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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • world and the spirit world. Later on, I plan to speak about the main
    • eliminated, the soul will begin to speak of its own accord. This will
    • case is he truly appointed to speak about the truths of mysticism, the
    • is the moment when his soul begins to speak, when his own inner being
    • Before the voice can speak in the presence of the Masters it
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • here about the social question, today we want to speak from a great
    • Spiritual Science should speak about this question in the same way as
    • not really speak of the women's question in general at all, because
    • are speaking of things which must follow from the very nature of
    • were, I would still ask you: who is in the position today to speak in
    • science in its speculations already speaks a little of that which
    • the faith based on the testimony of the Initiates who speak from
    • spiritual-scientific sense, we speak of a second body of man's being.
    • designated by St. Paul as the spiritual body. We speak of the
    • sensation (Empfindung) of pleasure or pain, for one cannot speak of
    • external. One can only speak of sensations when the outer stimulus is
    • This domain of present-day physiology, which speaks of a body of
    • speaks of the third body of the human being, the astral body. Man has
    • purely human. Theosophy does not speak of the genesis and development
    • Goethe speaking from the depths of soul, once said, ‘The
    • speak of the Eternal-masculine in the feminine nature. Then true
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • Steiner speaks in this pamphlet. He makes no special claim for
    • understood me correctly if you realize that I am not speaking for
    • only need allude to this generally familiar fact, that speaking
    • that I am not speaking to mystics nor to anthroposophists who are
    • having to make too much of an effort. Yet, speaking from the
    • I am speaking here of human nature in general,
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • mean to speak truly of his inner life, his life of soul, we shall not
    • asleep to what is then and there happening and we can rightly speak of
    • speak words of consolation to him. The Christ will become a living
    • appear 3,000 years after our present era and will speak of the Christ
    • Buddha himself, as transformed Bodhisattva, speaking in powerful words
    • proclaim the great secrets of existence. He will speak in a language
    • Question: How are the words used by St. Paul, “to speak
    • is the phenomenon of speaking present in the waking state, but that
    • this speaking. This is the phenomenon to which St. Paul refers. Goethe
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • diligence can work wonders. Let me speak in detail, for example, of
    • what speaks for one course as opposed to another, you were out of
    • is another way. We can observe from day to day how he acts and speaks
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • have often taken when speaking of things of the spirit. As a rule, it
    • is difficult to speak of such a unique and deeply significant subject
    • for a certain way of speaking, because the investigator acquires his
    • Now, as a rule, I am disinclined to speak of personal matters, but in the
    • following case I can speak of something objective. The title of my book
    • our eyes, so to speak. Had we no eyes, the world would be colorless
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • world of the physical plane. We cannot speak to a newborn infant about
    • Atlantean man was actually the first to learn to speak, and the
    • Akashic Records show how that came about. Learning to speak is the
    • speak. Learning to speak depends altogether on a kind of imitation,
    • thereby he became able to speak a language, to live his earth life on
    • not in reality speak. Speech through gestures is not the speech of
    • speaking being.
    • inhabited regions. A child learns to speak, but he could never do so
    • if we remember, when we see a child beginning to speak and gradually
    • to stand upright in the Lemurian epoch, and to become a speaking being
    • when he has learnt to speak, and when with learning to think, he has
    • into the power of walking upright, and into speaking and thinking;
    • in addition to the walking and standing upright, the speaking and
    • understand the Christ when He speaks to us through the Gospels. But we
    • Himself is present in the power of Memory. He will be able to speak
    • speak because he has united himself with the Christ-Impulse. Looking
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • speak to you tonight in your native language. But friends who have
    • this week have assured me that it would be all right to speak to you
    • evening's talk; I am to speak on the relationship of spiritual science
    • view from which I shall be speaking.
    • This evening I have only a short hour to speak, so I'll just be able
    • urge to acknowledge the existence of something spiritual; they speak of a
    • be presented concretely and in detail. It is acceptable today to speak of
    • today to speak of concrete details and facts encountered upon entering
    • speaks of reincarnation. Spiritual science certainly does not draw
    • deepened by experience, led him to speak about reincarnation. At the
    • for instance, how he prized the mysteries and how he speaks of their
    • present before then? When we speak of Christ's entering into Jesus,
    • made; they are not speaking truly objectively, but out of strong
    • to every human soul, since the Christ of Whom it speaks can be found
    • Christianity who could not be won by speaking to them like a prophet
    • Spiritual science lives in this conviction. It speaks out of this
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • Tolstoy or those leading writers who are constantly speaking of
    • development. Michael had become, so to speak, the leading spirit who
    • There will be a time when people will speak about the present events
    • with each other. We, on the other hand, speak of a people's spiritual
    • to us when their ether bodies speak. One's glance at the spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • treasure of which we speak. We could, of course, proceed in this way.
    • the fact that we can speak quite differently among ourselves, knowing
    • that we are speaking to souls consciously associated with us —
    • understand him. I propose to speak from our more intimate standpoint
    • accept all that the Christ unceasingly promises us. For He speaks not
    • only through the Gospels; He also speaks within our souls. That is
    • community of our groups. It is not our way to look for what speaks in
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • Generally speaking, we
    • they were speaking of some ancient memory, that their ancestors used to
    • science imagines! But the people who speak in this way are fools; let us
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • This answer is perfectly correct, generally speaking. Accordingly it
    • us, so to speak. They are present in the soul as soon as the individual has
    • future. Anyone today speaking about these consequences may appear to be
    • science. I am going to speak about a simple son of the soil caught in the
    • speak of human life. It may be said that natural science has in a sense
    • about which I am going to speak. According to that concept the earth and
    • yet possible to speak of Spiritual Science, or Anthroposophy, as we can
    • Let us begin by speaking of an event which establishes a certain connection
    • beings, etheric beings, growing downward, so to speak, out of the entire
    • physical plants attain fullness of growth, we see, so to speak, just as many
    • animal, e.g. upright posture, ability to speak etc.? The solution of this
    • these ether plants the earliest forerunners, so to speak, of spiritual beings
    • considerations, and to allow facts as they develop to speak for themselves.
    • Therefore I should like here to speak about a point which the historical
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • speak to-day, we in the fifth Post-Atlantean period of civilisation this
    • speak of these things. Alas, many signs have shown how little real
    • In speaking of these matters, we cannot always avoid the appearance of
    • Two mysteries (as I said, we can speak of these things only within
    • After all, in speaking of the railway system it will occur to no-one to
    • something of which I said just now that one can speak of it only with deep
    • upon one to-day, if one is speaking in all earnestness and does not
    • uncomfortable to speak of actualities to-day. Many people find the
    • very opposite convenient and pleasant. In any case, one speaks of
    • another man who speaks to them as they listen to him nowadays. They
    • ruts, and that is what makes it so very difficult to speak of such
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • The times themselves speak clearly enough, demanding that we should
    • Spiritual Science. Not only do outward circumstances speak clearly,
    • the evolution of humanity and which so proudly speaks of thought —
    • only be thought of as mere unconscious instincts since when we speak
    • call social impulses, fundamentally speaking are only present in
    • itself by, an inclination to sleep. That of which I speak goes on
    • years. Then we can directly, so to speak, go to the facts themselves.
    • the English-speaking people of today. They are organized for the
    • inherited faculties. Because the English-speaking peoples have been
    • the English-speaking peoples, the people of the east, out of their
    • speak English by nature (single cases may be different) — a
    • as a consciousness soul individual is the task of the English-speaking
    • Consciousness Soul give the English-speaking peoples a special genius
    • English-speaking peoples. This is necessary because the culture of the
    • that the English-speaking people have to say about the nature of
    • one-sided. The English-speaking peoples are those who, when not guided
    • In certain occult circles of the English-speaking people who were
    • exception of those speaking English, had not stopped up their ears and
    • do what we have been speaking about today, to consciously and freely
    • of speaking together about the more intimate aspects of Spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • it necessary to speak at the present time of the threefold social
    • order in civilised humanity. Fundamentally speaking, the tendency
    • of this epoch. In speaking of such matters one must keep bluntly to
    • of mankind, he would have believed that he too could speak about the
    • speak of Goethe's spirit. It is thoroughly characteristic that the
    • pointed gropingly to the spirit. But speaking quite objectively, it
    • where it could unfold only in shackles. I am speaking here only of
    • himself from the economic field. To speak trivially, the stomach sees
    • measles’, in a manner of speaking. In the old Imperium Romanum a
    • Fundamentally speaking, this gave a definite stamp to the whole
    • I am speaking here of something profoundly characteristic. In their
    • substance was Greek in tenor and content. To speak truly of the spirit
    • and the bodies on the earth below. Speaking concretely: souls who were
    • when anyone speaks concretely about the spirit they simply cannot take
    • broadly speaking, science is pretty strongly convinced that it is so. In
    • is paradoxical to speak as I am speaking now — he does not know how what
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • which is for the elect” — and the speaker usually includes himself
    • When people speak of material existence and super-sensible existence,
    • they usually speak of them as though material existence were spread out
    • include the whole of the imperceptible or spiritual realm, we must speak of
    • things have to be spoken about today. You cannot speak about these
    • satisfying principles, but you can only speak about them by pointing to
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • speak of the warmth condition of the body, but in reality they regard
    • delicately organized. As soon, however, as we begin to speak of the
    • solid organism, we realize immediately that we cannot speak of this
    • fluid organism in earthly man without speaking of the etheric body
    • astral body by the air organism during waking life. We can speak in a
    • can certainly speak of a kind of lower knowledge as being present in
    • speak of having only the ordinary waking consciousness any more than
    • we should speak of having only the familiar solid organism. We must
    • speak to the effect that the solid organism is something that exists
    • But fundamentally speaking, the externalized thinking of today takes
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • speak, still dark light, in the sense that the seed of a plant is not
    • air, speaks of tones just as he would speak of a man as having nothing
    • of the universe cannot speak, as so many speak today, of the
    • does by speaking of the law of the conservation of matter and energy.
    • or of the fixed stars, they were speaking of spiritual beings.
    • there is nothing physical here. Where ordinary astronomy speaks of the
    • rage most violently of all when we speak of the Christ Mystery in
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • fundamentally speaking, everything we accomplish between birth and
    • elaborate these thoughts. — Fundamentally speaking, therefore, in
    • definite impulse of will when we sneeze! When we speak, we are doing
    • speaking, deliberate intent and absence of intent, volition and
    • absence of volition, intermingle. You have to learn to speak,
    • life; speaking is largely connected with organic life; walking really
    • traditions speak of Semblance.
    • love. Here our consciousness is, so to speak, held at bay, it
    • dies away, new matter comes into being, that people speak of the
    • speak of the imperishability of matter, annul freedom on the one side
    • humanity — of this we will speak on some other occasion.
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • luciferic; theology is luciferic. Of course if we are speaking of the inner
    • This is the mystery of modern humanity: Fundamentally speaking, Mary-Isis
    • to find words that could speak deeply into the heart of each one of you on
    • wished to speak to you. Be assured that they are intended as a warm
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • on, but it is merely mathematical and mechanical. It only speaks of
    • even spoke with the individual planets, as we to-day speak merely from
    • secrets of the universe speak to the innermost being of the poor
    • found especially mature and ready? Kant speaks of mathematics as being
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • Plutarch is speaking of Aristarchus of Samos, and he describes the way
    • When he thought about the world, he felt himself, so to speak, “grown
    • speaking, sense-perception. Red, blue, G, C sharp — these are for us
    • we have to-day when we speak of “freedom” was not there for
    • did, fundamentally speaking, was to reduce to calculation the results
    • is, so to speak, incidental. He sees himself hurled through universal
    • Nature. You have frequently heard me speak of the successive stages of
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • asleep. Strictly speaking, the inner will is not revealed to us;
    • lawful to speak, for sinful is the mouth that speaks of it, and sinful
    • sleep. When the Persians woke from sleep — I am speaking of course of
    • fundamentally speaking, the sun was no longer regarded as anything but
    • mouth that speaks of it and sinful the ear that hears of it.
    • that speak with the tones of the spiritual world — not conferences
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • he speaks as follows concerning the character of this privately printed
    • relates to the cosmos. In short, what would be expressed by speaking
    • poured out over the matter-of-factness of life. In speaking today, Man
    • speak, something takes place in the upper part of his being, as a
    • do with formative activity.) Thus when we speak, we bring to
    • vowel there is the H. You can trace it in speaking — AH, IH, EH. H is
    • speaking, Man felt himself within the cosmos. When the child learned
    • to speak it was felt how what was experienced in the divine spiritual
    • indefinite words. If we want to speak in a real language, which can be
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • that I want to speak today.
    • ray out, in a manner of speaking, previously they were more star-like;
    • heart, so to speak — is drawn together by the forces of the physical
    • are situated (to speak approximately) above the diaphragm. Marvelous
    • child learns to speak and develops ideas which are retained in memory.
    • learned to speak and think and since its own configuration was
    • This process, as I said, begins when the child learns to speak
    • structure — wherein the heart is floating, so to speak
    • speaking, begins only at the moment when the astral heart takes hold
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • does not know what this implies. We speak of Truth, little realizing
    • things of which I have been speaking — and which were actual
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • earthly life. And this is what I would like to speak about today.
    • from below upward (speaking schematically), pours itself into the
    • You see, one cannot speak
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • Since I was asked to speak about the therapeutic principles which have
    • speak, into everything. That is absolutely not the case; but as the
    • Fundamentally speaking, we are already confronting today a kind of
    • It is not a matter of speaking in vague generalities: well, yes the healthy
    • years ago. I was only able to speak about it a few years ago after
    • organism. Spatially speaking the human being is entirely metabolic-limb
    • have a natural process, so to speak, but you can see immediately how that
    • metabolic system, but breaks through, so to speak, upwards into the
    • to speak, the nerve-sense organization, which is primarily subject to the
    • Because of the brief time available I can only speak about these matters
    • naturally speak about these matters in greater detail. I will mention only
    • demand arising from the condition of the times. It was so-to-speak
    • speak about bringing health to make people sick in this way. Therefore I
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • waking life he lives in this bodily nature, so to speak, as a
    • together. Only when things are seen in this way can one speak truly
    • speech. For we could never speak by virtue of physical forces alone.
    • should we be able to speak through these organs if they were not
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • Elijah refer to the same person. In non-English speaking
    • countries refer to Elias, and English speaking countries refer to
    • It has not been possible for me to speak to you on the last two days. But
    • into all our hearts, I did not want to let pass without speaking to you at
    • And so, shortly before his death, Hermann Grimm began to speak once
    • the being of whom I have been speaking to you today — all those with whom
    • rise up and speak to you, if only in these few short words. My strength is
    • not sufficient for more today. May the words so speak to your soul that you
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • he speaks as follows concerning the character of this privately printed
    • When we speak of the
    • — if one can speak of a heart in Ahriman's case, but this is a
    • speaking together while they are still battling with their doubts:
    • gods who could not speak of death. If we had remained with these
    • The gods found a new way of speaking to us. This way went through the
    • earnestness and responsibility. When speaking of such things, one
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • into the Kingdom of Darkness. Thereby a leaven, so to speak, came into
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • Weekly News for English-speaking Members of the Anthroposophical Society
    • We must attain the faculty to speak of the realms of Life and Soul,
    • are able to speak of the “circle” independently of the
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • do no single thing, he cannot, if I may speak pictorially, move a
    • speaking, without awakening pleasure or pain in our environment. The
    • of the spiritual world, and we will now speak of the intercourse that
    • to remember this, and it must be emphasised when we are speaking of
    • occult fact. We shall find that precisely when we are speaking about
    • world, when we speak with a human being from physical body to physical
    • body, we ourselves are speaking, When we speak, we know that the words
    • come from us; when the other man speaks to us, we know that the words
    • come from him. The whole relationship is reversed when we are speaking
    • with a dead man. The expression ‘when we are speaking’ can
    • unconscious region of the soul we are speaking continually with the
    • moment of waking the dead speak with us, give us the answers. But we
    • him, and then turn this into a desire to speak to him, to say
    • sleep, it would seem to us as though the dead himself were speaking
    • veritable inner life. The dead speak to us in our inner being but we
    • Many a man may say, speaking purely on the physical plane, that
    • think and speak about it comes from the spiritual world itself.
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • as old as I am. The discovery I am speaking of is the following.
    • from speaking.
    • interesting connection: Human beings can speak because they have a
    • speak. As the infant gradually learns to speak, more and more small
    • speak or in a fully grown adult are artfully structured.
    • speak. And we should not think about this any differently than we
    • children learn to speak, they move their body. In particular, they
    • how children initially learn to speak. They learn to speak only
    • through imitation. They learn to speak, to move their lips, by
    • the ability to speak, it became possible to know that the formation
    • in the world around us? Well, you see, whenever we speak we are also
    • brain, it can only cry. Children begin to speak when not only blood
    • speak, that is, by developing the left cerebral convolution. But,
    • that we are able to speak.
    • gestures while speaking, such as Ah! (corresponding gesture);
    • speaking are experienced by the left side of the brain.
    • they began learning to speak. However, if I now force the left-handed
    • development that learning to speak has produced in their right
    • pedagogically speaking, you would achieve the very opposite of what
    • understanding of what occurs in the brain when we speak, we can get
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  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • are regarded as lower. At the present day it is impossible to speak
    • could not be disseminated as it can be today. Aristotle could speak
    • their perception of the truth, one has to speak more in generalities
    • thinking. What is the use of speaking of freedom where this necessity
    • to pursue teleology in a futile sense. We will therefore not speak of
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • spirituality has not been here. It does not speak directly to
    • present-day men and can really speak only through the medium of
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • relatively speaking, self-dependent. We have within the human being
    • roughly speaking, the breast system — is connected with the
    • the system and organisation of the limbs. Relatively speaking, these
    • periods of about seven years in length. Roughly speaking, the first is
    • — when its elasticity is, so to speak, used up — it swings
    • There in our head we emerge, so to speak, above the surface of the
    • that we do not speak there merely of eclipses of the sun or eclipses
    • of the moon or of explosions or eruptions in the cosmos, but we speak
    • spiritual science has entered the field and speaks of the Christ Event
    • It must be said that even theologians today often speak of the Christ
    • just as they may speak of any other divine Being. They speak of Him
    • very much as the Hebrews of old or the Jews today speak of their
    • heads, so to speak. Indeed, an entirely new kind of world-picture is
    • speak of the spirit, they always have more or less a desire to keep
    • that, when a present-day chemist speaks of mercury or quicksilver, he
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • above the heart — speaking very roughly, for it would be
    • and with the faculty of speaking.
    • In speaking of the Saturn influences, I said that it is a question of
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • inner ear, of the configuration of which I shall not speak in detail.
    • breathe in to fill ourselves with life. Then in a manner of speaking
    • Not until we are here on Earth do we learn to speak. Yet this, in a
    • pre-earthly life. And when we learn to speak and sing, it is a second
    • have seen, our bodily faculties: Walking, Speaking, Singing and
    • Walking, Speaking, Singing, Thinking: we have the transformations of
    • different. When you speak of the ‘look’ of a man, you mean
    • speak of the Spiritual in the light, I too mean what lies
    • lie towards and within the mouth itself, we learn to speak and sing.
    • speak the word Tree. In your ear, in organs formed and modelled after
    • with your etheric body — speak the word Tree very quietly to
    • of Feeling and into the man of Will. Anthroposophical science speaks
    • that alone as science which speaks only to the head; but speaking only
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • educated, there should be no need whatsoever to speak about love of
    • beginning to talk like more than a man. Why, the whole world speaks
    • impart this to other young people, then the world speaks out of
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • IN a series of lectures I have been speaking about occult
    • subject next time. A week from now I shall speak about the meaning of the
    • it bluntly, it is quite unjustifiable to speak in public in the style of
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • this destiny — and I speak now from another point of view
    • objective fact is wholly independent of belief. I will speak of
    • have passed into it. When we speak of Christ we are speaking of
    • narrates something that is a reality, speaking of a man who
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • To speak of the human being as consisting of physical body, etheric
    • speaks. It speaks indeed a silent language, but one that can be
    • perceived as belonging to the interior of man. It speaks indeed
    • — as all things through the Logos speak to us — in an
    • inwardly, from evening to morning, in the resounding, speaking,
    • individualised Logos. And this resounding, speaking, individualised
    • streaming, flowing, resounding, speaking activity, and form the human
    • speaks into the human physical body as the individual human etheric
    • everything. Men must understand this again, in order not to speak of
    • better) of Spirit in general — in order to learn to speak about
    • Once, in the old Mysteries, they knew how to speak about the Beings of
    • how they speak out their own essence. For each particular Being a full
    • And at last men lost the power even to speak about the Monads —
    • its inner activity, when man in waking life moves, speaks, feels, and
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • yet man had been unable to receive. The Gnosis, then, speaks of this
    • the spiritual life of the present day. When one speaks of a
    • Since we are speaking of such recent occurrences, it is only
    • Christian soil, these biblical documents simply do not speak of the
    • forced to the conclusion that the documents do not speak of a man
    • significance when one speaks of a God at the starting-point of
    • is that the biblical documents are speaking of a God — whom,
    • historical science is that it speaks of ‘historical ideas,’
    • were, so to speak, the ritual of Initiation. When we compare such
    • Ego; for through my own Ego God speaks to me. In
    • my ordinary consciousness He speaks to me when I rightly understand
    • Temples. But above all the God speaks to me when I have made of my
    • The entrance of Divine consciousness that speaks through
    • speak to man through the Ego kernel, just as it had spoken to
    • consciousness that the Divine-Spiritual speaks to the soul-sheaths
    • even when the Godhead speaks of Himself, as “Ejeh asher ejeh”
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • speaking of Richard Wagner, I certainly do not mean to imply
    • impulse of which we shall speak lived in Richard Wagner in the form of
    • definite ideas. Whether or not one is justified in speaking of it, is
    • anyone deny him the right to speak about the plant from this aspect
    • the sun. And when people speak of obscure feelings and premonitions
    • And now let us speak of what is really the fundamental conviction of
    • element of life. He speaks in a wonderful way about symphonic music.
    • are talking about, speak of music. The ‘Music of the Spheres’
    • speak openly of this world. We are reminded here of certain words of
    • in the physical world they work upon each other when they speak
    • say, science is already beginning to speak of old Atlantis. An article
    • is able to speak with greater clarity of what natural science is only
    • between one people and another. Learned professors speak of the
    • lands. Spiritual Science speaks of advanced individualities and again
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    • Philosophy, and the passage where he speaks of the place assigned by
    • sense in which we speak of Nature to-day. In their schools they spoke
    • We can form some idea of how such men were wont to speak, if we study
    • To them, Christ is Christ indeed, whereas the Romans speak merely of
    • wished to-day to speak of one chapter of history and from an
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    • be discussed to-day. We must speak of the fact that the human being
    • soul-spiritual life before birth. We must speak of the fact that
    • revelations of the god within him, and we must speak of the fact that
    • exists in the human soul. People speak of “God”, they speak
    • whether the religions of to-day speak of God, of Christ, or of
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    • comparison to the various animal species we can speak of an
    • could not as yet speak of etheric bodies; indeed, he was far from
    • kind of material as clever thoughts). Coarsely speaking, the Angeloi,
    • would now have to speak to you of the astral body in connection with
    • clever set and believe, above all, that the person who speaks in a
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • foreshadowed, mysteriously, in the past. And as I am speaking of
    • can hardly do otherwise than speak of the riddle itself in rather
    • have to speak of something that certainly existed — and yet had
    • explanation of Solomon's Temple upon it would be speaking quite
    • Art of Building which shall be able to speak with all clarity to the
    • man? Only when man speaks, when his inner life of soul pours
    • composed. I am, of course, speaking here of the art of epic poetry,
    • day has come and Diocletian is able to speak. This is the story of
    • when it is speaking of the living human being. It begins to be a
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    • Then there were the regions of which Plato speaks so
    • man.” And they began to speak of the Being who was afterwards
    • of Golgotha it was one of the main contents of their speech, to speak
    • expressed in the words I am now speaking — such was the meaning
    • to Life again. We feel the living and healing Spirit speaking to us
    • Nature, from all existence in the Cosmos, the living Spirit speaks to
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    • difference it makes to man whether the words he speaks are formed in
    • assumes a materialistic character, or whether in his speaking he
    • that the words that ring in his speaking, coming as they do from the
    • allows idealism to disappear altogether from his speaking, then he
    • the Archangels. I am reminding you of this, because I want to speak
    • that the words he speaks are nearly all of them signs for things that
    • days designated the plough. When anyone was listening to or speaking
    • to the hierarchy of the Archangels. When man speaks — when,
    • schools. Generally speaking, however, it is possible to trace a
    • of thought. Man begins to speak more out of thoughts; language
    • passage through Death. You have often heard me speak of this.
    • still higher realm. Therefore have I always had to speak to you of
    • And so, if we are speaking of the Hierarchies as described in
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    • a veil. And in the case of which we are speaking, a decadent culture
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    • One thing it is important to perceive. St. Paul did not speak in vain
    • If we would speak of ‘Monism’ on any basis of reality, we
    • should chiefly speak of the Monism which I have just described —
    • physical world whereas in the spiritual world, so to speak, he always
    • system. Even astronomically speaking, they were right, for the other
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    • begotten a son by Rhea in an irregular way. Thus the Greeks speak of
    • but inasmuch as they spoke of their Gods, they did not really speak
    • speaking — it is the excrement of that which was understood
    • Martin still speaks of how thunder and lightning are really
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    • ancient peoples — and we could speak of others besides the
    • known to those ancient peoples of the ages of which one must speak
    • further evolution (of which I will speak later). As this connection
    • outer air (see sketch) — if I speak for the one sex —
    • fact if one speaks today of the sexual-essences one speaks of what is
    • different from what one would speak of in ancient times.
    • speak of ‘nations’, when one pictured ‘Nations’
    • where I speak of the nominalism and realism of the Middle Ages. Abstraction
    • We will speak of this
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    • speak in common have formed the individually sounding languages,
    • scientific profundity’ — speak of principally when it
    • speaks of man? Of what does even a great part of modern fiction
    • speak? It speaks of the physical origin of man in connection with
    • speaking as we have spoken here today! There are a fair number of
    • be added when one speaks of heredity. If man points to his childhood,
    • having-been-young. If one looks to one's childhood one speaks of what
    • getting-older one can speak of the other pole; as of the Gate of
    • Birth, so one can speak of the Gate of Death. There arises the one
    • I will speak next of
    • you more riddles than solutions. We will, however, speak of them
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    • if one speaks of a certain connection of man with concrete
    • corresponds in man to the thorax. So that, speaking macrocosmically
    • shall be speaking of this immediately.
    • between birth and death — we will speak next time of the other
    • speak, the becoming older of man, the going-towards-death, just as
    • purely of passages from Goethe in which he speaks of the Fraunhofer
    • body. Of this then we will speak next time in all detail.
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    • It is our aim in these lectures to speak of important questions of
    • speak, our physical nature hands over nothing more, and through our
    • someone who speaks enthusiastically in this way of the French
    • speaks of Napoleon. He says: ‘One should not forget that
    • of course speaking of the science, the political life of his time,
    • to whom he could speak at that time as young men, there lay the power
    • body, the ego — if we only speak of these four. But even if we
    • ‘Unconscious’. We came to speak of two men who were
    • am not speaking of such things. But after he had grown so old, in his
    • must be something to all men, that can speak to all men. But this is
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    • could speak much more exactly, but if one disregards all the rest,
    • acquainted with the speech which the human souls speak who have gone
    • the children, to keep the soul full of life. We still have to speak
    • of which spiritual science must speak again as the power of
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    • speaking lightly — that everyone has his own head. Man
    • repelled by the chapter where I speak of the human aura and how man's
    • mentioned on earlier occasions. It is not the aura of which we speak;
    • When we speak of
    • will speak of this presently — but it is so in our time. Now
    • heart-life. What people generally speak of is the life of instincts
    • curious way. And this correspondent of whom I speak — you can
    • appreciation for our Lenins and Trotskys’. (He is speaking of
    • important things, we shall speak now principally of the period of
    • the Egypto-Chaldean. We will now speak of one which is more distant;
    • speaking.
    • — so to speak — quite wonderful. I have already
    • that this is shown. But you see, there are many men who speak from
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    • anthroposophical studies; but today it is our intention to speak of
    • cannot simply speak sweepingly of dissolution of the etheric and the
    • however, speak of the destruction of the astral body; on the
    • itself, so to speak, into the spirit-soul part of the universe with
    • returns again; this astral body, so to speak, now meets the ego.
    • Figuratively speaking, it approaches in the form of a hollow sphere,
    • radiates from within, so to speak, against what radiates inward from
    • chooses our head, so to speak, as its chief organ, our head which has
    • skin-sense organization is, so to speak, only an appendage of the
    • to speak, his former earth life; this past earth life became a
    • underlies our inner being, we no longer speak in the Kantian fashion,
    • have been speaking to you here, my dear friends, about the laws
    • peoples — speaking in terms of outer history. I refer to that
    • special manner. These then were souls who, so to speak, absorbed
    • repeated earth lives; they speak of the “transmigration of the
    • indeed, intend to speak disparagingly. For in speaking of repeated
    • sense we can speak of soul-transmigrations, for in fact the souls who
    • broadens the historical outlook, and speaks of the origin of souls,
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    • April, 1923) I want to speak in greater detail of how the
    • remembered in later life. When we speak of all that is experienced by
    • cannot walk, who has to acquire this faculty. The second is speaking,
    • being learns to walk, to speak and to think. The faculty of thinking
    • follows that of speaking; the faculty to grasp also in thought what
    • is expressed in words develops, gradually, out of speaking. It is
    • The second faculty, that of speaking, is also acquired by
    • and feet. It can be said with truth, that speaking is not unconnected
    • differentiation. It is well known that speaking is connected with the
    • the search for equilibrium. Then, out of speaking, thinking
    • connected with learning to speak. It is extraordinarily
    • during the time when, as a child, he is learning to speak; and it is
    • learning to speak for the first time, to observe the intensity with
    • being is learning to speak, and even later on, too, when he is using
    • If you can perceive how a human being speaks, how he forms his words,
    • child, or even a grown-up, is exerting himself to learn to speak a
    • unfold inner enthusiasm for ideals, they speak, in reality, of
    • in other words, man is unable in waking life to speak of his ideals
    • speaking about karma. The right attitude towards karma is to have an
    • astral body. If, as a materialist, I am speaking to a human being,
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    • friends at Weimar he speaks of the works of art which conjure up
    • younger days he had turned away. When he speaks in suitable language
    • speaking, of measure, number and weight. Students of Pythagorean
    • and word. When they were speaking it seemed to them that the idea
    • his thinking, but to him speaking was thinking. Thinking was
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    • Let me first of all express regret that I am unable to speak to you
    • speak more fully elsewhere during the next few days (Cp.: Paths to
    • may be found. Anthroposophical Spiritual Science cannot speak of the
    • am speaking of pictures of which a complete survey can be maintained.
    • speaking of the colourlessness, the ‘pale cast’ of
    • that those who speak of such boundaries do so with good reason, but
    • must not be afraid of having to endure them. I shall speak of this
    • Spiritual Science speaks. Yet anyone who pays attention merely to
    • consciously to do this. If I may speak rather paradoxically, we must
    • that is now permeated with will. He can speak of the super-sensible
    • ordinary science speaks of the material world. And because he
    • speak of ‘Inspired Knowledge’ because just as the air
    • anthroposophical Spiritual Science speaks of the astral body of
    • Many people take offence today when instead of speaking in
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    • speaking, its contents were obtained through super-sensible vision,
    • alludes to it whenever he speaks of his predecessors, but he can no
    • Essentially speaking,
    • the same way in which the universities were, generally speaking, the
    • of the senses offered to them. Fundamentally speaking, just about the
    • Generally speaking, the
    • Fundamentally speaking, materialism already existed; it had its
    • Fundamentally speaking,
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    • B or Mr. C, had to speak during this Haeckel celebration. I might say
    • had been the case, it would not be possible to speak of A, B and C in
    • world. Consequently, this colleague did not speak of Haeckel's
    • to say, by speaking of Haeckel's neck-ties and the complaints of
    • “Riddles of the World” are, fundamentally speaking,
    • speak of Kant, from the second half of the eighteenth century
    • onwards, we merely speak of a symptom which pertained to that whole
    • period; and in the same way we merely speak of a symptom, when we
    • super-sensible knowledge is, fundamentally speaking, not a relation
    • standpoint of the earth-being, and he speaks of the universe from the
    • speak of man's coalescence with his environment — where the
    • unsocial feelings in the human beings. Just as those who speak a
    • great amount of love do not speak much of love, so the people who
    • continually speak of social problems, as was the case in the last
    • science is always being reproved that it speaks so little of
    • God. Particularly those who always speak of God reprove the
    • anthroposophical spiritual science for speaking so little of God. But
    • I have often said: It seems to me that those who are always speaking
    • important than continually speaking of God. Perhaps, at first,
    • a science which merely speaks of other worlds, instead of the
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    • after having reached, so to speak, a normal age. We know that
    • the ordinary natural science of to-day always speaks of the fact that
    • physical body, is, comparatively speaking, old, and in the course of
    • its Karma. Trivially speaking, we might say: The child's Higher Self,
    • body. Now I do not mean to speak of the further path taken by the
    • speaking of normal conditions; when people are asleep during the
    • night and awake during the day, I am not speaking of the conditions
    • Thus we cannot speak of our etheric body merely as a misty form, but
    • we should rather speak of it as a microcosmic form reflecting
    • would lead us too far to speak of the peculiar Karma of a human soul
    • would be obliged to speak of many things were I to explain to you all
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    • in man, he was speaking of something absolutely real and concrete.
