance. When we consider human evolution since the Atlantean
    • outside, the physical body. From the point of view of real life we can
    • tradition. It is not for man to decide whether to lay aside faith or
    • revelation, whose value will not reside merely in theories but in its
    • and feeling in the Mystery of Golgotha. But now consider the simple
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    • dreams. It is one thing we have to reckon with when considering
    • things can be described from many different sides, we shall no longer
    • way, we have to consider it from two sides. One side has certainly not
    • intelligence and morality. That is the one side to be considered.
    • The other side is this — that it is solely through harmony of
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    • He be at your side in all your difficult duties.
    • goes as a main thread through all our considerations: the thought of
    • to you from the many considerations which we have developed, that it
    • consideration, and leave out of account the fact that we are, of
    • world it certainly has many sad aspects, many painful sides. But we
    • really only see death here from the one side; after our death we see
    • etheric body is laid aside and we experience — retrospectively
    • outside us. Now, even this external life is an active one, with many
    • much into consideration. Really, if everything in this external life
    • Just consider — you get up every morning, you hardly form the
    • all goes on as a matter of course. And now try for once, to consider
    • consider, you are now hearing this lecture, which lasts perhaps one
    • consideration, we again see that it must be a third. Thus do these
    • sees something first from one side and then from another side, yet the
    • which perhaps could not be understood otherwise. Just consider,
    • lectures.) Let us first consider the life in the etheric body which
    • him, and then we shall consider the life of the soul in the
    • soul-world. In going through the previous life from the night-side we
    • earnestly consider what lies in these phases of life you will see that
    • And if we consider this thirty-fifth year of life from another point
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    • consideration for to-day I will merely say these few words concerning
    • Fraulein Stinde accomplished, really very considerably exhausted her
    • who have no longer to consider the limits of the physical plane. If we
    • considerations which we began to develop in our last lecture. Such
    • externally, without entering into esoteric considerations, regards the
    • later on in the Cosmos, as effect. Consider there are now many people
    • conception in a limited sense; but, if we consider, for example, the
    • little into history and consider what happened at that time through
    • issue, we must consider all the historical results. For these
    • consider these deep connections we can say: In all that happened in
    • even in its spiritual relations. Just consider that in all its
    • the very significant fact that on the one side, through many years of
    • after death; while now on the other side a quite different point of
    • outside us’ ... immediately after death we have the consciousness
    • we stand in a certain relation to our body. Consider: if you reflect
    • that the world is outside us; after death we have really the
    • the firmament. It expands, but it can get no further. Let us consider
    • firmament and now see everything within it; thus you stand outside
    • with your consciousness and see the world inside. You feel yourself in
    • pain is inside us, in like manner after death beings appear in us as
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    • Life. We wish to go further into these considerations; in order to do
    • following considerations.
    • consideration we have been able to gather that there is an inner
    • the present only consider the life of the soul. The life of the soul
    • was different — if we consider only the Post-Atlantean epochs
    • For when we learn Geometry we do not learn it from outside things, it
    • We do not really consider what would have happened if that particular
    • going on to what I now have to say. Let us consider the case which at
    • things, an important question arises out of such considerations. He
    • consideration to the individual man), that force which would have been
    • this hypothesis and not consider the fact that all this is of course
    • he is considered a dreamer. Men go about speaking of
    • ‘world beyond,’ which is our present one. But consider from
    • be considered from a higher human point of view, then one may say:
    • On entering the domain of spiritual life it is necessary that besides
    • consciousness on this side of the veil might select, neither can he
    • light. Everything which is visible is on this side (the physical), but
    • seen from that side. Also the most significant thing that is
    • sacrificing themselves. Painful as this is considered from many a
    • considered deeply enough today, but it will be, when a sufficient
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    • especially occupied in considering the connection that exists between
    • riddle of death. Now to-day, in order to consider the connection
    • considerations pursued here in the last three lectures, we know that
    • side. Thus it is something added.
    • presentation. Now, if you consider how physical life runs its course,
    • it can bring forth; it leads us rather to consider life as a part of
    • earth-man appears very different to us when we consider him from the
    • degree than for those who consider themselves less selfless. First and
    • foremost we value that which is shut up inside this skin; then comes
    • significant thing is that when we are outside our bodies we are one
    • connected with a profound knowledge, outside the range of ordinary
    • events very little according to their connections. If we consider them
    • Consider this: Suppose we made a plan, we propose doing something, and
    • severe demands of the time outside in the world. Now, this Guardian
    • or less degree within us, besides the self on which our freedom
    • dangerous sides to the evolution of the human soul. And it is very
    • world. We shall start our considerations next time from this point.
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    • We have devoted the recent lectures to considering from a certain
    • our physical consciousness. Fundamentally all our considerations are
    • varied sides, as must be done in Spiritual Science.
    • different sides which harmonise, a certain wisdom is created, and this
    • those parts which, after he lays aside the physical body, go through
    • consideration, must be brought into connection with much that should
    • is arising to open the soul to the hidden side of human life, and to
    • To-day I should like to add to our considerations a quite special
    • in reference to this point. I shall introduce into our considerations
    • lawyer, and later President of the local court. He became one of the
    • Freund's innocence until the closing proceedings began, presided over
    • President been able, by his superior eloquence to crumple this
    • against the President. To repeat them here in the offensive jargon in
    • President! You know as well as I do myself that I am innocent;”
    • President with his eyes to the very depths and discovered, that even
    • though noble, the President was not aware of it, he was nevertheless
    • seized the offender, to whom the President immediately awarded
    • and questioned the President through their foreman as to whether it
    • Vice-President, who was present at the pronouncement of the sentence
    • prosecutor, gently shaking his head, “Mr. President, I do not
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    • We shall begin to-day by studying a Northern poem that we considered
    • ends in death. We know from the considerations already put forward
    • significant season, to the particularly dark side of present-day
    • standpoint, consider it a significant work, as does even the press for
    • senses. For instance, he might have another sense besides the eye. He
    • it joy for it has become grief, through having once more to consider
    • themselves as clever.’ But they do not consider themselves stupid
    • cleverness, and from this point to consider and judge everything. But
    • might say: the practical side of our spiritually scientific movement
    • forms of thought. Everywhere we should lay aside in our own souls that
    • our souls something that we have often considered. In the beginning of
    • possible in a spiritual manner. It is important to consider that in
    • considered it as of special importance that I had adopted this
    • Thus let us turn from the general consideration we have brought
    • strengthening that can come to us from these considerations —
    • He be at your side in all your difficult duties.
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    • things themselves. Let us consider for instance the symbol of the
    • We will consider what inspired him, what gave him Intuition.
    • the latter it is distributed outside along the spine until it spreads
    • outside all the single molecules of his brain. Then he will have
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    • action. With this must be considered the concept of cause and effect.
    • What man physically is and does is brought about from outside by
    • slowly be put aside. If he still wishes to make use of his organs to
    • lower nature continually beside them. That is a special kind of
    • Threshold at their side. If now the influence of spirituality were not
    • From this aspect we must consider the entrance of Christ into world
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    • the other side. This the plant cannot stand. It then turns again in
    • Let us now consider the human ear. At first we have the outer auditory
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    • the way a beehive functions one experiences something which is outside
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    • a particular vibration. When you study what exists outside, outside
    • outside, as the ear does sound. Thereby it perceives world warmth. The
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    • just as the child today has the old man beside him who is at another
    • from outside. Here he is closer to the elemental beings than to the
    • shadow when light enters it from outside. We incorporated cunning into
    • received from us, is in him animal; what coming from outside attaches
    • what is outside and around him and is creatively active. He has
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    • divisions of an ant-heap, will be directed by man from outside. The
    • is the reason why many people practicing a one-sided spiritual
    • incorporated themselves. The Moon Pitris had left aside the lower
    • jelly-like masses from outside until they are able to take possession
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    • appeared on either side of Jesus. For a moment space and time were
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    • If we consider man's being in its entirety we have to begin with the
    • The occultist considers the etheric as actually being the lowest body.
    • To see how the auric egg has been formed we must consider the
    • side the physical earth separates off and on the other side the auric
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    • consideration when it is a question of human development; the relevant
    • ‘self’ spread out into what is outside. But it is only in physical
    • according to those coming to him from outside. Further, when man
    • outside us in order to relate ourselves to it as we do to objects in
    • the physical world. Hence, we must consider the wishes of the
    • the sense world. From the other side he is subject to direction from
    • partly directed from outside and partly directed from the inner world
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    • themselves were not within the apparatus but outside and only made use
    • from outside. This is the first stage of human existence.
    • (Wirbel), something that builds from outside inwards and unites with
    • man, is etheric outside, just as what is desire within him, is astral
    • outside. But it is only when pure thinking begins that etheric
    • him from outside. Help must be brought to him from without. Thus in
    • fought against their own countrymen on the side of the Japanese. This
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    • conditions of Kamaloka can also be made use of in the world outside
    • Arupa Plane of Devachan he has to lay aside everything that he gained
    • house in which they later reside. Now let us ask: When does man work
    • on the other side of existence. Everything which appears as
    • When one considers that in the super-sensible regions man is developing
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    • etheric and astral bodies; all this has been cast aside. He now
    • nature. The initiate describes the world as it is on the other side,
    • world from the other side. The initiate is homeless here on the earth.
    • He must build himself a home on the other side. When the disciples
    • Beside these there is an Eighth Sphere to which everything goes that
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    • such an occult training very little consideration was given to the
    • play their part in the outside world. Voltaire was in the most eminent
    • through Theosophy today. In the outside world however there was no
    • on language in order to teach the outside world. The occult pupil
    • outside, education on the physical plane should bring about in the
    • from outside, what was indeed already there without man, but what he
    • present outside in his previous existence, but only disclosed itself
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    • much can be explained. Let us consider a thought within us. Behind
    • enveloped on all sides by the body of a spiritual being, we can
    • outside in the creative forces of Nature he calls it ‘Holy Spirit’.
    • which flows through the world outside, is healthy. The Holy Spirit is
    • comes about when we act. Then we not only change what exists outside
    • in the world, but also the forces working outside in the world.
    • have to consider everything which belongs in any way to Imagination.
    • where our thoughts come in contact with the creative thoughts outside.
    • World of Thoughts outside us: Sanjna.
    • us as inborn tendencies and outside us as opportunities. Through our
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    • If we consider human development we shall find that the one part of
    • mastery; it came to him from outside. He can only exert mastery over
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    • came to him from outside, also received the impulse of Buddhi, had he
    • the one side striving to purify the passions, the other side striving
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    • Yesterday we considered the forms in the astral world brought about by
    • consider the nature of the sleeping human being. Man consists, as we
    • ego. When he sleeps, the astral body with the ego is outside the human
    • higher self. Man must be clear that the higher self is outside him.
    • experienced in earlier incarnations. Everything else is outside us.
    • aside. Such desires are a process in the astral body, but the astral
    • be relinquished. This takes place in Kamaloka. When man has put aside
    • Innumerable errors can assail anyone who enters astral space. Besides
    • When at the moment of death the physical body is laid aside, he
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    • take into consideration a revealed side, the phenomena, and a hidden
    • side, the forces. When we are active on the physical plane, in the
    • outside what inwardly we know well, that is, human feeling; pleasure
    • pleasure outside ourselves, we should be able, through the pleasure,
    • factors into consideration completely objectively, for truth cannot
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    • select for special consideration the problem of death in its
    • In considering the physical-astral human being we are taken back into
    • now had outside him, he entered into relationship with these beings,
    • outside. That is an eternal process which holds good also for the
    • from outside. To begin with, the whole world was interwoven with us;
    • only later did it work upon us from outside. The original symbol for
    • this coming back into oneself from the other side is the snake biting
    • these are now outside it as pictures and work upon it as formative
    • side man ascends as far as the astral body, from the other side it is
    • Let us suppose that someone's earthly garment has been laid aside and
    • gain for ourselves from the outside world. We have come into being
    • higher, outside ourselves, we must seek to approach. Therefore our
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    • stood upside down and the Sun shone upon his head. Everything
    • connected with reproduction developed freely on the other side. Man at
    • continued side by side as Sun and Old Moon. The Sun retained the
    • around the Sun, in such a way that only one side was turned towards
    • Thus on the one side there was an intense heat and on the other side
    • possible. Then the Moon was outside and there were beings who were no
    • and placed it in the Moon side by side with the Earth. Through this
    • sexes. This had taken place earlier with the animals. Side by side
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    • were still indeterminate, receiving their form from forces outside
    • one which follows, five further conditions lie on the other side of
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    • When we consider the successive Planetary evolutions we find that each
    • concerning the other side of the world. On Vulcan the spirit is
    • If we consider in the mineral kingdom any kind of stone — what we
    • what it receives from outside. The plant kingdom not only reflects
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    • Planet we must consider seven Rounds. The passing through a Round may
    • models. They were put together from outside. The whole then passes
    • In the Third Earth Round, out of the Earth-Sun-Ball, on one side the
    • Earth protruded like a swelling, on the other side the Moon. At that
    • protruding from both sides.
    • hardening on the one side and spiritualisation on the other side were
    • We will now consider our present Ego. There are within it a multitude
    • know the world from outside. His Ego was at that time like a hollow
    • will then give it form outside himself. In the Sixth Round there will
    • When one considers life in the Human Kingdom in the Seventh Round,
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    • ask ourselves: What are we doing here? We take things from outside in
    • for instance the tiger, consciousness is on the astral plane. Outside
    • other beings besides minerals, plants, animals and human beings. There
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    • which the eye receives from outside in the light ether, pouring
    • outside.
    • relationship to the world outside him. Then finally he also gained an
    • is outside in the world is the remains of what man himself once was.
    • outside. The moment one sinks oneself into the heart, one creates for
    • Let us consider the undifferentiated human organism before the
    • outside.
    • individualisation; and in the world outside the opposite came about:
    • distributed outside, and within man the egoistic fire.
    • neither lose himself in what is outside, nor shut himself up in what
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    • consider the Karmic relationships between peoples and individuals.
    • to everyone without due consideration, for it would immediately bring
    • that time. These were the Luciferic beings. When one considers these
    • forms, a race of the good and a kingdom of the evil side by side. At
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    • Sun-food. Side by side with milk nourishment there arose a kind of
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    • must only consider where it is. When you look at a criminal through
    • outside world; to create initiates who laid great value on what was
    • to be understood in the light of these great considerations.
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    • only consider temperament, the subject of today's lecture, in order to
    • However, this inheritance gives us only one side of his nature. Joined
    • An illustration will make this seem less paradoxical. Consider a
    • the blood. That this is so becomes clear when we consider what happens
    • to what manifests itself as typical. When we consider that the
    • suffering to outside objects is what is called for.
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    • We come now to consideration of the individual activity of the spirit
    • existence for a considerable time. Just as a human being gets his
    • investigator discovers from quite another side.
    • An important consideration in the study of human life is that from
    • the animal. There is still something besides, which man can acquire
    • comes from outside to meet him in life, what is presented to him
    • But man can unite with the spirit from the other side; he can receive
    • but enters human existence from quite another side and when what man
    • another side the proof and evidence for what was intended to be made
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    • consideration of the spirit in man and in animal we shall have to
    • start from the concepts and ideas developed in our consideration of
    • have indicated how we have to consider the relation of the spirit to
    • look for them too far afield. In considering things in the right way,
    • nature which we need not take into consideration in the animal. This
    • dependent on the life of his environment, of the world outside, in
    • in other words, it is introduced from outside. Thus possibilities of
    • if we consider man as he takes his place in the world, to become what
    • consider according to universal rules what in an artistic sense lies
    • Now let us consider man
    • which it is said. If we take this into consideration we shall say: We
    • and to others even offensive. That, however, is beside the point.
    • us just consider the following; and because the matter is more or
    • allowing the two sides of human nature to work on each other, so that
    • one side, the way in which, conscious of himself, he finds a relation
    • way he feels his existence in his own body; and on the other side,
    • organization. Let the two sides in man come together without the
    • spiritual and physical side he is an unfolding in space, gestures and
    • so on, which on both sides stands open to the working of the spirit.
    • spiritual end of man, so to speak, we have also the reverse side
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    • outside them.
    • consideration of certain facts of spiritual history which today are
    • knew: “Outside me, in the cosmos, I do not find merely the
    • on the other side is the moon, and the moon sends its rays down upon
    • Modern science knows only one side of the picture. The scientist sees
    • has rendered up to the world outside rises up within him in the form
    • consideration merely its physical aspect. By such means the intellect
    • If, now, we consider a plant whose root contains the forces of
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    • what I am now saying represents the reality is quite beside the point;
    • world, we should be outside the solid constituents of our body all the
    • spirit to move around the outside of this column of fluid; you could
    • The human being appears to be concentrated inside his skin, but this
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    • outside, and his aspect of spirit-and-soul when we view him from
    • view it from outside. The concepts that must be applied here will be
    • the universe from outside, the aspect of spirit-and-soul is revealed
    • universe from outside?
    • what reveals itself when the cosmos is viewed from outside, when it is
    • A vantage-point of vision lying outside the physical-material cosmos
    • from the other side — not, therefore, from a point within it, but
    • from outside it. In the middle stages at least of the life between
    • death and a new birth, man is on yonder side of the boundary of the
    • questions can be answered only when, outside this physical existence,
    • but we experience it from outside, view it from outside. But the
    • the Sun-nature on the one side and to the Moon-nature on the other,
    • considered from the standpoint of Earth-evolution. I explained the way
    • vantage-point outside the cosmos in which we live between birth and
    • contemplating the Saturn-existence as it were from the other side of
    • organism. The Saturn-existence viewed from outside, in its aspect of
    • the other side. — I am speaking, not of the fully conscious moral
    • invariably a considerable degree of unconsciousness.
