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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • significant degrees of development one must undergo take place in the
    • particularly effective in the case of insignificant characteristics
    • facial expression or some other insignificant habit, if he becomes
    • on himself. Through insignificant alterations the loftiest heights are
    • in one's inner self. One must permit the whole significance of such
    • silent and utter only significant, lofty thoughts, if he lives a
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • a truly significant man, who twenty five years ago, pitted himself
    • Möbius, who indeed, is not at all an insignificant
    • taken up these professions under significantly less favourable
    • significance of this question. Although women have won access to the
    • to gain a definite and significant influence in all areas of life. In
    • designated by St. Paul as the spiritual body. We speak of the
    • Old Testament, this name signified the annunciation of the Godhead in
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • completely different significance for them. Hence, we can say that
    • ego that governs them from without. The significant difference
    • spiritual viewpoint, the unfolding of this inner activity signifies
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • To estimate the significance of how these two streams meet in man is
    • toward the heart; and if, on the other hand, we grasp the significance
    • significance for all future ages of the Earth's evolution — and
    • insignificant compared with the blessing bestowed upon the individual
    • Thus we realise what a tremendous advance was signified by the fact
    • who later on will be the Maitreya Buddha, the most significant
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • forgetfulness, so common and such a nuisance, but also so significant in
    • this way, every restraint will signify additional strength of the will, that
    • weak-willed person will be the victor. This is a most significant phenomenon
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • requested by our friends here, a subject having great significance for
    • is difficult to speak of such a unique and deeply significant subject
    • differs significantly, however, from the way taken by natural science.
    • designate the other, in which man took up the spirit of the cosmos,
    • points out the significant fact that in the ancient mysteries man
    • human evolution, however, the wonderful and significant possibility
    • the earth. This deepest and most significant human quality is love.
    • This truth lies at the foundation of St. Paul's significant words,
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • The sign of highest life
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • for the power of speech to create, by means of words, actual signs
    • Nazareth, the gift of speech, inasmuch as words are signs which
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • The human being will gradually learn to develop this deep, significant
    • Lucifer and Ahriman could have carried out their designs during the
    • supramundane worlds, but the sign of this memory is not rightly
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • significance of what is meant by spiritual science, about the point of
    • signified an advance in human cultural life which can be compared to
    • faithfully, the great and significant moment comes when real spiritual
    • significance for the whole life and being of mankind. Some words of
    • significance of Christianity. Let those who insist on clinging to
    • Before he appeared on the scene and spoke words so significant for
    • related to the truth. As a result, he believes — signs of the times
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • sculpture itself began, he frequently explained its significance in
    • relates the significance of the Lucifer-Christ-Ahriman configuration
    • spiritual sciences is completed, it will contain, in a significant
    • take form as a sculpture that will be set up in a significant place in
    • reconstructed from historical documents are of the least significance.
    • What is of decisive historical significance is the plain date in our
    • sentient world and we must read the occult signs that present this
    • This kind of perception can certainly lead to great and significant
    • and there is another significant leap from petal to the calyx. This
    • ahrimanic principle. In Central Europe we have been assigned the
    • represent what we consider the most significant spiritual task of our
    • impossible to overestimate the significance of Michelangelo's
    • alliance between England and Russia is only of significance on the
    • for one effect can impress our souls in an especially significant way.
    • significance of Austria is especially noteworthy. During the past few
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • nature. We must all be conscious that our Movement is significant not
    • of significance for these invisible worlds, that we are actually
    • a different significance for the spiritual world than other work we
    • followed by the ancient Persian epoch — the designation is only
    • significant characteristics of men living on the earth at the peak of
    • significance of West European culture lies in the fact that the quest
    • intelligentsia as something great and significant among their people.
    • But something new must arise! What is significant in the child will be
    • another matter, the significance of which we will think about
    • one of the most significant thinkers of all Russia. Soloviev is an
    • many other things to grasp the meaning of death, the significance of
    • the world has meaning, significance and purpose, and that the world is
    • sayings this is the most significant for us. “Not I but the
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • From the lectures“Significant Facts Pertaining to the Spiritual Life of the Middle of the XIXth Century”
    • Significant Facts Pertaining to the Spiritual Life of the Middle of the XIXth Century.
    • person, it is therefore significant — indeed, it is to some extent a
    • materialistic world-conception may be designated as the great conspiracy
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • My endeavor in both lectures was to designate, as briefly
    • knowing something about the meaning and essential significance of life.
    • significance in objections such as this: yes, but the earth revolves, you
    • They were all designed to show that he simply did not understand the things
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • speak of these things. Alas, many signs have shown how little real
    • we may ask this very significant question: How stands it with death
    • deeply significant for our time.
    • destined to come in the near future, are like the signs of an
    • approaching storm. They are merely the signs of quite other things
    • that are about to come over humanity — signs which at the present
    • reminiscence of outer physical life and thence receives its signature,
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • the one which we can designate as the period of the Spiritual or
    • anti-social is extremely significant for our time. Just this
    • can picture it in your mind: There I have a bank note, which assigns
    • insignificance when faced with the sublime powers of the spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • signify for men of the Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch of culture. He
    • significance than is usually supposed, for it sheds light upon the
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • particular significance.
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • significant these ideas may be, for theoretical ideas produce the very
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
    • death has a certain significance in this social life.
    • ourselves the force which can only be designated by the words:
    • his skin in the form of deeds, has significance not only for him but
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • painful events in the course of world history can show us the significance
    • was moral in earlier stages also exists of course today. (The significance
    • community should understand the terrible significance for our age that such
    • souls feeling and sensing the true significance of the event. Are we really
    • because the common goal signifies union in harmony. The light of Christmas
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • appearances in the heavens, to be aware of significant events taking
    • these movements something of higher significance, remote from space
    • significance. The fact that the way in which people were
    • heavens only in designs. It has become an inner thing. But inwardness
    • Adam and Eve. What does this signify? This is one aspect of the way we
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • It is important to grasp the significance of this fact. What is common
    • significance is revealed — namely, that with our modern knowledge of
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • the firmament of the fixed stars, represented in the signs of the
    • designated in accordance with their actual being we must say that they
    • We can get an approximate idea of the signs of the Zodiac if we relate
    • in each vowel. What does it signify that H is in each vowel? It
    • signifies that the vowel is revolving in the cosmos. The vowel is not
    • their movement through the connection with the star sign S. Thus if a
    • through my being an echo of all that is said by the signs of the
    • planet, the single consonant with the single sign of the Zodiac; thus,
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • connected with highly significant inner processes, and it is of these
    • This is of great significance. On our descent into the earthly world,
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • This will become clear if we think of the significance of beauty as
    • never to undervalue the significance of beauty in education and in
    • in human life, assume far-reaching significance when we understand the
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • self-knowledge, he underwent a significant crisis in his soul. According to
    • subhuman realm in those ancient times. That was a significant point. For,
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • visible sign of these outspreading streams that enter the entire
    • invisible forces. These forces can be clearly designated, however, if
    • the poison of the deadly nightshade, we get a significant
    • a significant extent. In a certain sense they already approach the
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • today as insignificant, but not treated in that way by a large part of
    • will see what is significant here. What matters is to really be able to see
    • manner in which the soul itself works can be significant to health and
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • caring for the organs which are assigned to the etheric body. As to
    • Saturn is but a very small portion of the truth. The significance of
    • going on in human life, of the significance of which we are for the
    • same spiritual forces, to the outward signs of which we look up with
    • down to us from cosmic space, are to be seen the signs and characters
    • of the great cosmic writing. For they are but the written signs of the
    • Man should therefore become aware of the deep significance of this
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • significance the prophet Elijah had for the people of the Old Testament, and
    • are no more than the outer sign and symbol of spiritual worlds which look down
    • is of very great significance. A personality who was most deeply devoted to
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • truth acquire weight and significance if we add to them Paul's
    • designate that which existed in the form of an esoteric Christianity,
    • esoteric significance in Christianity.
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • themselves ‘Sons of the Widow.’ Manes designated himself
    • designated by Manes, the Divine Fructifier, as the Widow. Then Manes
    • designates himself as the Son, He it is who prepares the soul to
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • based upon the correct understanding of the place that Plato assigned
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • hour, at every moment, of vital and profound significance for our
    • know on the physical plane, which has significance for the dead
    • very significant law. The very same thing that we recognise in men on
    • of a significant concept that is constantly needed by those who wish
    • significance for intercourse, for example, with the so-called dead
    • Just such a matter as this can show us the great significance of
    • significance for the soul; the Catholic ritual will mean less in such
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • are tremendously significant once we understand that they affect
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • reflection of something which becomes great and significant in the
    • about many significant things of this kind, because today prejudices
    • reality in our materialistic time, the significance of the alteration
    • significance, something typical. The artist does that as a matter of
    • significance in their mutual relationships, while the constellations
    • significant high-point in comprehending aesthetic activity of man was
    • is not ten, but nine. Logic signifies the absolute necessity of
    • indeed a thought of great significance for human evolution at
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • Goethe. The nineteenth century represents a very significant
    • realise fully in their soul what this signifies: less than three
    • eighteenth century, we can observe a significant impulse. It was the
    • oneself seems not very significant — and perhaps one will find a
    • hidden significance in it after all. I have had in my hands Goethe's
    • why, in such significant and representative considerations as those
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • something that happens in the world and has significance there. And it
    • that experience has a significance for our later life. And this in
    • be made for less significant events.
    • cause of their inability to perceive the great significance of the
    • objective significance for the life of Man. For they are beginning to
    • the Earth bears upon her today the unmistakable signs of old age; she
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • What does all this signify? If you study the origin and growth of man
    • What does it signify that you can say the word Tree? By the larynx, by
    • signifies the same for the Imaginative realm as the spatial element
    • that it is past. Hence, too, it has its real significance.
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • [A term used to designate all that is sentient in man
    • tremendously significant it is to take the education of these young
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • The significance of occult knowledge in promoting conscious
    • against All. The significance of forms in connection with future
    • asked: What is the deeper significance of secret societies and of their
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • Intuition. It is a condition which is of great significance to
    • element of great significance for the human being.
    • again. This is the significant thing: we can always raise
    • significance of the Christ Impulse for the earthly life. Once
    • the significance of belief on another occasion, but what I am
    • significance that a God should experience death. We can thus
    • deeper significance of the Ahasueris legend. This legend
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • they meant something very much more significant than is generally meant
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • significant and in the most complete accord with what Spiritual
    • designate as the starting-point of Christianity was recognised by the
    • Baptism something of great significance happened to Jesus of
    • that this event is bound up with something of historic significance
    • significance — for it is indeed the ‘centre of gravity’
    • significance when one speaks of a God at the starting-point of
    • so long will he fail to understand the significance of the Christ
    • Palestine is of deep and primordial significance for all the later
    • course of the world, and is therefore designated as ‘evil.’
    • being of man, it will also grasp the significance of the Christ Event
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • And the significant thing is that he expressed it from the musician's
    • world is designated as that of the ‘Music of the Spheres.’ It is a
    • turn to legends for enlightenment in regard to significant
    • individualised Ego-consciousness was of the greatest significance, and
    • their civic name and rank. This is of no significance in regard to one
    • together, represent the cross.’ This is the original signification of
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • significance of the Event on Golgotha. Those who had been initiated
    • giving any idea of their significance. Naturally it is difficult for
    • Philosophy, and the passage where he speaks of the place assigned by
    • expressed in a most wonderful way in a deeply significant legend
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • which we designate as the “crossing of the threshold”. In
    • unconsciously crossing the threshold of a significant portal, a
    • we designate as a spiritual-scientific movement oriented towards
    • we designate as “history”. We must say to ourselves:
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • acquisition of that science which we designate as spiritual science,
    • with, we say: We designate as man’s physical body his external
    • natural science considers, it to be, its true significance and its
    • Form, This is a most significant fact, which we must bear in mind.
    • significant mystery, a mystery that obtuse men (the sort of men whom
    • we can really designate as obtuse) think to cope with so easily by
    • moment designated by me as the world’s midnight hour —
    • significance; the significance of a man concerning whom obtuse
    • contains many things that may indeed be designated as fine
    • attitude towards life has been designated, as “Karamasovshchina”.
    • that our etheric body is not something that may be designated as the
    • significance and you will be able to feel the words with which I once
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • striking and significant feature of this early Art of Building?
    • to the winged wheels and the original forms of all such designs. The
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • Cyrus had a deeply esoteric significance. Cyrus is the representative
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • fulfilled, and the signs in the Heavens would proclaim His coming.
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • the spiritual world whom we are accustomed to assign to the Hierarchy
    • that the words he speaks are nearly all of them signs for things that
    • words are very little more than mere outward signs for the objects
    • a sign for the phenomenon of the flash of lightning. It was
    • was not then one of thought, where the word is for him a sign and a
    • become no more than a sign. But it is scarcely more than 1500 years
    • days designated the plough. When anyone was listening to or speaking
    • We have reached a significant phase in the evolution of mankind. The
    • significance.
    • element. This is a fact of incalculable significance. And what the
    • Try to understand the significance of this change. Something enters
    • development in all its tremendous significance, we shall come to see
    • increasingly how the languages show signs of dying.
    • to be noted if we want to form a true picture of the significance of
    • That speech serves the purpose merely of a sign, — this
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • significance of these things in the present age becomes quite
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • worlds but it is no less fraught with significance for man than this
    • This hate will signify infinite pain for the dead who tries to
    • whole cosmic circle in its precession from one sign of the zodiac to
    • process through all the signs of the zodiac. Man lives for about as
    • significance, and it is so most of all if we do it consciously.
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • were, and this is very characteristic and significant. When a
    • to the Greek. I ask you to take note of this. It is very significant.
    • as Hercules and so on. That is very significant and it points to
    • should like to call special attention to a very significant feature
    • Gods. Just think how deeply significant this is for the
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • about? It was brought about inasmuch as the most important signs were
    • form, as signs — such signs then are images of Imaginations.
    • Such signs as the signs of the earliest writing were held to be holy.
    • In such signs was cosmic wisdom contained for ancient times, this
    • concept, has that any significance for the things outside, or is it
    • who is seen to be learned. For it still has a certain significance
    • this recognition. But it loses the significance when it is
    • it is accomplished wholesale with infinite significance. A family has
    • remember how there is a whole literature today about the cross-sign,
    • which is really a universal sign, spread over the world. Most amusing
    • is all the learnedness applied to it! This sign
    • the cross-sign means nothing else than that the human being takes
    • the sign for Man.
    • cross-sign.
    • And two other signs (the cross on the medallion is one sign that
    • star in the sign is generally made in such a way that one does not
    • moon. You see from this ordinary cross-sign, how the concept has
    • the sign is this: man in the form of a cross. People today know so
    • little of how to connect the object with the sign, that, as I have
    • how this sign is connected with what it wants to express. And so one
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  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • experience, signified more than the mere sense-perception knowledge
    • and significant a difference that one must bear it well in mind. In
    • important and significant fact this conception points. In the
    • course of human evolution which points in a significant manner to the
    • Lucifer and Ahriman signified Isis. With this word ‘signified’,
    • does not merely signify something, but is something — but they
    • the least the point that the figures signified something, but that
    • figures ‘signified’ nothing at all, but they were in
    • significance of the Mystery of Golgotha. Through this strength the
    • take everything with extraordinary gravity and significance —
    • same sign is found in Lauenburg and Belgium then naturally no
    • element, however, has its significance for the social life, for the
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • immense significance occurred with the entry of this fifth
    • sign of Cancer. Thus we can say: when the sun entered the sign
    • stood in the sign of Cancer.
    • the Sign of Gemini, the Twins, at the Vernal Equinox. And then
    • significance for this age that Mars has its house in Aries.
    • Jupiter-Pisces — have been assigned three decanates, as they
    • that estrangement from reality which today is the signature of the
    • also this practical significance, that it gives us the impulse of
    • certain Kerenski, who later played another role, was assigned to
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • significant changes took place in humanity. I have already some
    • and from our time onward quite specially significant. For as regards
    • significance of the Christ-Impulse. And hence he also had the feeling
    • has not told himself is that one of the deepest and most significant
    • us, by one of the most significant examples of the 19th Century, that
    • these actual events — the signs of the time demand it —
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • and significant truth — namely, man wanders over the earth but
    • once in ancient Greece the great and significant inscription
    • know what this actually signifies. And, perhaps I may venture to
    • profound and significant law of life. One can acquire head-knowledge
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • Now it is significant
    • control their thoughts in a human way. That is the most significant
    • concerned with something that has a significance in questions
    • deep and significant things. And when one considers them, one will
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • conscious of what Anthroposophy signifies will be able through this
    • without knowing what macrocosmic significance the ectoderm has, what
    • telluric significance the endoderm has, how these, again, are
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • activities are, to say the least, as significant as those of waking
    • significance comes to pass with the learning to walk, namely
    • signifies will ultimately develop the power to make it once again an
    • work, namely, the Beings designated in Occult Science the Exusiai and
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • There is a very significant example of a man who found it inwardly
    • outlook. This significant example — and I mention his name
    • an external symptom only, it is significant that the physics, for
    • significant letter in which he said: Had you been born as a Greek, or
    • when it signified a pouring of the soul's life into the life of
    • saying that the oriental word for ‘compassion’ signifies
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • spirit before the tribunal of science, who are not content to resign
    • the eternal significance of the human soul, of the links connecting
    • external, spiritual reality. The objective significance of this
    • significant is happening in the field of consciousness. An inner
    • days, when the signs of decline are to be seen on every hand, it must
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • vision supplied what may be designated as an inner logical system. If
    • significance of these super-sensible contents. For this reason, the
    • significant training through which the human beings had to pass, so
    • significant to accept the existence of a super-sensible world. So we
    • super-sensible world through faith. Particularly significant in this
    • the most significant materialistic thinkers, has given a real
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • in the external symptoms, in what may be designated as Haeckel's
    • were present, who thought that Haeckel was a significant personality,
    • great historical significance in the nineteenth century, particularly
    • significance for a world-conception, as you recognise the importance
    • delivered at the Hague, [“What is the Significance of an Occult
    • be really significant for what rises out of our modern civilisation
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • the deepest and most significant way. We live in the midst of events
    • this particular case, however, it is significant that the etheric
    • body and the significant fact is that all those who had any
    • clairvoyant knowledge, we fully learn to know the significance of the
    • very significant for the evolution of humanity.
    • significance, also for those who pursue spiritual science.
    • the life of men who die at a normal age. This is a very significant
    • deep significance which spiritual science has for the human
    • which I gave just now. There will be a plastic group in a significant
    • significant). It is characteristic that the ear of this Being is
    • significant, for they must express something significant. At first we
    • In order to explain the significant fact contained in this, let me
    • is such a significant Being and it is so difficult to understand
    • the Luciferic and the Ahrimanic forces will be significantly
    • significance of the triad, Christ, Lucifer and Ahriman. Michelangelo
    • attitude so important even in regard to the significant things that
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • and assigns to human intelligence the task of combining the phenomena
    • therefore say: Jacob Boehme still shows signs of possessing a
    • words have, however, an entirely different significance in his
    • language from the significance attaching to them in modern chemistry.
    • merely logical form of knowledge which, though of great significance,
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • although it is extraordinarily important and significant for those
    • which we can draw attention as being specially significant for
    • soul-activity that brought forth such significant results in natural
    • Harnack established in Central Europe really signifies the negation
    • of Christianity, the denial of Christianity; it signifies the setting
    • anything to do with the spirituality of Christ. It is significant to
    • body. You see, here we have significant forces that pass over into
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • by no means without significance for what we do during our earthly
    • significance for what happens on earth as a whole. For only part —
    • not the right significance for human life. Even if people were able
    • something extraordinarily necessary and significant for the evolution
    • an outer beacon for the signs of the times. This Building stands here
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    • no significance for those who find the way into Anthroposophy, but is
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    • live, reminds us daily and hourly of death, this significant event
    • which we designate as our etheric body: this already possesses a
    • us that what we designate as man's physical body is a very
    • really designate the skin of our face as our interior, and the
    • greatest, most beautiful and significant event. Moreover, this
    • constitutes a great deal of what we generally designate as our life
    • days. But this retrospective memory is inappropriately designated
    • human beings is merely their outward aspect. This is the significant,
    • that is really most significant for our whole life. Let us, however,
    • say, as an insignificant feeling. Its real significance could be
    • physical world only shows us the outer aspect of deep, significant
    • and lofty mysteries. The fact that this dim, insignificant feeling of
    • only an external significance, but a deep significance for the whole
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    • the cosmos cannot be expressed more significantly than it has been
    • (pronounced EE), whose significance is well known. Consequently, the
    • country, and this expresses that the originally great and significant
    • Ilmarinen and Lemminkainen, and are to-day designated so prosaically
    • significance has the fact that a nation that fulfilled so eminent a
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    • experience of the time's true significance is what gives us our first
    • the various branches and assign them tasks in connection with this or
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    • significance in the fact that the things a human being has had at
    • opposite and considering the nature and significance of memory.
    • minor significance compared with the fact that a particular seed will
    • has any significance at all for a person's growth and development.
    • significance for us. A plant cannot forget. It cannot receive
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    • People do not care about the deeper significance that is actually
    • Occult Significance of the Blood, e.Ed]
    • its significance would be less readily recognised. If we look at the
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    • Only a few insignificant things in certain particular directions
    • individual characters from birth. So the significance and meaning of
    • human being at birth. That is the significance of the inter-working
    • physical body. Now what is the significance of man giving his
    • purpose and significance of this is?
    • significance is that if you were to leave a man as he is and withhold
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    • This can give you a picture of how significant for man's life the
    • signifies for man's being and also for the rest of natural creation
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    • into day. It is of far greater significance that in his inner life of
    • beings who know and interpret the signs of the times had to ask
    • individualities who have to interpret the signs of the times had to
    • importance and world significance of the anthroposophical mission
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    • we should understand the significance and justification of obstacles
    • process of suffering an illness can definitely be regarded as a sign
    • significant life processes.
    • this points to a significant law governing human existence. And in
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    • In the smallest most insignificant things of life we can find the
    • significant events if we want to throw light on the real nature of
    • universal significance of this phenomenon.
    • that brings us to the significant effect that pain and joy have in
    • was because laughter on the one hand signifies a raising of oneself,
    • of the higher over the lower. Whereas weeping signifies a knuckling
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    • of great spiritual significance, were physically small in those days,
    • whereas a person who was not very significant spiritually had in
    • significance. The ego must lose itself entirely, it must dissolve
    • is something so great and significant because it is carrying further
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    • know the significance of why one thing is painted like this and the
    • and less significance. He is developing his way out of previous
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    • their significance in world-existence as a whole, in the evolutionary
    • deeply into its significance. The attempt has been made to substitute
    • profound moral significance of the super-sensible truths pertaining to
    • that 1899 was a very significant year; it was the end of a period of
    • resignation, when confronted by a problem or riddle of existence, and
    • significance of his relation to the physical plane than he was able
    • of the Medici tombs in the Chapel designed and built in Florence by
    • the significance of the legend is obvious.
    • a thought signifies a destructive reality they would soon turn away
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    • earthly life has meaning and significance for all that life.
    • Christ. And this union is of tremendous significance. For in the Sun
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    • experience in our upper consciousness is less significant than all
    • may be said that this happening had no significance for our outer
    • usually gives rise to a significant experience. Do not say that what
    • invented, telegraphing went on. Provided the right signs, etc. are
    • signs. If that were done quickly enough there would be no difference
    • research lack any real foundation, this is only a sign that he has
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    • profoundly significant words to express this fact. It is one of the
    • evolution. There is a most significant difference in the whole
    • immense significance. It was necessary that the human being should be
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    • study which because of the significant knowledge it contains may well
    • of particular significance because it linked with the Christ Impulse
    • significance of the Mystery of Golgotha in the history of mankind on
    • what that ascent means and also of the world-wide significance of the
    • what it signifies in the history of worlds when a Bodhisattva rises
    • have also spoken of a significant deed of the Buddha, a deed that was
    • were Teachers of great significance. What actually took place there
    • Today, because of the profound significance of the
    • the whole heart and soul. We must grasp what it signifies to be aware
    • physical incarnation. But in accordance with the great Plan designed
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    • significant experiences. These epochs are: the ancient Indian, the
    • to be quite without significance. But for one who is intent upon
    • their evolution, who work upon man from outside, consigning him to
    • between birth and death vanishes and is of no significance when he
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    • significance in man's life after death. The effect of the Buddha's
    • significance cut across these seven-year periods. We ourselves have
    • find, for example, that there is a deeply significant truth in the
    • between death and rebirth is of particular significance for this
    • opinion have no significance or power whatever in man's life between
    • significance whatever, and after death it is irrelevant whether
    • radical or reactionary. This has no significance whatever in the
    • the whole process of man's development. What it signifies for each
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    • contain the deepest and most significant secrets of existence. This
    • significance because here it is simply a matter of number. In point
    • and importance to us has little significance until shortly before
    • has significance only for the future because later on we are to
    • the seer, the most significant moment between death and the new birth
    • death in reverse. That is why it is so immensely significant.
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    • case. Nothing can replace the significance of our connection with the
    • ourselves what this contact signifies for one who is passing through
    • These symptoms are very significant, as I have said. At the moment,
    • have a significance which nothing else can replace.
    • kinds of signs, especially at night, creating disturbance in the
    • significant mission of Anthroposophy is that Anthroposophy can bridge
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    • significance of the sense-impressions falls away as well. But because
    • significance only in the life between birth and death.
    • significance of the saying, ‘Tat tvam asi’, ‘Thou
    • wisdom of ancient India derived the deeply significant affirmations,
    • This means liberation from everything that is significant on the
    • Earth, for the soul begins to realise the great cosmic significance
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    • Mystery of Golgotha a change of far-reaching significance occurred in
    • But if we now take these highly significant advances in
    • powerless to understand what the star should signify, separated as we
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    • most significant, wisdom-filled current of thought — when we
    • abstract words such significant phenomena as those I have just
    • grasp the significance of this fact in relation to the Sun-Spirit. To
    • birth understood its significance? But one might ask — where
    • significant than all the pedantic Bible-criticism of the nineteenth
    • the significance of Sibyllism. Perhaps we do not always look at this
    • work with an awareness of its significance in this respect, but the
    • significance exists and should give occasion for reflection. I mean
    • out with particular significance in Zechariah; they are deeply
    • are they? What does their prophesying signify? We must penetrate
    • the super-earthly and the symbolic significance of the starry
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    • significance of the prophecies of the Sibyls as illustrating one side
    • Here we touch upon a significant cosmic secret, and one
    • significant deed, made possible only with the help of Christ in the
    • human beings the vehicles of divine wisdom. A significant reflection
    • bodily mark of their obtuseness in this respect; a sign that they had
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    • signify for the and scholarship of the present time.
    • by the signs of the Zodiac. Through the number six — or twelve
    • courses of the stars, in the signature of their movements in cosmic
    • as his visible sign in the heavens; Apollo was not a sun god in this
    • post-Atlantean epoch, is something I must again designate with a dry,
    • Adam — he who was formed out of earth! That is the significant
    • on from the Bible to some of the significant Hebrew legends, we
    • Christianity one of these prefiguring signs occurred. We see how in
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    • good significance. But as one culture-epoch succeeds another in the
    • Sibylline omens! We are told — and this is the significant
    • aware also of the deep significance of a passage such as that in St.
    • significance — the mother died of a broken heart because of her
    • signifies — naturally he did not know their names. He then goes
    • What signified this blood,
    • This Grail, what signified —
    • specially significant for me, I was shown where the
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    • Now before we go further and try to interpret this sign
    • Grail by the hermit; at the Easter festival, whose significance for
    • to it the sign for the divine Being of Hebrew antiquity who is the
    • his signature. Numbers, shapes, the stars and nature in general,
    • the Sun standing together in the sign of Cancer. So it was that
    • bridegroom Son and the sign of the heavenly script.
    • try to learn to understand the significance of that which formerly
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    • ordering and outstreaming of the twelve Signs of the Zodiac as a
    • to the zodiacal signs, we are then living approximately in the sphere
    • interpreted out of the signs of the cosmos. Anyone who thought that
    • evolution become entirely spiritual, but leaving its signs behind in
    • Eight-hundred year periods have been assigned to the history of
    • merely created within, in the human spirit, or has it a significance
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    • the Moon, is significant above all in its spiritual aspect.
    • makes the significant discovery that through the utterances, through
    • We wrestle our way through the deeply significant truths still
    • the Sun, but what he reflects of the solar rays has no significance
    • significance in the development of the speech or language of a
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Destiny
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    • possible to point out the significance of spiritual science for the
    • particular aspect the significance of a spiritual-scientific
    • its significance in the face of the demands and requirements of our
    • will lead us more deeply into the real significance of spiritual
    • way begins to acquire a true significance. For we must bear in mind
    • is the most significant event of all, the event which continually
    • significance for the strength and intensity of our Ego-consciousness
    • and death. This is not without a significance for the life which we
    • which have a real significance only during the time between birth and
    • on the significance of spiritual science for the present and for the
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    • every-day life, they are by no means without significance for us. No,
    • — however hidden it remains — is of significance for the
    • are now harbouring is of significance for the entire universe, for at
    • have significance for our everyday life. Yet it is out of all this
  • Title: Lecture: The Elemental World and the Future of Mankind
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    • will be — and there are signs already of it happening —
    • The significance of spiritual knowledge for man's earthly destiny
    • significance. Man must grow beyond earth existence through knowledge
    • import and significance.
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    • of death, this significant event in human life; it reminds us of
    • proceed by studying that form of organization which we designate as
    • Past lectures showed us that what we designate as man's
    • wrong. We should really designate the skin of our face as our
    • significant event. Moreover, this experience kindles that which
    • what we generally designate as our life beyond. It is the feeling
    • memory is inappropriately designated (but nevertheless with a
    • This is the significant, important and essential fact which we
    • out our strength gives us something that is really most significant
    • slowly we regard it, I might say, as an insignificant feeling.
    • Its real significance could be gauged if we could feel (excuse this
    • aspect of deep, significant and lofty mysteries. The fact that this
    • dim, insignificant feeling of growing weary accompanies us
    • process, which has not only an external significance but a deep
    • significance for the whole world.
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    • understanding of the whole significance of our work for the course of
    • significance. There is no physical event which has not, at the same
    • time, a spiritual significance. In this case, then, the physical
    • physical body. For the dead it is of the greatest significance that
    • soul. For it signifies that man can always have the feeling of the
    • Thus it is deeply significant for the whole existence of
    • The significant fact is that during the course of the
    • — even those written by the most significant modern scientists,
    • an insight into the significance of what is taking place only when we
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    • is called a ‘homeless man.’ This designation is a
    • This saying will have a certain significance for the future work of
    • to-day — not taking into consideration the insignificant
    • went through their human stage there whom we designate as Spirits of
    • especially at work and gives the general signature to that epoch, he
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    • which may be designated as the etheric body of these Archangelic
    • spiritual cloudlike formation which we must designate as the etheric
    • the time which we designate as the period of the migrations of the
    • shall see the significance of the individual human beings to the
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    • we designate as Folk-spirits their actual inner part, or that which
    • element of any significance to the Archangels, in so far as it is
    • the youthful upward life of a people signifies the youth of its
    • maya or illusion, assumes more definite significance.
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    • receive about his twentieth year. All this has very significant
    • which is not designed for him. If he had only set foot on the earth
    • significance to him. We shall more clearly understand these
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    • their significance in the great harmony of human evolution. That,
    • earth has passed, and those which it still has to go through, signify
    • and have signified a particular mission in cosmic evolution.
    • equilibrium between thought, feeling and will signifies.
    • in man signify nothing else than the creating of an active centre in
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    • peoples whose sign, so to speak, lies in the Venus-character, the
    • paper was laid before him on which were many little signs, letters,
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    • the Folk-souls whom we designate as Archangels ascend to a higher
    • At the time which we designate as the Old Persian age,
    • tribes assumed special significance, and that from these Jahve or
    • importance and significance for the post-Atlantean epoch, and which
    • must be called, if we wish to designate it rightly, that which
    • that is the significance of the Semitic impulse in the world. Monism
    • significance occurred in the fourth age of post-Atlantean
    • the time when Christianity developed, because it resigned its guiding
    • practiced a special resignation and had undertaken a special mission.
    • concrete example in which you can at once recognize the significance
    • Scandinavian mythology. Hence the great significance of the
    • of the Scandinavian Folk-soul. Hence also the great significance
    • significant or a clearer picture of the evolution of the world than
    • most significantly like that which, as the Anthroposophical picture
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    • Before we can develop all that can be extracted from the significant picture
    • veiled and hidden. Occultly, however, Sif signifies the group-soul of
    • Whether they call it by this name or that, does not signify; what
    • does signify is that the feelings are colored and shaded, that the
    • to the true significance of the Christ-Being, which proceed from the
    • significance of Christ becomes the central point of philosophy, and
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    • Occult Significance of Blood,
    • you will see what a significant rôle the interminglings and relationships
    • of the Gods’ there is contained a significant vision of the
    • Christ. Those who are destined to point out from the signs of the
    • of soul among all those who are united in the sign of
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    • matters of the greatest significance come into consideration here. Man's being
    • significance came to pass at the end of the seventies of last century. It is an
    • significance from the time of the separation of the moon until its return, when
    • most significant discovery. The pedants of his day regarded it as dilettantism,
    • all, the events are not really of such great significance. Nevertheless, the
    • signs of the times are unmistakable and must be understood.
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    • wrestling with the problem of the significance of the divining-rod,
    • significance, even whilst we ourselves are still in the physical world.
    • is so designated in the pantheism of the Monists or Naturalists, this
    • to that for which the Dornach building is an outward sign, an outer
    • are designed to be in continuous development; the second column is
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    • This act was merely meant to signify that the offering made by man's
    • was still significantly present at the time of the Mystery of
    • that was felt to be a particularly significant principle of
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    • significance lies in the new experiences which souls were unable to
    • to see a real significance in such an evolution of man, for each
    • history. We shall see this particularly significantly if we take an
    • Here is the significant
    • Michelangelo is the most significant artist. While the Greeks had
    • insignificant relics of antiquity, of Greek sculpture. But —
    • without significance that we find among the inhabitants of mountain
    • times and all they signified, represented in one man, was to flow
    • What do they really signify?
    • and matter significant facts from the spiritual world. He stood
    • There is something else very significant in this chapel: the four
    • can really be destroyed which has been so significantly granted to the
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    • him more deeply about what this modern life signifies for the human
    • assigned to them by the Jahve-Gods into the realm where they can flit
    • There is tremendous significance, for example, in the
    • belonging to the Rhine is quite adequately designated by the
    • 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries. Something of real significance was
    • significant phenomenon in modern civilisation is also connected with
    • a new principle of art which can be designated by saying: When
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    • Tagore. We shall never understand what such a figure really signifies
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    • insignificant people. Benvenuto Cellini, who was a great man, once
    • in a masked form. What has taken place? A very significant process
    • This is a very significant fact in life. Let us now recapitulate the
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • being recognize with the aid of that knowledge which he designates as
    • which the Ego was designated by a name, and if this name was uttered,
    • is a consequence of the fact that the Occident designates as a Maya
    • or as an ideology what the Orient designates as reality, and that the
    • Orient designates the ideology of the Occident as a reality. Today we
    • beings accordingly. This has a great significance in human life, but
    • significant fact that we only live in the present in the economic
    • before the Peace of Versailles! These advertisements were signed by
    • deeply significant one; it is a problem which cannot be solved unless
    • transforming him into a “resigned” member within the
    • we are standing under the sign of cooperation in our anthroposophical
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    • significance of something which we have often emphasized: Through
    • words for such significant facts; what we appear to be in our own
    • consider separately the activity which we designate as memory.
    • signs which the etheric body engraved upon the physical body. You
    • the etheric body may engrave upon it the signs which lie at the
    • being of its own. Upon it the etheric body writes down the signs
    • these signs may be drawn up again from memory. That man carries
    • impressions or signs, is still elastic. Consequently we should
    • something which we may designate as having been formed upon the
    • lives something which we may designate as man's etheric body.
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    • This will be the solution of the most significant disharmony that has
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    • a deeply significant truth begins to dawn upon us, namely, that man
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    • The significance of all this becomes clearer if we give
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    • instance, what it signifies that the spine of animals lies in the
    • from the bodily postures the significance of the invisible directions
    • then the pain he endures signifies that he is attaining those regions
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    • the sun has been in the sign of spring. When, therefore, men on earth
    • whose significance lies, not merely within the course of earth-evolution,
    • an initiate, to be of particular significance.
    • festival, whose whole significance depends upon super-sensible knowledge
    • great significance in life today.
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    • the magnetic needle, but in the whole Earth, inasmuch as you assign
    • see what an immense significance silicon must have. Well-nigh half of
    • have to consider the question: Is it not of some significance,
    • and here they show their great significance. Alas! the life of people
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    • significant when put into practice. In these first lectures you must
    • coming to a realm of knowledge, immensely significant for practical
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    • important questions in agriculture is that of the significance of
    • the functions and significance of nitrogen herself in Nature's
    • significance of protein it will not suffice us to enumerate as its
    • learn to understand; we shall see what they signify in the whole
    • significance in the working of the Cosmos as a whole. The knowledge
    • still assign an aristocratic value to one modification of carbon,
    • significance in the Universe. The time is not so very long ago
    • delicate design, must eventually be able to vanish again. It is not
    • shall perceive the great significance of the papilionaceae. It is no
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    • manuring signifies in the economy of Nature. How often do we hear the
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    • and assimilates it everywhere, namely, sulphur, the significance of
    • this loss of silicic acid; they think it insignificant for the growth
    • of plants. In reality, it is of the greatest significance.
    • I have told you of the significance of hydrogen. Now there is a mutual
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    • of the field-mouse at a time when Venus is in the sign of Scorpio.
    • is the external sign. Now we must remember that this middle part (it
    • is necessary to perform this operation when the Sun is in the sign of
    • Here is a wealth of significant relationships.
    • Earth and assign to it a magnetic North Pole and a magnetic South. The
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    • involve something of deep significance in the household of Nature as
    • a whole. Let us then enquire: what is the inner significance, for Nature,
    • from the spiritual side. It is of a far-reaching significance.
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    • already told you, the significance of nutrition for the animal, and
    • the body has quite another significance than that of a combustion-process.
    • is a whole number of standard fodders, each of which has its significance
    • of the tomato by man is of great significance. (And it can well be extended
    • It is, in fact, of great significance for all that in the body,
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    • the origin of the world and the significance of man within
    • Mystery; the outer sign was sufficient. This outer sign has
    • a profound significance. The three higher principles of the
    • appeared to sanctify personality. As a sign that Christ
    • north side; here he reads the Message. This signifies that
    • The Oblation signifies the brain. Bread and wine are now
    • breast, then the chasuble. The stole signifies the actual
    • insignia of the priestly dignity. When he wears this he
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    • symbol of trade. So that by designating a ship as a
    • sign: Pisces.
    • Cancer, Leo, and draw the corresponding signs**, but in
    • picture reproducing Aries, the sign for Aries, is not
    • sign of Cancer materialistically, naturalistically. But to
    • in a human being armed with bow and arrow. The Zodiac sign
    • stands for agriculture. In this sign people, of course, see
    • in this Zodiac sign you will always find a striding
    • sign which I have already explained; it symbolizes trade,
    • sign of the upper thighs), he will have especially strong
    • spontaneously from the twelve Zodiac signs. We may
    • longer set out from Aires; we must set out from the sign of
    • Pisces. We now live for many centuries under the sign of
    • Pisces. It is the sign which marks man's transition
    • tremendously significant science of Man, drawn out of their
    • deeply significant — each gesture, every single sign.