    • When man to-day speaks of himself, of his soul-nature, he gives voice
    • described. Nor did he speak in an abstract way of the ‘will’
    • of people when they speak of thinking, feeling and willing, consider
    • processes of which Jacob Boehme speaks in halting words, is a vision
    • of pre-earthly existence. That Jacob Boehme does not speak of
    • wisdom. They speak of an ancestor far back in time — an
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • Here we can speak of
    • of egoism came over the whole modern civilisation, I do not speak
    • trivially of what one generally defines as egoism, but I speak of
    • knowledge, and they speak on the one hand of the body, and on the
    • other of the soul. They speak of the spirit in a very phraseological
    • was considered as dangerous to speak of the spirit and to draw
    • we speak, we really experience the life of ancient epochs.
    • craving for the teachings that speak of a spiritual world and that
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    • which man is unwilling to speak to-day in the age of materialism are
    • To speak of any such matters to-day is possible only when men have
    • speaking the truth at all about certain things, because of national
    • because people everywhere speak out of one or other national
    • death, he speaks of the air becoming hard, granite-like.
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    • speak from one particular aspect on this impulse in the
    • Now in order not to speak merely theoretically but to make what I
    • that the matter be clearly understood I must also speak about these
    • this Movement for Religious Renewal into the world now speaks like
    • arise in regard to this Cult when I speak tomorrow of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • shown you that in every single case it can only speak of things from
    • gradually be acquired by speaking of things repeatedly and throwing
    • when I speak of man's inner being. Even this spatial interior is
    • our body. Spatially speaking, they are outside. Nevertheless,
    • formed our stomach, or everything that exists, spatially speaking,
    • point out that we really speak of ourselves in an entirely
    • the physical plane, it is natural to speak in that way; nevertheless
    • the way in which we speak of ourselves is quite wrong. We should
    • world. Trivially speaking, I might say that this world is merely
    • together with another human being, we spoke with him and in speaking
    • is nonsense to speak of an ancient clairvoyance, or that people had
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    • the consciousness-soul. Thus, if we speak in accordance with other
    • speaks in this manner, as explained just now. Modern man, who merely
    • in a very marked, and distinctly outlined way. And when we speak of
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    • part that we are considering today; I will speak of it therefore as the
    • saved on purpose to enable us to speak somewhat as follows: Behold, you
    • evidence of that time. For what I have read to you really speaks of nothing
    • word regarding science of any kind, except one who has taken a vow to speak
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    • scientific literature, for to speak of memory in the plant is
    • right way on the free part of the etheric body we have been speaking
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    • speak about the same theme in a very elementary way, of course, but
    • would like to speak today about the nature of illness from the point
    • into things in all manner of ways, like the way it is now speaking
    • bearer of the ego. I could speak to you for hours about the types of
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    • want to speak of other aspects that will not appear to be directly
    • know that before this we cannot speak of such a division of the sexes
    • in the human kingdom. I want to emphasise that we are not speaking of
    • you are sitting facing someone and speaking to him. We are referring
    • even imitates the movements of the vocal cords, and speaks with the
    • speaker. Everything you hear you also say with a gentle movement of
    • difference whether the speaker has a croaky voice and those are the
    • only in those times it was far richer. If we wanted to speak as they
    • cannot be understood otherwise. I will now speak of ordinary mineral
    • to speak of any plant medicaments but purely mineral ones, what is
    • Some time we shall have to speak of the effects of plant forces and
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    • this is only roughly speaking. A rough idea is sufficient for a
    • that we really have to speak of a kind of sinking down into a cosmic
    • etheric body, symbolically speaking, revolves on its own axis, and
    • have to speak in great detail if you are to understand it all. You
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    • course speaking figuratively, for they are not really rotations but
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    • beautiful words of Christ, when He was speaking of man's entry into
    • another. Strictly speaking all our strength was acquired by the
    • the son of Apollo, is so to speak the father of Greek physicians. And
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    • aspects as possible. Today we will make it our task to speak of
    • their way into the general organism. If we wanted to speak of the
    • were just making comparisons. Speaking of them in general it could
    • have a breathing process that is so to speak strictly governed from
    • vehicles of the ego, so to speak, but the ego can be very undeveloped
    • speaking this is what is really at the root of laughter. And this is
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    • below that still had no density to speak of. These bodies were too
    • For this belt of the earth and its inhabitants had so to speak solved
    • the mystery of the ego. Strictly speaking all evolution since
    • so to speak, and they became Red Indians. What would they have said
    • divine man to speak out of them, talking incessantly about the higher
    • need to learn at all! Just let the God within you speak! Today, when
    • speak; on the contrary they have given us quite specific impulses for
    • within us speak, or by imagining that each individual carries his own
    • speak modern, more spiritual versions of what we met with in
    • only wanted to let the divine speak in them, and their egos made them
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    • twenty-second year, which is the time when strictly speaking the
    • a certain respect we can speak of evolution and involution
    • the plant. In the plant we can speak of involution and evolution, but
    • in the case of man we have to speak of yet a third factor. If we were
    • not to speak of a third factor, we should not comprise the whole of
    • speaking, any kind of logic is something added to things from
    • about in it, but strictly speaking it will be an entirely new
    • on Vulcan, something not yet present on Saturn. Whoever speaks of
    • evolution and involution only, will speak of development as though
    • example given that we cannot speak of anything actually coming to an
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    • am very glad to be able to speak here again after a comparatively
    • seriousness when speaking of the spiritual worlds. This, after all,
    • Before entering into the main theme of these lectures I want to speak
    • exactly the opposite holds good. I am speaking always of the present
    • activity when the spirit is not speaking. And quite certainly no
    • I want now to speak of so-called spiritual healing. Here
    • the same way we are surrounded after death, figuratively speaking, by
    • Homer, thus indicating his spiritual seership. In speaking of the
    • speak of something else as well. There was a certain truth which I
    • particular aspect of it had not struck me before. I am speaking now
    • for instance. Homer speaks of the spiritual realm, a realm of the
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    • the language he uses he speaks of himself as if he were another
    • have some consciousness of himself and to speak of himself in the
    • I said, I have to use trivial words in speaking of these two thrones;
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    • example. When somebody speaks of telegraphing today he has the
    • known it would be possible for people to speak from one town to
    • is not, properly speaking, criticism at all.
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    • or less normal time. Objectively speaking, an afternoon nap is a
    • in appearance at all events; we cannot, however, speak of an actual
    • Speaking generally it can be said that the number of individuals who
    • experience. Plato speaks of it as ‘recollection’,
    • theories back again. He does not speak of the physical heavenly
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    • shall not be speaking today about the Christmas Festival as in
    • Rosenkreutz in the thirteenth century. Today I shall speak of a deed
    • made this possible. We will speak on another occasion in greater
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    • Ego which, basically speaking, passes through all the periods of
    • learning to walk, to speak and to think. There is a natural
    • ‘I’ or Ego which, basically speaking, passes through all
    • philosophers speak is another matter altogether. Anyone who insists
    • philosophers speak is refuted by the simple fact that during the
    • they are during sleep at night, to speak of the permanence of man’s
    • soul during that period would be meaningless. Fundamentally speaking,
    • not the ‘I’ of which the philosophers speak — is
    • the human being is not yet able to speak and has to learn how to do
    • so. Try to remember how you first learnt to speak, how you learnt to
    • walk, to speak and to think? The actor is the real, true ‘I’!
    • upright, to speak and to think. But he is not at once capable of
    • faculties of speaking and thinking are still undeveloped. When the
    • upright, walk, speak and think, he is an expression of the form
    • walking upright, speaking and thinking. It is impossible to conceive
    • vertical spine, and who can speak and think. Even a parrot is able to
    • or Ego which have enabled him to think, to speak and adopt the
    • learn to speak, to think and to walk upright. The Spirits who cast
    • in his earliest years of speaking and thinking in the real sense, are
    • to speak and to think! All this is beyond his power because he is
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    • have been nonsense to speak of public opinion as we do today. A great
    • speak about the influence of public opinion upon the life of an
    • centuries and one can speak of its actual beginning. Such things must
    • first place he wanted to speak to a wider circle of people and,
    • later life of which I have spoken. When a seer speaks of Buddha
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    • fundamentally speaking, entities attributable to the fact that
    • speaking, that is absolutely correct in the sense I have often
    • by speaking of the states of bliss or blessedness which can be
    • incarnations. We have to speak of these things in a world which with
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    • enlightened, one could often hear a way of speaking that is
    • As I said, this way of speaking could be heard time and
    • speaking, their hands are offering gifts which we do not receive
    • to take a human being before he has learnt to speak, put him on a
    • speech, he would never learn to speak. And so anyone who argues
    • speak, for speech does not come of itself. So our free-thinking
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    • these lectures I speak of the Mystery of Golgotha, I do not wish to
    • star (I speak symbolically), or the spiritual Being of whom one says
    • will speak of it only in so far as it bears on our present
    • Darwinism in terms of that mentality. Or, strictly speaking, at the
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    • Now we must speak of the way in which Paul tried to come
    • speak pictorially again: the disciples of Zarathustra would have
    • any knowledge about the being of Christ Jesus ... not to speak of
    • Now, fundamentally speaking, it is certainly not easy to
    • unravel the riddle I have been speaking of, and I avow that in the
    • ways of spiritual research. Obviously there is not time to speak of
    • as though in the style of a bad speaker she wants to add all possible
    • power. Then the Cumaean Sibyl! She speaks with half-open mouth, as
    • devoted, so to speak, to the immediate element of Earth.
    • and fundamentally speaking upon the whole Indian culture of the first
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    • Of one of these we need not speak further here,
    • with a superhuman Being who (if we may speak in this way) lived in
    • Nazareth, but we are speaking now of an event that took place in
    • string instruments. And when once a child was born who so to speak
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    • journeys of the sun; but it is the spiritual sun that speaks
    • Earth. These Sibylline forces, which so to speak draw into their
    • sinking himself into it and speaking through her. The Prophets wanted
    • Pythia had to prepare himself, so that the god might be able to speak
    • commandments, making a covenant with his people, speaking directly to
    • is much more closely bound up with the Earth; is so to speak an
    • Pythia and speaks oracular words concerning human fate, then we can
    • Thus wrote he of whom tomorrow we will speak further,
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    • those that come from subconscious depths, but those that speak to the
    • out the forces that speak through the clarity of the Ego. This indeed
    • those which can speak through the Ego.
    • emerged so chaotically in the Sibyls were cleansed, so to speak, by
    • stellar script must once more become something that speaks to us. And
    • “As Parsifal men speak of me.”
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    • The girl is of appealing beauty and manly bearing; she speaks little
    • and shows remarkable sagacity; when she speaks she has a pleasing,
    • allowed to speak through animals: he spoke to Eve through the serpent
    • these spirits from then onwards: whenever they could speak to men
    • speak, someone we can leave unheard? No, for without him we should
    • have heard how he speaks of the new influence which gradually enters
    • Earth-evolution and its connection with the Cosmos, we are speaking
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    • speak of a beginning, of a birth of thought-life in this age of
    • perceives it from outside and when we speak of Greek philosophy we
    • must not speak of such a mode of thinking as is normal today, but of
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    • speak of the “individualities” and the individual
    • speaking not in a very remote past — when the Moon was still
    • When we speak of the Moon as a physical body in the heavens, its
    • He speaks only of himself, tells us only what he himself is. And what
    • they speak only of past cosmic events. That is why Saturn is
    • is the exact opposite of the Moon. Saturn speaks unceasingly of the
    • themselves in what the Earth once was. Above all, Saturn speaks
    • to speak, her lover. Whereas the Moon reflects the whole surrounding
    • and “Mars-bewitched”. For science speaks under the
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    • new birth, and so forth. But it is quite possible to speak, not only
    • life lives in their memory. This is strictly and radically speaking
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    • While we are always, in a manner of speaking, akin to a large number
    • ‘etherization,’ so to speak, for their densest
    • are. In a manner of speaking, we ourselves become an elemental being.
    • do in fact lay aside our etheric body, we hand it over, so to speak;
    • ‘getting’ it, so to speak, via his etheric body. This
    • shall speak presently.) Some interest of heart and feeling must be
    • if he is able, so to speak, to take into himself some portion of the
    • toning-down, so to speak, of the sharply differentiated feelings
    • when, generally speaking, they divined far more of the reality of
    • age’ (I mean now, spiritually speaking, not in the legal sense)
    • observe that I am not speaking of externals, but of inner, spiritual
    • speak of similar matters, so that our souls may partake in achieving
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    • fresh from university speaks one is no longer curious about what he
    • If one has in mind their physical aspect only, when speaking about
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    • single case it can only speak of things from one definite standpoint,
    • speaking of things repeatedly and throwing light upon them from many
    • interior, is not what I mean when I speak of man's inner being. Even
    • them on the surface of our body. Spatially speaking, they are
    • exists, spatially speaking, inside our body. What is inside our body
    • sound, I must nevertheless point out that we really speak of
    • Since we live on the physical plane, it is natural to speak in that
    • way; nevertheless the way in which we speak of ourselves is quite
    • speaking, I might say that this world is merely rolled together and
    • we spoke with him and, in speaking with him, his thoughts
    • is nonsense to speak of an ancient clairvoyance, or that people
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    • eyes and could speak to us by means of the instrument of the physical
    • speak in this way, although it is, of course, the entire spiritual
    • that I have made these introductory remarks, I should like to speak
    • For this reason, we often speak, as you know, in
    • everybody knows, roughly speaking, that when he looks upon a blue
    • speaking about colours, in order to have an example.
    • the world in a deeper sense, speak as did Jacob Böhme, for
    • speak, look into it before we look out into the physical world —
    • which we speak here, in Spiritual Science. For the dead understand
    • speaking: — “Oh, of course, in the past, men thought all
    • scientifically-trained person to-day speaks about such matters, he
    • really speaks about the soul-apparatus, about the bodily instrument
    • the brain. But they do not speak of shades of feeling or will. At the
    • most, they speak of shades of feeling — in other words, a
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    • It affords me great satisfaction to be able to speak
    • as we are not now speaking about the path of knowledge — what
    • there are good reasons why one should now begin to speak of this
    • do not exist, so to speak. It may perhaps not be so difficult for our
    • that there are, so to speak amongst the beings perceptible to the
    • that we may therefore speak of a Swiss Folk-spirit as we do of the
    • body and ‘ I ’, we have before us so to speak
    • to us today; here we comprehend man, so to speak, at the present
    • There is still something else to note, in speaking of
    • speak, from what those beings do whom to-day we call men. There is
    • the fact that there are, so to speak, seven consecutive epochs
    • speaking the same language, out of this or that language of form, in
    • speaking the language of that people? That is not an individual
    • see what belongs not only to his evolution, so to speak, but to the
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    • of the physical world should speak thus, for he only knows what he
    • exhaust what he knows about this particular country. When we speak of
    • materialist we are only speaking of an abstraction. To clairvoyant
    • ground, so to speak, but upon the last inhabitants of that territory.
    • and so to speak, work in conjunction with them. Now from this
    • Hierarchies; we shall then, so to speak, find the names of these
    • work who belong by rank, so to speak, to the Archangels, but are
    • the very reason that, so to speak, out of love high Beings remained
    • that there was a point in the evolution of mankind, when so to speak,
    • people like the Swiss, who live in one and the same country and speak
    • three languages, and on the other hand peoples who speak one language
    • have to speak later. Peoples whose existence is more under the
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    • who expresses himself in the Spirit of the Age becomes, so to speak,
    • speak, compelled to take something away from the Archangel, because
    • are certainly right in speaking of a German, a Dutch, a Norwegian
    • nation, but we speak of a Germanic race. Now what acts in the idea of
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    • if I may be allowed to speak somewhat metaphorically I might say,
    • of evolution we can reasonably speak of the idea of race. There could
    • be no sense according to the real meaning of the word in speaking of
    • in evolution. If a person were to speak against necessity he would
    • arrive at nothing; for to speak against it means to put hindrances in
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    • to speak work together, and that in a people, an Archangel who is
    • to speak, by the Cherubim and Seraphim. The Cherubim help in the
    • schools speak. It is that too, which Goethe describes when he speaks
    • this equilibrium which, so to speak, is established in the
    • element at the lowest stage, it begins so to speak with the lowest
    • the development of races and peoples and so on, we shall speak
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    • These have their centre in the other five planets, speaking of the
    • one such Mystery-Oracle the truths of which we are now speaking were
    • peoples whose sign, so to speak, lies in the Venus-character, the
    • nineteenth century, a representative of these old Indians speaks of
    • by something else; he is made great by the Great Spirit, Who speaks
    • and lightning! That is the Spirit Who to us speaks truth. Oh, the
    • Great Spirit speaks truth! Your Spirits, whom you have here on paper,
    • and who express what to you is great, they do not speak truth.’
    • letters — hop about on the paper and who do not speak the
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    • to speak, progressing a stage further in their own development. Since
    • of the Age, and undertook, so to speak, the guidance of that which
    • is of course exceedingly difficult to speak impartially of these
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    • because — on account of certain preconceived ideas, (to, speak
    • migration was finished, the most mature, so to speak, the most
    • development sprang forth, so to speak, from the Spirits of Form or
    • belonging more to the normal side, so to speak. To the abnormal side
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    • civilization that one first began to speak of the relation of the
    • has been permeated by the Luciferic power. When, therefore, we speak
    • of Lucifer, we are speaking of that which has caused man to sink
    • speaks of both Luciferic and of Ahrimanic powers.
    • indications here; but if it were possible to speak for weeks at a
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    • will not be the last time we shall speak together here on similar
    • thousand years, Christ will be able to speak more and more to the
    • scientific spiritual knowledge, that persons may, it is true, speak
    • necessity of the facts alone compels us to speak on these matters in
    • speaks in the sense of Rosicrucianism knows neither Orientalism nor
    • the future, if we would speak with the words of Vidar, the silent
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    • But, speaking generally, what is the
    • are speaking of concrete fact when we say: Spiritual Beings are seeking to come
    • I have been speaking today of a matter upon which we cannot form a
    • own shadowy thoughts. It is not enough today to speak in abstract terms of the
    • with the brood of spidery creatures of which I have been speaking.
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    • most of those who nowadays speak of history, political economy, etc.,
    • stress on the fact that at the time when I was invited to speak to a
    • And now, before speaking
    • speak intelligibly about the ways and means found by spiritual science
    • speak of these faculties at the present time, for the reason that they
    • inward processes. The spiritual investigator is not speaking in a
    • conditions are called, and speaks out of the subconscious, which is
    • it happens that spiritual science is accused of not speaking of a
    • personal God, when it is said that I prefer to speak of the Divinity,
    • seeing that one may speak not only of the personality, but even of a
    • reproach that the spiritual investigator only speaks with deep
    • say that the drop is the sea? If I say that something divine speaks in
    • say, speaking from the convictions of spiritual science, that the
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    • being in those times could speak and think about the spiritual
    • worlds, just as a man today can speak about the ordinary knowledge he
    • to speak of one and the same truth in art, in science and in
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    • we cannot really speak of the philosophy of any earlier times.
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    • implication, either general or specific, for in speaking of such a
    • modern life. How does external culture speak of this phenomenon?
    • This sort of talk is very general. But those who speak
    • in such terms are speaking the language of Ahriman. We will try to
    • can speak to those forces in the human soul which in ordinary daily
    • naturally and spontaneously to one who speaks out of the essence of
    • other sciences do. Speaking in the style of the other sciences, one
    • this or that. Spiritual Science itself speaks of what it must
    • passions and emotions when speaking.
    • somebody journeying along the Rhine speaks of the “ancient
    • mean? I hardly think that when people speak of the “ancient
    • or heard others speaking, something as yet undifferentiated in one
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    • upon the thinking of the masses of the people. In speaking thus of
    • friends, that I have no hesitation in speaking about certain results
    • Being and their religion was thoroughly monotheistic. I am speaking
    • Broadly speaking, the souls once living in those exterminated Indian
    • realize that, broadly speaking, it was not a Christian impulse at all
    • and received Christianity in this form, are, speaking broadly,
    • by the souls of whom I am now speaking, but for all that they had a
    • into very hard and dense material bodies. Fundamentally speaking what
    • still too soon to speak in public lectures of matters such as I have
    • been speaking of today, but even in public lectures one has to go
    • teachers have been able to speak intelligibly of life as it is at the
    • Our task today is not only to speak about the spirit, but to bring
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    • I shall speak on the appearance of Christ and reveal a few facts
    • the course of a single incarnation. Let us now speak of facts which
    • which we do not deserve (we speak of undeserved good) and we can see
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    • were, so to speak, far more similar to the plant nature, whereas the
    • every delusion. What do most people imply when they speak of “God”?
    • mean, when they speak of God? It is an Angel, an Angelos —
    • speak of it as an Angel, though they name it “God,” they
    • painful today to speak to people of general human destinies! People
    • the religions speak of a kind of pension for the time after death!
    • friends, I wished to speak of these things, for now we must feel that
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    • described to you when speaking of the Impulse of Golgotha. We
    • I wished to speak
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    • to speak yesterday it will be clear to you that a very disagreeable
    • so to speak, as regards his perception of self. And yet we hear the
    • Himself out of remote spiritual depths; He will speak to men
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    • concerned. And I want to-day to speak of the results for the life of
    • effectual quality. We speak of knowledge being sound, wholesome —
    • his character, without its entering — to speak in a paradox —
    • impulse, it drives him — spiritually speaking — to feed
    • We begin to speak no longer merely in an abstract way of
    • speak — lose ourselves in our body; soul and spirit are
    • things are, men have not this spiritual knowledge of which you speak;
    • understand it here, is, comparatively speaking, a new thing in our
    • from our grasp. When we have, so to speak, pressed forward to the
    • Now it is important for one who speaks about the
    • him as he speaks; and he can acquire the habit of standing in this
    • merely carry on a tradition. If to-day one speaks from direct
    • Do not think I speak out of a desire to attach
    • with him in quite an intimate manner, for it speaks directly to the
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    • terms of intercourse are such that, fundamentally speaking,
    • stronger and stronger, that which speaks out of the group religions
    • mankind; He forsook their world. Speaking for themselves they could
    • speak to you today. Let us hope that we may meet again here at a not
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    • described. He carried out certain exercises of which I shall speak. These
    • Bhagavadgita with understanding one must be conscious of what speaks
    • direction. We speak of above and below, of right and left, of back and
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    • speaks of the event of
    • we can discern that he speaks as one who through this event attained
    • sense. From the very manner in which he speaks it is plain that he is
    • enough. today, mankind has only come so far as to speak of the contrast
    • they speak; for a true idea of it can only be formed with spiritual and
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • us. He was speaking especially of the eurhythmists; though it may be
    • explain it in the case of Agriculture, so that we may not be speaking
    • saying, and every man should recognise the fact: One cannot speak of
    • one cannot even speak of the general economic principles which are
    • We, however, speaking
    • speak only in this way. We are in real earnest about it. I only
    • astronomical explanations I will now speak of this planetary life,
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • Properly speaking, any manures or the like which you bring into the
    • people are wont to speak very abstractly of the influences which work
    • this inner life of the earthly soil (I am speaking of fine and
    • before it, when the minerals are, so to speak, just on the
    • speak, in very great excess, yet in such a way that it does not go
    • farm, properly speaking we should only use it as a remedy — as
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • speaking.
    • works in the life of Nature, has so to speak four sisters, whose
    • our time when speaking about carbon. It is quite true, carbon occurs
    • so-to-speak with sulphur, and working as a plastic artist —
    • finds there its physical expression. More accurately speaking,
    • carbon, so in a manner of speaking the Ego of the Universe lives as
    • within our physical and earthly world. It would, so to speak, always
    • the oxygen. A modern materialist will only speak of oxygen such as he
    • speaking we have the astral placed between the oxygen and the carbon,
    • to be purified and cleansed, so to speak, in the universal All. So
    • chemists would relate. Our chemists speak only of the corpses of the
    • Broadly speaking, the
    • Observe too how the fruit, properly speaking, tends to be stunted.
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • for adequate nourishment. It was, so to speak, an established fact of
    • speaking of the experiments. What science says of the experiments is
    • compost does not give the astral a chance, so to speak. Now there is
    • There are valves, so to speak, whereby certain streams and currents
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • (or potash, generally speaking) carry the growth rather into those regions
    • or liquid manure or compost. (If we speak of radiating forces, the materialists
    • will believe us, will they not, for even they speak of radium!)
    • diseases. I am speaking in general terms at the moment. Nowadays
    • people are fond of specialisation in all things; therefore they speak
    • to speak. This difficulty does not occur tn human healing, for a man
    • a short time ago. Are not they themselves already speaking frankly of
    • of the manure.” On the contrary, I have been speaking of it all
    • the time, namely, in speaking of yarrow, camomile and stinging nettle.
    • been speaking are involved. Hydrogen also is there, in addition to sulphur.
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • Moreover, speaking in a
    • this way. Quite generally speaking, you have far-reaching possibilities
    • can speak, more in general terms, of the harmful plants or vegetable
    • pests of the field. But we can no longer speak so generally when we
    • speaking, we may say (Diagram 12), if this be
    • it is different. It is comparative nonsense to speak of the Sun in general
    • terms — albeit, pardonable nonsense. We should really speak of
    • speaking, we cannot really say “plant diseases.” The rather
    • speaking, disease is not possible without the presence of an astral
    • will find it an excellent remedy. Strictly speaking, it is not a medicament,
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • in Nature's household (I am speaking now of such fruit as grows on trees).
    • speaking, it is even separated from its root — only it is united
    • yesterday when speaking of human Karma). That which is poorer in ether,
    • themselves, so to speak, from the tree-root-nature, and live more near
    • world in general, of which we shall speak in a moment.
    • will reveal, quite generally speaking, the relation of plant to animal-nature,
    • What is the world of plants? (for the world of plants we must speak
    • speaking, the plant is in all respects an inverse of the animal —
    • interplay with the metabolism — Goethe speaks of “give and
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • process, and yet, fundamentally speaking, that is how they think. In
    • in practical life. The man who first speaks of “combustion inside
    • the body” is only speaking loosely — in a slipshod way,
    • if you will. If he has the true facts in mind, his speaking loosely
    • up to the astral, but the astral — so to speak — hovers
    • describe the animal rather differently from man. For man, we speak quite
    • animal, however, we should rather speak as follows: There is the nerves-and-senses
    • really speak of a two-foldness of the organism — such, however,
    • akin to the brain-content. To speak grotesquely, I would say: That which
    • as it may be, objectively speaking this is the truth. It is none other
    • form, so to speak. What shall I use, then, as a second foodstuff? Once
    • no special function. Generally speaking, we can say, the root-nature
    • (relatively speaking, it is only a short time since) the tomato
    • in the human body. Therefore, quite generally speaking, liver diseases
    • assimilated in Nature — wild manure, so to speak. Take any kind
    • if you let the tomato grow on its own dung, so to speak, it will develop
    • for example, whether a farmer speaks of these things, or one who stands
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    • human being are: Atma, Buddhi, Manas. Formerly in speaking
    • to them further: “Do not speak of this until I come
    • again.” They were not to speak of the doctrine of
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    • to speak. We grow mineralized. With this we again fit
    • possible to speak of the Zodiac in the old meaning, you
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    • It was, so to speak, an important accompanying phenomenon to that great event
    • holiest of all. (I speak of all true Templars — abuses can of course be
    • Fundamentally speaking, seen from a deeper aspect, we all
    • under torture to speak untruths about themselves. This fact — not
    • then is one speaking in a sense and meaning that is in accord with the inner
    • the influence of the inspirations of which I have been speaking to you today,
    • recognize this principle of which I am here speaking.
    • speaking. “Person,” did I say? Here we must remind ourselves that
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    • have been asked to speak to-day on the subject: Paths leading to
    • regard to natural science they speak of boundaries to human
    • Consequently Anthroposophy must not only speak of different subjects,
    • but it must also speak in a different way. Nevertheless it is in full
    • Anthroposophy does not speak of such a vital force. It speaks instead
    • soul. Most frequently of all modern psycho-physicists speak of
    • through heat-processes. We therefore speak of latent heat and of heat
    • Anthroposophy does not wish to speak of the higher worlds in the
    • we already have in ordinary life (one has to speak in terms taken
    • What is it that gives us the right to speak of reality in the
    • should have to speak for hours from the standpoint of a theory of
    • Let me now speak to you only of two kinds. The first is what we call
    • and how it develops. For it is only an external illusion to speak of
    • which resound from the speaker’s platform, the scenes on the
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    • against them. It is not possible in relation to this realm to speak
    • speaks of the experience of the Guardian of the Threshold.
    • mystics we find, when they speak of the “God within,”
    • he feels little obligation to test what he says, speaking rather of
    • which anthroposophy or spiritual science has to say when it speaks
    • speaks with a certain outer justification (not with a merely inner
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    • anthroposophy cannot speak about the super-sensible being of man in
    • certain that speaking about it in that way would not satisfy
    • anthroposophy were to speak along the lines that people nowadays call
    • the present stage of human evolution. If those people who speak
    • speaking out of subjective feelings but out of the very kind of
    • self-discipline of the will I was speaking about: become actively
    • what the body does with us, so to speak. Then we discover that it is
    • just to talk round the subject in the abstract, I will speak of one
    • to draw back from external nature, so to speak. Everything
    • human evolution. Relatively speaking, we human beings are still
    • speak. Jesus the Christ Bearer became the ‘simple man of
    • offended when we speak to large audiences about ‘spiritual
    • sacred duty of the times to stand up and speak to large audiences.
    • made recently: — That it is just not done to speak about cosmic
    • worlds has the obligation to speak as widely as possible to people's
    • what I have been speaking about today and the day before yesterday.
    • To speak to us.
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    • because if one were not to speak symbolically but in ideas, one
    • would have to speak at very great length. Each one of you can himself
    • reach the depths of that of which I shall speak to-day, if he holds
    • speak of our part of the world) at the time when all plants have
    • but with soul and spirit, so that we speak also of a
    • purely mineral Earth. True, when we speak of the consciousness of the
    • solid earth ; so that when we speak of the consciousness of the
    • We can speak of a consciousness of the whole mineral Earth, but we
    • can equally speak of a consciousness of the whole plant world which
    • entirely different from the laws of human consciousness. In speaking
    • of plant consciousness, we must always speak of it as regards certain
    • plant world is awake. Thus we speak of all plant life on Earth as a
    • When speaking of this consciousness which as a second
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    • seemed good to enter yesterday into those things which speak to the
    • if we can speak of them as capable in this connection, are infected
    • connection with the great cosmic mysteries beyond?’ So speaks a
    • only exist in the domain of which I am speaking, where it comes very
    • It seems to me specially necessary to speak of these
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    • paths. And so it may be useful today to speak of elements
    • when we want to speak intelligibly of a nation or people as an
    • external life, which justifies us in speaking of a nation or a people
    • as an entity? We can speak of an individual human being merely from
    • life. I want to speak in outline today of how Spiritual Science
    • Spirit and speak with such intensity to our souls, if we respond to
    • the Earth herself were speaking. The mysteries of the Earth's growth
    • seem to speak to mankind through the lips of the man of the East. We
    • can speak of man's connection with the Divine as a matter of course,
    • the oriental speaks of his connection with the Divine than for the
    • Speaking in the sense of spiritual reality, one feels that the
    • Nature side by side with the being of man and then to speak of the
    • In this lecture it has not been my object to speak of matters which
    • might seem to indicate a ‘programme.’ I wanted to speak of
    • One can, of course, speak from many different
    • humanity; one can speak of this impulse or that. But it must be
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    • cannot really speak of a self-contained life in the ordinary sense,
    • Novalis speaks of the
    • of his deep insight into occult truths, Novalis speaks of Christ as
    • sense. He speaks of Christ as the ‘God of the
    • can speak of human beings in their present form or having the
    • Thus did the great Atlantean Initiates speak to their pupils
    • He was not proclaimed, whenever one can speak of human culture and
    • speak of the great Sun-Aura, of Ahura Mazdao, of the God of
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    • perception. But other events of to-day are speaking to us loudly and
    • admitted at his trial. Speaking of the three or four hours in which
    • however, is really formless. When we speak of it, we are speaking of
    • “astral bodies” that were, comparatively speaking,
    • one speaks of it just as strange as when one speaks of the child's
    • When one speaks to men to-day and utters the word
    • speaking in a Christian sense, even if what one is saying may be very
    • us to speak together again, to put this before your souls so that
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    • So I believed I must speak in
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    • speak of certain facts which belong essentially to the ethical and moral
    • individual. In the case of most Europeans or, speaking
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    • things in our time? We need not go so far as to speak of a
    • things where he put them. It may seem strange for us to be speaking
    • always to put it in the same place; but we will speak of a far more
    • it, if instead of acting under the influence of that which speaks for
    • to day how he acts and speaks, and let this form a basis for our
    • things speak for themselves and to understand a person in himself,
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    • characterise it by speaking, first, of that branch of mathematics
    • accustomed to speak of three-dimensional space; we picture it so
    • dimension of space — standing vertically, so to speak, upon the
    • space we speak of in geometry, we extend our consciousness
    • world of intermingling colours and tones. We should speak of an
    • objectified world of flowing colours and singing tones, as we speak
    • evolution. My historical survey can also show you that I do not speak
    • domains we speak of being caught up in the “rapid tempo”
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    • should now like to speak of the considerations
    • able to speak from the whole compass of man's being. It must
    • therefore be able to speak, not only from the theoretical, scientific
    • spirit, but from an artistic spirit also. It would speak from a
    • anthroposophical view of the world. And just as one can speak in the
    • living spirit that speaks from the rostrum or confronts us from the
    • stage — should speak also through the artistically plastic
    • that I have just described. It is of this that I wish to speak.