    • When, therefore, we are considering man's connection with these outer
    • from forces in the cosmos. Leaving aside the Sun-nature for the
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    • us consider the science of geology as it is today.
    • appearance differs very considerably from that of the concentrated
    • earth does not radiate from radium only. Thus on the one side we have
    • foundation we need for the shaping of our thoughts. Outside in space
    • plays its part in the life of man, animal and plant. When we consider
    • existence is so ordered as not to go to extremes. Indeed, if one-sided
    • first place, their scientific side; we learn to know the world only
    • practical side. And one really never gets beyond the most primitive
    • But now we still have to consider something important in this field:
    • nitrogen our ego and our astral body when outside the physical body
    • prepares us for the cosmic element. Outside, it allows those parts of
    • there is a considerable admixture of nitrogen in the air, for nitrogen
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    • guided humanity by imparting truths gained outside the body, and the
    • modern soul. Let us consider an early Greek soul. Let us try by means
    • who brings forth the fruits of the earth and presides over the
    • My dear friends, you may talk a great deal with people outside in the
    • side, which is for us the positive side, must be repeatedly
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    • guided humanity by imparting truths gained outside the body, and the
    • the darkness of life. Then, having considered the life of man from the
    • We can gain an adequate idea of what we are considering if we turn our
    • evolution — if we consider that mankind must mature to the last
    • darkness of life. If at the outset of our considerations we ask what
    • by means of what we may term “the perceiving of worlds outside
    • illustrate this life outside the sensory body in a higher organisation
    • things I experienced of myself is that I have within me, besides my
    • To gain a clear idea of this we may consider the etheric body in
    • to feel it like something foreign inside me.”
    • different. I will give you an example. Consider the hands. Just as
    • entirely new perspectives are opened out when we consider other
    • Such things must be taken into consideration if we would go into the
    • higher. Nothing is gained by such classification; that is quite beside
    • “I consider this or that individuality the higher on account of
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    • guided humanity by imparting truths gained outside the body, and the
    • the Guardian of the Threshold — but he must also lay aside many
    • stand side by side; they run parallel. The one consists of all the
    • nature. Side by side with all these ideas of ours, there exists in
    • experiencing and living outside the physical body. When such
    • apparently run side by side in the ordinary life of the senses, are
    • reproach, standing outside him, has the effect of rousing within him
    • quite hideous. We do not arrive at this point simply by turning upside
    • say, “On the one side stands the world of the senses, on the
    • everything aside here because I am entering a world in which all that
    • really to experience such a thing, to feel it livingly, to lay aside
    • But much else must be laid aside. When we reach the Guardian of the
    • Threshold, we must really lay aside all that we know of ourselves, but
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    • guided humanity by imparting truths gained outside the body, and the
    • consider itself to be?”
    • So, in considering the questions, “What is man? What is his soul
    • Moreover, man can also look at himself from outside. He can observe
    • considered what man knows of himself in waking life between birth and
    • must lay aside his egoism in order to pass over selflessly into the
    • which he has incarnated. Nevertheless, all this must be laid aside; it
    • I am now to lay aside all that I am, all that I can talk of in the
    • myself aside?” It is a fact that man can take nothing with him
    • worlds all of which he will be in need when he has to lay aside what
    • But what happens then to all we have laid aside? Now this is something
    • sensory life, all that we know, is laid aside and left with the
    • indeed, be laid aside, yet something of it must be carried on. Were it
    • acquired by initiation because, when he lays aside the body, he
    • laying aside the body he has forgotten. Here you have the real answer
    • remind him, after he has laid aside his physical body, of all that he
    • That is only one side of what I have been describing to you. We must
    • consider its first steps more precisely if we want to approach with
    • mercy or consideration, the really grievous faults one knows oneself
    • that may be described as one in which we experience ourselves outside
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    • guided humanity by imparting truths gained outside the body, and the
    • that one begins to feel outside one's physical body in such a way that
    • experienced as something external to one, something existing outside.
    • One is inside something else. I pointed out to you yesterday that the
    • confronted with beings, and besides the beings of the other kingdoms
    • a pot of flowers and looking at it. The plant is outside, external to
    • thus, from outside, placing oneself before them, as one would observe
    • way you behave toward them. The words, “I am beside them, I am
    • outside them,” lose all meaning. You are with them, just
    • inside it once more. You do not experience any before or after, but
    • world of the senses, and everything else besides, must be abandoned. I
    • you to consider this well) you do not necessarily bring it back with
    • consideration, you will understand that what here finds expression is
    • They do not consider that what is above depends to any great extent on
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    • guided humanity by imparting truths gained outside the body, and the
    • another. That is one side of the matter. But there is another side;
    • it from the other worlds. All this must be carefully considered if we
    • pedantic, rigid or one-sided dogmas or opinions that this or that is
    • the Luciferic, the Ahrimanic, and so on. Our considerations yesterday
    • us? He helps us considerably in the physical world; he helps every
    • quite different comes into consideration. What men experience
    • aside its skin like a kind of image of itself and progress in life
    • with a new form. Something has to be cast aside to give the being in
    • order, must be cast aside. Man, too, would like to do that in sensory
    • faculty found a one-sided expression in me; it is possible I even made
    • and embodiment so that this one-sidedness may be balanced and the
    • Thus, again and from another side, we are shown through feeling what
    • lead us a few steps further into the problem we are now considering.
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    • guided humanity by imparting truths gained outside the body, and the
    • We were able to close our considerations yesterday by touching on the
    • attain — not merely to try to do so — considered
    • to try perseveringly to cast it all aside when trying to observe the
    • the founder of his religion when he considers the connection of his
    • racial or national evolution? Consider whether it is easy for an
    • really to be considered, things that have to be effectively pointed
    • the mirrors trying all the time to be inside yourself, and then became
    • spiritual life, can see how those outside in ordinary life cannot even
    • world. So it may happen that, on the one side, stand those who want to
    • able to stream its rays into them. But if the victory be outside with
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    • human being. The above is an exoteric consideration. Esoterically it
    • with the sun, and we experience the Ego outside the body. Next comes
    • If, to begin with, we consider
    • in order to consider this inward life fully, we must add a fourth,
    • for these are made up of feeling, which wells up and again subsides.
    • deeply into the consideration of what we may call the four inner
    • objective, something that is outside us. Our reflections would give
    • there outside, and through perception and thought we can only make
    • and thought one has the notion that there is a great deal outside in
    • two parts; perception and thought on the one side, feeling and will
    • outside the body, when he really experiences this spiritual
    • soul-being as his own human nature outside the body, then a new world
    • consciousness begins to act outside the body, this relationship is
    • human way of considering the world it is, when that which previously
    • when this now really becomes the world outside, towards which
    • feel thyself within thy skin, within thy blood, art now outside.’
    • thy physical body, from outside the body. One knows: seen from the
    • inner activity out there, outside the body, which may be compared to
    • from outside. One may call that of which one now sees part, the
    • body, which thou now seest from outside, which now becomes visible to
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    • undergoes, when as a spiritual investigator it lives outside the body
    • when, from outside the body, it looks back at its own body and on all
    • enter when outside the body. Now there is another way of considering
    • considered from various sides. There is another way of leaving the
    • into space and begins to live there outside the body. This process of
    • of memory in the human soul cannot be considered as directly
    • last lecture, he feels that he is outside his life in outer space. I
    • body in this way, the words: ‘I am outside my body’ cease
    • to have any meaning, for outside signifies a relationship in space.
    • draw attention to the limited and dogmatic side of any religion,
    • on-flowing time (consider all these expressions as referring to
    • ‘time’ that is outside space). A religion formed on
    • may really feel that he speaks to our heart from outside, we feel
    • turning aside from the path leading to the great ideal of humanity.
    • from outside, as revealed to his senses and to the intellect
    • our previous life, so we wish to turn aside with all our
    • think it is good for us at this Eastertide to consider those
    • more inward way; to consider the relationship between death and
    • When we consider our inner being
    • our considerations to-day, the statement, ‘Out of God we are
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    • system, when he considers the world and tries to explain what comes
    • surrounding world, even though we consider only the physical world.
    • perception, no sensation from outside without a sort of corpse being
    • One has to consider what it
    • other side and now arises within us the war between Lucifer, who
    • should recognise the full significance. Just consider! When you look
    • our thought. And now let us consider feeling, that which we have
    • rest remains outside our consciousness. What does it really mean when
    • we say that the rest remains outside our consciousness? It is really
    • certain conditions when perceptions came from outside, something shot
    • and Intuitions lives outside and does not consciously enter into us,
    • soul even when he had laid aside the physical body. The time has now
    • Mystery of Golgotha. From outside comes the life-giving force of
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    • know oneself in the soul, outside the body - IN CHRISTO MORIMUR.
    • towards him so abundantly that he cannot escape it. From all sides
    • two sides of life have to supplement and balance each other. We form
    • all circumstances. But taking into consideration the law of karma,
    • considering an illness, karma never under any circumstance says that
    • illness as much as the swing of a pendulum to one side belongs to the
    • swing to the other side.
    • under consideration. Let us suppose that we confront some process or
    • we might therefore now consider the question: How, at the present
    • arrive at a Divine Being who pervades all; and when we consider this
    • suggest you should weigh well and consider; if rightly understood it
    • For this reason, when we study a cause considering it in connection
    • follow in due course, but which emerges as a free act alongside the
    • know oneself in the soul outside the body, or the other dying, the
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    • of death, he lays aside his physical body. This is consigned to the
    • comprehension of the spiritual world, we have naturally to consider
    • art now outside, but as though sunk into a single star.’ At
    • surrounded it — from outside, instead of from inside. Naturally
    • from outside, while during sleep we are unconscious. In the state
    • experience of what we have gained. These fruits exist, but outside
    • feeling and experience of our inmost earthly nature being outside us.
    • have given birth. We ourselves look upon that which is outside, that
    • in our soul and spiritual nature outside our body. We return, because
    • be ours after death. Our thoughts live outside us as elemental
    • spiritual world which we ourselves are, and which is there, outside
    • which in physical life is within us and not outside. Feeling then
    • returns to us floating on the waves of will. There, outside surges
    • perceive that which exists outside us as the outer spiritual world.
    • express thus: Beings surround thee on all sides but thou art becoming
    • aware: While there, outside thee the outer world exists; thou must
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    • spiritual lectures and turn aside. It may be necessary to bring them
    • intimate karma, but so as not to become one-sided the tendencies of
    • that comes into consideration in respect of this important subject of
    • world are considered from the spiritual side, and a time will come
    • When we consider nature, the remarkable spectacle is presented to us
    • spirit, it is a spiritual Law, and we must consider this matter from
    • is turned aside from the straight forward stream of events, has its
    • Let us consider a case which
    • in the order of nature, or in the case which we consider to be our
    • more. But here we are considering the material realm. The spiritual
    • do in his following incarnation in order not to become one-sided. In
    • one side so as to swing again to the other, and as it is right this
    • existence. So also from another side we may say — when we bear
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    • Saturn. Then consider everything which had to be brought together to
    • the proletarian consciousness of the present time. Consider: all that
    • Consider, again: how
    • Now consider this
    • Consider a further
    • into the hearts of men. Put these two facts side by side and ask
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    • alongside the other realms. This realm will include the upbringing of
    • by anyone outside our movement. And we will carry the matter to a
    • consider this earthly spiritual life — religion, education, art
    • for the reason that besides economic life we have a life of rights
    • of the community of mankind, but on manifold sides a delirium of
    • merely in my own way of thinking, and in what I consider
    • interest in the opinions of other men, even though he considers them
    • from inner development, from self-education. Besides the
    • idealism, that besides instinctive idealism they should achieve in
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    • truth — and everything outside them is horrible. We have simply
    • remarkable case — and consider how typical it is — of a
    • more deeply into many of the things which our consideration of the
    • world-spirit — to think again of the spiritual side of
    • as a free life, outside the realm of politics, which in this sense is
    • continues on the far side of death.
    • recent centuries. Now consider, if Lenin and Trotsky had lived in a
    • to consider how the social order must be laid out if men are to work
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    • shall at most be able to contribute a few side-lights which may help
    • call the experimental side of Science and what concerns the outlook,
    • unknown. They scarcely trouble, for example, to consider if it is
    • considerable light on what is seeking to come into our Science by way
    • us, in effect, from quite another side — and, to begin with, in
    • the spherical circumference from all sides, forces which in their
    • works inward from all sides, from the infinitudes of space? In the
    • according to their potentials. What is existing in Nature outside us
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    • however is subjective. The objective process, going on outside in
    • the moment, we are considering the movement pure and simple, not its
    • approach Nature we must consider how the point comes to be moving.
    • side of this formula. You see in it the mass. You see from the
    • side of the equation we have mass, i.e. the very thing we can never
    • IIa). I can balance the weight that is on the one side with an
    • on that side. By immersion in water the object has become lighter,
    • — We have to consider man, not in the abstract manner of today,
    • outside. We can then put up a screen and catch the resulting picture.
    • the other side, yet in the process it is deflected by the prism. Were
    • material medium. In here however, inside the prism, we have a
    • make clear to you today. Now if you want to consider for yourselves,
    • the portion of the etheric body that is in the eye. Inside the eye
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    • consider how these reflections can also be made use of in school
    • none other than that. For there is darkness outside this circular
    • Moreover I shall always find a red edge outside, — in this
    • to begin with, considerably reduced in size. What then has taken
    • would be considerably enlarged. Once again, while moving the screen
    • lens, I get a picture considerably bigger than the cross-section of
    • widened, — very considerably thrust apart. Again: the simple
    • will consider another phenomenon. Suppose I have a vessel here
    • eye you look into the pupil. I am now drawing it from the side and in
    • external. Inside the vitreous body on the other hand we find inherent
    • wisdom, if I may so put it, from the side of Nature — this you
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    • direction of it through the prism. Instead of looking from outside on
    • shook the corpuscular theory very considerably. His experiments are
    • extinguishes the light coming from the other side. In rushing through
    • alongside the darkness you will have a patch of light so much the
    • IVk), — mauve in the middle, and on the one side merging
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    • remaining time — we shall now have to consider the relation of
    • see the violet on the one side, the reddish-yellow on the other. In
    • the phenomena, in a manner of speaking, side by side. What we must
    • only one that has reality. What is really there in the world outside
    • duality of space and time. The real thing we have outside us is the
    • are not one with the velocity that is there outside us, but we are
    • perceiving the reality outside us the — velocity — we
    • time are at once in us and outside us. The point is that we unite
    • common to us and the things outside us — the so-called bodies.
    • which the things outside you are. It is a common element in which
    • both you, and that which is outside you, swim. But we have still to
    • common to us and to the things outside us; whilst in the colours we
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • light, bordered on one side or other by darkness. And if the lighter
    • kind of darkness. It is as one-sided as it would be to declare:
    • here, there and on all sides; — the ones between, as they fly
    • will be bigger outside than in between. In the resultant therefore,
    • there will be less bombardment inside than outside; hence the two
    • receive in the space between them and outside them.”
    • or a mere section of some larger whole. If you consider Sun and Moon,
    • considering Sun and Earth and Moon thus separately, the things you
    • section of a whole. How many errors arise by considering to be a
    • whole! By thus considering only the partial phenomena and then
    • a note, you will be able to show that the air inside it is vibrating.
    • those phenomena which we still want to consider. In our remaining
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    • consider please the following phenomenon; it is most important,
    • objective phenomenon of the green is called forth. Now side by side
    • in such a way that the ether is there vibrating outside of you and
    • there, or in your frontal cavity? We are not outside the things,
    • lukewarmness on either side. What is it then? It is your own warmth
    • it. Inside your skin you are living in this warmth, and according to
    • consider how we are living in yet another element. Once more then:
    • differentiated airy element outside us. In this respect, my dear
    • manifestation in the air outside you. The ear is in a way the
    • Something, they say, is going on in the space outside, this then
    • come to imagine that the light is there at work quite outside us;
    • thermometer inside, you would find it a little over
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    • their social connections. Now from this side there was always the
    • real in the world outside myself, — then I must concentrate
    • well argue, that the sound as such is not there outside us; outside
    • “hearing”, what is really there outside me are these
    • the same proposition. Outside us are the vibrations; in us are the
    • is, in the world outside us, no more nor less than a certain
    • there in himself while in the world outside him is simply vibrating
    • sensations of light and sound are so. None of you are there outside
    • considerable vitality. Then there is the fluid between the lens and
    • put them neatly side by side, and — for a further abstraction
    • recognized the facts, this is what we shall see:— Consider
    • them falsely to begin with by simply placing eye and ear side by
    • side, whereas in truth the ear can only be compared to the part of
    • inside has the same density as outside. But if there is a vacuum
    • inside, plenty will happen. Air from outside will whistle in and
    • going on inside the globe? No. You will say: This air has come in
    • from outside, but the empty space — purely to describe the
    • already in existence, only it is outside of space. It is not yet in
    • be compared to the vacuum inside the globe, and what then grows
    • surrounding space into the vacuum inside when the conditions have
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    • electrifiable coating on the outside. Then comes an insulating
    • layer (the substance of the vessel). Inside, there is another
    • is taking place from the one side and the other, — how the
    • air inside the tube.