    • sign itself, I might say, expresses the gesture; the Lion
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    • recognize the importance and significance of this event in history. I refer
    • something of real significance develops out of such a life. I say advisedly
    • of real significance. For when such a consciousness as this is placed
    • gain insight into the place and significance of the evil currents which are
    • finished. It is significant that he began it, and equally significant that
    • cruel and so significant — had carried up into the spiritual worlds;
    • more significance into Goethe's soul, it was not into his soul alone
    • as well as the later death — have great significance in the whole
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    • can be accepted: In the physical world we designate a fact as
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    • greater significance in the realm of spiritual investigation. A
    • examples let us consider just this one. A very significant natural
    • in previous lectures: the significance of what one can designate as
    • The other starting point that is of essential significance is
    • faces the higher world in a state of what one must designate as a
    • essential and most significant aspects of preparing for a spiritual
    • spiritual world is designated ordinarily as the experience with the
    • world for something fruitful or full of significance. Even in the
    • deep and significant as mysticism can be, the possibilities of error
    • keep in view the significance and the real nature of spiritual
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    • ‘Goetheanum.’ ‘Goetheanum’ as a sign that
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    • the fiery signs of the times can be regarded as proving the necessity
    • insignificant and unimportant, but it is an actual fact for one who,
    • significant. They point to the wide-spread mental confusion among
    • infinitely significant warning signs are nothing but a call to
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    • Intuition. Each soul must ask himself this significant question,
    • can guarantee in any way the significance of this moral sphere, but
    • down and the renewal of life. We see the significance of man's entire
    • destroying causality. It is of prime significance for the world
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    • Kamaloka a very significant experience comes to every
    • penetrating, most significant, thoughts conceived in our present
    • of great significance that through the inspiration of Buddha the
    • Individuality appeared and was to become a Teacher of humanity, signs
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    • because he shows certain signs of nervousness. You will see that it
    • signify an access of strength to the will; and that is, strength of
    • the stronger influence of will. This is a most significant
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    • assigning to himself certain distances from this and that star, he
    • simply the third with a minus sign before it. One returns through the
    • epochs of evolution. It has then no longer the same significance as
    • no longer the same significance as they would have had for the
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    • prevailed with us when designing this building. If any other
    • ask: What does this mean? What does that signify? In Dornach no
    • of the zodiacal signs, were the products of phantasy. They are not
    • insights. And it is significant that it is said in the Bible that
    • from all sides and build his form; we design Eurhythmy
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    • weight, for those who use it do not really know what it signifies.
    • ahead. The signs of the times stand with menacing significance before
    • balance the relationship between East and West. Here a significant
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    • of the rainbow, the sign and symbol of the Father God. But if we look
    • an understanding of this inner centre of man in its true significance.
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    • upon the significance of the testimony which came from Paul when,
    • immeasurable significance that Paul should have proclaimed his
    • significance to life. They knew only life; they did not know
    • for the first time, to feel that there is a significance in
    • Golgotha signified for the Gods an enrichment of wisdom, an
    • Gradually, however, the significance of death began to dawn upon
    • as an expression of earthly conditions but is of significance for
    • who well knew all that it signified to men. Paul said to himself:
    • What did this signify for Saul? It signified that the judgment
    • over, but studied with due realisation of their significance. In
    • beings, leading on to the esoteric significance of the Mystery of
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    • which signified nothing real.
    • significance. One might say that the very passage from Realism to
    • civilization — signifies that humanity has become completely
    • significance for mankind in the age when spiritual feelings were
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    • special heights, just because they conceal so many significant
    • these events in a light as significant as possible can face them in
    • strongly as possible with the significance of the present moment and
    • significant, important task of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch of
    • what we call Kamaloka, also what we designate as the Soul-World, and
    • of his soul, we discover a significant fact which moves us deeply,
    • preparing which will be very significant in the future. In this
    • gives to this “barefooted” conception in significant
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    • extraordinarily significant truth in the history of human
    • significant.
    • significance. Nevertheless, this primeval knowledge was
    • development contains nothing of what may be designated as knowledge,
    • knowledge. And it is very, very significant to penetrate really into
    • have a temporary significance.
    • may find them in insignificant facts, but we must be able to judge
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    • almost at every turn — to perceive signs of decline
    • these signs of our civilisation's decline and fall? To gloss
    • over such signs of decline in our civilisation, my dear
    • it.” For to attempt in any way to redress the signs of
    • merely signifies an abstraction. And it is an abstraction
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    • one significant example, we may choose a work of art which
    • passing through the ocean signify? Man can approach the
    • very significant thing we recognise in all these Initiations.
    • significant truth lies behind these things! A man of today
    • must know what this signifies. It represents a kind of
    • it is of great significance to find it recorded in our
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    • significant season.
    • even greater significance. We know that in the Mysteries
    • people knows what the first rule signifies. The first rule
    • matter of tremendous importance, signifying that the task
    • articulate. It was indeed a significant experience to have
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    • his soul are different from what they were designed to be. The
    • re-building of this Temple has an eternal significance in that
    • onward-flowing significance in the changing events of human
    • certain amount of resignation is demanded here, but not the
    • resignation which shrinks back before “boundaries of
    • knowledge.” In the Kantian sense resignation means that man is
    • resignation born of weakness, but there is another kind whereby man
    • This resignation leads him to the stage where he can bring to birth
    • the “higher man” — the Christ-man. He is resigned
    • resignation, for it says: “We pass from life to life with the
    • covering is now nothing but an empty shell and has no significance
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    • things are of course full of significance and beauty, but the point
    • social significance of hygiene is revealed in this example.
    • develop when we are able to measure their full significance for human
    • something else of extraordinary significance in our theme. For
    • dreamy people feel ill or showsigns of the reverse of health in their
    • his organic functions when they show signs of deviating from the
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    • earth, where it signifies the power to walk and stand. In the
    • pre-earthly life, balance and equilibrium signify the relation
    • in the air. For the sound itself, the air signifies no more than does
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    • Christ. The first signs are already visible. The ideas of Divine
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    • indicated, several times, something very significant. I stated that
    • were trained. When we consider this significant individual, we find
    • not use it. But Clemens designated what entered human capacity
    • is very significant), Clemens placed Greek philosophy — Plato
    • significant point. Indeed, we cannot emphasize too often that the
    • is the important fact. Evolution ceases within the most significant
    • significant and infinitely profound fact that we must keep in mind,
    • significant that this is presented to humankind in particular
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    • Men have always received into their language designations,
    • and the soul and spirit which we cannot in the first place assign to
    • of an underlying fact which is of deep significance.
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    • will know that they have no essential significance, although they are
    • of the egg, and shows signs that it might well owe its origin to
    • which we assign granite-formation and
    • and not the slightest sign of graded subsidences on the surface, but
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    • will see that this whole question gains special significance when we
    • is which can reveal itself to man as a great and significant truth:
    • cherries had the propensity of making a sign or mark somewhere or
    • other before disappearing into your mouth, then this sign would
    • sign of spirituality when anyone, — I have often spoken
    • I have just said becomes fraught with special significance when we
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    • wise without significance to the life limited to Central Europe. You
    • to which I referred when I spoke about the significance of colour, of
    • that for some years we have designated as the Christ is the result of
    • significant thing is that it really is all Rosicrucian. I say
    • Rosicrucian as a designation. We must make allowance for these
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    • official psychology respecting what we designate as the central point
    • designate as Saturn-existence what the Spirits of Will, consisting of
    • significance, it is absolutely no longer there. On this account it is
    • as winged angels etc., that does not signify. The rest will be given
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    • but far more a certain resignation, a renouncing. Take the very
    • is of no avail unless it is a sign of the renunciation rooted in the
    • renunciation, the creative resignation. It is indeed of immense
    • resignation, which we may experience in the soul, as a conception of
    • we bear in mind the idea of resignation or renunciation which we just
    • resignation by higher Beings. So now, on the Sun we see the following
    • discern what the realities are that underlie them. That resignation
    • renunciation of the sacrifice on the part of these Cherubim signifies
    • Time and Eternity. Through the resignation made by the Cherubim
    • resignation — so we see, speaking now of the ancient Sun alone,
    • Spiritual Beings, that they resigned the sacrifice and all that might
    • significance of resignation, the renunciation made by the gods during
    • reappearing as gas, or air. And with the resignation also
    • ‘resignation’ is within whatever takes place on ancient
    • as resignation we must think of in everything on ancient Moon,
    • or air. Resignation as it has now become appears in external Maya as
    • foundation is renunciation, or resignation. Wherever water is
    • a reflection; the only reality existing in it, is resignation by
    • be said, water could only flow in the world because resignation
    • raised. From resignation comes forth water; water is in literal truth
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    • have learnt to perceive in water what might be called resignation. It
    • have been designated “Spirits” may be looked upon as
    • wish to study that significant transition in the evolution of
    • resignation. In the soul described in the last lecture there is
    • greatness and significance to be found in resignation. None the less
    • beings whom we may designate as: Beings with wishes which are
    • Kleist described in the most significant manner what may live within
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    • is even to-day of profound significance. It is indicated in the
    • designate as a ‘wonder’, when they have no direct proof
    • Entities resigned it. The peculiar feature of the spiritual
    • to retain it within themselves. Thus we advance from Resignation,
    • significance death is neither more nor less than the attribute of the
    • death signifies the exclusion of any Cosmic substance or Cosmic Being
    • element of fluidity as spiritual resignation or renunciation, so must
    • annihilation and death. That declares to us nothing less significant
    • obliterate his most significant earth deed. For indeed we have seen
    • be seen. It is really remarkably significant to observe that this
    • heroes, in so far as they were of significance to the progress of man
    • renunciation and resignation. To these three truths we have to-day
    • greatest and most significant cosmic conceptions.
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    • this is the place where we are able to create a visible sign
    • significant of recent events. Consider also what has been
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    • can have a profound and truly significant effect on people to
    • highly significant consequences and we may be able to say
    • significance, however? It is more or less like this: On
    • play such a significant role in the present age.
    • tremendously important and significant, for it explains why
    • significant attempt made in the past which did not entirely
    • it is immensely significant that such a self-made man is
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    • themselves, from instinct. What is the significance of all
    • book. This is highly symptomatic and significant for our
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    • that we are getting to know grave and significant truths and
    • showing signs of disease, so that the inner life can achieve
    • body. It will be considered a sign of illness for anyone to
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    • extraordinarily significant instrument and much older than
    • only a very insignificant attachment.
    • Yet when something significant occurs in connection with this
    • they are deeply significant, for the path to which the work
    • do, however, include one idea of special significance, and it
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    • details, numerous characteristic and significant things to
    • anyone who can read the signs of the times knows that they
    • can somehow connect the significance of those teachers with
    • significance. Just think of the truly serious mood, the
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    • the ‘significant’ compared to the
    • ‘insignificant’, ‘general’,
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    • frequently spoken of the significant break which occurred in
    • signify? To see something like this in the right way, we can
    • it signify that the powers of the dragon, this crowd of
    • has profound significance. The people of the nineteenth
    • useful to consider this, for it has profound significance.
    • admit that such laws do not signify much when applied to a
    • influence of the spiritual world are indeed significant
    • would be a sign of being wide awake to make a fundamental
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    • would not think, would you, that profound, significant,
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    • issues will be particularly significant in the immediate
    • significant during childhood and youth in the near future.
    • significance of the Reformation and was written by Adolf Keller.
    • with penetrating thoughts. The significance of the
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    • partial understanding of the significant events of the
    • significance for human evolution. It did, of course, arise
    • relationship as the signature for the way affairs were
    • from the time of the significant events I have described to
    • is considered idealistic, when in reality it is an early sign
    • the spirits of darkness it is a sign of decline. The spirits
    • introduce the necessary signs of decline into human
    • Nothing is more designed to take humanity into its
    • phrases signifying that something which in spiritual terms
    • rise a little above ourselves to understand the signs of the
    • have never failed to recognize the profound significance of
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    • of the significant events which now present themselves to the
    • which are more significant than is often realized today. I
    • also spoken of the profoundly significant battle which took
    • what was behind this significant battle, or we might say
    • world, missions designed to make the blood bonds —
    • significant intrusion of the spiritual world; they certainly
    • significant. Anyone who is able to see more deeply into these
    • It is a profoundly significant symptom
    • The Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita.
    • with this there is a significant question which should really
    • and in all dignity, the profound significance of the fall of
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    • We have been reflecting on the significant
    • significance which lies behind all these things. As you know,
    • are therefore able to say that in the 1840s a significant
    • of profound significance has thus been initiated. One
    • significant. In the sixth post-Atlantean period of
    • significant insights and their interactions, such as those of
    • this is Lloyd George. For it is always significant when the
    • A significant battle is taking place among us, you will find.
    • teleology, the theory of design and purpose, which mattered,
    • spiritual entities and their designs and purposes.
    • This touches on a profound and most significant law of
    • Please take this as a highly significant truth: the will
    • to take up a theme which is not without significance for the
    • fundamental significance. There you have someone who has
    • will agree it is a good piece of proof, a sign of real
    • Press, is designed to point not to the realities but to
    • function to draw attention to significant elements in
    • will hear aspects called significant in these lectures which
    • are not considered significant in life outside, if you find
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    • this significant moment of growing awareness of our freedom and
    • intellectual fall is the great historical sign that a spiritual
    • For, when pride arises out of knowledge, that is always a sign that
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    • that man might approach a knowledge of Nature under the sign of man's
    • fall and not under the sign of an ascent from sin. The root of the
    • is a beautiful human being? this does indeed signify something. A
    • metamorphosis acquires significance only in the light of spiritual
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    • shall mention only this well-known and very significant passage in
    • significance of such a passage is generally overlooked. What does it
    • the external world as signs and symbols.
    • Signs that
    • from olden times without being understood. For example, the sign of
    • sign did not apply to the constellation of Aries as such but indicated
    • sign — the Sun in the constellation of Pisces —
    • knowledge and speak of its inner significance.
    • appeared. In this Calendar will be found signs that differ from those
    • significance, having nothing whatever to do with nationality.
    • by Dr Steiner and corresponding to each sign of the Zodiac.
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    • significant cosmic transgression — if we may call it so
    • into physical heredity. This is significant, for we here see
    • Labours and the Sun's revolution through the twelve Signs of
    • Earth depends on the Sun's passage through the twelve Signs
    • twelve Signs of the Zodiac. The priests were well aware what
    • passing of the Sun through the twelve Signs the Zodiac. Isis
    • of the Sun in its passage through the Signs of the Zodiacs.
    • deeply significant secret, which we must know if we would
    • are connected so significantly with the great and
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    • illustrate this by an example which is especially significant
    • significant way. Christmas is a so-called immovable Feast,
    • a meaning in it — important, significant, immense.
    • things he perceives. What is the significance of this
    • said something highly significant from this point of view. As
    • what a deep earnestness and significance is really contained
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    • Taurus, it signified something quite different than if it
    • his head is assigned to the heaven of the fixed stars; and
    • and significant Mystery for them) that after 72 years the
    • signify, transferred to Man; For the old astronomers it was
    • humanity were attached to theirs. Even the clearest signs
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    • designated as man's inner and outer being should be distinctly
    • designated vaguely in ordinary consciousness as man's outer and
    • abandons what we designated man's physical and etheric body, or
    • significance of the mineral substances which we absorb. Spiritual
    • you the picture, enabling you — as I once designated it
    • super-sensible knowledge, shows us all the SIGNIFICANCE OF FORMS,
    • animal kingdom on the other; we discover the whole significance
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    • connected illness, indeed death, with what was designated as sin.
    • has reached this point. But now we are facing a significant
    • cannot gather the significance of moral impulses for the future
    • what we may designate as the connection of man's super-sensible
    • able to assign to the Mystery of Golgotha within the evolution of
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    • doctor could ascertain that it was quite an insignificant
    • designated as nervousness and restlessness. One does all manner
    • designating things which ordinarily surround us, words which
    • develops which may be designated as a plastic, form-giving,
    • can be something quite insignificant; for instance, one's
    • process which Professor Schleich designates as death through
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    • to designate this physical-sensory world as MAYA, the great
    • wished to know something important and significant in life, it
    • designated as Maya. In the same way in which we speak of
    • significant task of the present times. We should feel that first
    • the most significant thought which we can have at Christmas is
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    • necessary to use different signs from those we use, for example,
    • when we write or speak; different signs must be used when
    • signs of these perceptions — for example, they can make
    • signs with a rod placed in their hand.
    • indicated, through signs.
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    • the study of freedom and its significance for the human
    • which gives a meaning to history. The significant, peculiar fact
    • freedom by an activity which I have recently designated in
    • significant that Nietzsche's friend, Overbeck, the truly
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    • may designate these powers as the Ahrimanic powers.
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    • now ask — and here we touch a significant Mystery of Spiritual
    • living feeling of the significance of the occurrence.
    • any other thought than that of resignation (continues Haeckel), of
    • the kind moves and lives in the whole world. So we must be resigned
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    • ourselves — and here we touch on a significant mystery of
    • seriousness and awareness of the significance of the event that
    • something other than resign oneself, saying that a person simply
    • Therefore resignation, seeing one's own way, is all there
    • sincerely and honestly. But this book is based on a significant
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    • significance of those Great Ones who have been the leading and
    • centuries before the Christian era. It is however significant that
    • would understand the significance of Zarathustra's teaching, we must
    • had an inkling of the significant difference between the cults of
    • great universe is reflected in each individual. The real significance
    • this Spirit. Herein lies the great significance of the doctrine.
    • sense of his teaching but merely see signs and symbols. Only those
    • who know how to build up these signs into a doctrine to which their
    • constellations. He knew too, how to decipher the signs in
    • Astronomy, and this circle was for them the outward sign of the way
    • light. The signs of the Zodiac through which Ormuzd passes in the
    • The signs of the Zodiac below the horizon are symbolical of the realm
    • summer and in winter and they differ with every sign through which
    • the Sun passes. The course of the Sun through the signs of the Zodiac
    • the Sun through all the light signs of the Zodiac — from Aries
    • course runs through the light or the dark signs of the Zodiac. Goethe
    • the veil of the world of sense. There is, however, one significant
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    • greater significance to study the culture and civilisation of ancient
    • significance that Kepler, at the very dawn of the development of
    • modern age. I have felt then that the significance of my message to
    • A certain very significant incident has been
    • the significance of this expression only dawns upon us when the light
    • that all these Legends, especially the more significant, contained a
    • visible in the Sign of Cancer, they knew that the Sun would shortly
    • enter this Sign and that its rays would charm forth all that the
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    • this is even of great practical significance. In fact, I am convinced
    • way to observe things in Nature. First, quite a significant idea is
    • continually saying “I” to yourself. What does this signify?
    • understand its significance. For as he spoke this word he saw himself
    • Fertilisation signifies that matter has first been destroyed. A minute
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    • for community on earth. This proves to be very significant when with the
    • sees into the state of sleep know that what he sees has no significance
    • something extraordinarily significant for disclosing the real secret of
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    • de Verano. Para entender el significado esencial de estos Misterios,
    • venían a él como revelaciones. Pero esto significaba que
    • destinado únicamente a significar que la ofrenda más
    • festivales de Verano tenían significado sólo en la medida que
    • significativamente presente en los tiempos del Misterio del Gólgota
    • significaba que el festival que alguna vez se celebra en los Misterios
    • está enraizada bajo el suelo de la tierra. Pero el significado de
    • cuando, comprendiendo lo que esto significa, se esfuerza por protegerse
    • nuevo habrá significado en el hecho de que en el momento en que la
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    • the instrumentality of consciousness is of great significance, it is no
    • time between going to sleep and waking is of great significance in its
    • significance for our deep inner nature as human beings.
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    • Schools of Ancient Wisdom the significant statement was made,
    • individual human being has the same essential significance as
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    • Yet if we wish to take into account the significance which
    • kernel which has the same significance as the species for an
    • same these things signify a reality, as we shall see in the
    • future with equanimity and resignation, will see that the
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    • bestowed upon humanity. It is a significant document, which
    • signs therein, one asks: what really is all this as compared
    • and dying. Various signs are connected with this: symbolic
    • keys, two intersecting triangles and the planetary signs. All
    • letting only these signs act upon us, then we experience
    • science, opens books containing those signs and symbols,
    • so great a significance for this city — the Cathedral.
    • those signs which surround him with the spiritual, and also
    • upon by the symbolic signs of the macrocosm and the Earth
    • incomplete. He must turn away from that fear-inspiring sign
    • refers to that profundity signifying the human soul as
    • wrought in love.” And we see the significance of the
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    • those beings who wanted to bring the significance of Christmas,
    • of the ‘Night of Initiation,’ near to mankind: the significance
    • significance for us. The first figure meets us when we turn our
    • short-sightedness which does not feel the whole significance of
    • of a modern poet, we can feel deep and significant things of
    • Assigned to me dominion o'er this world
    • noble, so full of significance, that humanity itself cannot
    • signification of love and love alone — that it is that we
    • we can feel the significance of the fact that it is just this
    • Christmas, the whole significance of love in the world and in
    • significance. But in this realm, ‘understanding’ cannot be
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    • had usually been designated by the title of nerves. By those
    • attach such importance to the outward signs which
    • to-day know about the real significance of Galileo?” As
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    • in physics and chemistry the utmost resignation prevails with
    • makes itself felt, a kind of resignation sets in. In
    • philosophy also we find the same resignation. You are
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    • self-knowledge is designated as the meeting with the Dweller
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    • clumsy way in these realms which are assigned to them by
    • way. In their inherent forces they often signify the opposite
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    • discover these significant complications of life. In a certain
    • consignment of poppy-seed cakes.’ Sure enough, early the next
    • are often able to characterise it very significantly.
    • following very significant theme into his story.
    • significant. For it shows us how the men of our time — if
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    • something, which is not only of significance for our Earth, but
    • human life in its significance, can be brought home to us most
    • to our souls what is of real significance for life. I have
    • are of any great significance for the question of heredity.
    • against each other. Unless we realise how much this signifies
    • given, many people fall into the trap. How deeply significant,
    • places. Often something quite insignificant will appear there;
    • but the insignificant, seen in the right connection, often
    • important or significant. For in many things in the world it is
    • significance when we unite them with the right concepts. I will
    • recognise its significance for the great tasks of the fifth
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    • This is of great practical significance. For it bears a
    • we bear this in mind, we recognise a significant connection.
    • its significance. But we must go on describing ever more
    • which was spoken by man had quite another significance for
    • man spoke to another had an altogether different significance
    • For us, they are conventional signs. We can no longer go to
    • Golgotha, words no longer have the same significance. For you
    • among men if words had preserved their old significance. Men
    • a far higher significance even than the Archangels, for
    • immense significance, is in effect the steam-engine which was
    • read what is generally considered insignificant. After
    • the significance for the Earth of the Sun-and-Planetary
    • significance? It is of very great significance for the
    • more significance for the cosmos. Needless to say, anyone who
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    • in order to discharge the great duties which are to be assigned
    • appearance and untruth. A sign pointing your way to the sense
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    • significant way the inner spiritual development of one who is
    • significance) — and when he has climbed the mountain he
    • this point he utters a significant word that only he can
    • He ponders long: What does this sign convey?
    • The sign he sees erected here on high
    • esoteric significance are now recounted by one of the Twelve to
    • significance: it shows the way to self-knowledge,
    • there were other signs. There were signs showing that he had
    • great secret Brotherhood which, under the sign of the
    • sign: the cross entwined with roses; this sign, which is at the
    • overcome by this sign of the Rose-Cross, portrayed in a
    • symbol but a very real sign. The dragon represents what has
    • Lo, in the middle one the mystic sign,
    • soul, and when he is awakened by a sign from his short rest he
    • men, will again appear in their deep significance for mankind
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    • maxim will have a certain significance for the activity of mankind in
    • whole epoch, assigns to the Folk Spirits their specific tasks, so
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    • Folk Spirits. We shall discuss later the significance of the
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    • sensations has no significance for the Archangels. That which is
    • the designs of the Archangels, groups with specially appointed tasks
    • we shall understand the designs they entertain for the races of
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    • consequences are highly significant. Let us assume for a moment that
    • his physical environment in a condition which is not designed for
    • of all we observe the first signs of man's development in
    • significance when man rediscovers his spiritual vision. Thus you will
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    • what this harmony signifies.
    • in man signify simply the creation of an active centre in his nature
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    • accordance with these determining factors the grand design is drawn
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 7. Advance of Folk Spirits to the Rank of Time Spirits.
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    • a special significance, and that from amongst the Semitic race Jahve
    • significance of the Semitic influence in the world and illustrates
    • therefore of the greatest significance occurred in the fourth
    • example illustrating the significance of this sacrifice. Although
    • the signal importance of Scandinavian mythology for the understanding
    • lies the great significance which the understanding of this mythology
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    • Significance of the figures that appear as Apollo and Minerva and so
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    • emphasize once again that the signs and symptoms of physical death
    • assign death in the human being or in the animal or plant to the same
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    • what will emerge from any further elaboration of the significant
    • however, Sif signifies the Group Soul of the individual community
    • significance of the Christ Being in their original form which
    • significance of Christ occupies a central place in philosophy and
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    • The Occult Significance of Blood,
    • played a significant role at certain periods. Now not only the mixture of
    • witness to His dominion on that plane. But mankind is designed to
    • twilight of the Gods embraces a significant vision of the future, and
    • recognizes the significance of Vidar and feels him in his soul, will
    • called upon to interpret from the signs of the times what is to come
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    • question to ourselves, then all the signs of the times show us that
    • have come about through centuries of development. The signs of
    • needed all over Europe in the future. It is a most significant
    • deep significance for a truly theosophical grasp of the whole of
    • significance of Goethe's action in immersing himself in the
    • sign of fruitfulness in what we have been doing for years past, we
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    • call attention now and again to such deeply significant features. It
    • symbol was also assigned to Aesculapius as the representative of
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    • contains — like an occult sign on which we can
    • sign and seal of the ether body, what in the human body is the ratio
    • occult sign and acquire a certain feeling for the proportional
    • is an occult sign; one can meditate on such signs; I have described
    • this script means to read the signs of the great world-wonders, which
    • on the occult signs, makes them real to himself, and then finds that
    • sign, which will lead us a step further into the nature of man.
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    • signifies the very highest experience of which we in our cosmic
    • Within the spiritual evolution of the Earth are mighty, highly significant
    • would remain behind, and the profound significance, the profound
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    • lead men away from the spiritual.’ This is the significance of
    • macrocosmic significance and this experience enabled them to make
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    • significant principles of knowledge, principles still today not fully
    • Dionysos was still deeper and more significant than all that they
    • acquired as distinct from what it may signify.
    • place which we designate as ideation, as mental representation, and
    • significance, then, has the brain, has the external bodily
    • work of the brain has precisely the same significance as a mirror has
    • consciousness of it, something of great significance. This physical
    • man has become young). This is an extremely significant expression!
    • this is something of deep significance. What Capesius calls
    • significant but puzzling reply: ‘Oh, thou race of brief
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    • into the meaning and the true significance of Spiritual Science, we
    • striking, something of the highest significance. One comes to know
    • must assign to the category of Luciferic beings all those of whom we
    • which would signify a kind of renewal from the spiritual world, a
    • possible? It was possible because this significant event of the
    • designate these two generations of gods working side by side by
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    • all-embracing significance of the figure of the Sphinx, which was
    • shadow-form, designated in esotericism as Man, came over as
    • parts. That is a most significant event. These forces from cosmic
    • designated yesterday as one stream of the divine world. But if you
    • space which is represented to us in the sign of the dove at the
    • more significant Lucifer appears to him, and he has to retrace his
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    • of all their efforts, he is afraid of this pride. That is the significance
    • deepest significance the saying of St. Paul, Not I but Christ in
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    • wrote these significant words: “What would all the
    • great significance when we thus see how a uniform spiritual essence
    • evolution of humanity? The gaze falls upon a significant epoch, —
    • was meant to signify. Then during the age of the Emperors, when Rome
    • signature strongly into the spiritual life that was developing on the
    • they behold the inner in the outer. It is significant to see the inwardly
    • with it's new and significant interpretation of the Homeric gods. These
    • urge of the human soul may signify, cannot but feel security and hope that
    • we can understand the significance of certain words of his which express
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    • signal which retransmits through the keys of one apparatus will appear
    • again as a signal on the other apparatus. But in the case of what fills
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    • lectures. Hence I must crave your pardon if many of the names and designations
    • on the Iliad itself we find many a word of resignation which shows us
    • in superhuman significance. And then what enigmas in the contents! Something
    • of Mariata seems to me so significant that one might see therein the
    • to describe it as we designate a soul-force to-day when we speak of
    • Kriemhilde, the wife of Siegfried. What the two figures signify cannot
    • antiquity, — all this we assign to the sentient soul, assign it
    • epic gains a profound significance when we see in it clairvoyant descriptions
    • of the most significant, most pregnant, most magnificent national epics
    • then Kalevala becomes very specially significant. Here we are led specially
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    • valid judgment as to the significance of external events cannot
    • no less significant for the whole development of the world and of man
    • woods and mountains and find signposts at cross roads, he may find
    • signposts” there in the astral light, inscribed in
    • spiritual script. But these signposts have a quite special
    • signpost signifies.
    • significance, the prosaic does not remain prosaic. Just as we find
    • notices to help us find our way — and we find signposts
    • important spiritual signpost in the astral light. Time and time
    • inscribed in highly significant spiritual script:
    • significant for man, are inscribed, as I have said, in the astral
    • fruiting of the earth-forces — all this is no less significant and
    • signifies.
    • signifies an inner process of combustion, but we must not picture
    • processes — it has a tremendous, decisive significance
    • the Ahrimanic powers. All this has significance for the cosmos
    • understand their inner spiritual significance on the one hand, and if
    • soul-spiritual significance especially at Michaelmas. Then a man can
    • forged. Men must come to see the great significance of the following
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    • does this signify for the cosmos?
    • the whole nature of the Earth signifies when we look at it not from
    • what does this activity signify? It signifies that the air up above
    • something of immensely profound significance.
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    • this has the deepest significance for
    • soil. But this very loss signifies for the limestone an inner access
    • period, all this had great significance.
    • Goetheanum was designed for all of it — then at Easter there
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    • formative power in a wonderful plastic design, but a design that
    • design, and feels every silver-gleaming line down there to be within
    • significant figure who rises before our souls out of the
    • impression that we must look around to find out what it signifies.
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    • the book of Nostradamus, comes upon the sign of the Macrocosm:
    • its full significance before our souls only if we have in mind the
    • significance of the Gabriel forces, the nutritive forces, in man. But
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    • town about the significance and the content of the Christ
    • significance. Truly, Christianity makes a strange entry into
    • personality of real significance. But if we ask about his
    • and it was their work that produced the most significant
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    • significant moment when, as in a solar eclipse, the physical
    • Cosmos really signifies! I cannot help it if — in
    • a sign in the Cosmos. And when one opens the soul to it, what
    • Cosmos in a stupendous sign of the occult script. I have said
    • And now comes a second mighty sign, whereby again there is
    • were in a mighty language of signs, a symbol of something
    • earth in such signs a happening like an eclipse of the sun and
    • this unique cosmic sign can ever appear again to men
    • — yet for all that, the sign was there.
    • which I will designate as the mysteries of the Fifth Gospel.
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    • experiences which signified, for Him, what the transition into
    • the Spirit-Land signifies for the human being: for Christ, this
    • feeling of what Christ's sacrifice really signified. It was the
    • that are, in reality, profoundly significant are so often
    • understand the real significance of the Christ Impulse in the
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    • significant than that of the Spirit who had inspired the
    • second significant event, the second significant climax in the
    • It was a great and significant vision into which Jesus of
    • dead at the altar of the heathen cult, and the significance of
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    • things took place of profound significance not only for the
    • what the Event of Golgotha signified for the evolution of
    • ponder what lived in this soul after the significant
    • treasures of ancient Hebrew wisdom, what significance would it
    • significant utterance: Even if all the ancient Mystery-cults
    • and most significant conversation with the Essenes, I saw
    • us try to picture the infinite significance of this event! Let
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    • precious and significant. When, like a tributary into a river, they
    • halves to have their significant influence upon one another. This
    • a significant way for our consciousness, but for the whole of our
    • indicating something immensely significant, which shows how the world
    • — that will be the characteristic sign of this movement and of
    • men who wish to be united in the sign of spiritual science. We will
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    • significance of this for man's inner life is extraordinarily
    • becomes a vitalized thinking. This is the significant
    • is internally differentiated, and we learn the significance of
    • particularly significant; but essentially an animal's
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    • his human dignity and his true significance as a man, that the
    • which it has eternal significance?
    • extraordinarily significant. They include Richard Wahle's
    • The Whole of Philosophy and its End, which is designed
    • reaching any significant conclusion about mental life, and that
    • these preparatory ones, and which are designed to draw
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    • see the grandeur of the most significant riddles of existence
    • significant words: “The Germans have an aesthetic
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    • significance it has assumed in recent civilization, just as
    • spirit ceases to have the significance of something abstract
    • constructive ones, we must understand the significance of
    • significant symbol: the crucifix, the raised cross with
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    • if we reflect on the significance of this capacity for our
    • significant for our time.
    • perceive how the really significant truths support one another
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    • Anyone who has taken in the full significance of my lectures so
    • significance that this power of the intellect has shown itself
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    • course of centuries and have changed so significantly as
    • Karl Marx is of extraordinary significance. The rigidly
    • observe a significant difference. In the Chinese Socialism
    • And in the form that is socially significant for us today,
    • peculiar interest. In an extraordinarily significant treatise
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    • scarcely anyone who does not have something really significant to
    • shall be able to understand the precise significance of the
    • been said from various standpoints about the significance of
    • significant in it. But the point that above all others is still
    • his art as providing an impetus — the full significance
    • emphasized as significant when we come to describe the source
    • extraordinarily significant. But when something like this is
    • phenomenon turns out to have a quite different significance in
    • significance. I pointed out that, with a sound
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    • needs. Mankind has had to become resigned about
    • provide human beings with things of human significance, if we
    • “superstition.” Superstition, which signifies the
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    • shrewd, can be of no significance unless men accept it —
    • put into practice the wisest designs and establish, in a given
    • the significance, for social life as a whole, of the fact that
    • significant and sensible. If you follow what went on in the
    • out something that is designed to produce a cure. But now you
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    • are of such significance to these peoples just because, while outside
    • impulses of our evolution and the signs of our time can recognise this
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    • such significance to these peoples just because, while outside the
    • the impulses of our evolution and the signs of our time can
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    • specially significant figure in the twilight of the 4th
    • connected in a significant way with just this. Now, as this
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    • architectural function, which originate in human design and are
    • particularly interesting and significant because it shows
    • significance of this spiritual scientific trend. Of such voices
    • age at all finds many signs of the times; but they are all
    • signs of longings.
    • paths of conscious design.
    • design. This principle is not yet found.” This is how the
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    • forces of evolution, will find renewed significance in a memorable
    • idea had no significance for external, so-called objective nature.
    • This conversation is a symptomatic, significant indication
    • significant phrase about Goethe in his Anthropology, which is
    • significant through their application, and throw great light
    • following significant words: ‘I see and have always seen in
    • wrote a criticism of this book, and in it there are significant
    • have been a significant sight at meal-times, when the tables of the
    • deep significance every point and every fact has.
    • between them is significant. The Snake calls herself a relative of
    • figures, the Golden King puts the very significant question:
    • just pictures, but that they also have a significant
    • And now come the most significant words of the whole
    • Now we come to a very significant point in the story. As
    • life. The Old Woman then says something significant: she repeats
    • points this out significantly — what is hopeless is to be
    • King with the Sword, accompanied by the significant words:
    • What is still specially significant is the part played by
    • of Augustenburg, and Schiller wrote this significant sentence in it:
    • uttered significant words when he said: ‘That which is
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    • prominent and significant principle expressed more or less clearly in
    • in the Will-o'-the-Wisps is a sign of worthlessness, as we are also
    • dies.’ A significant saying! Man, who does not die before he
    • significance, and if we enter into one more explanation, it
    • That is what Faust says, without knowing its significance.
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    • One may well ask whether these lines may not have signified
    • the signs of the planets, drawn in a wonderful way, a flying dragon
    • These mysterious signs and words must have made a great
    • curiously mixed up with signs of a chaotic nature, still
    • significance and had become a living problem for poets, especially
    • which he referred — in which Faust perceived the sign of (lie
    • the remarkable sign of the two interlaced triangles and the two
    • lower one the physical — with the signs of the planets in the
    • depth of feeling on perceiving other signs closely connected
    • book is turned over and in place of the sign of the great world,
    • there appears the sign of the little world, the pentagon, and its
    • the signs of the microcosm, the little world. He expresses this
    • in a world of the good, or consider it significant or important. In
    • filled with self-denial and resignation, ready to investigate
    • universe. Through a patient sacrificial resigned search, the fruits
    • This is a way which we must designate as an esoteric one.
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    • everywhere significant. It is not possible to enter upon this
    • significance to-day. It will be in any case the task of this study
    • only who is worthy can tread slowly and with resignation. He shows
    • battle for Faust's soul — a significant and remarkable
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    • pegs placed in the earth and marked with some sign. Or here and
    • there a sign made upon a wall. Such memorials were to be found
    • signs. And from this habit, so naturally acquired by men in
    • are however the relics of the ancient monuments and signs put
    • nature of memory was connected with the setting up of signs and
    • I will set here or there a sign, or token; or, I will
    • connection with signs or tokens. I will, for instance, hang a
    • before our eyes in order to realise its significance in the
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    • that was of very great significance. He came to a region that
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    • is a very significant document; in comparison with the account
    • delighted especially in picturing it. It is indeed significant,
    • significance of this moment in the history of Macedonia reaches
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    • very significant. For there was yet another difference between
    • of humanity. In order to gain an insight into the significance
    • significance for later times. Of the first importance however
    • medieval and modern, or however else they may be designated
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    • significance of the events we have been considering, events
    • terrible and significant death — of Julian the Apostate
    • times of year. There the first sign of personality makes its
    • rise of what we designated ‘memory in time.’ This memory in
    • understood by very few in its full significance. It is there,
    • fruitless undertakings are fraught with deep significance for
    • fire has a tremendous significance.
    • shall not however be able to judge of its full significance
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    • under the sign of a painful memory, and I want to place
    • the sign of that painful memory. The lecture I was able to give
    • significance. By the time of the 13th and 14th centuries it had
    • belong to the Spirits whom we designated as those of the second
    • use of manifold signs and symbols; our speech has to be wide
    • that was significant of the deepest unhappiness and grief to
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    • have ears to hear, direct and significant experiences in
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    • soul-force concerning which even significant philosophers of
    • naturally acquires significance only when one can answer it
    • just designated as silence of the soul, I will for once use a
    • either in words or in some kind of signs, all that comes to me
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    • dream. It is of immense significance that man should at the present
    • Spiritual life, significant in the most eminent degree, significant
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    • signifies a conscious union with the waking Earth-spirit. It
    • perverted so as to bring to consciousness the significance of
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    • this above all for it is a deep and significant truth: that
    • ask: What significance has all this? It has a great
    • significance, for fundamentally speaking, in our present
    • these organs distinguishes itself inwardly and significantly
    • the world. What does this signify? It signifies nothing else
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    • the will and the significance of reason and wisdom in human
    • important that one should bear in mind the moral significance
    • profound moral significance and moral weight of which he even
    • significant statement of love, and this statement must become
    • fundamental significance of the Mystery of Golgotha. So that
    • impulse signifies the evolution of the earth itself.
    • contained a very significant hint. That has been done for
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • A dominant scientist, this scholar speaks of the significance
    • mayors of Frankfurt were chosen. This fact alone signifies the
    • there is a profoundly human significance; the fingers of his
    • exceptional significance to him. In order to judge with what
    • designate it,
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • intervened significantly in Goethe's life. After he had spent
    • significance into the life of a human being. Undoubtedly, it
    • biographers generally wish to reveal. The significance of an
    • only has an external significance but may also possess
    • called from Frankfurt to Weimar. What does this signify in his
    • significant tendency in Goethe.
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • significant out of their inner nature, as he did especially
    • significance? We compare such an important life and work with
    • another essential, important thought. Something significant for
    • But it is not because of this a less significantly vivid life.