    • When we speak
    • Dornach could be started — when we speak of visual art in this
    • when one speaks as I spoke yesterday, one does not arrive at the
    • “imaginative cognition”. I have still to speak
    • if I were to speak platonically, I should have to call an expression
    • creation too. Then the same spirit that speaks through the words when
    • world, will speak from our plastic art. Art and science then derive
    • (Urkunden) speak from old, instinctive, clairvoyant
    • when he speaks or sings, can be extended over his whole being —
    • our forces act in speaking or singing. When one has grasped these
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    • speak thus if he stood again to-day among Western people with the
    • inward-turning glance would have been paralysed, so to speak.
    • speaking of Central Europe) learn to know in secret societies what
    • was something quite outlandish when Bulwer travelled about, speaking of
    • his knees. He would speak a few sentences; then the harp-maiden would
    • completely destroyed. This is why modern philosophy and science speak
    • believed that he could speak in such a manner if he came back,
    • you, there speaks the Ego that desires to assert itself. With us,
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    • science we speak of the conservation of matter, the indestructibility
    • When we speak,
    • used to speak of Nirvana, of the end and disappearance of egohood.
    • there to speak of the Father God; they assumed that the Gospels were
    • there to speak of God the Son. That men can come forward with the
    • opinion that the Gospels speak only of the Father God is proof that
    • The Gospels speak of Him, tradition speaks of Him. Man has the
    • becomes a philosophy and speaks with full justification of a
    • so speaking because for him both the Father and the Christ are
    • destruction of which I have been speaking the laws of nature are
    • speaks to us. There we have something that is no mere allegory
    • spoken that goes out beyond the earth, for it speaks out of that
    • speak or hear in intercourse with other people, hearing and speaking
    • being where speaking and hearing go on at the same time.
    • Hearing and speaking are once more united. The “inner
    • word” speaks to us, and is heard in us.
    • fact, entered a realm where it is meaningless to speak of subjective and
    • objective. When you listen to your fellow man, when he speaks words
    • words that we hear and speak in our intercourse with other men, the
    • objective. It is not our inner being that speaks: our being is merely
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    • nineteenth century, his heart rejoiced — although to speak
    • properly speaking, upon human consciousness.
    • Men knew the Gods but those Gods could not speak of death. If we
    • by which means they could speak to us again. And this way was
    • was by an altogether different mentality, who could speak the
    • speaking of such matters one is always aware of the difficulty of
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    • lost its meaning, it became possible to speak of atheism within the
    • European civilization. For it was impossible to speak of atheism as
    • Society. Materialism speaks of atoms. These atoms were imagined in
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    • why we speak of such things among ourselves, but now they will more
    • of Orleans had to pass through a kind of initiation. To-day we speak
    • Worlds”. Of course, one cannot speak of such an initiation in
    • the case of the Maid of Orleans. In her case we can only speak of an
    • Norwegian poem that speaks of Olaf Asteson, “the Son of the
    • These legends speak, as it
    • ancient times; they speak of the spiritual world into which one could
    • mother's body are those which are, so to speak, most accessible to
    • souls advance in knowledge, I want to speak to you of a recent
    • with our Karma that I am again able to speak of them to-day. What I
    • whole store of gifts; it is, so to speak, gifted in every direction,
    • appears so, sublimely in Fichte's philosophy, where he speaks of
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    • To-day I wish to speak to
    • To-day we shall first speak of something which lies in the
    • in the ordinary course of life. When we speak of such things, we
    • always speak of them from the standpoint of our present time, in the
    • knowledge is connected with our moral life. We do not only speak of
    • that thing in Nature, we also speak of ethical ideas, ethical ideals.
    • Reason, where he speaks of ethical ideas. We might say: The whole
    • Metaphorically speaking, (yet it is not entirely metaphorical, but
    • and who always speak of mysticism and of how spiritual
    • the others who so often spread mysticism to-day, and who always speak
    • world, and they avoid speaking about it concretely. They chiefly
    • speak in general phrases and if they remain victorious they will
    • that materialism is undoubtedly festered if they speak to men
    • every other man speaks of another God”, or similar stuff.
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    • and to speak of them as we are doing now. This being so, what
    • is, strictly speaking, peculiar to Asiatic culture. America,
    • out, so to speak, by destiny for that particular work. If the
    • very way of speaking, that the altruistic spirit is anything
    • Spirit of a Nation, in the sense in which we speak of it in
    • come when one must speak out honestly and straightforwardly.
    • speak out quite plainly about the occult facts of
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    • of in the superficial sense in which people often speak of it
    • occurs. Fundamentally speaking, every one who sets his foot
    • the way man ordinarily speaks of the five senses, he only
    • speaks — the guidance of man into the spiritual world
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    • man — and when I speak here of the ‘man’ I
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    • speaking to the heart by means of symbols: ‘Where you
    • Pressburg. And he — I am speaking of my old friend Karl
    • to learn how to speak in strict rhythm. At the present time,
    • when the Art of speaking in the ancient sense has been lost,
    • today when we have forgotten to such an extent how to speak
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    • speak, can only be understood if this spiritual origin of man's
    • could be two focal points in a balance. Eastern wisdom speaks of a
    • to his own weakness and speak of “boundaries of
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    • spiritual conception of the world to speak like this and then build
    • of a conception of the world, and then we could begin to speak
    • speak about the human being and the way in which materialistic
    • science is bound, by its very nature, to speak. If as men and women
    • is that it does not speak in abstractions of a nebulous Spirit, like
    • the various spheres of life of which we speak.
    • teacher realise what it means if he helps the child to speak
    • voices speaking to him. No matter what intellectual reasoning you use
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    • of speech. The language which we speak here on earth is, of course,
    • Walking, Speaking and
    • more in detail what the human being is in that he speaks or
    • might as well speak of it as a primeval song.
    • structure of the human body. We may say therefore, without speaking
    • impulses. He makes more use of his nervous system when he speaks; he
    • from the Hierarchy of the Angeloi speaks A to one, or a Being of the
    • earth can only speak and sing by means of the air, we have in the
    • thing as this, we seem to be speaking in images, but our images none
    • totality. (It really looks as though we were speaking figuratively,
    • bodies it is singing, speaking as it sings to you, singing as it
    • speaks; and all your perception is a listening to the speaking song,
    • man speaks, he makes use of his whole body. The consonant nature
    • as human beings speaking upon earth.
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    • the inner life of soul and Spirit. What we to-day would speak of as
    • Initiation Science speak to man: “Gazing into thine own being,
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    • of my age were young fellows, not one of them dreamt of speaking of
    • occurred not so very long ago. Today we speak of the atoms as if they
    • speak of electrons. Thus we suspect electricity everywhere, when we
    • speak today, as I am speaking now, then the people whose heads are
    • their backs, so that they cannot speak in an unprejudiced way, from
    • see, when we speak of electricity, we enter a sphere that presents a
    • entity. …But I am not speaking correctly ... for, in reality,
    • world-conceptions that do not reckon with reality can speak in that
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    • speak, of that ancient inheritance — which had already fulfilled
    • were less able than ever to speak, as human beings, about the Christ.
    • experience — to inner contact, so to speak — of the
    • as do the other theologians I've mentioned. They do not speak
    • being. They speak of a God — of a true and real God.” Hence,
    • directions find no way to unite. This is true today; those who speak
    • of the Christ have lost Jesus, and those who speak of Jesus have lost
    • side of our being, so to speak, through which we enter the world,
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    • understanding when we speak of the physical bodily nature of man on
    • come to speak of the soul-and-spirit. True, if he is open-minded
    • if we are speaking of the will as of an element of soul-and-spirit, there
    • movement of a limb takes place. Thus after all we must speak of the
    • is spread out over his whole body. He will then speak of Feeling as
    • symmetry. It is comparatively easy to speak of the
    • projected, so to speak, into the two dimensions.
    • and unbiased mind how impossible it is to speak of a thought as
    • is meaningless merely to speak of the contrast between the
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    • though the great questions about which we shall have to speak still
    • — a conception which takes us back, so to speak, to an age of
    • so to speak, as a witness of the oldest times of our earth.
    • He held that, generally speaking, nothing that we are able to observe
    • make its watery origin less apparent today. Everything, so to speak,
    • not to a primeval state in which the earth was, so to speak, dead matter;
    • ground formation of our earth is, so to speak, only the one stream,
    • speaking, the distribution of water and land, the formation of
    • Spiritual science lets the spiritual facts speak for themselves and
    • science speaks of what it has established by its own methods: the two
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    • before birth, before conception. Fundamentally speaking, the faculty
    • that, speaking from a more or less schematic point of view, we might
    • At the moment however we are speaking of normal human beings. Such people,
    • before one's eyes, — I am speaking now of spiritual eyes,
    • thought, you are, broadly speaking, reflecting upon that which is
    • less than the thinking of a later day. A more modern thinking speaks
    • Ahriman. In our manner of speaking to-day we should say Lucifer and
    • Ahriman. We ought in reality to speak of Ormuzd as Lucifer and not
    • otherwise, if we speak only of the duality between God and the
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    • observation of life. I might say a great deal if I were to speak
    • when I reflect that in order to speak about Christian Rosenkreutz at
    • may be. Anyone speaking after the manner of the modern theologian
    • it is not right in occultism to speak in so impetuous a manner. Still
    • speak to-day, Madame Blavatsky fell away from the influences
    • Initiates who even in Orientalism do not speak differently from
    • Theosophy speaks of this Bodhisattva-Individuality. And to the
    • ourselves when we cannot agree with those who speak of Jesus ben
    • but it is true. Therefore we cannot blame them when they speak of the
    • prepare the ground presently to speak here upon Christian
    • Rosenkreutz, to speak on the threefold principles of man and their
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    • speak in this way. For what has once happened is fulfilling itself
    • found. The philosophers are as a rule extremely clever and speak in
    • clear concepts — they avoid speaking of the mighty,
    • the sort in their writings. Now I shall not speak of those in which I
    • what underlies the world it does not suffice to speak of it in
    • modern theologians speak of them, but in such a way that he has drawn
    • is true of the old Saturn existence, speaking very comparatively,
    • here is not the abstract time of which we usually speak, but
    • independent being. We can now first speak of something that begins.
    • possible for us to speak of the Saturn condition as having anything
    • around us now, the only one we can speak of as being on ancient
    • Externally heat is really only maya. And if we wish to speak truly we
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    • air, but of ‘heat.’ So, too, in first speaking of
    • even exist. When we speak of ‘space’ we are speaking
    • not speak of coming from one part of space into another, but only the
    • of heat are the external expression — speaking in a general
    • comparatively speaking at a later time than the gifts of the Spirits
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    • the last two lectures when speaking of Saturn and Sun. Time would
    • resignation — so we see, speaking now of the ancient Sun alone,
    • accepted the proffered sacrifice, they would — speaking
    • to speak, which it would otherwise have absorbed, and is now obliged
    • generally speaking from the immortal beings. So now, when we learn
    • fault — if we may venture to speak of such an original fault
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    • now under consideration, we must clearly realise that in speaking of
    • be incorrect to speak of ‘Sin’ or
    • vision to peculiar states of the soul which only appear, so to speak,
    • even to giving oneself, so to speak. When we come on to the more
    • which we are now speaking. Just as we have inherited other things
    • when in that person's presence. And as we are now speaking of the
    • — which later on was poured into evolution, so to speak. We see
    • In speaking of the
    • to grasp, when we speak of the combined action of the sacrifice of
    • redemption — a singular Karmic link has caused us to speak
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    • have within them something, which, speaking symbolically, could only
    • ‘displacement’ — if we may once more speak
    • no sense in speaking of individual plant-organisms, only of the
    • higher than man, is there any meaning in speaking of actual death.
    • super-sensible worlds — we cannot speak of death. And in the
    • speak of the incision into life that we call ‘death.’ Man
    • say — speaking of external history — that it cannot
    • Anthroposophy speaks cannot be injured by any objections,
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    • speaking, no one in the world knows what they want, and no
    • speak of the origins of this catastrophe in time to come, we
    • are speaking of states as something which have existed for I
    • chaos will certainly not be reduced if — speaking
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    • humanity. I think it is fair to say that, generally speaking,
    • riddle I am speaking of is the discrepancy between
    • ‘physical body’ we are speaking of something that
    • then speak about social life out of their feeling, out of
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    • not be absolutely the case, but, relatively speaking, it is
    • with, I must speak cf some of the ways in which people will
    • will speak of early twentieth century
    • this. For when people speak in opposition today it is not
    • saying in all the other places where I have been speaking
    • myself. Anyone who is going to speak of the one rule without
    • speaking, all private interviews must now stop. This, then,
    • have been until now, the problems I am speaking of will not
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    • their strict duty not to speak to people in general of these
    • elemental spirits of birth and death. If one were to speak of
    • live, one would be speaking of something that would seem like
    • — and I will speak of this tomorrow — destructive
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    • speaks to us in the way it did when human bodies were
    • Colours no longer speak to us as elements filled with spirit,
    • only the body speaking. The spirit has withdrawn and already
    • anthroposophy can enter into it. Then people will speak out
    • only of body and soul, and it was heresy to speak of a human
    • ‘Sound’ people will speak of nothing but the
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    • real weight — comparatively speaking — as if they
    • speak of the transubstantiation of bread and wine into the
    • while ago it was still taboo for those in the know to speak
    • of these things in public. Today one must speak of them, even
    • quite certain, that, generally speaking, people were afraid
    • speaking figuratively when they say they are afraid of
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    • Fundamentally speaking, such ideas are part of the
    • speaking, the people who are considered to be most
    • am especially pleased to be able to speak of something that
    • work I am speaking.
    • who only like corpses of ideas will speak and think in them,
    • negatively speaking, that so many people are still asleep to
    • speaking, it can be said, however, that with the exception of
    • first railways were being built in Central Europe. Speaking
    • Anglo-American peoples, when I speak of Wilsonianism or
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    • affairs. People do not like to speak of events in human
    • enough to speak openly about his impulses, he will speak of a
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    • was speaking of something quite concrete, namely the battle
    • Speaking of Laplace's theory and of Dewar they will say:
    • humans. People often speak of the science of economics today,
    • take these things seriously. You know that you cannot speak
    • it is, of course, possible to find ways and means of speaking
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    • different spheres of life. Speaking of processes deep down in
    • taken, so to speak, to ensure that for the whole of their
    • if you speak about special subject-areas to people who are
    • rather tedious. The request is always to speak about central
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    • spirits’, the spirits of light. Fundamentally speaking,
    • of the ideals of race and nation would have been speaking in
    • someone who speaks of the ideal of race and nation and of
    • tribal membership today is speaking of impulses which are
    • people in the future to speak of a social structure for the
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    • become poets. Speaking of the time when they first began to
    • they will speak of what they call dreams, though this was
    • nor did he speak about it in the 50s, 60s and 70s. He only
    • speak about
    • speak about Part 2 exactly when the victory had been won over
    • the dragon. For decades before this he would speak only of
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    • which I have been speaking.
    • that people overlook the driver. They speak of cause and
    • has to be considered when we speak of human evolution. It is
    • live on into the decades of which I am now speaking. Their
    • social democracy does not compare, historically speaking,
    • to mind whenever we speak of the reasons for developments.
    • spiritual impulses are taken into account. There we can speak
    • position of the sun. Generally speaking, however, the course
    • to avoid any form of allegory, nor should you speak of
    • we can speak in a way for people to see, and feel, that a
    • You need not be afraid that someone speaking out of
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    • have seen from these lectures that I feel duty bound to speak at this
    • man, to which all religions refer. The religions speak of this fall
    • speak in more detail about this now, but the religions did see the
    • speaking in Old Testament terms. If we look at this interpretation,
    • speak, the less able their concepts became to grasp anything. And it
    • — if the old theology speaks of sin or if Dubois-Reymond
    • speaks of the limits of our ability to know nature. I indicated how
    • did not speak to man in an earthly language, but in a heavenly
    • an effort to speak a cosmic, extraterrestrial language. That
    • spirituality. And that is actually why people speak as though man can
    • beyond the earthly. If one even begins to speak about the stars, the
    • human being. But when one begins to speak of the extraterrestrial,
    • The courage to speak again
    • ends,” then not only the speaker but the whole
    • himself to truthfulness when speaking about the spirit. For in the
    • consciousness. Therefore I had to speak these days precisely
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    • above earthly contemplation. I said that when people speak to-day of
    • like to speak more from a material aspect, in order to show that
    • philosophers of a theory of knowledge speak of thinking, they
    • speak of a lifeless thinking. Were they to speak of the true nature
    • Speaking in mediaeval terms, we should say that the natural sciences
    • history speaks in a very peculiar way. When the natural sciences and
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    • speaks to His disciples? They are those which, as a rule, are not
    • speaks in a parable of the seed that is sown and undergoes different
    • The process of which He is speaking belongs to the kingdoms of outer
    • given to all men through all time to come — then He is speaking
    • of reality, He is speaking of the Spirit.
    • Earth that it is not possible to speak of sleeping and waking,
    • realise that we can actually speak of the Earth-spirits beginning to
    • knowledge and speak of its inner significance.
    • have to speak of these things and it is done only because it is a
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    • of the world is made rather frequently. Even those who speak of the
    • spirit in objects, however, usually remain with speaking about the
    • spirit in general, i.e., they speak about the existence of spiritual
    • taken to those who speak not only of the spirit generally but of its
    • science, we should not speak about the spirit in the vague and
    • general way indicated today; rather, we should speak in such a way
    • science and then want to speak about ‘the spirit in the realm
    • One cannot speak about
    • complete human organism. It is impossible, therefore, to speak about
    • astronomy, geology, or mineralogy — basically speaks about the
    • mineral element, of lifeless matter. Spiritual science may not speak
    • in this way. It can only speak in such a way that everything found on
    • to speak about how the origins of all life — including
    • this condition with human sleep. I will now speak of what appears to
    • lives in us astrally, if we speak from the viewpoint of spiritual
    • aware that we speak correctly only if we say that those beings who
    • speaking of the soul of an eye. Although a remark able linking of
    • remain caught within. If one speaks of a soul in the Venus fly-trap,
    • a soul can also be attributed to a mouse trap! We should not speak
    • immediately to speak of memory when a later event occurs as an effect
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    • Erreurs et de la Vérité, he speaks among other
    • Man. Looking backward as it were, he speaks of a deeply
    • it was possible for them to speak of such things, the
    • important work, whereby the death-blow, so to speak, was
    • had to be preserved, so to speak, from any immediate
    • those Luciferic elemental spirits of whom we may speak in
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    • to speak — a Christmas character. This, as I said,
    • that rays back, so to speak, into my personal Karma. That is
    • one on the first page of which [in German- speaking
    • Christmas Festival, properly speaking, belongs to the Easter
    • evolution. The Roman Catholic Church will, speak, for
    • express is the inspiring Spirit. Every time you speak
    • no matter how profane the impulse of your speaking is —
    • the nose. It is, so to speak, to be well “on the
    • suffered the Fall, so to speak, whereby it is now a mere
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    • speaks to man at night-time when the star-lit sky sends him
    • were speaking through their constellations, — they did
    • broadly speaking, they only want to “guard their pounds
    • when you speak of the pre-existence of the soul, that is, of
    • say, I have been speaking of all this only in the briefest
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • when speaking of these. The way in which I characterized the exit
    • so to speak, of the etheric body's woof of formative forces. In
    • we simply must begin to speak of the world in a different way
    • perceived through super-sensible knowledge make us speak
    • When speaking from
    • speaks of things which can be perceived through spiritual vision.
    • dulled. When we wake up, thinking must, so to speak, have a free
    • conscience, for he knows that he does not speak on the foundation
    • if the anthroposophical spiritual investigator speaks of the
    • mathematics, so that it is out of the question to speak of
    • ventures to speak in a certain way of the conditions after death
    • the right to speak negatively of science and of scientific
    • right angles, so to speak, with the animal's spine, with his own
    • sentient-volitional being, we must speak of loneliness and of a
    • to the beginning and the end of the earth, hypotheses which speak
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • feelings towards powers that cannot speak to us out of the laws
    • This evening we shall speak of these possibilities.
    • to speak. Thought develops only out of speech. (Those who observe
    • the human being. And man's capacity of learning to speak
    • instead of learning to speak as is ordinarily the case in the
    • that world conception of which I am now speaking, is frequently
    • learning to speak and learning to think, in a natural, sensory
    • speak, for instance, of requiting moral or immoral actions. We
    • We speak, however, of the fact that, if we only take for granted,
    • science, of which I am speaking, consequently seeks to penetrate
    • mathematically. We speak of the exact sciences.
    • anthroposophical spiritual science which is meant here speaks of
    • knows: The one who speaks to us out of his soul's depths of the
    • be able to speak of this super-sensible essence of the world. If
    • the aim of that Anthroposophy concerning which I am speaking to
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    • spirit. As I do not wish to speak in abstract terms, let me
    • But one who speaks
    • faculty can, so to speak, transcend space and time. This fact
    • observe carefully. Things must, so to speak, become enigmas and
    • physical human organism which flares up, comes, so to speak to a
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    • the gods, it is Maya, the great illusion. They did not speak of
    • that speaks to receptive souls in the movements and positions of
    • designated as Maya. In the same way in which we speak of
    • ideology, we may speak of Maya, but we must apply this to our
    • everlasting Cosmic Word speaking out of the stars. The Mystery of
    • by this one, now by the other – speak of the coming of
    • Jupiter days are like a sentence speaking out of the cosmic
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    • of lectures I intend to speak of things which are connected with
    • is placed in the universe. We speak of man in such a way that we
    • then we speak of the astral body and of the Ego organization. But
    • man's inner life. But essentially speaking, also the senses which
    • service of technical-earthly interests, it is, cruelly speaking,
    • when we write or speak; different signs must be used when
    • speaking, at his side, but by eliminating his physical body he
    • when they speak of Goetheanism, they should keep to Goethe's
    • things, however, I wish to point out that when we speak of
    • speaking in an anthroposophical way. For it leads to no progress
    • if specialists succeed in forcing anthroposophy to speak
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    • in short, into everything which, symbolically speaking, lies
    • When speaking of Christ, it pointed to the Sun.
    • suited to modern men, and although Theosophy speaks of the
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • speaking, in a world of light. But this light continues to shine
    • more be able to speak not of lifeless ideas and abstractions, but
    • example Parmenides, speaks of the abstract idea of the
    • accompanies them. When an anthroposophist speaks out of
    • the Goethanum, induced our opponents to speak all the more
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    • speak of the task of these spiritual powers, some people are
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    • men, that they can in a sense remain children — speaking
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    • have just been speaking. The situation itself poured its holiness
    • our life (I am now speaking directly, not in a pictorial way) in
    • mystery thus speaks to what lives in us as a childlike quality, it
    • speaks with a view to the divine Child who was selected to take up
    • the Christ, it speaks with a view to the one who was already
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    • become a single current of culture. When we speak to-day of the
    • spiritual world, did not speak in this abstract and vague terminology
    • have to speak of something which may appear extraordinary to-day to
    • antagonist of Ahriman, he said: “I will speak! Harken, ye who
    • Highest, the Primal One has put into my mouth. I will speak what
    • understands their meaning as I speak them will experience much evil
    • Leaders of whom we shall speak in these lectures, may be summed up in
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    • his knowledge by speaking of it as a renewal of the wisdom given to
    • being.” The modern anatomist would speak of the two entrances
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • the scientist do? Generally speaking he takes scant notice of Nature
    • so, but anyone speaking the truth is deemed mad. People really view this
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    • destroyed by fire. In this lecture he speaks of the heritage brought
    • destroyed by fire. In this lecture he speaks of the heritage brought
    • gives me great satisfaction to be able to speak to you today
    • like to speak of how man's life on earth is in a certain sense a reverse
    • first to speak of some of the ways in which the human soul expresses itself
    • speak of the whole it is only figuratively, but it is entirely true
    • speak more exactly of what echoes on in the soul — the becoming
    • understand that I am speaking figuratively, but the picture is in
    • the events lived through. Just remind yourself of the unspeakable grief
    • speaking and singing — the physiological working together of
    • For anyone to be able to speak without having a faculty of memory is
    • tone, we should never be able to speak or sing. It is precisely embodied
    • breathing process that gives rise to speaking and singing — for
    • meeting one another in tone. One can say that speaking and singing in
    • beings between death and rebirth, but we also speak, though this
    • speaking is at the same time a singing. In the alternation between going
    • out into the spiritual beings and coming back into ourselves, we speak a
    • spiritual speaking — with the beings of the higher Hierarchies.
    • speech, in singing and speaking, an echo of beings of the higher
    • more is revealed in speaking and singing than what the ordinary
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    • In speaking of the life of the soul, a certain expression in common use
    • of the soul we are obliged to speak of forces or the like which do not
    • consciousness. We speak accordingly of the ‘unconscious,’
    • knowledge at his disposal, be expected to speak in any other way about
    • with swimming; we are, so to speak, moving about in a general,
    • spiritual science is not concerned to speak in general, abstract phrases
    • physical content of the world, supplemented by a way of speaking in
    • to speak in miniature, of our planetary cosmos or rather of its
    • Speaking generally, the description I am now giving is true for man,
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • and there are others who already speak of a crisis in Darwinism.
    • ailment of modern scientific teachings and speak about the
    • explain the lower qualities of the soul, and to speak of
    • speak in such a way know nothing of the bearings of their
    • speaks a thinker who is not willing to drowse into spiritual
    • chemistry first and then speak about it.” Professor
    • psychologist, when speaking of soul-forms. The shape of the
    • speaks of such riddles as they appear in a caricatured form to
    • species. Only that man has an inner right to speak of
    • Wundt's school may be very shocked when I speak of the “Soul”
    • master who has again announced recently that we must not speak
    • speak of a “lily” because you are only dealing
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • dare not speak in the same way of the death of a plant or an
    • really speak of death, although no brain were there at all.
    • embarrassed in speaking of life at all, and when all life was
    • could only speak of the smallest parts of life as living on,
    • to-day is already attempting to speak of a sort of
    • wished to speak of the immortality of unicellular beings have
    • one cannot speak in the same sense of death in plants, as in
    • course, I am speaking here with the limitation which this
    • speak more exactly of this development in a later lecture).
    • write the biography of our pens! One could, then, even speak
    • species, there would be no history. One could then only speak
    • a cultural development. Therefore, natural science speaks of
    • instance. We speak of fatigue both in the animal and human
    • absurd to speak of the fatigue of plants. We can, therefore,
    • know, indeed, that I am speaking figuratively; but all the
    • become other than it is? Can we speak of an “Extension
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • precisely when we speak of such difficult matters, that we
    • just as, imaginatively speaking your fingernails do not each
    • — and here the cultist speaks of Warmth-Ether,
    • Essentially speaking, they are wedding-flights — for
    • simplest. It is an utterly senseless way of speaking to
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • pleasure of speaking to you in earlier lectures.
    • facts — having a special theme to speak upon — I
    • and fool speaking from some fantastic imagination. He is made
    • speaks. With a certain premonition this boy-soul builds an
    • pious feelings to the great God of nature Who speaks through
    • speak, becoming blind and deaf to our physical environment,
    • And so we could mention many instances where, so to speak, a
    • great Spirit of Existence in the world of Spirit speak to him
    • One could speak for hours to explain what they are. Here we
    • intended.” Those who speak thus, know nothing of the
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • — has, so to speak, reawakened. We feel how this figure
    • him speak: (‘Confession of Cyprian.’)
    • learned by being, so to speak, initiated into the pre-Christian
    • ‘Divine.’ We can speak of the ‘all-power,’
    • speak of ‘all-wisdom’ as of an ideal; but over against it
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    • to-day. For we are now speaking of the days before the
    • his time is unspeakably important. But, for the moment, the
    • ought to go to the great book of Nature, which speaks so
    • it is he really meant. Thus, when he speaks of nerves, we
    • Aristotle speaks of the nervous system, he means the Etheric
    • had no idea that Aristotle was speaking of the Etheric
    • Nature speaks the Divine Spiritual. We men approach Nature,
    • is the fact that, if we would be consistent in speaking of
    • reproduce this language to-day, so that it will speak
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    • everywhere, even theoretically speaking, that the mass of
    • great mass of facts now brought to light by science to speak
    • speaks to us in the forms of modern, intellectual life, when,
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • supposed that something speaks through the medium,
  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • means: all that is rooted in life, coming, so to speak, from flesh
    • I quote it here because I am now speaking in a wider sense of the
    • together. Therefore it is so difficult if we desire to speak
    • say, primitively speaking, 1 and 4, and 2 and 3, work upon one
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    • critic's flat and insists that he must speak to the critic's
    • it is difficult to speak about these things, especially to-day,
    • speak about these things. Nevertheless they must be
    • impossible to speak. And yet, it would be so necessary to do
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • speaking of this question, no calling need be thought
    • speak of the choice of callings, will also tell us of the
    • seven-year periods. Broadly speaking, as you know, the physical
    • transmitted to the descendants; but speaking in the sense of
    • stronger individuality was speaking; one felt the active rising
    • Stuart Mill and Herzen! Mill, speaking in the first place
    • occult brotherhoods they speak in no other terms than of the
    • public to-day. They speak of all these things, inasmuch as they
    • outlook, whereof Mill and Herzen speak. It is always
    • with an altogether different purpose. I will not speak of that
    • followers and make it appear that one is speaking out of very
    • would speak in a fruitful way about the ‘Karma of
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of Man to the Hierarchies
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    • higher than man. For, as you know, we do speak of the spiritual
    • and so on. We speak of these kingdoms of the super-sensible
    • Worlds just as we speak of the animal kingdom, the plant
    • it really God whom they conceive when they think or speak of
    • human being rightly speaks of his God? No, they are not. What
    • certain seed within it, namely this: They speak of ‘the one
    • fancy, every one of them is speaking of his own God,
    • Angel. With measureless conceit they say that they are speaking
    • of God while all the time they are only speaking of an Angel,
    • regions when we speak of the false paths in relation to the
    • Yet even this is still no more, so to speak, than an aberration
    • Spiritual Science, but I should have to speak for months if I
    • in the sense that one merely speaks the name: ‘Christ,
    • own Angel. But it is impossible if one is really speaking
    • speak a secret institution, i.e., that in these Mysteries, as
    • as though the Angel from the Hierarchies was also speaking in
    • these secrets, we have no possibility of speaking in words as
    • they did in those olden times. For we are bound to speak in
    • spiritually speaking, but this spirituality was absolutely
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  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • then in concepts that speak to the utmost depths of the human
    • thought” — thus does the new Christianity speak
    • new annunciation of the spirit must speak a new language,
    • of the spirit which speaks to us in this deeply serious age in
    • revelations, even should they speak to us from life's
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    • who, in the simplest words — as a child might speak, not in
    • by the words the Brother speaks, that he is the bearer of the
    • And speaks to us, by strange emotion stirred:
    • I hear him speak, but oh, how much there is
    • The aged brother speaks unto his guest:
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    • pleasure to speak at greater length for the third time to our friends
    • speak quite impartially about the mission of the individual, Folk
    • their mission hitherto, so it is in order today to begin to speak of
    • fingers and hands. We may therefore speak of a Swiss Folk Spirit in
    • the same way as we speak of the Spirit of a man. We can just as
    • speaking of Old Saturn, Old Sun and Old Moon conditions another
    • speak the language of his people. He does not acquire this by his own
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • picture of a particular geographical area. To speak of a particular
    • cooperate with the Archangels and, so to speak, work in conjunction
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    • directives, when he is compelled, so to speak, to take over some of
    • communities. We rightly speak of a German, Dutch or Norwegian nation;
    • at the same time we speak of a Germanic race. Now what lies behind
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 4. The Evolution of Races and Civilization.