    • imagined material particles to be shooting through the space inside
    • something is there, demanding our consideration),—
    • extreme attenuation, he imagined, the matter that is left inside
    • of sleep. We must be fully clear that this is so. Consider then
    • this memberment of the human being; consider it with fully open
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    • cathode rays impinge on it, and on the other side you will see
    • please. Inside the tube is the St. Andrew's cross. The cathode rays
    • besides the ordinary geometry handed down to us from Euclid other
    • idea that what takes place outside us partly accords with what we
    • processes outside are governed by quite another geometry, and it is
    • phenomena of the realm we are now considering, my dear Friends. For
    • as I enter into these, I have outside me not only the objective,
    • who looked upon them from outside. Yet he spoke not untruly when he
    • on one side joins up with what is wrong on another. What of a thing
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    • On two sides — the outer and the inner sides as we may call them
    • outside himself, poured out into the new world which fills the
    • In ecstasy there is a loss or at least a considerable diminution of
    • against the blow which comes from outside; but the mystic penetrates
    • of importance is that on two sides — outwards and inwards —
    • selves. And on the other side, when the mystic attributes everything
    • condition in which he is outside his body not merely in respect of his
    • We have, then, to picture man in sleep as consisting on the one side
    • etheric body — and on the other side, of the members outside the
    • actually capable of actions. Watched from outside, however, it is as
    • illusions or realities is at the moment beside the point. The person
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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    • asserting a one-sided point of view. Man's Ego and astral body are in
    • Let us now consider the sleeping human being. Quite naturally, normal
    • By considering certain familiar experiences and facts we will now
    • So far, however, we have considered only one aspect of man's life of
    • forces that work upon the human being during sleep, when he is outside
    • belonging to him. Impressions from outside are made upon his senses,
    • Let us first of all consider this cosmic clock itself. The idea of the
    • matter here. We will leave the other planets out of consideration
    • other side of the Sun, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. Leaving aside the
    • Earth, the sequence will be: Sun, Venus, Mercury, Moon, on one side;
    • — If we consider, quite superficially, that Saturn is the most
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 3: The Inner Path Followed by the Mystic. Experience of the Cycle of the Year.
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    • our physical body from outside with the same eyes with which we look
    • know ourselves as men only from outside, regarding ourselves as beings
    • being. But leaving aside experiences of this kind, we can say that in
    • a stream: while we sleep we are on this side of the stream,
    • when we are awake, on yonder side. If we were capable of perceiving
    • anything from “this side”, we should be able to perceive our
    • start from familiar experiences, leaving aside for the moment what a
    • during the day it is the same with the Sun outside as it is on waking
    • side is still known and that merely as tradition. The pupils were
    • up to the heavens? He sees only the external side, just as he sees
    • only the external side of his own inner being. The starry sky we
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    • capacities are of little account, to others when they are considerably
    • penetrate into these mysteries from one particular side.
    • We must also become aware of the reverse side of what has been
    • described as the good or light side.
    • men to replenish, from their side, the down-streaming forces that are
    • from outside have been instilled into the human race. Those people who
    • impressions from outside, we experience what has been described. We
    • encounter Beings who really do exist outside us, but to begin with we
    • Today, then, we have reached the point of considering the stream which
    • attention from everything outside him in the world of the senses and
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
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    • been experienced in the way described is the inner side of the astral
    • other considerations. The fundamental characteristic of spiritual life
    • of the inner nature of the astral body. We will now consider what the
    • characteristics at birth.-That is one side of the experience. What we
    • And now as to the other side of the experience. — When the pupil
    • was this? We shall understand it best by considering the moment of
    • universal ether needs a considerable time to dissolve; and it is the
    • the feeling of infinite gratitude on the one side and, on the other,
    • the physical body only from outside. Now for the first time he
    • continent stretching between Europe and Africa on the one side and
    • very worst sides of his inner being, what he had made of himself
    • outside, their inner self asserts itself. If education has hitherto
    • laid aside his own self. He eliminated his Ego and felt himself filled
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    • considerable reduction, for it can be said, broadly speaking, that
    • water and disappearing in it. Man is in the state of being outside
    • himself, outside his ordinary nature; he lets his Ego flow out of him.
    • Ecstasy, therefore, can by no means be considered a desirable way of
    • outside. In the Northern Mysteries this was achieved by the candidate
    • there were individuals who willingly developed one side of their Ego
    • called a true spiritual manifestation but to a considerable degree it
    • can observe only by going round it; it has an inner and an outer side.
    • — were considered particularly valuable.
    • air, water, earth, must also be considered. On Old Saturn, everything
    • consciousness we perceive it only from outside. To what world do the
    • is a one-sided truth. Unless the other side is added a
    • one-sided truth is being regarded as the whole truth — than which
    • put one right about it; but it is really serious to regard a one-sided
    • without the eye we could see no light is a one-sided truth. But if the
    • their sight and their eyes go to ruin. On the one side it is true that
    • without eyes we could gee no light, but on the other side it is
    • side but also from the other. The fault of most philosophers is not
    • side only. If you take in the right sense the saying that “the
    • in the world outside as external surfaces only.
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    • any surprise if there is considerable variation in accounts of the
    • difficult. Most people in life always consider themselves in the
    • But in the Macrocosm it is not as easy to be outside things as it is
    • in the physical world. In the physical world we stand outside a
    • one standing beside you as an ideal at which you can look without
    • likeness of ourselves as we are, and by its side we become
    • because life itself corrects them; but one-sided truths, half-truths,
    • outside us, for we have been formed out of the world that surrounds
    • temperament. The one-sidedness of each temperament will be balanced in
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 8: Mirror-images of the Macrocosm in Man. Rosicrucian Symbols.
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    • by considering once again what it is that happens when man wakes from
    • view of the fact that while he is asleep he is outside his physical
    • of Reason, and also into the still higher world we are to consider
    • whole Ego-aura. In the morning the Ego approaches from all sides, from
    • Now let us consider more exactly how the Ego slips into the body, and
    • laws of the planetary world outside, for the planetary world is the
    • destined to be a being who is independent of what is going on outside
    • way as before; we hold it back from the opposite side. We hold back
    • activity; now we see the World of Reason from the other side; we see
    • the World of Spirit from the other side and the spiritual Realities
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    • people consider that this characteristic quality of the higher kind of
    • consider Christianity, not Mohammedanism, the true faith in Europe.
    • immediate feeling determines what they consider to be true or false.
    • taken into consideration.
    • outside. On passing the Guardian of the Threshold the Ego is
    • the Ego from outside corresponds exactly to what is reflected in the
    • believe there are two little demons sitting inside it and making the
    • phenomenon in the world! This is an example of the one-sidedness of
    • reaction in the world when anyone sets aside his personal point of
    • by anyone who sets aside his own opinion and personality and enters
    • of ourselves and look back upon ourselves from outside. In normal
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    • contemplate our own Ego from outside as soon as we enter the higher
    • inner side, in connection with what was said yesterday about the
    • beside one another (in the spatial sense), and he must as it
    • placed side by side in space. When this form of memory has been
    • snapshots would have to be placed side by side. That will give you an
    • perpetually being photographed and the photographs placed side by
    • side. This other kind of Space is essentially and fundamentally
    • reverse side, and this applies also to the development of the faculty
    • side of a fifteen-year-old and says: These two are standing side by
    • side, so I will study them together and form an idea of what they are
    • simply by looking at them beside each other. — That would be
    • possible from outside to detect which organ is older or which younger;
    • today in the physical body; for a while they have developed side by
    • side, but at an earlier stage there was not much connection between
    • how to frame our questions differently when we come to consider other
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    • Besides addressing himself to the reasoning mind, the spiritual
    • the shadow-sides of modern civilisation to be found chiefly in great
    • not shine from outside; otherwise man would have been able to develop
    • outside at that time; but without solar activity the physical and
    • only find one in an age when the Sun did not shine from outside; the
    • outside. Nevertheless there is no denying that speech is something in
    • obliged to place speech outside the control of his
    • people who sit side by side in offices or workrooms or factories doing
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    • alongside natural science, working in the same way as natural
    • spirit should exist alongside natural science. But,
    • out anything substantial about these questions outside the
    • considering, we come across a way of regarding things which,
    • life and proceed from there to what lies spiritually outside
    • cannot be sought outside the body.
    • simply consider knowledge as concerning outward, tangible facts
    • but outside it. This is no doubt something that appears quite
    • according to outer events, we endeavor in moments set aside for
    • that air comes from outside, penetrates into the lungs, is then
    • outside. Because this kind of observation suffices, no one
    • mother, than the air which comes from outside has to do with
    • from outside, so the ego flows out of the spiritual world into
    • us when it approaches the soul from outside, so we have to wait
    • the science of spirit to find its place alongside it as equally
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    • of spirit which can and must be placed alongside ordinary
    • consideration the unconscious phenomena in human soul
    • perhaps many people do not consider belongs to the unconscious
    • human destiny, which will be considered from the viewpoint of
    • of spirit is not only considered to be difficult to understand,
    • leave aside for the moment the question of how dreams are
    • that spiritual experiences are achieved outside the body. The
    • scientist of spirit therefore knows what it means to be outside
    • considerable length in a long book, and which has aroused
    • side by the friend who had already been there for many years.
    • appears in human life when we consider real art and artistic
    • outside; they just come. This may be quite right and is right
    • as one who has a tendency to reflect, we consider what we
    • Consider how very different it is to remember how you
    • — and consider our destiny! We have
    • the feelings plays no part, as if we stood outside our destiny.
    • outline. But it is just a consideration of the border
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    • take life very seriously. So we see that the practical side of
    • from two sides we can now place what the present speaker calls
    • research, we shall only find on the other side something that
    • side of the threshold which the ancient peoples were only
    • which is outside us in the spiritual world. And we come to
    • realize what it means to live outside the human body. With our
    • consciousness outside the body, and how consciousness arises
    • the spirit from the world outside us, we acquire at the same
    • that we are not always changed from outside, but that we
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    • theme we are to consider today leads at once into a sphere which
    • greatest service, not only to those on the other side of death who
    • consider fantastic spiritual teachings and would have admitted to
    • instrument. This is easy to understand if we consider the chief
    • independent power of thinking, we are outside our body, one with all
    • that we otherwise see; our body in which we live is now outside us;
    • body lies in the bed and we are actually outside it, just as is the
    • will now consider the subject-matter which, in the process of meditation
    • words based upon ordinary human considerations that I have tried to
    • objective considerations. It is necessary to affirm repeatedly
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    • from the evolution of humanity, as coming into consideration only
    • consider the nature of the Being who revealed himself in those times
    • enters the super-sensible worlds, although it can still be considered
    • possible vantage-point. Definitions are always one-sided and remind
    • something that is so many-sided and profoundly philosophical that
    • understand this we must consider the Mystery of Golgotha from another
    • Golgotha without considering the fact that the Christ passed through
    • Golgotha, He laid aside the physical body?
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    • field of spiritual science. At the outset of our considerations I
    • Alongside the external reality of life, which they acknowledged fully
    • No criticism is intended. We only want to see the external side of
    • aspects side by side.
    • the one side with the desire to rise through theological concepts to
    • the other side, with all the inner discipline, rigor and confidence
    • conceived the deity as something lying outside human knowledge. He
    • there, and we must also briefly consider the embryonic state
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    • consider to be symptoms of what goes on in the depths of general
    • times, we can say: The spirit was considered the world-embracing
    • times, we can say: The spirit was considered the world-embracing
    • and comprehend what is outside our own life. Anything that we carry
    • science of nature from outside. Here, we have once again reached the
    • hold of the other side, the external side of what Cusanus could not
    • related to “being born,” whereas what we consider as
    • from outside with mathematics although mathematics cannot penetrate
    • broadest sense possible. The third is mathematical. Considering the
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    • example of what is thought-out but not experienced, let us consider
    • experienced so much as viewed from outside. If it were possible to go
    • the abstract three-dimensional space-scheme is drawn up from inside
    • were considered to be almost one and the same. Mysticism, mathesis,
    • to you that I did not divide man into separate members placed side by
    • side in space, although certain academic persons have accused
    • to mysticism, it was in fact the external side of movement, of the
    • limbs, while the inward side was the blood experience. For the mystic
    • relationships of movement outside. He no longer had the blood
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    • its center outside the earth. The rise of the Copernican system is
    • It is only natural that statements like this are considered absurd by
    • object outside. The two were still as one; man did not speak of the
    • I am. Thus many people consider Lessing
    • opponent of the scientific approach. I would consider it detrimental
    • Therefore, I want to make it clear that I consider all these polemics
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    • hear a sound, outside of me there is vibrating air. In a drawing, I
    • Simply put, one could say with Locke that the external world outside
    • content of the sense world exists in truth somehow inside us. The
    • to be found outside, it lives in me. The same is true of my
    • were, disappeared inside man. Vaguely it was thought that an ether
    • looking around inside for whatever it was that, as an effect of the
    • the space and time qualities of things cannot somehow be outside and
    • It is interesting to place a recent example side by side with Locke's thinking.
    • were these organisms considered immortal? Because they never produce
    • organism is only viewed from outside, if one cannot experience what
    • alongside the externally excogitated concept of a triangle, square,
    • Aside from what I might call a few decorative embellishments intended
    • the world but regards it only as something occurring inside man. If
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    • consideration. AS far as he was concerned, they arose in total
    • experiences. But I have pointed out that inside the physical man as
    • well as inside the etheric man these secondary qualities can no
    • really does not take into consideration that these secondary
    • sleep they can also be outside the physical and etheric bodies. Just
    • dimensions, not outside but within himself during full wakefulness,
    • is to be found outside the physical and etheric bodies from the
    • warmth in the external world outside his own body. When, during the
    • experience them as reality, when we are outside our physical body. We
    • Man experiences them outside his physical and etheric body,
    • scientific age, gradually emerged as the official views. Aside from
    • can only be experienced outside the body. We should not be told that
    • we have to form an idea of how we really experience sound outside our
    • consider the totality of human nature, the true being of man.
    • and live independently of the body, outside the body, in order to
    • belongs inside, while sound, color, etc. are something external.
    • inter-maxillary bone, with the actual upper jawbone on either side of
    • outside of us in the external world. We do this, because we have lost
    • taking place outside us in time and space. Such enthusiasts describe
    • consideration. He had an intense feeling for man as a whole. This is
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    • When we observe the physical body and consider the possibility of
    • of the falling stone side by side with the inward experience of the
    • alongside that of the falling stone. Galileo also observed the
    • that he had the physical inside him as well.
    • who throughout the Middle Ages had been considered
    • world outside, he always points out how it would be if man himself
    • would rank alongside physics, if it had been possible to take as much
    • man. What happens on one side, when we forget all inner experience
    • side. It is easy enough to say that inertia is expressed by the
    • indeed say that we are entirely outside the movement and must orient
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    • I will now leave aside the
    • super-sensible on one side and on the other side the sense
    • He described the world the way he experienced it. Besides them, there
    • chemistry, though it is of course considered childish today. No other
    • what was still considered as one's own soul contents. One had
    • chemical aspects in union with the outside world, so he also
    • Seventeenth and Eighteenth centuries, and if we leave aside isolated
    • unintelligible if considered by itself, although if it is viewed in
    • In considering these iatrochemists, we must realize that they still
    • iatrochemical theory or alongside it, there arose iatromechanics and
    • who, considering his time, was an unusually clever man. He had
    • considering the whole course of human evolution. It was, after all,
    • one side. It must be regarded as a phenomenon parallel to the
    • study the various streams that run side by side. Only then can we
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    • physical body resides only in the small part of the human
    • abstract psychology (which today is no longer considered real) was in
    • former times actually not experienced inside man. Man felt himself at
    • one with the external world outside his own being, when he experienced
    • however, that with our conscious experience, we are entirely outside
    • mechanical formulas, and I leave aside everything that is not
    • case, we consider today's manner of thinking to be the most
    • they would have to consider seriously the inner and outer aspects.
    • technology that surrounds him on all sides. He looks out on it and
    • corpse. Alongside the abstract indifferent cold knowledge, such a
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    • measurement. In our thinking we consider that there is a fundamental
    • considerations which have been overlooked owing to exclusive attention
    • unknown being of heat to the human organism has considerable
    • has considerable importance. Those extreme conditions as met with in
    • objective determination with the thermometer? Consider now, suppose
    • would consider it is this. You would say, yes, I understand the
    • the other hand, it is remarkably clever considering only the logic of
    • must, therefore, consider what Achilles really does, and not simply
    • our considerations now wearing a scientific aspect. I have often said:
    • of gas by any means. Consider a moment, you have matter here on the
    • is not usually considered as empty space but the greatest possible
    • to be observed in the sun must be considered as attractive forces not
    • thought of as it is considered by the modern physicist. It must be
    • considered in such a way that we have the consciousness not of forces
    • and red, these colors are considered as objective. When the analogous
    • from a general consideration of the senses. But you find everywhere
    • a conclusion in practical life, he would be considered a fool. In
    • consideration of heat has been plunged into a chaos of theoretical
    • considerations. In the 19th century the mechanical theory
    • you in an introductory way. From this consideration you can see that
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    • heat expand. Today we will first consider how bodies, the solid bodies
    • clear we may consider it as follows: here is a rod, considered simply
    • after expansion may be considered as made up of the original
    • under consideration. Physicists have called
    • coefficient of the substance considered. Now I have considered here a
    • to consider. Taking first the original length,
    • Considering now the breadth
    • body. It is simply considered that since the fraction
    • scientific concepts. It was the time set aside for the spread of
    • Let us now consider this thing, which is not a theory but a
    • for the phenomena of earth. And when you consider this which is simply
    • can we find a firm standpoint for our consideration of these things.
    • was influenced from outside the earth. And when a gaseous body was
    • considered as acting through the spatially given phenomena from the
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    • lectures, we will consider some of the relations between the being of
    • us consider this phenomenon carefully. For you see, this phenomenon
    • temperature rise we will consider as a line sloping upward in this
    • consider solids, which form our starting point, you know that they
    • or vapor I can hold only in a vessel closed in on all sides, otherwise
    • for superficial observation, and we will consider the matter first in
    • this way. And now I would ask you to make the following consideration
    • of these things with me. We make this consideration in order to bring
    • fundamental and consider the following: Assume a line
    • entirely in the line. The matter is otherwise when we consider the
    • to reach point e or f. You must go outside to reach these points.