    • profoundly significant connections in the animal realm cause us
    • experienced a significant discord. To be sure, today it is more
    • then, is the significance of this interplay and alternation of
    • accomplishes: first the most insignificant work in a profession
    • Superior achievements are an end; the most insignificant work
    • way. A seed often appears quite insignificant beside the
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • real vocational life is by no means so insignificant for the
    • significantly great for the evolution of the world the very
    • cosmic significance. Many people might think that a depressing
    • the world process and there have their significance. Those
    • way. Through the vibrations of the air caused by this signal,
    • construct machines with signals that can be governed only by
    • different vibrations when they make these signals, and the
    • human beings when they understand how to observe the signs of
    • shall continue our reflections regarding the significance of
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    • not be confused with what we designate, in the broadest sense,
    • soul must first investigate the significance of such a ruin in
    • investigations, they burrow aimlessly in the fields assigned
    • this plays a significant role in our life from the moment of
    • act in such a way that their significance is the exact opposite
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • is a significant poet of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch through
    • insignificant it seems, this is extraordinarily important. One
    • individuals who do discover significant complexities of life
    • assigned an important, significant task. He was to prepare a
    • can make quite significant comments on it.
    • following significant material into his story. He narrated a
    • most significant since it shows us that today whose who wish to
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • something destined not only to have significance for our earth,
    • of vocation, a knowledge of the significance of the immediate
    • called your attention to a significant fact that may, in a
    • this point has significance for the question of heredity.
    • each other and, unless we realize the significance of this for
    • earlier times the individual was more significant; that more
    • significant fact that the age is taking on a certain character
    • in opposition to it in the public press, designating it as a
    • significant that destiny chooses 1916. Had we calculated for
    • different concepts but they are not at all more significant or
    • that this was decidedly significant for the
    • insignificant, but when seen in the right connection, it
    • be significant. Here the same thing may be said regarding many
    • significance of one thing or another is not to be found in what
    • significance of things must be recognized by associating the
    • its significance in reference to the mission of our fifth
    • and possibly designed to maneuver the people to a point where
    • I have said how significant that Chinese book is, I also feel
    • contrasting movements that are most significant for today; much
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • he was most successful; indeed, he made significant scientific
    • goodwill of the right honorable Signor Aeneas Piccolomini,
    • obligation both to the right honorable Signor Aeneas and also
    • that are, perhaps, of far less significant value have a great
    • discovery that has had significance ever since. This event was
    • Galileo Galilei has a certain significance in history.
    • no significance for the concerns of the spiritual world, that
    • great significance for the earth. What, then, was the substance
    • significance when he bears it through the portal of death and
    • is precisely with significant, distinguished human lives that
    • lowest point — or, as the materialists might designate it, the
    • let us ask whether such views are without significance for
    • suddenly I understood the significance of the mood that had
    • The people who met me bore the unmistakable signs of
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • has immense practical significance and is most important
    • bear this in mind, we see a highly significant connection; that
    • deeply significant light. But our characterization must become
    • significance of this event. The question may be asked how the
    • men had an entirely different significance for the rest of
    • have conventional signs. We can no longer go to the human being
    • Mystery of Golgotha, words no longer possess this significance;
    • Christ can have a far higher significance than even an
    • the enormously significant steam engine that is used universally
    • considered least significant. After all, this (here the letter
    • the planets possess a profound significance for our earth when
    • significance when we copy them here in miniature and cause them
    • has profound significance for the cosmos. Here you see directly
    • different forces having an entirely different significance for
    • magic signifies progress, and the earth will continue to make
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    • these remarkable lectures, we can see that no human work is insignificant
    • Being signifies for the earth, we must first acquaint ourselves
    • significant contradiction that the Mystery of Golgotha belongs
    • less significant, but highly regarded, ancestor. That is to
    • merely in a dream, but in a dream-like image that signified
    • signifies that it passes over into the spiritual worlds, into
    • a significant personality for human evolution, he thus
    • entrance of the Divine Man into history signified an important
    • because it signifies that, whereas it is possible through mere
    • constitutes the significance of the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • estimate how materialistic it was to designate the moon as the
    • even higher than the archai. What does this signify? Let us
    • God, who beareth the sins of the world.” The full significance
    • must admit that their number is insignificant in relation to
    • an extraordinarily significant fact, isn't it, that one of the
    • should be counted among the most significant pronouncements of
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    • seen how deeply and with what significance it has taken hold
    • destined to be spread over the deep, the significant and
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    • significant conceptions that must be gained concerning the
    • profound significance. As the negative impression of the
    • membering of man that has the present in view signifies,
    • senses the signs of the Zodiac, and you have Ram, Bull,
    • Twins, Cancer, Lion, Virgin, Scales, seven signs for the
    • towards the senses — and what in the cosmos signifies the
    • century; that this significant invention took the place in
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    • significance has this in the whole cosmos?
    • bring meaning and significance into this confusion if he does
    • still full of matter. To have these holes is a sign of over
    • of empty abstractions, and at the same time signifies that we
    • the great significance of the transition from that
    • scientific books, and it is taken as a great and significant
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    • the first building specially erected and designed for anthroposophical
    • has immense significance in social life.
    • Order, and often pointed out, that it Is a sign of
    • signs of detriment. And so it is with the money-system too:
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    • go on in the human soul, and which are of significance to the
    • develop logic in our thinking, — logic that is designed
    • significant material. However, despite this, science has really
    • has no significance for the moment, but only after death. These
    • no significance for our present development, but which
    • will have significance after death, and which shines into those
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    • significant conclusion that “the most valuable thing
    • us take as another example what happened to a not insignificant
    • significant for human evolution. Lamprecht describes various
    • Karl Lamprecht sees something significant in applying to his
    • significant man, Friedrich Theodor Vischer, had a kind of
    • began to be significant, to become intellectual. History really
    • a significant and tremendous change in the whole of human life,
    • personal experience. I was shown the significance of the
    • monument is a celestial globe as a sign that this man
    • had occasion to refer to a most significant thinker who once
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    • naturally has quite a different significance, must be applied
    • described as leading to this significant experience. Only in
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    • this is a significant statement, coming from one so familiar
    • significant person, one of the most eminent pupils of Ernst
    • achievements of natural science are, however significant
    • significance in his inner life. It is like not being able
    • whatever their significance, whatever kind of picture of the
    • most important and significant faculties of the soul that we
    • significant scientific thinker, does not say who he is.
    • of the discovery of one of the most significant facts, namely
    • the significance of Eduard von Hartmann!
    • says at the end of a significant book — and these are now
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    • acquires a quite special significance for the present.
    • had to design such a building a second time, I would do so
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    • connection with the Earth, signifies also certain
    • picture, it is a reality of the deepest significance when one
    • the vision of the heavens, that signifies nothing immediate
    • has a deeper significance for the entire evolution of a human
    • no significance for the future of the Earth; but the Earth
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    • plausible merely in theory but to interpret what the signs of
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    • significant than is usually recognised — that in the
    • In this there is something of very vital significance. It is
    • significant representatives in Julius Robert Mayer, follows
    • this is a point of tremendous significance in the life of
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    • special significance — a significance which is not there
    • consciousness will be of great significance, especially
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    • the West, I tried to bring home to you the significance
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    • significance everything gains that recent painters have
    • stopped short halfway. Many of Signac's pictures seem so
    • recognise that a design might be called the work of colour
    • use of colour so that, in a mysterious way, the design
    • into being, the design able to make its appearance, definite
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    • significant experience, sharing that in regard to painting
    • great significance for man, namely, the line through the
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    • I were to tell you what is really signified by the decay of the numberless
    • have given you some idea of the significance of all that lives in our
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    • in all the Mysteries there were written the significant
    • the will and the significance of reason and wisdom in human
    • important that one should bear in mind the moral significance
    • profound moral significance and moral weight of which he even
    • significant statement of love, and this statement must become
    • fundamental significance of the Mystery of Golgotha. So that
    • impulse signifies the evolution of the earth itself.
    • contained a very significant hint. That has been done for
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    • became ever increasingly significant for the earthly man; for
    • to learn anything about the significance of death and birth in
    • significant fact that a divine being resolved to go through
    • scanty way, of the significance of the teachings which the
    • death signifies an incisive break, and in which, during the
    • will never grasp death in its significance for human life, even
    • acquire it, at that significant moment of history, for the
    • learn to understand that the most significant teachings have
    • significant symptom of our time that a teacher of theology in
    • humanity of our time. A significant service which it can render
    • significant teachings of a God's experience in the human
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    • in the world of special significance for himself —
    • Christ — that Being Whom we designate as the Christ, Who
    • is of unique significance as an Avatar-Being. We should seek
    • we are able to study what the exact significance is when an
    • descent to earth of an Avatar-being has the significance,
    • mission, was to be assigned to some one, it could best be
    • especially significant: namely, that through the descent of an
    • significance through the appearance of the Christ
    • humanity one of the most significant phenomena. What I
    • we ordinarily designate as scholasticism.
    • general you can consider it a sign that people really have no
    • and it is always and everywhere the sign of a decline as
    • that the wish for discussion may really be taken as a sign of
    • mission, has been assigned to this Movement for Spiritual
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    • but — like a sealing wax impression in a signet —
    • significance as an earthly human being; knows that it is
    • of the human soul something very significant is actually said.
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    • that points to significant aspects of humanity's evolution,
    • by spiritual-scientific investigation, and the significance
    • with the significance Theosophy can have in the lives of
    • to significant questions can be found in modern science, see
    • This is a sign
    • important that the full significance of religion is
    • that a new cult arose in each, with special significance for
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    • from hell, Mephistopheles. Faust is to sign the pact in
    • sign the agreement, and as he does so, the blood, flowing
    • enemy of blood and for that reason demands the signature
    • deed is signed in blood rather than in neutral ink. The
    • blood. It is quite obvious that Faust must sign in blood, not
    • significance of blood, this special fluid that in human
    • at the significance of blood in human evolution and its role
    • ruled by its blood. When the significance of blood is
    • beautiful, is also significant; that it is justified will be
    • ” What is here described is of immense significance,
    • signifies what today is expressed by the word
    • generations, designating what they had in common with one and
    • nation the world over describes a significant moment in
    • It was a significant moment in the history of mankind when
    • evil says: “Sign your name to the pact in blood; once I
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    • dawning understanding for the fact that the significance of
    • the significance of suffering. Let us look at one such
    • why thoughtful people ascribe such a significant role to
    • immense significance.
    • only as a sketch, as an indication of the significance of
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    • a fundamental and significant law: Whenever beings reach a
    • physical bodies. They are designated as Luciferian beings, or
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    • divine spark. The designations of everything else we share
    • have no effect whatever. But of the greatest significance is
    • the child should not learn the significance of the letters of
    • information and narration, the lives of significant people
    • What is of utmost significance for the young person at this
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    • What is significant is that these organs are built up by the
    • understand their significance when we investigate how human
    • that the change of teeth is a significant event. Up to the
    • might be designated as the inner architect, but the external
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    • twelve onwards. The preliminary signs are depression,
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    • meaningless suppositions was pointless. The most significant
    • all the signs of someone dying. One doctor remained calm, the
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    • certain significant laws. These are laws that apply in
    • can be summed up in two significant words: imitation and
    • teeth are the outwardly visible sign that the bones and
    • can also be summed up in two significant words:
    • deepest reverence and respect is of great significance for
    • is also detrimental to healthy development. It is a sign that
    • judgments have significance and are taken into account when
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    • what study of it signifies, is known only to initiates.
    • significant picture.
    • me at once make clear how to depict it. A widely used sign is
    • intertwined figure 6's. This sign is used for indicating and
    • is a sign for this event; the inward-turning spiral signifies
    • whose sign is the intertwining spirals — a sign you find
    • hundreds and thousands of such signs that the pupil gradually
    • learns. The signs are not arbitrary; they enable those who
    • many who make use of occult signs, even people like Eliphas
    • Levi. This can provide an idea of what the signs look like,
    • usually erroneous. The signs used to be regarded as sacred,
    • the significant point is that this exchange takes place
    • of great significance is between the eyebrows at the root of
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    • Furthermore, he saw art as playing a significant role in
    • thinks and feels is not without significance or value for the
    • that his inner feelings have significance for others, or that
    • is meant by this, let us look at a significant legend from
    • mission of the magnitude Richard Wagner has assigned to
    • create. He assigned to himself the mission to create a work
    • spoken at this point are most significant:
    • events of greatest significance. In France, Scotland, England
    • grow and develop; he was not significant because of his
    • world-historical background and significance. And we must
    • recognize that an understanding of this significance dawned
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    • significance.
    • significant words at the beginning of the Apocalypse.
    • importance and significance of the name. Certain rules were
    • recognized to be his significance to the world.
    • significance of bestowing names. For example, if someone had
    • we hear the significant words: “Tell the people that
    • refer to? He points to the deepest and most significant
    • tiny insignificant seed, which can however develop to
    • insignificant, will become by far the most important. The
    • illustrates the significance connected with the giving of a
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    • lived anew in signs and symbols protected from the outer world. They
    • designate by the name which he had for the outer world during two
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    • science. The Westerner portrays how little significance
    • most significant and fundamental — remains unconscious
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    • his Manas what we designate as Buddhi.
    • John the Evangelist designates it as the Divine Creative Word.
    • signifies: Christ Jesus indicates the time when the drops
    • designated as the Mystical Supper. This image had the
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    • who designates the (Milz) as “spleen”. And that
    • is an extraordinarily favorable designation, because the spleen is connected
    • bowels. Therefore “spleen” is an extraordinarily good designation,
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    • significance to the fact that he was only a simple man who
    • significance than what happened to the person on the physical
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    • drawing your attention to the full significance and difficulty
    • significance of this question. But we have not yet fully
    • significant thing “time” is — what we so
    • was signed that Faust was possessed by a devil. We, however,
    • significant indeed. Time puts such things right. I only wanted
    • What does this signify? It means that sympathy and antipathy,
    • signify that the one was brought up well and the other badly.
    • something relatively simple yet of tremendous significance
    • significance. We think a thought. It is now within us.
    • course of historical events and the significance of today's
    • greater significance than what is presented to our senses. What
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    • see such significant world events as those of the present, we
    • has not only a theoretical significance but also a very
    • significant a light as we should.
    • we die at an unusual time, die young, significant things can
    • can arise from such significant events as those of the present,
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    • ideas, and the resultant movement we designate
    • will see no sign of any thought, no sign of anything
    • only describe as drunken and intoxicating words. No sign of
    • significant truth of this fact. The I expresses the
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    • special significance in our time. In our time if a faint
    • significant than what the single individual can think and
    • speaking of it for the most part, everything significant is
    • things are extraordinarily important and significant, for
    • significance? Do not most people imagine the spirit—as
    • between man and man, men must learn to experience significant
    • there in little has significance for the whole of world
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    • ground: something quite different! The significance of words
    • the dead; what he experiences with the deepest significance
    • will be of social significance for it is something binding
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    • appreciate the significance of such a matter. When, for instance, the
    • to the rein and showed signs of shying. The coachman said it was afraid
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    • to if men first received three signs. The first of these signs by which
    • The second sign would be
    • sign is becoming tired, the second is ceasing to have desire. The third
    • inner sign would be the sensation of most intimate joy felt by the soul
    • is modified to suit the time, namely: with those three signs I can now
    • against the three signs. One has only to meet them with understanding
    • signs, which John of the Cross sets up as signs on receiving which the
    • The first sign would be
    • what St. John of the Cross describes as the first sign. This sign is
    • as the granting of the sign.
    • The second sign is man's
    • The third sign is the experience
    • by the fact, the significant fact, that it is just our Spiritual Science
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    • of Protestantism the most significant part of the Mystery of Golgotha
    • significance of the earth would not have been fulfilled. And in this
    • evolution. This is what happened and this was the significance of it.
    • a peculiar significance underlies this very spreading of the Christian
    • had a significant life of soul, a life of soul, in a certain sense,
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    • Goethe's significance does
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    • and the sign of the macrocosm, turns away towards the other
    • sign which brings him to conjuring up of the Earth Spirit. Here
    • Book of Nostradamus, at the sign of the macrocosm —
    • world powers. The sign of the macrocosm expresses the world as
    • towards the revelation, and through the images of these signs,
    • turned away from the sign of the macrocosm: “What
    • another sign, which directed him to reveal the Earth Spirit.
    • revealed to him, and allowed himself to turn to the sign which
    • as insignificant, even gesturing a bit in Faust's manner.
    • knowledge as he does from the sign of the macrocosm. Goethe
    • illusion. As Faust stands before the sign which calls his soul
    • the macrocosm. Faust had to turn again to the sign of the
    • possible revelation in the sign of the macrocosm. We see Goethe
    • which the sign of the macrocosm had wanted to reveal to
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    • whereas each detail in the Building only has a significance in its connection
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    • of what evolution really is. The marvellous and significant thing is
    • If you were to ask me upon what principle this building is designed,
    • quite a different cause. In designing such a building as we have here
    • must be made, first, to demonstrate that a building which is designed
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    • as it were full consciousness of the significance of Death, not only
    • into your hearts, into your souls. To have experienced, signifies something
    • which one merely enquired its significance, in the central point of
    • proclaim things of the greatest significance — men take them only
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    • A significant
    • and it is significant that Goethe should have chosen this
    • peak of the animal world; in the very first design of
    • the same sign, the sign; and Moon and Silver by the sign. To
    • the modern man the application of the one sign used for Sun
    • signs.
    • start from Moon and Silver with the sign. Now if we go
    • that time, the word signifying a ‘Silver’ was
    • its hiding place, has direct significance only for external,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • dancing, are not assigned to the several characters. Now the
    • assigns what comes next Mephistopheles: it belongs, of
    • assigned to him in all editions). Only the first three lines
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    • significant, deep knowledge that we are obliged to recognise
    • upon the significant manner in which Goethe speaks in this
    • ‘Mothers’ is a name not without significance for
    • significant factor in Faust is development.
    • is wishing to set forth the most significant matters in this
    • such supreme significance, what is spoken in this scene is
    • a very prototype of a sentence signifying two different
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    • is most important. It is of deep significance when
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    • have to do with the great and significant life-question of
    • and Death in their supersensible significance? How much
    • significant a part is played by the Death of Christ! In the
    • Archangeloi. Precisely this will be the significant aspect of
    • told to them. In these, however, deep significant truths of
    • sometning deeply significant. Goethe was well aware that that
    • tells: how Eris assigned the apple to the most beautiful, and
    • signified the rulership of the entire Earth. Pallas Athene
    • Song of Homer describes how significantly Paris thereby
    • in childhood, are of great significance. And you may also
    • This is a typical feature; it signifies in the language of
    • have been consigned to death during two years and three to
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    • significant letter. I have often quoted this letter because
    • Greek thought, one receives a deep, significant and vivifying
    • significant dreams. In former years I have often told you
    • correct significance. That is why it is so difficult to come
    • experience that Goethe has shown. And it is very significant
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    • place they would impart significant knowledge concerning our
    • significant that he addresses the Moon, this remnant of a
    • through what is earthly, and belong to significant
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    • significant indications for the artist, belongs to the most
    • is so significant about Goethe, and why I tell you he can
    • monism of little significance, or they do not arrive at any
    • unconscious and the sub-conscious. What really is significant
    • significance and activity. He then makes all kinds of
    • have to speak of the significance for the present time of all
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    • special significance in foresaking the land and sailing out
    • Goethe is showing that he had a profound and significant
    • something overwhelmingly significant in Goethe beginning
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    • inner development that there lies the significance of this
    • significant Imagination from the Greek world-conception, in
    • nearest, most significant approach to the solution of the
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • the near future, experience a significant change. Hitherto,
    • brought about a deed of political significance. Whoever
    • significance. Let us suppose then that someone reads
    • significant name of Kreuzwendedich; neither is it all
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    • things: on the one hand, a state of absolute resignation in
    • life — a resignation, in short, with regard to all the
    • discover, co-existing with this attitude of resignation,
    • governing this region of dreams, and this will be a sign that
    • intellectually insignificant; the other endowed with a high
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    • were able to realise their full significance. It is difficult to find
    • It is a pity that the significance of certain words spoken by an
    • the habitableness of other planets, but no great significance is
    • very few people indeed realise the point of greatest significance,
    • means without significance in life. In the following lectures we shall
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    • acquires its real significance for us when it becomes our environment
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    • Now this has a significant bearing upon public life too, and it is of
    • remarkable and significant fact in the destiny of the peoples that the
    • significance only for the earthly life. Yet while man is developing
    • just this element in earthly life, something very significant develops
  • Title: Spirit of Fichte: Lecture I: The Spirit of Fichte Present in Our Midst
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    • that at this moment were showing signs of deep distress. The boy
    • a sign to be given him from the spiritual worlds as to what he
    • should do. The sign from within urged him to turn back, and he
    • France and the world with their imperious significance; making up
    • when Karl Leonhard Reinhold resigned his post at Jena University,
    • important point, which has significance for the whole of the German
    • accept the resignation which Fichte had not really meant to
    • significance of ideals, the significance also of practical life,
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    • significance. These word; express what people sensed in the most
    • in such a Christmas play should become signposts, as it were, by which
    • because what is most intimate, what is greatest and most significant
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • renewed significance at the present time. A short time ago the
    • its world-historic significance, and then be able to see how it can
    • be of increasing and special significance in our own time.
    • important lives there, of far greater significance than logical
    • indeed have significance. But its significance is not revealed in
    • but it is true — its significance depends also on the fact
    • the Iliad and the Odyssey most significant?) The story
    • spiritual. There is a deeply significant symbol in the fact that old
    • folk-soul, the nation-soul, signify to a man today? Certainly it is
    • It is full of significance
    • “How can we designate what Krishna says of himself and for
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    • up in ever-increasing wonder to the sign that meets us in the
    • deep significance of this moment.
    • world. The whole significance of mankind will be in the balance.”
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    • life. When a new, significant feeling thus arises, the horizon of
    • happen the change is of very great significance because it
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    • take with him from the ordinary world something we designated as an
    • considering its deeper significance. A famous medical authority in
    • thirtieth year. Here we have a matter of the deepest significance.
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    • nineteenth century, there have been signs of an altogether different
    • this new trend so people do not notice it in its full significance.
    • the great significance for Western spiritual evolution of that moment
    • was so significant about Bruno's deed in explaining to men how the
    • of somewhat greater significance than that of waking and sleeping.
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    • significance. Then there follows this most profound mystery.
    • always be of most profound significance. Up to the tenth discourse we
    • signifies the same as the mere sum total of all individual human
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    • the Krishna impulse signifies incarnated in the body of the Luke
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    • Gita, something of immense significance because it led men to
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    • have been designated at that time as sour or sharp. For our
    • This may penetrate our feelings with deep significance. It may also tell us
    • what he, through the continued working of his impulse, still signifies
    • months have shown — and my speaking here on this significant
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    • has been designated in the Mysteries of all ages as “The Approach
    • significant experience. Imagine a man coming to the boundary he has
    • comes to the significant experience, one that forces itself upon him:
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    • experiences much that is significant in the higher worlds through such
    • body.” It is a significant experience that occurs at this point,
    • be designated as “The resounding through all space of the Music
    • such a form that through the inner significance it expresses it can be
    • to recognise oneself in one's deeper significance as man.
    • world had a serious but resigned world-outlook. They knew her, the
    • significant Word, “I AM THE I AM”, (“Ejeh asher
    • which gave significance to those super-sensible worlds in that they
    • another world. This was the significant and remarkable part of the
    • it, and what this standing there signifies has been brought home to us
    • mourning and resignation. It will now be our task, in the boat of
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    • the Sun and Moon as they pass through the signs of the Zodiac. (I am
    • and Moon during their passage through the signs of the Zodiac. The
    • of the cosmic forces through the signs of the Zodiac were those called
    • sign of these peculiarities, but on the contrary displayed a certain
    • important and significant results which must be drawn from these
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    • most general sense, signifies this power of transmutation.
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    • The rôle played by the pineal gland was thus of great significance.
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    • or significant, must be to dominate, regulate and hold them under the
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    • stigmata may even appear on his skin. This is the sign that he is ripe
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    • fell with the Sun in the sign of the Bull, a fact expressed in the
    • before that again, the vernal equinox fell with the Sun in the sign of
    • Vedas was beginning, the Sun at the vernal equinox was in the sign of
    • Cancer, (inscribed as the sign of cancer) indicating the end of one
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    • symbols are: the cross, the sign of life; the pentagram or
    • five-pointed star, the sign of sound or word; the hexagram or
    • six-pointed star (two interlaced triangles) the sign of the macrocosm
    • clairvoyance, these signs — which we today delineate in abstract
    • indicate, so to say, the norms and laws of creation. These signs were
    • The Initiates translated their visions into such signs and symbols.
    • certain sign that this entrance has been made is a conscious
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    • occultism by these three signs: —
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    • significance of Ptolemy's system will be recognised again in ages to
    • signify, on the other hand, the advent of happiness, the reign of the
    • ‘elect.’ Man will bear the signs of the seven great phases
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    • signifies the first stage of initiation.
    • prickling or stinging all over the body — a sign that
    • It signifies that he is completely taken up into the
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    • this sentence signifies. What one formerly considered as
    • ancient Palestine one designated as a “Lion”, he
    • this grade signify? For him everything individual has
    • have the significant words, “Verily, verily I say unto
    • Thus he said, signifying what death he should die. The people
    • John. This is significant. Let us clarify the meaning of this
    • had a significance. Suppose someone was called James
    • this, I signify that he belongs to the watery element. If I
    • signifies air (Ruach). Thus, John means he who has attained
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    • superior to the animals. We must realise the tremendous significance
    • recognised by a certain sign. An ordinary man shows no resemblance either
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    • is a murder. The full significance of this saying can be appreciated
    • sense was there already without the significance it now has. The world
    • that has life forms its Ocean. Everything that pleasure and pain signify
    • of Devachan. But it is a highly significant boundary; it forms what
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    • so to speak, and ceases to have any significance for the soul as an
    • of their reverence the heavenly sign in which the vernal Sun appeared.
    • a new constellation, we should understand also the significance of the
    • moment when the Sun entered the sign of Pisces. But for the materialism
    • And indeed the period of 2,160 years does signify a complete change
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    • significant for its later behaviour. The ball goes through a sort of
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    • Manvantara. However, the names Saturn, Sun and Moon do not signify the
    • Mars. Mercury has equal significance for the second half; the Earth
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    • signifies the acquisition of the individual human spirit. The Ego enters
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    • have your black instruments with all kinds of little magic signs”
    • his God teaches is very different from what your magical black signs
    • significant speech, for it contains a sort of confession of faith. The
    • Hence it is deeply significant that in Theosophy no religion is attacked
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    • is not the mere fact of dreaming but whether the dream has significance
    • in the astral body signify — what passions, for example, they
    • derive from yourself alone. They need not be important; quite insignificant
    • have opened their eyes to subtle and inwardly significant impressions.
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    • times and signify something very profound. An uneducated man will have
    • What does breathing signify
    • under the sign of fresh air; but our modern way of achieving health
    • Washing of the Feet. We must understand the significance of this great
    • of Christian Initiation. He will know by two signs, an outer and an
    • inner, that he has gone thus far. The outer sign is that he feels as
    • though his feet were being laved with water. The inner sign is an astral
    • come to me.” The outer sign of this is that the pupil feels a
    • kind of prickling pain all over his body. The outer sign is that in
    • because of all that he holds most sacred. The outer sign of this is
    • not despise it, any more than he does any other tool. The outer sign
    • sign is that the pupil has a vision of himself hanging on the Cross.
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    • self-development, and the more attention you pay to quite insignificant
    • splash of red, is a sign of gaiety, and so on. A bird with bright colours
    • sign of Cancer; during the Persian civilisation in Gemini; during the
    • in Aries. Since the astronomical sign for Cancer is
    • this was the sign for the rise of the Indian civilisation.
    • It is also the sign for the waves of the seas
    • hence wisdom may be symbolised by water. These signs indicate sounds
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    • streamed back to us, so we can designate what the child does in the
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    • was “possessed.” In those times all illness signified
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    • streamed back to us, so we can designate what the child does in the
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    • was “possessed.” In those times all illness signified
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    • signify?
    • signify? It expresses the very opposite of what I have just
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    • trinity, we usually make use of Christian designations, and speak of
    • “day” of creation signify some longer period of time.
    • signifies anything resembling a geological epoch.
    • abstract designation of time, but conveys the quality of being.
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    • its significance are today wholly unprepared for it. Modern physics,
    • significance for the whole for Beings to remain behind, just as it
    • same way what we designate as physical darkness, what surrounds us at
    • Elohim employ not only the Beings designated by yom, day, but they
    • who in resignation had remained in darkness at the Saturn stage, in
    • the moment designated by the words Let there be light the
    • for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years.]
    • not a question of signs, but of the activity of living Beings making
    • sign-fixers, for what has to be regulated, grouped, within the
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    • this concentration signifies an advance to a higher level. We can
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    • do these pictures signify? In the first stages of clairvoyance they
    • well.” What the brief sentence emphasises, what it signifies,
    • significance of this? In ancient Sanskrit, even in German, there is
    • the external.” This is the significance of the word
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    • will remember what great importance I attached to two significant
    • ourselves more closely what all this really signified for man in his
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    • also pointed out the deep significance of the statement that man
    • made. The dots which in Hebrew signify the vowels were only inserted
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    • sun has been in the sign of spring. When, therefore, men on earth
    • intended to remind us of an event whose significance lies, not merely
    • Initiate, to be of peculiar significance.
    • festival, whose whole significance depends upon super-sensible
    • like this, for they are of very great significance in life to-day.
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    • real significance. The factor of blood-relationship as expressed in
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    • signify in the world, namely, the need to impart soul to our
    • significant fact is that Christianity differs from all other religions
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    • THERE is a significant contrast between the Christmas thought and
    • significance can never be explained by a science based entirely upon
    • signs of suffering in the human body, the more perfect the skill with
    • materialism. This in no way gainsays the profundity and significance
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    • of such significance, that new light needs constantly to be shed upon
    • significance and purpose of death and of birth in the earthly life of
    • there — of the significance of the teachings given by the Risen
    •  “stand the significance of death to humanity it would avail
    •  “you will never discover its significance for human life.
    • spiritual way. The full significance for humanity of the Mystery of
    • Christ. It is also a significant symptom of our times that a tutor of
    • to render to humanity to-day. One significant service will be that
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    • Since that lecture, many significant expressions of cultural life
    • the significance of this ‘Twilight’ of the Gods was everywhere made
    • It is also significant — and here again I mean something more
    • Anyone in the slightest degree capable of interpreting the signs of
    • Post-Atlantean epoch which denotes something of peculiar significance
    • more deeply into the physical body — the outer sign being the
    • known to everyone who is aware of this deeply significant truth of
    • A destiny in the very highest degree significant is approaching us,
    • significance of these things feel the necessity of a spiritual
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    • through higher knowledge. The Easter Festival is an outer sign of this
    • deep experience within the reach of man, an outer sign of the deepest
    • significant followers of the Buddha. The legend tells that when
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    • the consequences of this event and what it signifies for
    • on Sinai, an outer sign of the Divine Power was revealed to Moses; but
    • actually effected in this respect. What then was the real significance
    • significant can come before the discerning human soul than that
    • of Golgotha the corpse was the sign that suffering must be the lot of
    • What, in essence, does the Event of Golgotha signify? It signifies
    • significant process. On a small scale it is the same in the spiritual
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    • For some years the most significant figure among the group of students
    • into the significance of what was revealed to mankind in these
    • significance have to know how remarkable it is that in these Ten
    • in us when, for example, we allow the deeply significant, intuitive
    • significance. When we consider human evolution since the Atlantean
    • its significance. In short, what is important in the world of Maya,
    • significance. Everything subject to limitations of space will lose
    • significance. Hence anyone who thoroughly understands the meaning of
    • the World-Spirit, as a sign of grace on the part of the creative,
    • significance of our physical body only when we bear in mind that, in
    • order; but the significance of the words is so little appreciated that
    • course in the same way, becoming ever more significant throughout the
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    • way, has made a regular conundrum. A highly significant dream! You
    • itself within them, always increasing in significance. In other words,
    • deeply significant brotherhood of intellect and morality.
    • draw ideas and words of the deepest significance from the very
    • age of man; in a certain sense we could designate it as a coming
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    • less in close connection with those significant and deeply incisive
    • extraordinary significance. Death is something which most distinctly
    • from birth as regards its significance after death — death stands
    • before our spiritual vision as the greatest, most significant, living
    • to a closer knowledge of what it signifies to be so connected with the
    • significant, and that it goes deeply into the whole riddle of man.
    • view the significance this has for the collective life of humanity.
    • which I have distinguished are of great significance for our life here
    • is of very great significance. Till then, not merely the bodily growth
    • of view, it will appear still more significant to us. You see, if we
    • deeper significance of the entire development of life, when we observe
    • still retains a certain significance up to the thirty-fifth year. Of
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    • severe and significant loss to our society. As a beginning to our
    • significant and important co-workers. The many veils which surround
    • below, truly more underneath than our ‘under’ signifies
    • significance to this cause of ours, that we should meet together in
    • the very significant fact that on the one side, through many years of
    • which as pictures are tremendously significant. Great physical decay
    • — which is the seed for a later significant spiritual blossoming.
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    • purpose, a certain inner significance in the fact that we carry our
    • arises a great question: What is the actual significance of this? What
    • spiritual world. What does this signify for the spiritual world? This
    • is a tremendously significant question! When one studies a little the
    • Certainly nature is there, great and significant. But what would this
    • appears as something infinitely significant, when the spiritual
    • An infinitely deep and significant discovery can be made on coming to
    • seen from that side. Also the most significant thing that is
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    • reversed; for there is a significant difference in the construction of
    • investigator must investigate. Of what significance is it to one who
    • transcending ordinary reality. That is an extraordinarily significant
    • those no longer in this world. It signified a great deal, when in
    • was of extreme significance, when they inaugurated such memorial days.
    • designate as ‘we,’ as ‘I,’ that which is most
    • significant thing is that when we are outside our bodies we are one
    • significant experience on entering the land of the spirit, ‘Thou
    • into the compass of what we can designate as the
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    • a few remarks about a really extraordinary and significant novel of
    • to experience the effects of his deeds, and the significance which his
    • Neither writing nor signature betrayed a trace of even the slightest
    • his consciousness in its full significance. Nevertheless, in our time
    • events of this epoch, there lie significant subconscious processes
    • future when, in order to behold the present significant historical
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    • certain significance. And he who can evoke a consciousness that just
    • usually designated as the “Approach to the Gate of Death”;
    • gives himself up to what in our materialistic age is designated
    • significant season, to the particularly dark side of present-day
    • What is really the origin of this critical resignation, of this
    • standpoint, consider it a significant work, as does even the press for
    • adjectives, etc., but says they all signify nothing real. In the outer
    • world one does not experience what words signify. Man so lives himself
    • significant. And if one reads these three volumes by Mauthner, and if
    • Mauthner finally concludes that man has nothing but signs, signs,
    • signs. Indeed, he goes still further. He goes so far as to say the
    • different grouping of twenty-three accidental signs can give.’
    • is here implied against the significance and the great achievements of
    • use merely a symbol for that which the word signifies.’ Mauthner
    • whole meaning and significance of our conception of the world. And
    • time to arouse an inner understanding for such significant Cosmic
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture I
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    • Significance of the symbol of the snake. Invertebrate and vertebrate
    • it has less significance. With the invertebrates this system is much
    • themselves: ‘Look at the snake and you will see the sign of your ego’.
    • the significance of the things around us was developed, so that the
    • the full significance is revealed.
    • surrounding world — stones, plants and animals are signposts
    • twelve stages are related to the twelve signs of the zodiac. The human
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    • Double. The significance of Christ's death of atonement. The influence
    • under normal conditions it merely signifies the recognition of his
    • receives a quite other significance. This is what is meant by the
    • have the sign ICH to express the inmost being of man. By this means a
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    • turn it right round we have man. That is the original significance of
    • cease to have significance. At the end of evolution, in the Vulcan
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    • was one of the most significant alchemists of the 18th
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    • cuttlefish one can find an occult significance. Now we also have
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    • above. The name Jehovah does not designate a single being, but a rank
    • that with the designations Jehovah, Archangeloi, Angeloi, we have to
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    • in the constellation of Cancer, the sign was made in this way:
    • Cancer signifies a breaking in of something new, a ‘vortex’ (a double
    • sign of the Ram, or Lamb; hence he calls himself the Lamb of God.
    • Every time the sun progresses from one sign of the Zodiac to another
    • moment of time when the sun entered the sign of the Ram or Lamb, about
    • thousand six hundred years. About the year 1800 we entered the sign of
    • begun to decline. About the year 4,400 mankind enters the sign of
    • progression from one sign to another new conditions also arise, so
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    • this signifies nothing other than a drawing of the astral into the
    • We can now ask: what is the significance of the astral body, for what
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    • inactive there; what he experiences in these conditions is significant
    • incarnated at the time of Homer (in the sign of the Ram or Lamb,
    • planes. Everything is activity. Now what significance have the
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    • with the right attitude of mind signifies for all the members of the
    • Now let us make clear to ourselves the significance of the Devachan
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    • Lodge. From them went out in very truth events of world significance.
    • stood behind significant statesmen. Then they gradually withdrew, for
    • himself must learn to use the symbols, the signs. Thus in order to
    • Let us suppose that someone had given the design and the impulse for
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    • understanding of the significance of Nirvana, but we will try to gain
    • new planet. What a man does for himself personally has significance
    • for his next incarnation; what a nation speaks has significance for
    • What we think, has significance for the next planetary cycles. Let us
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    • thoughts, beings still higher and more significant than those active
    • therefore rightly called ‘the Word’, another designation is: The Son
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    • person destroys life, this has for him a tremendous significance.
    • signifies a growing increase of power. In schools of Black Magic
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    • important signpost pointing to quite definite connections in
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    • an idea that has significance for the whole world-conception; that is,
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    • Glory signifies what has external appearance, what takes on shape and
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    • What does this signify for man? For man it signifies that in the first
    • hand, and a sylph is called into existence. Sign, grip and word of the
    • through sign, grip and word.
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    • signified individual warmth, warmth which was made use of in
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    • finds its material reflection in breathing. Breathing signifies the
    • Hatha Yoga rules signify the transformation of the breath into a
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    • significance of drinking wine. The social aspect of West and East in
    • into the kingdom of heaven.’ All these things have their significance.
    • The significance of the Last Supper is the transition from nourishment
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    • To be invulnerable in such a way signifies to have been initiated. In
    • eleven signs of the Zodiac. He felt himself to be the twelfth. The
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    • Thus you see how significantly spiritual science can contribute to the
    • temperaments is one of life's significant tasks. If this task is to be
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    • an ego, and we shall presently see what significance this has for
    • in space and time, they designated as the “astral body”
    • is equally significant is that if a man were to grow upon a distant,
    • what remains to it for its outer life is significant for the animal
    • significance. We shall, however, have to wait for the lecture on
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    • equilibrium. If we carefully study the design for the animal's
    • animals nearest him. But whereas in the design of the animal
    • able to mention significant differences.
    • nature signifies progress beyond animal evolution, it is possible for
    • translated], and its full significance appears in Knowledge
    • of the spiritual world, by seeking the real significance of the human
    • English: “The Occult significance of Blood”] is
    • may judge how great is the significance of the position and all the
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    • insignificant modern poets. For Herder looks upon the sunrise as a
    • measure the true significance of certain transitory phenomena which
    • behind which there lies a significant spiritual reality.