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    • germinal condition. And if I may speak somewhat figuratively I might
    • opposition to the intentions of the Spirits of Form, so to speak
    • period of evolution when one can justifiably speak of the idea of
    • speak of race in the true sense of the term before the Lemurian
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    • arises, so to speak, a frontier or boundary which is the apparent
    • occult schools speak. That too is what Goethe describes when he
    • speaks of the Sun, not as the giver of light, but when he says:
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    • Jupiter, Mars, Venus and Mercury, speaking in terms of the seven
    • such Mystery Oracle the truths of which we are now speaking were
    • it is the Great Spirit who speaks to him in the soughing of the wind,
    • who to us speaks truth. Yes, from the lips of the Great Spirit comes
    • great, they do not speak the truth.” Thus spoke the Indian
    • letters — “dance on the paper; they do not speak the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 7. Advance of Folk Spirits to the Rank of Time Spirits.
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    • differentiated. It is of course extremely difficult to speak
    • world it would be regarded as the height of folly to speak of that
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 8. The Five Post-Atlantean Civilizations.
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    • to observe how human development sprang forth, so to speak, from the
    • so to speak, to the outer. He could still respond when he learned
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 9. Loki - Hodur and Baldur - Twilight of the Gods.
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    • speak of the relationship of the human ego to the surrounding
    • speak of Lucifer, we are speaking of that which has thrust man down
    • speaks of both Luciferic and Ahrimanic powers. It will seem very
    • from the Greek — that St. Mark's Gospel does not speak of
    • indications here, but if it were possible to speak for weeks on end
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    • will not be the last time that we shall speak together here on
    • truths, people might venture to speak of a future manifestation of
    • speaks from the point of view of Rosicrucianism accepts neither
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    • speak, quite regardless of our own inclinations, regardless of what
    • Demeter which speaks throughout all ages of time as an impulse of
    • the other hand what speaks to us in the figure of Eros? It is
    • I am speaking of the three figures Luna, Astrid, Philia, the true
    • each of those who stand on the stage his heart should speak out of
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    • figures; so that men did not then speak of abstract forces, but of
    • development, when we speak of old age, when we speak of the
    • expressed by the pupil of Spiritual Science, who no longer speaks in
    • thousand years the Maitreya Buddha will descend, and will speak to
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    • When we are speaking microcosmically they are the forces in us which
    • our lasting emotions. Macrocosmically speaking they are forces more
    • to speak of the physical body, the densest part of the human being.
    • Microcosmically speaking we have to look upon the physical body as
    • speak of clairvoyance, or clairaudience, so one may speak of
    • faculties. But in this case one can no longer properly speak of a
    • revelations of the spirit. We will begin to speak about it today; we
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    • speaking of the ones who only inspired men, but of those who really
    • evolution can speak.
    • the death of the Earth? Not at all. I have just been speaking, for
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    • in the monologue which Capesius speaks when, after
    • speak of an intellectual ego, as we do today, but he was aware of
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    • psychology and ordinary science speak as belonging to anything but
    • dry-as-dust way, we speak of physical, chemical, biological laws. The
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    • human organism. That one speaks of ‘Dichtung’ in German
    • descriptions of the higher worlds. When we speak of the spiritual
    • if we are speaking in the true sense of the higher worlds. Hence you
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    • occult experiences of the kind we have been speaking of has to
    • whose range is properly speaking more comprehensive, I mean those who
    • great Earth-sacrifice we can speak of a Sun-sacrifice in that a
    • evolution, for reasons which we shall speak of tomorrow, this Being
    • things, resembles Him completely. Hence in a certain way we can speak
    • spoke of Jehovah or Jahve, they were speaking of Him, and that all
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    • those who speak in this way of Aristotle who are in the wrong. The
    • because this astral part is so to speak tied together or sewn
    • used the word ‘Phantom’ when speaking of this
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    • of speech, and that another part must be in order for him to speak,
    • comes from speaking, not speaking from the speech-organ. That is what
    • than make a brief reference to such things. Were I able to speak at
    • truth is the Christ Impulse; and when I speak of the Christ Impulse
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • when he speaks of “the Education of the Human Race” assume
    • Then we can truly speak of an “Education” which the human
    • What we speak of today as the “inwardness” of the soul when
    • of Raphael. Grimm speaks of the picture called “The Marriage of
    • then to Florence, then to Rome. Fundamentally speaking, his life ran its
    • whence the being of man proceeds. Speaking figuratively we cannot but
    • is that if we study the literature of those who speak of the experiences
    • And even if the inner being of the human soul speaks somewhat haltingly
    • or was speaking those uplifting, godly words to Christian devotees,
    • have been able to speak with the same fire that is later found in Savonarola.
    • depth, cannot but realize what it is that speaks from those wonder-works
    • exist no longer; yet in spite of this Homer speaks to us through his
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    • at the first lines of the Iliad that Homer speaks with exactitude. What
    • to the people, so to speak, their places. It was always remarkable to
    • just as one speaks of a being, of a reality, of something which governs
    • in the history of humanity, so to speak; he considers that in the Iliad
    • ought to speak only as one who can look at things from outside; only
    • in such a way as one can understand them if one does not speak the language
    • only speak as one who fixes his eyes on the spiritual contents —
    • smith, forges for a region in which dwell the — so to speak elder
    • the field of action on which the facts take place of which we are speaking,
    • He who lets the peculiar spiritual language work upon him which speaks
    • that I am speaking as a stranger, and as such can only speak of the
    • can so to speak, make the whale matter comprehensible to us. I may say
    • speaks which cannot be explained through ordinary soul-forces, even
    • if one speaks of imagination as a real power. And if, to many what is
    • to describe it as we designate a soul-force to-day when we speak of
    • imagination. We know quite well to-day that when we speak of imagination
    • we are speaking of a soul-power whose expressions we cannot really make
    • it existed. It was a period in which man did not speak from himself
    • were not speaking of himself when he says “Sing to me oh Muse,
    • me, who takes possession of me when I sing and speak.” This first
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    • described in pictorial terms. One has to speak in this way of these
    • his way to something new. In speaking of the course that the external
    • generally speaking, people feel they
    • sulphur-illuminated phantom, so to speak.
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    • from various standpoints; but on the whole we can speak of a work of
    • atmosphere, we can never speak simply of air, for the air always has
    • sulphurised, so to speak, when summer is at its height. When autumn
    • gives us back to the cosmos, so to speak, the stars have their own
    • this; to-day I will speak as though we were still fully involved in
    • Easter Imagination can arise; we will speak of it tomorrow.
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    • enclosed within itself. During the winter the Earth is, so to speak,
    • speak of all such substance as vivified, ensouled beings. Thus we can
    • established part of human freedom. Next time I will speak of
    • speak in later lectures.
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    • were speaking of autumn, I had to name Michael as the most
    • come to the time of sprouting, springing life, we can no longer speak
    • of matter permeated by spirit, as we speak of the Earth in
    • winter. We have to speak of spirit woven through with matter —
    • Imagination. These things are quite real, but I cannot speak of them
    • in the way a physicist speaks of positive and negative, of potential
    • energy and so on. I have to speak in pictures that will come to life
    • it can be experienced by man at this season of St. John, would speak
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    • organism. Anyone who speaks of this peculiar combination of
    • these people talk in speaking of the combustion of oxygen and carbon
    • speak rightly if we
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    • theme on which I propose to speak in these lectures seems to me
    • speak of such a Fifth Gospel and that in fact no title is more
    • order that I may be able to speak about this Fifth Gospel, we
    • already been able to speak on several occasions in this very
    • schooled theologians? No indeed! Comparatively speaking, they
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture II
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    • am speaking of how it was experienced by the Apostles
    • observe them and hear how they were speaking now, they seemed
    • Festival. The decision to speak of these things can only be
    • certain inner reasons it seems necessary to speak of these
    • occurred, of course, both before and since, and to speak of the
    • Spirit in the universe. I do not want to speak of miracles in
    • This is, so to speak, the first knowledge we are able to read
    • it my duty to speak about these things now. What I want to say
    • that times will come when it will be possible to speak of these
    • the near future when it will be possible to speak with greater
    • matter of duty to speak about these things to-day by way of
    • reluctance in speaking as I have done, this was outweighed by
    • was what led me to speak on this subject to you here. When I
    • speak of having overcome reluctance, please take this exactly
    • so to speak, as my karma that the duty is imposed upon me to
    • these things of which it is my duty to speak. This personal
    • something of what lives within me when I speak of the mysteries
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture III
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    • of soul! And the words the Apostles were then able to speak,
    • were able to speak as they did, to work as they did, because
    • speak of them in the words in which this Fifth Gospel has to be
    • reached a point where we must speak about Christ's earthly
    • before I speak of this suffering, I must call your attention to
    • another ... This is how Renan speaks of Christ Jesus. He had
    • lectures we shall be speaking of the Being who came down to the
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture IV
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    • I set myself to the task of speaking to you to-day on the
    • speaking, as I wish to speak in these particular lectures,
    • want to speak to-day of certain happenings in the life of Jesus
    • were saying without himself speaking a word. But while this was
    • who once descended, for example, upon Elias, speaks no
    • longer; but what still speaks” ... and many of the
    • heights ... “what still speaks is a feebler voice, yet a
    • ancient Hebrew teachers would speak no longer in the stream of
    • which I have been speaking. Jesus of Nazareth heard the
    • things we will speak further in the lecture to-morrow.
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    • sensitive to everything that speaks to man from the world of
    • so she tried to comfort him by speaking of all the noble and
    • grew heavy while his mother was speaking in this way, prizing
    • could speak as the great Hillel spoke ... to-day there is
    • ears to hear. It is useless and meaningless to speak of these
    • in this conversation with the mother he went on to speak of
    • to speak of the man who as Jesus of Nazareth had come among
    • Being were actually within him, and he would begin to speak
    • the Apostles would speak — here or there, another —
    • and the people might easily believe that the speaker was Christ
    • scribes speaking together to this effect: It would be possible,
    • wrong one, for they all speak alike. Such an act would be of no
    • that it is a necessity of the times to speak now of this Fifth
    • much prefer not to speak about these matters, but they must be
    • speak about it in the groups, but also say how it ought to be
    • Spirit, Spirit! This is how men speak of the Spirit to-day
    • Soul. Here the man is speaking seriously of daemons, after
    • Being made use of the garments, so to speak, of the ancient
    • was my duty to speak of the Fifth Gospel which is very sacred
  • Title: Lecture: The (Four) Great Virtues
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    • like to speak of the destiny of those who have gone from us in the
    • speak of human virtues we can distinguish four of these which we can
    • of which we should speak as little as possible as we shall see, for
    • virtue which we must consider, if we speak about morality from a
    • to speak the most perfect in our earthly life — those organs
    • Finally we can speak of Temperance, where the seed contained in our
    • do we direct ourselves into life when we learn to speak? Forces of
    • direction work as well when we learn to speak. But the forces which
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • speaking, what is interesting about science is something
    • start of my lectures, to go on to speak of these paths.
    • ways of knowledge must be different. We shall be speaking of
    • tomorrow's lecture, where I shall be speaking about the special
    • of life of which I speak stands in no sort of opposition to the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 2: Psychology
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    • functions is, strictly speaking, only indirect knowledge,
    • must be apparent to the impartial observer today, I speak to
    • philosophical standpoint from which I speak definitely
    • ought not to speak of an “I” at all! For in this
    • human eternity. We rightly speak of immortality; but we ought
    • also to speak of “unborn-ness.” For this now
    • “sense-organ” (to speak loosely) or a spiritual
    • organ (to speak exactly) of vision, so that we not only look at
    • must realize that he has to speak, think and will in
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    • someone who speaks out of the spiritual world gives a lecture
    • cannot speak of such a “solution,” for the reason
    • what I have to say today. Today, I shall speak rather about the
    • meant something different from what we mean when we speak of a
    • perceived only a quarter, so to speak, of the problem.
    • philosophy of life of which I have been speaking seeks to
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    • — by youthful science and knowledge, so to speak, as
    • speaking in the last few days. Yet there is a dream-like
    • world and himself, he could speak of “ideology;” it
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    • With the kinds of knowledge I have been speaking of in the last
    • psychic walls, so to speak. This in turn has repercussions on
    • speaks, with spiritual entities and forces. After the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • fellow-men. It is, of course, easier to speak of social
    • that — to speak somewhat sweepingly — there is
    • social impulses. But when people speak of social needs, they
    • to speak, of very recent times, is also suited, as it stands,
    • present. Nowadays, we speak in rather inexact terms, for the
    • was in her personality. Yet when you heard her speak from
    • the platform, her way of speaking was ... well, I will quote an
    • Rosa Luxemburg: they speak about society without the power in
    • social aspect of man. To speak of society is possible if, with
    • in this age of severe social tribulation, to speak of the age
    • trying to speak about social life once more and to take an
    • short while before, were speaking with incredible confidence of
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • date it has only been possible, generally speaking, to extend
    • you listen to the way educated Englishmen speak about Europe,
    • very diluted form, metaphorically speaking; so that,
    • else too: what strikes him is that, within the German-speaking
    • Well, it was proper to speak of the “vanity” of a
    • birth-place for vital thought, will speak, not perhaps of a
    • speak of being able to solve the social problem all at once,
    • shall not be able to speak of solutions, but of a vital human
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • speak, and giving it its value. Those who look more closely,
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • able to speak in such a way that we are not felt to be academic
    • speak from a party viewpoint, to provide the people with
    • could see that, if only you will speak out of your full
    • what a man will say if he is willing to speak freely —
    • speak — part of a philosophy of life.
    • ourselves, however much we may deny it, speak, even in
    • social humanity, so to speak, at the present time; to look at
    • of will. Many people, indeed, believe that they can speak to
    • which is the gulf, so to speak, that the cosmos sends into us
    • also know that to speak of drives, instincts, and all the other
    • things that people are always speaking of nowadays, is to
    • nature. When we speak of drives, instincts and the like in man,
    • we mean only the psyche obscured, so to speak, by our own
    • outlook. In speaking of our human make-up as it really is, we
    • supposed to speak about political economy. But I always arrange
    • spiritual science. And you could see that, whereas if you speak
    • much for us here! Yet when you speak of this kind of thing,
    • converse will happen: You wish to speak about these
    • are speaking a language that is not for the people. You already
    • knew this. That was why, when speaking to people who expect a
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    • speaking, have other limitations — limitations that
    • of their rooms, so to speak, something that afterwards
    • man's innermost essence, socially speaking? They believed that,
    • law is being made” — so speaks the democratic
    • allow things to speak to us and shape natural laws accordingly.
    • that of spiritual life, it is for the individual to speak. In
    • the democratic sphere of law, it is for all men to speak, since
    • speaking in Germany to a fairly small group of working-men
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • to such things, one never speaks of these who are present, and never
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    • one never speaks of these matters to those who are present, and
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    • that from which it really became possible. Let us speak for a
    • so to speak of the Old Moon, — (you can read [about] this
    • which St. Augustine was speaking, and for which there is no
    • shall speak further on this point in the next two lectures.
    • which we shall speak further tomorrow, can one find a real
    • in your souls. We shall then have to speak of that which is
    • speaking of religion but of Theology) is
  • Title: The Social Question and Theosophy
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    • world will know what a distinct language these facts speak. It
    • have a distant future in mind when we speak of awakening higher
    • that speak of how many people have what one must have as
    • Look at statistics. They speak a distinct language. But what
    • with the same sober objectivity with which I would speak of any
    • lived in these or those outer conditions. Thus speaks, for
    • then one comes to the correct view. He also speaks of a
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    • although we must speak with the inaccuracy inevitable in
    • manner. But the secret and mysterious should speak from such
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    • on what they are meant to illumine. He used the phrase, speaking of
    • While he speaks from the heights of the spiritual world as
    • of his philosophy. We shall have to speak of this in the last two
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    • point of view just described. It is not my task here to speak for or
    • factor, and letting the matter speak for itself. This exclusion of
    • speak of purification or catharsis, as it was called in the old
    • evoked, in so far as it cannot speak to mere concept capacity.
    • lead deeper into the nature of a thing, speaking however to other
    • only the nature of things to speak, so that he says: whatever
    • things something which can speak not to thought at all, but only to
    • thought possibilities, things which speak to one's soul and the
    • characterize every figure in it, I should have to speak not for three
    • to speak stationary: the mineral, the vegetable and the animal
    • When Goethe speaks of the sacrifice of the idea and the soul-material,
    • nature. When Faust speaks of his father, who was an alchemist, and
  • Title: Goethe's Secret Revelation: Lecture III
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    • ‘The Prologue in Heaven’ where God speaks with
    • speak in direct way of the real grandeur and meaning of these
    • ‘My sorrow speaks to an unknown crowd,
    • speaks out of such Eastern writings. It seems as if the gods
    • themselves desired in them to speak with men to express the wisdom
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    • Faust was to be taken. The words Mephistopheles was to speak as
    •  He leaps and dances, speaks a tender word.
    • ‘I want to speak! Listen to me, all ye who
    • he who has professed evil faiths with his tongue. I shall speak of
    • has taught me. Whosoever will not hear His Words, as I speak them,
    • of Faust, when Mephistopheles speaks of the ‘Mothers,’
    • re-incarnated?’ We must keep in mind that a poet is speaking
    • this cottage. Here there is a last remnant of egoism which speaks
    • Next we meet those people who are, so to speak, the
    • souls into it. And then we see how Goethe lays down, so to speak,
    • where he speaks of the spiritual world from his own
    • exhortation to mankind, that when someone speaks of a thing in the
    • In such words could Goethe speak of the way to the
    • spiritual world. In such words could he speak of the powers of the
  • Title: World History: Lecture I: Evolution of the Soul and of Memory
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    • speak, but was conscious of his own head; he felt the head as
  • Title: World History: Lecture II: Mysteries of 'Asia'
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    • evolution (we are now speaking of what may rightly be called
    • speaks of the cosmic and super-sensible, where does he think it
    • devoid of spirit. To speak as we do, of oxygen and nitrogen
    • these ancient peoples speak of that Hierarchy which embraces
    • This is, however, broadly speaking, the substance of oriental
    • in the middle — later on we shall have to speak more
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • are speaking he had already experienced many Earth
    • seeing that the two personalities of whom we are speaking were
    • was living an after-death existence, to speak and act through
    • speaking, it was a matter of clear and exact knowledge to man
    • organisms, and out of that which was, so to speak, ‘imagined’
    • spoke in Stuttgart and of whom I am speaking to you again here,
  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • else too had taken place, of which I shall speak presently, he
    • especially drawn to what happens when the human being speaks,
    • impressed certain words that the human being speaks. Whilst
    • man has the air-rhythms when he speaks. But along with his
    • speaking goes a wave-like surging and seething of the whole
    • Thus, when we speak, we have to do with three things: air,
    • microcosm, when he speaks on the outgoing breath, so was
    • whom we have been speaking. Verily it was as though a torrent
    • barbarians with civilised mankind, creating so to speak an
    • speak to-day of the earth-element, the water-element, the
    • like Alexander not merely could, but did actually speak in such
    • when I tell you how Alexander began to speak in this way: I
    • manner of speaking that was as closely bound up with the
    • history.. In those days it was still possible to speak in an
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • the Gods. The God, so to speak, came in his phantom or
    • the same time, the Mysteries of Ephesus were, so to speak, the
    • of the astral light is, comparatively speaking, easy for one
    • so to speak, in advance, and one that had remained behind. The
  • Title: World History: Lecture VI: Mysteries of the Ancient Near East Enter Europe
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    • shadow-pictures, — the remains, so to speak, that were
    • which the Gilgamesh Epic relates, we cannot speak of a
    • memory of past ages in the Cosmos, we must speak of a
    • speak of a soul-world bordering on the spiritual world, on the
    • Herostratus. He was, so to speak, the last #8224 stretched out
    • actually is, as though he had, so to speak, grown out beyond
    • when we speak! We speak with our heart and with our lungs, we
    • speak right down to our diaphragm and below it! We cannot say
    • that speaking lives as intensely in the whole human being as do
    • the art of speaking; thinking was all that mattered. The
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • rather of the Spirit that is in Nature. To-day, when we speak
    • of man and his constitution as physical man, we speak,
    • distance — comparatively speaking — away from the
    • took place, the whole macrocosm speaks. In the germ or seed
    • possibility of speaking about the healthy and the diseased
    • course, when we speak in quite an ordinary way, we may say:
    • make up the nervous system, and so forth. I will speak further
  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • character was devoted. And to-day you will allow me to speak to
    • in history and that can speak powerfully to the human heart
    • even in external historical tradition, but that speaks with
    • so. I am not speaking in mere pictures. I am relating a
    • whence the language of Heaven can speak. And so we find in
    • third of the nineteenth century, is born a longing to speak to
    • to speak with abstract words; to speak spiritually demands the
    • Who have to speak to modern humanity, was given to us in the
    • that what was spoken from the platform in ideas should speak on
    • Thus are the words that speak from epoch to epoch in human
    • has but to speak these words, and thoughts unutterable
    • in our hearts the words that I was able to speak to you over
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    • Fundamentally speaking, it was this that was demanded by the
    • Dornach. If we were to speak of what it is hoped to develop in
    • speaking as he did, Dr. Zeylmans also indicated what attitude
    • Speaking:
    • Speaking:
    • Speaking:
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    • circulating blood. Life-force, if I may speak in this
    • flowing, etheric world, so to speak. And with this flowing,
    • can really speak of a time-body, for a man becomes aware
    • to speak, really to speak, from the other side of existence.
    • spiritual world begins to speak; but it is a language to which
    • make use of sense-qualities and sense-impressions in speaking
    • soul. The spiritual world now speaks to you through the silence
    • Anthroposophy does not speak from philosophical speculations
    • elementary Anthroposophy, if I may speak thus. And when anyone
    • speak of exact mathematics, in contrast with the mystical,
    • shell, so to speak, of what was proclaimed within through the
    • — all this was like an admonition to speak in a manner
    • was like a continuous challenge to the speaker to put his
    • that the building had a symbolic meaning, he speaks as one who
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    • member of all humanity, we are generally speaking, already far more
    • into the physical and etheric bodies, so to speak, and they bring
    • effective working of Christ Jesus (and of this we shall speak
    • speak like this to-day) — he knew that those social
    • Science. It is extraordinarily difficult to speak of these things.
    • deal depends on it. It is not enough to speak abstractly on the
    • Truth. It is an anachronism to speak to-day in the same sense of
    • be done simply by speaking of these things, but by grasping the
    • Now of this we shall speak further to-morrow.
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    • strictly speaking, lies at the root of all works of human
    • speaking, we do this in all works of art. We do just the same
    • that today when we speak of the spiritual, people can form no
    • If you speak to them of the realm of true life, if you say
    • happen that if you are speaking today to a gathering of
    • the other as art. In art today we are fond of speaking of
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    • belongs to the head, we must, even if we are merely speaking
    • significance, for fundamentally speaking, in our present
    • relatively the most important. Hence I must ever speak of its
    • head-clairvoyance speaks preferably of man himself,
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    • statement, when speaking of virtue, which we cannot
    • which speaks from man to man; but Anthroposophy should bring
    • indeed still speak of truth, but when the general life and
    • part of the soul of which we have to speak in Anthroposophy
    • than that which speaks from one human soul to the other. He
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture I
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    • A dominant scientist, this scholar speaks of the significance
    • good bit of the honesty of our age because this person speaks
    • moralistic lectures speak to him of
    • speaking about him, for many this Goethe period belongs to the
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    • cannot speak further at present.
    • will continue to speak of the relationships of life as they may
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    • speaking generally, sleeping and waking are really a sort of
    • cyclic movement. Strictly speaking, the ego and astral body are
    • circulated about educated horses that can speak and do all
    • to speak, are far more compulsory than those of man. Human
    • side. The world must be protected, so to speak, from standing
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    • that is, the fine manner of speaking so much admired today,
    • Sun, and Moon. It is a peculiar fact that when one speaks as a
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    • over the world. How could one deny that many people today speak
    • I will introduce here because I am speaking of vocational life in
    • it difficult to speak of and decipher, not in mere empty
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    • speak to his wife because he had left something quite heavy
    • am speaking is no longer alive — he produced a very
    • speak. Alfred Baron von Berger wrote that remarkable story,
    • is, of course, difficult to speak about these things,
    • difficult to speak of these things; indeed, in a certain sense,
    • it is not possible to speak, even though it is so necessary to
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    • the sixties of the last century! Mill, who speaks first of his
    • right places and use the right words; that is, words that speak
    • view of the world of which Mill and Herzen speak. Indeed, it is
    • science, which speaks of these things in an honest, upright
    • also give the impression that he is speaking from profound
    • world. If we wish to speak in a fruitful way about the karma of
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    • speak with these gentlemen concerning thoughts and those life
    • refrain from speaking my mind. For twenty years now, and indeed
    • shall speak again tomorrow of how conditions arise under which
    • course of these lectures we shall have to speak about the deep
    • still speak about an ego that distinguishes man from animal.
    • this single day had the effect of reversing, so to speak, the
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    • the spiritual world. We speak, as you know, of spiritual
    • and so forth; we speak of these kingdoms of the higher
    • super-sensible worlds just as we speak of the animal, plant,
    • speak of Him? When a man speaks of his god in a justifiable
    • because it bears within it a certain germ in that men speak of
    • in surrendering to this phantasm, each speaks of his own god;
    • author speaks of the “high priest of the dogs!”
    • boundless pride that they are speaking of God, whereas they are
    • speaking only of an angel, and incompletely at that. In the
    • little; something of which he speaks a great deal at times but
    • ice and it is not possible to speak of it in our day.
    • profound investigations, but I would have to speak for months
    • impossible when a person is really speaking of Christ. So the
    • brotherhoods, it is most futile of all to speak because they do
    • ancient times because in speaking with words we must speak with
    • and, with the same power with which one could still speak of
    • to speak the mystery formulas to one to whom they should not be
    • He is a real power. Now, while we are speaking about karma, we
    • We can speak of these two as the originators of it, at least in the
    • sense in which today we speak of it and everything connected with it.
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    • indicated today — and if we may still continue to speak here,
    • Following all this, I now want to speak about a report that our
    • things mentioned today. That is why I speak with
    • book. As I said, I am speaking in this supplement to our
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    • speaking, simply as a kind of glowing ball in universal
    • other peoples? When Balfour speaks today about the relation
    • the most intelligent of the speakers. And from the discussion
    • felt himself obliged, it seems, to speak as he was accustomed
    • to follow the same theme that he used in speaking to his
    • force, the matter and force of which physicists speak, beyond
    • saying: Just listen: So and so has been speaking quite
    • speak of this further tomorrow.
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    • else of which we are going to speak. (see diagram 3) Let us
    • suppose we have to note down as senses: hearing, speaking,
    • speaking as having had so great an influence on politics from
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    • sense in speaking of Helios, the soul-Sun, or for that matter
    • and a new birth, to speak of a shining sphere in the way it
    • meaning when we speak of the spiritual-Sun Plato still
    • there is nothing there I am not speaking quite
    • all this ultimately of which we have been speaking but an
    • when we do this, my dear friends, that we are able to speak
    • speak of it in connection with the world of the higher
    • angels, archangels and so on, to speak of the higher self
    • without reference to this world, means that we are speaking
    • a week, perhaps, we shall be speaking of them) shall we
    • sense in speaking of this figure only if we have first spoken
    • There is no sense in speaking of this figure if our gaze is
    • possibility of thus speaking was lost. And gradually the
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • recovery sets in, and a rise takes place so to speak in
    • followed, a speaker said, that the following argument was
    • strictly speaking, something that must not rise
    • (A speaker said: There were other
    • life. The speaker would ask: “Can one hope to
    • speaker asked; How the demands of consumption are to
    • speaker said, That amongst the underlying causes of the
    • speaker asked: How could the over-production in
    • but only by a progress, so to speak, in the ways of life.
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    • practically speaking, the whole of the Threefold propaganda
    • continual crescendo in the way of speaking; why the words
    • — then we shall once more have something that can speak
    • to men in such a way, that the speaking has power to call
    • paper, — that the old parties, practically speaking, no
    • all in vain. And therefore, to-day, it is necessary to speak
    • Where people speak in this way on behalf of a cause, with
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    • the unconscious ego. He speaks about all sorts of things that
    • have no wish to speak about all the rubbish he has said
    • speaks in such a way that he thinks over everything he says,
    • continues to speak.
    • not only when we speak, but also in connection with what goes
    • pictures arise, when speaking in the ordinary way, or when
    • then he only speaks eternally about spirit, and perhaps even
    • is, in speaking of an intuitive thinking, of intuition living
    • in our thinking, we are really speaking about the spirit-soul
    • But I also know that the paradox I am going to speak about,
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    • of Wilson speaking in his lectures about the American people.
    • further lectures in addition to this one where he speaks
    • realize it is probably a bit much to speak about this growing
    • who have often heard me speak know that I mention personal
    • if they found that we have constantly to speak about the great
    • we say. If we do not speak about something because we
    • and if we ask: How would they speak today if they were to speak
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture III: The Supersensible Being of Man
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    • if we are to speak about the ways and methods employed in
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture IV: Nature of Anthroposophy
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    • reach. Serious and exact researchers do indeed already speak
    • see, the one who speaks from anthroposophical points of view
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    • necessary to have to speak about a mystery when dealing with
    • human soul life, than he would have to speak about the presence
    • necessary to have to speak about a human mystery in
    • are we to understand this? I would have to speak for hours if I
    • are speaking is present in the same way in our day
    • many respects if one speaks about Goethe's Theory of Color. It
    • describe it, because I do not want to speak about the
    • science of spirit or anthroposophy we speak of a fine etheric
    • did some important teaching in Switzerland. He speaks out of
    • course, only a philosopher can speak like that who is not at
    • When we speak about nature we do not content ourselves
    • world, but in looking at the being of the earth we speak of
    • could be allowed to speak for themselves so that one has a
    • professor, speaks in a similar vein: Christianity does not
    • can only mention this very briefly. I would have to speak for a
    • — Thus speaks a first class scientist at the end of an
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    • Eurythmy, the Visual Expression of the Speaking Soul,
    • must speak for itself. An explanation of any kind is not in
    • itself. The natural joy of a child learning to speak may be
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    • speaks of the connections of nature, it is, as a rule, merely
    • uniform thing. When I naw speak of knowledge, I mean not merely
    • Rabindranath Tagore speak.
    • To speak
    • if these gentlemen externally speak of Christ, and so on),
    • judgment. All this must be said, if one speaks of how
    • must cultivate in himself a sense for truth! When one speaks
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    • Universe which we see when we speak so the starry world from
    • which one has in mind when one speaks of the normal
    • to him, when one speaks in the sense of true Spiritual
    • to seek the balance between the two. One cannot speak of
    • equilibrium in the same definite way as one can speak of
    • question of our speaking of Cosmic beings as better than
    • in this Cosmic age. Just consider that we must really speak
    • same things we will speak further in the next lecture.
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    • want to speak to you once more because I consider it
    • should particularly like to speak of all that, as far as its
    • shall just speak about it in that sense without giving names.