    • surface. This consideration leads to a view of the dimensionality of
    • however, not possible to reach points outside a single dimension
    • involved when I consider the points e and f in relation to the
    • which he is aware. Likewise the points outside a surface would not
    • when the point moves out to one side and
    • dimension. Considered simply as an observed phenomenon, when the
    • this interruption falls outside the realm in which I draw my curve.
    • There is, at first considered — note I say at first — an
    • phenomena side by side so that they throw light on each other, and
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    • You will perhaps have noticed that in our considerations here, we are
    • and it exerts this pressure on us. Thus, we can say that air inside
    • left hand tubes. You can see that on both right and left hand sides
    • this and consider it a general phenomenon that the space occupied by a
    • these must be placed side by side if we are to approach the nature of
    • heat. And now, since our considerations are to be thought of as a
    • basis for pedagogy we must consider the matter from two aspects. On
    • what must happen if we are to throw aside certain obstacles that
    • Please picture vividly to ourselves that when we consider the nature
    • consideration of heat. I have to speak repeatedly in detail of these
    • Now for physics, these facts that meet us when we consider heat are
    • of heat condition and of sensation of heat, is considered as something
    • pressure, for instance, on the temperature, which we will consider
    • is left out of consideration. We saw yesterday that there is a good
    • Now you need only consider the following. You need consider only that
    • entirely similar fashion when we consider a temperature condition. The
    • it necessary to consider what is appearing as temperature not as a
    • stay in our ordinary space. A simple consideration, dealing it is true
    • as those put forth in our considerations here. Then what is
    • other. Now suppose we consider this idea somewhat closely. I am unable
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    • yesterday. I will ask you to consider all these facts that were placed
    • one side, to see how a solid body melts, and can establish the fact
    • colors on each side of it, fading into the unknown. I compared the
    • kinematics and what enters into our consideration as mechanical, such
    • as mass, for instance. As long as I consider only kinematics, I need
    • speak of space, you are not able, considering the matter in an
    • were inside of us, then we could not ourselves be within space. We
    • only think space is inside of us. We can free ourselves of this fancy,
    • of this notion, if we consider the fact that this being-within space
    • has a very real meaning for us. If space were inside of us, it would
    • life does not have time inside of it, but time has your life within
    • ourselves live inside of spatial and temporal relations, and are
    • active inside of you; at this moment it falls into a different
    • with the phenomena of mass inside us. But we are unconscious of these
    • in the outside world.
    • brain becomes really visible. Aside from the fact that it is extremely
    • We must now set up on the one side, all the things we have just tried
    • to place before our minds, and on the other side, those things that
    • opposite pressure brought to bear from the outside. These things have
    • only on the bottom and sides. On the upper side, the liquid forms its
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    • considerably greater when we raise the temperature. When we cool the
    • considered yesterday in regard to the distinction between the solid,
    • it will be necessary for us to consider the forces on and around the
    • This is pictured, as it were, in considering the solid in its relation
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    • Now this surprised you considerably at first, did it not? But it
    • nothing other than the solid existing alongside of something taking
    • this definition is not dependent on how we consider energy. It does
    • not rest on our considering it as something final, ultimate, nor on
    • cannot proceed as rapidly as we should in getting people to consider
    • statement: When we consider the liquids of the whole earth in their
    • totality, we are obliged to consider them as related to the body of
    • vessel closed on all sides. In passing from the liquid to the gas we
    • way taken up gravity for their form-building. But consider the
    • what may be considered as a fluid state. They constitute something
    • stand outside of reality if we are to find the path here. Then we can
    • may be considered negative in respect to gravity. You see therefore
    • For this reason we have to consider gravity as something quite
    • Does not that which is active in the gas really lie on the far side of
    • this null-point on this side of which gravity is active? Is it not
    • front of “g” then we are obliged to consider as heat what
    • Now let us consider another general phenomenon which we will approach
    • If now, I consider this spherical form, I may regard it as the
    • and you wished to turn it inside out as you might do a glove. You will
    • then realize that in going through this process of turning inside out
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    • change. By letting the pressure come through from one side we raise
    • shows a considerable increase in temperature. In this way we can
    • We wish first to grasp this phenomenon. Now let us consider how
    • transformation and consider only the fact. Now, the modern physicist
    • then this must be considered as transformation of the energy already
    • If we consider the most important treatise by which Helmholtz sought
    • closed system? Note well what I am saying. If I consider the totality
    • otherwise have had. It is quite certain indeed, that I cannot consider
    • clothes, but into my organism. This organism must be considered as a
    • valid for me to consider an experimental procedure as a closed
    • Consider along with this another fact. Suppose you have to begin with
    • added to the system, but must have come into it from the outside. If
    • creation. If we simply consider what we can determine from observation
    • For this manner of thinking it is quite easy to consider the perpetuum
    • see in these that which may be considered as corresponding to the
    • considerations.) I must look for something else there in the X region,
    • spiritualized, and on the other side to descend into what appears more
    • other side of the violet, also, we no longer have light. We come to
    • indigo, and violet. On this side the violet becomes ever more and more
    • other side there are two nuances between peach blossom and red. You
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    • to be ranged alongside of yesterday's. In this experiment we will
    • is so we will seek in our further considerations.) Yesterday in our
    • and take into account that which Eduard von Hartmann set aside before
    • consider physical phenomena in connection with the human being, the
    • time, and they were the best physicists of the period, had considered
    • arises which sees science advancing when physical facts are considered
    • no other manner than that we have to consider gas and heat as mutually
    • their relation to the world. We will consider this further in the next
    • Our concepts of what has been said will be better if we consider
    • consider light merely as ether vibrations. A person thus passes from
    • But now we have to consider the fact that when we pass through the
    • open one so long as I limit my consideration to the special spectrum
    • on both sides, and bring the two together. If now, we do a similar
    • other side — it is difficult to show this diagrammatically. Since
    • we come back from the other side, that which belongs to this other
    • side has to insert itself into the realm from which we have just
    • point from the other side. Or, I might say: I observe the gas, it
    • But from the other side comes that which inserts itself,
    • You may, if you will, consider these things under the symbol of
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    • with our considerations. When we study the nature of heat we can do so
    • ice lens. What we have to consider is that the heat spreads in two
    • on the one side and what goes off into indefiniteness on the other may
    • be considered as bending back
    • at this point. In Goethe's sense you know that the spectrum considered
    • one side green, when we make a bright spectrum. On the other side
    • brings us to an enormously important consideration. What must we place
    • spectrum the tones shade off on the one side into the region beyond
    • the violet and on the other side into the region beyond the red? Ask
    • other side. What stands there? Man as such stands there. The human
    • sides is placed at that point. And how does he take up what comes from
    • the two sides?
    • lose the ability to create form in ourselves. This considered in a
    • form outside the body can be experienced. And how do we experience
    • You need only consider the matter physiologically to see that we go
    • willing is to become a reality. We have to consider will related to
    • ideas, so we have to consider what is spread abroad as heat as related
    • extreme conditions, with what from one side builds itself as thought
    • and from the other side builds itself as will. We can therefore say
    • her. Unless we do, when we consider the content of nature in relation
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    • alcohol column down on this side and up on this one. This depression
    • of the alcohol column shows us that there is a considerable heat
    • portion of the spectrum that disappears on the unknown on this side
    • and the portion that disappears on this other side; you see how the
    • on one side and the heat effect on the other side of this dark band.
    • temperature effect may be demonstrated on the red side, and on the
    • other side phosphorescence shows the presence of the chemically active
    • blossom disappears, violet shades off into infinity on one side and
    • meet with here. And considering the fact that the structure of the
    • the case, we have to assume that our spectrum, which we consider a
    • we consider light variation in our ordinary spectrum, but we have to
    • above (see arrow). From the lower side, the tendency to
    • ideas, outside of space, within myself as observer, of what is
    • outside of space. For my thoughts, resting on the forces of suction,
    • are outside of space. Here on one side of this line (see figure) I
    • refuse to consider them. Planck, the Berlin physicist, has made the
    • open to us, in view of the knowledge of modern physics, and consider
    • ether, therefore, is not to be considered as a material substance. But
    • effects of light take place, that we consider so little allied to the
    • such a case one leaves space entirely. This sort of consideration of
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    • you all that I wish to prove. Today, therefore, we will consider some
    • the other side that which we meet, so to speak, as the fluid nature in
    • seek to apply the answer to this question to our consideration of
    • non-transparent metals? This question must be considered and the
    • Note now, the warmth phenomena naturally are considered as belonging
    • consider these a little from our own point of view and see if we can
    • water in contact with the wall on one side holding it at a temperature
    • which in this case is 100░C. On the other side we place
    • Considering the entire phenomenon you will see that we have to do with
    • Now we have to take up another consideration of Fourrier's to draw
    • 20th century. So far I have taken into consideration only
    • my considerations in some way. I must bring in the differences that
    • That represents what takes place here. I will not consider the whole
    • consider what happens in these small portions, as over the entire
    • movement of heat. If this is considered for an instant of time, I must
    • multiply by dt, this being left out of account if I do not consider
    • In relation to this, I will ask you please to consider what we took up
    • end the chemical effects Now we have to consider the following.
    • in mind if we would orient ourselves. So when we consider W as a
    • positive quantity here (or we might consider it negative) then
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    • Now I would like to call your attention to something. When we consider
    • chemical spectra to the life forces and on the other side to
    • We may consider this as proven — it has been done times without
    • the other portions considerably weakened. From the previous course you
    • will remember that we have to consider this central portion as the
    • realms of light and chemical action. From our considerations taken in
    • the realm of gases and the x-realm. We need only consider what we have
    • through the air. Considering how the air relates itself in various
    • it the appearance it has, all this you must consider as soul and
    • they were within each other, not merely side by side, but actually
    • realm the region of ponderable matter, we obviously have to consider
    • entities, these considerations of ours are limited in their meaning by
    • general view over the phenomena we have considered and bring certain
    • runs in again here (indicating figure) on the other side, for we have
    • side, on the other side, there comes in that which re-establishes the
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    • consideration in connection with heat and the matter related to it.
    • Moreover, we considered yesterday very definite conditions
    • themselves there. Thus when we consider our terrestrial chemistry we
    • But now, you will readily see that when we consider these various
    • activities? Then it must happen, considering the matter simply from
    • assume that it works on the matter from the outside only, that it is a
    • attention to the acoustical side. What does acoustics matter to us
    • air outside of us. This must be looked upon as nonsense.
    • It is to be considered just as nonsensical as if we were to say the
    • we leave out the subject when we consider tone in its inner nature as
    • consideration of fluids and their boundary surfaces we are obliged to
    • body if we consider the earth as a whole.
    • happens on it, but by the other effects from all sides. If this were
    • considered as necessary for a real understanding, then we can see that
    • condition to that which we have considered as existing in radiating
    • and that which lies outside this condition constitutes our perception.
    • we consider tone. Insofar as we are tone, we cannot experience tone.
    • outside? People are encouraging schools, the Danish school movement is
    • People wish always to remain superficial, considering only what is
    • that the academic side has been renewed along the lines started in
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    • to take into consideration also the internal life of the
    • be gained outside the sphere of scientific experience.
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    • organism because we experience an existence outside our bodies in the
    • Besides that already described, the following soul-exercise helps
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    • be able to be in ourselves and outside ourselves in accordance with
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    • sequence after one another, but exist side by side. We see, however,
    • borrowed; they were considered new and original. Gradually it was
    • only outside the physical and etheric organism.
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    • described in the foregoing considerations, can give such a definition.
    • organization; and during sleep the experience of the soul is outside
    • arising spontaneously. One perceives the truth on the further side of
    • outside the body; and its inner life is an inner reflection of the
    • There are other experiences side by side with these. In this phase of
    • souls with which it had come into contact in earthly life. Considered
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    • soul gets ready to receive from outside that which before she
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    • as a Being from outside the earth, assumed mortal shape in the person
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    • continues to be kept side by side with the ‘imaginative’.
    • Anybody criticizing Anthroposophy from the outside should take note of
    • this. Imaginative knowledge has often been considered as leading to
    • constitution of the soul remains by its side consciously held in the
    • form-life during earthly existence, rises again on the other side to
    • consideration of the mysteries of Christianity.
    • Starting with this as a basis, we shall proceed to consider its
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    • differentiated inside the head-organization during the waking state.
    • Cosmos. The Cosmic-etheric act continues inside the human organization
    • and this continuation inside man is the etheric organism. Thus it is
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    • farther side, as it were; from the periphery of the cosmos. This
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    • of a child's head at the place that remains soft for a considerable
    • outside the child, surrounding the head, and was entirely primitive.
    • resides. So we see that what takes place in the microcosm, the little
    • upon the body from outside and was subsequently able Himself to pass
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    • from their very foundations will it be possible later on to consider
    • and we cannot struggle against the occult world with moral considerations.
    • other beings because happiness and suffering are felt outside
    • if an animal is wounded, the pain is situated inside its skin, as is
    • space is void of soul, black, but round about and outside it luminosity
    • previously as being the etheric body of the mineral outside it.
    • plant is inside the skin, the being is an animal. What hovers above the
    • of the earth, pain and happiness are experienced outside the plant itself.
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    • are to be found in the mineral world outside, interwoven with consummate
    • the three lower members there is considerable difference in that it
    • then outside his physical and etheric bodies. In the state of sleep
    • body and ego are outside. You may now ask whether it can be said that
    • what is outside man's body at night, namely, the astral body and
    • body, his astral body and his ego until he also lays aside his astral
    • body. He has now laid aside two corpses, and then he passes into the
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    • been laid aside, but all the urges and desires are present. An individual
    • and approach him in rays from all sides. Whoever becomes clairvoyant in
    • behavior; he experiences the other side of his own deeds. But not only has
    • in the cosmic ether, and now the astral corpse is laid aside. This astral
    • of the previous life outside his ego, his “I.”
    • to it; not so in Devachan. You are then outside the physical body but
    • the human being first lays aside the physical body, then the etheric
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    • way. When, after the period of kamaloka, the human being lays aside
    • Time factors come into consideration only insofar as the earthly
    • outside by other beings. Two different categories of beings participate
    • sides by the maternal sheath. At birth the human being thrusts away
    • everything that from outside is to become a formative influence on the
    • into consideration and carefully formulated until the time of the change
    • or fifteenth year. Then this sheath is cast aside and the astral body
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    • today to epochs in the remote past and consider matters relating to
    • considers it a veritable abomination when fire is regarded not merely
    • delineating it. To understand what this implies we must consider other
    • or stages only and we will consider seven such stages in the Saturn
    • side by side with those that consisted of physical body and etheric
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    • its forces worked upon Old Moon from outside. The subsequent
    • of the Sun from outside. After the separation, the three kingdoms on
    • bodies remain in the bed and his astral body is outside. Fundamentally
    • the sun and the moon now worked upon the earth from outside, maintaining
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    • upon man's astral body from every side and consequently the astral body
    • is they who on the one side make man free and on the other entice him
    • outside through his eyes. As a result of the luciferic influence man
    • from outside, deludes man to a certain extent, causing the external
    • from Atlantis made their way on the one side toward America, on the
    • to see into the spiritual world. Beside them were people who were preparing
    • where the initiate of the Mars Oracle resided, together with his pupils;
    • time. Today, too, there are on the one side the influential figures
    • magicians, working only with what is inorganic; on the other side, there
    • We will now turn to consider
    • He knew and taught that the world outside is not maya but the expression
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    • times of remote antiquity. Today, therefore, we will consider developments
    • the dead anything about the world this side of the threshold, these
    • We will now consider from
    • still another side the Mystery of Golgotha and the secret of the blood
    • preserved for some considerable time the connection with the spiritual
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    • on the one side and super-sensible truth on the other, a cleft arose,
    • lives according to external, physical considerations but rather on a
    • nationality and so forth. We will now consider more closely how karma
    • drawn upon its fountainhead. The great individualities who presided
    • humanity. To understand this better we will consider the principle
    • days and was as if dead. His etheric and astral bodies were outside his
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    • then, besides his Gospel, Goethe also produced a sort of secret
    • be too arid, too dry and cold to express the highest truths. Besides
    • was then considered worthy to have the highest truths communicated to
    • Alchemy had a Spiritual side, and knew that ordinary Alchemy was
    • side, and had really become Man, hence the Persians called one
    • grade, a man stood at the parting of the ways; he had then, besides
    • are two Lands, one on this side of the River, and the other beyond.
    • The unknown Ferryman conducts the man across from the far side into
    • ourselves placed in the world of sense, — on the hither side;
    • Will-o'-the-wisps proceed further on this side of the River,
    • On this side of the River he meets with the green Serpent, the symbol
    • relation, and say “We really are related on the side of light.”
    • bridge across to the far side. This giant is the crude mechanical
    • it should be ready to form the bridge from one side to the other; so
    • Besides this, the old woman is begged by the Will-o'-the-Wisps
    • considered himself worthy of recognizing the highest revelation in
    • soul-forces; the fourth King has nothing more to say, he subsides
    • profound thought — when man has laid aside everything belonging
    • side of the River, and we must experience it if the purpose of human
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    • Besides Herder, Jean Paul, Novalis and Lessing — Goethe steps
    • bodies. But at the same time they throw it from them on all sides.
    • on it. Besides this the way is also passable when at the noonday hour
    • side, for defence only, leaving the right hand free for well-doing.