    • We must learn again what it really signifies when the sun sends its
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    • physical sun and the physical moon are anything else than signs for
    • will streams. And equally, the physical moon is only the physical sign
    • back from Mercury in certain signs which the ancient initiates knew
    • they were able to interpret the corresponding signs; so, too, if they
    • allowed themselves to be inspired by Mercury. These signs were
    • designated as those of Sun, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Moon, Venus and
    • Mercury, work upon man and their significance for him. The
    • significance of the Sun-forces is that they draw man's will-nature
    • then we also acquire knowledge of what these Mercury-forces signify
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    • It is true that in their basic design some features of the animal form
    • the signs of the Zodiac. According to whether the moon stands in the
    • sign of the Ram or the Bull or the Twins, the lunar formative forces
    • is of great significance. People with a greater lime content are as a
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    • into spiritual worlds. But in his own way the Greek felt a significant
    • difference, a significant cleft, between what may be called the spirit
    • significance of the matter. This to my mind transcends all mere
    • whole significance that this reconstruction of the Eleusinian Mystery
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    • significance of all that radiates out for life from initiation and
    • culture. We have also pointed out how great and significant man finds
    • hands, are far more interesting and significant organs for gaining
    • permeating and significant experience. The significant experience
    • but the inward change is all the more significant. Just as the outer
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    • If we would speak of initiation and its significance for human life
    • lose their significance. They must be transformed if we are rightly to
    • significant difference in the various beings that meet us. By virtue
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    • take on quite another significance and a different kind of value
    • disappear lights up again. This produces, however, the significant
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    • of splendour and so significant, on rising to higher worlds you may
    • conception of the Christ. That is the significant thing.
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    • There are many signs today of how, gradually, understanding can be
    • significance. Quite different forces are active in our life between
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    • easily the opinion may be formed that value and significance for the
    • special mention should be made of how something significant can
    • important and significant fact. Wherever has accidental civilisation
    • work is of great significance.
    • what significance super-sensible knowledge has for the whole of
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    • spheres of the soul-nature of man, there appears a significant
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    • to have any meaning, for outside signifies a relationship in space.
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    • against the gods, serves their designs; because if he had his way,
    • should recognise the full significance. Just consider! When you look
    • significance of ‘before’ and ‘afterwards’. If
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    • That is a very significant fact, although it is only a symbol. It is
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    • of death, he lays aside his physical body. This is consigned to the
    • plane. What belongs to the physical plane is consigned to the
    • inner process of far reaching importance and immense significance. It
    • disappearance merely signifies its change into something different.
    • time-signature. Under these conditions time becomes the immediate
    • these words signify actual realities.
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    • significance of this event. Mankind will be able to understand the
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    • clearly understand what this signifies.
    • the sign of national deities, Jehovah-fashion. Before the Mystery of
    • significance, wherein its influence will work on and on? Oh, it comes
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    • HERE is truly great significance in how certain
    • reflection, however, must be seen in its true significance. We
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    • already undergoing transformation, and there are signs which we may
    • Ib). This time, the point a will signify a material thing —
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    • is surely significant that all the truths we thus derive by thought
    • hand it is no less significant that we must have recourse to quite
    • designated m. Our consciousness is dimmed at once. If this
    • is lightened, leaving only about 20 grammes. What does this signify?
    • weight. This then is what it signifies. With our Intelligence we live
    • polarity of colour is among the most significant phenomena of all
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    • of our environment which gains significance for us whenever we are
    • significant difference. You can localize the perception of light
    • objective significance of which I have been stressing. But if you
    • living in the warmth-element is then a very significant
    • prove to be totally diverse organs. This surely is significant and
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    • significant indeed, how much was done for these branches of
    • like that is of untold significance; nothing could be of greater
    • together which are assigned to seemingly distinct organs of the
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    • had discovered something of very great significance. He had found
    • the velocities which it contains. Think what it signifies: in the
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    • significant moments where they lose hold of the thought, yet in the
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    • significant riddles of human life — as far as this is possible
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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    • should find that these designations were used originally for these
    • three forces; and if the designations are now used in other ways, they
    • his bodily sheaths and eventually into them again, was designated in
    • two different periods, was designated by the word “Jupiter.”
    • designated by the name “Saturn.”
    • of the original, spiritual significance of these names as denoting
    • significance in astronomy.
    • presently understand the reason for these designations.
    • subject to the forces designated in Spiritual Science as those of
    • threefold life of soul by day is given over to the forces designated
    • day this signifies — namely that at a certain season of the year,
    • the solar system then becomes full of significance. Otherwise the
    • signify something that comes to expression in a certain respect in our
    • in all epochs have chosen corresponding designations for the Great
    • insignificant bodily man enclosed within the skin.
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    • spiritual investigators of bygone times to designate by similar names
    • soul is weak, insignificant, and has still an infinitely long path to
    • resignation in respect of whatever ordeals he will have to
    • suffering with resignation. This strength must be developed in the
    • qualities of humility and resignation and other feelings too, the
    • something else of great significance was connected with this beholding
    • shows us how insignificant we are and that we must develop new organs
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    • Thus on waking the human soul feels insignificant after passing the
    • of thinking, feeling and willing are still insignificant but will
    • significance. What the outer world now calls Mysticism really amounts
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    • designations, the names, which since olden times have been used for
    • world. This is designated as ‘air’ in the Elementary World.
    • understood by applying to it the designations used in connection with
    • designated by a word that is totally misused today because of the
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    • more trivial sense for something that has significance in the world of
    • have been different if karma had assigned me to some other situation
    • minds that the Beings we designate as Seraphim, Cherubim, Spirits of
    • these Beings are more than their names designate, then we are
    • be thought of as designations of offices. If we speak of Spirits of
    • that time and the designation of the office of Buddha.
    • the designation, “Buddha” and the Being who held the office
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    • For higher development, intellect has approximately the significance
    • significance only when we have got beyond it. As long as we are still
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    • It is of infinite significance that when Spiritual Science spreads in
    • significance for our age, for modern spiritual life. Knowledge brought
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    • significant purpose both for the present and the future, is due
    • significance. Much could be added in this respect that is
    • equally significant or nearly so. We can see from such
    • encompassed in the simple, unequivocal but significant
    • first task is to indicate the purpose and significance of the
    • subject I am fond of citing a really significant question which
    • outer sense world. We can impose a certain resignation, a
    • resign. They do not say that they cannot try to enter into the
    • significant results can be experienced in the science of spirit
    • this is so significant, so incisive for a true scientist of
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    • significant things also happen to the spirit-soul nature
    • Now the significant thing is that when the body, viewed
    • clear the significant factor I wish to express. Imagine that
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    • so significantly has to say about the human being, his
    • And now we experience a tremendous and significant image.
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    • it, but occult knowledge has a greater significance for the world than it
    • is of significance for the general evolution of the world. For no
    • themselves that to overcome this fear was of very great significance.
    • then, is the significance of Spiritual Science or Anthroposophy in
    • are afraid and blush when we are ashamed; these are the signs that
    • occult significance of the Mystery of Golgotha, of which we shall
    • understands their full significance cannot possibly deny the need to
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    • significance. In reality it is presumption to approach such a Being
    • — Michael — is the most eminent, the most significant
    • Therefore an Age of Michael is always the most significant, or one of
    • the most significant, that can occur in the evolution of humanity.
    • descended to the earth. And the fact of immeasurable significance in
    • Golgotha, signifies. But in that earlier time Michael was the
    • light. If we can realise this we can grasp the significance of the
    • higher levels, something which has significance also for the
    • century signifies the resurrection of the direct consciousness
    • as the few who once were able to read the signs of the times and in
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    • have often described as very significant in modern evolution; namely,
    • assigned to him, and he was particularly active at the Council of
    • It therefore became a matter of deep concern for Cusanus to designate
    • has significance for spiritual science, I described him in my book on
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    • depths of evolution are so manifold and so significant that we can
    • starting point of which I have assigned to the first half of the
    • language, though weakened and abstract, those words would signify
    • experience of the ancient sage was such that he designated the human
    • significant characteristics, therefore, we trace the first phase
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    • actually assigning far greater value to science than do the modern
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    • external sign is necessary. But this only proves that in his thinking
    • matter, is to be thought of as atomistic, signifying more or less
    • atomized it in our minds, which in fact signifies killing it. The
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    • secondary qualities, such as color, sound, and warmth. He assigned
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    • signifies something other than in modern science. If, with the
    • that it basically defies explanation why Thales happened to designate
    • understand the significance of man's historical development.
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    • that has significance within a given body. It matters little
    • it still signifies “art,” implying that art reveals,
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    • might be designated the higher branches of knowledge of the living
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    • appear to us as very significant. For, if we consider the melting
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    • gravitational system, a mechanical system. If we set negative signs in
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    • negative sign — when pressure forces are made negative —
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    • elsewhere. This is indeed a well known sign. Something new must be
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    • his own organism during its growth is the visible sign of this active
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    • of your physical body. This is an incisive, significant event for the
    • and the Tat twam asi is the boundary sign or signal that one is about to
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    • here have been, the more significant they are for the world of Devachan.
    • as such is born, it becomes free. This is an event of great significance
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    • then on began to have a certain meaning, a certain significance. Race
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    • this world of the dead, for the Mystery of Golgotha has significance
    • significance of the Christ Being and His appearance on the earth. How have
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    • James can only be designated as pseudo-spirituality, having a materialistic
    • cease to have significance. Man will then enter permanently into a
    • the middle epoch of our earth's evolution, the significant point occurred
    • that is designated by the now complete penetration of the ego into man's
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    • understood perfectly what was signified by the expression “born
    • bear such gold; which signifies that man can purchase wisdom with the
    • fruits of the Earth. This is a profound wisdom; gold signifies the
    • in their radiance, and at the same time the significance of the
    • the River. Something then happens, something full of significance.
    • It is of profound significance if we are able to understand the words
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    • always signifies wisdom. The Will of the Wisps are those who seek
    • Serpent. The golden king is Manas, for gold always signifies Manas.
    • is guided through them by the Lily. The Serpent signifies
    • signifies that which at one time was known as the second principle.
    • piety. The Bronze King signifies strength without the lower
    • principles, the Silver King signifies peace, and the Golden King
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    • correction. This is not the case. To understand the significance of
    • finds there deep and significant mysteries of human development.
    • heavens. If you study the Zodiac, you will find there the signs of
    • spring in the sign of Cancer, later in the sign of Gemini, then in
    • Taurus, and still later in the sign of Aries. At about the eighth
    • century B.C. the sun had entered the sign of Aries, the Lamb. In our
    • age it has entered the sign of Pisces.
    • the sign of Cancer, for example. Its true significance is not always
    • known, but this sign, which consists of two intertwining spirals, when
    • world, two such spiral movements intertwine. One spiral of the sign of
    • heavens the outward sign for the rise of the new Aryan culture. At a
    • later time the sun entered the sign of Gemini, the Twins. This is the
    • sign of good and evil, the sign that governed Persian thinking. Then
    • acquired an entirely new significance for human consciousness.
    • What does the name “Sun Runner” signify? If you were to look back into
    • together with the Christ festival. The whole significance of the
    • the winter solstice signified something different from the present
    • signifies progress since a much larger part of humanity participates
    • born.” Today is always emphasized. This is significant. The emphasis
    • full comprehension, finds in them the signs of ancient wisdom, of
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    • us. Who can feel deeply today these other significant words of Goethe
    • with nature and there were created those signs of feeling united with
    • period that the sun gained its significance for the growth and
    • the sun over darkness signifies a memory of the victory for our soul
    • universe, the sun victory signified the moment in which they received
    • experience and cognition of the spirit. Such a man was designated a
    • something of tremendous significance for the evolution of mankind.
    • Divine” (Vergottung). What does this word signify? It means that those
    • wherever a knowledge prevailed of the significance of spirit and
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    • Mysteries, were first taught what the awakening signifies in the great
    • signified. In deep silence they sat together in the darkness. By the
    • the stones as a sign of life, as a symbolical indication of the fact
    • as a sign that out of the darkness of matter a higher man can be born
    • own but was designated by the name of his nation. Thus, people spoke
    • what this name signifies. We shall then realize what awe and reverence
    • significance. Rhythm rules all nature, right up to man. Only with man
    • clearly the significance of the Tree of Knowledge and the Tree of
    • enter. The Archangel guarding the portal let him pass. This is a sign
    • seeds that signify the three higher members of man.
    • Egyptian Mysteries knew how to read this sign. They also knew how to
    • Above the Alpha and Omega is the sign of Tao. It reminds us of the
    • significant saying shall be replaced by another, when it will no
    • with the signs depicted here, as well as with thirty-three wax
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    • or not, does not signify; the point is the impression that this wide
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    • signifies for individual man. Only we have said that in man this
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    • shining in of the next principle, which we designate the Spirit-Self
    • which we designate as the actual Spirit-Man — or Atma, which in
    • must designate as itself a being, a Spirit of Form. Just as we live in
    • many significant and speaking ideas; ideas which, to a certain extent
    • designate as the Spirits of Motion work in the life of the planet. We
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    • Well, in the beings we have designated as Angels, Archangels, and
    • ball, and at (a1), would be that which is designated the
    • From the whole significance of these studies you will gather that
    • civilisation. What always fills us with such significant feelings with
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    • confuse it with what, in the main, has significance, not for the fixed
    • designate as the Archai or Spirits of the Age, the beings who take
    • designate for its sphere the beings of the higher hierarchies as far
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    • cosmos, is of significance to man's outlook, to his perception and
    • condition, but had its full significance in the past, and has remained
    • elucidate what it all signifies. The treasure of the Nibelungs has a
    • which at the same time was that of our earth, is therefore designated
    • verbal designations, we must then proceed in other ways. I have found
    • group-egos of the animals, we designate concretely as the astral
    • designate it — though names have nothing to do with the matter
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    • region we designate as the higher Devachanic plane, dwell the
    • that what can be designated as the ego of an animal, is only to be
    • certainly is a sign of human progress. Yet the wasps knew this art
    • whether Mars stood before one sign of the Zodiac or before another.
    • The Zodiac was divided into Twelve Signs, which represent the
    • their own evolution. These are the beings we designate as the
    • have their parts assigned to them, so to speak, and have their abode
    • designed according to a single plan. Whilst in the whole cosmic plan
    • of the mere Spirits of the Age; something more full of significance,
    • significant intimations are to be found in The Secret Doctrine
    • designated as the normally-developed Spirits of Motion.
    • Spirit of Motion on Mercury) is insignificant in comparison with the
    • civilisation on earth. That which was designated in the language of
    • civilisation designate by the word “Christ,” is that which
    • fourth post-Atlantean period of civilisation, be designated as the
    • clear that it is the same Sun which passes through all the signs of
    • Spirit, that does not signify to us. What does concern us, what we
    • signs for that which is so deeply instilled within our hearts. So we
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    • to the planets, that they have designated those substances which have
    • about by the activity of what I have designated as the Luciferic
    • of Wisdom have become Luciferic. We have designated this
    • reached a point where we can point again to the enormous significance
    • Signs of the Zodiac in general give us their individual positions. It
    • signification had this for humanity? We have seen that in man
    • spiritual aspect, what Hebrew antiquity designated as the Jehovah
    • According to this the moon, so to speak, is designated as the
    • you may designate by whatever name you will — Vishvakarma, as the
    • of names, but of recognizing the whole significance of this Principle.
    • different civilizations as we have tried to do and the significance of
    • actually reach that heavenly language which expresses the significance
    • the highest sense, we can designate as harmony, as peace. Then will
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    • Then we will have to say something about the deep significance of such
    • used in both instances. It is of great significance that in the description
    • that is, something that is of utmost significance for the health and
    • your soul the ugly things that are on display in windows and signs, it
    • of desire has great significance for ego power. Love heightens the
    • special significance.
    • Hammurabi, for instance, it signifies that they have no comprehension
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    • You know that one of the most significant pronouncements made as the
    • beginning of Kali Yuga or Age of Darkness. What is the significance of
    • Jesus Christ, but the most significant sign was given in advance
    • Then he can experience a sign of the new impulse in world evolution.
    • the Land of Shamballa, so that we may learn to know the significance
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    • into his life-dreams would have become immensely significant for him.
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    • that after three years he was crucified. This would signify an event
    • For the divine spiritual beings who may be designated the creators of
    • spiritual worlds in their full significance, for in that time fell the
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    • sense a human being always observes a child. But the full significance
    • movement of walking. It is of much significance to observe whether the
    • which dreams come into play, is at least just as significant as the
    • same significance for intercourse during sleep with the Archangels as
    • determinative significance when we pass through the portal of death.
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    • reason for asking the question what significance an intellectual
    • spiritual Beings, and the most significant among these Beings for
    • most significant experiences — birth and death — this was
    • because of the fact that those writings designated as the Gnostic,
    • the deeply significant Gospel statement: “Lo, I am with you
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    • Nature. But — to take a significant point — you cannot
    • phenomenon in a significant way. When anyone with a little
    • that an event could be of such significance! Quite a different kind
    • significance in the deeper evolutionary course of humanity. And to
    • is the significant experience that is living in the souls of
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    • Nietzsche felt something of great significance.
    • such things. This had not much more significance for Nietzsche than
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    • concepts and words which signify something in themselves! He would
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    • the nineteenth century is extraordinarily significant. Yes, but this
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    • this connection it is significant to bring to mind a personality
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    • significant world-problem; upon these problems depends the future
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    • there lies something of extraordinary significance. Just suppose you
    • script. They felt the black signs to be witchcraft. The feeling of
    • the child today are B, G, or any other sign that has developed
    • or nineteen that it can acquire any real significance for him.
    • the right way, can be of the greatest significance for the epoch of
    • will realize the true significance of the youth movement today, the
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    • beings belonging to higher realms which we have designated as the
    • Now the significant question arises: If we turn to the beings still
    • to designate as the eighth stage of evolution. For it is a peculiar
    • perfect balance signifies the essential being of man. Those who were
    • strong tendency to confuse man in regard to the significance of the
    • diabolical, the anti-divine element. What does this really signify?
    • it is of tremendous significance for human spiritual life if the
    • feeling we are faced, not with insignificant, but with important
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    • it signifies the union of a super-earthly Being with the Earth
    • with the human earth being. What did this signify for Earth
    • become a spirit of day. For him the Mystery of Golgotha signifies the
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    • members of the human race, live in a sphere which we may designate as
    • doing so we must realize that the designation “the head of
    • of evolution, which you will find designated in my
    • another, as interpenetrating one another. Thus, is I designate the
    • You can feel what this impulse of intelligence signifies in mankind if
    • evolution signifies a continuous ascent we forsake true reality. We
    • in his being the signature of mineral nature, of external physical
    • signify for men of the present and the future if men were to approach
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    • significant that we should make this fact clear to ourselves. For, you
    • significance of this matter. In reality, the whole mathematical
    • one's own spirituality with the spirituality of the world signifies
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    • the deeper significance of the social question in our present time.
    • expressed this in my books by saying: what we designate today as
    • themselves felt. My dear friends, it is a significant, an important
    • of these people were, will be confronted by this significant problem.
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    • but for the comprehension of the significant impulses in mankind's
    • millennium in the period we designate the primeval Persian
    • sounding he designated as light, bright, and certain other timbres of
    • sounding he designated as dark, shadowy. And that which thus expressed
    • dying down. Something very significant is contained in this process:
    • significant for us. We can help ourselves to bring this about.
    • for man to breathe the originally ensouled air, had a significant
    • significant with him. If, however, we arrive at this pure phenomenon,
    • arise which will signify for us what the Yahve culture signified for
    • the cosmic ether this signifies an objective process, just as
    • in the air the presence of carbonic acid which you exhale signifies an
    • evolution of the earth. The Mystery of Golgotha signifies the
    • We can see the signs for this on all sides. The creeds who wish to
    • significance of the vestments of the priest when he reads the Holy
    • world-historical significance of the Anthroposophical Movement and
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    • which we designate as the physical-sense world; through feeling and
    • My dear friends, what I am stating here has a deep significance.
    • certainly was not an insignificant personality, propounded as his
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    • forties and the year 1879 presents a significant battle in that
    • Now at time of great significance arrived in the evolution of mankind,
    • represented by a significant symbol took place here, although at a
    • This is what spiritual science designates as the victory of the
    • year which I have often designated as the other boundary. I have
    • significance of the occultist's statement that, in starting from an
    • we designate as the Archangel Michael's battle against the
    • that the more incisive, the more significant an event is that enters
    • — were of tremendous significance and will produce results of
    • forces are still very active, he has tremendously significant
    • tremendously significant experience at the moment of death is that the
    • wish to designate such an event as the battle of the Archangel Michael
    • time quite a number of people who knew that such a significant event
    • possible were restored to. People who understand the signs of the
    • observed even in regard to the greatest, the most significant events
    • of our age, for it belongs among the most significant impulses of the
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    • designated what is called analytical psychology or
    • designing intelligence, of which she was herself unaware.
    • not always be designated as being the primary impulse, but
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    • significant example.
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    • the question of the significance and the tasks of anthroposophically
    • and significance for mankind in the present age. Whoever occupies
    • often designated these five epochs of culture as the old Indian, old
    • in a very significant way, that which will constitute the real
    • significant that already for a great number of people, quite different
    • he heard something was contained in man which could be designated as
    • e.g., for the greater significance of, let us say, the Christ,
    • spiritual world. The word signified something which existed in the
    • they are today. The word “idea” used by Plato signified
    • soul. Thus the words then were absolutely designations for spirit and
    • another being. The original significance of words is forgotten in
    • understands nothing more of all that is designated with these words,
    • individuality to carry in itself an external sign, and for the
    • group-soulness to carry in itself its external sign.
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    • found its most significant expression in Gautama Buddha. That also
    • mentioned and described in the Matthew Gospel. We designate this child
    • the one significant spiritual stream.
    • beings had other powers of soul, which we can designate as a kind of
    • who is designated as Abraham or Abram. He was chosen first to develop
    • brain. That was a significant, mighty mission which was especially
    • out of the spiritual world. One designated these clairvoyant
    • with the starry sign of the Ram. Therefore a ram is sacrificed in
    • Therefore, in Hebrew, the word HAIR and the word LIGHT are designated
    • by approximately the same signs, because one had a consciousness of
    • Science will only come again to these significant truths after a long
    • as a law significant for all life. This is the law, that whatever has
    • this soul who from the beginning was designated as Zarathustra —
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    • significant event in human evolution. What is he really pointing to?
    • Now we pass to the third sentence. What does it signify? Here one must
    • it, for the I,” then you have a meaning in these significant
    • sign of Cancer. That is different from the initiation one receives
    • stands in the sign of the Balance or Scales. They are the expressions
    • sun-initiation, which one can call the initiation from the sign of the
    • Waterman. As the sun stands in the sign of the Waterman, that is a
    • of the sun, as it flows down when it stands in the sign of the
    • one designates it with the expression: It stands in the sign of the
    • The sign indeed received this name Waterman, because he who had the
    • flowing-down of the sunrays out of the sign in which the sun stands,
    • so one called this sign also — the Waterman. Thus the name of the
    • the earth. They say: Now, that signifies the prominence of the sun.
    • meant by such designations. One did not give names as one does today,
    • that was the sign, that what streamed down spiritually from out of the
    • Jesus is only the external sign: that this path of the sun-force could
    • this to that place,” And the body of Jesus was the external sign
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    • have to speak of that which is connected in a significant way
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    • in intimate connection with what we must designate as the
    • world would simply be a dream. It is of immense significance
    • significant in the most eminent degree, significant as regards
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    • significance underlies the world of saga, that myths are the
    • the sign of fire is what is primarily expressed in the Prometheus
    • — thirdly, the occult significance, where again a literal
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    • of the sun through the sign of the Ram, which then took place, was
    • sign thousands of years previously. It is well known that the sun
    • process in its occult significance through the profound symbol of the
    • passed through the sign of the Ram on the occasion before the last.
    • twofold nature (it stood under the sign of the gods Ormuzd and
    • underworld. In the world of Greek mythology this always signified an
    • human soul, only there the significance is infinitely deeper. Strictly
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    • a significant name among the ancient Druid initiates. Not only is he
    • vulnerable in one place. Here the significance of this place is
    • sign. There are things that must be regarded as events on a higher
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    • water”, and signifies “descended in order to suffer in
    • signify different stages of soul-life on the higher, spiritual plane.
    • but this had not yet the significance of good and evil. But now kama
    • of the lower nature; it is what draws us downwards, the great signpost
    • physical plane. The most significant impulse by those directly
    • something of great significance in the sphere of the mental life of
    • whole significance, was among other things brought before the pupils.
    • enable them to do this. That is the significance of the Mysteries.
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    • signs in relation to the astral and spiritual worlds, and a series of
    • Symbols and signs, not
    • signifies” something. This is not correct. You know, for
    • signs. You know that a familiar sign in theosophical allegories is
    • meaning of a symbol. All signs and symbols that we meet in occultism
    • thinking out contrived, arbitrary meanings for these signs. One must
    • confines of theosophy, but also with the symbols and signs contained
    • significance or, rather, it is a spiritual scientific fact. In order
    • which the firmament progresses is designated as the basic number. If
    • condensed. They covered Atlantis. The Flood signifies the mighty
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    • picture of the fish, which tradition tells us signifies the Christian
    • signifies the outer symbol of the Sun power, of the forces of the
    • larva, pupa, and butterfly. This is the hieroglyph, the sign for the
    • the occultist the butterfly is the symbol for it. He designates it as
    • the air being, just as he designates the snake as earth being, and
    • the fish as water being. Why the birds are not designated as air
    • designates the bee as born out of warmth. He designates the butterfly
    • considerations how deeply symbols and occult signs are connected with
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    • The Number Four, the Sign of Creation.
    • of numbers. When speaking of occult signs and symbols, it is
    • say. In all occultism the One has always designated the indivisible
    • number four. Four is the sign of the cosmos or of creation. As far as
    • creations that appear thus. They all stand under the sign of the
    • visible in creation stands in the sign of the four. There are many
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    • Man, the Most Significant Symbol.
    • The most significant
    • of the symbols and signs that we have, and that has been acknowledged
    • hand is surrounded by the signs of our planets — Saturn, Sun,
    • this. They are the sign that indicates the height to which a man will
    • of the seal, the mystical lamb, the sign of the Redeemer. This
    • signify mankind's stages in its development down through time. But
    • significance. The following example will give you an idea of it.
    • here how the spiral has significance for celestial bodies, and these
    • this significance, however, they are not to be misused or profaned.
    • This is shown here by the very effect. Signs of spiritual things
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    • became ever more material, and the old names which once signified
    • designations of these spiritual beings.
    • Gita, where a sentence throws a very significant light on the
    • death into Brahma, but those who the in the sign of the smoke, in the
    • he dies in the sign of the light, by day, with the waxing moon,
    • the sign of the smoke, by night, when the moon wanes and when the sun
    • die in the sign of the fire by day, with the moon waxing, and during
    • not need to return. Those who die in the sign of the smoke, by night,
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    • to as being the most significant, the most important of all these,
    • on, who learns to know the significance of Christmas and to know also
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    • relation to that most significant and incisive passage of the divine
    • significance of the Zodiac. On Ancient Saturn the germinal beginnings
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    • Esotericism, has always signified that the task of the Seraphim was
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    • have to assign one of these Beings to each man, a being who,
    • Then we rise to those beings whom we designate the Spirits of
    • signify for our system — these are Uranus and Neptune. When one
    • design our whole solar planetary system in a different way if we are
    • Zodiacal sign of Pisces. But every year the sun advanced a little
    • Zodiacal sign. Before 270 B.C. it did not rise in Pisces but in
    • whole sign of Aries during 2150 years. Before that, Taurus had been
    • we find the spring-point in the Zodiacal sign of Gemini. That was the
    • extends. And then we come to the boundary which we designate with the
    • sign of Venus. The realm of the Spirits of Personality or Archai
    • limit of which is marked by the sign of Mercury, and is the realm of
    • come very near the earth. We can now designate the realm which has
    • and what is said about Mercury to Venus. For those two designations
    • position, the perspective was not only changed, but the designations
    • the ancient designation. The next following is Mars, then after the
    • lastly the Thrones. We need only draw in other lines to designate the
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    • to designate the realm of Saturn, we must think of the earth and not
    • transformed part of the etheric body, we designate Budhi or life
    • And then we come to those Beings whom we designate as Archai,
    • no speech then — no signs were needed, but the fact alone that
    • the human countenances of that time could wear — signified
    • their cosmic significance, it reaches as far as Venus, and their
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 8
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    • by a certain constellation of stars. This is then a mark or sign. In
    • signs to show the direction in which certain Beings are. We must
    • consider those separate constellations as such signs. They are
    • designations to the Zodiacal circle. But it is not always so easy to
    • designate as that of the primeval Sun. Just as, formerly, the Thrones
    • detail, for the meaning of these designations and the whole procedure
    • Zodiac which is designated as the Waterman. So that you have to see
    • in the Waterman that sign of the Zodiac which gave consciousness to
    • that the origin of this designation is to be found, and it is only in
    • real Occultism that the consciousness of the true significance of the
  • Title: Spiritual Hierarchies: Lecture 9
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    • different signs of the Zodiac slowly revolved, and the human body
    • the sign of the Lion the beginning of the heart was formed; the ribs
    • or the thoracic cage were started while Saturn was under the sign of
    • part of our head originated when ancient Saturn stood under the sign
    • under the sign of the Bull. And when you think of man distributed
    • which is adorned above by the signs of the Zodiac. Formerly the
    • Zodiac was not designed by depicting the animal form corresponding to
    • each sign, but the different human members were drawn in the
    • Pisces. Think of such a Zodiacal circle as a man designed out there
    • the one we have now designed in the Cosmos; only we must form our
    • concerned. The spirits who are assigned to it have to consider at
    • whole significance and importance of man in the Cosmos and his
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    • Raphael, signify for the earthly development of men? What importance
    • significance for the whole earth? We are now disregarding that which
    • day consider as having the same significance as the other planets
    • fight in heaven. While to the Mights was assigned the fight in
    • signified something else; they signified the possibility of error and
    • In these lectures we have endeavoured to prove the significance of
    • Man through the significance of our Cosmos; we have, to a certain
    • significance of man, and we have endeavoured to explain man —
    • loses significance for us, because we have to say: The external world
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    • declare these tracks on the road to be the signs, the outer
    • That which in ordinary life is designated by these words, is only the
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    • stage may be designated as that of ‘penetration into the world
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    • for the most part, intended to designate individualities, but offices
    • the higher triad signifies these three pre-terrestrial states; but
    • to the Earth from the Sun. Chthon is a designation of the somewhat
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    • united, a man makes the very significant discovery that what is to be
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    • designated as ‘Tat’ is also to be found by a man looking
    • great significance in the evolution of the world and humanity. Before
    • an inner being. But what of those other beings designated in the last
    • into His greatness, His significance and His causative connection
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    • their breath signified. The soul of light had not as yet withdrawn
    • possesses in rudimentary form what was once of great significance in
    • into olden times, the more significant does their age of splendour
    • the most significant way that there is such a transformation in human
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    • to be found within the soul; and we may designate the way leading
    • work from within. And since we designate beings whose influence is
    • mysteries is of a deep significance. A secret was confided to them,
    • thoughts of the gods depicted in the design of all things. He had no
    • designated as the spiritual sun-influences. From this same spirit
    • live after one another. Here we see the transition, at a significant
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    • the twelve signs of the Zodiac in the cosmos.’ These are the
    • acquire its special significance.
    • is symbolised by the twelve signs of the Zodiac is infinitely higher
    • designate it by a name which has rightly been used by the East. Every
    • signs of the Zodiac belong to the world of light, to the upper world,
    • significance of the Christ-principle, and of its entrance into the
    • Being whom we may designate as the great teacher, who in the
    • external vision — is designated, by means of an expression
    • Christian conception would designate it the Holy Spirit. The
    • signified an advance of this Bodhisattva when it was no longer
    • description a most significant fact in connection with spiritual
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • actually designate Sun-organs, as having first appeared during the
    • will now list the human senses according to their real significance,
    • inner significance of the speech sound. It is indispensable to
    • designate the sense of speech as such. It is the ninth.
    • any significance. True, the skin can be called the organ of the
    • Tastsinn, but more often it signifies something like our
    • senses we therefore designate as the senses of comprehension
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    • effecting the opposite of what was designated “frost” in
    • These formations that signify a human sense organ were promptly
    • significance that Gefühl can mean “touch” as
    • the sound “ah” in its full significance. The outer
    • When a people designates the ego with the word Adam
    • ancient Persians to designate the ego. The fact shows that quite
    • Here is another example. When you designate some being
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • significance. The harmonic series as it is known in the field of
    • that in different languages the same thing is designated by different
    • to whom He has assigned their missions and tasks — are the Folk
    • than the ability to ignore them, it signifies increased strength in
    • should be designated as the sentient body in the narrower sense.
    • this lower part we can designate the sentient body. Below, the
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    • explain a certain significant phenomenon in the human organism, that
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: I. The Elements of the Soul Life.
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    • nevertheless have a significance independent of our inner frame of
    • clearly first, the significance of reasoning within the soul life,
    • with activities of the inner soul life that we designate as
    • our soul life, psychically substantial, is what can be designated
    • perception. A significant phenomenon thus confronts us. In the midst
    • significance, the distinctive character, of the ego conception. From
    • significant, but that, on the other, this presence in no way proves
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • insignificant among us, as well as the greatest genius, is chained to
    • soul life. Please grasp that sentence in its full significance.
    • There is something significant in the soul life that
    • interests him, satisfies him, constitutes a significant difference.
    • This again is extraordinarily significant for the
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: III. At the Portals of the Senses.
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    • sense sensations we designated the former as experiences encountered
    • connection with the soul life could also be designated reflection;
    • significantly characteristic of the soul life, that appears different
    • designated “satisfied desire” may connect with something
    • upon the significance of boredom, and so forth. In short, upon these
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: IV. Consciousness and the Soul Life.
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    • left out of account. It is what we designate with the word
    • “Well, what you designate ‘the continuous stream of
    • clearly, we will designate the soul life by two names, though the
    • observes the facts clairvoyantly. Thus, we will designate the current
    • us recall the highly significant fact that man's retrogressive memory
    • soul life from then on signifies that experiences and impressions of
    • body, the result is something like what we designated worthless in
    • is all askew, but the tendency is significant. It could have been
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • significance and importance. True, a good deal of what Aristotle
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • significant. In meditating on the rose cross we yield ourselves to a
    • by meditating on the allegory, on the significant conception, we are
    • the position and significance this conception would imply for the
    • earthly misery, consigned to the toils, passions, temptations and
    • or better, transcendent. The significance of such a sex relationship,
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    • designate as precisely the element in us that raises us to higher
    • significance and pointing out beyond the soul. This is what in the
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • clarify the matter, or to designate that world that appears
    • significant being hides behind the ego or the “I am,” but
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • existence. It was not until then that the Sun assumed the significance
    • living connection with the universe, the victory of the Sun signified
    • very greatest significance in the evolution of mankind.
    • wisdom-religions, What does it signify? Let me try to express it in
    • Christmas signifies in the light of anthroposophical teaching. If the
    • wherever human beings knew what it signified, wherever they understood
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    • Signs and Symbols of the Christmas Festival
    • Mysteries were first taught of the cosmic significance of this
    • darkness is greatest, as a sign and token that out of the darkness of
    • fiery sword, allow him to pass. This is a sign of Initiation. In
    • into the Egyptian Mysteries knew how to interpret this sign. They knew
    • end, from Alpha to Omega and which could be read if the signs were
    • Above this symbol is the Tao — the sign that is a reminder of the
    • Light is to be born in him, where words full of significance will be
    • replaced by others equally significant, where it will no longer be
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    • from the stage of Initiation signified by the word ‘Jericho’ to that
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    • Christ to Jesus contains a hint of significant secrets of the earthly
    • how paltry and insignificant compared with the Gnosis is the current
    • in conformity with all the signs of the stars, then particular souls
    • significance and its destiny was tragically fulfilled. Moreover at
    • comprehensible. For if we contrast the immeasurable significance of
    • meaning, the far deeper significance, remains in the subconsciousness.
    • to what the ancient Mysteries of the North, for example, signified for
    • gave the sign for sexual union to take place at a definite time during
    • Yet they were aware of its significance in regard to the connection
    • merely additional designations for Nertus, as is the Scandinavian
    • born after midnight in the night designated as holy. And although men
    • significance are contained in the Holy Scriptures, not just the
    • And this shall be a sign unto you: Ye shall find the babe wrapped in
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • phenomena of the heavens, to discern that an event of a significance
    • mathematics. What plays with a higher significance into man's inner
    • of the Mystery-teachings but these significant matters are not as a
    • they recognised the signs of the coming of Christ.
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    • said, the epochs of civilisation, and indeed the significance of the
    • on the 6th of January) will assume greater and greater significance
    • What does the disappearance of Osiris signify? It signifies the
    • event of untold significance. All this is represented by the myrrh.
    • significance has disappeared. But this feeling will be kindled to life
    • January, and its significance will steadily increase. Men will
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    • something of outstanding significance through the centuries which
    • We must really have an inner understanding of what it signified when
    • us is of greater significance than what is implied by the word
    • the most significant token of this union. We must understand once
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    • is full of significance; it is an answer which indicates what reverent
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    • capacities and qualities of man must likewise differ. This signifies
    • resemble no other, and which therefore do not signify a transition.
    • word was, so to speak, only the call to attention, the signal, that a
    • hardly more than when we ring a bell as a sign that something is about
    • Let us now observe that significant Being, whom in his earthly
    • as soul what Mysticism designates by the symbol of the
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    • of still greater significance has come. If man had not been subject to
    • place. Those whose business it is to-day to point out the signs of the
    • significance is developing. Just as John pointed to Christ, and Christ
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    • signifies something like ‘possessor of force’). He must have
    • ‘Ben Jage’; that would signify an etheric body as far as
    • tradition; for ‘Agur’ signified a collector. ‘All the
    • ‘Jedidjah’, a word signifying something like ‘the
    • signifies inner balance, for they said: Such a Spirit-self must have
    • Jage, Lemuel and Itiel, for these names signify the four coverings,
    • whereas the three first names signify the divine inner part. The
    • Jesus, fully conscious of his significance for the whole mission of
    • that deepest centre in man's being which can be designated as the ego.
    • worldwide significance, place before us the following summary.
    • Christianity in some dogmatic collateral signification or side issue,
    • Christ’ in our century, that greatest of Events, signifies that
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • any means signify that we know the last truth about it; rather must we
    • understanding of the nature of man. This sign can teach every one of
    • — the value of which, in its significance to man should be
    • rather should we look upon it as all the more significant that there
    • appearance of Halley's comet, or what it signifies spiritually for the
    • comet, as a mighty sign from the Cosmos. We are now to be confronted
    • we call ‘Signs from the Heavens.’ This is really a fact;
    • these signs, and notice should be taken of it. For a mighty ascending
    • the present sign of 1910, those who have understanding of Spiritual
    • be taught, even by signs from heaven, that in one direction the path
    • are also signs, to show us how the forces come from the Cosmos. If a
    • submitted to us by the sign in the Heavens which we now recognise to
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    • what is to-day called conscience, or at any rate not designated by
    • designate as the Egyptian-Chaldean, the Greco-Latin and our present
    • might be able to reach and absorb the significant impulse we know as
    • connected with deep and significant sub-depths. These things do not
    • Personality stands like a sign-post, to cast off the disposition
    • special significance by having been consciously given over to the
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • appropriate to select a different designation for to-day's festival,
    • insignificant to appeal to the deeper side of a serious observer. For
    • affairs, especially at the present time. We know the significance of
    • official living in 1910 wore a certain uniform as an outer sign of his
    • sign that the legends and myths take certain forms in certain peoples.
    • of significance to the whole of evolution. At a particular point of
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    • signifies the re-enlivening of man's consciousness precisely
    • animates the whole of humanity. Then the Resurrection signifies only
    • The significance of the words, ex Deo nascimur, is realized
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    • is confirmed in its deeper significance by occultism. Those who have
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    • and the Significance of a Knowledge of Christ
    • significance shortly after the period of kamaloca. It also determines
    • that have just been spoken. The fact that these significant
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    • is capable, that he can do it. A certain resignation is
    • To be able to do so is a sign of progress for humanity at large. So
    • The visions in which we are enveloped hold less and less significance
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    • aspect of the significance of the Mystery of Golgotha, of
    • died for you, and his significance for you is the same as for every
    • constellation of stars. This constellation is significant for his
    • Attention is drawn to the significance for the soul when it feels
    • These are significant facts of evolution. They are voiced not on
    • with what was expressed as significant occult truth by the “blind
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    • times. Unfulfilled wishes acquire great significance for him but
    • astral body. Things of considerable significance and of which we are
    • significance.