    • speaks from one's writing desk to present-day men, in a real
    • employees of the Daimler works are sitting. As I am speaking
    • that the moment I enter I should know how I am to speak to
    • speaks, not to the brains of his audience but out of his own
    • his experiences to speak about the animal kingdom, assume
    • that in speaking he wants to make the following
    • the temerity to speak about the spirit out of real knowledge
    • of the animal world. Or one may speak of the necessity of
    • of what, strictly speaking, has arisen during the centuries
    • allowed even to speak of the spirit? In part it is due to
    • this dogma. But neither may one speak of the soul. Of the
    • faiths claim it as their prerogative to speak of the soul
    • ordinary man's province to speak of soul and spirit; belongs
    • to those who speak to people from the standpoint of some
    • physics — but to speak of material processes? If in any
    • Archai. No one has the right to speak of animal kingdom,
    • speaking of these things we are speaking of realities. The
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    • want to speak to you about the cultural life of our present
    • from which I want to speak to-day is to indicate that a
    • but when one speaks of this living spiritual power to-day it
    • perfectly well how I ought to speak to these people; I know
    • how to put things to them because I speak from out of the
    • stands within the Living Spirit, speaks out from hie
    • I had spoken as my correspondent would have had me speak,
    • which work in the animal kingdom, he might nave to speak in
    • knowledge of the animal kingdom, to speak of the Spirit! Or
    • again, one might speak. of the necessity for bringing
    • speak of an individual spirit. Then the scientists and
    • not speak of the Spirit? This has come about again as a
    • themselves the sole right to speak of the soul, and also of
    • his rights when he speaks of soul and spirit because such
    • matters are a monopoly of those who speak to humanity from
    • Chemistry, Physics, to speak about except “materiel
    • processes.” When something lights up and they speak of
    • Angels, Archangels and Archai. It is not correct to speak of
    • nonsense to speak of them in regard to future humanity. In
    • are of no account and there is no sense in speaking of
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    • like to speak about today will be best explained if I start
    • surface of the Earth to be of a spherical shape. Speaking for
    • experiences have changed their character. I am here speaking
    • To speak in
    • speaking to him about aesthetics and Carriere — who was a
    • consider who the person is who is speaking
    • If one speaks of these things of course many people are hurt.
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    • deeply into the material world that he is no longer speaking
    • me to the speaker's desk and left a great many still outside
    • our higher sense-perceptions through the eye, we speak of the
    • speaking, the element we speak of in a representative sense
    • as the light, just as we speak of gravity in a representative
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    • Goethe's words but wholly in sympathy with it if we speak of
    • evolution is in question we speak of “original
    • is — can be exhausted if we speak of original sin in the
    • necessary to speak of two original sins. Certainly one of
    • Strictly speaking no colour, no line, appear in nature
    • to speak of it even in our own soul) that we have been
    • is widened and we find that, strictly speaking, what I have
    • one of which, however, I shall be speaking about. To begin
    • way we can make the form speak, how, deep in our
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • visions that come to him, it is legitimate to speak of
    • bodily, physical instrument. I cannot speak at length to-day
    • the seer speaks of the aura and of colours in what he sees,
    • speaks of seership, of clairvoyance, the usual idea is that
    • who speak it.
    • speaking of certain matters first and others later, or again
    • speaks of things of the spiritual world, not so much what he
    • he speaks. More and more it will be necessary for men to
    • impressions he is speaking out of the spiritual world. And so
    • speak on this subject from an angle that will seem to savour
    • will; he can sink down into this realm and then speak of
    • lives in space. The scientist speaks of matter, of substance,
    • Philistines may speak of degeneration in such cases) such a
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    • easy-going minds can still speak with irritation about the complicated
    • and have no inkling of the fact that when they speak of this ‘simplicity
    • essential in order to be able to speak, to understand what is spoken,
    • and Chaldean peoples—not to speak of the ancient Persians and
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    • statement, when speaking of virtue, which we cannot
    • which speaks from man to man; but Anthroposophy should bring
    • indeed still speak of truth, but when the general life and
    • part of the soul of which we have to speak in Anthroposophy
    • than that which speaks from one human soul to the other. He
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    • I should like to speak to you about a certain aspect of the Mystery
    • When we speak of the beginning of earth existence, of the
    • speak of this beginning we must make clear to ourselves that
    • Naturally, I cannot today during this short hour speak of all
    • of speaking about the estate of the divine teachers of
    • and death. And nowhere else will it be possible to speak of the
  • Title: Christianity in the Evolutionary Course of Modern Mankind
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    • regard, and here also we shall speak again about more complicated
    • individualities who from the beginning, so to speak, have
    • speak of this soul sphere, we may say nevertheless that however
    • evolution, to descend vicariously, so to speak, into just such
    • himself, so to speak, without experiencing anything here
    • can speak first of one such mission; and in order not
    • simply realize clearly that the Hebrew literature which speaks
    • were, in order to speak to the Hebrew people in an
    • advanced person would have to speak to a lowly tribe. He would
    • them to wear these as a garment, so to speak. There was inwoven
    • historical events when he was speaking of the Christ. He
    • forward. First it was, so to speak, the memory
    • of Nazareth, so to speak. Wholly sentient soul of Jesus of
    • more, so to speak, toward the astral body; hence the copy of
  • Title: Eternal Soul of Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • When one speaks in the present time of the
    • general do we come to speak of the dreams that arise out of the
    • sleeping state — in general so to speak — so that
    • see, we have not yet attained that silence which I now speak of
    • as the deep silence of the soul. When one speaks of the silence
    • should actually speak with full responsibility about the exact
    • speak, that coarser part that is bound to the physical body;
    • things we are not speaking now of philosophical speculations,
    • so to speak, turns away quickly; it is fleeting. That which
    • Anthroposophy wants to speak to people of
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • to whom the Bible and religion no longer speak. But modern
    • basis that will speak to the most erudite and also the
    • investigators, people who can speak about the supersensible
    • could still speak on the
    • as natural science, it would speak to the human soul and
    • spiritual science speaks. The supersensible is not treated as
    • speaks about the supersensible. I have often made clear by
    • science speaks, the situation is exactly the same.
    • who relates many specific details. He speaks about what
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • not that of which natural science speaks. The life body or
    • ether body, and will no longer speak of “limits of
    • one who speaks it: the little word “I.” No one
    • we speak of the physical body in a spiritual-scientific
    • the human body. I shall have to speak in similes if I am to
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    • exist, that unspeakable pain can come about in a life without
    • speaks of a rebirth of the spirit which, having flowed into
    • a certain form. We speak of material form, of life that
    • the living form. Thus, we speak of the three stages: physical
    • only then can we speak of the lower form of consciousness,
    • generally speaking from a unity in humans must separate; a
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    • with evil. In the animal kingdom one can speak of ferocity
    • consequently, we ought not to speak of a person's physical
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • expresses the fact that what speaks is the soul's primordial
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture V: Illness and Death
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    • People who speak like that have no notion of the arrogance
    • other sciences, spiritual science cannot speak in such an
    • characteristic. In the main we shall speak only of human
    • strictly speaking, only these organs that come into being
    • speak, mainly from the physiological viewpoint, about the
    • it as something that speaks only to the intellect, but if the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • name is actually misleading; one cannot speak of the spirit
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    • throughout nature. Strictly speaking, it is only a human
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • obtained. That is why religion speaks of the ordeal by fire
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • We shall speak
    • initiation is revealed to him; to speak in Goethe's sense:
    • speak. The power to recognize the great World-Self is
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    • that to speak about an artist from a particular
    • would have thought of it before speaking. It must be borne in
    • able to speak. The artist lives and creates according to
    • be made that Wagner did not speak about things that will be
    • people, educated and uneducated alike, speak of mysticism as
    • Although history does not speak of it, his vision was true
    • also speaks when showing that everything in the world
    • aware that even natural science speaks of an Atlantean
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    • godlike within human beings must speak. It begins to speak in
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    • had previously given. It was, so to speak, a direct message from the
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    • should not speak of man's knowledge, but of the complete man manifesting
    • wisdom, warm with feeling and speaking of the beauty of the cosmos, the
    • reality within his own soul. The Western man speaks of the world of ideas
    • through him. In Greece the poet let the Muse speak through him to his
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    • vicinity of the head. Strictly speaking, when we are asleep,
    • without speaking metaphorically, that in the most remote epochs
    • essentially speaking, they had the same thoughts, feelings and
    • Now, however, a time came — speaking generally, in the
    • to speak, drawn into the sense organisation. I might
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    • filled out these bodies. And from that time onwards we speak
    • walk, to speak and to become independent.
    • When speaking of the last Judgement, Christ says in his
    • speaks of the Word that existed upon the earth from the very
    • could again hear and speak with his physical senses, he uttered
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    • to-day, it is necessary to speak in the form of images which
    • be needed if one were to speak: in the form of concepts and not
    • element, so that we can also speak of a soul and spirit
    • mineral earth. When we speak of the consciousness of the earth,
    • speak of the earth's consciousness, we must think of it as
    • shall not speak of the change in the earth's consciousness
    • these two beings. We can speak of a consciousness
    • speak of a consciousness pertaining to the whole vegetable
    • govern human consciousness. When we speak of the consciousness
    • awake. We therefore speak of all the plants upon the earth as a
    • When we speak of this consciousness, which therefore
    • earth's mineral consciousness, when we speak of this
    • Zarathustra speaks of twelve thousands of years, the twelve
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    • one side ego and astral body, so to speak, hold together, and on the
    • here this way. We must speak of seven year periods as you know; of the
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    • at all. Altogether, one did not speak during that old Light Age of illness
    • in the manner that one still speaks today of illness, but will speak
    • did not speak of illness, but said right out: Death exists and He
    • So in those olden times one did not speak of illness and health when
    • Why did one speak that way?
    • a somewhat different type at that time, but one can nevertheless speak
    • to speak,through his destiny, he had decided about the place on earth
    • The plants were, so to speak, drinking the cosmos light and man in turn
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    • days to speak about important but rather difficult aspects of
    • speak about, I would say “necessity in world events and
    • if you speak nowadays of Ahriman and Lucifer, you are
    • it is really a dreadful superstition to speak of one. We speak
    • future I hope I can speak about this extinct part of human
    • very confusion we were speaking about. This confusion is
    • must not just speak of the human physical body but also of the
    • speak, to this physical event of their earthly lives and gain a
    • today (we shall come to speak of this fact in its particular
    • one cannot speak of immortality of the soul. Here we have
    • various points of view, and we will speak of still further
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    • are, so to speak, lost in the woods and imagining we are making
    • no physicist would hesitate to speak about them, so
    • thankless labor. ... The wretched Faust speaks an
    • objectively eliminated themselves, so to speak. The man
    • by my sympathy and antipathy. Naturally the man I was speaking
    • all of us here: I who am speaking and you who are listening. I
    • would not be able to speak as I do if it were not for
    • Nowadays we speak of angels, archangels, archai, and so on.
    • speaking, we can be subjective only in the present. As soon as
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    • pupils, and have a certain faith in it. If you, so to speak,
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    • at the world, we can really only speak of necessity.
    • Broadly speaking, you will find all this analyzed, though more
    • moved forward or backward in time. But speaking generally we
    • speaking of the physical body, we ought really to say we grow
    • freely comply with a necessity, so to speak, does this give us
    • necessity we speak of working our way up to the beings who bend
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • longer be able to speak of an I. Philosophers are
    • they speak of. If we speak of something that really exists, we
    • are speaking of something entirely different.
    • and the counterthrust, so to speak, that this experience
    • do no more than speak of the etheric body, and people in the
    • have to speak of an etheric body, an astral body, and an
    • say to his audience, “When we speak of the human being,
    • we ought really to speak of will. To us scientists that is an
    • soul. In the course of these lectures, he speaks about
    • Ziehen goes on to show that there is no sense in speaking of
    • cannot speak of will at all.
    • mystery. And the most highly acclaimed speakers are the ones
    • speak about the Christ in as vague a way as possible, appealing
    • metaphorically speaking, he falls down with a loud thud as a
    • speak about the Mystery of Golgotha in the right way, and do
    • spiritual science if you tell them, “We speak of the
    • people speak, as though in a kind of dream, about outer
    • So when we speak of the true I, we actually have to
    • speak of the I that wills. Therefore I also had to show
    • science speaks of the I. To show you that he simply
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    • these things in their seeing, speaking and thinking. The
    • (naturally you must take this in the right way, I am speaking
    • speaks to them chiefly in nouns. It to noticeable that when a
    • noun is turned into a verb they begin to understand. Speak to
    • they had heard nothing. Change the noun into a verb and speak
    • ourselves, in those, that is, who speak with the dead. And
    • concretely. To speak of a germ does not generally mean that a
    • gradually into their language, into their speaking into their
    • imaginatively, pictorially, when they speak.
    • conventional use of words. Who today in speaking of
    • speak; it creates innumerable connections that only need to
    • behind every noun and make it a practice not always to speak
    • of light and sound, but to speak of what illumines, of what
    • adjective is much better than the noun. I'm speaking much
    • “diligence”. When you speak of “the
    • speaking of it for the most part, everything significant is
    • something from a standpoint”. To speak in concrete
    • when one speaks of seeing a thing from a standpoint—for
    • one speaking concretely the only possible conception is that
    • be speaking of spirit, spirit, spirit. Take the word
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    • speak a great deal about the social problem that is
    • so to speak, the culminating point of abstract spiritual
    • can quite, well speak of the early Indian epoch, the early
    • example, nowadays speak now and then with some modifications
    • all speak differently from what was customary in the 18th
    • into genius of speech as such. In poets one can even speak at
    • same. In regard to something I shall speak of next, it does
    • speak of a cabbage as a Kohlkopf; because of its
    • speak, in the way they learn there mingles into the child's
    • learning to speak a heritage brought down from the
    • learning to speak. He who can bring a fine observation to
    • child who is learning to speak. He will only be able to
    • understood. We speak with one another so that the one knows
    • speaks of a table he means a chair, or when speaking of a
    • do so. Indeed, in economic life language is so to speak a
    • life because we happened to be speaking human beings; but we
    • to serve one another without having to speak, we should be
    • speaking we are simply producing sound-gestures, hinting at
    • real pictures, not to try to speak to the dead in words, but
    • different from what the evening says, and midday speaks
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    • shining lights of protestant theology in Berlin strictly speaking in
    • the animal. Strictly speaking man is thoroughly unobservant about his
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    • Spiritual Science speaks. It is naturally not intended, on the part
    • spiritual beings and does not speak in the pantheistic general may about
    • against Spiritual Science—that it speaks oft man being able to
    • [ Note 1 ], for example, speaks about what vision
    • is supposed to be heretical to speak of men coming into direct, conscious
    • way that Rome speaks, but rather as Spiritual Science speaks. Spiritual
    • of Catholic Churches. One has to speak differently to such men from
    • how one speaks in the twentieth century to men soaked through by scientific
    • on the path of human evolution. At this point we can no longer speak
    • to recognise that he must speak not only of a single divinity but of
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    • then supposed to speak to the world as philosophers, is really perfectly
    • pressing on so that they come to this change. I am speaking in Imaginations,
    • For one may speak here of enticement. Then, if you were able to remember,
    • concepts to speaker these things) when man cannot overcome by his conception
    • one simply speaks of things which, if a right relation is to be established
    • speak in such a way that it is not sympathy that becomes dominant but,
    • speak about it to his fellowmen; he keeps the matter to himself. There
    • of which we have been speaking must unconditionally be imparted to mankind.
    • my dear friends. We shall be speaking further next Friday.
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    • We have been speaking of
    • to speak of a great deal about the spiritual world that was different
    • just from the external facts to gather what I have been speaking of.
    • Now in that I am going to say I am not speaking here to you individually,
    • else if we are to speak about things from a certain point of view. What
    • people in the eye the infinite shines towards me; when I hear them speak
    • it is not only physical sound speaking but the divine spiritual being
    • when speaking of such things as these, for the simple reason that people
    • as, for example, Emmanuel Kant, speak—not indeed out of a certain
    • speaks of human nature being fundamentally evil. And how widespread
    • men. To be sure, speaking of these things today, people believe one
    • narrowness of man's horizon speaks in things of this kind. Even in so
    • first arose when they noticed our claim to speak of real spiritual experiences.
    • speaking of these things tomorrow.
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    • We could speak of this point in paradox—had men not taken upon
    • For what strictly speaking
    • holy secret. And language in our time ought to speak of this secret,
    • truly, actually speak of this secret deeply in the same way as it came
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    • is to speak in the terms of outer space.
    • the task of our time is to find the way back to Goethe. Strictly speaking
    • to speak out about this) I have the right to speak about this fairy
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    • a result of a wish from your chairperson we shall speak today
    • experienced in an open lecture like this. When we speak about
    • we need to immediately make a note when we speak about these
    • consciousness, knows which image speaks nobly and which doesn't
    • speak the entire perception of tone, of hearing, the world of
    • world for quite a while. The human being must so to speak go
    • Kamaloka. Here you have, so to speak, not yet freed your
    • are, so to speak, laying a stepping stone in the astral world.
    • to speak, how the soul is formed externally — through
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    • physical plane. Thus we speak as it were in a spiritual
    • and for this reason we must speak about these dangers. We
    • so to speak the yard stick for all which the person will
    • life of feeling. Once and for all we must speak right into the
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    • then develop the right understanding for it. I shall have to speak further
    • On the line dividing the two will be the speaking-desk, on both sides
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    • speaking of the paintings in the cupola, to speak more of many things
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    • Thus speaks
    • ego. He speaks as though his inmost soul were stirred, but
    • Faust — or rather, Goethe makes Faust speak — in
    • speak
    • — the weaving of an inner spirit that actually speaks.
    • begins to speak of the past, of what is left alive out of the
    • again when, later, Faust speaks such beautiful words to
    • that he can speak, whereas no other being, animal, vegetable
    • such things for the simple reason that the way we speak of
    • fathom this being — are speaking about as logically as
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    • knowledge. To speak rather trivially, you can see that there
    • speaking thus to a large congregation, for he himself
    • Not until the final line does Mephistopheles speak
    • speak with humour and irony when these are necessary and in
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    • Fichte could not then speak in the concrete way of Spiritual
    • mother speaks in the empty phrases he learnt there. These are
    • sympathy. And he makes Mephistopheles speak not merely like a
    • where Homunculus is speaking to Mephistopheles, by some
    • infinitely fine, when people speak beautifully of Freedom and
    • all, many who rank today as people of importance speak as the
    • mouth of the Devil when the Devil speaks the truth.
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    • going to speak about this evening I should like to link on to
    • poets, in speaking of the Mysteries, refer to those who were
    • upon the significant manner in which Goethe speaks in this
    • the Roman story-teller whom Goethe read, speaks of the
    • about whichwe cannot speak as of something completed, and
    • things about which their conservative members will not speak.
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    • conceptions of the several epochs. To-day we shall speak
    • fundamentally speaking, was after all but a faint repetition
    • he sees it, only speaks of the woman's beauty, but the words
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    • is difficult as yet to speak in any detail in this
    • speaking.
    • Wright speak for many hours about the solving of the Riddle
    • Spiritual World stand there if, so to speak, it had nothing
    • politician appears upon the scenes to-day, wishing to speak
    • called upon to speak of this. He wishes to make plain how he
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    • wish to stress the fact that I shall not be speaking from the
    • speak briefly of the path by which Goethe arrived at his
    • we shall strive to speak accurately. Much harm is done by the
    • As I said before, I am not speaking to-night from the
    • the point of view of our waking consciousness, we speak here
    • we are speaking with as much truth as when we say of our
    • been speaking,
    • impressive, heart-stirring language they speak! And yet,
    • cannot be completely dealt with in one lecture; we will speak
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    • you speak, for speaking is only learnt in waking day life,
    • then you will know what I mean by saying: In sleep you speak
    • to innumerable people and they speak to you. And what you
    • monitors. They would speak dreadfully severely to our
    • sleep, and might speak to our conscience. The experiences and
    • dream-life. And the moment the Oread begins to speak to
    • think it was Lyell, the modern geologist, speaking.
    • Anaxagoras that the world of which Thales speaks, the world
    • of the English-speaking peoples are also acquainted with
    • the English-speaking peoples do the same. They have various
    • reasons for this, and of one of these I will now speak.
    • always used in these English-speaking schools os initiation)
    • consciousness, the initiates of the English-speaking peoples
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    • phenomena speak for themselves. In this way Goethe brought a
    • material phenomena speak for themselves — that is our
    • nor criticises, realizing he must speak only positiviely; I
    • speaks thus of Monism to one who sees right into the
    • speak today — when an abstract monism of this kind is put
    • different. One speaks indeed, my dear friends, of the
    • of today speaks of the unconscious life of the spirit in the
    • same way as the blind speak of color. They are forced to do
    • speaking peoples, no people stand so high in our affections
    • have to speak of the significance for the present time of all
    • on the one side, we speak in the way we often have to speak.
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    • out of his feeling for the cosmos, and when he speaks of all
    • speaks in Goethe's poem. It might be said that Nereus is the
    • world. It is not very easy to speak on this point, because of
    • that can exist. Certain souls more finely tuned speak indeed
    • when so speaking? That is why very modern and sceptical minds
    • active of the forces of nature — then we are speaking of
    • We will speak
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    • without prejudice speak of what this really involves. In what
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    • in his Faust to speak as he did of the riddle of
    • where Spiritual Science speaks of the supersensible knowledge
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    • things for the future, but in quite a general sense one speaks
    • when one speaks of man, only that world which man traverses
    • would like to speak to you today. But I do not want to speak to
    • shall speak to you of a method of perception which, although it
    • and philosophers who speak of limits to knowledge are right as
    • a shadowy way. Everyone speaks of the shadowy thought compared
    • content, at this moment an unspeakable pain, an unlimited
    • it as an unspeakable pain. But when we live for a while in this
    • to whom he was speaking in the morning. He must really be able
    • only know the one half of eternity, we speak of immortality.
    • philosophical word views speak of insurmountable borders of
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    • post-Atlantean time could speak of lofty spiritual truths. We
    • certainly knew how to speak about the highest spiritual Beings
    • sensory-supersensory image so to speak, to the people. They had
    • peak, so to speak, of the continual “I” the human
    • Second Commandment: You will not speak in error of Me in you,
    • notice from the entire tone, that God speaks through it to
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    • souls, we find so to speak those things closest to us —
    • value. When such knowledge for example speaks about the
    • plant, but so to speak looks at the plant growth over the
    • return, that it so to speak expects everything which the earth
    • speak to us, when they want to tell humankind something like
    • so to speak unaware of the outer physical world; it would have
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    • And here I may say that I should hardly have dared to speak my
    • universe when I speak about Haeckel; for anyone acquainted with
    • will understand that I speak here without prejudice, for I
    • intense sensation, and became, so to speak, a gospel for
    • of which we are speaking. We call this epoch of materialistic
    • results of Haeckel's research constitute, so to speak,
    • world of spirits, he speaks of these sounds:
    • hardly known; and when our opponents speak of it, he who
    • primeval ages of which materialistic science speaks do not
    • speaking, we may say that the soul “selected” a
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    • documents speak for themselves, they largely read into them the
    • subsequently discovered. (Roughly speaking, this is how they
    • in the personalities of whom I am now speaking, the ‘I think’
    • the personalities of whom I am now speaking, it was a profound
    • speaking did indeed imagine the receiving of thoughts as a kind
    • Consciousness Soul. The human beings of whom I am now speaking
    • friends, of which we speak when we say: In the three days after
    • questions of worldview, nothing is there, so to speak, to worry
    • Speaking of the ghosts of the dead, they meant precisely what I
    • so constituted that they were generally aware of the speaking
    • had ceased to speak another would begin. With respect to such
    • active, basically speaking, to this day. The one — albeit
    • speak radically: those who stood under the influence of
    • Anthroposophical Movement speak without reserve in forms of
    • systematic lecture, but to speak to your hearts, albeit calling
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    • like, by way of introduction, to speak of a certain interesting
    • Precisely here in Norway destiny made it necessary to speak of the
    • speaking of the same theme, with its different ramifications, more or
    • it is a question of speaking of extra-terrestrial space. Man has
    • men did not speak of the great mechanical processes in the Universe
    • animal kingdoms. In our age, people speak of what is beyond the Earth
    • avoid scientific scrutiny. Science speaks only of a great system of
    • speak of only one aspect — and even that merely from tradition
    • — of the eternal being of man. We speak of eternity beyond
    • immortality. We do not speak of ‘unborn-ness’ (Ungeborenheit)
    • but until it becomes a natural matter of course to speak of
    • we are in existence now. What, then, is the object of speaking
    • in speaking of the life before birth, one has to appeal to
    • egotism. It is, of course, quite right to speak also of the life after
    • to-day speaks of the fact that the Sun rises in a particular
    • speak of the zodiacal symbols — Aries, Taurus, Gemini, and so
    • is prone to be lost. Basically speaking, then, life makes for a
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    • thoughts. When man speaks to-day of his Spirit, he is actually
    • speaking only of his thoughts, of his more or less abstract thinking.
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    • egotism by speaking only of eternal life after death, not of what was
    • this that I want to speak to-day. For it is in the highest degree
    • But this after all, is something which fundamentally speaking, has
    • pessimism to speak of the decline of the West. But Spengler is
    • actually speaking of the decline of culture, of something that is of
    • epoch demands that men shall speak together of such matters. And it is
    • for this reason that I wanted to speak to you from the general, human
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    • And speaking of Fichte, here is a single lecture given by Rudolf
    • had heard just before. He paused to meditate and then, speaking as
    • by the outbreak of the French Revolution. We can, so to speak,
    • Zurich a school of public speaking. For he believed that through
    • is, so to speak, confirmed by the observations of the senses. But
    • he was aware that he must speak in quite a special way. Fichte's whole
    • had, so to speak, overheard in his meditative conversations with
    • German nation, on its highest level, and speaking from the depth of
    • any other man, that he represented the German soul speaking, at the
    • speaks between his soul and that of his hearers, so that we seek to
    • every single lecture; so that when he had finished speaking, he
    • all, directly as if he were a living presence speaking out
    • teacher's chair at Jena and later when, as he said, he was speaking
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    • quite primitively, yet they could speak in a very real and living way
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    • IS MORE than a year since I was able to speak here about those
    • speak to you here last time we let our spiritual gaze journey far
    • world. We shall speak about a subject that will apparently lead us
    • We are going to speak of one of the greatest and most penetrating
    • forth page by page as it speaks to us, will experence, page by page,
    • this soul, to have knowledge of him who is speaking such sublime
    • souls can do better because they speak not only to understanding but
    • who speaks to Socrates.
    • death he speaks to them of the immortality of the soul. Many people
    • man speaks to his pupils on the immortality of the soul, it can
    • same. But Socrates speaks in the hour that immediately precedes his
    • speak about immortality to the pupils he is leaving behind in the
    • the situation under which he speaks them. Let us take all the power
    • just said.” I know too that those who speak like this do not
    • evolution. Of what does Krishna speak? Of I, and I,
    • else than I speaks from out the teaching of Krishna.
    • that speaks in Krishna. It does indeed seem to us as though through
    • When we are speaking
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    • of St. John, and again on a later occasion in speaking of the Gospel
    • through which Krishna, God, is to speak to him. Here in this first
    • speaks to him. In the first four discourses we observe three
    • Thus speaks Krishna,
    • strange that while for all of you it is quite natural to speak of a
    • to Archangels and Angels, these are beings who must speak to the
    • understanding we speak in concepts and ideas. Krishna speaks to
    • It is easy to speak of
    • Science, speaking in it about Saturn, Sun and Moon evolutions, and
    • Arjuna. We shall speak of this more in detail tomorrow. He describes
    • level of consciousness. We shall still have to speak of Yoga, and
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    • speaking of present-day man, for even in ancient Greece the human
    • he would speak of light-air, or air-light. On the physical plane
    • Beings. In the physical world we often speak of the forces of nature.
    • to speak of that still higher realm through which man ordinarily
    • to prepare the way today by speaking of man's ascent into the third
    • strange and wondrous truths that Krishna speaks to Arjuna —
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    • Just imagine someone trying to speak before such an audience as this,
    • question to speak of these things as we do now, at any time from the
    • speak, ought we therefore to refrain from teaching them to speak?”
    • himself allows Darwinism to speak through every page of his writing.
    • self-conscious life of men. In this connection we can speak of a
    • speak to Arjuna in words saturated through and through with
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    • speak intelligently and intelligibly about such a work as the
    • speak of it today. At most one could say that in ancient India
    • important point. We have tried to describe their natures, speaking of
    • bring to mankind’s ears the voice that should speak of slaying
    • speak to the individual man speaks through Krishna to Arjuna. The
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    • argument one would speak the same fallacy as if someone were to say,
    • what we call the Lemurian Age, the beginning, strictly speaking, of
    • charioteer. The manifestation of this special soul, speaking through
    • all that has happened in the past. True science will not only speak
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    • he has to speak in words altogether permeated by those shades of
    • we shall speak more fully in the last lecture
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    • classified, and he also speaks to him of the different ways men may
    • entered we may call the Jesus-path if we would speak in an occult
    • their imperfection than the present speaker. But the endeavor has
    • months have shown — and my speaking here on this significant
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    • which we shall have to speak — to pass beyond the standpoint of
    • or value. But as we are speaking about regions of the soul-life so
    • various other inner moral qualities. Of these we shall have to speak
    • speaking, people lack sufficient perseverance for the kind of
    • Whether we are speaking of Eastern Mysteries or Western Mysteries, all
    • phrases mean and must be capable, so to speak, of living in two worlds
    • are, so to speak, transparent, that he sees through everything. But at
    • moment a new world is taken from him. We shall have to speak more in
    • he is, so to speak, an undifferentiated unity with the whole world
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    • not speak of this death at present. But there are other deaths. There
    • There are many theories of political economy. I need not speak about
    • waking or sleeping person. Also when he has, so to speak, laid aside
    • if the Sun were speaking, as if it were looking down on the plants and
    • need what I can send them! Exactly as the Sun might speak to the plant
    • speak of his ego. And just as he learns to speak of his ego with
    • reference to his physical and etheric bodies as the Sun would speak to
    • the plant, so does he learn to speak of his astral body as the Moon,
    • and also the planets, would have to speak to the plant. That is a
    • must, so to speak, open out his soul for conditions essentially
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    • one must speak of as Cosmic Tones and the Cosmic Word. The aspirant
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    • Lower Gods in the widest sense of the word. We have to speak of the
    • Now it is extraordinarily difficult to speak in ideas and concepts
    • Fundamentally speaking, the phrase the “Holy Grail”, with
    • speaking of the apparent movements, because they sufficiently
    • been speaking. For at that place one can speak of the very worst
    • learnt to speak, and so the speech-centre is the result of speech.
    • opportunity to speak in still clearer words, if that can be, of what
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    • properly speaking, the vital principle within him. He has this etheric
    • Before speaking of this world of Spirit, we must understand one of the
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    • love. Ancient Greek mythology expresses this reality when it speaks of
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    • certain phenomena which do not any longer belong, properly speaking,
    • We cannot speak of evil in the absolute sense. Evil, indeed, plays a
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    • “Before the voice can speak in the presence of the masters, it
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    • appears before him and speaks these words:
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    • of which occultism speaks are as follows: —
    • that speaks and manifests her presence, her power, her pervading life
    • “And thus as we descend the scale of being, Nature speaks to the
    • senses — to known, misunderstood, and unknown senses: so speaks she with
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    • speaks of the symbol of the Cross, saying that the soul of the world is bound
    • speaking, in the horizontal direction. Man and the plants stand
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    • the great religions are, properly speaking, the language of the
    • of L'Od, speaks of this phenomenon in connection with sensitive
    • speaks in Faust in connection with Helena. In this realm of Devachan,
    • terminology we speak of this Record as the astral impression of all
    • even speak. The astral form of Dante would speak as he spoke in his
    • ‘Swan.’ He hears the sounds through which his master speaks
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    • have a physical body. When the occultist speaks of the mineral
    • only speak of a body of sound. It is in this sound — the Cosmic
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    • it possible to speak of them openly. They have been called the seven
    • In speaking of the planetary body which preceded our Earth — the
    • and myths speak of fire as the primary manifestation of the Gods.
    • — we may speak of them as Luciferian Spirits — man became
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    • and next time I am going to speak about the Gospel of St.
    • of which John speaks. He says it with great clarity:
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    • everything took place knows that he speaks the truth and says
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    • worlds. One is perfectly justified to speak of a higher world
    • be understood that Jesus speaks to Nicodemus of a genuine
    • time. In Greece it was then usual to speak of the power that
    • conception of God. Jesus too speaks of the God living in man
    • three sentences speak clearly enough. Neither had he sinned
    • and where one also speaks in occult language. Then it is
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    • of itself, the God begins to speak within that individual soul.
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    • one speaks of the knowledge of higher realms posssed by Initiates but
    • speak with knowledge she shares in our familiar world.
    • a solid foundation for it. If we speak the truth about our neighbour,
    • and lends him strength and vigour. If I speak lies about him, I pour
    • will take much greater care to speak the truth and avoid lies than if
    • beings who speak to us through colour.
    • speaks of the Sun resounding; he indicates the secret of Devachan. When
    • Sun and the spheres speak in music:
    • speak a confusing language, because the Akasha is alive. The Akasha
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    • when he finds himself without a body is unspeakably severe.
    • time, and may come to speak through a medium. People then begin to believe
    • that it is the dead man speaking, when it is only his astral corpse.