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    • own period, which will still last for a considerable time, to the
    • sword into his side and a snake and a scorpion appeared. Above the
    • side a being soared with a lowered torch, on the other a being with a
    • sword into the side of the bull appeared as the immortal in man that
    • spirituality we call manas had awakened was considered to be a full
    • the word but considers the personality. The conviction prevailed that
    • the world, in a wisdom which, besides much else, streams from
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    • shall restrict our considerations today to those marvelous fire
    • place in nature at Christmas time that was considered a monument, a
    • consideration and not take what I say as mere fantasy.
    • the temples what happened in the outside world. This was the case in
    • earth's treasures of wisdom, awaits inside the earth the great moment
    • found as sure a path in his spirit as the sun outside in the universe,
    • longer considered to be a single individual human soul, but one that
    • When we consider such a human being with his soul ennobled in this
    • beings, whom we consider today to be the spirits of the universe, also
    • When we have connected our considerations with the Goethean words,
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    • present considerations.
    • Only those who know nothing of the fact that, besides the chemical and
    • Mysteries. This image represented the fact that alongside the physical
    • Mysteries were to experience that in death life resides, that out of
    • This lecture was delivered beside a lighted Christmas tree adorned
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    • aside, and we enter a world which lies behind this external veil. Just
    • considerations shall be such that we shall first describe simply the
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    • vision when the veil of the sense-world has been drawn aside.
    • the physical world to influence us morally, thereby drawing aside the
    • one also draws aside this further veil, described as the etheric body
    • if we draw aside the physical, we come certainly to a plurality, but
    • We have now, as it were drawn aside the second veil, the veil woven of
    • the nature-spirits. We might say that when we draw aside the first
    • body of the earth, to the nature-spirits, and we can then draw aside a
    • drew aside the sense-world as the outermost skin, and behind this we
    • cosmic space as a whole outside the planet; it adjusts the acts of the
    • planet does outside in space when it passes on its way in cosmic
    • human soul lives in the world of the earth side by side with other
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    • observed them from another side. It is always extremely difficult to
    • he diverts his gaze from outside, he enters his own inner being and
    • his own free will. When we consider man as he really is in the world
    • overcome what concerns himself alone. Let us consider for a single
    • different besides, in regard to this inner world. It is certainly our
    • egoistic inner life, we must lay aside even that coloring of inner
    • If we now consider this being independently, so that it has the
    • enfilling: if we consider this being which inspires us, as an
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    • considerations to-day, and must therefore link them to what has
    • out tentacles on all sides and drew us within the beings into which
    • Hierarchy we must distinguish their external side as a creating of
    • clairvoyance, we need only consider that which lives, not that which
    • appears to us lifeless. What lives comes into consideration, but what
    • and only see the forms, considering among the plants the multiplicity
    • besides the form in the beings around us in nature. We know indeed,
    • growing animal, at the growing man, we do not merely consider a form
    • It is still more difficult to consider a third category of such beings
    • of the Second Hierarchy. For we must consider neither the form as
    • chosen by way of comparison, because when we consider man in his
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    • present in our own inner life beside the other being. That is the
    • were, beside the other being. But even this last remains of egoistic
    • of pouring ourselves into the other being and standing beside it,
    • and lose the feeling that we are standing beside the other being. If
    • being as outside himself, so now at the higher stage of clairvoyance,
    • perceiving other beings in our spiritual environment besides those of
    • into the plant-world, considering it not merely according to its
    • from life. We will pursue the comparison just made. We will consider a
    • considering man we say: The most external part, the part perceptible
    • by means of an analogy. Let us consider a bee-hive or an ant-hill, and
    • already considered, beings having among their principles nothing which
    • as can only be found in analogy, in considering people with a rich
    • when we consider it thus do we conceive of the complete planet, as
    • will be considered more in detail in the following lectures, but
    • motion. Consider, for instance, that what we know to-day as the island
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    • IN our last lecture we tried to consider a planetary system in its
    • category beside the spirits of the Third Hierarchy, are called in
    • independent side to their nature. This concept can provide an
    • a consideration of the Spirits of Form, it will give us an idea of how
    • accurate to represent it thus. If you consider the planets —
    • Mars, Saturn or Jupiter for instance — which are outside in
    • with we will consider Saturn as the outermost. If we look at Saturn
    • with physical vision we find him outside in cosmic space, a sort of
    • 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
    • made evident by our previous considerations. They themselves determine
    • they ought to take up from outside, is brought to them from the Sun by
    • Now there is no great teacher outside, making the axis of the world
    • and that it is not necessary to consider anything else, as do the
    • senses is indeed, considered in its reality, something quite
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    • with the occult, esoteric, mystical consideration, to seek a way from
    • another side, namely, that which is connected with the ordinary
    • earlier lectures in considering this more external way, which starts
    • consciousness. Indeed, if as we have seen, we wish fully to consider
    • cosmic system as a sort of Council having its residence in the Sun;
    • consideration if, from the point of view of occultism, we further
    • contiguous substances; these he investigates side by side, comparing
    • consideration the fact that when we have before us a piece of
    • — not to mention the other organs. Thus, when we consider the
    • he goes through the gates of death, were not to lay aside his physical
    • consideration the occult forces at work in those forms; then,
    • planetary system. If we consider all the spiritual beings we have
    • of the system, we must then consider the totality of the planets as
    • system there is nothing besides that which we have now called corpse,
    • you consider human life upon the earth, you will admit that by means
    • side and appears again on the other. This is a conception of which,
    • side and disappear at the other, and when they reappear they have
    • system. In its journey towards the other side it draws this along with
    • more takes up the harmful matter and throws it out on the other side.
    • a planetary system from various sides, and can build further upon this
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    • how far what we considered yesterday relation to its parts, at least
    • Such an Angel-being would really see outside in the cosmos nothing of
    • We must go into these considerations, for only by so doing shall we
    • — by Mars, Mercury, Venus, or Jupiter. He must now consider these
    • well know, if you would only consider a little, that there is no
    • consider whether it is true or not, but you take that which is
    • Let us proceed to the consideration of the kingdoms of nature,
    • consider the animal, it is quite certain that we find the physical
    • the animal and in the plants. For instance he considered, and this is
    • which appears nearest to the sense-world as soon as one draws aside
    • the reverse is correct: namely the beings we are now considering, feel
    • plants are there, although there is much in it besides these. We,
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    • kingdom. We need only consider such facts as that man, comparatively
    • not to be sought upon the earth itself, but outside the earth in
    • not alike on all sides; for different forces work from the different
    • possible; and if you consider that to this must also be added the fact
    • from the other side he works qualifyingly when the earth is between
    • outside in cosmic space, amongst the planets. Just as, for instance, a
    • to our planetary system, but are outside our earth.
    • the Spirits of Motion have developed off-spring, besides carrying on
    • else besides this! Naturally, we shall now have to ask the question:
    • Now before we consider the process of human civilisation from another
    • Spirits of Wisdom. According to the whole spirit of our considerations
    • consider the plants on earth in relation to the Spirits of Wisdom on
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    • considered. We call to mind that we described the mineral kingdom by
    • consider the forms which we encounter, at any rate in most of the
    • planets which exist outside the earth. And we have shown that the
    • considering the group-egos of the animals we could say: In reality
    • all sides, do not create forms for the minerals, for those are created
    • group-souls of the animals — besides the main types, and
    • Venus, copper. With regard to Mercury we must take into consideration
    • Now if we wish to consider what belongs to the mineral kingdom as
    • In the whole sense of our past considerations it will be clear, that
    • Wisdom come into consideration. What thus works in the mineral is seen
    • by occult investigation as quite separate, outside the mineral; but it
    • the etheric body of the mineral, is pressed in from outside. Whereas
    • it from outside, not concentrated and held together inside as in man
    • and animal. If we consider the relation of the astral body of man to
    • is compressed together from outside by forces; thus in the mineral the
    • together astrally from outside, and indeed for the reason that it is
    • from outside by the forces proceeding from the sun, yet we cannot say
    • from two different sides, the one from the sun, the other from the
    • astral body of the minerals. We have, indeed, still to consider the
    • actually for the group-ego of the minerals outside the planetary
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    • priest-wisemen on the one side, and on the other, the great unfree
    • masses. We would find that those who presided over property were also
    • becomes necessary for man to take hold of what is outside and around
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    • so if we consider our times in terms of the whole of human evolution,
    • outside his ego, he was blissful and had direct experience with the
    • disciples may consider themselves blessed if they have to suffer
    • that those blessed with this new power of vision may not be considered
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    • And not only that, but when we consider all that surrounds us as
    • humanity. This is one consideration which shows us what strong
    • anthroposophical knowledge. This is only one side of the interest
    • which we bring to this problem; the other side of our interest comes
    • satisfied.” If we find on the one side a thirsting for
    • enlightenment about Christ, we find on the other side, among numerous
    • their value from an entirely different side.”
    • So if we consider the members of man in the light of the great
    • toward the outside. The force of ideals, the power of living himself
    • directly from spiritual worlds comes something which does not reside
    • Osiris, it becomes itself a sort of Osiris. The world outside has
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    • considerations culminated, I would like to say that out of them the
    • today we start by considering the third path to Christ, the path of
    • consider themselves “enlightened.” The philosophers of
    • human tribulation coming from outside, as illness and death, is there
    • consider human evolution, we see how much pain man has strewn over the
    • Let us consider in this light the death on Golgotha, which followed
    • remained behind. These Luciferic beings developed further, alongside
    • inside the whole human development. Had human evolution continued in
    • first completely ignore all that concerns man in this. Let us consider
    • Luciferic beings, and let us consider mankind as a creation of the
    • men, birth and death do not come into consideration. Lucifer also does
    • myth. Just yesterday we considered what feelings the Osiris-Set myth
    • incarnation had fought as a Trojan hero on the side of the Trojans. He
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    • is necessary to show how certain one-sided influences regarding
    • Beside Savonarola we can place another figure, quite different
    • considering allowing such a quarrelsome Dominican to preach as
    • could grasp various things, because things should be considered
    • from both sides. He had drawn Savonarola to Florence but
    • Savonarola went against the grain from the start in considering
    • monastery, he didn't even consider making the expected visit of
    • had cheered the Augustinian monk. He wasn't only considered a
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    • Learning to walk is something which, in an utterly one-sided manner,
    • Let us consider now the second stage, that of language. This is not so
    • consider the animal, which has its back parallel with the surface of
    • And when we consider language, idealism in one's disposition has the
    • consider what thus occurs to the human being, how through idealism in
    • When we consider thinking, conceiving, this is in relation, as I have
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    • is in great measure only outside occurrence, far less the history of
    • the human being are considered very little. Now, it must be borne in
    • time. For the present time, which, when we consider it as a long
    • alive. But one considers this entire thing in the right light only
    • You see that, if we consider in the same way the evolution of the
    • we saw the sun, but out of cosmic spaces, from the other side, as it
    • side, but the Christ was concealed from him: only through mystery
    • the human being can pass only outside the physical body, and had come
    • consider it at first as a mood — remained, contained alive
    • would have considered it utterly astonishing to speak of
    • all different sides. In the spiritual world everything is far richer;
    • sides as one has four Gospels. More and more arrived the time in which
    • Golgotha. We have now the historian Ranke, considered a distinguished
    • of Golgotha. Indeed, when we consider this fact, we are reminded of
    • being, who can be found in the spirit. We need not consider as
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    • considered today. Today the younger and the older generation speak
    • shall we accuse. But we shall consider how fundamentally souls
    • if, besides red and white blood corpuscles, thoughts, too, pulse
    • clearly expressed, it could be seen — on the one side there
    • they did not break through it. Besides, being cold in heart they did
    • not thaw the ice. The younger people stood side by side with the old,
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    • our aim will be most readily attained if we consider the main
    • fit them. Nothing fits! On the one side there is the riddle “plant”
    • could also show that a strong will is present on all sides, but
    • I have said here can be put in another way, by considering what would
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    • the present time when one considers the development of civilization
    • point of view it is childish. But now let us put aside the modern
    • very clever and the older one very phantastic, but if we consider the
    • identity when in sleep he was outside the physical body and in the
    • in sleep it was of a considerable “size” — not in
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    • Consider
    • brought Nietzsche to the conviction: I must resolutely put aside the
    • ideals I have evolved hitherto. And this putting aside all his ideals
    • For him there was nothing more important than to put aside the old
    • will always feel after a time that you must brush it aside. You will
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    • silenced. I therefore considered it essential to establish the
    • what the age, among many of its most eminent minds considered to be
    • opened his eyes in the morning. Outside he saw Nature around him, the
    • they may also be studied historically by considering external
    • us consider the moral intuitions of olden times. History has become
    • consider what was spoken of as moral intuition, we find that it did
    • coming to the soul from outside. And the further back we go the more
    • gift to his inner nature from some living divine being outside him.
    • had living experience of their truth, though as coming from outside
    • earlier times the outer man received moral impulses from outside. Now
    • considering another aspect. You see, as a preparation for
    • beholding and the kind of proofs necessary for the side issues are
    • good deal of philosophy and this lies outside the scope of our
    • should consider it a matter of course that the thinking which reached
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    • character of the age is considered as having to do with education.
    • must also consider: What will be the attitude of this young
    • They consider the world-riddle a system of questions that must be
    • outside, and the human being confronts this moral intuition in such a
    • outside opinions they say: “Yes, but if you try to found
    • once there. A youth movement in whatever form, if it considers life
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    • which must receive more careful consideration if we want to
    • getting inside such a soul, even if for the modern soul it is
    • enthusiasm: “We shall allow nothing to come to us from outside;
    • difficult to give ancient thoughts in a suitable form considering we
    • factors necessary for life that it was considered equal to perception
    • so there arises a tremendous question, which we shall be considering
    • refuse it, we refuse to receive anything from outside. We don't
    • infants. And so in the coming days we shall consider the question of
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    • about the turn of the nineteenth century, by considering the trend of
    • within. When we consider the externals of spiritual evolution,
    • consider the great difference here between the souls of the present
    • exists outside in the world and within the separate individuals. The
    • those souls who before the year 333 considered that in the
    • consider those actually fighting over the reality or unreality of
    • only of secondary importance and need not be considered further. I am
    • what their age considered of greatest value — in other respects
    • important thing is that side by side with all yearning expectation
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    • this is all upside-down, because what in earlier times was demanded
    • into all kinds of classes and distinctions. But putting that aside,
    • entirely apart from the personal only leads to the worst sides of the
    • teacher coming into play, and his good side is quite unable to unfold
    • as education is considered in the wider sense this question arises of
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    • maturity nor his experience comes into consideration; they only do so
    • in order to understand these things thoroughly we must consider from
    • considerable age, but no longer as in the old Indian epoch — in
    • rusty. He then receives stimuli only from outside, and through these
    • concepts to the impressions from outside, but lives within the free
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    • outside man's head, if I may so express myself, the desire to
    • comes from the world outside, and man is obliged to live, where his
    • meet the outside world. This again is something living in the
    • abstract reading — the village newspaper and much else besides!
    • life. Firstly, because the question is put one-sidedly, one gets a
    • one-sided answer; and secondly, the child should be educated for the
    • ourselves, we consider him a fine fellow; if he is not like
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    • consider soul and spirit in the abstract way that we do today, with a
    • were only willing to concentrate on what existed outside the world of
    • grows out of the head simply by being pushed from inside, whereas the
    • about what he considers right. But education does not allow itself to
    • saying, I ask you to consider from what vocation in life the word
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    • received from outside through mere observation.
    • from outside today, from external Nature observed by the senses. And
    • something is passed on from outside, something established
    • Consider
    • the dragon has become sternly objective; he meets us from outside and
    • consider the picture of the dragon; in olden times it had a prophetic
    • sincere, by no means honest, was the view that considered moral
    • now consider how infinitely difficult it is today not to be
    • considered a fool if one fights against what is regarded in modern
    • Nowadays the dragon encounters us from outside, threatening
    • Michael, or St. George, also comes from outside. And Michael, or St.
    • George, who comes from outside, who is able to conquer the dragon, is
    • kills man, and by the side of the dragon establish some special,
    • something alongside him. What man needs is the force that he can gain
    • called a dragon. But besides, the dragon meets us everywhere, whether
    • lot since the fifteenth century has come to him from outside. In the
    • were, from another side so that as teachers we know: All accumulation
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    • we consider the world as such, we have to deal not only with the
    • its entirety, we have always to consider these beings of the higher
    • the one which exists in the various kingdoms of the earth. Consider,
    • Let us now consider the beings directly above our human stage whom we
    • the Vulcan evolution. If we consider our own evolution as
    • considerations, we must say that the Spiritsof Form have reached the
    • we consider the eighth stage we find the Form Spirits.
    • existing side by side, but we must conceive of them as
    • live. Let us now carefully consider these two stages of evolution.
    • through us, have to regard as theirs. Let us now consider human
    • and consider man as having, on the one hand, that which belongs to the
    • Everything in which the head is rooted we would have to consider as
    • consider the fact that we live within a sphere which belongs to the
    • concepts. If we wish to consider our life under such influences, we
    • live. Considering their most external aspect, we may think of all
    • one-sidedly to fancy and over-enthusiasm, when we—if I may
    • as the second idea, important to our further considerations. The world
    • If you consider this whole matter you will have to say to yourselves:
    • scale-beam. Here the fulcrum; on the one side the scale pan with the
    • Luciferic element, pulling upward; on the other side the scale pan
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    • considerations. It is imperative for a sound development of the
    • committed the error of including on the side of evil all that we
    • about that the Luciferic element was shifted to the side of the Good;
    • at length. Today the human being is considered a single undivided
    • soul aspect he is considered a uniform being; from the bodily aspect
    • he is considered a uniform being. Yet you will have gathered from our
    • but for the moment let us consider it as a unity. If we make inquiry
    • We consider the human being in the right way only if we make the
    • In considering all this, we must at the same time mention that the
    • unconscious clairvoyance. If you consider the Old Testament you will
    • spite of its being still considered an important and essential truth
    • being, as I said, was considered a unity, also in a bodily respect.