    • only recall the significance of such an event for our soul life when
    • each have a different significance for the life after death.
    • significant. One who is capable of love and compassion lives through
    • not merely have an egotistical significance. It may also be of
    • objective significance because in our further existence this
    • birth. They are significant because on earth we are in fact nothing
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    • of significance for our spiritual endeavors. We know that in a number
    • to say a few introductory words about the significance of such forms.
    • in a twofold way to considering the significance of spiritual
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    • time I spoke to you here, I dealt briefly with a significant phase of
    • of no significance. But what actually occurs is only the smallest
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    • precedes the embryonic stage. This is of the utmost significance, for
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    • not less significant than the events between birth and death. We can
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    • Life on earth has yet another significance. It is only on the earth
    • Until then Mars had been the chosen center of forces designated by
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    • essential significance take place in a realm nearer the earth than,
    • the Moon sphere that adjustments take place that are of significance
    • blameworthy. In order to show how significant such things may be I
    • greatest value and significance. We will speak in a moment of the
    • event of the greatest significance for that planet then took place.
    • perceive how significantly he is connected with the whole cosmos.
    • through the Saturn sphere is of special significance for his next
    • record there is of significance for the individual's own
    • also becomes significant for the evolution of the earth as a whole.
    • significant when I was studying Leonardo da Vinci. I was to give a
    • principle that perfection signifies for the different epochs the end
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    • significance of spiritual science because it bridges the gulf between
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    • spheres. Such spiritual knowledge throws significant light on
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    • on this course; it will lead us to significant heights of
    • into movement. That was his great central act; his most significant
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    • the same significance as the general concept “Cats”. Here
    • example. But I can show you a much more significant example and I
    • significance of the material world and its laws. Much acute thinking
    • might reveal very little of any significance. Can one say the
    • significance for its particular domain. Between Materialism and
    • the signs of the Zodiac in order to illuminate the earth from twelve
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    • understand the significance of these twelve typical varieties, must
    • signs of the Zodiac, and this is in no wise arbitrary, for between
    • the individual signs of the Zodiac and the Earth there really is a
    • between, e.g. the sign Aries and the Earth. But when the Sun, Saturn,
    • sign Aries, then influence is different from what it is when they are
    • seen in the sign Leo. Thus the effect which comes to us out of the
    • planets stand in one or other of the Zodiacal signs. In the case of
    • twelve “mental-zodiacal-signs” (Geistes-Tierkreisbilder).
    • influenced by the respective mental-zodiacal-sign. Thus in the twelve
    • mental-zodiacal-signs we have something that can lead us to a deep
    • thought by the spiritual cosmos of the twelve zodiacal signs, which
    • immaterial by which of these twelve “mental-zodiacal signs”
    • whole configuration of his world-outlook can be designated as
    • illuminated by e.g. the mental-zodiacal-sign that we have here called
    • mental-zodiacal-sign of Idealism.
    • world-outlook sign of Realism. They go through the world in such a
    • make an abundance of significant comments on it, because with their
    • connection with all twelve world-outlook signs. Hence, if we want to
    • circle signifies that the Gnosis can move round through all twelve
    • world-outlook signs. Just as a planet goes through all twelve signs
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    • so that the soul-mood which I designated yesterday as Mysticism, and
    • the soul by this standing of Mysticism in the sign of Idealism waits
    • in the sign of Idealism. Now the forces which arise in this way do
    • person comes under other influences, under other spiritual signs and
    • and Empiricism stands in the sign of Rationalism. You see, as I drew
    • the sign of Rationalism. The result is that such a soul changes its
    • stood in the sign of Idealism, this will pass over into another
    • sign of Rationalism. However, from what I have now explained, you can
    • gather that human souls can have an inclination to change the sign
    • and if it wants to swing forward also in the zodiacal signs, then it
    • of 60 degrees from the first line, where Mysticism stood in the sign
    • expresses itself. Hence this configuration, Voluntarism in the sign
    • Voluntarism would stand in opposition to Rationalism in the sign of
    • has a quite different significance. Here, “opposition” is
    • configuration passed over into “Sun in the sign of Taurus”,
    • he could get no further. He could not go with Mars into the sign of
    • into the sign of Scorpio. His last phase was characterized by his
    • For example, that which appears to us finally in the sign of Idealism
    • other varieties of moods and signs worked in upon men from out of the
    • Mysticism (working together because Mysticism stood in the sign of
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    • on this course; it will lead us to significant heights of
    • into movement. That was his great central act; his most significant
    • This is a significant point. And the significance is this —
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    • the same significance as the general concept “Cats”. Here
    • example. But I can show you a much more significant example and I
    • significance of the material world and its laws. Much acute thinking
    • might reveal very little of any significance. Can one say the
    • significance for its particular domain. Between Materialism and
    • the signs of the Zodiac in order to illuminate the earth from twelve
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    • understand the significance of these twelve typical varieties, must
    • signs of the Zodiac, and this is in no wise arbitrary, for between
    • the individual signs of the Zodiac and the Earth there really is a
    • between, e.g. the sign Aries and the Earth. But when the Sun, Saturn,
    • sign Aries, then influence is different from what it is when they are
    • seen in the sign Leo. Thus the effect which comes to us out of the
    • planets stand in one or other of the Zodiacal signs. In the case of
    • twelve “mental-zodiacal-signs” (Geistes-Tierkreisbilder).
    • influenced by the respective mental-zodiacal-sign. Thus in the twelve
    • mental-zodiacal-signs we have something that can lead us to a deep
    • thought by the spiritual cosmos of the twelve zodiacal signs, which
    • immaterial by which of these twelve “mental-zodiacal signs”
    • whole configuration of his world-outlook can be designated as
    • illuminated by e.g. the mental-zodiacal-sign that we have here called
    • mental-zodiacal-sign of Idealism.
    • world-outlook sign of Realism. They go through the world in such a
    • make an abundance of significant comments on it, because with their
    • connection with all twelve world-outlook signs. Hence, if we want to
    • circle signifies that the Gnosis can move round through all twelve
    • world-outlook signs. Just as a planet goes through all twelve signs
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    • so that the soul-mood which I designated yesterday as Mysticism, and
    • the soul by this standing of Mysticism in the sign of Idealism waits
    • in the sign of Idealism. Now the forces which arise in this way do
    • person comes under other influences, under other spiritual signs and
    • and Empiricism stands in the sign of Rationalism. You see, as I drew
    • the sign of Rationalism. The result is that such a soul changes its
    • stood in the sign of Idealism, this will pass over into another
    • sign of Rationalism. However, from what I have now explained, you can
    • gather that human souls can have an inclination to change the sign
    • and if it wants to swing forward also in the zodiacal signs, then it
    • of 60 degrees from the first line, where Mysticism stood in the sign
    • expresses itself. Hence this configuration, Voluntarism in the sign
    • Voluntarism would stand in opposition to Rationalism in the sign of
    • has a quite different significance. Here, “opposition” is
    • configuration passed over into “Sun in the sign of Taurus”,
    • he could get no further. He could not go with Mars into the sign of
    • into the sign of Scorpio. His last phase was characterized by his
    • For example, that which appears to us finally in the sign of Idealism
    • other varieties of moods and signs worked in upon men from out of the
    • Mysticism (working together because Mysticism stood in the sign of
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    • the meaning and significance of life, he finds before life's door a
    • with it play a role full of significance.
    • significant feelings, cutting deep into the human heart, of the
    • significance of suffering. We shall have to point here
    • see that this phenomenon too points to the significance of certain
    • latter is “The Occult Significance of Blood”.) it was
    • signifies were not continuously carried on. You need, however, only
    • will see for himself that significant things emerge from it.
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    • out of the past and what evil is to signify in their path of
    • earthly existence that there is now. Earth-existence signifies the
    • Cosmos of Love; existence on the previous planet signifies the Cosmos
    • ambrosia from the mortals. Both signify love; love is created within
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    • different values, and we shall estimate their significance for men if
    • independent activity. The signal for this free activity of the
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    • it was not actually designed by the person himself. If this connection
    • signifies. This may be very useful in our life. What should a man do
    • manifestation which has its significance for the whole of mankind
    • significance for each personality, each individuality, and for all
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    • how such a comparatively insignificant experience could make such a
    • may throw its very significant shadow or light on the later life. Here
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    • significant statement to this school: ‘We may be able to diagnose
    • We have also pointed out the significance of those experiences that
    • significance of the period which lies between birth and the time when
    • most significant that when this process has entered the soul as a life
    • exercised. We must endeavour to see the significance of that education
    • significance of the ‘chance’ that Luther once conversed with
    • will naturally fathom their true significance and so realise that
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    • sign that the luciferic power lies at its roots. People who go in for
    • watches over the ordered cosmic design is fighting against that which
    • rebels against this design and against its exclusiveness. Our
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    • What has been said in our last lecture is of great significance and of
    • events in our life which are of profound significance. Let us remember
    • significance of the question: ‘What is the relationship between
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    • to adopt such measures until they will be of significance and utility
    • inevitable that what is of profound inner significance also appears as
    • experience and not the physical event which is significant in birth
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    • intervention. What does this signify and in what way is such a fact
    • significance only to the earth-man.
    • they depend altogether upon those facts which are of significance for
    • to be significant to oneself only, for then one would call forth one
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    • or the other there will be an excess which signifies at any moment of
    • evolution of mankind itself both meaning and significance are to be
    • ask what significance they had in the course of human evolution. In
    • good!’ That is a significant statement. Why is it there? The
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    • significant insights into the path to higher knowledge.
    • understood that it is a significant experience when a soul can go
    • called the Saturn period of Devachan (one can designate the
    • resolution of soul was reached. Significant and profound are the
    • significance for a person's emotional life. There one lives through
    • characters and how it continually gains in significance towards the
    • planned, after Ahriman has been shown in his deeper significance in
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    • significant insights into the path to higher knowledge.
    • significance to the science of the spirit to seize this border region
    • had already been designed before they entered it — this does
    • active inwardly within the human being, we assign to the soul.
    • inspired by Lucifer. We can designate something else as the
    • Most significantly, however, it is on the borderland or threshold
    • immensely significant.
    • been designed before Lucifer began his meddling.
    • are significant only for the physical sense world, if the soul is to
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    • significant insights into the path to higher knowledge.
    • significance: that when we are not strong enough to bring forth the
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    • significant insights into the path to higher knowledge.
    • of arbitrary signs to their meaning. Learning to read as we have to
    • when one is able to point out the sure sign of true, genuine,
    • initiates of every age could behold the significance in a certain
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    • significant insights into the path to higher knowledge.
    • immense significance — this was quite clear to Capesius —
    • alone. But speech has its purpose and significance in the community
    • own, for then speech would lose its significance, but a common
    • language; the further mankind progresses, the more significant is the
    • designated as Philia appears to him as a spiritually tangible being,
    • most significant factor in cultural development on the physical
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    • significant insights into the path to higher knowledge.
    • world and has no significance for it — although it can there be
    • intermediate condition. Such ideas have no immediate significance for
    • by side. This is a significant phenomenon for anyone wishing to form
    • of deep significance that in Central Europe both kinds of writing,
    • significance at all in the spiritual world. There, instead of the
    • destiny! This is of great significance for your spiritual perception
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    • significant insights into the path to higher knowledge.
    • significant for the course of a soul's development.
    • little what a significant experience one must still undergo in order
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    • significant insights into the path to higher knowledge.
    • regarded by many as of equal significance to profound, scrupulous
    • highly significant, indeed of infinite importance for the sake of a
    • At this point comes one of the very significant moments
    • world. The harrowing and significant impression that someone can have
    • a simple, straightforward but very significant scene, we shall not
    • meeting intended to be of real significance towards the end of the
    • The most splendid sign and seal on our spiritual
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    • the human body, what their significance is for the human body, can
    • designation “Buddha” is an honourable title which may be
    • Baptist. Once more it was in a significant expression that the
    • shows that in the deepest and most significant way he was connected
    • of aphorisms. When we approach him we find much that is significant
    • therewith the personality, we are able to grasp the full significance
    • illness may show it. And those things which signify the connection of
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    • shown how man has to assign an aim to his visions, and how this
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    • little of this remains that is of real significance for the soul at
    • significance Latin, this crystallized Romanism, still has today for
    • art and philosophy, radiant in its forms and inner significance,
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    • gave some indication of where we have to look today for signs of
    • still in great measure unfree, but we may see how so significant a man
    • being of Christ is of great significance, and so we will select
    • Christ that is of deep significance. It is not a life of Jesus but an
    • Him and His part in the evolution of the earth. How significant are
    • sixteenth century the word has had the same significance in such
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    • founded that were designed to counteract the excesses of the Taotl
    • his kin. This spirit was designated with a word that sounded like
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    • dead. From this one could learn something immensely significant, that
    • receives them in their deep moral significance and lets them make a
    • shows what it signifies for man, in respect of the great cosmic
    • only learns to know the real significance of hatred and unfounded
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    • souls of men were turned to the Great Spirit who was designated by a
    • was the designation of the Great Spirit in the time of Atlantis. The
    • in the form he had assumed in America, and who was designated by a
    • physical phenomenon, a physical fact, were to signify an end of human
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    • cord was the sign of their work, which was freely undertaken for what
    • wealth. After he had seen what a different significance gold could
    • used to take life, the significance of which you have already learned
    • here a significant twofold attack effected in world history.
    • death worked there. If we wished to designate, not quite
    • under what insignia things enter world history. I think that one can
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    • their meditating upon what happens does not signify much because the
    • Argon, played a definitely significant role; one need only look at two
    • — the execution of Sir Thomas More, that most significant and
    • thinkers and is emphatically not without significance. They are keen
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    • his thinking, in all that he designates as his world of thought, there
    • meet as the leaders of these Mysteries men who may be designated as a
    • significance are now working themselves out, it was shown for the
    • coming in of Initiation with the most significant weapons.
    • I was recently informed of something which is significant in historic
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    • a sign only was made, a sign which resembles certain combinations of
    • signs which we attempt in the art of Eurhythmy. The Jewish priesthood,
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    • significant difficulties. You have often been told that the Science of
    • significant example as to the course of Nature, but it serves for the
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    • significance if we want to look into the whole spiritual condition of
    • significantly to the mark of the present day — this drowsiness
    • the whole significance of such a matter? Nothing will help us to reach
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    • headquarters it would have commissioned an architect to design it on
    • mysteries of birth not of death. And that is a deeply significant fact
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    • cosmic connections and assigned man his position in them.
    • all familiar, but whose significance for human consciousness has
    • sphere one did not assign beings like present-day men but more exalted
    • divine beings ranking above them and signifying, in their
    • significance, is discarded by the living man at death.
    • significance only when we are able to experience in our soul such a
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    • resuscitated among men and that the time is ripe for assigning it its
    • of a spiritual being enchanted in it — a relatively insignificant
    • precisely by grasping it in its right spiritual significance we can
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    • engenders no enthusiasm, hence all outer signs of such a connection
    • of customs that lack all deeper social significance.
    • its particularly far-reaching social significance, we must naturally
    • first create a feeling for what it might signify; for by no means must
    • proper is of extraordinarily little significance. The dramatic
    • is of quite special significance because in that place many reminders
    • the twelve signs of the zodiac; and on the mountain we had climbed we
    • circles, ignoring the insignificant distance between them, the same
    • cosmic conditions having significance for life on this earth. And now,
    • surrounded by the firmament, and particularly the signs of the zodiac.
    • Here the symbol begins to take on significance. By means of ordinary
    • significance, in the same way that the forces of nature, through his
    • especial significance — significant socially as well.
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    • were strictly assigned. It is really distressing to see how
    • St. John Festival was celebrated in its original significance, were
    • the signal for shedding various articles of clothing; but rather, it
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    • will recognize the fact that it is a matter of especial significance
    • significance for us; and more is really attained when we can do this
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    • natural-scientific ideas to designate as heredity. Man bears within
    • earthly thought may be designated the Primeval Wisdom, which is
    • significance and arouses reverence even in the shape of the
    • quite definite significance in the whole connection of cosmic events;
    • extraordinary significance to man. There were even times when this
    • remain quiet. If he said anything it had to be significant. It had to
    • Grasp the full significance of this. Picture the rising
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    • “When I fall asleep I consign my memories to the powers which
    • nevertheless it actually points to a significant reality. That which
    • appearance signifies a great deal. This work of man on his own
    • significance to external nature, as is also the way in which he
    • reason those beings whom I have designated as elementary spirits, the
    • last lecture but one the significance of transposing oneself vividly
    • significance to me personally, a few years ago, to transpose myself
    • which I am now saying should have a certain significance especially
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    • significant one.
    • whereas in the ancient times sulphur was of very great significance
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    • universe is of little significance. But we know that the John Gospel
    • begins with the deeply significant words: “In the Primal
    • Anyone who meditates on this significant commencement of
    • with our puny human word, so insignificant in the presence of the
    • confronts these significant words: “In the Primal Beginning was
    • gained a sacred significance because it was uttered not merely
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    • certain longing. Indeed, to experience such things signifies much
    • signifies that one goes through a complete scale of sensations, and
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    • significance. That which the pupil at first experienced when he gave
    • is dying. In the winter crystals of the snow we have the outer sign
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    • more significantly, much more energetically with the human being of
    • significant memorials in later times to the primal wisdom of men, to
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    • to mind the real significance. of the fact that the knowledge and
    • which is of special significance — the union of both Mysteries.
    • space surrounding man, and there it has its significance. It has this
    • significance there, that it radiates its forces everywhere, even
    • was surrounded by the signs of the planets and the sun, represented
    • toward something very significant. For there were two kinds of
    • will endeavour to put before you at the proper place the significance
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    • signifies that which is cold and damp, “inside” that
    • man who indicates the sign of Leo, how Leo pours down its forces,
    • beings are born of the warmth ether under the influence of the signs
    • Mysteries signified the world. A knowledge of the world was the
    • To what extent this is of great historical significance
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    • different significance this had for those souls as compared with the
    • signposts, but which being simply descendants from what lived before,
    • certain signs in the sacrificial smoke) certain characteristics; and
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    • Rosicrucians. This designation is in a certain sense quite
    • external sign for something which lives and works in the astral
    • extended even as far as Greece. The significant details of this will
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    • understand the meaning and significance of our studies, for it
    • whole breathing process and its significance in the human
    • are greatly significant in the organism, it is known how to and
    • way do we come to know the real significance for knowledge of
    • processes of significance for the human constitution. A long
    • significance in the constitution of man beyond this? Do they
    • significance.
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    • physical, solid organs. Anthroposophy designates this
    • research. This is of the greatest significance, for only in
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    • significance. Very little attention is paid nowadays to what I
    • significance for pathology and therapy.
    • there are rhythms that are of essential significance to the
    • has a definite relationship to what I designated this morning
    • a ratio of exceptional significance.
    • system, but these radiations have no direct significance. Both
    • certain significance which I well appreciate, but among other
    • significant regulating principle will come to light if we
    • significance for pathology and therapy. When we look into the
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    • not without significance for its whole structure, for this
    • they help. This too will be significant, for many things that
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    • oriented spiritual science generally, the great significance of modern
    • organ, which can be designated in the most varied ways, as is customary
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    • significant when considering the phenomena of scarlet fever or measles
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    • illness arise that we designate inaccurately as mental illnesses
    • that healthy processes are simply designated as normal. Rather we look
    • designate as the albuminizing force formation.
    • process of protein formation, the process I would designate as the
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    • reach a certain level, having its actual significance in the head.
    • Goethean designation.
    • scaffolding, a scaffolding of forces. I will designate the
    • force-scaffolding, the line that designates the soul-spiritual element
    • point designated by
    • the remarkable significance of phosphorus for the human brain, we have
    • what it signifies as a transmitter of the ego-activity is transferred
    • of human evolution it is clearly perceptible today that the signs of
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    • significance of our studies, for it applies to all that may be
    • he observes the whole breathing process and its significance in the
    • man widens out in this way do we realise the full significance of the
    • invariably regarded as the only processes of significance. A
    • full significance.
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    • things not otherwise appreciated in their full significance assume
    • greatest significance for pathology and therapy. According to this
    • senses. This is a relationship of great significance.
    • no direct significance. Both the liver system and the kidney system
    • called — has a certain significance which I well appreciate,
    • highly significant principle will come to light if we investigate
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    • That too, will not be without significance, for many things that are
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    • as a whole since the dawn of modern times. It is a significant
    • too long, even in a few places, it will signify the death of modern
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    • significance that facts like these, which might easily be multiplied,
    • prevailing system. By this change, a very significant economic
    • transaction. Such things have a world-economic significance. Napoleon
    • it becomes itself an economic process. This is extremely significant.
    • resulting from present conditions of production is only a sign that
    • and placed on the market, it yields a profit. This is the only sign
    • is a sign that there are too few workers engaged on it.
    • the ability to spend a great deal is just the sign of a large income.
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    • expressed a deeply significant fact of modern evolution.
    • significance, has often presented to us the question: What is really
    • principle has become the sign and seal of human social endeavor and
    • greatest seriousness. He must ask himself: What is the significance
    • modern humanity, a very concrete significance. I will exemplify these
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    • must ask: How much of the spirit and significance of outer reality
    • itself from life. Art which merely imitates nature cannot design
    • significance, apart from nature, because it transcends nature. He
    • great and social significance to men, that everything by which they
    • in recent times! The man of Nazareth has been designated “the
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    • significance for the world.
    • significance of capital and the significance of labor; it must be
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    • theory of light is in any case not a true one. It is significant that
    • This is a fact of immense significance. Think back for a moment to
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    • sense of Economics. Indirectly it is of great significance, for on the
    • (or so at any rate we must suppose) the penny is but the sign for the
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    • Social Question.”* It would only have had real significance if
    • historical moment the assignment of value to Labour in relation to the
    • quite a different significance in those times owing to the operation
    • significance. It too was embraced in the religious impulses. Everyone,
    • so to speak, had his proper place assigned to him. But it was very
    • division of labour gained very great significance.
    • will this signify? Let us consider an example.
    • But we shall only arrive at the full significance of this if we
    • payment — the value that is assigned to his work — proceeds
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    • work together in any task that has significance for economic life.
    • is the economic significance of this “Capital from which the
    • value by spiritual means. Therein lies its true economic significance.
    • lectures). Let us designate what arises at this stage by Nl —
    • Now comes the division of Labour. What does it signify? It signifies a
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    • the amount of paper money, or whether I assign capital value to the
    • will be necessary to assign fewer workers to this particular
    • will find that this signifies nothing else for the economic process in
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    • fully into these things, as they are of economic significance), the
    • same significance in relation to the eventual products as do the raw
    • Such proposals have no deep economic significance. For we do not
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    • economic process, the significance of colonisation in the case of
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    • than those which stand entirely under the sign of the division of
    • theoretical concepts — what the picture signifies, when he gives
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    • advantage, and the gain of each and all becomes significant for the
    • But there is also another thing which is of fundamental significance;
    • significance, in spite of the fact, which has emerged from these
    • because of its fundamental significance that it must again and again
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    • different significance in the economic life from what it had before.
    • will be brought home to us in its full significance in the course of
    • should assign a peculiar property to the money which I carry about on
    • me; I should assign to it a kind of age. This 1910 money is older; it
    • hand, if you tame money, if you really assign to it a certain
    • wherein they have a very real significance — those gifts of which
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    • significant reshuffling of economic values. Now what were the factors
    • does it signify, in the economic sense, if a man paints a picture
    • — paints at it, shall we say, for ten whole years? It signifies
    • signifies a saving of work. Only by this means is an effectual
    • What, in the last resort, does the process signify? It signifies that
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    • transferred or delivered, this simply signifies the entry of an item
    • without more ado. First we must say: “Nut” signifies a
    • signifies a Nature-product united with human Labour. And then we can
    • magnitude in exchange for something, knows that it signifies so much
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    • The Significance of the Sun in Ancient and Modern Times, Zarathustra,
    • signified for them the Sun that moved round the Earth, giving light.
    • connection, that is of very great significance. A good deal of this
    • these later times, we designate as Christ. So that we are adhering
    • note the significant words that he uttered at the time of his
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    • Ah.]. Ach signifies: “A — I feel wonder. The sense
    • through the Sun while the Sun is in the sign of Leo. (It need not be
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    • to make clear to you at the same time the importance and significance
    • have clear and detailed insight into the significant events that take
    • Earth should be alive to the significance of what happens in sleep.
    • are given us in dreams have a certain significance, yet are not the
    • Sleep has, as you see, my dear friends, immense significance for the
    • from the Signs of the Zodiac. These are of two kinds — the
    • whether a particular sign is above or below the Earth.
    • full significance of the Christ for the life of Earth, as it has been
    • insignificant meeting or contact with another human being is not
    • every night afresh the significance of his life on Earth. This is
    • it cannot understand the Christ in His spiritual significance. That,
    • significance. From the moment of death, language begins to change for
    • will continue still to have significance even when man has left the
    • significance of Rousseau, and I am fully prepared to associate myself
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    • with soul, you will at once discern signs of their conflict. The
    • Mercury and Venus beings? What place is assigned to them in the world
    • actually assigned only to eye and ear and nose. They would like
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    • know what it signifies that man on Earth must die. Yes, it is through
    • significance of death.
    • very important period of Earth-existence, the significance of which
    • to Earth. For at this very point something of great significance is
    • growing comprehension the significance of Michael's leadership and
    • regulate the historic destinies of mankind, it also is signifying
    • make a very significant decision at the moment when he has already
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    • signified for them the Sun that moved round the Earth, giving light.
    • connection, that is of very great significance. A good deal of this
    • these later times, we designate as Christ. So that we are adhering
    • note the significant words that he uttered at the time of his
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    • Ah.]. Ach signifies: “A — I feel wonder. The sense
    • through the Sun while the Sun is in the sign of Leo. (It need not be
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    • to make clear to you at the same time the importance and significance
    • have clear and detailed insight into the significant events that take
    • Earth should be alive to the significance of what happens in sleep.
    • are given us in dreams have a certain significance, yet are not the
    • Sleep has, as you see, my dear friends, immense significance for the
    • from the Signs of the Zodiac. These are of two kinds — the
    • whether a particular sign is above or below the Earth.
    • full significance of the Christ for the life of Earth, as it has been
    • insignificant meeting or contact with another human being is not
    • every night afresh the significance of his life on Earth. This is
    • it cannot understand the Christ in His spiritual significance. That,
    • significance. From the moment of death, language begins to change for
    • will continue still to have significance even when man has left the
    • significance of Rousseau, and I am fully prepared to associate myself
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    • with soul, you will at once discern signs of their conflict. The
    • Mercury and Venus beings? What place is assigned to them in the world
    • actually assigned only to eye and ear and nose. They would like
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    • know what it signifies that man on Earth must die. Yes, it is through
    • significance of death.
    • very important period of Earth-existence, the significance of which
    • to Earth. For at this very point something of great significance is
    • growing comprehension the significance of Michael's leadership and
    • regulate the historic destinies of mankind, it also is signifying
    • make a very significant decision at the moment when he has already
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    • think, feel, and sense their content and significance but when, under
    • Without doubt, a significant question arises before us
    • the whole meaning of earthly life that we penetrate the significance
    • this fact is nonetheless of definite, indeed, of great significance.
    • trifling significance that a few people should come together who
    • all the significance of reincarnation and of the fact that one can
    • something full of significance — after the Atlantean
    • also be used to refer to more extensive epochs. The designation of
    • has occurred in the past. Definite periods of time can be assigned to
    • remaining in darkness, it might have happened that this significant
    • without taking this most significant event into one's consciousness.”
    • The first signs of these new soul faculties will begin
    • be especially significant. Faculties that now are quite unusual for
    • significant event of our time is a deep, decisive transformation in
    • able to comprehend such an event that is of the utmost significance
    • “Yes, there have indeed been a number of fools but no sign of
    • subjects. What was said, however, is significant not only for those
    • have prepared themselves for these significant coming events by
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    • significance in our lives only when they can be transformed, recast,
    • significance for us only when we are able to know something more
    • precise and intimate concerning the sense and significance of the
    • The other question is: what particular significance is
    • that was preceded by another that we designate as the Greco-Latin.
    • the one we designate as the ancient Persian; still further back, we
    • teaching of the Rishis, continued to have special designations for
    • those connected with our world — the designation Krita Yuga was
    • deny that he has passed through his youth. This age was designated as
    • ancient expressions have at the same time their deep significance,
    • which these designations flow.
    • Then came the age we designate with an Oriental
    • the full significance of this deed.
    • The whole significance of what occurred arises before our souls when
    • significant leaps take place in the course of spiritual development.
    • Life then moves gradually forward until significant spiritual leaps
    • significant of all events, not only for that time but also for the
    • important and significant event may be taking place. When people say,
    • expressed in those significant words that one must only learn to
    • persons, and we can designate this event as a return of Christ, a
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    • show us how significant it is, based on research that can be done in
    • know, therefore, what is of special significance in thinking,
    • beings the significance of right-mindedness. This will all lead human
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    • our time. We must bear clearly in mind that the designations
    • significance for human life we can mention is that between sun and
    • deeply significant for our whole doctrine of earthly evolution if its
    • and woman? Yes, this higher polarity can be designated as the
    • moon is of deep, incisive significance for the evolution of humanity
    • significance of the comet's appearance is that the I, as it develops
    • rightful place and significance in the whole structure of our
    • is a matter of holding fast to higher, more significant workings and
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    • is designated as the so-called Dark Age — the lesser Dark Age —
    • of Christianity. All that we at the present time designate as the
    • character to another — there existed what one can designate as
    • Solomon that he sought to understand the significance of the Christ
    • significant event repeats itself. It repeats itself in the second
    • seemingly insignificant layman came to the locality where he preached
    • will bring us mighty things. Let us call to mind the significance of
    • contemplation, away from the combining of physical, sensible signs.
    • designated as the year when humanity was led down from the old
    • signify for Paul. Until this event took place, Paul was acquainted
    • doctrine had spoken. The significant thing is that Paul was not
    • human beings. It is an event that has significance not only for those
    • as the event that signifies the greatest turning point in the
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    • You know that one of the most significant pronouncements made as the
    • significant took place in man's entire soul development at that time.
    • significance of this age? It was the era in which it was normal for
    • significant sign was given in advance through the many baptisms
    • withdrawn — and he can then experience a sign of the new
    • What occurs in such a significant epoch of humanity
    • Shamballa, through which we may learn to know the significance and
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    • One can perceive the significance of this event in the
    • significance of these faculties. It will be impossible then to fall
    • are preparing ourselves to understand the significant era ahead of
    • significance of this second coming of Christ; then, in the life
    • not been able on earth to understand the significance of Christ's
    • the outer sign of this is the appearance of the comet. Those who let
    • This will be observed by those who understand the signs of the times.
    • In the macrocosm, the sign for this influence is the fact that the
    • sun at the vernal equinox has entered the sign of Pisces, the Fish.
    • At the time when Christ appeared, the sun was in the sign of Aries,
    • the Ram. The sun began to enter this sign in about 800 BC and was
    • been in the sign of Pisces for several centuries. In the near future
    • it will have advanced so far in this sign that it will be the outer
    • theoretical teaching but rather that the signs of the times have
    • consciousness will understand the significance of this Fifth Gospel
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    • nothing of the inner lawfulness whose outer sign is the comet.
    • sign of the comet is appearing again, and if people do not listen to
    • There is another significant sign, however, one that
    • spring sign of Pisces, the Fish, in which we have stood for several
    • constellation of Aries, the Ram. We are thus well into this sign of
    • signs have to show them. Wisdom should inflame and enlighten its
    • Christ's appearance in the etheric thus has significance for all the
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    • the esoteric significance of the relationship between sleeping and
    • To estimate the full significance of how these two
    • brain toward the heart; we must also grasp the full significance of
    • possible significance for all future ages of the earth, and it could
    • nature, is something small and insignificant compared with the
    • We thus realize what a tremendous advance was signified
    • the most significant teachings concerning the Christ being and the
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    • of departure that is much more significant than what official
    • serious, significant truth.
    • correct, significant thought, this was to be taken from man. The
    • significant impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha. This impulse of the
    • actually designate him as the “Christ.” What will be
    • Indian brotherhoods, who wish no less significantly to interfere in
    • Such things show you how significant it is not to accept
    • This is extremely significant, and we will see tomorrow
    • but how it is metamorphosed depends greatly upon man. Two significant
    • discussions that are also particularly significant for those among us
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    • significant event at the beginning of the 1840s, that is, in the
    • This is connected, however, with a very significant
    • so, however, and those strong contradictions so full of significance
    • Something still more significant, however, will enter
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    • demanded by the signs of the time and that must be made known to
    • greater significance than all the wishy-washy talk of “cosmic
    • mechanical nature will be a problem of great significance for the
    • things indicate to us that something most significant is in the
    • within humanity, a knowledge that is designated today with such
    • significant mystery. In fact, gold stands materially in the same
    • You can see outer signs of all these things. I do not
    • about something very significant of a group-egotistical nature in
    • able above all to reflect today about the significance of
    • constellations in something that is at work and the significance of
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    • clear to me that definite things demanded by the signs of our
    • What is the significance of these forces in the entire
    • You can realize the actual significance of this for all
    • mental pictures they had constructed only have a certain significance
    • ordinary history. Significant theologians say that it is foolish to
    • of paper. The real significance of this is, however, that even what
    • significance of the Mystery of Golgotha, that he has done everything
    • closely connected with what the signs of the times are proclaiming
    • been created that will signify the spread of real Christianity over
    • beings understand clearly the signs of the times, that they see in
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    • can lead to significant conclusions about the way in which the human
    • the place that is designated here as Palestine, as Jerusalem, out of
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    • Rosicrucianism or some other occult designation, and I should like to
    • called up, to begin with, of the Beings who may be designated as the
    • Hierarchy signifies an inner illumination. The Saturn Warmth
    • colour signifies a working together of Light and Darkness. But this
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    • and the meaning and significance of each for the whole. And he felt
    • led afterwards to what we may designate as “mediaeval
    • significance of the sound A (as in “father”). The point
    • the pupil had come to know the meaning and significance of
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    • in a significant manner, it is still, shall we say, human in
    • was of immense significance. One left these men, not only with warmth
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    • Nettesheim assigns to each single planet what he calls the
    • than a sign, an announcement, so to say, of the presence of spiritual
    • the Earth. Hence that significant mediaeval conception that was
    • In the first place there are all kinds of signs — Triangles,
    • the symbolic meaning of this or that sign, concerning all of which
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    • symbol thus obtained played, as I said, a significant part even as
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    • significant riddles of existence, and in quite a new way when
    • the Proper conditions. Hence he assigned his Gods to special places
    • very significant battle. For on the one hand the Michael impulse has
    • the same time another sign: 8. For
    • then, one did not hold fast to the one sign but got free of it. Then
    • one felt the real A as something higher than the mere sign of A or
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    • thus found in the spiritual world might be compared with the signposts
    • perhaps, and the name of some place or other, but signposts on which
    • thinking, feeling, willing. I am speaking of spiritual signposts. Such
    • signposts in the riddle-language may become a real impulse for life, a
    • guiding sign, its gaze sent outwards, never drawn back into himself;
    • with a positive gaze which is like a sign, as it were pointing
    • significant. The festival of Christmas has not arisen through any
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    • significant riddles of existence, and in quite a new way when
    • him under the proper conditions. Hence he assigned his gods to
    • much significant battle. For on the one hand the Michael impulse has
    • learn at the same time another sign: O. For then one did not hold
    • fast to the one sign but got free of it. Then one felt the real
    • A as something higher than the mere sign of A or O.
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    • of the utmost significance.
    • partakers in things of great significance.
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    • to-day, but signified rather a living participation in the deeds of
    • Astrology had a living significance for the experience of each human
    • otherwise designated in writings as Michael, has become the
    • significance: this will be the Michael Festival. It will be a festival
    • days of September, this would be a most significant deed. But the
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    • unutterable, and if it had to be uttered, a sign only was made, a sign
    • which resembles certain combinations of signs which we attempt in the
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    • soul will always be aware of other insignificant abilities in comparison
    • example, to the cosmos, at least to something significant in the
    • gods. We should not be surprised to hear that the most significant
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    • lily. Delicate, significant spiritual forces are indeed latent in the
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    • regard to matters of the greatest significance. Nothing less has
    • We have here touched something of infinite significance in human
    • Space, became henceforward a vision in Time. That was the significance
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    • what the expression “Twice-born” signifies. No doubt there
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    • events signify facts and carry the spiritual life from one age into
    • significance in the evolution of the world. We have already mentioned
    • and Alexander recognised what the fire at Ephesus had signified, when
    • Take this as we will, take it as a picture. The picture signifies the
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    • been known, and that furthermore there was a certain significance in
    • and minds of some men there was a feeling that significant things
    • terrible and significant matter. The man had departed from the
    • That is how it would be designated in terms current in Europe
    • signs of what is considered by the priesthood to indicate the
    • signs, the great soul of the Bodhisattva has incarnated, and then he
    • designated by their headgear: the Yellow Caps and the Red Tassels.
    • earth-evolution. The outward significance lies in the fact of
    • That is the outward significance, added to the fact that this novel
    • significant in this novel, “The Mahaguru.”
    • Inwardly significant is what is presented to us in the
    • immediately impressed by its grandeur and significance. This
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    • significance. One can truly say that it was consciously brought into
    • external happenings, significant impulses are at work in the cultural
    • said and this will be sufficient to bring home the significance of
    • little as he understands how to resign himself to death — there
    • significant effect. Let me put it like this: it was as if by methods
    • that had great significance in ancient times — in the Atlantean
    • in the old sense of the word — this signified colossal
    • they cannot take the right standpoint. As a sign and symptom,
    • non-Christian literature, he (Petrarch) gave a very significant
    • things are signs of the task and of the value to be attached to the
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    • I spoke of significant literary works from which these wrestlings of
    • yet for all that a significant soul — who participated to
    • significance at death, showing thereby that it would not have led
    • themselves consider highly significant — and then after a year
    • make clear to us the whole seriousness and significance of a matter
    • people do not realise or feel the seriousness, significance and
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    • of these turning points has often been designated as the fifteenth century
    • of little significance.
    • played a significant role. Parallel to it there arose — though
    • concept rose to its full significance in the third post-Atlantean or
    • significance at its proper time, and in all the manifestations of Greek
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    • derive significance through the fact that they provide warmth. Well,
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    • feel, intimately, the significance of the formation of man's head (my
    • dimension has no significance for the etheric, only the other two
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    • measured by the rising of Sirius the significance for their lives of
    • earth evolution. But this cognition will cease to be of significance
    • everything described there as natural laws: it has an earthly significance
    • of the fact that her words are of greater significance for the cosmos
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    • language” designates the spiritual entity behind any specific
    • already drawn attention to the peculiar way the German language designates
    • is, we make a significant difference. In German the word beautiful
    • beautiful” designates something objective. If we were to treat its
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    • his own organism the child is inwardly the most significant sculptor.
    • is imparted. We must relearn the spiritual significance of directions,
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    • magical signs of the printed letters of the present day no longer
    • signs.
    • begin with the picture. That is not a magic sign but something real
    • of very great significance and must constantly be borne in mind. In
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    • the tiger cruel, for cruelty is his most important and significant
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    • for the child. But that does not matter. It is of great significance
    • now gradually proceed to show the child a sign for this
    • make five strokes next to one another but to make this sign V for the
    • significance, for in truth man is permeated with soul and spirit in
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    • designate the same thing. In the primeval human language the same
    • designate such different things as though they were the same you no
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    • own fantasy. This is of great significance, and I would earnestly beg
    • significance in the two cases.