    • it can even answer questions and give information, and can speak with
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    • so to speak, and ceases to have any significance for the soul as an
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    • Today I want to speak
    • a person in that particular situation. In speaking of karmic relationships
    • physical body. It is laid down once for all, so to speak, and retains
    • misunderstood, when it speaks of God visiting the sins of the fathers on
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    • the first is, so to speak, the lowest; the etheric body is higher and
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    • into him together with the air he breathes. If we speak of an Ego common
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • he can understand; his God speaks to him in this language. He hears
    • his God speaks to him. He hears the water rippling in the brook, and
    • is brewing. Everywhere he can hear his God speaking, and the lesson
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    • why the sacred books of all religions tend to speak almost entirely
    • have to speak to us in pictures. Everything narrated from the Akashic
    • speak to him in an intelligible language. They tell him what they are,
    • of Devachan, the Music of the Spheres. Everything speaks forth its own
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    • Now we will speak about
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    • yourself to speak neither too loudly nor too softly. Things such as this,
    • is, so to speak extinguished, rather as the second layer extinguishes
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    • inner religious life more intimately than someone who speaks of it
    • normal, they are able to speak in a wonderful way about what they
    • these people speak of “rest-prayer,” during which they do
    • descriptions they give at this stage, from what — if we speak
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    • illness. I therefore would like to speak further about something that
    • is transformed to bliss. Such people speak of the presence of God, or
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    • depths of human evolution. We will stay clear of speaking of heredity
    • in the crude sense in which natural science speaks of it. We will
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    • much more interesting; above all, they speak of things one does not
    • related to the child's entire destiny. We will also speak about this
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    • health. A certain person lived in the nineteenth century. I'll speak
    • But the man of whom I am speaking was no friend of animals. There in
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    • outside the human being. Comparatively speaking, this science is good
    • then the thoughts about this are continued unchanged when speaking of
    • I can speak of these
    • element. We can speak of warmth as an independent active element. Now
    • We will speak further
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    • sun and moon. We have, so to speak, to extract the simple image of a
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    • while it is asleep this human body is, so to speak, subject to these
    • accordance (figuratively speaking) with their exact atomic weight.
    • dreaming of the remedy. And generally speaking, that is the way
    • much in this respect. For instance, often when I speak today to, say,
    • conditions can be observed throughout the world. Generally speaking,
    • long as sick people speak of what is going on in their organs, their
    • traditions of olden times, speaking of sin as the cause of illness.
    • But if they have knowledge of repeated earth lives, they can speak of
    • sin from that point of view; then they will again be speaking from
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    • else must itself be around somewhere. You can't speak of apelike
    • creatures if there are no apes to start with. You can't speak of the
    • to speak, place humanity in the center of the cosmic uterus. Now we
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    • Now when we speak of
    • risen Spirit and the further activity of the Christ. But if we speak
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    • have been speaking more from the administrative angle. But the matter
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    • inner religious life more intimately than someone who speaks of it
    • normal, they are able to speak in a wonderful way about what they
    • these people speak of “rest-prayer,” during which they do
    • descriptions they give at this stage, from what — if we speak
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    • is transformed to bliss. Such people speak of the presence of God, or
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    • in the crude sense in which natural science speaks of it. We will
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    • much more interesting; above all, they speak of things one does not
    • related to the child's entire destiny. We will also speak about this
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    • But the man of whom I am speaking was no friend of animals. There in
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    • outside the human being. Comparatively speaking, this science is good
    • then the thoughts about this are continued unchanged when speaking of
    • difficulties if a certain attitude prevails. I can speak of these
    • element. We can speak of warmth as an independent active element. Now
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    • while it is asleep this human body is, so to speak, subject to these
    • accordance (figuratively speaking) with their exact atomic weight.
    • dreaming of the remedy. And generally speaking, that is the way
    • much in this respect. For instance, often when I speak today to, say,
    • conditions can be observed throughout the world. Generally speaking,
    • long as sick people speak of what is going on in their organs, their
    • traditions of olden times, speaking of sin as the cause of illness.
    • But if they have knowledge of repeated earth lives, they can speak of
    • sin from that point of view; then they will again be speaking from
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    • else must itself be around somewhere. You can't speak of apelike
    • creatures if there are no apes to start with. You can't speak of the
    • to speak, place humanity in the center of the cosmic uterus. Now we
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    • Now when we speak of
    • risen Spirit and the further activity of the Christ. But if we speak
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    • be quite clear as to the point of time in evolution we are speaking
    • something unspeakably poverty-stricken compared with what the ancient
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    • is an ascent to the light element. Thus, speaking of the transition
    • nature a certain cleavage. When we speak of man today, we do not
    • verb racheph by praying in aid, so to speak, all the
    • speak of a chemical of sound-ether, which has the power to decompose
    • breath have to contain, in order to make this form begin to speak? It
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    • my speaking ofa cosmic body consisting only of warmth, I must refer
    • shall there speak not only of the whole basis of Anthroposophy, but
    • in order to satisfy contemporary minds, I shall speak also of the
    • to. But mark, please, in what sense we speak of warmth or fire in the
    • the Sun, the second phase of the evolution of our planet, and speak
    • faculties of seers who speak to us across thousands of years.
    • into existence of our earth. Whether we speak of the denser states
    • trinity, we usually make use of Christian designations, and speak of
    • Genesis first speaks of the setting up of sun and moon as directing time.
    • the sun was not there until the fourth “day,” we cannot speak
    • and when one spoke of weekdays, as we speak of Sunday, Monday,
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    • Genesis speaks of darkness, it is speaking of the manifestation of
    • the backward Saturn Beings. And when it speaks of light, it is
    • light of which Genesis speaks is not the light which we can see with
    • from cosmic space. Up to that time Genesis speaks only of the plant
    • language, will endure as a document which speaks to mankind for all
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    • within it, the very spirits whom we have been speaking of for days as
    • around us, it speaks to us in the Being of the Thrones; but it is
    • longer seven, but a sevenfold whole. We can now speak of an
    • possible. That is why the Bible begins by speaking simply of the
    • stage, when they have advanced to a unity, it speaks of Jahve-Elohim.
    • speaks in the second part of Faust with the doggerel in the first
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    • Beings whom we speak of as belonging to this or that hierarchy had
    • something outside us; earlier, all the Beings of whom we can speak
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    • weaving warmth we can speak only of the first rudiments of physical
    • observe that Genesis, when beginning to speak of the creation of man,
    • from what it was in the time of which Genesis speaks. When man sleeps
    • body” coined in the Middle Ages is correct. We speak of the
    • Genesis speaks the astral body was not the same as our own astral
    • that Genesis indicates it in a most wonderful way by speaking first
    • much further that we can speak of a unitary consciousness, a
    • “days” of creation, speaks of Paradise we must look for
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    • into the third “day” of creation, we cannot speak of
    • the good effects of the moon forces. For we must speak of good moon
    • different from that of the earth. The astro-physicist speaking from
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    • we cannot speak of the human creation of the Elohim as separately
    • Spiritual Science. When we speak of the human soul, we distinguish
    • superficially speaking, man has the same bodily functions as the
    • corresponds with the Lemurian age, in which we speak of the
    • Now the Bible speaks
    • understand that the Elohim give up, so to speak, only a part of their
    • speaking of the Jahve-men as the descendants, the subsequent
    • speaks of the descendants of Noah. Thus this passage must be
    • speaking of the descendants of the heaven-and-earth beings who were
    • speaking of these things at all. Nevertheless I think I may say that
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    • all that he experienced inwardly. But even so, when he speaks of the
    • event of Damascus we can discern that he speaks as one who through
    • veil of the world of sense. From the very manner in which he speaks it
    • to speak of the contrast between an external, sense-derived science,
    • the Resurrection of which they speak; for a true idea of it can only
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    • acknowledged as such, because the people said: Divinity itself speaks
    • to be lost. The power to speak to men of a being of spirit-and-soul
    • being a festival of joy. And in truth those who would fain speak
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    • I SHALL Speak to-day of certain matters in a way that could not be
    • used in public lectures but is possible when I am speaking to those
    • The importance of the subject of which we shall speak first, will
    • frequently been made to this subject but one cannot speak too often of
    • would not have been possible to speak, as we can speak to-day, of a
    • Needless to say, such civilisations still exist. We speak, and
    • If the Christian who has become an anthroposophist were to speak of
    • anthroposophical Christian will speak of the return of the Buddha
    • the anthroposophical Buddhist speak of the return of Christ — for
    • As I have spoken here to-day, so did the Rosicrucians speak in
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    • cannot realise that whenever we speak of Christ we must look beyond
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    • I WANT to speak to-day about a certain aspect of the Mystery of
    • In speaking of the very early period in earth-evolution when
    • speaking — men could discover little through their own faculties.
    • Needless to say, in this short hour I cannot attempt to speak of
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    • speaking, night became more intensely night, day more intensely
    • true to speak of an equal possibility, on the one side of remembering
    • What is religion, fundamentally speaking? It is the intermediary
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    • some respects, to the West. This legend speaks, too, of a
    • Vishnu — namely, Krishna — speaks of Himself,
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    • child cannot speak, cannot think; everything must be done for it by
    • those who have received it in their midst. Then it starts to speak.
    • — a first period when it can neither speak nor think, a second
    • when it can speak but not yet think, and a third when it becomes
    • The first revelation of which we can speak, as coming to mankind
    • can either speak or think. What is done for the child by its
    • until then have, as it were, lacked the power of speaking and
    • thinking. People, however, have now learnt to speak — or, rather,
    • speak: they have gained knowledge of the Mystery of Golgotha through
    • may be compared with how a child learns to speak. Through the Gospels
    • way that they may be said to have learnt to speak, in their fashion,
    • each soul awaken the ego to a higher stage of existence. Speaking thus
    • those of race. We can still speak, in a certain sense, of an old
    • speak about the human sheaths in another way, and to-day we will take
    • details of our super-sensible life, or, to speak more bluntly, whether
    • the millennium. How many indeed we find to-day who, speaking almost
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    • guise; strictly speaking only since the events in Palestine, when
    • strictly speaking, an endless amount of what is most important to-day
    • something which yesterday was likened to how children learn to speak.
    • Even to-day, however, speaking from the ground of Anthroposophy, we
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    • evening. It is not possible just now to speak about this extremely
    • seem to have much to do, externally. But they need only speak a word
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    • the present time is speaking so deeply to the soul in such manifold
    • existing. When anyone comes who does not speak of something palpable,
    • he is considered a dreamer. Men go about speaking of
    • exist, as one speaks of existence here on the earth. Existence here,
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    • him, and can only comparatively speaking grasp the other world in
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    • inwardly in these memories. We could not speak of ourselves as
    • cannot do this from memory in the same way as one can speak of
    • grand-daughter, of whom he was never tired of speaking with his fellow
    • had been speaking? “Of Markus Freund, of your Markus Freund, Herr
    • points to those elements of which we have to speak in Spiritual
    • Science, just those elements of which one speaks when dealing with the
    • following standpoint, so to speak. ‘There is certainly something
    • But if one speaks of this people do not like it. It is uncomfortable
    • which speaks to us through his words, everything he does as physical
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    • one of the most beautiful of the Northern Sagas, for it speaks in a
    • As we are able to meet here to-day, we may perhaps speak of a few
    • reality. And many, speaking from the depths of their philosophy, say:
    • Infinite sagacity (I now speak in full earnestness) has been applied
    • immeasurable Cosmic Being through our accidental senses, we speak of
    • words are no reality in themselves, we do not, however, speak in
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    • Wisdom, which is also called Word, and thirdly Will. When we speak of
    • When speaking about man, we speak of his astral body as being Karma,
    • ideals, duty, are bound up with the astral body. When one speaks of
    • joy and sorrow, desires, wishes, etc., one is speaking of the astral
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    • In these lectures, Steiner speaks to a small group of active members
    • form, life and consciousness. Today we will speak about the different
    • plants. When we speak of these we must be clear that we are not only
    • The plants can also speak and answer us, only we must learn to observe
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    • In these lectures, Steiner speaks to a small group of active members
    • that one should speak less about what is not, than about what is. When
    • that of the Rosicrucians, while Indian literature speaks of four
    • act of speaking one brings forth the wisdom of the world. What is
    • hears or speaks man expresses himself directly in wisdom. At the
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    • In these lectures, Steiner speaks to a small group of active members
    • the beginning of Genesis the Bible speaks of man, it speaks of this
    • sequence of which Helena Petrovna Blavatsky speaks.
    • speaks about this, for in earlier times
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    • speech. What man speaks remains in the Akashic Record. It is the
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    • In these lectures, Steiner speaks to a small group of active members
    • Persians also speak of the Twins.
    • incarnation, so that in the next they might become eloquent speakers.
    • speakers, for of these the Church can make good use. When St.
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    • therefore also speak of the atomistic ether.
    • are speaking here of the sense of touch as the perception of warmth
    • As now, when man speaks he influences the air, so later he will gain
    • Jupiter will be a result of feelings on the Earth. What man speaks
    • is not correct to speak of the physical body as the lower nature, for
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    • therefore speaks of the physical Globe. As physical Globe the Earth is
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    • At the present time it is very difficult to speak about the Gods or
    • materialism or whether he speaks about the Gods in a more or less
    • existence of Dionysius the Areopagite and speak about the writings of
    • is not brought about from within. One must accustom oneself to speak
    • What we speak today will actually be present there as foundation, just
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    • In these lectures, Steiner speaks to a small group of active members
    • We will speak today about man's sojourn in Devachan between two
    • Formerly I was not able to speak the word ‘I’, now I have become for
    • speaking this is a similar condition to that in which we, in the
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    • In these lectures, Steiner speaks to a small group of active members
    • in the speeches of the French Revolution, men speak as men.
    • possible to speak openly about reincarnation and karma. These truths
    • Paracelsus and other mystics did not speak about reincarnation. This
    • was quite natural. They were not able to speak about it. But for all
    • John still speak of the great importance of Wisdom, Beauty and Power,
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    • In these lectures, Steiner speaks to a small group of active members
    • We can look back at the time when man did not as yet speak, but only
    • of humanity began in the world. As soon as human beings speak with one
    • actually spread around us more than just ourselves. In what we speak
    • humanity. In his speaking however a man cannot be entirely selfish,
    • can be simply my own concern; what I speak, I speak as member of a
    • for his next incarnation; what a nation speaks has significance for
    • still think? Just as little as a new race will speak the same language
    • boundaries of speaking and thinking. If we do away with these, for the
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    • In these lectures, Steiner speaks to a small group of active members
    • existence. What we speak concerns not only ourselves alone, but
    • speak for himself alone; words concern a group of human beings.
    • alone behind our actions. When we speak we are not quite alone in our
    • speak, then he is a Chela, an occult pupil. To be a Master means: To
    • development speaks, he will try in certain cases, while speaking, to
    • mediums also speak in imaginations, in pictures and symbols, but
    • we are speaking remain behind, formative forces which create new
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    • of this kind without this knowledge, speaks of something miraculous.
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    • the error of believing that one is speaking to Dante, whereas today
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    • When in Christian esotericism we speak of Power we mean ‘going through
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    • Today we shall speak about the Fourth Earth Round. In the course of
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    • is. Now he is conscious on the physical plane when we are speaking
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    • fundamentally speaking, man works destructively where elemental beings
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    • Schools towards the end of the period of which we are speaking: they
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    • or life-body predominates, we speak of a phlegmatic temperament. And
    • a deeper interest. These things should be allowed to speak to him, to
    • sense been tried by life, who act and speak on the basis of past
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    • When we speak of “soul” in the sense of spiritual
    • cognition. He alone can speak of knowledge in the real sense who says
    • self-contradiction referred to above. Therefore in speaking of
    • these worlds. We speak differently of “soul.” We speak of
    • experiences spirit, creates out of the spirit. Thus we speak of the
    • form, it remains inwardly alive in the animal. And we speak of this
    • What do we really mean when we speak of “spirit”? We
    • organism. The spiritual investigator speaks of the astral body when
    • spiritual science we speak of a species — soul of the animal,
    • It is quite easy to say: How is it possible to speak of an animal
    • are many good reasons for speaking in this way. Once we have acquired
    • into what it is, and when we speak of the building of the organs we
    • are speaking of the spirit as it works in the etheric body. When the
    • the higher animals — it will be better to speak of the lower
    • after death returns again to the spiritual realms. Therefore we speak
    • experience that we may speak of a being in man who is not inherited
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    • man. Therefore we may not speak of animal soul and human soul by
    • When speaking of the
    • if obliged to grow up alone, would never arrive at speaking, nor
    • certainly possible to speak of this imprinting of life into the
    • saying that we are not speaking here of those spheres of the
    • not speaking here of word content — in the inner nature of the
    • the way in which they speak. In ordinary life we have often to
    • less subtle, I shall speak figuratively. Let us imagine that what man
    • spiritual end of man, so to speak, we have also the reverse side —
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    • speaks of the spirit he does so in a vague, pantheistic sense, with no
    • speaking to their pupils. It is, of course, necessary to translate
    • into a region where space has an end, where one can no longer speak in
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    • when speaking of these things and making use, as it were, of the
    • I want to speak of these things from a certain historical aspect, but
    • of existence. So when I speak of the light streaming to us from the
    • physical sun I am speaking of something that comes out of the past.
    • And when I speak of the streams of will flowing out to meet this
    • light, I am speaking of something that is preparing the future. The
    • primal work, the cosmic element of which I speak in order to have a
    • rightly what is meant when, in what follows, I shall be speaking of
    • abstract, impersonal form, in the converse of which I am now speaking
    • the initiates were conscious of speaking to actual Beings,
    • We can speak in a similar way of the other forces, known by the names
    • And so it is with all these forces. Speaking in accordance with the
    • If, therefore, a man speaks out of real knowledge of copper as a means
    • innermost essence of man's nature. We speak of a “sour” or a
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    • of what I am going to speak about today.
    • reverse of those presented by the individual man. In his case we speak
    • of an outer and an inner aspect. When we speak of the universe, the
    • therefore, we are speaking of the universe from the human standpoint,
    • we are speaking from within the universe, for we are standing at some
    • following must be said. In the case of a human being we speak of his
    • speak of him from the inner aspect, we speak of his nature of
    • in an elementary way. I want to speak today of the spirit-and-soul of
    • the other side. — I am speaking, not of the fully conscious moral
    • people, it is still necessary in public lectures to speak in abstract
    • speak of the fact that the cosmos as it reveals itself when
    • ourselves from outside. That is why the science of Initiation speaks
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    • branches and roots. In other words, to speak in accordance with
    • rock-crystal. For in terms of reality we must speak in that way only
    • blossom. Generally speaking, it floats cloud-like over the vegetation
    • speak, as forces of spirit-and-soul. Hence it is not for nothing that
    • At the next opportunity I will speak about the connection between all
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    • speak about all kinds of spiritual matters with the German art
    • — of that we may speak.
    • human form. On the other hand, now try to imagine how, in speaking of
    • may speak of the following.
    • is. Let us feel that we must never speak of any matter until we have
    • which I speak to you, it may be that you will accept many things that
    • We have tried never to let ourselves speak of “tolerance” if
    • We may well speak of these things by way of introduction, although it
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    • intimately related to spiritual life. We shall have to speak of what
    • some of its secrets and laws, we must go on to speak of the
    • initiates in the course of human evolution. We shall have to speak of
    • In these lectures we shall be speaking of the demands the soul must
    • objectively and is there, yet it would be meaningless to speak of this
    • to speak as having gone through initiation like others, is Christ
    • that anyone possesses through the body by means of which we speak in
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    • If we would speak of initiation and its significance for human life
    • be justified. At the same time, we can at most speak of an echo, of a
    • clairvoyant, and that is when we speak in symbols and metaphors so
    • worlds. Everyone knows that when he speaks of a “burning
    • the external world. He knows that he is speaking figuratively, but
    • processes of nature by calling moral ideas to his aid. In speaking,
    • in the physical world would speak of hate burning him. Lucifer would
    • body. When speaking of the physical body, we can talk of raising a
    • interwoven in the super-sensible worlds, and in speaking of some part
    • a different way from how love is expressed. We may speak thus where
    • foolish to say that one cannot speak of desires and so forth in
    • Still, in diverse ways of which we still have to speak, one may
    • ourselves of the habit of speaking of things according to the ideas we
    • experience. When we become conscious that we are speaking in the
    • have been speaking, enters the super-sensible world from the world of
    • meet a man and make his acquaintance, and when he speaks and behaves
    • terror and fear. With proper schooling we need not speak of danger
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    • spiritual world. Pictorially speaking, that is quite correct.
    • that.” Were we unable to speak thus, it would mean a break, a
    • awakening of the etheric body, so that we may speak of the sleeping
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    • experience in the higher world of which we have just been speaking,
    • world of which we are speaking, would never be struck by the idea that
    • speaking, we feel ourselves in eternity with this one desire, “If
    • and we cannot speak of it in any other way.” But that is not the
    • speak about being confronted with a Luciferic being?” When, in
    • only then does it become possible to speak with reality of a contrast
    • spiritual world that lies — to speak from a transitory point of
    • Wherever you go in the world, when speaking from the standpoint of
    • speaking of abstract opposites such as the temporal and the eternal
    • because there they cease to have any meaning. There we have to speak
    • of beings. We speak, therefore, of progressive, divine beings and of
    • harm. Why is this so? Why do we repeatedly find, when we speak to the
    • man we shall speak of tomorrow.
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    • which we can speak, one of which is our ordinary sensory existence,
    • should be evident to you that we must speak of human concepts in a
    • our physical world. Also, when wishing to speak of super-sensible
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    • light of the spirit to speak naturally to human souls, it will then be
    • could no longer either speak or write, were men only to build further
    • If now at the close of these lectures, I may be permitted to speak of
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    • In speaking of perception, and
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    • the content of religion always before us. On earth our teachers speak
    • is a kind of instruction which speaks directly to our inner being,
    • may really feel that he speaks to our heart from outside, we feel
    • own forces directly into our inner being. Earthly teachers speak to
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    • Thus we do not only speak of a soul-seed in a general way, but we can
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    • on the physical plane — I am speaking of actual cases. When we
    • we may speak of a Divine Being who pervades it. In the nineteenth
    • religion possesses the Christ and therefore they can speak of Him.
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    • I have now to speak once more of
    • In this lecture I shall speak
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    • speaking of what I described as the great ‘Midnight Hour of our
    • have to enumerate many thousands of cases if I were to speak of all
    • As we are speaking among ourselves we may say these things, but at
    • Science will have to speak more and more impressively of the
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    • speak, of our Earth planet. Our present Earth-evolution emerged from
    • breathes from the wind, all that speaks to us from the several
    • to speak in such a way that everyone for whom Spiritual Science is a
    • will allow the spirit itself to speak through his thoughts. The
    • this way Spiritual Science, by speaking to people who are already
    • We will speak further
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    • not speak only during His time on earth; His utterance continues, and
    • recognition which compels one to speak always of humanity,
    • Nature of Christianity; in it he speaks a great deal about the
    • really speaking about the Christ. They never come to the point of
    • only — and here I am speaking with special reference to the
    • And thus He speaks to-day to those willing to listen: “In
    • speak to our life of thought — the Christ Who desires to reveal
    • should speak in Harnack's style of the God who may equally well be
    • longer speak in such a way that our speech is an inward lie. Then we
    • shall speak of Christ as the Divine Power active in our rebirth
    • to speak to you to-day. For this Christ-Way is most intimately
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    • men feel impelled to-day to speak about the present situation of
    • not speak of a rose or a rose-stem as real objects; in order to speak
    • account — and then speak of the rose-stem, and its roses, as a
    • So one speaks of the force or forces which play from soul to soul.
    • how one must speak in this connection of the
    • had to speak in a different vein. In lectures I gave then in Vienna,
    • to speak of the necessity of belief in the spirit! But it gets
    • Believe in the spirit ... what is necessary is to speak of a spirit
    • usual, one hears that someone has said: “He speaks quite in the
    • attention. Those who speak about the super-sensible have certainly
    • spiritual reality, will be able to speak also of education by a good
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    • Hochstift” had invited me to speak on Goethe's work in Science.
    • then he speaks of the species “wolf” or
    • phenomena. Speaking of causes, our scientists will have in mind
    • forces or substances or even more universal entities. They speak for
    • force of heat or warmth, and so on. They speak of an unknown
    • too is, fundamentally speaking, still remote from what we call the
    • I am now speaking and the way I spoke before. Before, I spoke of
    • there, before we can speak of a parallelogram of forces? So long as
    • we are only speaking of the parallelogram of movements, no actual
    • begin to speak at all of natural phenomena. Aware as he was of this,
    • we always look for, when speaking of the World in terms of Physics.
    • working. Speaking in general terms, we call the measure of a force
    • take the right direction with your thinking when you speak thus: Say
    • his Theory of Colour is also founded, of which we shall be speaking
    • Physics will be such as to enable one to speak in Goethe's sense. Men
    • will perhaps begin to speak of Colour, for example, more in Goethe's
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    • respect) still mostly goes on speaking for example of the phenomena
    • place, so to speak, on a small scale when you exert a pressure that
    • — I wish to speak today. I mean the relation to the outer world
    • have to speak of how and why it is that we see the so-called white
    • to speak, sent after it. Up there, the light cannot spread out
    • the light that surges through — so to speak — with its
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    • direction pursued by Science in modern time. Moreover — I speak
    • simply have to do with images or pictures, the physicists speak of
    • speak of rays of light being sent out and refracted and so on. And
    • speaking — the so-called sclerotic and the transparent portion
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    • “objective” colours if you wish to speak in learned
    • movement. What has here been disturbed, goes on. Here, so to speak, a
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    • IVg). The rest of the spectrum is stunted, so to speak. By very
    • existence so to speak, develop such relation to the light that one
    • with this property. They shine in a different way when, so to speak,
    • so to speak — what the light has been doing in the chlorophyll;
    • the phenomena, in a manner of speaking, side by side. What we must
    • colours so to speak, — those that arise and vanish within the
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    • phenomena of light in rather recent times, historically speaking.
    • boundary of the darker. Instead, they speak in such a way as to
    • they speak as though the light patch alone were suffering
    • never to speak of rays of light or anything of that kind, but only of
    • then I still ought not to speak of it in such a way as to build my
    • whole theory of the phenomenon upon it. I still ought to speak in
    • and to assume this bombardment too. The masses then are, so to speak,
    • sounds. There is a genuine connection — and we shall speak of
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    • mere shadow. In the other case we permeate the shadow, so to speak,
    • warmth the whole of me is, so to speak, the sense-organ. For
    • cannot therefore speak of the perception of warmth in the same
    • somewhat condensed modification, so to speak, of the air, for it is
    • they speak so unrealistically of what is there in the outer world,
    • “Man”. They speak no doubt of soul and mind, or even
    • tomorrow speak of the science of sound and tone, whence you will
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    • speaking about sound and tone which you will find in the customary
    • confirm what I so often speak of more generally in Spiritual
    • speak of the phenomena of sound and tone in the scholastic system
    • qualitative is no concern of mine. A man who speaks like this is at
    • appearance. That which arises (speaking in terms of Physics) in the
    • larynx and adjoining organs when we are speaking. There is the act
    • of speaking, — its instruments quite obviously inserted into
    • your active speaking and on the other hand your hearing. Then you
    • volitional way in your speaking. Once more, you only have a
    • should have separated-out what is larynx-like, so to speak, for the
    • thing happens in my eye as when I hear and speak at the same time.
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    • speaks of vitreous and resinous electricities respectively;
    • speaking more generally one calls them “positive” and
    • Herewith the first breach had, so to speak, been made in the old
    • madness! Often and often, when speaking of the greatest activities
    • in the Universe which we can comprehend, we had to speak of
    • sound and warmth we ourselves are swimming, so to speak, as was
    • speak, into the realms of light and sound and warmth etc. For we
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    • right out of its bearings, so to speak, even by Physics itself.
    • Ohm's Law. Now one was able, so to speak, to get a glimpse of the
    • service to you in the whole way you speak with the children about
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    • himself from the objects around him. Fundamentally speaking, it is
    • human beings. I am speaking, to begin with, of experiences that arise
    • in speaking of a Macrocosm, a Great World — in contrast to the
    • produces effects we can no longer speak of a non-reality.
    • Actual experiences therefore justify us in speaking of man as a
    • lectures will speak in greater and greater detail of the paths leading
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    • speak of all the hypotheses, some more interesting than others, that
    • difference between the two states. It would be easy to speak of these
    • sleep, to stop speaking, tasting, hearing, and so forth. A power is
    • that speaking and acting during sleep rarely occur. The influence that
    • Mind-Soul; when he begins to speak or to act in his sleep, an
    • man becomes a sleep-walker; he speaks and acts in his sleep. In the
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    • Fundamentally speaking he does not see the objects themselves at all,
    • sense-world had so to speak died away. The pupils of the Mysteries had
    • speaks purely to the intellect, can be a Thread of Ariadne, helping us
    • point of importance. Until now I have been speaking only of knowledge
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    • begin by speaking of the regions lying beyond these frontiers. Man
    • physical and etheric bodies, and we know that fundamentally speaking
    • relatively speaking, we can do a great deal to develop our powers of
    • into us from Cosmic Thinking. Only a theorist would speak in this way,
    • feeling of obligation, we can now speak further of what is called the
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
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    • Generally speaking, however, it is not good, nor is it without danger,
    • can experience by descending into his inner being, we will speak of
    • inherit is a reconstruction, so to speak, of everything we ourselves
    • nature of our physical body. And when we speak of the etheric body we
    • During the next few days we shall describe the other path by speaking
    • made them desire to speak the truth it may happen that as soon as
    • guided, who like to speak constantly of the need to find the
    • quicken and inspire, speak in them. Hence their constant insistence
    • sleep and then pass on to speak of the macrocosmic spheres into which
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    • deeper mystical path, it was necessary to speak of the chief danger
    • considerable reduction, for it can be said, broadly speaking, that
    • can speak only in similes, endeavouring so to choose the words that
    • about by twelve Beings. Only in this way is it possible to speak truly
    • We are speaking here of the deeds of these spiritual Beings. A
    • we are speaking now of the physical world, not of what becomes of our
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    • it would of course be possible to speak of these worlds not merely for
    • rest. The choleric man will speak of how fiery everything appears, for
    • a certain respect. If we speak with unprejudiced minds our ordinary
    • reached a higher level we shall know more. Anyone who speaks about
    • pass from there into a still higher world and of this we will speak
    • be thought of as designations of offices. If we speak of Spirits of
    • speaking of a councilor, privy councilor, or the like; the man may
    • It will now be our task to speak of the first world revealed to man
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    • external reality, will speak derisively of the Rose-Cross symbol and
    • In order that we may understand one another fully, I will speak about
    • are therefore somewhat condensed. I wanted today to speak of certain
    • and to-morrow we shall speak of what he becomes and what is eventually
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 9: Organs of Spiritual Perception. Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points. The Thinking of the Heart.
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    • In speaking yesterday of the so-called Rosicrucian path into the
    • meditation pictures that are taken from life and speak to the heart,
    • it but I will speak of something that may make it intelligible. There
    • fault of the one who is speaking, but not necessarily so; it may be
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    • so to speak, constantly to congeal, to coagulate. Think of it in this
    • possessed in life. Therefore we may hear such people speak of having
    • sets in we speak of a “Pralaya”. These are expressions drawn
    • from Oriental philosophy. We can therefore speak of a
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    • subjects were to be presented, one would have to speak, not for weeks
    • We reached the point yesterday of speaking about an experience of
    • speaking of the Elementary world a quite different conception of
    • utterance shows that the speakers are incapable of any similar
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    • speaking on the one hand about ordinary digestion, which is
    • for knowledge speak of hundreds of such border-points occurring
    • out in earlier lectures that when philosophers speak about the
    • self-observation of the kind I have just been speaking about.
    • decades may well be allowed to speak of his experience,
    • should not hesitate to speak about these real, concrete,
    • for. Just as we have to wait for what the sense world speaks to
    • for what the spirit-world speaks to us. Self-observation,
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    • generally speaking, the science of spirit is regarded as
    • fact we divide the whole of life in this way. We speak of the
    • spirit. If we speak about what has been discovered by the
    • foundation out of which everyone speaks and thinks and acts.
    • and his science of spirit, he speaks about dreams. We
    • not do it by allowing a dead person to speak through a
    • make a remarkable discovery. We would discover that if we speak
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    • When speaking about such a subject as this evening's we
    • from two sides we can now place what the present speaker calls
    • when he was five. And I have to speak to you about the methods
    • unbiased scientists who speak about what we
    • world. The Science of the Spirit must speak about such things,
    • modern person. Those who speak of the Science of the Spirit as
    • 1913. At that time I had to speak about the
    • Whether I stand on the rostrum and speak about the content of
    • capitals or something else speak for me, these are all
    • millions and millions of people. The modern proletariat speaks
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    • are to speak, in the first place, of that realm of man's aspiration
    • souls the force that in everyday life we employ in speaking. Speech may be
    • applied in speaking, we develop meditation from these thoughts that
    • of which we will now speak briefly.