    • head, while the animal came into existence side by side with it.
    • must bring it about that we do not consider on the one hand abstract
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    • belongs, we must only consider man in so far as he is a head-being. In
    • was a short time ago outside us? We are not thinkable as human beings
    • outside this atmosphere. But we have become accustomed to believe that
    • us now progress in our considerations to a sphere of practical import
    • fourth sphere of evolution. Besides this, we live in yet another
    • a moment and consider those beings which we always have called, in the
    • today considers his very own and which he prefers to employ. Yet, man
    • historic evolution. Alongside of them, much else has been developed in
    • our intelligence is still considered by many people the most
    • deception in so far as we consider something a reality which merely
    • extreme case, with man. Let us consider man in regard to his external
    • today the inclination in human beings to see an ideal in the one-sided
    • into Luciferic channels. Just as there is no one-sided progressive
    • so likewise there exists no one-sided beauty in the real world. The
    • within reality; then we do not exist within a one-sided Luciferic or
    • one-sidedly to the cultivation of beauty, for mankind at that time had
    • themselves about man himself, as long as they consider man to be
    • My dear friends, if you were to go to our building lot outside and
    • considered thought itself to be something real. We may imagine that we
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    • IN PURSUANCE of the considerations I placed before you in the lectures
    • evolution unfolded we can do so best by considering and arranging the
    • today. Historical considerations can no longer see these things in
    • their proper light, for our historical considerations do not reach
    • We shall only gain a complete understanding of this placing, side by
    • side, of an end and a beginning if we observe the evolution of mankind
    • an answer to this question if we consider the following:
    • the square of the two other sides of the right-angled triangle knows
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    • consideration the transformation of the soul constitutions of human
    • considered a stream of causes and effects determining one another.
    • have to consider man as consisting of body and soul, if we ascribe any
    • philosophers who consider themselves unbiased in their belief that man
    • thought of considering omnipotence as a fundamental quality of the
    • Wisdom was considered the fundamental attribute of the Divine Being. The concept of Omnipotence only gradually penetrated the idea of the Divine Being, from the fourth century onward. It continued to develop. The concept of personality was abandoned and the predicate was transmitted to the mere order of nature, which is conceived of more and more mechanically. And the modern concept of the necessity of nature, the omnipotence of nature, is nothing but the result of the evolution of the concept of God from the fourth to the sixteenth century. Only, the qualities of personality were abandoned and that which constituted the concept of God was taken over into the structure of thinking about nature.
    • they are thinking without prejudice about man by considering him as
    • speak of present mankind, we may consider the evolution of mankind
    • Our own evolution, of course, went on alongside all this, by way of
    • conditions upon the ancient Moon. But alongside these
    • taken into consideration by the Angeloi. Especially during the
    • dear friends, as long as one does not take into consideration these
    • into consideration what today is called magnetism, electricity, and so
    • taking these beings into consideration. And these beings, who are, as
    • to think at all about man, not to take him into consideration at all.
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    • if one considers how different is the position of the head
    • that there is something in man whereby Providence that is outside in
    • nature and Providence that is inside in man meet one another.
    • People said: If a tree is shaking, this is the God outside, and if I
    • move my arm, it is the God inside; if I inhale the air, work it over
    • within me, and again exhale it, then it is the God from outside who
    • as being outside and inside, but simultaneously, in one point, outside
    • and inside; people said to themselves: By being a breathing being, I
    • am a being of nature outside and at the same time I am myself.
    • outside, on the other hand, human existence, crossing over into the
    • outside-inside, of nature existence and human existence. Man begins to
    • What man has in common with nature remains outside his consciousness.
    • as that in which one existed outside and inside simultaneously. The
    • am now saying. For just consider what it means that reality itself, in
    • takes place a soul process from the outside toward the inside, which
    • that the two processes overlap. From outside, cosmic thoughts work
    • into us, from inside, humanity's will works outward. Humanity's
    • ensouled; we must arouse this ability in us when we consider light the
    • to erect, on the right and left side of the tracks, high plank walls
    • We can see the signs for this on all sides. The creeds who wish to
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    • the foundation for our subsequent spiritual-scientific considerations.
    • another part continues to sleep even though we consider ourselves to
    • You know, however, that besides perception and thinking, our soul life
    • Today these facts are considered extremely grotesque by the great
    • want to say more about this. People consider and write history with
    • among the European peoples in the future. They will, however, consider
    • all to take any stand in regard to it. For just consider the
    • we must realize that besides sleeping, waking and dreaming, we have
    • and cold concepts, but recall a moment when we grew warm at his side,
    • take on a still more definite shape if we consider the following
    • considerations to the dead themselves. Since the relation to a person
    • consideration that the child has remained with us, that he lives with
    • From this you see, my dear friends, that, properly considered,
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    • people who consider themselves spiritually developed believe that our
    • Well, my dear friends, consider the natural-scientific world
    • must consider these opposing spirits.
    • died since, one can indeed see how these things are considered from
    • the other side, as it were. One is then in a position to correct much
    • If we consider the year 1879, we can proceed to 1880, or we can go
    • motion, the scale-beam descending first on the right side, and then on
    • possibilities, then the scale-beam sinks to the other side. What could
    • Now let us consider the following: We can learn a great deal if we
    • body from outside; he sees the transition it passes through; he sees
    • similarity: the departed one perceives from the other side the
    • they are shocked. This is comprehensible; for, if what they consider
    • consistent, must consider Socrates an also Plato idiots.
    • within their souls. It is very important to consider this as a demand
    • He knows that in the souls there live side by side the modern
    • the scales on the other side. — What I am saying here might be
    • considered a criticism of our age, but this is not my intention. My
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    • or psychoanalysis. And various considerations connected
    • considerations with what is offered by the moving forces of our
    • consideration by inadequate methods of knowledge. This is
    • us consider a few excerpts from the research magazine of the
    • besides what he was as a physician. He was interested to
    • and besides all this, forgetfulness of the usual language of
    • this was beside her father's sick bed.
    • her father's bedside, and to have had an effect upon the soul
    • girls had sat beside a father's sickbed with equally deep
    • on the sidewalk. (I do not know if you have noticed this). As
    • right and left on to the sidewalks, with the exception of this
    • one woman whom we are considering. She ran along the
    • instead of turning aside — all this as an after-effect of
    • sexual theory. He considered that sexuality entered into
    • side, and decided that this side is more important than the one
    • draws back from an object, or halts before it and considers.
    • a very dangerous side, because so much is not taken into
    • consideration. In the subconscious mind itself there is a
    • take into consideration everything with which he has come
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    • spiritual science, and how on the other side, subconscious
    • consideration of the facts. Yesterday I showed you by definite
    • Consider this case. We can at least raise the question: What
    • extended consideration of the many peculiarities of human
    • and willing beside each other, so that they can affect each
    • act as a unity. That must be taken into consideration, and if
    • now we are considering the relation of the ego to the
    • left). Then thinking swerves aside (yellow, left), mingles with
    • sphere of feeling or of will. Instead of working side by side,
    • feeling, and willing have swung to the opposite side, away from
    • cause thinking to leave its track alongside of feeling and to
    • told you yesterday that many things must be considered from
    • should this be? Consider the fact that thinking slips down into
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    • physical body with what is outside it during sleep, and his
    • present itself objectively, as if it were in the outside
    • us consider a striking example: Let us assume that
    • something outside the personality. The vision pretends to say:
    • another. The visions are both outside ourselves; one is perhaps
    • we looked into the physical world and saw besides ordinary
    • trees stood side by side. If we run against phantasy-trees they
    • in the outside world which strike us as blows of fate, we can
    • itself to outer happenings, to consider them. Exactly the
    • into that which is here considered. And when we have come to
    • unjust — walk here side by side, the sun cannot shine
    • do natural and spiritual law go side by side. Between death and
    • spiritual laws can be considered, a world in which, with other
    • consider these peculiarities which differ so radically
    • the physical world natural and spiritual law run side by side
    • the three characteristics, and if you consider them
    • outside of all sensation, their meeting places become
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    • have considered what may be called the human organization from
    • ordinary consciousness, differ considerably from those confined
    • of the physical body. We must consider here as enclosed between
    • clairvoyance is directed at an outside object, the sight
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    • limb organization, which we consider as one because man's
    • individually shaped head. If we consider the forces which
    • consider these forces, we find them to be those of the
    • organism, and if we consider what we possess as a
    • lays the liver beside the lungs upon the dissecting table and
    • we study this thoroughly we come at last to consider the human
    • know that the inside of the lungs comes into activity through
    • another. This is the point to be considered.
    • from the kidneys. If we consider lung or liver reflections we
    • If we look at them more from the outside, we must
    • said that a figurative description from the human side might
    • you see anything if you merely consider the fact that a woman
    • originate in the lungs. (This is of course to be considered in
    • and I should like to close these considerations by
    • consideration only the forces which formed the earth out of the
    • consider mankind. It does not occur to them to seek in any
    • Consider it in this way: the world process comes to an end,
    • ensues are always within the human being himself, inside his
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    • Let us consider an old Hebrew initiate. Although initiation was not so
    • in the spiritual worlds — than by taking into consideration the
    • evolution. If we want to grasp it from another side, we can say: That
    • consider how many people there are in our time who make any idea at
    • What is spoken today outside in the world is a speech which is only
    • considerations of today are forms quite incomprehensible to the
    • consider in what one can call the mode of thinking, the method of
    • representation. It is even more important to consider it there than in
    • anthroposophical considerations, even if they appear apparently
    • which man on the one side as a quite individual being has acquired,
    • of the depths of our knowledge, we will consider something on Tuesday
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    • considerations concerning the Gospels belonged to the latter. Not
    • photographs a nosegay from one side — he thus gets a certain
    • photographs it from another side. The picture is quite different. He
    • And if the nosegay is photographed from four sides, then the four
    • the four sides, do we then get a complete idea of the events of
    • four sides. For this event is so great, that one cannot understand it,
    • if it is only described from one side. We must be thankful that we
    • have four Gospels, which describe this great event from four sides. We
    • develop. Similarly this power of considering the world through the
    • if we consider the following.
    • within. I turn my gaze away from outside, and the God becomes present
    • by another. I will combine the things outside with each other, and
    • a revelation from outside, through a revelation which speaks through
    • give mankind that which came as revelation from outside, in contrast
    • its formations to the revelations from outside, just as earlier the
    • turned their gaze from outside, for what revealed itself in the
    • it could see the right combinations there outside. That wonderful
    • as a gift from outside — not as something which shines in my
    • from outside that which I have to bring to the world. That is
    • something given to him from outside, in contrast to the old
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    • In the course of years, considerations have been brought forward in
    • considerations, on the three gospels, to let appear before our
    • from three different sides, as it were, in three varying ways. And
    • perhaps these considerations have proved adapted to lay in our souls
    • his own side, just as one copies or photographs something external
    • different sides, so through a combination of what results, through
    • consider the great event of Palestine from one special side. From a
    • side which we can call at the same time the opening of the highest
    • human, occult and other aims, and beside this highest human principle,
    • side it is the John Gospel which gives us an insight into the great
    • there lay more the description, the portraying of what is outside. One
    • yet forceful enough to get, from its side, any illumination from the
    • conditions in a quite one-sided way. And so, John the Baptist, in
    • in mind, we must consider the opposite path, on the other side: from
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    • considerations, and to go more deeply into them. To-day,
    • considerations.
    • recent epoch clearly inclines on the one side to a dualistic
    • him, and his outlook; and we can then consider other
    • nor Descartes took into consideration. I have spoken of this
    • the great secret of Birth and Death. That is considered by
    • this in recent lectures). They consider that those secrete
    • Sun-life. Only we must consider this Sun-life Spiritually, as
    • from morning till evening the Sun shines outside in the life of
    • gives itself, that we do not take into consideration the fact
    • through the various positive Sciences is considered by Comte as
    • itself he still considers as the highest development of the
    • to him out of history. He considered the clothing very good;
    • Augustine on the one side, Auguste Comte on the other.
    • starting point for our considerations for the next days
    • this at the conclusion of these considerations, because I
    • consideration of what I have told you, I will simply put
    • it is important not to consider the life of these World-views
    • takes what Auguste Comte considers as a starting point for his
    • as a one-sided radical dogma to be applied very roughly with
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    • shadowy side of his Ego and Astral body; and that he cannot
    • considered the phenomena of nature as brought about by this or
    • of Nature and his own ideals appear to him side by side, but he
    • external nature outside him as presented to his sense-organs in
    • structures of social order than those worked from outside. The
    • an anachronism, he must consider other social structures. To
    • connected with the things we are now considering. Yesterday I
    • spoke of Auguste Comte and Saint-Simon. Both consider
    • one side stand directly on the basis of the most Ahrimanic
    • happiness could exist side by side,” to which the
    • alongside it, for in Auguste Comte and Saint-Simon we find an
    • extraordinary mysticism appearing side by side with their
    • opposition from the side of Spiritualism against the
    • that Idealism, Mysticism and Positivism must develop side by
    • side. Whereas in England within the British nature, things must
    • develop more and more so, that, from the side of their
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    • remained loyal to Zeus during these events. They fought side by side
    • side by side in the fifth root-race. The Manas-thinking will gradually
    • These are the seven occult, relationships. In considering them we have
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    • between the hindrances on either side — Scylla-Manas and
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    • fights at his side, and is glad that she becomes Gunther's wife. Now
    • side Hagen of Trony, who dwells at the court. We can recognise the
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    • the outside, and were not themselves initiated, feared the betrayal of
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    • Let us consider the
    • etheric body that is especially relevant in this consideration. You
    • considerations we see how matters stand with regard to the real
    • do because he considers it an ingenious picture. The occultist bases
    • the stars are hovering. This is usually considered to be a contrived
    • idea of this if you follow me into the following consideration, which
    • consideration. Everyone who has occupied himself for some time with
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    • Let us now consider
    • has been preserved for us in a peculiar being that, when considered
    • considerations how deeply symbols and occult signs are connected with
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    • occupy ourselves with a consideration of what is called the symbolism
    • things would have to be considered. Anyway, you will receive at least
    • if it is believed that, through a consideration of numbers, it is
    • must be our starting point. Later, in considering the other numbers,
    • fruitful if we first consider the other numbers.
    • considered various conditions that a man experienced before he became
    • outside, that he broke off pieces of this body and added new ones, so
    • necessary not only that he direct his body from the outside, that he
    • himself from outside, but he also had to slip into this body,
    • outside. But something else was also there — intellectual life
    • considered yesterday, how thoughts are creative, how they can ennoble
    • triad that is to be met at every turn. Then we consider the numerical
    • evil. This will become clear to us if we again consider human beings.
    • outside world, but people are unaware of it, and our present
    • can be considered in this way. Actually, there is justification for
    • day, he will take these periods into account and consider what had
    • again to the number one. Because we have considered other numbers,
    • on the left side 1, and on the right side 2, but now you have
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    • necessary to consider the development of the world from the occult
    • letters, and men are the words that are composed from them. Outside,
    • microcosmos. Outside, everything exists separately. In men it is
    • seals are just what we are considering here, and they will be
    • ceased to exist in their present forms. What is now outside in the
    • counter-dimensions to these three outside dimensions of the physical
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    • Consider what the situation then was. In the centres of knowledge,
    • universe. Outside where the physical eye was growing always sharper,
    • Mythology. But this consideration will make clear to us how through
    • exoterically and its spiritual side less seen, the more it has been
    • one side of the Moon, and on the other side of the Mysteries of the
    • known. Thus there was on the one side a science of matter, which
    • side, there was a spiritual life which spoke of Angels and
    • to realise the other, the spiritual side of knowledge. This will he
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    • this was considered (by that ancient spiritual science) to be the
    • were considered by that very ancient teaching, which can still be
    • was called air. Fire was considered the fourth element. Those of you
    • Here we find something which modern science does not consider
    • has, so to speak, two sides to it. An outer, which it shows when we
    • warmth has an inner and an outward side. Therefore both ancient and
    • In this way, spiritual science always considered
    • fire as the link between the outer material world on the one side,
    • from outside, one opens it and can observe it from within. Such is
    • becomes acquainted with fire, which streams towards us from outside
    • inside the portal, one has entered into the realm of the soul. Thus
    • are born simultaneously light on the one side, smoke on the other.’
    • one side light appear, which is outwardly imperceptible and which is
    • becomes differentiated, how it divides. On one side it divides itself
    • one-sided comes forth in the world. Everything that exists has two
    • sides to it. When light is produced through warmth, then turbid, dark
    • matter appears on the other side. That is the teaching of primeval
    • But the process we have just described is only the outer side, the
    • we do is also of importance for the spiritual world. Let us consider
    • are only considered in the right way when one says to oneself: ‘No
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    • Angels to-day, if one considers it from the point of view of
    • yesterday that warmth has, so to speak, two sides to it. One side is
    • external, more realisable from outside. If you had undertaken your
    • felt yourself warm inside; you would have said, ‘I feel
    • can imagine the experience you would have had, if you consider the
    • from outside. The inner warmth would have gradually changed to warmth
    • crust. If you could have seen it from outside, it would have looked
    • gradually on Saturn: inner warmth, and along side of it outer warmth
    • care of itself, as it were; they left it outside. Now why did they do
    • differentiate yourself as ‘I’ from what is outside you.
    • had not left something outside that could offer resistance to them.
    • ‘There is another outside of me, I differentiate myself from
    • through having pushed a part of the Saturn essence outside into an
    • allow something to stream out of me, and leave it outside, so that I
    • light on one side, and into smoke on the other. In the reborn Saturn
    • have called it on one side; and on the other side appeared light,
    • the other side light! If traveling through space you had now reached
    • felt not only warmth but wind, air, gas, streaming from all sides.