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    • of morbid symptoms, but as signposts showing the way. For it is easier
    • century — are not a beginning only, but to a very significant degree
    • Thus Paracelsus viewed what was formerly designated the cosmic element
    • The exact significance of such facts grew more and more obscure,
    • essential significance. There must be certain forces acting against
    • nothing about his significance for science.
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    • activity; we shall have to consider the significance of our rhythmic
    • functional or dynamic, i.e. of the first signs of a morbid condition.
    • (Archaeus). If we wish to find a current term to designate certain
    • significance for the medicine of the future. If hysteria has become
    • the signature of hysteria. It has been driven into the physical
    • danger signal of something which is wrong in the organism, so that the
    • this truth as a significant educational rule of medicine. They said:
    • upper sphere. This is a most significant inner relationship and we
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    • There is much here of enormous significance to medicine, but it can
    • difference is of fundamental significance. For instance, I would ask
    • base itself on something of immense significance, in the observation
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    • Only these can enable us to judge the significance of every fact we
    • for much that is most significant here has not yet been investigated.
    • condition of disease they have at best only the significance of
    • curiously significant. I do not know how many of you some time ago
    • significance for the elementary observance of cleanliness, but not for
    • between ourselves and the world outside, something very significant
    • significant for its totality than is generally believed. Science has
    • world. The special significance of the nerves and senses system for
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    • Today I have to put some significant facts before you which may to
    • It is of fundamental significance, that certain individuals in whom
    • there is great significance in the oyster and the formative process of
    • are at least no less scientific, in their true significance, than much
    • by these two groups, as of far more significance than — if I may say
    • contains something of great significance and value. The plant sinks
    • reached an angle of 180 degrees from the plant. This is significant,
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    • that is most significant in the inner being of man. When the
    • significance. The whole organic process, as it were, advances against
    • temperature chart. Of course this may be less significant for therapy
    • are never all of equal significance. For some of these manifestations
    • begin such an investigation with some particularly significant and
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    • in taste. It is significant that we have hitherto had to describe
    • connection is extremely significant and characteristic, proving the
    • This Law of Similarity contains something very significant. But the
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    • illustrative instances before you which can be of great significance.
    • itself, and they are always much more valuable and significant than
    • this fact of reabsorption and return is very significant.
    • instructive significance, and not least because if plants heal us,
    • my opinion there is extraordinary significance in the fact that the
    • study of methods, for their operation is so extremely significant and
    • I have designated red. These red regions may be influenced and cured
    • very significant.
    • syphilis is of no more significance than the fact that in order to
    • — if followed up in the right way — of great significance in the
    • we receive these ancient intuitions, in all their significance. At
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    • facts. For significant intuitions can emerge from such study,
    • there is some significance in the relation of oxygen to nitrogen in
    • Spiritual Science shows us this significant fact: every change in the
    • significance in the actual presence of external substances, traceable
    • happenings in the external world. Now: What is the significance and
    • significance internally, so also the main metals enumerated here, are
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    • it is far more significant that the mistletoe as it grows on trees is
    • characteristic and significant property, to prevent the normal course
    • important. There are also significant cultural aspects. For example,
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    • formations. This process is of infinite significance. Persons with
    • Similarly, the process of tumorous formation has its significance in
    • but whose significance is constantly under-rated. Here is one
    • working abroad signifies the formative force of the whole human
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    • to these extremely significant affinities and also to an understanding
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    • advanced yesterday, namely from the significance of splenetic
    • aroused much interest of recent years. It is significant that we
    • becomes thoroughly abnormal; so that especial significance attaches to
    • whole significance of massage. Massage has a certain definite
    • significance and under some circumstances a powerful remedial effect,
    • influence of a blue room or red is less significant than the contrast
    • This is significant. Suppose we see a patient, and diagnose the need
    • authority as principles of education. But their significance is great,
    • connected with things of the greatest significance in the human
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    • whose correct significance can only be judged in connection with tooth
    • distant on the mouth and teeth. Here is a significant fact with regard
    • creeds, have any justification or significance. But in all the
    • external world — the more unsocial we become. The significance of the
    • external. Such a principle can only become significant if what happens
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    • of warmth. Here we have a most significant indication and gauge for
    • significance for the whole constitution of the soul in later life. We
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    • the nature-process. Yet another quality is even more significant.
    • universal surroundings. The significance of such a method is shown if
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    • in that upper sphere. The significant fact here is, however, the
    • The regulation of these functions is of special significance; it is
    • organism are of inestimable significance.
    • momentary subjective sensations as significant. In chronic cases, we
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    • significant about the time of the change of teeth, about the seventh
    • organ is also of quite special significance for the life of soul. If
    • showing signs of degeneration or of illness, with which we can
    • incomplete, and we have, in consequence, a very significant defect of
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    • significance for you, in view of the tasks that you are undertaking.
    • insanity has had in earlier ages a very significant incarnation, he
    • you know this is of untold significance. Receive it as a meditation.
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    • epileptic phenomena show signs that the astral body is involved
    • can perceive externally in the child may be a sign to us that we need
    • in each single earthly life. This has a very significant result,
    • can never fail to be for us most significant symptoms. Although there
    • as a sign that he has pushed down this quality of acquisitiveness
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    • various forms are designated are of no importance. What is important
    • certain resignation, for where this kind of treatment has been given
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    • child, I shall look for signs of overmuch sulphur in the albumen.
    • quite apathetic, but at the same time show signs also of being
    • into movement at all — then that is for us a first sign that
    • mechanical. This is a very bad sign in a child. Nothing will persuade
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    • signs of increasing restlessness, and grew more and more difficult to
    • back; so we have in this boy the symptom of narrow-headedness, a sign
    • became smaller — a clear sign that results can be achieved in
    • primary significance for us as educators is the fact that the boy has
    • what L signifies. Think what formative forces the tongue is
    • developing when L is spoken! L is the sound that signifies yielding
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    • animal, anyway, has been a lion. We have here a sign that the boy's
    • such overwhelming significance as to throw all others into the
    • explained the true significance of the human brain. [On
    • paralysis showed signs of improvement. The affected part was left a
    • has nevertheless hopeful features. For there are signs of recovery,
    • there are signs that a natural betterment is taking place. We have in
    • assigning a particular task to each member of the college —
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    • his arms and got blue in the face. Blueness is always a sign of
    • it has a more individual significance. It may mean nothing else than
    • forces continue to work as before, there may frequently be no sign of
    • must say, it is most significant, it is indeed quite startling, that
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    • begin even to show signs of weariness when the story is told. We let
    • weariness, the slight signs of depression, will, if we push too far
    • overlook the smallest sign of slovenliness of speech. In all your
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    • Movement of great significance but marred by lack of devotion to
    • already show signs of this kind of difficulty, where what has been
    • facts like these may seem trifling and insignificant, and yet it is
    • organism; and the sole significance that castration possesses for the
    • will do well to enter a little more deeply into the significance of
    • is strange, and at the same time significant, that these inner
    • extraordinary significance; for those older people who can understand
    • significant than the esotericism that goes about with a long face.
    • of the astral body suffered a significant check, the child's astral
    • was it a grandmother, of whom it is reported that she had signs of
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    • doing this, there will be clear signs also of a transformation taking
    • historical significance. Indeed, he expressly states in his speech
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    • and “educating” have the very same significance.
    • signifies an illness. For the animal itself the illness is, so to
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    • definite significance. All at once, as in a mighty
    • signifies, can we also discern how it may be
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    • perceive the real significance of these four members of our
    • significance of this threefold constitution.
    • penetrating, but still a very significant disorder arising in
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    • be described as having definite significance. All at once, as
    • discern what this condition of balance signifies, can we also
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    • real significance of these four members of our being, then we
    • we shall at once understand the significance of this threefold
    • significant disorder arising in the human organism and the
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    • purpose!’ is like a sign hung up in very luminous letters
    • significant fact about it, which in my opinion is, that in this
    • certainly see all the signs of a real capitulation to a real
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    • gradually losing the significance of the old oracles. The
    • seen from the outside. Their significance was not evident
    • sun is for us the external sign of the great Sun-Being, of
    • Ormuzd. These names designate a Being that is now physically
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    • is of significance for the world. This, then, is the
    • Being whom we designated as the Christ, and who took
    • a unique significance as an avatar being. Although other,
    • other things, significant in that it contributes to the
    • them should be assigned a special task or mission, then this
    • others, then this phenomenon becomes especially significant
    • the most significant turning points in human history was the
    • significance to the spiritual scientist: As long as people
    • a lack of knowledge, and it is always and everywhere the sign
    • a sign of ignorance. On the other hand, we should cultivate
    • understand what a task and mission has been assigned to our
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    • the significance of the topic for the life of all humanity.
    • in the mysteries. We therefore designate the great centers of
    • assigned to the oracles at a later time. The leadership of,
    • what we may designate as the Atlantean Sun Oracle. Whatever
    • of the seven most significant initiates of Atlantis with Him.
    • of several lectures designed to explain some of the
    • of great significance. It was woven into a personality who
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    • perished in those times is designated by the name
    • Christ is most clearly evident, and the great significance of
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    • small, insignificant group of people had developed in this
    • equally small group of people, something we designate as the
    • despondent. You will be strong for the most insignificant
    • our time speaks to us and that the most significant event of
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    • external sign of the Christian Mystery, the most profound
    • and we find there elements that are designed to awaken in us
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    • advantage of significant time symbols such as Easter is that
    • external sign of God's power appeared to Moses in the
    • momentous and significant can be placed before the sensitive
    • signaled the glad tidings that death can be conquered by
    • a corpse an indication of the insignificance and the futility
    • cross in a spirit of devout fervor. It was to them a sign of
    • significant happens. Let us look at the microcosmic world.
    • is not without significance that Faust, when he is near
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    • of Jesus of Nazareth came to work in him in a significant way
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    • event of Golgotha — the event that is of significance
    • disciples of this significant Zarathustra doctrine knew at
    • assigned the mission of proclaiming anthroposophy in the
    • significant words would go out to all humanity — from a
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    • designate as the Rosicrucian stream arose in the thirteenth
    • population and assigned to one of the seven oracles. Of the
    • people whose existence had no significance from an external
    • significant initiates. These etheric bodies had streamed into
    • in clairvoyant vision. He also designated the aura of the sun
    • sixteenth century achieved such significant results in
    • great significance, and for a better understanding of it we
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    • druids were equipped to read in the Cosmos; they used the signs
    • with those terribly abstract signs which constitute our writing, but
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    • their training what his cosmic environment signifies for man.
    • Jacob Boehme possessed this atavistic power when he looked a the plant and saw the quality of salt below, the mercurial in the middle and the phosphoric above. Thus we can see in the spirit of a man such as Boehme, who was a natural Sun-Initiate, a capacity belonging to an earlier period of civilization, that primal civilization before there was any reading or writing. You completely misunderstand him if you read works such as the Mysterium Magnum, the De Signatura Rerum or the Aurora and do not see that in this stammering presentation there is something quite similar to what I described in relation to the Druids. Boehme was not initiated in an external sense, but his Sun-Initiation rises within him like a repetition of an earlier earthly existence. We can trace this into the very details of his biography.
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    • relation, however insignificant, to something which has happened
    • This is something of extraordinary significance. Remember that
    • world as significant for ourselves alone. After that we have, as it
    • at all of the extraordinary significance of the wisdom that lay within
    • the real knowledge of that deep sleep which was so significant for
    • slightest, sign of the entry of the spiritual, it is assumed to be
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    • always signifies something that was active in the epochs of decadence
    • in signs or the like, unless it were merely to imitate the things of
    • Nature in a primitive form of art. Anyone who made signs was diseased
    • intellectual element into the signs he made. It brought in all that
    • instinctive knowledge of mankind knew nothing of the significance of
    • forth from the signs which man makes out of his intellect.
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    • Realise this significant saying, my dear friends, that we must furnish
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    • great significance of what we call reincarnation. He may ask:
    • Then only do we contemplate man in his full significance and destiny.
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    • significance of the birth of Jesus dawned on them.
    • want to grasp the whole significance of our present earth epoch. If we
    • festival for simple folk. But once the significance of the yearly
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    • so that tomorrow I can lay before you the whole significance of such a
    • attain its proper significance in the time that is still future to our
    • hell. This signifies nothing other than man's subconscious projection
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    • We should not underestimate the significance it once held for mankind
    • think, feel, and will, then we shall also recognize how significant it
    • significance just such an event could have for men's whole
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    • took place during the year formed a very significant part of their
    • to discover a meaning in what was given in signs. Let us say that the
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    • “Light,” spiritual wisdom was meant. It designated that
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    • experience of division within them really signifies.
    • significance of the phenomenon. If a child says: “I saw someone who
    • child. What does this really signify?
    • experiences, the first of which was particularly significant in the
    • Greco-Latin age, while the other is significant in our own time, when
    • That Faust's pact with Mephistopheles is signed with blood is a proof
    • signs a pledge with the Devil — with Mephistopheles — he is drawn
    • actually experience, then and only then will the significance of these
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    • being contradictory. The very fact that they do so is significant and
    • meaning and significance of the step forward in spiritual evolution
    • important and significant chapter in the understanding of the human
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    • moral, ethical significance. The physical becomes at the same time
    • discern the signs:
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    • assign'd
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    • These are the signs wherethrough the year sees move,
    • The spherèd signs, and leave without their range
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    • enhance his art significantly if he brings such a feeling to
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    • behold the signs
    • essentially leads us from what has significance for the senses to
    • experiences, the intellectual significance or literal meaning must
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    • when we are reminded that one of the most significant products of
    • significance that at the highest point in the development of German
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    • Spiritual Science and its mission, and to discuss the significance of
    • of deep significance, a movement which seeks above all the true paths
    • Jesuitism signifies a dangerous exaggeration of the Jesus-Principle.
    • deeper significance and characterisation of these three fundamental
    • through sensation or feeling, Cognition always signifies a taking
    • Cognition is the primary and most significant question. For it is
    • spiritual life signify save that many things which have long dwelt
    • can be known within the horizon of the conscious. He designates as
    • consciousness there plays quite distinctly the element we designate
    • embracing everything that we designate as the Son or Logos —
    • expressed in the grandest, most significant way in the New Testament
    • signifies, we must realise that when a person stands before us, his
    • significance of the Christ for the world was to be His bringing to
    • of the difference between the working we have to designate as the
    • ‘break it in’, one might say. And the significant fact is
    • this participation stand the monumental and most significant words:
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    • strongly that outsiders have no right to designate as Rosicrucian the
    • indicated yesterday. The occult methods there described are designed
    • significant advance when we can make up our minds always to seek the
    • the significant meeting with the Guardian of the Threshold. But if we
    • us yet another significant Imagination. If we had never read a
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    • significance and the Being of Christ Jesus.
    • — an event which has its significance for the whole of humanity
    • the twentieth century, a significant event will again take place, not
    • the etheric. And this event will have as fundamental a significance
    • event of Golgotha had a significance that with this very event a God
    • event of profound significance will take place in the etheric world.
    • preparation, we now have the significant fact that Christ becomes the
    • time — and this is the significant point — this office
    • have stronger significance than the abstract conscience — the
    • Jesus-figures were such significant individualities, Jesus of
    • we have to do with a human being who must be designated in the truest
    • another significant individuality whom we regard as a true Adept. And
    • designated merely as of human birth, but as a son of the Gods, this
    • nothing to do with a man. As a sign of this — that it had to do
    • entangled in matter, allegorically designated as the ‘Fall of
    • before the closed door as the most significant thinker of his time,
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    • indicated the significant event which follows from the Mystery of
    • express truly the immense significance and depth of all that happened
    • significance of the Blood of Christ. In our day we can find many such
    • significance and even called him an Adept. Yet when we go through
    • In particular, the true significance of the Event of Golgotha can be
    • significance of this Event is understood through occult research will
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    • full greatness, the full significance, of the Christ-Impulse, from a
    • sentences, makes a most significant impression. But this is so only
    • and disappears into the elements, after the most significant
    • indeed expressed with intense clearness and significance in this
    • consciousness — we meet a consciousness of the significance of
    • This signifies that he who does not renounce his God does not die.
    • significance of the physical body. And Job himself says, for this too
    • to human evolution by the Christ related to the significance of the
    • evolution is consigned to the grave, the fire or the air, although
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    • words signify very much, the same few words may also say nothing.
    • setting would perhaps signify something very deep, believes that by
    • raised up Christ is the Being whom we designate as the Father —
    • Spirits, and that the Being who is designated as the Father acted as
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    • of the ancient Hebrew people was still such that we can designate it
    • any way dangerous or significant all those things which are brought
    • to take place in the evolution of the earth; for it signifies
    • previously, this signifies nothing for a real understanding of
    • is the significance of the fact that at the Baptism the Christ-Being
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    • really happened to that Being whom we designate as Christ Jesus from
    • significance in the case of the Luke Jesus-child.
    • the deepest imaginable significance. And in fact this significance
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    • its significance for human evolution, we must say that, in other
    • forties of the nineteenth century, must appear significant when it
    • led men who care little for the inner life of the soul to assign it,
    • abstractions concerning everything of significance to the human soul.
    • significant that was learnt in the Mysteries. How many people today
    • — it has no significance for the outer world; the thought is
    • only in myself. It has a quite different significance if I give him a
    • that what they think, speak, and feel is not without significance for
    • Mystery saw: ‘When you tell a lie, it signifies in the
    • There is indeed a good and significant possibility that a man who
    • at the beginning of the new epoch signify that the original
    • along one exoteric path, the Holy Communion had its significance in
    • insignificant little cosmic body that the Events of Palestine appear
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    • and bear my fate resignedly, as it comes to pass. For had it not come
    • designed to give back to man his real physical force-body, the
    • premonition, a feeling, perhaps even a significant picture, of how
    • powerful stimulus to human morality, and this will signify something
    • doing and what it signifies.
    • sign of what he really is as he who is to incorporate a Bodhisattva.
    • the higher worlds the Being whom we designate as the Christ-Being had
    • and designated symbolically in the Bible as ‘original sin’,
    • designated by the name of the Father had not at one time permitted
    • have no significance in face of cosmic facts, and that one day they
    • when it is not a confession of passive, easy-going resignation, but
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    • time goes on — and the premonitory signs of this are the dissolute,
    • in the earthly sphere, we have spoken of the significance of the Event
    • without Christ — you can apprehend the significance of Christ's
    • the significance of Christ. The Christ-Power is there in very truth —
    • a factor of no essential significance and becomes the victor of
    • not unaware of the significance of thunder and lightening as an
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    • The significance of Lucifer's influence becomes evident when we ask
    • of Shades’ — as it was correctly designated by the ancient Greeks.
    • Ahriman will steadily diminish. In a certain sense — and many signs
    • “Form Stratum” is so designated because it contains the material and
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    • physical body that is of the greatest significance for him. The
    • designated by the esoteric expression: the stage of the Lion Man. The
    • man of the Fifth Root Race, the Aryan Race, who is designated by the
    • These three designations: Eagle, Lion, Bull, apply to definite and
    • particular sign in ancient records knows that it has a definite
    • some of these signs, of the most elementary of them. A sign frequently
    • used to designate these stages of human evolution is that of two
    • angles are not filled; they signify the three original conditions of
    • is designated as Man. So, here you have the four modes of being
    • indicated in the two interlacing triangles. If you study this sign you
    • sub-race, which is designated by the expression Man, or God becomes
    • In the Apocalypse, these seven conditions or stages are designated by
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    • significant passages in the Apocalypse and you will find that what is
    • A significant saying is to be found in the first Epistle of St. John.
    • embodied in the world. This is the Word, and this Word is designated
    • significance. He Who walked in Palestine was, for the first
    • disciples then received significant revelations. This is an indication
    • Transfiguration we first come to what is significant. It is the actual
    • whereas the really significant epoch in the life of Jesus begins with
    • world-historic significance of Christianity in its Gospel. What was
    • a non-initiate cannot understand in its true significance, this was
    • evolution designated by these three words: Pneumatology, Communal life
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    • As I have already said, the significance of this utterance lies in the
    • in the course of the Fifth Root Race, something very significant comes
    • Something very significant comes to pass. In order to understand it
    • Again something of particular significance comes to pass in evolution.
    • deepest significance. I will try to render it in the following way, in
    • horse sits a divine figure with a bow. The figure gives a sign and the
    • Kalki. This signifies that everything of a lower nature falls away,
    • the Mysteries, the most significant. Whence comes man? Whither does
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    • these significant words: “Beauty is a manifestation of the
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    • perfection?” must be of fundamental significance to the
    • significant break occurs, in the transition from Greek to Roman
    • greatest significance for the essential nature of human civilization.
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    • up to death. A far-reaching and deeply significant principle of
    • Greece. (Outer symptoms indicate its significance but modern culture
    • signs of the times if we desire to discover the true impulse
    • the most significant phenomenon of the Middle Ages and right up to
    • ancient East this was even more significant. The body was nurtured,
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    • significance in the development of the child: the coming of the
    • the period of life at about the seventh year is significant in
    • significant. The actual points of time are, of course, approximate
    • independent. Thus there devolves upon the teacher a most significant
    • from the organs of speech, is of extraordinary significance.
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    • decades of life, is an anthroposophical truth of great significance,
    • fundamentally significant, indeed, for the whole of education. It is
    • an external way, all the educational unions will be an outer sign
    • about any subject is not a sign that it is understood; on the
    • tendency to discuss some subject very much, this is a sign that very
    • the seventh and fourteenth years will be an outer significant sign of
    • see in the highly significant organism of the palate which bounds the
    • significant document that can reveal to us how different must be our
    • insignificant meaning we have when we express ‘word’ was
    • does civilization signify up to the sixteenth century? It signifies
    • its significance. Hence the clamour for educational reform.
    • the full significance of the Gospel according to St. John was still
    • and seventeenth centuries, came forward with a significant statement
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    • family, of each community. This is most significantly brought home to
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    • significance.
    • possible significance. Never should it be thought that man is
    • of far-reaching significance for if this sense of insecurity remains
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    • child from the drawing of this line over to the sign W derived from it.
    • significance. The whole process of development is hindered if the
    • as much as do the minerals. And now another point of great significance.
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    • introduced as a second stage, for it has significance only here in
    • inner significance such that it can continue to vibrate in the
    • something which has real significance. Here are two children, 10
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    • already spoken of the significant turning-point occurring between the
    • realize the significance of all the great Christian Festivals, of the
    • the greatest imaginable significance. It may seem paradoxical, yet it
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    • is showing signs of restlessness and peevishness. We must be able to
    • The significance
    • resignation is required if any results at all are to be achieved, for
    • life without even noticing what is most significant in the objects
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    • In Steiner's view it is man who gives significance to the world: and
    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • significance of man.
    • sign that there is no longer any natural gift for approaching
    • most significant form this is revealed in the child. Hence
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    • In Steiner's view it is man who gives significance to the world: and
    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • significance of man.
    • outward sign that such a person is able to bring to harmonious
    • significance emerges, even with the help of the investigations
    • that he had experienced much of real significance between
    • suffered from a squint. This again was a sign that he had not
    • the change of teeth signifies for the growing child. It is only
    • the outer sign for deep changes which are taking place in the
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    • In Steiner's view it is man who gives significance to the world: and
    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • significance of man.
    • significant law underlies all human development. Everything
    • absorbs its moral significance. If I make an angry gesture,
    • of speech, designates as good; he must regard as bad what this
    • authority designates as bad. The child must learn: What my
    • astonishment, wonder, (ah) and the demonic sign a. This
    • a sign that is somewhat fish like, while at the same time
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    • In Steiner's view it is man who gives significance to the world: and
    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • significance of man.
    • this particular case is extraordinarily significant when
    • but one speaks only of parallelism. This is a sign that nothing
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    • In Steiner's view it is man who gives significance to the world: and
    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • significance of man.
    • a child learns can be a sign that later on he will develop
    • genius; but it can equally well be a sign that sooner or later
    • shows signs of hardening, of stiffening, so that the child is
    • however some significance when practised intuitively. The
    • frightful noise, but this is only a sign of their vitality.
    • signify strength in the grown-up human being; they are
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    • In Steiner's view it is man who gives significance to the world: and
    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • significance of man.
    • significant moments of transition. I have already
    • ask questions, this is undoubtedly of great significance.
    • of lectures, something which is connected with the significance
    • which is connected with the world significance of
    • significance in the world of art. Then the importance of
    • leave it alone. The significance of this is that duty itself
    • not merely insignificant sensations in life, but where
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    • In Steiner's view it is man who gives significance to the world: and
    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • significance of man.
    • what was specially significant about this Drake, so I looked it
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    • In Steiner's view it is man who gives significance to the world: and
    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • significance of man.
    • concept of heredity might still have the same significance in
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    • In Steiner's view it is man who gives significance to the world: and
    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • significance of man.
    • teacher was a gymnast, that is to say, he knew the significance
    • which can assume world significance in the sphere of rhetoric.
    • everywhere the world-significance of a rhetorical
    • education; while the world-significance of the Greek education
    • comes to expression in the world-wide significance of
    • university I have in mind there was a really significant
    • following example can also show us the world-wide significance
    • that science now has a positively demonic significance
    • significance lies in the fact that people believed that things
    • world-significance of modern intellectualistic education is
    • Then we come to the world-significance of the art of education;
    • education has world significance only through the fact that it
    • is gradually undermining the significance of the world.
    • precisely on the world significance of a new education. It lies
    • healing was connected with the world significance of the human
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    • In Steiner's view it is man who gives significance to the world: and
    • significance of modern education is that it is gradually undermining
    • the significance of the world.' The lectures show how education
    • can restore to man the significance of the world, and to the world the
    • significance of man.
    • word-picture of a significant fact: There above is the Roman
    • Anthroposophical Society. The appeal was signed by all the
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
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    • definite culture, has no significance at all for the human
    • which always has eternal significance, which reaches up into
    • you say when you say ‘fish’ is expressed by this sign.
    • it, this sign. And people call this sign ‘f’.
    • this way you learn what the sign was for saying fish in the
    • which arose purely as signs from the contemplation and
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    • significantly bound up with our external life.
    • light of the social significance of speech. If you take it into
    • take, again, from a rather wider point of view the significant
    • the cosmic significance of the whole being. We only acquire
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture III: On the Plastically Formative Arts, Music, and Poetry
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    • significant. The further back you go into olden times the less
    • again. This arises from a very significant cosmic fact. In all
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    • pupils in every class as a lesson of outstanding significance.
    • life is not without significance for our life. Through all
    • evolution this is of quite especial significance. Someone puts
    • significant for man is the elevation to consciousness of
    • claim that such outward signs are really characteristic of
    • point, then a sign was made, and only after that was the
    • was profoundly significant. And this is seen when it is laid
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    • that just as Bath is the sign for the whole bath,
    • “B” is the sign for the beginning of the word
    • to the “sign” to represent a sound. Let the child
    • chiefly the upper lip. So they took the sign for M from the
    • picture of the upper lip. From this sign there then evolved the
    • initial letter one came to the sign for the sound.
    • some of it back and that becomes this sign (Fig. 2).” You
    • represent to you in images the process by which the vowel-signs
    • sign above it. In this way all the vowels can be extracted from
    • instead, they wanted to make writing simpler. So from the sign
    • (and here you pass on to small letters) there grew this sign,
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VI: On the Rhythm of Life and Rhythmical Repetition in Teaching
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    • significant discovery. People only avoid it because it leads
    • signs of approaching death in people's psychic disposition.
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    • of the organism, that they are designed to enable the body of
    • you can only take up the chalk because your hand is designed to
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    • influence. For what actually is the significance of this
    • significance of grammar. At this point we take “word
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    • happen that it has been assigned a place in the severely
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    • various angles the nature and significance of the unconscious
    • — a part which is significant for the whole future life
    • great significance for the entire complexion of the human soul
    • of great significance. We shall have to make compromises, as
    • designs of Oriental carpets, all so that the child really has a
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    • significance and the nature of the article, which is, of
    • write lengthening or shortening signs, as even permitted in the
    • exercise rooted significantly in his will in the outside world,
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    • mother-body. Now this breathing signifies a very great deal for the
    • significance of the fact that man is effective in the world not only
    • begin to know the cosmic significance of the breathing process and of
    • its transformation through education, and the cosmic significance of
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    • and they signify our feeling, which consists continually of a rhythm,
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    • significance for the development of the earth; for if the earth did
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    • in a very significant way between death and a new birth. Thus when man
    • This has a great significance in the development of the human being.
    • must command. Thus to assign to the child some kind of work for each
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    • the constitution of the eye. It is a significant characteristic of the
    • better the true significance of antipathy in this connection. If the
    • significance — there have indeed been many such in the history of
    • of music is a clear sign that recent psychological ideas about the
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    • Now we get some feeling of how significant this is: we are awake in a
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    • the Eurythmy signs for all sounds are fully developed you need only
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    • distinguish these people from one another. A very significant
    • very significant. He said: when in the '90s you were invited out to
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    • significance for the whole universe. We are together in the classroom:
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    • significance for the primary school period. For just as up to the
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    • All the shapes which your head really designs in you, you find spread
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    • expression of something of great significance in the whole life of
    • significance in the life of man.) Consider your forehead, and imagine
    • significance. We must realise that if we allow the child to accumulate
    • world has a purpose to achieve in man, which it signifies by letting
    • will see that the first is of significance both in education and in
    • social life, and that the second is of significance both in education
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    • arise. It is exceedingly significant how, when man speaks, he is
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    • about the fourteenth year, to puberty. And infinitely significant
    • far more significant for a child between seven and fourteen years to
    • processes of development which are not significant only for the child
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    • all these things designated as ‘spirit’ and
    • that we designate here when we use the word ‘spiritual’
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    • Albert, has said a very significant thing about the influence of
    • People who have a lot of trouble and grief in life show signs after a
    • materialistic science which fails to perceive the significance of the
    • infinitely significant spiritual and divine things. But we, on our
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    • or seventh year to copy without more ado the signs which we now, in
    • that when men first began to write they used painted or drawn signs
    • girls and boys. Of the particular significance of this in a
    • between girls and boys is in itself a sign that a significant period
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    • interest. He fondled him, led him back to his place, gave no sign of
    • instinct. The child must be taught very early that a band designed for
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    • what all education and teaching in the Waldorf School is designed to
    • Let me now say a few words on the significance of Eurhythmy teaching
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    • knowledge, this is of great significance. For growing, the overcoming
    • seems to me of great significance.
    • That is to say: words and their significant content are taken up
    • teachers is significantly affected by this change can be seen from an
    • answers to questions as to the fate of humanity, the significance of
    • feel the deep significance of the problem of the universe and of man's
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    • I have designated as etheric formative forces which are at work to bring
    • Our larynx eurythmizes; and we have then the assignment to turn around
    • children from this aspect one will find that it is extremely significant
    • will have great difficulty in grasping the significance of what happens
    • with the little finger and the big toe. There is a certain significance
    • a certain significance and which points in a fully justified manner
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    • the same time it is of special significance in this exercise that you
    • has failed or who shows signs of depression so that he takes heart when
    • for him a very particular significance.
    • awareness. That is a hygienic-didactic angle of a certain significance.
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    • weaklings, in relation to the significance of E. You will remember that
    • The words are actually only signs. What sort of feeling do people still
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    • but it will have a significant effect in regulating the movement of
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    • is then a movement which serves to strengthen the diaphragm significantly
    • be repeated frequently. You see, that is what could be designated as:
    • could designate that as follows: the whole organism is brought into
    • must not arise that these exercises would have a very significant effect
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    • forces of growth. If the person is still a child and shows signs of
    • feels — that is designated spiritual activity in normal life.
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    • is not exactly centripetal, but which could be designated as a
    • in gymnastics is only of secondary importance to what is of significance
    • know the significance of abdominal activity for what such people call
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    • imparting something of great significance, while at the same time
    • his plate knows about a calf — namely, the most insignificant
    • designed in a quite unusual manner. They are in no way intended to be
    • body. In designing them the point was not in any way to reproduce the
    • These models, then, have been designed in such a way that they portray
    • significance of Eurythmy from the educational point of view. In the
    • acquire significance when they seize at things, grasp them, when their
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    • it happened with these two that the man's urine showed no sign of the
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    • fact that he must sneak a bit of sugar, is a sign that his liver is
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    • an intuitive knowledge of this Schopenhauer assigned the central
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    • have a more-or-less profound significance for the inner being of man.
    • intentions that are significant.” We find Schopenhauer and
    • us turn from the standpoint of significant individuals such as
    • something very significant there.
    • body is of special significance. One must understand that all
    • What comes to consciousness in man as pleasure of joy signifies
    • we can grasp the basis of the profound significance of music. We
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    • wishes to come to expression on the physical plane. What significance
    • Something extremely significant took place during that period. Man's
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    • resistance, in the air. Air has no more significance for tone than
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    • can be of significance in preparing such a general foundation in
    • sense being, and his ear also has significance as a sense organ, but
    • not the significance we must ascribe to it in other conditions of the
    • they have no significance. Everything that lives in the limbs as
    • potential for movement, however, has tremendous significance for the
    • of the third signifies at the same time that man feels music in
    • explored in its entire significance for human feeling.
    • significant questions concerns the urge for living together with the
    • is what the position of contra-tones in music basically signifies.
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    • being an abstract sign. When you hear the ringing of the dinner bell,
    • experienced in the human head. The significance of the element of
    • in the seven scales, and the number of signs in the Zodiac was
    • gained. Acoustics has no significance, except for physics. A tone
    • physiology that would have significance for music itself does not
    • will man experience the octave's full musical significance. A
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    • significance for the whole evolution of humanity in the last few
    • borne or flowed from those hierarchical beings that we designate as
    • significant event; namely, the Exusiai — the forces or beings
    • particularly sublime and significant cosmic event. From that time on,
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    • and significance. And the purpose of the Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch is
    • of it, is very significant, and must therefore be brought into
    • designed for promoting these premature spiritual births; with the help
    • alert, in these days, to any sign or experience which strikes one's
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    • observed in all their deep significance. But modern man is loath to
    • it as sign of religious enlightenment to repudiate ideas presented in
    • higher Hierarchies. It is considered to be a sign of enlightenment to
    • The most beautiful and significant fruits of these concrete
    • kingdom of men, has weighty and significant consequences — one of
    • all, he will fail to realise the vast and profound significance of the
    • significance for him. And it is by no means a matter of no consequence
    • The psychoanalysts say: “Such and such a man shows signs of
    • significance of all and, for this reason successes so far as cures are
    • home is the significance of the event and the attitude that you should
    • signs. To those who will not deepen their knowledge of Spiritual
    • Science these signs will remain unintelligible. And because the times
    • significant that now, at a time of such tragic world events, we could
    • a true understanding of Spiritual Science, that, insignificant as it
    • significance, nevertheless. If we are filled with this thought it will
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    • significant words ... could be understood by those who from the
    • ‘servants of the Word’ — a significant phrase
    • riddles of vital significance concerning the essence of Christianity
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    • spiritual-scientific research) the significance of Buddha and what
    • lofty stage of human development designated by an Oriental expression
    • six hundred years before our era, was assigned a task which he never
    • arrived for Gautama Buddha. The task assigned to him had led him
    • whole momentous significance of the events described to-day was revealed
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    • greatness and significance of the Individuality who incarnated at
    • himself with this significant question: ‘When the eye perceives the
    • significant that is in him. Because of this ignorance, this non-perception,
    • what significance lies in the fact that the Bodhisattva of old became
    • mankind. It was therefore an event of unique significance when this
    • no science to-day perceives these significant facts in the evolution
    • feel the significance of this either dimly or clearly said to
    • light. This was felt to be of special significance in regions where
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    • Zarathustra spoke words of immense significance concerning Ahura
    • significance for humanity he proclaimed. A spirit of great maturity
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    • shepherds; but that is not all. Much that is strange and significant
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    • illustration of one most significant fusion of the spiritual streams
    • world as an event of great significance and it was announced, not to
    • described are also full of significance. A forerunner of Jesus of
    • significance had been spoken to the mother of the Nathan Jesus, the
    • orphan is especially significant. Nor could the child of the Solomon
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    • insight into the evolution of humanity can recognize a sign of the
    • sign being the stage of development reached by the sixteen-petalled
    • of Christ into the world signify?
    • It signifies that
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    • treasures — actually the greatest and most significant spiritual
    • that weather; you judge what the weather will be by the outer signs,
    • but the signs of the times you do not understand! If you were able to
    • understand the signs of the times, nor does he know what a transition
    • words recorded in the Gospel of St. Luke concerning the ‘signs of the
    • recognize the signs of the times in the sense indicated.
    • significant concepts in all the Gospels: it is a concept we can
    • in the form of thought — and they would recognize the signs
    • point of great significance: a cardinal principle of Christianity,
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    • found to contain physiological truths of far greater significance
    • comprehensible form when symbolized by the ‘Sign of Jonah’. This
    • upon him the ‘sign of Jonah’ the sign of those who were able
    • other sign save the sign of Jonah.’
    • (This is an evil generation: they seek a signLuke XI, 29.)
    • South; the other kind typified by those who bore upon them the ‘sign
    • the case of those symbolized by the sign of Jonah. ‘Here is something
    • through the Initiation symbolized by the sign of Jonah; if any among
    • was to become visible to them without the sign of Solomon, and
    • without the sign of Jonah. Did this actually happen?
    • possible without the faculties designated by the sign of Solomon and
    • the sign of Jonah. But it is evident that they are still novices, for
    • denoted by the signs of Solomon and of Jonah. Anyone capable in those
    • days of interpreting the signs of the times would have known that
    • significance of what has remained ‘childlike’ in man and
    • proclamation. When a man who bore on his forehead the sign of Jonah
    • was needed before the sign of Jonah could be understood. But a new
    • greater than anything indicated by the signs of Solomon and of Jonah
    • to humanity and is greater than anything indicated by the sign of
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    • significance in the spiritual history of civilization. Why is it that
    • currents of thought? That does seem a significant question.
    • significance of Ohm's Law. The answer will be, of course, that Ohm's
    • a significant
    • significance of spiritual events.
    • revealed something of significance in the sense that we have
    • discussed. As for the insignificant material — well, you need
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    • which was actually of no great significance to the former, given that
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    • But what has to play a particularly significant role in this third
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    • — a sign that the Goetheanum in Dornach must have had some
    • Society. And if that happens then something significant can develop
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    • Latini, when we recognize the significance of these impressions
    • mystery of mercury in particular has a special significance for
    • world of stars. He no longer feels his insignificance in face of the
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    • further differentiation. There are significant differences in his
    • will show you the deeper aspects of man's being and the significant
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    • Christian-Judaic terminology, may be designated as the Michael
    • extraordinary significance when, starting from this life-period, he
    • round whom everything revolved, the Being of special significance in
    • the other hand, we become aware of beings of signal grandeur who
    • written his signature or monogram.
    • “coiffeur,” for example, signify. It is far more
    • things in so far as they exist on Earth have special significance for
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    • that all these things have no significance for the Cosmos in general.
    • way significant information may be revealed by mediums. We may learn
    • the plant kingdom plays a significant part both in the physical and
    • forms. They have a significance for the future of the Cosmos. By its
    • far this plays a significant rôle in the life of man we shall discuss
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    • interpret these external signs and abnormal phenomena. They want to
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    • conservatism; but it is of immense significance.
    • significance and greatness.
    • lost their usual significance, for it is only the whole human being
    • fails to portray the real significance of the Christ Impulse in the Cosmos
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    • sign in the history of civilisations, the fact that we intercalate an
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    • signs of damage or decay. In the dream picture we become aware of
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    • any sign of consciousness remains. If we have prepared ourselves in
    • which he had left behind, was of no significance.
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    • the significance of organic disease? I said yesterday that for the
    • the significance of thinking, feeling and willing for the human
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    • luminous ceases to have any significance; something seems to be
    • this is of any significance. In the second world all manifestations
    • Latini, when we recognize the significance of these impressions
    • mystery of mercury in particular has a special significance for
    • world of stars. He no longer feels his insignificance in face of the
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    • the real significance of Initiation was forgotten. Men hoped to
    • further differentiation. There are significant differences in his
    • will show you the deeper aspects of man's being and the significant
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    • Christian-Judaic terminology, may be designated as the Michael
    • extraordinary significance when, starting from this life-period, he
    • round whom everything revolved, the Being of special significance in
    • the other hand, we become aware of beings of signal grandeur who
    • written his signature or monogram.