    • speak in the next lecture.
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    • evolution of the earth, could one speak of the Mystery of
    • And it is this that we have indicated in speaking of the evolution of
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    • In a manner of speaking, the Brethren of the Common Life were
    • the West, were striving after a more democratic form, so to speak, of
    • speak later on. When Thomas Aquinas, for example, peered into the
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    • of the human soul. The man whom I want to speak about today is not
    • like living beings, permeating everything with spirit and speaking to
    • spoke to him. In consequence of the universe speaking to man, science
    • of speaking, the body was only the vessel, the artistic reproduction,
    • were speaking to him only out of a tradition preserved from earlier
    • Speaking crudely, I would have to say that the soul had inwardly
    • speaking crudely, the corporeal world became denser while the soul
    • cannot speak of the atoms of a body, but only of centers of force,
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    • we speak. Hence, in moving about in the world, we place our inward
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    • am only speaking of the historical fact that the Copernican system
    • which Giordano Bruno speaks and writes. Then one sees that Giordano
    • stragglers of the old view. He really does not speak about the cosmos
    • object outside. The two were still as one; man did not speak of the
    • inward experiences. This is how he speaks of the principles of
    • absolutely necessary. The time that we are speaking about was the age
    • necessity belongs to our time. Often I had to speak out against
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    • dead, but would be, so to speak, revived immediately, and so forth.
    • relating to matter. He speaks of the existing controversy or debate
    • even speaks of an oscillation between the two in the course of
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    • experience; and to find ways to speak of space without even thinking
    • the physical body. In chemistry, however, unlike physics, we speak to this
    • or could be reduced to the law of inertia, does not exist. If we speak
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    • risk of speaking disrespectfully of a work that is after all very
    • Christian centuries; hence Galen could speak of the four components
    • to these inward experiences. We can therefore speak of an inner
    • person speaks about thinking, that he speaks as if this thinking were
    • Jacob Boehme's case a very simple man is speaking out of
    • Therefore, they found themselves able to speak about digestion only
    • speaking, so robust that they can grasp outer nature. Unfortunately,
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    • the soul life) and ego. Let us be clear that properly speaking the
    • whether or not modern physics speaks, for example, of atoms; what
    • matters is that when it does speak of them it regards them as
    • If one speaks today of blue or red, of C-sharp or G, or of qualities
    • learning something, when somebody speaks to them of a real physics, a
    • statement that when one speaks about matter in the sense of a modern
    • in speaking to a smaller group of people. The
    • inner life. In it, he discovers that the spirit really speaks to him.
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    • speak of light and dark, but the colors would evoke in you no response
    • the case of heat. They live in you. Thus when you speak of blue
    • is an absurdity to speak of a sense physiology and to say that a sense
    • perception is this or that. It is possible only to speak of the
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    • them. The condition of being a gas is, so to speak, a property which
    • again. Thus the ice that is formed from water — and we will speak
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    • process of melting will stop. (I will speak more of this
    • geometry. He would be able to speak only of distance and the like, of
    • dimension. A two-dimensional being would be able to speak of the laws
    • Formally speaking, I may say that I can draw this on the space line.
    • space you speak in mathematical terms of length, breadth, and
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    • consideration of heat. I have to speak repeatedly in detail of these
    • left, so to speak, in the realm of the unknown and attention is
    • first power is, so to speak, present in the expansion. Change of
    • heat condition. Speaking in a certain sense I might say that if I had
    • have I not committed the same fallacy as when I speak of a
    • process took place outside of three dimensions. And when I speak of
    • therefore, speak of being related to color and light with our whole
    • Even when we speak the very abstract word Sein (being), the
    • seen I can speak of as possessing “being.” In
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    • must deceive ourselves here. Man is thinking of tone when he speaks of
    • conception that when we speak a poem we are dealing with two different
    • what we can properly speak of as playing itself out mechanically in
    • mechanical processes of actual speaking, of the pronouncing of words.
    • speak out something learned by heart. Or on the other hand, that the
    • person would not speak at all but simply think about it and thus
    • determine the relationship so readily as I can between speaking
    • speak of space, you are not able, considering the matter in an
    • priori, to speak of them as we do in mathematics. When you go over to
    • and space. We speak of time and space, let us say, out of our rational
    • first speak only in an empirical fashion. But we can analyze the
    • this, my brain thinks? You are always speaking an untruth.” The
    • speak further about it. Just as it is possible for our bodily activity
    • question which we are asking ourselves today. Tomorrow we will speak
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    • agency a body falls to the earth (we may at this stage speak of the
    • speaking of is a thing of tremendous import. For, imagine to
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    • physics. Now it is interesting to see how such a man, speaking
    • Now what does it mean when one speaks in such a fashion? It means that
    • tried to grasp the destiny, so to speak, of physical corporeality, by
    • speak of these things in the simplest terms possible.
    • should be unaware of gravity. To speak of gravity would cease to have
    • possible to speak of such a thing. And beings who lived on a gaseous
    • And we may speak of the “dawn” and “twilight” of
    • a chaotic relation to each other. We speak for instance of mechanical
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    • “warmth-death.” We will speak in coming lectures of the
    • Is it legitimate for me to speak of an experiment such as we have
    • you enter a region where you are obliged to speak of the condition in
    • speak, identical with heat leads to a condition where matter ceases to
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    • As we do this we will illuminate so to speak, the phenomena of heat
    • a circumscribed for; in gas a changing form, so to speak, in
    • speaking precisely, this accompanies the tone entity, under certain
    • speak of gas, the phenomena there enacted present a kind of picture of
    • first. It reflects, so to speak, the first and clearer rainbow. As
    • phenomenon into a closed system, so to speak. The system is only an
    • a picture. It impregnates the gas, so to speak, and manifests as a
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    • We speak of the conduction of heat. The heat is conducted from one
    • a poor conductor of heat. Thus we may speak of good and poor
    • itself. If we wish to speak accurately we must ask what is spreading,
    • speak of thought and will, of ideas and will, we are dealing with
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    • alum, to speak precisely, hinders its passage. Soon you will see the
    • These facts, my dear friends, can be given, so to speak, only
    • However, I can perhaps speak of the changing of heat into work within
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    • involved in a transparent body. I am not now speaking of transparency
    • For to speak of rays, of light rays, is theoretical. I have dealt with
    • the other side that which we meet, so to speak, as the fluid nature in
    • direction, so to speak, and chemical action as extending in the
    • handled mathematically and have, so to speak, more than one meaning.
    • Something real is at the basis of the formula for W. Let us speak of
    • here we speak of the chemical ether. Where our formulae involve
    • imaginary numbers, we speak of the light ether. You see here an
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    • we will speak further of this tomorrow.
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    • When, however, we speak of chemical processes, we are really dealing
    • out (figuratively speaking) the next realm, the gaseous, or its
    • chemical effect is, so to speak, seized upon and works within the
    • between where, so to speak, space is torn apart.
    • intensive condition to the extensive. It will, so to speak, work from
    • always have to speak about science to a public which while it takes in
    • Note that in language we have everything mutually related. We speak of
    • about an impact and given a name to the phenomenon that we speak of an
    • impact in a space free of human activity, and vice versa we speak of
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    • the ordinary consciousness; for it speaks out of
    • physical Cosmos. He can speak of the content of the religious
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    • learnt to speak who is in the same relationship to the Cosmos as the
    • growth. This happens only when he learns to speak. Then the powers of
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    • happens after death. He can speak of the continuity of the spiritual
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    • WE speak to-day of the ‘Unconscious’ of
    • example, we speak of ‘longing’ we shall mean an
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    • Before the mystery of Golgotha the science of initiation could speak
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    • may be given. People speak so much today about higher or lower degrees of
    • They also are perpetually learning. When we are speaking of one of the
    • event of which I shall speak again later on, namely, the event of the
    • body, and speak for three years in a man, Christ Jesus. This was known
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    • be necessary to speak of a number of subjects with which many in the
    • theme, I want to speak of a matter of exceptional importance. Why is it
    • we can properly speak of a mineral soul. You must not, however, judge
    • inhabiting it, is, so to speak, milk for the beings that belong to the
    • so to speak, implant the form arise in the higher realm of Devachan.
    • and it is therefore self-evident to speak of happiness and suffering,
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    • is not, properly speaking, the physical body. The physical body as such
    • this tableau lasts. The time varies a great deal in human beings. Speaking
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture IV: Man Between Death and Rebirth
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    • dreamlike; all events are experiences in Devachan. We will speak later of
    • but in the spiritual world.” Hence you no longer speak of your
    • of a new man. This operation takes a long time; today we will speak
    • of the etheric body and of the physical birth we will speak tomorrow,
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    • We must now speak briefly
    • speaking, connected from the beginning with the product of fertilization.
    • exchange of the ego may take place. We will speak of that later. The
    • becomes free; a third birth, so to speak, takes place. The astral body
    • speech a long time before he is able to speak himself. He should therefore
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    • them. Before speaking of the fact of reincarnation and discussing questions
    • I will now speak briefly
    • not to speak at this point and to which we will return in the course
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VII: Evolutionary Stages of our Earth before the Lemurian Epoch
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    • no such conditions. We may perhaps speak later on about what an occultist
    • speaking, during sleep he is therefore in the physical world with only
    • exposition of this first form of our earth. It speaks of a kind of
    • thus it was possible to speak of Saturn men, Jupiter men and so on.
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    • astral body. Fundamentally speaking, this is still the case today; it
    • world to appear to him as maya, as matter, We must speak of Lucifer
    • magicians mishandle forces that are, generally speaking, withheld from
    • kinds of foolish activities. Generally speaking, they are unprofessional
    • epoch one should no longer speak of races but of civilizations,
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture X: On Karma, Reincarnation and Initiation
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    • Atlantean catastrophe to speak of an initiation available to human beings
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    • hidden behind the imagery. But I am not speaking of the second part
    • necessary. This made it impossible for people to speak of these
    • of nature, we cannot speak of good or evil. When we study nature in
    • useful ones, but we cannot speak of good and evil ones. Only when man
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    • declared that it would be impossible to him to speak of the highest
    • introductory notices. It is: “The Sage speaks”. At this
    • Goethe speaks of the law which we call Karma, and also speaks of
    • He here speaks
    • openly of the Masters, for he is speaking intimately to his brethren
    • speaks of the marriage of man with the spirit. (“in tepid
  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 1: The Birth of the Light
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    • clarity and harmony. He it is who speaks in the Vedas that poured from
    • speak of a trinity, of a threefold Divine Person, but solely of a
    • have been speaking of. Now, however, a new climax was reached. Even as
    • as we have said, and in spiritual science we speak of the knowledge of
    • the harmonies of the heavens speak to us. Every festival of the year
    • exalted leaders when we are seized by the Christmas mood. It speaks of
    • that we are told by those human beings who speak, not out of mere
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    • “We live in the midst of her and are strangers to her. She speaks with
    • Here also the Ravens are the messengers. Even the Old Testament speaks
    • love of which Goethe speaks in the Hymn to Nature I have quoted, when
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    • Goethe lets his representative of mankind speak these mighty words in
    • festival we will speak about today. This sun is a being of much
    • nature. What speaks to him today in the lapping and surging of the
  • Title: Lecture 1: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • requested me to speak about the spiritual beings we find in the realms
    • spiritual beings. So that in spiritual science we do not merely speak
    • this understanding if we intend to speak about the things which are to
    • understanding, to the present power of comprehension. I am speaking to
    • We will not today speak of still higher principles of human nature,
    • strictly speaking an etheric or life-world — a plurality, a
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    • To-day we shall speak of two other forms or categories of
    • plants are, so to speak, drawn out of the earth by certain beings
    • changing their forms, for, strictly speaking, they have no form of
    • free from moisture as possible; so that we may now speak of
    • kingdoms of nature. Now can we also speak of a sort of astral body of
    • bodies of animals), that we cannot speak of a mere life-giving
    • these spiritual beings of which we are now speaking, that they are in
    • and they speak to us in spirit. It is as though we perceived thoughts
    • feel, so to speak, as if all the qualities of our physical and etheric
    • perceptions as what we call the Forces of Nature. When science speaks
    • natural scientist speaks of the laws of nature and combines them
    • normal consciousness of present-day humanity speaks of the external
    • world of perception, of the facts that can be perceived; speaks of the
    • also speaks of the Laws of Nature; that again is a Maya. Underlying
    • Maya is something which, in spite of its Maya-nature, speaks to the
    • planet and also the feelings of the planet, of which we shall speak
  • Title: Lecture 3: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • beings, of which we are speaking as the next category above man, are
    • world appears before his senses. He surrenders himself, so to speak,
    • he speaks, or makes a movement of the hand, or in any way externalizes
    • world of whom we are speaking, all their perceptions are at the same
    • external world. When these beings of which we speak as a first
    • higher category — we call them, speaking generally, the beings of
    • we wish to have from the world for ourselves alone, so to speak. The
    • have offspring, so to speak, but they are, in a sense, of a lower
    • Thus we can speak of a relationship between the nature-spirits and the
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    • the external world through his eyes. He can then, so to speak, carry
    • perceiving his own etheric body, so to speak; but on attaining this
    • All this becomes as livingly speaking as the physiognomy of the human
    • being. And when this speaks as livingly as the physiognomy, the
    • gestures, of a man speaks, when we feel how the blossom which opens
    • are their offspring in the kingdoms of nature. We shall speak further
  • Title: Lecture 5: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • speaking, but that life which they have accumulated for decades, and
    • the stage of clairvoyance of which we must now speak. In western
    • overwhelming wisdom, and we will imagine that such a wise man speaks
    • speaks to us as the world itself, which we experience. If we imagine
    • such a look or imagine that such a wise man does not speak to us in
    • In speaking of man he is described as he reveals himself to occult
    • just as we speak of a threefold external covering, so can we speak of
    • consciousness. These principles of human nature are such that we speak
    • nature of the hierarchies. Just as we speak of our Manas, Buddhi, Atma
    • with a certain reverent caution to speak in concise concepts
    • many significant and speaking ideas; ideas which, to a certain extent
    • cosmos come into existence. That which, so to speak, the planetary
  • Title: Lecture 6: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • which stands, so to speak, nearest to humanity in the spiritual world,
    • speak, their own being. If they were to wish to be untrue, they would
    • their own nature, to deny it. They had, so to speak, to bring about in
    • intend: — in the same way the spirits of which we are speaking,
    • only a body (bl) which is, so to speak, on the outermost limits of the
    • If we can speak of a place in which these beings are, where is this
    • there would be, so to speak, concentric globes, flattened balls in
    • and Seraphim throw themselves against them, so to speak, and insert
  • Title: Lecture 7: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • little from the inner to the outer, so to speak, and to show how
    • their moons (speaking of our earth we have our own moon) — and
    • the Seraphim, we have that which speaks from the
    • speak in picture (and in relation to these exalted conditions
    • is, so to speak, allotted to the Spirits of Form from the Sun. They
    • and Form can, so to speak, do nothing for the evolution of the beings
    • speaks to us when we focus our spiritual sight upon the moon. When we
    • plant-world of our earth. But comparatively speaking it will suffice
  • Title: Lecture 8: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • IT will be well at the very beginning of today's lecture to speak of
    • lunar life; and of the planetary life. In speaking of these heavenly
    • a being? We may venture to speak of these matters, for indeed we could
    • not speak at all of the whole super-sensible world which lies behind
    • really in its original, living form, but is — so to speak
    • speak, fixed itself only upon the moon) we get the remarkable
    • represented to us were not now paralyzed, so to speak, by other
    • seen by occult vision; I do not wish to speak in abstractions, which
    • speaks of a past. Just as if I, in my thirtieth year, could only
    • to describe that, we can speak of the condition of our planetary
    • vision, so to speak, the work which has been accomplished in order
    • of one's normal consciousness.” We must speak of such an
    • writings it was the custom to speak accurately. I should like (in
    • Yet to speak of an “ego” in the animal, as a phenomenon of
    • little as we can speak of a soul-nature resembling the animal soul
    • in speaking of things extending beyond the physical sphere of man. It
    • Now we must also speak of an ego of the plants, when we observe them
    • mineral, its growth, and the self-development, — so to speak, of
    • feet; that is what St. Paul represents when he speaks of the sighing
  • Title: Lecture 9: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • what is actually meant when we speak of group-egos of the animals. It
    • Men did not then speak without reason of the Zodiac or Animal Circle;
    • have their parts assigned to them, so to speak, and have their abode
    • they have their headquarters, so to speak, but first send out their
    • that he could come directly in contact, so to speak, with those beings
    • the Seven Holy Rishis had to say to humanity; each one speaking what
    • Christ. In the solar system we cannot, in the ordinary sense, speak of
    • speak of the Christ, who passes through the spheres of the different
    • that out from the cosmos everywhere speaks that which permeates our
  • Title: Lecture 10: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • perception, generally speaking, only the forms of the minerals exist.
    • speak of all that works from the planetary system, with regard to the
    • group-ego of the minerals is, that, strictly speaking, it does not end
    • onwards, for they, so to speak, belonged to it from the beginning.
    • also. To-day we have, so to speak, grasped the moon as a field of
    • According to this the moon, so to speak, is designated as the
    • We must recognize that in the realm of the spiritual, we speak of
    • Christ just as in that of the physical we speak of the Sun; that in
    • the realm of the spiritual we speak of the planetary spirits and of
    • speak, perhaps, of the principle of Buddha. Here again is a point
    • time turns its countenance, so to speak, to all the stars which shine
    • Anthroposophy to look in an unbiased manner upon all which speaks
    • starry heavens, where spirits speak the same language to us through
  • Title: Lecture: The Ten Commandments
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    • understanding of this early document of man as well. We actually speak
    • Second Commandment. You shall not speak in error of Me in you, for
    • speaking false of him.
    • “You shall not speak in error of Me in you, for everything false about
    • fellowman, if he disparages his worth by speaking falsely of him, he
  • Title: Lecture: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • not speak to him about spiritual worlds because man no longer had the
    • Generally speaking, the ages of history repeat themselves, but always
    • teacher instead, after which Tauler was able to speak of God with such
  • Title: Three Paths: Lecture I: The Path through the Gospels and The Path of Inner Experience
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    • On these two more intimate evenings we shall have to speak of a
    • enlightenment. Thus in speaking of Christ today we speak of something
    • But when we speak of the inner way to Christ, we encounter more and
    • shall try to speak of the inner Christ-experience in such a way
    • feel what speaks out of the Buddha, can feel all that first came about
    • initiation we have still to speak. But since the time of the Mystery
  • Title: Three Paths: Lecture II: The Path of Initiation
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    • animals, but I am not speaking of this now; I am speaking of the
    • to speak, of beings belonging to the super-sensible worlds learned that
    • to speak, upon their creations. Had evolution continued in this way,
    • who, symbolically speaking, serve the Holy Grail or, speaking
    • — may speak of the secrets which they know and which work in
    • and dignity, reply to one who should speak to him of a Christ
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
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    • to walk, learning to speak, learning to think. You know that the human
    • about speaking through imitation of the surroundings. Language is the
    • human being as childish thinking. Walking, speaking, thinking, —
    • How did walking, speaking, thinking appear in the pre-earthly life?
    • existence. This takes the form of direct speaking in thoughts.
    • Speaking is bound up with the breast system, man's rhythmic system,
    • of walking capacity, speaking capacity, thinking capacity, which we
    • described begin to grow silent: conceiving, speaking, action all grow
    • his speaking capacity comes to an end, he approaches the Archangelic
    • would have to speak in a special manner to the human beings of the
    • waking state. The manner in which man uses worthily his speaking
    • elemental Beings, if materialistic thinking, speaking, action become
    • have such an inheritance of a good mood in thinking, speaking and
    • The idealizing of thinking, speaking and action provides man with the
    • words, through the idealistic attitude expressed in his speaking, he
    • In learning to speak, something else is really indicated. This also is
    • Archai. Capacity for speaking we receive from the Archangels. But what
    • their own forces. The capacity for speaking is received by the human
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    • death. We know that, so to speak, we breathe in thoughts and again
    • thoughts, with which one can, so to speak, do whatever one will, made
    • would have considered it utterly astonishing to speak of
    • is one really speaking in a truly Christian, spiritual understanding
    • Heaven of which Christ speaks must by seen by us upon the earth as the
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • gathering have aroused in me. Your speaker described in a pleasing
    • century. But today, I shall speak about these forces in their more
    • considered today. Today the younger and the older generation speak
    • as regards the younger. To speak of blame would be to use a form of
    • philistine forms of thought. We shall not speak of blame, neither
    • external life. In Middle Europe, especially in the German-speaking
    • the middle of the eighties and nineties, in German-speaking
    • nineteenth century. And so what presented itself could not speak to
    • this. Now in speaking out of the spirit it is often necessary to
    • Germany is yearning for — as your speaker truly said —
    • during the last third of the nineteenth century. One can speak about
    • am not finding fault when I speak of the tragedy which befell Julius
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • IN SPEAKING of a movement
    • clothed in all kinds of different words — one man speaking
    • Nature. When the old speak of Nature it is as though they were
    • was no longer tolerated. And if one were spurred on to speak with
    • now I want to speak of something quite different, but gradually
    • a man like Scotus Erigena to speak of Rights as modern people speak,
    • human beings to speak as man to man. This is no longer so, because
    • father could at least speak to the son. But at the end of the
    • ancient Greece nobody would have known how to speak about objective
    • was unwilling to speak in the phrases which were already prevalent in
    • then, when one strives to speak out of what can bring this life back
    • speaks quite differently from the way in which people speak elsewhere
    • long as this is not realized it is impossible to speak of education.
    • may appear. Those who speak of something new and are inwardly earnest
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • TODAY I shall speak in
    • speak of the Spirit as we speak of animals or stones. With such
    • in Haeckel, whereas the theosophists speak of the Spirit as if it
    • were matter, but diluted matter. The point is not that one speaks
    • about the Spirit but that one speaks through the Spirit. One can
    • speak spiritually about the material, that is to say, it is possible
    • to speak about the material in mobile concepts. And that is always
    • much more spiritual than to speak un-spiritually about the Spirit.
    • the same so far as what is living is concerned. To speak in a living
    • really matter whether we speak materialistically or intellectually,
    • clear I said: It is all the same to me whether people speak of
    • Spirit too lives within it. If one speaks out of the realm of the
    • begins to speak of spiritual beings as one speaks of plants and
    • merely to speak about the Spirit, but out of the Spirit, to unfold
    • the Spirit in the very speaking. The Spirit can have an educative
    • these people began to speak of the “permanent atom” which
    • people who, wanting to speak of the Spirit, talk of the pleasant
    • the inclination not for abstract speaking, but for inward action in
    • spirituality. Permeated by spirit we can speak of matter and we shall
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • attempts to speak of ethics and moral views in such a way that moral
    • speak here of what holds good universally — that it is proven
    • speaking, knows that there came for Nietzsche the tragic moment when,
    • in his own way, he said: “When a man of the present day speaks
    • time. People forget how they put labels on things. They speak of good
    • become instinct, and because its origin has been forgotten, it speaks
    • what the speaker really feels. The empty phrase over-reaches itself
    • indeed progress. Then we shall speak of the Spirit which is so like
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • men did not speak in indefinite terms as was current later, and this
    • very indefiniteness was untruthful. When speaking of intuitions, of
    • speak of proofs for the existence of God would have been as if
    • grey hair! This is a figurative way of speaking, but Spenglerism
    • human being. It would be foolish to speak about the human form as if
    • from speaking of moral intuitions will themselves be silenced. And so
    • speaks of intuitions not in mere phrases but honestly, truthfully,
    • intuitions; thus we learn to speak out of the primal wisdom of the
    • reality, that we learn to speak a new language.
    • we are thinking, just as when we learnt to speak an impulse arose in
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • great deeds,” are true. But if we speak truly and not in mere
    • we anticipate an ethics, a conception of morality that will speak
    • earthly existence. When we speak of confidence between men in the
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • one speaks to people in the way I have during the past days, it is as
    • children; school must be all joy for the child. Yes, those who speak
    • speaking about it, or only studying it, it is not a matter of
    • took the line of speaking about everything under the sun except his
    • hidden. This is taken to be a poetic way of speaking, but it is no
    • things must be taken concretely. To speak of a super-sensible world
    • are “hidden” from one; to speak of super-sensible worlds
    • means in the face of life itself to speak about actual realities. We
    • are speaking of actual realities when we speak as the thirty
    • which we have been speaking, cannot but long for something with which
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • day and the souls of that time. I am speaking of some souls only.
    • thoughts. They are, so to speak, the footprints of the divine world
    • am speaking only of a part of humanity — destined to be born
    • science and that of Goethe. But I do not want to speak about this.
    • when, let us say, they speak of the embryo or of the structure of the
    • speaking of what was experienced in science. And about that one can
    • there speaks what you are seeking within the minute. You talk of the
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • again, one must speak about such things, and treat them in a
    • being cannot, properly speaking, know anything? It follows that the
    • teachers, that they should feel their teachers capable of speaking
    • and thinking and of letting beauty hold sway in their speaking.
    • when we speak of the objective method of teaching, we keep the
    • speech is learnt. Speech is, so to speak, poured into the child just
    • to speak and think, had also the gift of eloquence. When the young
    • his physical body. That is why science can only speak conclusively —
    • feels when, by imitating, he learns to speak. This urge will be
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture X
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • know before. It was perfectly natural to speak in this way. Just as a
    • phantasy of which modern science speaks. To understand the fullness
    • year onwards are completely blurred. Comparatively speaking, an inner
    • your soul, so to speak, in a pure flight of thought. But this pure
    • only now, for the first time, that you can speak of thinking, as it
    • really have no right to speak of thinking as an activity of the head,
    • the human being at two or three years has to get used to speaking a
    • able to speak at will now Chinese, now French, now German. Nobody
    • speaks to the children about botany in a way that is not scientific.
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    • child learning to speak. For then the head which has to take part in
    • learning to speak begins to stir and develops the first stage of
    • speak reserves for itself the pleasures of tasting. Even as regards
    • that, relatively speaking, modern people know most. And what do they
    • to speak in poetical fashion about his incurable fear in regard to
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    • though slowly, today. I shall not speak in the usual sense of our age
    • such things in speaking about cultural phenomena. Read the first
    • certain bashfulness about speaking about it at all, when we feel
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    • in which the older and younger generations speak "entirely different soul
    • In speaking one is obliged to explain things in words and ideas. What
    • education we must have a heart. We must learn — speaking
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    • We must keep in mind, if we wish to speak seriously of the spiritual
    • beings of the higher hierarchies. If we speak of evolution in
    • emancipated, so to speak, from the sphere which is interpenetrated by
    • with our blood-circulation, speaking in the sense of external
    • are the blossoms of popular modern civilization, do not speak of
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    • accustomed, because of the acknowledgment of this duad, to speak, on
    • the soul element, filled with content. On the other hand, people speak
    • being, regardless whether we are speaking of soul or of body. From the
    • wish to speak of a connection of man with the animal world in regard
    • the head in order that the Gods might speak to him. At the beginning
    • they answered: the Lord whose name is ineffable speaks to us; but he
    • speaks to us through his countenance. And the countenance of their God
    • speaks to him and reveals the secrets that relate to the human being;
    • Speaking in imaginations, we may point back to the fact that the
    • written, I will speak to you always through My day spirit, Michael, if
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture III. Michaelic Thinking.
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    • We speak lightly of the fact that we, as physical human beings, live
    • modern mankind speaks about them. This, however, was not the case. We
    • Physiologically speaking, it is Lucifer's constant endeavor to send
    • Psychically speaking, Lucifer is constantly endeavoring to give to the
    • Speaking from the soul aspect, I would have to say: everything that
    • uniting you do not see. You speak correctly only if you say to
    • We speak of Ahrimanic and Luciferic beings, we speak of the beings of
    • a super-sensible being, so do we labor under other delusions. We speak
    • Michael wills to speak to us. That means, we must try to recognize our
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture IV: The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse.
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    • present-day human existence we can only speak clearly about that which
    • regard to the truths of external observation we can never speak of
    • speak of Christ, of freedom, and so forth. In reality, my dear
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture V: The Michael Deed and the Michael Influence as Counter-pole of the Ahrimanic Influence
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    • for human beings prior to the fourth post-Christian century to speak
    • speak of present mankind, we may consider the evolution of mankind
    • For we will be different beings on Jupiter. These so-to-speak
    • And it is not without danger to speak about these things in complete
    • It is my duty, as it were, my dear friends, to speak at this time of
    • the subject of which I have begun to speak today (I shall continue it
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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    • Now, if we speak spiritual-scientifically about the human being by
    • post-Atlantean cultural period. Roughly speaking, we might say: In the
    • speak of the contrast between the material and the spiritual, but we
    • consciousness, physics and people in general speak. We must become
    • future age of mankind, to speak in abstractions about the spiritual,
    • fluid,” but the fluid physiology speaks about today is not a
  • Title: Lecture: Signs of the Times: Michaels Battle and Its Reflection On Earth -- I
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    • Most of them live from day to day. If an attempt is made to speak of a
    • shall have to speak about this in our next lecture.) Today the human
    • Generally speaking, this is correct; but from what is thus written in
    • another human being. If I speak to someone here on the physical plane,
    • and passes over to him. I am conscious of the fact that I speak. I am
    • speaking here of fully conscious intercourse.) In fully conscious
    • speaks in his soul what I intend to ask him or what I wish to
    • following: At one time or another in life something speaks within your
    • people. No other method would do. I am not speaking now about whether
    • proved that these people do not speak the truth, for not one will be
    • our will impulses. It speaks of the worlds within which we exist with
    • speaks is the real world in which our feelings and our will impulses
    • then speak about the conditions of our present age from a truly
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    • a simple way, it may easily sound trivial. But I shall speak simply.
    • always stated that the battle of which I am now speaking started at
    • It is, in general, very difficult to speak to human beings of the
    • Many people speak of this descent. But if they are seriously called
    • Mystery of Golgotha. From the time Lessing began to speak about the
    • therefore I must speak as I do; for these are the facts. — If
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    • her every day life. She had always been able to speak German;
    • hysteria could no longer do so; she could speak and understand
    • medical treatment, to speak of a certain scene, a very
    • encouraged her to speak of it, she told of an experience she
    • have already outgrown bare materialism, in that they speak of
    • think and feel. These people cannot be persuaded to speak of
    • those abstract demonic ones, of which the psychoanalyst speaks.
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    • lecturers, and speaking in the first person. It would be
    • that it is speaking against walls to try to break through what
    • to the fact that the threshold has, so to speak, a certain
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    • primarily upon ourselves, does not leave, so to speak, the
    • just what has, so to speak, brought about the apparently
    • speak of Devachan only because in clairvoyance, when the self
    • alike but, if we may speak figuratively, it darkens upon the
    • of existence, so to speak, is quite different for the different
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    • Generally speaking, it must be said that a complete
    • get a good idea of all that is, so to speak, embedded in this
    • clairvoyance which is, so to speak, a kind of obscure
    • speak, any other parts of his organism except the
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    • a first result we realize the absolute folly of speaking of
    • When speaking of the power of memory, I drew attention to the
    • into concrete facts. If we speak only in generalities of
    • The present natural scientists become very angry if you speak
    • karma. It is revoltingly foolish to speak of the heart as a
    • whole structure of the human being. We cannot speak of the head
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    • most eminent sense for the post-Atlantean age. We do not speak of an
    • We speak of an old-Indian period of civilisation, of an old-Persian
    • if we would speak of our time preparing a sixth race. If relics of the
    • would always repeat itself, so that one could always speak of seven
    • lets the facts alone speak, when one heeds no reasons derived from
    • personal opinion, but lets facts alone speak in this sphere.
    • so it speaks to the deepest kernel of man's being, so it grasps this
    • kernel of man. As we usually speak from man to man, fundamentally it
    • is only surface speaking to surface, something which we have not
    • man's being, and, when it is understood aright by another, speaks
    • speak in the various national languages what has to be announced, the
    • spirit. Physics speaks of an “impact” of bodies. It has
    • we speak is only comprehensible to those faculties of our soul which
    • speak of things in this way ceases to have any meaning. Then indeed it
    • we learn to speak a language, which is really not merely understood by
    • spoken. There we speak to all human beings. Because in a certain
    • whether they are in the one or other condition. Thus we speak a speech
    • In the future, that which speaks to the depths of man's soul will
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    • day, spiritually, by always speaking on what concerns the day, but one
    • of spiritual science, we can speak of a tribal father of the Jewish
    • a revelation from outside, through a revelation which speaks through
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    • because opportunity offers itself today to speak of the Mark Gospel.