    • side they cause that gas to turn into light; they shed abroad light
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    • When considering the conditions of Saturn which are still transparent
    • element of warmth condensed on the one side to smoke, or to gas, so
    • that the sun became a ball of gas, and that on the other side the gas
    • outside in the Universe always more and more, they remained longer
    • all sides of that ancient Sun ball, they spread out their presence,
    • that the Cherubim made their approach from four sides, in forms
    • approaching the Ancient Sun on four sides, were given names, which
    • space, and the four kinds of Cherubim, coming from four sides to meet
    • all sides of Space: the Zodiac or Animal Circle. That is the primeval
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    • and consider their action and influence from still another point of
    • In the ancient Moon we have the first heavenly body, which is outside
    • Hierarchy we have just been considering. The Beings of the Second
    • the Dominions, Mights, and Potentates? We must look for them inside
    • the Spirits of Wisdom, Motion and Form, inside Saturn. Inside ancient
    • spiritual Beings operating inside the Saturn substance.
    • to happen inside it? We have just enumerated them.
    • systems, work from outside. Inside are Beings of less maturity, who
    • minds when we spoke of the shapes of warmth formed inside Saturn.
    • has to be so regulated that it corresponds with what is outside. What
    • inside Saturn hold, as it were, the highest command, the latter
    • Thus the Dominions or Spirits of Wisdom are the directors inside
    • inwards from outside and who originally pressed together the mighty
    • Thus, we see, when we consider the actions of the divine spiritual
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    • point of view of the Ptolemaic. Let us consider that the Sun stands
    • chosen, when the Earth, Mercury and Venus are on the one side of the
    • Sun, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, the other planets, on its other side.
    • Venus, on the one side, and on the other side, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn.
    • the time came when men considered the order and regulation of the
    • of a spiritual point of view. Only through taking into consideration
    • particular globe along side the ancient Moon; it is now near the
    • to-morrow we shall have to consider the nature of the sons of Mercury
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    • to do with that which concerns us here. It will be considered later
    • To-day we shall consider more in detail the nature of those members
    • consideration of the nature of the members of the higher Hierarchies.
    • in reality it ought to have been drawn inside the astral body. In the
    • when we consider man in his perfected state, which he will attain in
    • physical body in a piece of water or the like, and we consider that
    • correct — that when a man dies, he lays aside his physical body
    • to now we have considered only as boundary marks, and then we shall
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    • because facts appear in a different way when they are considered from
    • one side or from another. To use a comparison — a tree you are
    • painting from one side will appear different when you paint it from
    • the other side, yet it will still be the same tree. It is the same
    • them from different sides. Certainly, if one starts with one or two
    • point is whether one considers the things in their living functions
    • consider in the study of spiritual science. For we do not look on the
    • world globes in the way they are considered to-day as lumps of matter
    • material globes. We consider them in their living soul and spirit
    • existence, in other words, we consider them in their completeness.
    • Thus in this completeness we have to consider that which we call, in
    • consider those separate constellations as such signs. They are
    • are concerned, came into action on both sides. We have shown that, in
    • or Spirits of Wisdom. These are active in the interior; from outside,
    • conjoint action of the Beings inside, and outside Saturn. It was said
    • radiating into it from outside, but as if holding itself back. It is
    • as if the soul's warmth radiated from outside, but held itself
    • Now let us consider that point at which all those globes came to a
    • Crab.’ It lies on one side of the Lion. The other regions of
    • circumference. Because it has shrunk it has grown denser; inside the
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    • That which we have been considering to-day as the movements of
    • reason for his being symmetrically built on two sides, arose while
    • you might consider it a descending one for it is a process of
    • concerned. The spirits who are assigned to it have to consider at
    • Saturn development, and we have to take into consideration what had
    • world, not without its having brought about considerable mischief if
    • consider the nature of the Angels, for instance, do we see in them
    • our considerations must be dedicated to this question: What is the
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    • consideration will give you an idea of what that future will be like:
    • spiritually considered. Leonardo da Vinci has risen higher through
    • man takes with him away from the earth, we are considering the earth
    • Let us now consider this further development of matter, and with this
    • the centre from all sides. And now I say — be it understood
    • disappears. It does not get pushed over to its other side, it
    • and from outside it returns again. But it returns in such a way that
    • side, its material particles having disappeared in the centre.
    • planet is ever lost, it all comes back again from the other side.
    • Saturn development, we must place outside, beyond the Zodiac.
    • to understand, because it is in the habit of considering matter only,
    • and because it is not in the habit of conceiving that outside of
    • seen until it returns again from the other side into the space of
    • outside three dimensional space.
    • system are developing further, so also are the Beings outside our
    • of the Beings who were outside in universal spaces; some of these
    • therefore, all that lies outside our circle was generically called
    • day consider as having the same significance as the other planets
    • have found their places of habitation outside our world. We shall
    • judgment, consideration, does not exist in the sphere of those
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    • consider the wisdom of the Eastern world, that is to say humanity's treasures
    • the super-sensible worlds, to consider only ancient, historical
    • which man is outside the instrument of his physical body, viz. the
    • Let us now consider two cases.
    • outside our physical and etheric bodies for at least a certain time
    • consider the result. It is not difficult to imagine, from what has
    • upside down of his sphere of interests. For ordinary life provides
    • to ascend into the higher worlds, cultivate the other side of our
    • feels itself cramped on all sides by the scabbard, while man, when he
    • might break on all sides through the limits of his physical body, as
    • preparation of which we have spoken; what should we be when, outside
    • who live in the elements. For let us consider our physical
    • the earth forces which — considered physically for the moment —
    • freedom inside one's ordinary personality, like that of a sword in
    • its sheath; the feeling of being outside the physical body, as if the
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    • place with considerable suddenness. Just as in the plant there is a
    • life of humanity becomes intelligible only when considered from this
    • considering evolution, or becoming.
    • will leave-out of consideration the first separation occurring during
    • and upon it a male-female human being, having on its right side the
    • symbol of the sun and upon its left side the symbol of the moon, and
    • is a harmonious unity if considered in its fundamentals. Starting
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    • substances; we must realise, in considering the beginnings of the
    • result of which that progress came to pass. We have first to consider
    • outside it were the sun and the moon, the spiritual kingdoms of Zeus
    • now pass on to another consideration. Suppose we take this being
    • trivial example, suppose we consider a man in the fortieth year of
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    • powers residing in the West, we must consider the origin and
    • very simple analogy will show that this is the case. Consider a
    • stream of influences from outside has to be introduced in order that
    • certain definite point of cultural evolution, a side influence must
    • Consider the Egyptian Osiris. Osiris is the divinity found by man on
    • us now consider Greek sculpture. When a Greek sculptor wished to
    • Christ who was drawn from outside as an objective Being into the
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    • other side, of the kingly spiritual being behind the sun in order
    • wonder that side by side with such mysteries and such racial gods
    • contemporaneously — a region where on the one side the
    • two divine spiritual worlds are side by side. In ancient India they
    • and the earth from outside could incarnate. And Zarathustra took upon
    • far as our cycle of evolution is concerned? To consider all those
    • that Tat and Brahman, streaming to the soul from two sides, were an
    • side, a Dionysos — a Luciferic being — incarnated as a
    • through a new influx of the Luciferic principle. Let us consider an
    • human soul, dwelt side by side in ancient times, one to be found in
    • approached the earth from two different sides; Lucifer became
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    • for the organisation of the physical body reside, all those forces
    • physical body from outside. Later these forces drew within the space
    • outside the physical body, currents were perpetually pouring into
    • that the etheric body drew more and more inside the physical body and
    • because it had become accustomed to consider true only what could be
    • entirely in the physical body, but was still outside and received the
    • Luciferic influence through the portion that still was outside, was
    • partly outside it. If the etheric body is left empty it cannot react
    • certain forces into the physical body from outside? Suppose man's
    • stream in from outside, while the Christ will dwell within. The human
    • Organisation must again be influenced from two sides. The old Indian
    • realised on the one side ‘That thou art,’ and on the
    • other side ‘I am the all’ and knew that the world which
    • he saw outside was the same as that within. In ancient Indian times
    • side. There is no such thing as an evolution which proceeds along a
    • moves just as does the air outside. But the realistic thinker sees a
    • detect what moves outside. It can easily be proved that something
    • really does move outside — as far as the ear is concerned —
    • differences between the realms of the various senses. If we consider
    • sense, from outside (I admit that this happens in incorrect
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    • sometimes from one side and sometimes from another. Just as it is
    • correct to describe a leaf first from the upper side and then from
    • also consider the evolution of our earth and of the world in general
    • our earth from outside; that after the withdrawal of the sun from the
    • things we have been considering in the preceding chapters. We shall
    • define the beings as gods to be found outside in the heavens and gods
    • other side of the veil of the soul-world; for if he was led along the
    • consideration the fact that the reality is infinitely deeper than men
    • sides through his skin, as it were; and how through this he was able
    • outside the physical body than is the case today. The old Indian
    • St. John.’ But if we consider the manner in which that Gospel
    • from outside, and on the other the manifestation from within. This is
    • civilisations. There we have on the one side not only the path of the
    • Indian felt: ‘Whether on the one side I go outwards or on the
    • other side I go within, I come to the unity.’ The Persian, in
    • human soul are only the shadow-reflections of realities; outside in
    • extent outside the physical body no longer obtained in the humanity
    • mysteries of Mithras. On the one side therefore we have the god
    • name. For on the one side we have throughout this epoch of
    • of peoples who form the Chaldaic element; on the other side we have
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    • side through the complicated relations of time, and on the other
    • number seven as a basis. Let us for instance consider the
    • earth at a certain point of time, but from outside, from space.
    • which goes on side by side, which co-exists. Brothers live side by
    • side, they co-exist. Parents, children and grandchildren live after
    • that that which is side by side, which co-exists in space enters a
    • living side by side and at the same time — the relationship of
    • see the prototypes of man living side by side, co-existing in space.
    • encompass all that exists side by side in space, will enter social
    • consider universal space in an abstract sense, but really relate
    • which considered in themselves and without reference to their effects
    • In order to obtain the correct conception, we must consider the
    • considers its real nature — not an abstraction, but something
    • first centuries after the Christ event, who considers that which was
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    • keep pace, whose standpoint is anthropology, consider theosophy an
    • This old theosophy, which considers revelation a thing
    • by the side of theosophy.
    • conditions. Consider, for example, the human heart. True, as
    • therefore these that anthroposophy must consider first. Let the study
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    • we have considered three senses, passing outward from within, and the
    • mean nothing to sound thinking. Somebody would have to be inside to
    • We learned that really a kind of thinking resides in the sentient
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    • that pushes aside this harmonic series as though with tentacles. If
    • not only to push back what is outside, but also, when there is no
    • outside us we see, but not what is within us. Nobody has seen his own
    • substantiated on all sides.
    • Let us further consider the portion of the human being
    • currents, streaming from all sides, are held down from above, and
    • consider all that the human heart achieves — the co-operation
    • not in another. We have considered the various currents in the human
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    • occurred, the physical body would have remained lopsided,
    • body were to be formed, not into a lopsided but into a symmetrical
    • You might ask why it is that this other side of the physical body,
    • the opposite side. That is why human thinking takes place wholly
    • thoughts concerning the wisdom of the outside world, but his thoughts
    • In contrast, we will now consider material research, the
    • physical body. This current exists outside us as well; it was present
    • the tendency to solidify the earth. This explains the lopsidedness,
    • of it as comes into consideration — moved eastward, but pure
    • In order to answer this question we will first consider
    • In such considerations we find the means for comprehending all cultural
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    • will come to meet us, as it were. A variety of considerations will
    • We will consider the realms of the true, the good and. the
    • and we will consider phenomena of our daily life, such as the origin
    • of the soul life calls for consideration of the adjacent realms.
    • the one side with the bodily life and on the other with the spiritual
    • within as well. Thus far we have considered the soul life as it is
    • be found streaming into our soul lives. Into one side of it flows
    • desire, manifesting itself in love and hate. On the other side the
    • sense experiences is as a rule pursued in a lopsided manner. Science
    • What does that prove? If you consider the immediate
    • But then we must consider the following. If what I have
    • appears in your soul life, and side by side with this appears
    • If we consider what the soul life ordinarily comprises,
    • outside the anthroposophical movement, there are some who point out
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    • from a quite abstract consideration of this contrast we can learn
    • considered if you would visualize from another angle how these
    • deal. Such considerations are far more important than is generally
    • different from the one obtaining in the world process outside. As a
    • too, you use a verb to express sense perception, but consider what a
    • itself on all sides, something surging to this boundary and there
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    • found in the soul. They arise at the portals of the senses. Consider
    • If we now consider what is to be observed only within the soul,
    • senses?” When you consider that the soul, as experience
    • receives a seal imprint, as it were, from the other side. When I
    • the wax, but rather, you must consider the point at issue: the crest
    • further till you do find them. Taking reasoning capacity as one side
    • outside the soul life. Both desires and judgments enter the soul life
    • Considered by itself, the character of our desires
    • outside the soul. Then you will appreciate the difference between the
    • artistic considerations can it happen that desire flows to the
    • In this connection we must also give due consideration
    • life we find on all sides a surging differentiated will: desire;
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    • interest awakened by love and hate, and reasoning. Aside from these
    • encounter of the two streams, and considering that the present moment
    • from the other side is thereby held back in such a manner as to make
    • Such considerations can show you that actually your ego
    • forward in the etheric body is illuminated from the other side by the
    • ego visualization leads to a conception of the ego, but aside from
    • enter the soul life from the other side. This is conclusive evidence
    • the ego appears from the other side and acts in the same way.
    • usage of speech expresses this coming from the other side by
    • in the other direction toward the physical side. Furthermore,
    • however, failed to enter from the other side; the fructifying element
    • something came to meet them from the spiritual side.
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    • Outside the circle of spiritual science, as you know,
    • considering the work of the most important investigator of the soul.
    • consider the book and its fate extraordinarily symptomatic of our
    • answer the problem of what comprises the soul when considered wholly
    • Let us consider, as an illustration, the two extreme
    • Consider that what Aristotle sets up as the prerequisite
    • be considered in studying Brentano's conclusions about Aristotle,
    • specifically spiritual tie comes into consideration, other than the
    • Aristotle considers a physical incarnation important, one of the aims
    • Now consider this strange arrangement made by the God,
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    • include a consideration of what contemporary science has to say about
    • anyway, hence we must seriously consider the question why this can be
    • have come, therefore, from the other side. Thus, the fact of the
    • the other side, a frame of mind through which alone error can have
    • become manifest later in these lectures — that side by side
    • considered capable of solving all sorts of psychological problems, it
    • their upper parts, the souls, protruding and gesticulating. Consider
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    • pointed out that modern science really gathers from all sides certain
    • conquered. Then, by the side of this conception we place the other:
    • imagination is that the parts that in sleep are outside the physical
    • this, something external as well, lies by no means outside the circle
    • the other side into an externality, but into a quite different kind
    • worked from the outside by springs or the like, that would produce
    • the will? Another reality as well, the one that is outside us, would
    • consider that as representing one side of our soul life, strictly
    • standing dynamically side by side, so to speak, but to start
    • laterally on the side of imagination and on that of intuition, but it
    • is closed on the side where we encounter the impact, as it were, of
    • that is to penetrate our consciousness. Let us consider this more
    • Well, we found it first on the side of the emotions, but there,
    • on the side of the emotions, not on the side of visualization. It is
    • visualizations. Intuition, however, is to be found on the side of the
    • proceed more from the other side, must try to develop imagination, to
    • spiritual world on the other side of his soul life, as it were. I
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    • entered this imaginative world. Considered purely in appearance, this
    • tend to consider their individuality so important, the individuality
    • imaginative world, cannot possibly consider himself great and mighty.
    • We can experience other things outside of our body, but our ego in
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    • longer give much consideration.
    • heavenly bodies henceforward played down upon the Earth from outside.
    • outside. When medieval poetic wisdom desired to depict in the person
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    • [ The lecture was given by the side of a Christmas Tree adorned
    • spiritual being. No sunlight fell from outside upon these spiritual
    • sunlight that shines from outside upon objects and beings to-day, but
    • shone down upon the earth from the universe outside. The sun had
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    • because Lucifer has been at his side since he began to incarnate on
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    • the first quarter of the year. Any sexual union outside the period
    • negative side too is discernible. Men are very far indeed from a true
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    • On the other side, inner feeling of the secrets of the evolution of
    • of earth-existence was proclaimed from two sides.
    • soul is outside the body, within the outer universe. The soul is then
    • after death, when the physical body has been laid aside.
    • outside the body. But in reality there is no contradiction. We
    • perceive only what is outside us; we do not perceive that within which
    • outside the human being, for what really matters is that knowledge of
    • That the revelation should have been from two sides is entirely in
    • proclamation, only from another side — a wonderful, twofold
    • nature — Jahve. Thus we have the Christmas Tree on the one side, and
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    • waters.’ The principle of Love was not within the beings, but outside,
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    • sides by the pagan peoples, and understanding of the deep mystery
    • expression for the other side of Eternity, because our language does
    • Christianity, be placed beside the Father God. Co-equal and
    • other side of the earth.