    • “coiffeur,” for example, signify. It is far more
    • things in so far as they exist on Earth have special significance for
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    • that all these things have no significance for the Cosmos in general.
    • way significant information may be revealed by mediums. We may learn
    • the plant kingdom plays a significant part both in the physical and
    • forms. They have a significance for the future of the Cosmos. By its
    • far this plays a significant rôle in the life of man we shall discuss
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    • significant. When the Initiate sinks down into the world of dreams in
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    • significance and refuse to consider them seriously. Now and then,
    • interpret these external signs and abnormal phenomena. They want to
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    • conservatism; but it is of immense significance.
    • significance and greatness.
    • lost their usual significance, for it is only the whole human being
    • fails to portray the real significance of the Christ Impulse in the Cosmos
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    • thought about its significance both for the intellectual as
    • insight into the significance which modern life has for man's
    • languages, it signifies something entirely different from
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    • designations in a diagram of man's being but the expression
    • significance. For when we know that the astral body is
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    • significance to see somebody within the spiritual-scientific
    • significance and value. But on the other hand it is one of
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    • sleep he had significant experiences, that he was able to
    • course of time were of significance in cosmic life. Just as
    • significant was the fact that they appeared at a time when
    • realise the significance these words can have with regard to
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    • such a way that it can have a special significance, to think
    • that spiritual science has made significant for us, we live
    • which cannot create but only imitate. The sign of all
    • something tremendously significant will happen to man, and he
    • are of no significance to a materialistic outlook.
    • laid down in these strange signs. A person who cannot read
    • we shall have the right attitude to what the signs of the
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    • ‘must’, for it would lose its whole significance
    • categorical imperative, actually signify within the whole
    • significance. But it has significance for a person who
    • just wanted to show you, to begin with, what significance
    • Thus we see that evil actions have a significant effect in
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    • understanding in the world for the significant discoveries
    • to the second. This second significant discovery owes its
    • insignificant-looking part on this side (north portal of the
    • this modern material, especially in the designing of
    • can have special significance for us in connection with these
    • significance for their people, because even when they were
    • inner significance of the life principle of our Goetheanum
    • building and the inner significance of the co-operation among
    • inner significance of the harmony of the forms of our
    • our evolution and the signs of our times. With these thoughts
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    • others understood the signs — well, that would be a culture.
    • a culture and civilization that men made in signs that disappeared at
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    • sound signifies many other things too. Thus, let us say, such a sound
    • outside world. We no longer have such expressions, or they signify at
    • most something of a figurative nature. For the Chinese they signified
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    • who would give their fellowman various signs to make them think of
    • mountain was to give the first signal by running up and lighting
    • on which there were little signs which they took to be small devils.
    • They abhorred the paper and the little signs, for these were
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    • The influence of the moon is of less significance for
    • significance. If you were to investigate how the plants develop when
    • there you see a significant effect of Mars.
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    • another, very significant things can be observed when Venus is
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    • had lost real science, and no longer knew what slavery signified. And
    • urine and feces the process is not very significant, because for the
    • the course of the sun. That is a fact of tremendous significance.
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    • trivia the biographers are so fond of dragging in. I will therefore designate
    • seventeenth century thinker who is of great significance for anyone who can
    • categorical imperatives significant phrase. But he goes on to say that man
    • my being is not confined to the world of the senses, but has a significance
    • signs could be used to call forth faculties of cognition in the human soul.
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    • forth from within yourself and must designate your inmost being. Hence the
    • ‘unspeakable name’ of that which cannot be designated from
    • outside. Indeed, with this designation ‘I’, we stand before that
    • designated by the name which a person can bestow on no-one but himself. The
    • but he would lose his connection with the world. His enrichment would signify
    • which can lapse into evil may, when it manifests in its true significance,
    • small in scale. And in a powerful poem of universal significance, the
    • Heraclitus not with resignation but with confidence: The boundaries of the
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    • underlying significance of this view of anger, we shall find in it an answer
    • implicit in these words. Above all, they signify that to strive against truth
    • you come upon something remarkable and highly significant at the very start.
    • wonderful landscape. What does all this signify? We need only consider the
    • Pandora and what does she signify? Truly a mystery of the soul is concealed
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    • studies the gestures of people, and knows what they signify, will see how
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    • man into difficult situations or may even wreck his life. The significance of
    • assigns to Faust — a saying that is often wrongly interpreted by people
    • events of great significance for the development of the world took place.
    • enormously wholesome and significant for our entire human existence. Our
    • birth and death is very limited. For the most part man has to resign himself
    • cognition and experiences it in the Consciousness Soul, the outward sign of
    • impressed on the physical body. Then we have to practise resignation; the
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    • world. There it can signify the training of certain forces and capabilities
    • combination is not significant in itself, but only in so far as it calls our
    • self, to drown in a flood of revelations. This has a significant shadow-side
    • its deeper significance. But if we weaken our normal forces, we make
    • forces which work right down into the physical. He will see also that signs
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    • connection with whatever they designate; otherwise they appear in disguise
    • brooding is merely a sign that we cannot get away from ourselves. Very great
    • significant remarks about Mignon were made to Chancellor von Müller
    • whole world. She never gives any sign of acting from selfish motives. Things
    • in some other way? Is a lack of formal design so fatal? Perhaps the wealth of
    • the back while the pupils stand side by side. Especially significant is the
    • significant pictures of the three religions are brought before the souls of
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    • going to consider the significance of the Buddhist religion on the one hand
    • in a quite different form, has no more significance for Theosophy or
    • its significance from its whole way of thinking and forming ideas. Our best
    • significance of the immortal, eternal element in human nature which passes
    • that the composite form designated by a “name” does not actually
    • get beyond it, and it denies the significance of anything visible. The
    • significant words by the founder of Buddhism himself. Now this lecture is
    • around him was designed to enhance the quality of life. Throughout his youth
    • significant elements in our existence, if they are taken up by the spiritual
    • significance, because the Ego is to have the strength to find within itself
    • greater significance than ordinary death; Christ here establishes death as
    • life, a sign of that which conquers death and points away from everything in
    • wherein lie the greatness and significance of Buddhism.
    • decisively from one of the most significant personalities of recent times.
    • Christianity will recognise all the greatness and significance of Buddhism,
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    • influence on or significance for human life on earth.
    • A significance
    • done outstanding work in his own sphere by his discovery of the significance
    • significance of the plant-cell. Clearly such a man, who directed all
    • was not to reject but to clarify the significance of the subtler influences
    • significant fact, however, remains. Although the position and influence of
    • to the course of the moon, and that is the most significant fact of all. Thus
    • its physical body, with no evident signs of life or feeling or knowledge, its
    • treatment of the moon and its significance for human life. The song of
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    • the other hand, anyone who can enter into the inner life of significant
    • language” as something of special significance. A considerable amount
    • something which is of significance on a practical level. If we understand how
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    • today might well appear insignificant. But considerations which lead into the
    • was particularly significant that this great spirit came
    • of great significance. But to speculate on the nature of spirit is easier
    • expressing grotesquely the significance of these men for their time. To try
    • biography is significant for man, but not for animals, for the essential part
    • subtler aspects of his nature. If anyone cannot see the significance of such
    • itself in laughter without motive. That signifies precisely a liberation, a
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    • Today I want to deal with significantly deeper questions in the understanding
    • experiences are significant in our life between birth and death. An example
    • period between 1770 and 1815. A significant historical event took place
    • of an image we see indications of these significant foundations of human
    • have to resign themselves. They cannot come to fruition because the boundary
    • signify for the development of the human being? First of all it must be
    • each healing signifies an enhancement of our inner human being which can only
    • is: what is the significance for the human being of the illness which ends in
    • new birth death is of great significance for us because we will have learnt
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    • When we attain to this knowledge, it is a sign that the consciousness soul
    • new life with positive or negative characteristics. The design which sent us
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    • significant periods in human life, we see that to a certain degree a member
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    • nature and significance of artistic work were intended to be placed beyond
    • significance of conscience been brought out by the words, no matter whether
    • strongest emphasis on the power and significance of the human ego, it is
    • significant impulse.
    • habitation, has not been designed by a human mind but has been put together
    • distinguish. The point is, that in the West everything was designed to raise
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    • the nature and significance of art in the evolution of mankind. Since the
    • writings, where he tries to clarify for himself the nature and significance
    • the significance and task of art from this point of view, we must not go by
    • let art itself speak to us of its significance for mankind.
    • does he do this? What did the struggle signify for the Greeks of that
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    • more in conceptual form, does not lose any of its significance
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    • quite different but both signifying brook as well. So he puts
    • signify tree but it may also signify brook. When a Chinese therefore
    • combines two sounds which, besides many other things, signify brook,
    • expressions, or at most they signify for us something of a figurative
    • nature. For the Chinese, they signified a reality. When, on getting
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    • various signs to make them think of the dead, and thus to benefit
    • posted on the nearest mountain was first to give the signal by
    • way the signal arrived in quite a short time at Greece. This was
    • Paper on which there were little signs, printed paper, was held in
    • abhorrence by Indians; they took the little signs to be small devils
    • and abominated them, for these signs were intellectual in
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    • signifies something quite definite that it lies within this
    • it is clearly to be seen what it signifies to be exposed to the
    • significant is the length of time during which a creature develops.
    • same time quite another significance, for in the minutest quantities
    • bee-keeping has always been regarded as profoundly significant. Man takes
    • Nature which are truly wonderful and of great significance. One
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    • — those really significant elements — increasing from 55%
    • with a rise from 70% to 88%. The rise is throughout, significant. She
    • and many words made about them. Words must signify what is there in
    • signify?
    • It signifies that
    • a new one? Indeed something very significant lies at the root of all
    • Sun enters the Sign of the Fishes. I have told you before that the
    • spring equinox is now in this Sign of the Fishes. The Sun remains in
    • this Sign till April 20, then it passes on into the Sign of the Ram.
    • — what does this signify? It signifies that on the third of May
    • the influences of the Sun. This is immensely significant for the whole
    • already in the Sign of the Bull. These forces of the Bull cannot work
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    • signify, or do not signify. One must think how will it be 50, 60 or
    • to the influences of the Signs of the Zodiac on honey production, the
    • peasants lay great stress on sowing seed when the moon is in the sign
    • Signs of the Zodiac is founded on external data, or if there is more
    • moon through a zodiacal sign; this concerns the preparatory substances
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    • are dealing with something extraordinarily insignificant. But a
    • insignificance of Erich Schmidt's book on Lessing to the fact
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    • in a more resigned manner — were convinced of the fact that
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    • the realization what infinite good luck it signifies to be able
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    • great significance for the speaker. Whether we present
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    • by and the same significance was, he said, now vested in the scholars
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    • of the greatest significance in European thought and civilisation. Its
    • significance will be brought home to us all the more when we realise
    • significance of this century is at once apparent when we think of the
    • of Mani we find a note that is both familiar and full of significance.
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    • by a profoundly significant occurrence, to his Catholic view of life.
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    • signifies something for the soul's experience, but that there exists an
    • of religious culture. It is a matter of tremendous significance that
    • the fourth and the fourteenth stand under the sign of these two parallel
    • significant life developed in small village communities; such towns as
    • their weightiest premonitions, their most significant dreams (these were
    • other in their hearts. They work together and it is very significant
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    • its proper significance. I hold firmly to the standpoint that
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    • kingdom, which is especially significant in the earth's
    • that something that plays a very significant part outside in
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    • significance within the organism.
    • significance. Milk owes its existence as milk to the fact
    • having no significance there. Fluorine is present in urine
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    • showed clear signs of healing processes, processes of bone
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    • significant presentation brought into clear focus the need
    • time, significant advances were made in this field, in which
    • accomplish something significant if we also have knowledge of
    • during sleep. In this you can see the significant role of the
    • with the metabolic process, has less significance for the
    • — these are actually the least significant — but
    • organism. This has particular significance here.
    • striking and significant realm of causes is that which lies
    • extraordinarily significant fact. When we take it into
    • earthly element that had worked on him is significantly
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    • moved significantly. Benedikt investigated the auric
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    • significant role in cases of inadequate awakening. To wake up
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    • significance of the emergence of diphtheria — and to
    • external is really only a sign that irregular astral currents
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    • exceptionally deep significance to experience this effect of
    • acquainted with the significance of salts in the evolution of
    • the earth. The significance of the salts in earthly evolution
    • significance. This third modification maintains its direction
    • designated by the somewhat diffuse concept of a
    • try to find analogies. Such things are of minor significance
    • question has been posed that deals with a significant
    • of tooth formation. These are forces that have a significance
    • beneficially by significant movements, especially by
    • significant movements associated with consonants. And you
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    • central part of the design [ Figure 2b
    • shapes itself into forms enters into the first design, like a
    • design.
    • world, to the human soul. (Second design.) We must feel
    • Figure 3a ] in the second design the aspiring
    • for you to designate everything that relates to the basic
    • spiritual science, will be designated as that of the
    • suitable design for this culture we must realise that it was
    • renewal. I do not think that a better design than this could
    • expressed by allowing the central part of the design to be
    • theme has been cast by Corneille and Voltaire is a sign of
    • this design [ Figure 4 ].
    • upper portions of the design.
    • the progress when in these designs we feel the Saturnian
    • significance of these happenings.
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    • significant that when during Germany's period of distress
    • design expresses what is at work in Middle Europe. What comes
    • for the practical. The important thing in the design is not
    • the words would immediately have to signify something
    • matters; they are matters of vast significance. For they have
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    • designs in this case?
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    • must. And that is part of the significance of a Building of
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    • Peter in Rome, he would have designed them differently. Now
    • appreciated its greatness, but for all that he designed the
    • things of which our Building stands as the sign and token, we
    • the Ethiopians”, he meant: Zeus is in a particular sign
    • Building — and adopts the sign B for this sound, then
    • the sign signifies the sound B. If someone asks for a sign to
    • Cross is the appropriate sign for the Mystery of Golgotha. It
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    • able to achieve a small, perhaps insignificant beginning.
    • Burgtheatre in Vienna was built according to the designs of
    • Burgtheatre was built according to the designs of the great
    • both symptomatic and significant. It becomes evident that
    • significance of this anecdote narrated by Vitruvius. The
    • are to portray something of great significance, something
    • the palm in their designs. This was never the case; the
    • I might make the following design in
    • significant indication of how the motifs of Sun and Earth
    • ‘this signifies the physical body, that the etheric
    • dimensional proportions, forms, designs and paintings.
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    • than insignificant human beings! The highest we can create
    • architects. Some of them, although they show no signs of a
    • that signifies the onward evolution of humanity in a
    • has no meaning when one simply designs figures on a wall. It
    • of our building merely signifies that in the large cupola the
    • significance of the connection between colour and the inner
    • cosmos. These windows are intended to signify in their
    • themselves seem to pass away. The designs must express how we
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    • from outside. This has no particular significance to-day, on
    • tremendous significance. On the ancient Moon, conditions were
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    • into Apollonian design and painting. Such is the origin of
    • of things; there must first be the design, the drawing. This,
    • designs upon it he has an expression of something. If a
    • the art of the Middle Ages we find that the significant
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    • to the point of understanding the real significance of
    • Grimm, Goethe's greatest significance does not lie in the
    • specialisation is a necessity. Much more significant than the
    • designer and painter of decided talent. I do not propose in
    • talent for design, if not for painting. In the soul of
    • riddles, and the significant thing is, that although people
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    • significance. How could it be otherwise in a time when any
    • of Nature, which, to us, would appear empty and insignificant,
    • these words, the significance of Art for the progress of
    • analogy between Art and the play of a child, assigns to Freedom
    • forms. The independent significance of Art cannot be grasped,
    • because there is no sign in it of the fundamental law
    • Who, like Goethe, ever grasped in Art such deep significance?
    • worthless detail, gains significance when we consider it in
    • world must be a sign for all members of the German people and
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    • significant cultivation of feeling must be basic for
    • lecturing. Hence it becomes of significance, of perhaps
    • remote, yet fundamental significance, that we have acquired
    • Philosophers' Congress in Bologna the most significant
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    • purely into the element of speech; they are only designed for
    • senseless, but they are designed to make the speech-organs
    • designed that, in correctly feeling them regarding their
    • great significance for the speaker. Whether we present
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    • something. The way in which you had to sign a form, which
    • necessary for the centre at Dornach to designate or nominate
    • the sign of the full truth as representatives of the essence
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    • the cosmic human being. Out of the signs of the present time
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    • gathering for that extremely significant inauguration of a
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    • consider a dis-improvement — but it is designed to take
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    • today under the sign of a grievous memory and we shall by all
    • within the sign of this grievous memory. Those of you who
    • gods and human beings, increasingly lost their significance.
    • which was extremely significant at the time to which I am
    • manner of signs in order to be all-embracing. And a language
    • we had to consign to the elements. May it link our hearts
    • Goetheanum. Let us stand once more as a sign that we vow to
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    • will always remain the most important, significant and indispensable
    • of the past ten years falls into insignificance beside the
    • what it signified longs to have it rebuilt in some form or other. But
    • sign of love. Only a boundlessly sacrificial spirit on the part of
    • remind ourselves how significant a phenomenon it was that Stuttgart
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    • proves a signal aid in understanding human nature. An experience that
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    • significance of which disputes may arise. But it makes a difference
    • significance. One would have to go beyond Saturn to find the world
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    • design had to come from the same source from which anthroposophical
    • could present. For the cultus contains a tremendously significant
    • indeed be beautiful, sublime, rich in pictures and in significance.
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    • the point of adding a number of further buildings, each so designed
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    • significance of any of these enterprises or on anyone responsible for
    • assigned one student Novalis, another Friedrich Schlegel, a third
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    • significantly who, while I was still in Stuttgart, was in a position
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    • Their significance was that a Being, outwardly visible on the
    • reproduce the deep significance of the original and convey this to us
    • such that an ever deeper meaning, a richer significance and
    • “marked” by the twelve signs of the Zodiac; for his soul
    • these are indicated symbolically by the twelve signs of the Zodiac.
    • has powers symbolised by the initiation of the sign of the Fishes.
    • tradition has on this account assigned to Christ Jesus the symbol of
    • sign of the Virgin to that of the Balance; the Spiritual Sun (as in
    • the progress of the Spiritual Sun from the sign of the Waterman to
    • lives in man, the true significance of which is only to be found in
    • (Mahat=great, ya = Being, and a= not); signifying the great
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    • path as regards the study of the Gospels; our design was to begin
    • If one has such perception, one realises the deep significance of the
    • Damascus. It is but a sign of the materialism of our day when people
    • Christs and false Prophets shall rise and shall show signs and
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    • This personality thereby got his unique significance for the first Christian
    • man from Nazareth. One single word of an indeed significant witness must speak
    • the words which follow that which I have told. They are significant to the highest
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    • do not contain anything, without any significance and purpose. I myself am one
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    • so insignificant, it exists as something that has been held in front of this
    • listlessness gives my life a negative sign.
    • that has a far-reaching significance. Assume that a child learns walking. It
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    • him has no significance for him. It is decisive for him that you say to him,
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    • is it not of quite particular significance if a researcher of indubitable reputation,
    • secondary significance, it only shifts the point of question. Because it does
    • signs of the time who were always the leaders of humankind sent the spiritistic
    • The medium is a reminiscent sign
    • not without significance for us, because the human soul was compared with the
    • in the earthly world. The realm of flowers is assigned to the bees, the earthly
    • and significance to life! To receive that, the human being must have got to
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    • significance even for somebody who wants to make it ridiculous. I would like
    • and secondly the significance of these worlds for the goal, for the determination
    • that of the Rosicrucians, the deepest and most significant one, founded by Christian
    • world. One knew that there are human beings who communicate by signs about that
    • the significance and core of truth of Swedenborg’s visions, but about
    • with Justinus Kerner. They are significant because of the
    • You will not deny that that has a great cultural-historical significance. However,
    • a disciple of Pestalozzi, and it originated at a time which is already significant
    • fields. We only have to call some of the works to indicate the significance
    • first and most significant book in trance in 1845: The Principles of Nature,
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    • facts. I have already explained last time which significance this progress had
    • never admit that anybody can be a significant scholar, but has no ability, does
    • a fact which is significant for that who knows answer which has been assessed,
    • this experiment of fixation was so significant to him because he wanted to show
    • experiment, as if it concerned nothing else than a fact which has significance
    • something else that is the most significant for the observer of the development
    • more or less insignificantly in a materialistic way. But one will convince himself
    • again who did not want to show these matters in their deepest significance to
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V - Lecture I: What Does the Modern Human Being Find in Theosophy?
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    • seed; its external appearance is insignificant. What you cannot see, however,
    • the new plant. The new lily comes from the insignificant seed because the force
    • externally insignificant, and of the way, as it has formed life, you can make
    • permanent that way, the spirit has got its permanent signature, its character
    • on any action a sign is imprinted that cannot be taken away from it from now
    • on it, the signature which it has attained during the actions, and a new experience
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V - Lecture II: What Do Our Scholars Know about Theosophy?
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    • any important language. However, this seems to me less significant than that
    • and other significant physiologists expressed first. Helmholtz
    • world view does not need to be unscientific, because it designs a somewhat different
    • the first significant work, the Secret Doctrine by Helena Petrowna
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V - Lecture IV: Is Theosophy Buddhist Propaganda?
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    • (Bhikkhu)” signifies a pupil in Buddhism. If any Bhikshu
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse in Historical Development - Lecture 1
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    • the human Organisation shows signs of changes as the centuries pass
    • an upward development. It is significant that we stand at the
    • Bodhisattva, becomes a Buddha or Master, this signifies a higher form
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    • this rank of Buddha signify? What does it signify in the case of the
    • Buddha? It signifies that Buddha — as with every other Buddha
    • Gospel, which came to significant expression in the Christmas message:
    • understand the occult significance of every spiritual form. To this
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: Rosicrucian Christianity - Lecture 2
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    • he will appreciate its significance, and he will then perhaps rise to
    • experience can tell himself: Christian Rosenkreutz has given me a sign
    • who have not understood the sign, however, will do so at a later time,
    • for whoever has received the sign will not be free of it again.
    • he expressed in certain signs, imaginative pictures and figures. It
    • experimenters saw significant moral forces at work in these processes.
    • If we did not know the whole significance of rosicrucianism we could
    • with spiritual eyes. It would not signify human progress for Christ to
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: Jeshu ben Pandira - Lecture 1
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    • what we call feelings of love and hate, what we designate in our
    • significance for other worlds. You will certainly understand in this
    • originated in the higher world. The significance of the moral life
    • Man has four relationships with four worlds. But this signifies
    • does not signify an individuality; Buddha is a rank of honour.
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    • is a sign of weakness of will.
    • What this signifies will become clear to us if we take this occasion
    • Furthermore, special significance attaches to the characteristic
    • clear, transparent thinking. This signifies that he has acquired a
    • the most insignificant objects and occurrences have a favourable
    • become of ever-increasing significance since the time in man's
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse as Living Reality - Lecture 1
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    • Impulse signifies for our world. It has to be stressed that this
    • help of beings that have no macrocosmic significance of their own but
    • only microcosmic significance, really working as teachers among
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    • one whom he has chosen. Many people can discover this sign in their
    • yet to be separated out from the trash. One sign among many others
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Dawn of Occultism in the Modern Age - Lecture 1
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    • further. A great and significant impetus was thus given. The name of
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Dawn of Occultism in the Modern Age - Lecture 2
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    • an occurrence and its significance. Let me make it clear by an
    • without significance. The thought may then occur to him: At that point
    • has given me a sign from the spiritual world that I belong to his
    • people who have not yet recognised the sign, they will do so later on;
    • for he to whom the sign has once been given will never again be free
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    • us to themselves; suffering and pain should be the sign of how remote
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    • occurrences to chance. Nevertheless they can be traced to significant
    • had come when a child with significant and remarkable incarnations
    • conscious philosophy was of far less significance than that which he
    • greatest significance to many people; it is something that transpires
    • Christian Rosenkreutz gives them a sign showing them that they may
    • count themselves among his chosen. This sign has been given in the
    • Rosenkreutz has found him mature and ready; the sign is given by
    • special significance for us as it is so intimately connected with our
    • or other sign may be understood and obeyed.
    • Christian Rosenkreutz has created this sign in order to rouse the
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    • into the depths of materialism, and the Christ Impulse had signified
    • significant question facing Christian Rosenkreutz and his pupils; how
    • Rosenkreutz had known what the effect of Buddha on Mars would signify
    • from the earth, would signify on Mars. The teaching of Nirvana was
    • significance. It would be good if it were generally realised how
    • the mission assigned to Gautama Buddha by Christian Rosenkreutz, for I
    • have spoken of the significant influence which the transference of
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    • lives — what the Christ, what the event of Golgotha signified
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 1: Whitsuntide. Festival of the Liberation of the Human Spirit
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 2: The Contrast Between Cain and Abel
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    • cosmic significance, of significance which reaches beyond the earthly
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 3: The Mysteries of the Druids and the 'Drottes'
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    • signify on the physical level. In the animal kingdom we pass through
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    • sagas — at least those which bear a significance of this kind —
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 5: The Mystery Known to Rosicrucians
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    • art. He was the most significant architect we can imagine.
    • sixth cultural epoch, which will recognise the significance of the
    • no longer be required to give warning, but everything which signified
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 7: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 1
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    • eminence, made the mystical sign of the Tau and, behold, all the
    • apprenticeship: Sign, Grip and Word. The Sign is a symbol of the same
    • same fate as the Master-builder Hiram suffered. Then the new Sign,
    • Word which was uttered at the finding of Hiram's body. The signs by
    • drawn to the significance of symbols. He should also retain an
    • Word, Sign and Grip I shall never disclose anything which is
    • the development of powers which were designated as the Royal Art,
    • significance as the world became rationalistic. It had its meaning
    • a copy or image, has no meaning; there is only significance in what
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 8: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 2
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    • through the twelve signs of the zodiac. That reminds us of what I
    • significance of the Temple Legend, has to pass three veils.
    • After this the secret of the Tau sign is explained, and the Holy
    • sound, breathing and fluctuating in significant vibration which would
    • Freemasonry, there is so little understanding of the real significance of
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 9: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 3
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    • other people it is a real happening, which signifies a great division
    • things is of any significance There is a man at the head of the
    • American Misraim movement, whose significant character constitutes a
    • tendency, you should not imagine that this now has significance for
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 10: Evolution and Involution as they are Interpreted by Occult Societies [The Atom as Congealed Electricity]
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    • significance. They are adapted to the structure of our [period of]
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 12: Concerning the Lost Temple and How It Is To Be Restored - 2
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    • is a deeply significant symbol. In this you need only
    • make clear what the name Yahveh signifies.
    • significance. Jean Paul recounts the following incident:
    • epoch was represented by the sign of the Ram or Lamb. The
    • Babylonian-Assyrian epoch gathered together in the sign of the Bull
    • designated in the constellation by the sign of the Twins. And if we
    • go still further into the past we would come to the sign of the Crab
    • transition of the sun into the sign of the Twins. A further stage of
    • the sun passes into the sign of the Bull. And as the sun continues
    • The sun proceeds through the heavens, and now we enter the sign of the
    • temple for the divine. At that time the sun will enter the sign of
    • the sun enters the sign of the Water Carrier at the spring equinox,
    • survey all this, we find images having great significance. And he in
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 13: Concerning the Lost Temple and How It Is To Be Restored - 3
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    • significance of Solomon's Temple for world history.
    • the Cross; in it we are dealing less with the Cross sign or its
    • have the same common significance for all mankind. However, what
    • basic significance for Christianity.
    • which has led it to acquire such basic and real significance as a
    • significant meaning in our conceiving the plant as the exact
    • significant way in his
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 14: Concerning the Lost Temple and How It Is To Be Restored - 4
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    • physical as well. This force is designated the Father Force, or
    • Forces, that is called Atma; this is how Atma can be assigned to the
    • few people at present have any significant control over their astral
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 15: Atoms and the Logos in the Light of Occultism
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  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 16: The Relationship of Occultism to the Theosophical Movement
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    • work on the etheric body. That signifies no less than that the Indian
    • a great and significant mystery, when particular stages of our
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 17: Freemasonry and Human Evolution I
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    • the mystical Tau sign. From this the Queen's nurse realised that the
    • wisdom of the future was hidden under this sign of the Tau. During a
    • examined as to their occult meaning, for their deep significance to
    • made to express beauty. Cathedrals, temples and other significant
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 18: Freemasonry and Human Evolution II
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    • Tau sign lie the forces which the Sons of Cain use to work on the
    • significance of the theosophical movement. It is preparing, in the
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 19: The Relationship Between Occult Knowledge and Everyday Life
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    • races develop together is significant: psychic has to confront
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 20: The Royal Art in a New Form
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    • the symbolic ways and manners of the Freemasons are designated — bear
    • himself to be as significant as he properly should; as for the second
    • is expressed in the deeply significant Saga of the Holy Grail,
    • that the true original significance of these symbols is connected
    • signifies — as can even be proved by literary means
    • design a really acoustic building has been completely lost. Yet, in
    • example, pass away; but it is of far reaching significance that the
    • significance. And when this human race once again appears on the
    • which has had real significance for humanity's progress in the world
    • all-penetrating common design. That of course is the cause of the
    • Tau sign plays a major role in Freemasonry.
    • particular point he makes use of the Tau sign, when the Queen of
    • signal of the Tau — which Hiram-Abiff raised aloft — they all
    • appeared from all sides. The Tau sign symbolises a totally new power,
    • This power is symbolised by the Tau sign and was indeed poetically
    • entirely new significance.
    • his choice. By this is signified that the pair should only touch each
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • and is also significant in the happenings after our earthly
    • that play very significantly indeed into the experiences of
    • follow the signs of printed letters and not really read at
    • significant is happening in the etheric body — we
    • ideas, supplies most significant material for treatment in
    • keep watch at the hedge. The peasant signals: ‘Now he
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    • assumed great significance in physical science since the
    • is very significant, for it sheds light, in a most concrete
    • etheric bodies. Significant stimuli for clairvoyant
    • to indicate how significantly our knowledge can be enriched
    • spectrum. This is a very significant esoteric connection.
    • in the planet, how significant it is for the planet.
    • To me it was very significant — and I say this
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    • world, and what one signifies to the world, if one has this
    • life-wisdom into a single word. Then this signifies
    • significance for the physical sense world here. For when we
    • master, gains a special significance if we are to perceive
    • on this account the design of our building has been made as
    • It is very significant that precisely these words come into
    • about what he signified to the world, about the
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    • into everyday life that which will become the future signature
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 5: From Sense Perception to Spirit Imaging
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
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    • and paralysing processes act in concert. We see the significance of
    • as the destroyer of causality will only gain significance in future
    • glimpse of man's significance within the cosmos — and we also
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    • is designed to lead to inner freedom of thought, and this person can
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    • Not only is it most significant that such a bludgeon of a lie
    • is spoken but it is most significant that a person today is
  • Title: Et Incarnatus Est
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    • significance to these words as they do to the Easter mystery of
    • that work in the cosmos when certain signs appear in the starry
    • heavens. One such sign they recognized when, in the night
    • sign of the Virgin, for gold, frankincense, and myrrh were also
    • of the fact that, out of cosmic heights, under a cosmic sign, a
    • significance in the fact that man wills to celebrate something
    • manger, after the event whose sign had appeared to them in the
    • happening on earth, by the sign given to them through the
    • real significance of any event that is taking place today
    • desires, among other things, to proclaim the great significance
    • meaning, and to human life its significance. Since the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture I: Where and How Does One Find the Spirit?
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    • psychologist) who one regards as a significant expert of his
    • spiritual science is of such an immense significance to the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture II: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Exoteric
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    • develop such ideas, and that such an idea had no significance
    • psychiatrist), spoke a very significant word about Goethe in his
    • significant just in this kind for a big part of our modern
    • stress the insubstantiality, the insignificance and unreality
    • Just if one considers the relation of these significant persons
    • significant sight must have been at mealtime when the tables of
    • will-o'-the-wisps say something significant about their mutual
    • Especially significant is still the peculiar role that the
    • Goethean worldview, which became deeply significant for the
    • said something significant: “What is fertile is true
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    • will-o'-the-wisps a certain significance is also attributed.
    • signifies a higher level of human development. Now, Goethe
    • significant that it cannot be compared with the development of
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IV: Bible and Wisdom I
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    • concerning something else, even if less significant, some
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture V: Bible and Wisdom II
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    • document of such an immense significance for countless human
    • existed before the Gospel was. — The significant sentence
    • Christ spoke the significant words: “Before Abraham was,
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VI: Superstition from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • begun in the world, two significant persons lived by whom this
    • the matter must be a very significant hypnotist who could
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VII: Issues of Nutrition in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • This has a particular significance. It originates only when the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VIII: Issues of Health in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the deepest and most significant sense that the individuality
    • the child expresses as desire, as instinct, is a sign how the
    • as a sign which points to the fact that also the astral body
    • significance of spiritual science. They will also not have
    • person of good taste, and the house as the external sign of the
    • says: here I see the healthy body. This is a sign of the fact
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IX: Tolstoy and Carnegie
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    • especially typical signs — particular peculiarities
    • Thus, it is of immense significance, what a deep impression a
    • they were still less divided into those who had to assign a job
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XI: The Invisible Human Members and Practical Life
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    • could quote Fichte's word of the practical significance of
    • without that signifies us. Therefore, “I” was in
    • significance even if it appears wrong. Should we cancel
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XII: The Secret of the Human Temperaments
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    • prevailing there. Thus, many signs could be stated which show
    • Thus, you recognise how significantly spiritual science can
    • we consider all that, we realise that it is a significant task
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • signs, around them two dragons, a flying one above, and one
    • Such signs and words must deeply work on Goethe. For example,
    • intertwined signs from the chaotic matter, which is not yet
    • shows, he attained literary significance by Christopher Marlowe
    • in which Faust sees the sign of the macrocosm. He lets him say
    • strange sign. It showed two intertwined triangles, and of two
    • where on the corners of the triangles the planetary signs are
    • other signs that join more the immediate human life. In
    • page. The sign of the macrocosm replaced by that of the
    • human soul, what expresses itself in the sign of the microcosm.
    • composedly resigned searching Goethe faces the fruits that
    • the journey it has been assigned.
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIV: Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Esoteric
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    • Thus, to Faust the whole masquerade which should signify
    • significant only for the sensuous world. Thus, it is pointed to
    • worthy can go slowly and with resignation. He shows us that
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XV: Nietzsche in the Light of Spiritual Science
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVI: Isis and Madonna
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVII: Old European Clairvoyance
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVIII: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • ancestors. It was a significant feeling to the human being of
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 1: The Experience of Major and Minor
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    • and trace back the significance of this word alpha (it is a word which
    • is to be true. The making of signs is not the essential thing, but the
    • ill in the soul-world always signifies something quite different from
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    • significance lies in the process of coming into being.
    • significance. That is why it is justified in relationship to the audience,
    • is not merely, let's say, as if some signpost is written with ‘front’
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 4: The Progression of Musical Phrases; Swinging Over; the Bar Line
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    • as simple a phrase as possible to make clear to ourselves the real significance
    • of man corresponds to what may be called the least significant of the
  • Title: Eurthmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 5: Choral Eurythmy
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    • myself thinking of a very significant Austrian musician of the present
    • about atonal music Hauer touches on something that is very significant
    • over from one group to another. Here we reach something very significant
    • so the whole design of the form (which is determinded by the relative
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 6: The Sustained Note; the Rest; Discords
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    • I previously said that the bar line signifies a holding-on, doing the
    • signifies moving in space, if possible with a swinging movement — naturally
    • Something very significant
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 7: Musical Physiology; the Point of Departure; Intervals; Cadences
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    • aspect of the eurythmy figures designated as ‘character’. [47] I have
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 8: Pitch (ethos and pathos), Note Values, Dynamics, Changes of Tempo
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    • movement basically signifies ethos. Ethos of the human being is a uniting
    • signifies a closer connection than normal with the physical element.
    • repetition — so that the development signifies a certain intensification,
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    • that whatever is most significant for us between birth and
    • written assignment. So he lay down to sleep very dissatisfied,
    • physical body to solve the assignment.
    • practical significance. We hardly realize how much in the way
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 1: Probability and Chance
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    • contribute something vital and significant, not only to our theoretical
    • since we realize today that they have no cosmic significance, no objective
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    • most grandiose as well as the most absurdly insignificant historical
    • If they were, we would realize how significant it is for human life
    • he really accomplished much of significance in his historical studies,
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 4: Necessity as Past Subjectivity
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    • evidence of the true nature of combustion was considered a most significant
    • a much more significant form. What was once a subjective experience
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    • — a matter of total indifference to the landscape — signifies
    • defined concepts, for these are of immense significance for life. I
    • signifying “wreath” as in Latin. The plant species used
    • designated “palm branches” and “palm catkins.”
    • the activity of the genius of language to significant insights that
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 6: Imaginative Cognition Leaves Insights of Natural Science Behind
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    • into earthly matter. This is of significance. All the time we are asleep,
    • assume that it is of little significance for the earth to receive back
    • us. That is the significant thing about it.
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    • mentioned in the previous talks repeatedly is so significant
    • Besides, one experience is of particular significance.
    • significant transition to spiritual cognition that you have the
    • would like to point two groups out as significant, namely the
    • significant experience to know how sleep makes it. Now you
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    • A significant thinker of the nineteenth
    • such significant questions like that of the origin of evil one
    • physical world. A significant mystic said:
    • to us in its significance for the physical-sensory world in
    • a significant mystery of existence that the human being can
    • such a human destiny, however, it is infinitely significant for
    • approaches such significant vital matters as the riddle of the
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    • an exceptionally significant treasure for life, while it
    • comes to action from the inside. This gives a significant
    • an outer sign that spiritual science finds already
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    • this is not merely outwardly or materially significant, but it
    • piece of paper, or on the chalkboard, a peculiar sign that
    • For such a sign has nothing
    • signs signified, although these were more expressive of the
    • weird and ornate signs on the chalkboard? What could they have
    • to deal with signs that have lost any connection between our
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    • little stick games or design paper weaving cards is simple
    • accept that this sign, FATHER represents an actual father.
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    • to assign existence or being to the blossom, one has to
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    • them to discover something fundamental and significant —
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    • of institutions. And yet, these are the least significant
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    • something highly significant and deeply prophetic in every
    • pedagogy. This is the significant difference between Waldorf
    • whatever. It is not designed to meet specific external
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    • can be especially significant in ballads. In declamation, on
    • something of real significance in all this.
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    • and so they are assigned to themselves.
    • entered the Sign of Aquarius then it will send down its rays to
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    • full significance for the practical economic life. The reason
    • indications of the things which I want to assign to certain
    • certain value which definitely has an objective significance. I
    • significance”. By “objective significance” I
    • full significance will have to say: This radical difference
    • boundaries would lose their economic significance. And the
    • duties are, what his rights are, with that which he signifies
    • be the very best. For me that would already signify something
    • to me today the most significant question particularly in
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    • for instance, I will go for a walk, even when it is such an insignificant
    • on which has no other significance with regard to the true forces than
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    • to a purely external phenomenon, but one of immense significance, showing
    • came in contact with the citizens (let us remember the bell, signalling
    • assigned to the English and American, the English-speaking peoples.
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    • together and precisely these significant incidents teach us the falsity
    • significant workers with us in all our Cosmic work.
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    • all about spiritual things. It is very significant that we have to
    • This is precisely the significance of the Mystery of Golgotha; it
    • emphasize the great significance of the triumphs of Natural Science,
    • does such a vision signify? What does it show us?’ It shows the
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    • reached a significant stage of its evolution, at the end of the Old Sun
    • the etheric body had reached a significant stage of its evolution, the
    • period our Ego will have reached a significant point of its evolution.
    • become what may be designated by the expression
    • Golgotha’ signifies.