    • other side of the earth and therewith to behold the universe as a
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • subjects, that we must not rest satisfied with a one-sided rendering
    • years. Let us consider the nature of this progress. After the great
    • considered according to the theory of Knowledge. Now do you suppose
    • thought. We will take another example. When a man considers the
    • that means, that what was at first outside, then entered into the soul
    • things flowed in from outside, so to speak — as we saw in the
    • qualities besides these, as, for instance, that of thinking in forms
    • of what lived in the cosmos outside. It became necessary, however,
    • his soul was to a great extent outside it — and yet that he could
    • surveying this one period we can only for the moment consider two of
    • different side. He had to draw into human nature itself, to incarnate
    • side. There the intellectual- or mind-soul works into the etheric
    • side. When did he do this? It was accomplished at the time when the
    • That is the Individuality Who comes from quite a different side and is
    • nature of man from the other side. He also works, from the other side,
    • them from above, from the other side — a Being such as the
    • earth, has ascended from it. He comes from the other side; He is the
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • Group-Meetings for a considerable time. It is well, now and then, to
    • over and over again consider how the various details of life appear in
    • which are familiar to all; but they will be considered from the
    • interests which have been thrust aside for a time, now burst forth
    • considered infallible. It would have been of no use to attempt to go
    • of the opinion that it was unnecessary to consider things in this way,
    • If we consider the law of karma in this way we shall say: ‘It
    • What is the nature of pain? We will now consider external pain, such,
    • consider both these possibilities from the karmic standpoint.
    • tendency.’ No man is considered an educated man to-day who does
    • himself from scientific tradition; another perhaps considers it
    • whole thing must be considered as a phenomenon of the times, for
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • necessary. Light shall be thrown to-day from one particular side on
    • beg you not to consider that as all that can be said on the subject;
    • from the side of the gods: ‘Man has become as one of us!’
    • sheath is laid aside, a new form of existence begins; but he would
    • then know why from time to time he must lay aside his physical
    • brings about to a still greater extent the consideration of one man
    • living in a side-street in Rome, whose teacher was a certain Jesus;
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    • feel the law, the conformity to law, outside itself, but feels that it
    • the ego was suppressed. Man was more or less outside his ego. Although
    • and carried him outside himself, without his ego into the Spiritual
    • while outside it. ‘The Kingdom of Heaven has drawn near, was the
    • become such that when man was now outside himself he did not ascend to
    • or God-filled, who, while they could no longer look outside for help
    • Christianity in some dogmatic collateral signification or side issue,
    • to believe that what was considered Christian in the words spoken two
    • considered, that it was said the whole world-reckoning would now take
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    • sides — polarities, as we might call them — that confront us
    • patiently wait and observe, so that when we know one side of a thing,
    • we should try to learn what refers to the other side of it.
    • there is something else besides, something very different. When a man
    • they consider that what is found in one domain is applicable to every
    • question thus: Is there anything in the Cosmos outside, resembling an
    • and remember that on other occasions I said something more besides
    • this. We must take into consideration the fact that a man is only male
    • scientific observation’ will consider what has just been put
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    • In the course of the lectures given here last winter we considered the
    • further the Christ-Impulse from all sides, and moreover, when all is
    • from four different sides, and we touched upon several of the secrets
    • approached from many standpoints and from many different sides, and
    • ideas and concepts from all sorts of different sources and sides which
    • encompassed his soul on all sides. There was nothing of the nature of
    • out of consideration; for our own souls were then too far removed from
    • live together side by side.
    • various sides. The Asiatic and African peoples had one mission and the
    • Roman culture on the other side, where the strong ego-feeling was
    • Sicily to-day. The body of Empedokles forms a considerable part of the
    • from many different sides. The public lecture will treat the subject
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    • considered as a descent, a new descent of Spiritual life, of Spiritual
    • insignificant to appeal to the deeper side of a serious observer. For
    • Now everyone who has gone into this question knows, that considered
    • philosophical side of science should assert that there is no historic
    • considered as a purely Spiritual Being, should have been present in a
    • considered as an earnest and scientific work, which is centred upon a
    • documents. These however, considered from a purely material
    • told that he must believe the three sides of a triangle make a hundred
    • Society. That is the one side of the question. The other is that this
    • endures. How much is known, outside this movement, of the possibility
    • this we realise, apart from all other considerations, the weight of
    • yet egoism and envy has considerable power over them. In the
    • of our comrade H. C. Olcott, the first President of the Theosophical
    • knowledge of the living Theosophical life that all the shadow-sides of
    • is outside. Why is this? Because, in his descent into matter he
    • Through such considerations as these, which lift us above the limits
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    • to us from outside. This may lead to alarming experiences for the
    • between death and rebirth, we find, that is, setting aside the period
    • Let us consider the following instance. Suppose after death we meet
    • considered. In pre-Christian times men could not acquire on earth
    • If we now consider the Greco-Latin period, we can say that for the
    • If one considers the evolution of humanity in more recent times
    • consider the following. Today we have the sacred religious books of
    • system of Copernicus. In the future it will be considered a kind of
    • You will notice that in our considerations we have reached the
    • to further considerations. 
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    • considerations have led us to the point where consciousness after
    • consider the following, which upon first hearing might be quite
    • Lucifer side by side as equally justifiable powers. However strange
    • universe. From all sides we perceive the cosmic facts through the
    • forces outside it working. This will give you a picture of the
    • Thus we have reached the point where we began our consideration
    • Let us now consider the important relationship between the second
    • Let us now consider the stages in embryonic development that take
    • two sides are related as object and mirror-image, and conception
    • should be considered an important moral element that throws light
    • earth. Many say this. The above consideration regarding the period
    • Another question can be answered by these considerations. It is often
    • Consider, for instance, what a child of six had to learn in Roman
    • specially considered people who reach a normal age in life.
    • Fundamentally, there is a considerable difference between souls who
    • Let us consider the child. As yet he does not live fully on the
    • has to establish himself in earthly existence. Now consider the life
    • Consider, for instance, what was mentioned yesterday. From the moment
    • Imagine that you did not have your consciousness inside you,
    • but outside in your surroundings. You would not have the feeling that
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    • begin this study by considering what we call human consciousness.
    • world outside did not make him aware of himself. The fact that there
    • are objects outside himself. In other words, he separates himself
    • etheric bodies and impacts them on all sides, just as when you splash
    • your hand in water you become aware of your hand on all sides. When
    • on the one side and the ego and astral body on the other. The
    • — ego and astral body on the one side, physical and etheric
    • the smallest possible space, emerges from it when he lays aside his
    • also comes into consideration then, ideas a man has evolved during
    • different sides?” This is actually what occurs in Christianity.
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    • Let us consider our existence in the sense world during waking
    • Let us consider an initiate who knew that something was to happen at
    • find along the wayside gladdens us. This would not happen on the
    • surrounded from all sides by mere visions, but visions that are
    • Everything is now working from outside, and man receives cosmic
    • relate what lives in the human breast to its origin when we consider
    • in a one-sided way. Two things moved him deeply — the starry
    • with which we are born. Considering the evolution of man in this way,
    • soul-spiritual being. Beings approach us from outside and they
    • into us. We do not live into the spiritual world from outside until
    • who approach us from all sides like rays.
    • is. Then the beings can approach and illumine him from outside. We
    • side. This represents the most perfect expression of the ego; the
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    • of super-sensible facts we should always consider them from as many
    • points of view as possible. So today we will consider from a
    • where the life in kamaloca begins, but rather consider the point at
    • considerable soul difficulties in the super-sensible world. For
    • on earth. We know, for instance, that a dead friend is there outside
    • side by a glimmering light points to the approach of the hierarchies
    • consider ourselves limited within the boundary of our skin. After
    • us consider a man who passed through the gate of death with an
    • moral attitude of soul. A considerable difference is perceptible and
    • it becomes apparent when we consider the relationship of one person
    • let us consider the external facts. If in Europe we were to have a
    • personality. Jesus of Nazareth has been accepted from outside.
    • peoples. This is a factor of considerable importance that is also
    • stands beside the Throne of Christ in the Sun. This is possible
    • cosmos can work in upon us. They work from all sides, and we receive
    • whole cosmos stream into our being from all sides, from the whole of
    • told that the statue of Giuliano stands on one side and that of
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    • his soul. For instance, let us consider a man who goes through the
    • consideration. The relationships after death are still in accordance
    • astral body. Things of considerable significance and of which we are
    • with the considerable service and the acts of charity that the living
    • Consider the situation of the dead one. He has some intense wish. In
    • than intended. Few people will bother to consider such a fact as
    • creatively in life. Earlier we considered how influences from the
    • Let us first consider the intellectual forces. How do they assist us
    • between death and a new birth. They are outside us. This is
    • We have once again considered matters of considerable importance in
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    • consider thinking we shall find that in our thinking activity we have
    • considered as images of what they represent. We must so develop our
    • occultly considered, feelings are a mirror image of a realm that does
    • all our considerations. That is why we can attach a certain
    • in a twofold way to considering the significance of spiritual
    •  Much that will be considered today has been spoken about
    • worlds can only become fully intelligible if we consider them from
    • been described in many different ways. Today our considerations will
    • laid aside, our astral body still possesses all the peculiarities it
    • aside. This requires a certain time and that marks the period of
    • the different elements spread out around him. We shall now consider
    • the period between death and a new birth from another side. Let us
    • outside is space with things and beings. This is not so after death.
    • After death we are inside objects and beings. We expand within a
    • materialism. Consider how their union will take hold of life itself!
    • if we only consider the things of the physical plane with mere waking
    • happen and yet is of considerable importance. What does this mean?
    • consideration of all the elements involved, we might become aware
    • consider life in this way, of how little you are in fact aware. If
    • remarkable way by good fortune. Consider the many possibilities that
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    • considerations, you will remember that spiritual science rightly
    • general answers are of little avail and it is preferable to consider
    • go to work. Probably we consider the things that happen there as well
    • from such considerations?
    • But let us consider the effect on the soul of a person who has been
    • cannot envisage without the sun. This sun is outside the man's
    • every morning. This throws considerable light on the interplay
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    • devote a part of their forces to considerations that for others
    • actually do not come into question today. Truly, we consider realms
    • through the gate of death and has laid aside his physical body. As
    • do in fact stem from a consideration of life between death and a new
    • an actual instance and consider the relationship of such a soul to
    • of you here and by all the people outside. Man then did not merely
    • come who will consider it important to cultivate a spiritual life
    • souls are transposed, so to speak. We should consider the earth as a
    • Let us consider what is yet another real experience to the seer. When
    • birth and death, considers the principal characteristics of such
    • Life only becomes comprehensible when one considers the total
    • destinies of human beings to previous earth lives, but consider the
    • Man imagines that he has reached a considerable degree of wisdom when
    • Now let us consider with super-sensible perception the soul of an
    • upon you for it can be considered as a sound basis for meditation.
    • these considerations, and it is my deepest hope that it may grow ever
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    • pause in our anthroposophical considerations and raise the question
    • though not the only one, is the consideration of the life of the
    • consider now only a few of the most important events that we
    • experience. But one may add that in such considerations one has the
    • understanding under considerable difficulty, or not at all, because a
    • gradually develop an understanding for the dead, let us consider the
    • consider that a man in Berlin had already got his ticked for the
    • Let us consider this matter from another aspect. How many impressions
    • probabilities. The considerable number of herring in the ocean is a
    • This twofold consideration will indicate the radical change that will
    • Let us consider an extreme case. One will no doubt have come across
    • you but consider how widespread love of ease has become, you will
    • find that Ahriman has a considerable number of recruits. Love of ease
    • one sees the human being with his astral body and ego outside the
    • Therefore, as one considers the human physical body one sees how
    • to the physical world. One has to make a considerable effort, by way
    • also refrain from considering the concepts as of chief importance,
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    • do all they can to place themselves in the limelight. A consideration
    • concern for the spiritual world and consider the soul life as ending
    • should hold onto the fact that life on earth is of considerable
    • Buddha thus accomplished his last earthly life. A considerable number
    • souls, even if they now have reached a considerable degree of
    • The exception that we have just considered in relation to the Buddha
    • applies to the earth. Consider that a human being living between
    • him considerably by reading to him, by making him familiar with what
    • strung on a thread, as it were. Some are considered to be causes,
    • could happen does not come to pass. In life we consider the external
    • Consider the instance of the man. If he had left his house at the
    • presents considerable difficulties today because the general lack of
    • to evoke a feeling for this by today's considerations.
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    • This is the one aspect we have to consider in the incarnating human
    • aspect that we should consider.
    • In order to clarify still further what is meant, let us consider the
    • merely come from outside.
    • receive such ideas with enthusiasm and even consider them to be
    • outside. The good free-thinking preacher would also have to forbid
    • eminently logical, and that is regarded as profound by a considerable
    • considering some such examples as have here been discussed. In many
    • Another aspect should be considered in this connection that is of
    • The opposite situation should also be considered. We find souls who
    • consider its counterpart in the overall structure of existence. For
    • progressive evolution that sounds forth to mankind. A considerable
    • Consider how many souls have entered the spiritual worlds as a result
    • earthquake of Messina, consider the considerable numbers of souls who
    • deeply and a considerable call is thereby made on his own forces when
    • We can feel reconciled to such facts when we consider that a
    • compared to one who considers the work of the gods quite imperfect
    • Such considerations make it clear that when we are tempted to
    • we consider this attitude due to a shortcoming in ourselves. Even if
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    • own cravings for a considerable time. Even outwardly it is easy to
    • Let us now consider what comes about mainly when the period of
    • Something else comes into consideration. There are people who nurture
    • There are things in this category that need not be considered
    • Pandora shows that Goethe made such considerable artistic
    • heard in the last lecture, outside the Sun sphere a man mainly has to
    • was considered to be the member of our planetary system connected
    • realms lying beyond the Sun sphere. Let us consider the Saturn sphere
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    • would like to present supplementary considerations to add to what is
    • Let us assume that two people lived side by side here on earth. The
    • investigation observes a considerable difference after death between
    • In considering other initiates or religious founders it is evident
    • not to approach us. However, we can only walk beside him if we are
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    • How has the Westerner grasped Christianity? Consider Hinduism. Only
    • scientific movement we endeavor to consider all the religions of the
    • legitimate power who has to travel by his side if he is to progress
    • Let us consider an outstanding example. Luther's appearance at
    • These matters are of considerable importance and also show the
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    • when we consider the period of life between death and a new birth.
    • outside. The opposite is the case after death. Then man grows to a
    • little, one after another. We are then in this respect, considered
    • discarded, and the spiritual part of the cosmic organ is now inside
    • dwells outside his skin, his earthly existence looks quite different.
    • without a book, and thereby perform a considerable deed of love for
    • This can be understood if we consider that animals, for example, see
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • here, and let us allow each side to move as it will in any direction,
    • moment the sides take, e.g., these positions:
    • the sides of the triangle are in continual motion. When they are in
    • starting-point, and allow each side to move in various directions and
    • outside this realm of forms, and so, in the realm of universals, they
    • For getting to know the outside world you need no thoughts; you need
    • clear: if you think of a hundred possible thalers on one side and of
    • other side there are exactly a hundred thalers more. And in most real
    • Hence we see that the matter has this deeper side also. But I have
    • the matter from yet another side, a third side.
    • Let us suppose that we have here a mountain or hill, and beside it, a
    • other forces are active besides those that push from behind —
    • emphasise that through such simple considerations as these one can
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • actual thinking is not as common as one might suppose. Besides this,
    • than on deep conviction. There is contention on all sides!
    • particular realm which the person in question has considered, it is
    • essential is to avoid one-sidedness. That is what I specially want to
    • most real, the Spirit, but they are one-sided; they deny the
    • We now have side by side four justifiable world-outlooks, each with
    • perception, but if we go outside a mathematical explanation, we shall
    • outside himself — not to any ideas that he might grasp from his
    • amount of ingenuity, reaches it only through a kind of one-sidedness,
    • outside world. But directly he not only thinks, but feels sympathy
    • sense a Spiritist, so that on this side there is a direct transition
    • one-sided world-outlook, on behalf of which as much as can be said
    • for any particular one. The world cannot be rightly considered from
    • the one-sided standpoint of one single conception, one single mode of
    • one must look at it from all sides. Just as the sun — if we go
    • way, so that from the consideration of man in terms of thought we may
    • rise to a consideration of the cosmic.
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • hand, with the result that different epochs develop one-sided
    • it is outside its home. Logically speaking, one is not justified in
    • outside.” In this mood, a person presupposes that outside his
    • Often a man is so one-sided that he lets himself be influenced by
    • also happen that men are stimulated from various sides in reaching
    • the Sun being here considered as a fixed star — Intuitionism to
    • as we can consider the Earth for itself alone, so also with regard to
    • Naturalism side by side and each with its justification. For it is
    • the inner nature of truth if they remain one-sided. One must
    • Truly, if we consider only this, we can already say to ourselves:
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • face is outside the mirror; the mirror only reflects the face, throws
    • (We will leave aside for the moment other aspects of the soul.) The
    • be placed one-sidedly in life, we know that we belong to a great
    • guide. It teaches us to understand our one-sided predispositions as
    • one-sidedness is brought about through a quite definite
    • one-sidedness in such a way that he would say to himself: “Now
    • constellation behind them. All forms of one-sidedness that try to
    • this one-sidedness appear. Hence we see that knowledge of the nature
    • much, much must be taken into consideration along this path in order
    • impulses from the most varied sides in order to gain an understanding
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-sidedness and promotes
    • here, and let us allow each side to move as it will in any direction,
    • moment the sides take, e.g., these positions:
    • the sides of the triangle are in continual motion. When they are in
    • starting-point, and allow each side to move in various directions and
    • outside this realm of forms, and so, in the realm of universals, they
    • For getting to know the outside world you need no thoughts; you need
    • clear: if you think of a hundred possible thalers on one side and of
    • other side there are exactly a hundred thalers more. And in most real
    • Hence we see that the matter has this deeper side also. But I have
    • the matter from yet another side, a third side.
    • Let us suppose that we have here a mountain or hill, and beside it, a
    • other forces are active besides those that push from behind —
    • emphasise that through such simple considerations as these one can
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    • but also overcomes a narrow-minded one-