    • people signified historically. Let us ask: ‘What ought these
    • have recognized that Being Who gives meaning and significance to earth
    • Divine. They ought to have understood that humanity has no significance
    • evolution its purpose and significance. And out of the cries of the
    • when we read through the Old Testament? The most significant thing
    • connect with what Love designates. Love is nothing we appropriate to
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    • will have some significance, some value for life; but certainty we
    • between death and a new birth, and it is very significant when one
    • The significance of the soul's life in that disease-stricken body has
    • place this clearly before our souls. We see then what a significant
    • matter that is of immense human significance in reference to St. Paul's
    • Christ has to signify in the human soul. Christ can be the bearer and
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    • and guilt, this signifies that sin and guilt really kill man —
    • Gospel, for they are very significant. The difficulty arises from the
    • assign to Lucifer an important role in the universe, and yet again
    • emphasis on the fact that the progressive Gods have assigned to Lucifer
    • signifies for thee, but what the act signifies for the universe,’
    • one, and the matter is not only of significance for the time after the
    • affair of the successive incarnations of man. The significance of
    • it signify for the human soul when one, who may so speak, says in the
    • think of all that it signifies when the human soul is able to say to
    • the most significant passages of the New Testament, tells us that all
    • thing that has significance for the cosmos, and that I am counted
    • realizes the significance of Christ in all seriousness, a feeling will
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    • understood. The assimilation of truths is not only of significance for
    • be found in the New Testament is not without significance, even if we
    • meaning and significance of Christ, we must seek this deeper meaning in
    • sign, is known in the various religions of the world as the
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 1: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • A sign pointing the way to a sense for truth—apart from all other
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    • But that is merely the designation we use; there has always existed
    • that place for which the most important designation up to the time of
    • people. Nothing was known of the significant Event that constitutes
    • significance? Through his preparatory instruction such a person knew
    • to our thought of Christmas, to learn what their significance really
    • special, for he knows that now it appears small and insignificant, and
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 3: Brotherliness and Freedom ...
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    • They can only be rightly understood and their significance for life
    • wisdom and a certain development of will. I pointed to the significance
    • is no longer capable of development continues to decrease. This is significant,
    • moreover, much more significantly than is now supposed. There exists
    • of the spiritual world. And now something significant occurred: this
    • and many significant and impressive things are said in them about the
    • as something tremendously significant that had entered earth evolution,
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    • One must understand the inner significance of what can be described
    • The third stage was designated
    • means of such contra-hypotheses is it possible to grasp the significance
    • our ego, what we designate by that word, is only a reflection. And through
    • the inner significance of the Mystery of Golgotha. A man cannot today
    • the principles of the ancient Mysteries lost their significance reveals
    • significance in the world- process. When man loses something, he is
    • laws. And what is significant in Goethe and Goetheanism is something
    • I might say that there were already signs of this dawning, though still
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    • on the other, as synonyms signifying the same thing.
    • of extraordinary significance was taking place in the soul of European
    • was now an accomplished fact—a time in which a more significant
    • mystics designate as the Pillars of Hercules. Now that the precept “Know
    • significant effect of inspiring Dante, Latini's pupil, for the Divina
    • But one must carefully consider what is significant in the first stages.
    • experienced, as the first sign of his guidance by a spiritual being,
    • be able to see that there are events in it of the utmost significance,
    • in your life, not for its outer significance but for the inner change
    • recognize the significance of certain experiences he has had, which
    • such an experience signifies for himself and for the world. When he
    • at this point in his inner experience it has extraordinarily great significance.
    • human significance. It can be said today, if we express the facts quite
    • signifies must work together to combat it. For the strength used in
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    • as having the same soul-spiritual significance as ourselves. We would
    • path. Youth is no longer sufficiently hopeful, and old age has a resignation
    • of the year, we must ask ourselves: What does this era really signify?
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    • indeed pouring into their life. So there is a significant situation:
    • This is a significant battle in which man must take part if he wants
    • very significant fact. Let us assume that a man who is a human coherer
    • if it still clings to materialism. We must realize that in this signpost
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    • an activity that must have been assigned to you by the masters of the
    • into an exoteric association at best. There are already certain signs
    • out that if certain signs and symptoms continue to appear in the Society,
    • people here are assigned their positions by me. I have to respect the
    • to take our signatures as an assurance of our unconditional and constant
    • signed by Michael Bauer and over 300 others
    • was a spontaneous and purely human expression of the signers' relationship
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    • a letter yesterday that was signed by two members of the Society and
    • and Society members will have to resign themselves to doing without
    • slander and false accusations as well. A significant amount has been
    • to be interpreted as a sign that the teachings have not been received
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    • spot.) Disbanding a group like that would not change anything significant.
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    • — if we add or delete points and statutes, nothing significant
    • taking the action of expelling a member will very seldom have any significant
    • utmost significance for human civilization as a whole.
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    • significant lesson from this after realizing that these beings he could
    • can be sure it's significant. Something essential is meant by this expression.
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    • from a specific case is often of greater significance than the actual
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    • significant point in our spiritual scientific communications, and what
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    • The most significant aspect
    • instances as it does in less significant ones. People who don't even
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    • spirit. It is significant what he writes from Rome to his
    • pass by insignificantly. Paracelsus is a son of his time as a
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    • Bible. The outer history can hardly understand this significant
    • personality is a sign of the fact that not only the actions,
    • communication about the personality and significance of the
    • one can say about the person and the significance of the
    • spiritual science to say about the person and the significance
    • there would be a great significant spirit. This spirit is
    • people. One knew that something significant is in and behind
    • significant jerk forward first in their souls they stand alone.
    • significant spirits had a particular power. What I say may seem
    • person of such spirits is a rather insignificant one. The
    • pupils know it. Somewhere, maybe in an extremely insignificant
    • significant self-education to higher spiritual heights. What
    • levels. If then a suitable level is reached, certain signs
    • which the signs of it are: now you are so far in your soul that
    • sign should decide between the God of Ahab and the God of
    • and with signs that are written.
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    • that was designed in the dawn of Darwinism so daringly? The
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    • the things, and wanted to assign everything to faith that
    • combine with the most significant being that they could
    • the actual significance of the Christ impulse. Not before one
    • Palestine has a deep, causal significance for the whole
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    • at school. If one looks at its significance and effectiveness,
    • which he let the most significant inner core of the soul
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    • sounds, as significant as it is for life: we leave ourselves
    • to cause the right balance of resignation and desire of
    • resignation and desire of activity that
    • resignation of fate because we know that we ourselves have
    • this resignation, it strengthens our will because it is not
    • resignation and the devotion to destiny, but serenity. Someone
    • significance get over any opposition and misunderstanding, a
    • significant force of its life while saying to itself with
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    • significant his ideas are in the just characterised sense, they
    • the work had, that in this work of Darwin something significant
    • work, for example, in Germany? As something significant it has
    • us aware of the task and the significance of spiritual science
    • significant fact that he was stimulated to the basic ideas by
    • one piece. This was the opinion of the most significant
    • state. This discovery seemed to be significant to Goethe. We
    • A researcher offers a significant example
    • significant his
    • ourselves whether humanity has gained something significant for
    • compared with the prime concern of Darwinism that significant,
    • Darwinism and not neglect the fact that it is significant if
    • way unexpected in former times. This is the significant.
    • significance just in the light of spiritual science. Today we
    • the indicated gets significance.
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    • past sixty of seventy years shows this. It is a significant lesson,
    • or later. The content of an idea is only significant for a definite
    • who think that they can express an opinion as to the true significance
    • lived a population which really possessed a wisdom of deep significance.
    • from that time which is designated — but erroneously — as
    • significance. For it would be an entirely different matter if the goods
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    • does not constitute one of the insignificant products of modern national
    • into an organic whole, and in which every part has its assigned place.
    • should have his assigned place, the place which suits him and where
    • everyone has his assigned place, as a serving member of the community”.
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    • be designated as impulse of health, and in the other case as the impulse
    • all the development of what has been designated as capitalism, another
    • ambition to do something as well as possible, and so forth. Significant
    • may be designated as the capitalistic production, as capitalistic industry,
    • This is the consequence of that prejudice which is designated as the
    • designated as characteristic trait of the capitalistic economic order,
    • be able to throw light on the four points which I have designated as
    • designated as objective science and it is not at all inclined to discover
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    • has been lost long ago in that philosophical-scientific madness-designated
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    • significance of the scientific knowledge, but he turned the
    • significance of spiritual science for the today's life who
    • to recognise the significance of knowledge for life. What can
    • world. With it, he also knows its significance for the whole
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    • in spite of any sincerity and truthfulness. This signifies
    • to object: what does spiritual science signify to those who
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    • glance on something that plays such a significant role in the
    • thinking, this inner development signifies a real lifting out
    • outer life. Yes, just in that the significant of spiritual
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    • twists of fate with the consciousness what destiny signifies
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    • However, one thing is still exceptionally significant: the fact
    • significance for the highest questions, for example, for the
    • question of immortality. They have big significance for it, and
    • more if we consider it as a designer of the emotional life,
    • than if we consider it only as a designer of imagination.
    • picture writing of the ancient Egyptians. These are only signs;
    • like a sign of the spiritual; thus, it is just in the
    • While she shows him that the body is an expression and sign of
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    • to the nervous system. So that we have to assign the emotional
    • assigned to the metabolic processes, as the experiences of
    • exceptionally significant scientific period of German idealism
    • of visibility. 'Death' signifies only to be no longer
    • science. Among those who recognised this significant truth, I
    • human sensory life has no other significance than to be only
    • similar, a sign of pathological imagination, for which the
    • realise that also for the world riddles a significant
    • ethical life brutally. However, today one can be a significant
    • explanations of a very significant naturalist of the present
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    • be of immense significance for the understanding of the world.
    • those days this has another significance. If one wants to get
    • them. Only the outer reality has significance for them.
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    • has attained and will attain, and which big significance these
    • personal arbitrariness, and are significant for all human
    • individuality has just as little significance as for that which
    • recognise that Hegel is a significant spirit. In Hegel's
    • significant and more perfect, and with the human being they are
    • significance of the spiritual science for the present.
    • that are indicative that spiritual science has significance for
    • results -, then we get an idea of the significance of spiritual
    • the spiritual-scientific results and their significance for the
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    • one attains the possibility to point to various significant
    • significant to somebody who intensely wants to deal with such a
    • maybe know the brilliant, significant biographer of
    • this remark can be significant -, Herman Grimm answered with a
    • whose significance spiritual science does not deny. However, it
    • It is the thirst for knowledge and a sign of ill imagination
    • determine the entire significance and the being of knowledge?
    • spiritual world and its significance for the present human
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    • significant men: everywhere we find the motherly qualities
    • is assigned in quite different way to the universe than the
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    • human development, so to speak, a certain mission is assigned.
    • speak, a period is assigned to such a mission. If this period
    • was assigned to a people. The period can have run out, so to
    • indicates something significant. From former talks of this
    • What we regard as the most significant element of the cultural
    • that the world historical significance of the transition from
    • understand that it is not easy at all to find the significance
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    • Heinrich Schramm — whose works are rather significant,
    • shining fact. Even if it has a limited significance,
    • that signifies development as it were. Imagine how fatal it
    • direction when we characterised the significance of geology for
    • Considering this, it turns out that the great and significant
    • There I know a very significant physicist who has considerable
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    • you find except for this resigning mood still leftovers of an
    • only wanted to mark a mood. If you read up with any significant
    • harmony start coming into the realm of dreams. This is a sign
    • today if the telephone had become a significant and useful
    • intellectually insignificant; the other is morally of high
    • standing, intellectually significant. Assume that you can
    • body. The whole sequence of the living beings signifies nothing
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    • help should be an auspicious sign of the next century.
    • concept the struggle for existence. At the sign of the struggle
    • with an enormous sum of proven facts which significance this
    • significant and not only symbolical that Darwinism still found
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture III: Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Soul and Spirit of the Human Being
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    • been assigned.” These words sound from the world music of
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    • science has a real significance only if it is able to intervene
    • this a bad sign of spiritual science? It would be better if
    • self-interest as significant in life. However, somebody works
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    • significant man, the anatomist Albert (Eduard A., 1841-1900,
    • significant influence on all areas of life. In certain
    • say to me “I”, so that it would signify me.
    • “I” can never sound to our ears if it signifies me.
    • According to the Old Testament, the name signifies the
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    • know a race in which the most significant abilities, which make
    • form and is as a reminiscent sign of it, becomes degenerate
    • is done more according to external signs and gives certain
    • stimulated by the mystery dramas. However, the most significant
    • the significance of humanity if we look at these races. We
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    • Tao signifies a deep, concealed soul ground and an elated
    • (Latin) signifies mask or external figure, cover. Hence,
    • theosophy or spiritual science should today signify a revival
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    • other of the human beings signifies something quite similar as
    • word almost does not have any significance to us; we hear it
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    • and significant achievements of our time are based on these
    • the unimportant from the significant, the transient from the
    • gets already by an external view to a significant knowledge of
    • significant that the stone can say to him. Thus, the human
    • become a habit that he separates the significant from the
    • with the significant. The human beings are deceived in that in
    • lives with the significant of their occupations. If you see
    • anything significant in me because I can talk to the people
    • here, you do not see the significant in your own life and
    • most significant hints to the feeling, which the esoteric must
    • have towards the significant. One is not allowed to confuse the
    • externally significant with the internally significant. One has
    • rhythmic. As well as the seal is imprinted by a signet, the
    • significant way and that to him strange things manifest, which
    • quite significant way, the human being is a reflection of his
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    • us. Who does feel the other significant saying by Goethe so
    • higher being, but still more like a reminiscent sign of
    • souls possible. The sun became significant for growth and
    • victory of the sun over the darkness signifies to us a memory
    • sign of the sun, when it descended into the darkness of desires
    • Thus, this solar victory signified to those who still had a
    • does it signify? It signifies the following: once also those at
    • significance of spirit and spiritual life, where one tried to
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    • this as anything significant because humanity is used to it.
    • However, is it not anything significant in the highest sense
    • consciousness of the unique, immense significance of the action
    • deny, however, that today this significance has become somewhat
    • significance. Never was the advancement sensory from the
    • also has deep symbolic significance. He has never grasped that
    • we want to imagine the whole significance of this new, we have
    • addition, this word appears to us in its full significance if
    • the great, significant experience of the mystery temples should
    • expressed significantly in his poem, which begins: “Tell
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    • I make clear what this buddhi signifies in the spiritual realm,
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    • something about the same idea and its significance for the
    • significant theosophical ideas. Édouard Schuré just
    • the journey it has been assigned.
    • themselves has an everlasting significance beyond the grave.
    • believe anyhow in the fact that it has a significance if
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    • something very significant — that Wotan himself went to
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    • modern spiritual development. The most significant spirits of
    • significant in themselves. However, a few are successful,
    • this significant kind. He reached the point that just the
    • significance for theosophy. He had got to know the deep German
    • Another writing by Schelling is still significant: Bruno or
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    • significant trait that Siegfried, the sprig of the old gods
    • the gods quite significant ancient views are concealed which
    • is no longer subordinated to initiation and wisdom is assigned
    • time — the higher consciousness signifies something
    • higher world shines? It is deeply significant that just by the
    • art have a prophetic significance. They are a great, eminent
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    • accessible to art significantly in our time. The Parzival and
    • of a family name. They referred to it if they wanted to assign
    • Kundry. Meeting Kundry he experiences the whole significance of
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    • time in a significant way: they abstain from certain dishes,
    • whole nature. Also Christmas builds in a significant way on big
    • spiritual significance of the world Saviour was associated with
    • at whose foot lies a lamb. Lamb and Aries signify the same. In
    • prepared in the sign of the Aries or lamb. The sun goes through
    • the signs of the zodiac; every year it moves forward a little
    • this sign of the zodiac. For 2 500 years the sun moves on in
    • this sign; it was in the sign of the bull before. At that time,
    • at that time the sun stood in the sign of the bull.
    • When the sun entered the sign of Aries or Lamb, there the ram
    • something significant. Jason gets the fur of the ram from
    • festival with the sign of the Aries or Lamb, and considers this
    • together. Paracelsus shows the human being significantly as a
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    • knowledge have a higher significance to us. One often asks, to
    • ability to discriminate the most significant facts. H he does
    • say, I believe in the significance of the human organs;
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    • bourgeoisie. This exerted a significant influence on the entire
    • understand this significant expression. It is a certain essence
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    • those significant events which have taken place since
    • importance. All this is a long way back, in significance,
    • believe they are saying something full of significance
    • significant. There is a great difference between the men
    • how significant it is that so dreadfully little takes
    • that mean? That is the significance, if just this number
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    • natural conditions is of exactly the same significance
    • indicate to you that speech has a great significance for
    • our supersense life, a fundamental significance. But
    • not yet aware of it as having any significance. But that
    • only has significance for the soul life of today; we do
    • signs that spiritual science gives for the Threefold
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    • of the threshold is an event of deepest significance for
    • manner of former ages in the significant words,
    • dear friends, one meets with a significant experience of
    • resignation to retire to Southern Bavaria after he had
    • resigned. Let us ask, what will become definitely, what
    • worthless. It has been significant and useful even in the
    • significant constructive part of the event.
    • the astral body. An extraordinarily significant symbol of
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    • significance of work, — this very special relation
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    • is of these things! It is rather insignificant, but it comes
    • feeling is touched that is not without significance in our
    • significance of such an objection completely which says there:
    • only with the hand. Materialism is a sign of spiritual
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    • natural sciences, then the significant basics were given for
    • this is not yet the significant. It is significant that
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    • anticipated due to its most significant spirits in former
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    • forces are the absolute only ones; what I recognise signifies
    • pronounced is very significant for the sensation that one
    • is somebody who knows a certain secret that is significant to
    • start from a profound, significant spiritual fact. Goethe
    • In this portfolio, you find signs. Any sign has an immense,
    • the journey it has been assigned.
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    • should have significance and power in the world works different
    • explodes; but your fear signifies something in the spiritual
    • great, so mighty, and significant, and claims us so strongly
    • significant truth. Hence, it is useless at all; if in
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    • significance and practical importance. However, we are not
    • the human being. One can only understand the significance of
    • much more significant mission of the human beings to respect
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    • another significant example. The sand digger wasp has a weird
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    • something gains significance more and more that reveals its
    • money and its significance for our outer life. Now, however, he
    • and that it has, actually, no real significance. He would have
    • significant problems of the economists on a theoretical basis;
    • dialectic knows that one can talk about the significance of the
    • significance, is quite unsubstantial. Not that is the point
    • work is insignificant for the coherence. It must be in a
    • significant if I have high abilities. However, if the human
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    • signify anything for the human destinies. At that time, one
    • and more significant that one of the best experts of this
    • which assigns itself to the centre of the earth whereas the
    • significant. As an embryo, the human being is subject to the
    • significance.
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    • significance for the further development of the human
    • into the significance of this life essence, we must closer
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    • “heaven” gets a significance for the future human
    • most enclosing, the most significant concept should be the
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    • above all appears one thing that is most significant — the existence
    • Now one of the most significant
    • Congress, could not but confess that the essential thing, the significant
    • significant phenomenon may strike everyone as justifying what I have
    • to be significant, namely, that today it is possible for mankind to
    • hold firmly to it, unconscious of any sign that this is no longer possible.
    • ninety-nine signatures; if another ninety-nine of the Germans of the
    • busy in Germany obtaining signatures for the Appeal. And in Austria
    • telegram from Vienna: “By midday 11th, 73 signatures, more certain
    • tomorrow”. And on the following day: “Total 93 signatures”.
    • That could be announced from Vienna, and more signatures were reported
    • be to find among them a number of signatures of well-known personalities
    • several signatures have already been obtained. We have always to consider
    • that. Before 1914 such things might have had a certain significance
    • as old mummified thought, but now they have lost that significance.
    • that this kind of Appeal has a significance that is absolute. I spoke
    • much astonished when a well-known personality, whose signature one of
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    • and who cries for the moon. This is extraordinarily significant. We
    • misunderstanding this most deeply serious and significant side of our
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    • then this is a turning away from all true life of the spirit, and signifies
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    • designed, socialistic ideal to be put into practice, but so that human
    • the significance of the land in the social organism, we see that one
    • this right to land that has a real significance for the social organism.
    • organism, getting money has no significance. Man separates himself from
    • in has no significance; he becomes a social being only when he gives
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    • its significance. Present-day man must learn to grasp that, to come
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    • only really significant question: Has not this been repeated over and
    • away with? this is as significant as to ask: How is the social organism
    • should not be possible for a capitalist to be obliged by law to assign
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    • and so forth. Hegel makes up for the significance lost through his abstractions,
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    • playing a significant part in the life of a human being.
    • significance of an illness for the whole individual experience
    • physical significance but also a spiritual one.
    • that signify in his life? We must first understand what an
    • event like this signifies in the life of a human being.
    • significant tendency in Goethe. Allow me at this point to make
    • not however in the way an insignificant poet would have done, but
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    • essential thought. Something deeply significant is given to our
    • what will be the result of this? What does it signify for the
    • significance are done in this way. Deep and profound
    • perceive a very slight sign made by its master, and
    • Then, at another equally silent signal (like the flicking
    • slightest signs, which the men who train them are quite
    • unable to perceive—signs which they make
    • significant. If you bear this in mind, you will no longer
    • signifies—in such a man as Boehme—this interplay,
    • of significance may come into being upon Vulcan, the full
    • Vulcan time. Hence what is truly significant in man's
    • ordinary human being does—even the most insignificant
    • achievements are an end; the least significant labour is always
    • insignificant when we see it lying there beside the beautiful
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    • significance for Vulcan evolution. But to this end
    • have their significance in the World-process. Some who believe
    • out of a certain sign, the motor, being attuned to this
    • particular sign, will be set in motion.
    • signs for them — signs which can only be made by men of a
    • are evilly disposed will, if they try to use the sign,
    • when he has the understanding rightly to perceive the signs of
    • all these things, and their significance for human
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    • thinker and he gained nothing of significance from his contact with
    • The most significant of his writings: “Thinking and Reality”
    • perhaps but significant all the same. What interested him was the true
    • that his discovery was a most significant event in history for it proved
    • last third of the 19th Century produced a great number of highly significant
    • A link of real significance is forged thereby. If I manage to some extent
    • true significance is not recognized. They may even be laughed at and
    • this I am pointing to a significant phenomenon of our time: catastrophes
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    • such somersaults in ideas. These things are simply looked upon as signs
    • present consists mainly in instruments designed to destroy. Looking
    • immense significance concerning the deeper aspect of human destiny.
    • will be seen as a significant period in mankind's evolution: the time
    • significant. We shall see in the next lecture that this agreement applies
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    • cognition, was predestined to be man's most significant experience during
    • the body itself has a deeper significance. The difference in man before
    • has significant consequences for human life. Let us go back for a moment
    • What is the real significance
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    • there are moments in a human life which are of special significance,
    • wisdom governs worlds. In significant moments of his life an individual
    • Movement, things which belong to our most beautiful, loftiest and significant
    • what is happening to mankind — Johanna Arnold would ask me significant
    • when he shows the first signs of warm understanding for the spiritual
    • places where he mentions Christ have no significance — and what
    • to increase that power. Yet people remain deaf and blind to the signs
    • of the times; they let what can explain the signs of the times pass
    • them by. Hermann Bahr in his own way is well able to read these signs.
    • can influence a talented and significant personality of our time.
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    • in relation to the Event of Christ. Historically, the present is a significant
    • in relation to every issue of significance.
    • I said by modern philosophers as unscientific — is immensely significant.
    • that despite the significance of this statement in relation to man's
    • This again illustrates the significance of the Mystery of Golgotha as
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    • outlook, does not alter the fact that significant spiritual impulses
    • that according to their very nature the most significant causes are
    • all he says there is no sign in his “Reason and Knowledge”
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    • impression on their soul. That is why so much of great significance
    • between the 14th and 17th centuries, takes on a deeper significance
    • these experiences into ordinary words because words are designed for
    • highly significant phenomenon that Luther should appear, embodying the
    • But what was Luther's most significant revelation concerning his direct
    • a significant turning point to make man aware of this fact. However
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    • The significance of the epoch is much greater in Luther's case than
    • his connection with spiritual reality. What we designate as Imagination
    • it has a special significance to immerse oneself in Luther in the present
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    • significant for the human soul. Some are aware of the riddle but there
    • and lose all significance for practical life, not that of a decade hence
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    • significance for the present and future activities of
    • gods and of the significance of transubstantiations in the
    • out altogether. They were no longer aware of the significance
    • ego which had been completely filled with the significance of
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    • under the sign of the consciousness soul. Hence it will be a
    • one becomes morally lighter and less significant in the
    • great deal. For it is a significant change if one feels that
    • signs which say that there is a lot of foot and mouth disease
    • significant genius lives somewhere or is born there. People can
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    • significance of the cycles of world civilization which are
    • significance for us. If we enlighten ourselves through the
    • seventh cycle which intersects this. A seventh cycle signifies
    • with the time of Michael's reign — a reign that signifies
    • beginning of his reign signifies a following of Christ down to
    • the earth, and in the future it will signify a walking before
    • Let's take the seven churches. If we assign one of them which
    • The significant eighth Council of Constantinople, which took
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    • this point vie have the significant dispute between Arius and
    • to east. This is tremendously significant. When such an event
    • matures. One should just think how significant it is that the
    • holy number three had a profound significance in all of the
    • which threatens him. It is that significant year in the
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    • has this sign, the sun demon: S o r a d t. At that time Soradt
    • was the name of the sun demon, and he describes this sign and
    • second 666 stood in the sign of that great upheaval in Europe
    • priests signified during the ages when true spirituality was on
    • how to interpret the signs of our time, and we will be able to
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    • now the significant reason which makes the picture so
    • one besides himself. That is very significant. When one comes
    • another clear sign that one is dealing with one of the greatest
    • it was in the verb. The ego was not a direct designation. One
    • it's a significant symbolic fact that the German word for I
    • acquire a significance for us; this name should really be able
    • is designated to give guidance to some other being on earth or
    • consider what appears in close proximity to this significant
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    • significant vision of the woman clothed with the sun, the
    • significant thing today is that people accept things
    • the beginning of the forties is a significant incision into the
    • under the influence of significant religious geniuses and under
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    • most significant vision that the present-day human soul should
    • here. The powerful sign which the Apocalypticer sketches is
    • that a really significant person like Masaryk who is standing
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    • this has a deep significance in the world context. I have often
    • spectral analysis. That is rather significant, because the
    • the way that the world is designed if you see that all natural
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    • is given to the significance of what came over humanity at the time
    • the West. That is something most significant. It was the fate of the
    • itself out into the reality of time, there must be signs in this world
    • one day. There must be signs for what is invisible in the spiritual
    • signs, signs of what hovers invisibly above the clouds, and lives there.
    • Those born earlier must have living signs from whatever those born earlier,
    • world, is a sign, a mark, for what lives in the spiritual worlds.
    • order to have it always as a sign that in Rome an imperium was to be
    • live for a long time. And that stands completely under the signature:
    • is nevertheless full of signs of the supersensible — that roughly
    • signs of the supersensible, that roughly was Raphael's intent. And the
    • picturing, everything expression and sign of a supersensible world,
    • In the middle is the signum, the sign, but it points to the supersensible
    • some of that which, after all, like the “Signatur” —
    • Elegance of expression was not a significant aim. These two facts also
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    • just in this Middle-Europe in the most significant way. Interest was
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    • Greek and Early Christian Art, Symbolic Signs,
    • say, the symbolic sign is connecting itself with what naturalistically can
    • sign, the monogram of Christ, the Chi (X) and the Rho (P), that is: Christ,
    • see that sign here formed still more completely.
    • If we consider such signs,
    • and consider what appears as such signs in what is pictured, is pictured
    • in the naturalistic picturing as such signs, then we have that which
    • the sign, the sign which brings “magic”. Take this well
    • in mind! The sign which works magic! This really is the sign out of
    • through the god Hermes? It is the sign through which the supersensible
    • plays into the sense, into what can be perceived. It is the sign, which
    • sign as the impulse of the third post-Atlantian time-space, what still
    • age, there were transformed the signs for writing, so we also see in
    • the Nordic lands how the signs of the runes are still active with their
    • attempting understand, through the runes, what the sign unveils, what
    • “Space-Sign” was to serve Christianity in the most varied
    • sign.” For the “sign” is “secreted
    • that is, another “sign”. In addition, we have the lines
    • sign” to enter? Because in the sign, the Magic was seen, the working
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    • be expressed in signatures — as you see in this picture on the
    • such peculiar significance in those early centuries, the old conflict
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    • point that we, as anthroposophists, consider significant.
    • himself : However insignificant I may be, the Gospel of
    • that the fact of paramount significance at the beginning
    • significance in the fact that King Djemjid who went from
    • had a. patron — a figure of great significance. But
  • Title: Gospel/Matthew (1965): Lecture 2
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    • considered. Principles of profound significance were
    • conception is based upon a profoundly significant truth,
    • profoundly significant world-view held by very early
    • this, something of great significance is able to take
    • that was great and significant in the culture and
    • measure of such significance for the evolution of
    • men's feelings with the significance of such an event. It
    • single designation: ‘I AM THE I AM !’ The
  • Title: Gospel/Matthew (1965): Lecture 3
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    • spoke of the fact that really significant happenings in
    • way to characterize the deeply significant inter-action
    • significance: the Earth had opened itself to the
    • understand the signs of the times as revealed in dreams
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    • seen that there is a significant difference between
    • essential significance. One of these great Initiates was
    • Rishis. The essential significance of post-Indian
    • significance. In order that Abraham should not be utterly
    • And the Bible points, most significantly, to something
    • Conditions established in the Zodiac are designated by
    • beautiful and significant principles manifest in the
    • “Ruach” in that significant passage in
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    • clairvoyant vision, of the significance of the part
    • Essene should learn to assess the full significance of
    • significant truth clearly in mind: that always, whenever
    • momentous role in evolution had been assigned to Abraham,
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    • describes him; for ‘Adam’ signifies
    • the Gospel of St. Matthew were right in assigning 75 to
    • ‘Noah’, for example, did not signify a single
    • individual; it signified what, in the first place, an
    • designates several successive personalities in the
    • sign of the boy's inner faculties. A faculty that
  • Title: Gospel/Matthew (1965): Lecture 7
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    • to realise to some extent what the Christ Event signified
    • specially significant form.
    • Jesus. The fundamental significance. of the Christ Event
    • significance is indicated in one Gospel in the words:
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    • significance, and when this is fully comprehended it
    • be the cause of disaffection is often a sign of extreme
    • in the physical environment, was designated in the
    • to designate as the ‘Kingdom’ the objects
    • designated in the language of the ancient Hebrews by
    • his astral body was designated by three words:
    • would have signified spirituality manifesting itself
    • three words designated the three different qualities or
    • he became aware of realities higher than those designated
    • designated by these words.
    • to designate greatness at rest within itself, inner
    • into the physical body was designated by the word
    • above his own level, invested with a significance greater
    • than was normally his. The expression designating the
    • in the external world. Experiences designated by the
    • that the ten Sephirot were expressions designating
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    • significance of the Christ Event is entirely lacking.
    • signifies an advance in evolution. But the earlier
    • that the original record can be assigned to the first
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    • use of names or designations in olden times. They were
    • with one of the modem age, a very significant difference
    • conspicuous and regard this as exaggeration and a sign of
    • and designations in an age when men still felt that they
    • days. But the point of real significance is indicated
    • designation, astral’ body. Through this form of
    • deeply significant, namely the magical intercourse of
    • sure sign by which Jeschu ben Pandira could be
    • recognized, were he to reincarnate in our epoch. The sign
    • the surest possible sign that he is not an incarnation of
    • reincarnation of the greatest possible significance might
    • was insignificant. People journeyed to Smyrna from all
    • are signs of the other defect that constantly makes
  • Title: Gospel/Matthew (1965): Lecture 11
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    • significant phenomenon in the development of one of the
    • signifies the successor of a living being, an entity that
    • usually emphasize the points of real significance. It is
    • This is of the very greatest significance. I have spoken
    • Peter, Christ Jesus realised the great significance of
    • understand that the Christ Impulse signified the
    • grow to the stage where the ties of real significance are
    • between them a little gap. This is the zodiacal sign of
    • significant transition takes place when a man is rising
    • image of the Sun at the zenith of the sign of Cancer! No
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    • attach the very greatest significance to the fact that
    • significance than his exterior appearance at first
    • happen; their task is to interpret the signs of the
    • humility and resignation to God's will which have here
    • merely in its material actuality but as a sign or token
    • significance: hence Napoleon — N'Apollo — is
    • be considered the most significant of any to be found in
    • humility fills us and our own insignificance becomes
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    • important and significant things at the base of the
    • significant element in the works of man.
    • religion lost its significance with the Mystery of Golgotha. It
    • lad lost its significance because the time had come in the
    • deep significance, that in the Christian tradition we are told
    • significance which lays in the word.
    • Cosmic ether, signifies for the Ahrimanic beings a terrific
  • Title: Man and Cosmos
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    • great and often a far greater significance for man's total life
    • perception, and for that you can make signs, or talk, or write.
    • condition special metals in the earth, he can make other signs.
    • unconsciously but also to make unconscious signs for their
    • unconsciously makes signs.
    • be expressed, like thought, in words, but only in signs as I
  • Title: Mystery Trinity: Part 1, Lecture 1
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    • has died, after this or that significant deed, perhaps, or after
    • Specially chosen living dead were designated as guardians of the
    • today. We can only evaluate its significance for the living if we
  • Title: Mystery Trinity: Part 2, Lecture I
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    • the tiny, insignificant processes that go on in the retina when we
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    • the German equivalent of the exclamation ah!). Ach signifies:
    • death and a new birth we pass through the sun while it is in the sign
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    • of human beings have undergone a very significant
    • fulfilled; signs in the heavens will proclaim his coming. Then we
    • natural scientific knowledge points significantly to the future. What
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    • significance of a deeper spiritual knowledge of our
    • initiation knowledge can look closely at the significance of the
    • should increasingly feel and sense the significance of what occurs
    • finely dispersed state they have an extraordinarily significant
    • The pictures in dreams do have a certain significance; but the
    • waking condition the significance of sleep is enormous. In this
    • earth. It makes a very big difference whether the zodiacal signs are
    • do we realize the full significance of Christ for the earth life of
    • What we experience in this sphere is nothing less significant than
    • insignificant encounter, insignificant relationship — or even
    • spiritual significance of Christ. You see, modern initiation science
    • will still have significance for us when humanity itself will
    • misunderstand the great significance, spoken from the merely earthly
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    • question of the significance of materialistic thinking and of
    • indicates significant conditions of the etheric and astral
    • the pupil who was led forward to this significant image was
  • Title: Illusory Illness: Lecture II: The Feverish Pursuit of Health
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    • health something of the highest significance for its pursuit.
    • people. He gives signs of a different inner working of
    • for health's sake, then the striving has no significance. If we
  • Title: Esoteric Studies: Lecture I: Cosmic Aspect of Life Between Death and New Birth
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    • of his being; may be designated as the orbit which, in
    • designates as the spirits of illness and death. An individual
    • Ahriman, and which we may designate as the powers of hindrance
    • next sphere to which the soul expands is designated in
    • that which we designate in the right, the true sense, as
    • a significance for the next incarnation. The soul who passed
    • against materialism, we have as the last and most significant
    • This has been established in significant perspectives in the
    • germ unites something immeasurably great and significant,
    • truly, one might say, an inspiration, made this significant
    • This statement may seem significant to the occultist. For what
    • the most significant forces of our soul. No wonder! We are,
  • Title: Esoteric Studies: Lecture II: Establishment of Mutual Relations Between the Living and the So-called Dead
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    • significant: what is touched upon here can become of practical
    • common knowledge, is going to be of great significance.
    • become complicated. It really was a significant word of
    • of hereditary traits would show signs of old age much earlier
    • and sacred duty, as something very serious and significant. And
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    • important and significant period of the year, also in an
    • in it. Thus for instance, it was significant to me that
    • This is an occult fact, which to occultism signifies
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture I: The Human Soul in the Supersensible Realm and Its Relationship to the Body
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    • control the area which is assigned to them. However, one must
    • significant that you have the soul first as it were as an
    • significant philosopher of the present, Franz Brentano
    • is satisfied, but this has its deep practical significance.
    • realising already that it is also significant to check for
    • Hertwig wrote a significant book in the last time: The
    • significance of life. They rather deceive themselves than that
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture II: Anthroposophy Does not Disturb Any Religious Confession
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    • the spiritual world is designed in such a way that the human
    • evolution that is significant for the whole universe. It still
    • feel the signs of time. Then they even demand that another way
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture III: What Spiritual Science Has to Say About the Eternal Aspect of the Human Soul and the Nature of Freedom
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    • assigned to it. This scientific imagination has the peculiarity
    • a very significant spiritual experience does not always
    • concepts that are for our tragic present of so big significance
    • human being is assigned to the whole physical human being, his
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture IV: The Science of the Supersensible and the Moral-Social Ideas
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    • typical fact in the first talk that one of the most significant
    • is just something exceptionally significant, considered
    • their significance only in such a way as one often does today,
    • the big, significant role that the scientific development has
    • Somebody may mock; he may close his eyes to the big signs of
    • do not need to point to less significant personalities if we
    • Those who are the significant official bearers of the cultural
    • in the state-social design of a community can obtain a picture
    • social design of any community can only arise from the
    • there, but this is why it concerns understanding the signs of
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture V: The Activities of the Human Soul Forces and Their Connection with Man's Eternal Being
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    • mediumship is much less significant to the human being than
    • Then you know what these two to three days signify in the inner
    • significance of the spiritual-scientific results. While I
    • significant experience. The soul is snatched as it were from
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture VI: Spiritual-Scientific Results about the Ideas of Immortality and the Social Life
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    • as four or five years ago. Just the signs of the times could
    • follow from that what today the signs of the times teach. This
    • Study the very significant book about psychology by Theodor
    • something significant in his field if he takes these concepts
    • historian Gibbon so significant describing the first Christian
    • significant growth and becoming which the Christian impulses
    • has just to recognise that from the signs of the times in an
    • clever person how the whole world should be designed. One knows
    • partner. Designing utopias means to grasp that what should live
    • wait for that. However, the signs of the times speak so
    • the influence of the signs of times. It matters that the human
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture VII: The Nature of the Human Soul and the Nature of the Human Body
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    • and to start from some of its most significant results for the
    • plays a quite significant role. We live in time. We all look
    • experience hunger and thirst. You get to the most significant
    • else is much more significant. One would have to say to
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture VIII: How Natural Sciences Justify the Supersensible Knowledge
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    • love. This is the significant discovery, which one does on such
    • This is the first significant experience that the spiritual
    • insignificant. I had to observe at myself during the school
    • This is generally a significant phenomenon in the present
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture IX: How Does One Justify the Anthroposophical Psychology?
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    • is significant that another consciousness can develop from the
    • consciousness, which are not designed to become memories in the
    • have a soul life that is not designed to oblivion but to
  • Title: Freedom/Immortality/Social: Lecture X: Moral, Social Life and Religion from the Viewpoint of Anthroposophy
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    • Indeed, such a quotation is of particular significance. Indeed,
    • mental pictures, they will have another significance in the
    • assigned to the human being in the usual life to become
    • which one manages just the most significant investigations of
    • significant.
    • assigns to him, and he also provides his time to the human
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    • insignificant. No doubt there is a striving to have humanity
    • with the ritual. Contributing most significantly to this is the
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    • Anthroposophical Movement. There have already been signs of
    • has to say is quite insignificant. Otherwise we have to regard
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    • like that, he is applying a word which he designates to
    • my mother tongue, they designate an infinite pride in me. When
    • what comes out of the deepest depths within. When we designate
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    • brought You into manifestation for humanity which you assigned
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    • significance, it is no less true that all that goes on with our own
    • waking is of great significance in its after-effects during waking
    • owe to sleep something that has untold significance for our deep
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