    • If we speak of this, we must be quite clear how necessary it is to
    • which one felt the responsibility that GOD should speak from out of
    • in the Greek text: Behold, how it appears, how it there speaks in the
    • Isaiah speaks of John the Baptist, how he points out thereby that
    • the gospel speaks quite exactly as if this sun-force dwelt in a
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    • that from which it really became possible. Let us speak for a
    • speak of the Old Moon. — (you can read this up in my
    • Augustine was speaking, and for which there is no guarantee of
    • shall speak further on this point in the next two lectures.
    • which we shall Speak further tomorrow, can one find a real
    • have to speak of that which is connected in a significant way
    • nor a worker, but simply a believer; I am not speaking of
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    • humanity, we are generally speaking, already far more
    • physical and etheric bodies, so to speak, and they bring about
    • Jesus (and of this we shall speak further in the next lecture)
    • but we are accustomed to speak like this to-day) — he
    • It is extraordinarily difficult to speak of these things.
    • it. It is not enough to speak abstractly on the evolution of
    • It is an anachronism to speak to-day in the same sense of
    • speaking of these things, but by grasping the concrete impulses
    • of this we shall speak further to-morrow.
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    • expression of esoteric truths. Today I should like to speak of one of
    • speak of one that is not very easy to understand, I want to speak of
    • Try to acquire an idea of what we mean when we speak of this
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    • To-day I should like to speak about a very important myth, also Greek,
    • which took place at that time. The Beings of whom I am now speaking
    • speaking, Penelope is the human soul in the fifth root-race. The fifth
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture IV - The Trojan War
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    • should like to speak of one in particular of those sagas which are
    • Before I begin to speak about this saga, I should like to refer to
    • matter of which alone we can treat when we would speak of physical
    • The poet, the initiate, who speaks of such things, always expresses
    • hero Achilles.” It is of the Kundalini fire that the poet speaks
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    • physical bony framework. Thus, when the occultist speaks of the
    • has been thought out, but rather he is speaking of it as the
    • speaks of light and would thereby point to wisdom, this he does not
    • today, the natural scientist, probing into nature, speaks of the
    • Thus is it to be explained that religious documents speak of light as
    • speaking of a celestial harmony. With spiritual ears one can hear it.
    • objects, so to speak. Naturally, this other kind of perception was
    • covered the earth. Hence it is that the myth speaks of Niflheim, of a
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    • of numbers. When speaking of occult signs and symbols, it is
    • This is what is meant when certain religious systems speak of the
    • speaking of evil only where fivefoldness appears. When, one day,
    • know you might not speak German, but you shall get the
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    • While I speak to you,
    • movements, so to speak, and thus through the larynx we have a mineral
    • mineral, but also plant-like vibrations. They will speak
    • speak “feeling beings.” On the highest stage of their
    • call people into being through their speaking, so it was that the
    • matter, and he will be able to speak creatively into this fiery
    • astral sheaths rather than physical. One can speak with them as to
    • from which all beings have, so to speak, physically crystallized.
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    • When we have to speak of what we call the Spiritual Hierarchies, it
    • existed the wisdom of which we are going to speak: it is the PLAN OF
    • magnificent the language in which the ancient wisdom of Egypt speaks,
    • nineteenth century or thereabouts one can speak of this world wisdom
    • one could speak more openly from the sources of Western occultism,
    • The time has come when one can speak from those ever living sources
    • humanity through the Christ Impulse. When one speaks of Western
    • one who speaks with knowledge of Rosicrucian wisdom will ever expound
    • Buddha, or say that anything in them is untrue. Every man who speaks
    • quite senseless to speak to them of the heavenly bodies spread out in
    • would have been no sense in speaking of Mercury or of Neptune or of
    • Saturn, etc., as our astronomy speaks. The way astronomy speaks of
    • its spiritual content. He could speak only of the spiritual, for it
    • would have had no meaning to speak of physical stars, when the
    • All the holy Rishis speak of that knowledge. In the times when men
    • thinks it impossible that one could ever speak of Copernican
    • speaking of the ascending scale of worlds: of the Moon, of Mercury,
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    • elements are, so to speak, separated from each other, but we see the
    • has, so to speak, two sides to it. An outer, which it shows when we
    • we may speak of an outer fire which we realise in the other elements,
    • all observations of nature, because fire is, so to speak, the portal
    • all air, and will even be bewitched, banished, so to speak, to a
    • Bhagavad Gita of which I spoke in my last lecture. It does not speak
    • here at all of the human Ego, it speaks of those nature spirits, of
    • belonging to the spiritual hierarchies. We have been speaking of the
    • divided from night, if these elementals were not so to speak
    • those know that these sentences speak of the ascension or of the
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    • things are, so to speak, jumbled together, and through this the
    • first planet to which we look back when speaking of incarnations of
    • divine spiritual beings. It is the same thing whether to speak of
    • yesterday that warmth has, so to speak, two sides to it. One side is
    • because the warmth returned, so to speak, in a higher condition.
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    • can give only his thoughts; that speaking truly, is not as yet much
    • now begins to shine outwardly; but it alternates, so to speak, from
    • Archangels, so to speak, with open arms. When the Archangels spread
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    • vicinity of the highest Godhead of which we can speak at all: the
    • themselves for the task. The Beings who, are so to speak, nearest God
    • which had been chosen for the new world-system. If we speak very
    • ancient Saturn. If the Thrones have reached, so to speak, to its
    • We are not speaking now of our present Sun, but of that ancient Sun
    • speak, the devastations produced by the Fight in Heaven. You have a
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    • lecture, the fight in heaven, which has left, so to speak, so many
    • speaking, only as far on during our present earth evolution as man
    • regulates, so to speak, the relation between separate men and the
    • continuity of human existence. Fundamentally speaking, they regulate
    • did is not that he, so to speak, took a chair and gazed into space to
    • speaking of the appearance of the heavens, they calculated everything
    • When one speaks of the Copernican and of the Ptolemaic systems, one
    • conditions. It left the earth to itself, so to speak, so that man
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    • Generally speaking we may say: as much of his astral body as man has
    • Spirits of Personality did speak through human entities in the
    • find those, through whom the Hierarchies speak The great Hierarchies
    • speak out of the Cosmos downwards into the Planets, and only by
    • Thus, when you hear of the Buddhas, for they do not speak of the one
    • only the inhabitants of Mercury who speak with us, when we have a
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    • because it is my task to speak in these lectures not of speculative
    • already told you that ancient Saturn was, fundamentally speaking, as
    • something more, but we must first be clear, that when we speak of the
    • fundamentally speaking, one with universal space, so that I might as
    • other. When they have covered each other up, they form, so to speak,
    • These things can naturally only be said, when speaking to
    • pole is Mars. When speaking of Mars as the third condition of our
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    • Jupiter, as a mighty living being, had been, so to speak, killed;
    • conditions were such that we have to speak of a Sun. But when after
    • with once and for all. But when we speak of the Earth's
    • touch on everything, when one speaks of the whole world.
    • In speaking of Saturn, I spoke of a globe of fire or of a large fiery
    • If — trivially speaking — one took an egg desiring to
    • Beings or Hierarchies. For when we speak of the contraction of large
    • it has, so to speak, come to a conclusion, when it is complete; you
    • are speaking of the first Saturn development — the Saturn globe
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    • evolution. They formed, so to speak, the foundation on which the new
    • stand on a totally different footing, and fundamentally speaking have
    • Hierarchies who, fundamentally speaking, were his human forefathers?
    • to speak, by the Godhead; that would be unthinkable because of their
    • who, so to speak, looked at the way the hindrances
    • the human-animal stage. Then those Angel beings who, so to speak,
    • Christ! Does He, fundamentally speaking, work through His teaching?
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    • however, which comes to us when clairvoyant investigation speaks,
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    • speaking into his ego. And the difference between a normal person of
    • and we speak now of the spiritual outer world — may be
    • death-like condition. And speaking in the abstract, we may say for
    • live in that which meets us (speaking according to spiritual science)
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    • speaking in the human soul, it interposed itself in front of the
    • speak of the transition from Saturn to Old Sun and of this to Old
    • Moon, we could not speak thus simply of the Old Moon evolution
    • speaking, of Moon and Sun. Saturn and Sun may perhaps be spoken of as
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture IV
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    • speak of these matters with great accuracy and precision.
    • Earth, and of which one can only speak by analogy.
    • earth, having come over from pre-terrestrial ages; he also speaks of
    • speaking of him in his present condition. Is it to be imagined, then,
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture VI
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    • self-consciousness within it. He said: ‘I, speaking to myself,
    • in his human ‘I’ consciousness. He knew that to speak of
    • within them as their original ‘cause,’ so to speak,
    • order to carry out some purpose. It is not permissible to speak of a
    • speak of an inner mystical experience of the Christ; but we must also
    • the world. When modern men speak of the mystical Christ within the
    • His soul, but can also describe Him, can speak of Him and picture Him
    • they satisfy us; the Christ speaks through them, and He does so even
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    • speaking). That word is the word ‘feeling.’ We speak of
    • speaking of feeling in a superficial way we mean the sense of touch,
    • feeling of which we are here speaking is an intimate soul experience;
    • earth), through the fluidic, or water, to speak in the spiritual
    • regarded differently at different epochs. In speaking of the
    • way when speaking of the time of Oedipus as when speaking of the time
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    • chapters we speak of it by pursuing the path which the soul has to
    • withdrawal, belonged, strictly speaking, to neither of those
    • we speak of the Luciferic beings, we must become acquainted with the
    • the danger of a certain species of Luciferic being the speaker is not
    • be right to speak of certain species of Luciferic beings in the sense
    • Apollonian Mysteries desired to speak to their pupils of the
    • spoken such wonderful words to Zarathustra, would speak to men in the
    • of many kinds are to be found in the world. Speaking from our
    • speak of children and of their origin, of the children of spiritual
    • we speak of beings existing simultaneously, in whose nature,
    • being to the brothers of Christ, a transition of which we shall speak
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    • of space and time; but if we do not confine ourselves to speaking of
    • itself in time. Hence everything which is to speak to the inner being
    • descent? Whose son is he? Therefore in speaking about the Luciferic
    • whose child it was who was speaking to the human soul. We speak of
    • the children of Lucifer in this sense when we speak of those who in
    • in the olden times, it was natural to speak of those who were
    • with brother love, that is to follow Christ. If, therefore, we speak
    • Christ principle. We might speak at great length about the relation
    • Therefore we speak of seven as remaining over from the twelve. When
    • we wish to speak of that which is good and which acts as our guide in
    • time, we must speak of seven wise men, of seven Rishis, for this
    • speaking. And what we then described as their wisdom had poured down
    • teachers an incarnation of a Bodhisattva. It is permissible to speak
    • Being of Whom we are here speaking, was once incarnate in a human
    • Bodhisattvas, we speak of great teachers of mankind, because the
    • Him and speak about Him, so that He is the object and not the subject
    • various lectures. [We are here speaking of these Beings in the
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • of theosophy, that emanates, so to speak, from the high regions of
    • cycle, the time seems ripe for speaking in a more comprehensive sense
    • within you speak; what He reveals of the world is theosophy.”
    • you speak. Speak of what is beneath as well as what is above you, and
    • Occult physiology speaks of Sun and Moon elements of the
    • examining only what is on the ground, so to speak. Important matters
    • that speaks to our own soul in tones. That is the eighth sense, the
    • activity sets in. We speak of a sense as of something that functions
    • The child learns to speak before he learns to reason. A
    • the individual. What speaks to the senses is not subject to the
    • learns to speak, or at least to understand what is spoken, before he
    • speak of touching. Hearing we can no longer describe as
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    • bestowed upon him, so to speak, by the surrounding outer spiritual
    • dealing with a number of senses we can speak of touch sensations, but
    • ordinary human being. He speaks of “pressing,” but does
    • Folk Spirit speaks through the two a's that succeed each other in
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • the astral tentacles, so to speak, with no resistance present, then
    • whole line, so to speak; it forms the longitudinal axis of the body,
    • speak, to the rear wall is that the brain has become an eye. The eye
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: IV. Supersensible Currents in the Human and Animal Organizations.
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    • turnabout, so to speak, a reversal of the direction. If the physical
    • sentient body had, so to speak, bored the holes for the sense organs
    • but they are frequently misinterpreted because the senses that speak
    • speech? If he was to learn to speak, not just to hear, it was
    • animals cannot speak. The ego had to be acting downward from above
    • vertical direction of influence. If men were to learn to speak under
    • could they have learned to speak if they had remained in one spot.
    • were to learn to speak? We know that the etheric currents flow from
    • its peculiar development. Man learned to speak at a time when his
    • between Asia and Africa. Thence, in order to learn to speak, he
    • to speak.
    • They were advance guards, so to speak, and their task was to develop,
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: I. The Elements of the Soul Life.
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    • experience, can be described in two ways. Speaking accurately in
    • spinal cord and that transmit messages to the brain, so to speak, are
    • it lives on. With this in mind we can actually speak of our soul
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • infuse blood, so to speak, into our description of the soul. We want
    • be permitted to speak of one of his poems, upon occasion, as I have
    • person speaking to us depends upon our soul life. You, for instance,
    • speak, and engenders an uncomfortable feeling in us. One's own soul
    • have the right feeling when we speak, that is, when we yield
    • that while we now turn to the man. This man speaks. You perceive his
    • speaks. Keep in mind the three verdicts — the tree is green,
    • the bell rings, the man speaks. In all three we are concerned with
    • the genius of speech is highly intelligent you can never speak of
    • verb that helps you, in speaking, to live in time. True, we can
    • Now we come to the third verdict, the man speaks. There,
    • question, the ringing, but in the verdict, the man speaks, something
    • speaks,” you wish your own inner being to confront the man's
    • substance, before the matter that really concerns us. In speaking,
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    • it not only can flow along in the soul unconsciously, so to speak,
    • to speak; it is not itself present. Then it begins to unite with all
    • body, has entered the etheric body — has itself, so to speak,
    • soul. Our soul is the stage, so to speak, where these forces
    • measure of what speaks to the feelings. On the other hand, one whose
    • inner experiences in words that speak powerfully to men. Such a one
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • I will sketch the former for you. Aristotle speaks
    • of man. He speaks of the spirit as of something superadded to the
    • latter, he is constrained to speak of the spirit as of something
    • quite impossible to speak, in Aristotle's sense, of a single
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • arrives at inferences such as were described yesterday. Hegel speaks
    • it then be possible, in the materialists' sense, to speak of a world
    • justified in speaking of the spiritual world who either envision it
    • participate, so to speak, in so far as we look up from the man of the
    • Here, as you see, is a man who speaks sincerely and
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    • context? It is that we should be able, so to speak, to form a valid
    • perception, then and only then is it possible to speak of forming a
    • justifies our speaking of visualizations and emotions as though they
    • standing dynamically side by side, so to speak, but to start
    • speak. We try to understand it, then we seek the essence underlying
    • peasant woman was floating, so to speak, in a world of devotion and,
    • speak, the thoughts we frame about objects. The objects are given,
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • our own soul and spirit, that we should, so to speak, first of all
    • saying agreeable things but with speaking the truth objectively. We
    • learned to know our own tone, so to speak, we discover how ill
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    • there were seven degrees of Initiation. I will speak of them as they
    • heralds. The Old Testament, too, speaks of the ravens in the story of
    • We have been speaking to-day, not of an undefined, abstract feeling
    • obvious that we are not speaking here in any materialistic sense, but
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    • which we are now to speak has to do with a Sun belonging to a far
    • longer understands what speaks to him in the rippling of waves, in the
    • speak. But it is the star of humanity, of evolving humanity; it is the
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • all these feelings that were astir in the depths of the soul speak a
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    • of which people often speak nowadays in a way that is almost
    • out. People who speak of the ancient Gnosis as oriental phantasy that
    • speak of them at greater length you would find that there are deep
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    • mathematical science, speaking only of conditions and relationships in
    • with phrases speak of such things in glib words to the effect that it
    • of our own inmost being. Men like Keyserling speak of the need to view
    • earth. But in our time, although people speak of Christ Jesus, in
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    • I want to speak to-day about a Festival to which in modern times less
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    • When people of to-day speak of Christ, they still associate with His
    • nothingness at death. And so, in speaking of Immortality, all that is
    • the Being Who speaks to the soul and to the spirit, Who unites and
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    • why his books speak of the influences exercised upon history by popes,
    • In converse with the Father God, Jesus is speaking of the descent
    • speak truly of Him — in history, for example. If within our movement
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    • upon me to speak upon a very sublime subject with which man is
    • is necessary for us to grow accustomed to speak in such a way on these
    • been such Beings in the development of our earth. (I am only speaking
    • impossible in any part of the earth to speak about the Ego in this
    • beforehand to speak of the Ego in that special way, well, it could not
    • of civilisation, has it become possible to speak in the form of pure
    • speak like that along the lines of the theory of knowledge, for there
    • inner voice speaks, telling him: ‘You ought not to do this. You
    • to speak, prove historically that there was a beginning to the time
    • when men began to speak of conscience. When this was, is clearly
    • word was, so to speak, only the call to attention, the signal, that a
    • things flowed in from outside, so to speak — as we saw in the
    • sentient soul and instill into it, so to speak, the power of thought,
    • in man. Yet, although he made use, so to speak, of all the human
    • body. Humanly speaking, there was something tragic in the fact that
    • all along been speaking of those Beings who formed the sentient-soul
    • the inner nature of man, so to speak. For indeed we cannot but say to
    • Buddha influenced the intellectual soul from within, so to speak,
    • surrounded by twelve Bodhisattvas; we cannot indeed speak of more than
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • the law of karma. As a rule they do not see, figuratively speaking,
    • may certainly seem as though one could speak of unfulfilled wishes,
    • things to-day — to speak of them from the high horse of
    • but that one should speak of the spiritual world in general
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    • spiritual world, so to speak, with the qualities he has acquired
    • speaking, much longer than the Ages we still have to describe. After
    • applied to larger spans. We are now speaking of the divisions of time
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    • would not people, speaking in a materialistic sense at the end of the
    • In bygone centuries it was, comparatively speaking, not harmful for
    • to speak. Those persons will be God-filled (or blessed) who, through
    • Anthroposophy, speaking from spiritual investigation, will tell men of
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    • matter. People come along to-day and speaking from their trivial
    • speak of man and woman we only refer to the configuration of their
    • being of man; so that we cannot, in an occult sense, speak as our
    • makes a man or woman a human being, it can only speak of them as it
    • sees them. We are not now speaking of the human being as such in man
    • understands these things it will no longer speak as foolishly as it
    • Eastern writings speak with deep sorrow of that land, asking:
    • why Eastern literature speaks with such tragic despair of the vanished
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    • shall speak on that same subject in our group-meeting to-day. There is
    • that a man who has already mastered certain basic facts can both speak
    • speak in a study-group we assume that the minds of those present have
    • looking at things and speaking of them in one way only, though that
    • that precious possession of the human soul, which speaks like the
    • is not so very long ago, comparatively speaking, that the human
    • forth far and wide, speaking as it were for the spiritual-world:
    • we, speaking in an external and spatial sense, have referred to as the
    • innocence of conscience! How does it speak? It speaks in the same way
    • from the lowest to the highest, already speaks in the Sentient-Soul,
    • passions, — and speaks there like a voice from God, urging man to
    • pressing forth from the depths of the soul. Conscience speaks like an
    • describe it, are far from hitting the mark. It speaks with the same
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    • in the womb of time, so to speak, and had to be brought to birth. In
    • renewed when it had, so to speak, grown old; but in the course of time
    • is an egotistical expression of the human soul. Those who speak thus
    • dwell in each human soul, so to speak, and can be realised within each
    • spiritual vision the voice of God will once more speak to him, the
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    • receive the light of the Hierarchies. Generally speaking almost every
    • been levied against our Western spiritual movement that we speak out
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    • until this phase we can speak in terms of astral color phenomena in
    • Again it may be a shock to speak of what is experienced only
    • during our physical existence we speak of getting old. In the
    • another opportunity in the not too distant future to speak further on
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    • he no longer says, “Carl speaks,” or “Mary speaks,”
    • but “I speak.” Knowledge of the “I” therefore
    • To speak only of unity amounts to saying that salt, pepper, paprika
    • expressed in these different substances. Of course, one can speak
    • with in a single lecture. It is only possible to speak of particular
    • Christ Jesus speaks profound words in the Gospel when He says to
    • relation to all religious denominations and world-conceptions speaks
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    • speak about more intimate matters that can only be dealt with in
    • like to speak of the period that for super-sensible perception is of
    • life, so to speak, in the spheres of knowledge and art, do we have to
    • Now, as I wish to speak more intimately of these things, I shall have
    • the spiritual world, how he speaks as a prophet, that one only learns
    • yet another experience on Mars. As we are speaking more intimately
    • and “Dusk.” One easily speaks about a cold allegory, but
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    • must move around them, so to speak, and examine them from every point
    • image. We are enveloped in the cloud of our visions, so to speak, but
    • this is unintelligible, it is even more so to speak about an abstract
    • A particular prejudice still prevails today. People speak as if
    • this Being or that Being is speaking — that is the point, not
    • placed them originally. But I want to speak mainly about the four
    • We shall speak further on this subject in the lecture the day after
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    • on earth. Yet, generally speaking, there is little prospect that a
    • ways of which we shall speak when the opportunity arises.
    • Are not the things of which we have been speaking really there? Let
    • consciousness between death and a new birth. I will speak quite
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    • of feeling we can freely experience what speaks to our soul because,
    • speak of a common kernel in all religions. They in fact, however,
    • The adherents of the Hindu and Buddhist religions speak in terms of a
    • A similar group egoism is true of most peoples when they speak of
    • as far as the Sun sphere. There it acts as a guide, so to speak, from
    • larger, so to speak. Below us we have the Sun and above, the mighty,
    • blood. We shall often speak further about these matters in the
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    • grace. The gates are flung open by the dead. They can speak to those
    • In Europe we do not speak the same languages as in India. But
    • Today we are gathered together and speak of spiritual science. We
    • In speaking about life between death and rebirth we open up a
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    • able to speak after death if we wish to be rightly there for the
    • souls are transposed, so to speak. We should consider the earth as a
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    • then she appears unable to speak. It can be compared to two people,
    • to speak to his fellow men about spiritual wisdom. He sees the sorrow
    • Those whose mission to speak about the super-sensible stems from the
    • of possibilities that they cannot hear what the dead would speak to
    • to speak to the hearts of those who have developed a spiritual
    • language he used to speak during his lifetime, because during the
    • language the dead used to speak. But after five, six, eight years,
    • answer out of the spiritual facts themselves that speaks directly to
    • spiritual science. Whenever one speaks about matters such as these,
    • these matters. But to speak precisely about these matters in this way
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    • dead. People will speak with the dead, and they will listen to the
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    • speaking is pure nonsense. When we cross the gate of death we are, to
    • attracted by the mixture within the hereditary stream, so to speak,
    • confront these being consciously. Pictorially speaking, one can
    • before he learned to speak, and there grew up without ever hearing
    • the human voice, he would never learn to speak! This shows clearly
    • that children do not learn to speak unless speech comes to them from
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    • It is not really incongruous to speak about the dead in words taken
    • greatest value and significance. We will speak in a moment of the
    • the Moon sphere into the Mercury sphere; I am speaking entirely from
    • to speak about certain aspects of the passage through the Mars
    • speak in this way. We have to develop in our lives on earth the
    • from his earlier incarnations. We are justified in speaking of him as
    • lead far off the mark when speaking about successive incarnations. To
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    • together in our group meetings we can speak more precisely about
    • must not escape his mental representation, so to speak. In general,
    • have known on earth who have died before us. It is difficult to speak
    • what he inherits he would be a totally inhuman lump, so to speak. The
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    • It is exceedingly difficult to speak about life after death in words
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    • Meeting, I should like to speak from a particular standpoint about
    • Ages, it leads to something of which I will now speak.
    • be drawn differently. Properly speaking it cannot, but we
    • Goethe himself speaks, you are not stuck with an isolated concept
    • real thoughts, but merely a flow of words, and if one speaks to them
    • When does one speak to people of “thoughts”? When, for
    • in which one always speaks of “causes and effects”, so
    • for him, is merely speaking; hence there is no sense in studying
    • rightly speaking, no logic, logicians are fools. And then he says: In
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    • useful and valuable facts; but in speaking of the Spirit they may
    • Again, there may be other persons who speak as follows. Around us are
    • one cannot speak of ideas in history. Anyone who understands that
    • figures it is somewhat doubtful to speak of a “unity”.
    • is a world which appears to me; I cannot speak of anything more. I am
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    • outline before his inner sight. The other man not only speaks of
    • it is outside its home. Logically speaking, one is not justified in
    • There is another world-outlook-mood. Here I speak of “mood”,
    • whereas otherwise I speak of “signs” or “pictures”.
    • hidden being.” Anyone who speaks in this way speaks very much
    • at rest round the circle, so to speak, but we must recognize that in
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    • powers. Hence, if one speaks in the symbols of astrology, one would
    • that, spiritually speaking, Venus stands in Aries — Mysticism
    • Thus does the collectivity of the Hierarchies speak in the cosmos!
    • crazy modern physiology which speaks of two kinds of nerves, the
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    • Meeting, I should like to speak from a particular standpoint about
    • Ages, it leads to something of which I will now speak.
    • be drawn differently. Properly speaking it cannot, but we
    • Goethe himself speaks, you are not stuck with an isolated concept
    • real thoughts, but merely a flow of words, and if one speaks to them
    • When does one speak to people of “thoughts”? When, for
    • in which one always speaks of “causes and effects”, so
    • for him, is merely speaking; hence there is no sense in studying
    • rightly speaking, no logic, logicians are fools. And then he says: In
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    • useful and valuable facts; but in speaking of the Spirit they may
    • Again, there may be other persons who speak as follows. Around us are
    • one cannot speak of ideas in history. Anyone who understands that
    • figures it is somewhat doubtful to speak of a “unity”.
    • is a world which appears to me; I cannot speak of anything more. I am
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    • outline before his inner sight. The other man not only speaks of
    • it is outside its home. Logically speaking, one is not justified in
    • There is another world-outlook-mood. Here I speak of “mood”,
    • whereas otherwise I speak of “signs” or “pictures”.
    • hidden being.” Anyone who speaks in this way speaks very much
    • at rest round the circle, so to speak, but we must recognize that in
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    • powers. Hence, if one speaks in the symbols of astrology, one would
    • that, spiritually speaking, Venus stands in Aries — Mysticism
    • Thus does the collectivity of the Hierarchies speak in the cosmos!
    • crazy modern physiology which speaks of two kinds of nerves, the
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    • suffering and unspeakable pain can be connected with a completely
    • Spirit in them. We speak of a rebirth of the Spirit which has flowed
    • in the outer world in a certain way. We speak of the Form, of the
    • of Consciousness which appears within the Life. So we speak as of
    • must be reflected inwardly. Only then can we speak of the first
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    • is characteristic of the whole of modern literature that it speaks so
    • speaks of cruelty, destructiveness, but one cannot call the animal
    • earth-existence. One should not speak therefore of the “lower”
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    • ever solve. People who speak thus have no idea how arrogant these
    • is not so fortunate as the other sciences as to be able to speak in a
    • understand that when speaking of illness and death a distinction
    • essentials we shall be speaking about men, and other things will be
    • Today we shall speak
    • his being together out of nature. Strictly speaking, everything in us
    • it is a mystery how anyone can speak as if it could work in the body
    • brought to mankind by spiritual science. Today this may well speak to
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Nature and Significance of Karma in the Personal and Individual, and in Humanity, the Earth and the Universe
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    • But there is something else which may console us, so to speak, even if
    • to be the law of causes in the general way before we speak of
    • before, material science would speak of cause and effect in the
    • cannot speak of an effect following upon a cause. This preliminary
    • Now we must not speak of karma in a way similar to that of the sunray
    • the term karma in speaking of a simple relation between effect and
    • speak of the effect of the shot arrow in connection with its cause as
    • so to speak, on the bow. Thus an effect is obtained which reacts on
    • something quite different, we cannot yet speak of ‘karma.’
    • We may speak of karma only when the effects which react upon a being
    • speak. Now, if we look back after death we see numerous events of the
    • the latter reacts upon them! Thus we see that it is possible to speak
    • So we have now been able to speak of the conception of karma, of its
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    • these occasions also we can acquire the ability to speak about the
    • know that in the case of animals we cannot speak of a reincarnation
    • dissolved, so to speak, into chaos. Up to a certain time of cosmic
    • shall see that we can indeed speak of a relation between the karma of
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    • Let us suppose that two persons are speaking together. One says to the
    • Now when we are considering karma we must speak of connections of
    • being. If we speak of health and disease from the standpoint of karma
    • the case of illness. When speaking of people who are ill, and also of
    • We may certainly speak of the diseases of plants, for a real
    • one does not go to work in a fantastic way, one cannot well speak of
    • clearly perceive that we must still speak of the healing forces in the
    • incorrectly built, so to speak, and which manifests irregularly formed
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • the disease come, so to speak, and waiting to see how the self-healing
    • case, and I must again repeat that I avoid speaking from any sort of
    • In the course of these lectures, we shall have to speak on the causes
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    • speak of ahrimanic predisposition to disease. We then pointed out in
    • From this we see that in a certain respect we can really speak of a
    • Thus we speak of external causes of human illness and health. And the
    • really speak of ‘chance.’ This word is really disastrous for
    • themselves that induces us to speak of ‘chance,’ but that it
    • is at its strongest. So that just where we have to speak of important
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    • event in a veiled form, because in those instances where we speak of
    • in speaking of hereditary disposition, we suffer from a delusion,
    • descending into his own inner self. He speaks of ‘Ent
    • intimate connection was, so to speak, dissolved. Thus before the
    • We must not apply this statement without limits. When we speak in
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    • we realise how profound these records are. Before we can speak about
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    • mania. When we speak in the terms of Spiritual Science things must be
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • this respect we might speak of a brain being frozen to a certain
    • I have said before, that we cannot speak of karma for animals in the
    • follows death. To speak of an animal's birth and death in the same way
    • as we speak of man's would be absurd, because they are preceded by
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Free Will and Karma in the Future of Human Evolution
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    • We are now speaking, on the one hand, of the deeper nature of material
    • are now speaking, matter and soul? What are they in their deeper
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Individual and Human Karma. Karma of the Higher Beings.
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    • speaking of this plan we could never fall into the error of saying:
    • not speak of our culture as necessarily everlasting.
    • thousand years there would still be persons who would speak of the
    • intention thus charged with our own karma. Therefore we cannot speak
    • really speak of free will in connection with karma. The expression
    • to speak of these things in an anthroposophical circle, among
    • again say on this occasion that I have endeavoured to speak of the
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    • sense world, what we may call (and we will speak of it at length
    • was attempted in the words Maria speaks in the Spirit Realm (Scene
    • one can only express in such words given to Maria to speak at the end
    • You should take notes of how the Guardian speaks:
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    • that we've been speaking about, it is necessary to know how to
    • phenomenon in human life that we will speak about later in more
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    • speaking about the spiritual worlds as we are doing in these
    • transformation I've been speaking about is a peculiarity of the human
    • however, should be noted. One is that in our usual way of speaking in
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    • the word we can speak of reading the cosmic script in the spirit
    • in which Maeterlinck speaks of the actual relationship of
    • spirit language. One spirit being speaks to another; thought language
    • spiritual world as well. It is in speaking that these beings work,
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    • speak about the luciferic and ahrimanic elements, but though Capesius
    • Benedictus began therefore to speak about these things
    • speak out their inner, essential meaning. The further you go back in
    • loneliness of thought. An individual does not speak a language of his
    • peculiar in this: that one speaks all the short vowels long and all
    • organic; people speak more and more a book language. This is the
    • between the two, so to speak. It is neither necessary to stop short
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    • groups that speak different languages and there are also those that
    • physical world; we will speak first of the realm of art. In this we
    • spiritual element, as I said before, when speaking figuratively of
    • of which Johannes Thomasius speaks at the end of
    • present moment, to speak of one's being as a mere ‘has been,’
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    • that much exists in his soul-being that can be dug out, so to speak.
    • speak, and how one, now a point-like being, must listen to the
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    • I would call it — and I am not speaking from animosity but with
    • that should be taken into account when we speak about the kinds of
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    • these two lectures I should like to speak to you from the point of
    • the personal element enters. When we speak of Plato, of Socrates, of
    • Michelangelo, of Charlemagne, or of others, we are always speaking of
    • true that to-day we cannot yet speak publicly of such extraordinary
    • I should like to draw your attention to two things, when speaking on
    • In it the writer says that we cannot speak of “active
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    • life numberless germs can only, so to speak, half emerge and but few
    • wolf is in reality. In Anthroposophy we speak of so-called
    • this direction? It speaks of the struggle for existence, but
    • allows world-thoughts to speak through it, really lets world-feelings
    • speaking in us? We must kill out everything that only comes from
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    • today into a new and more general domain and speak to you of forces
    • how it may be received, I continue to speak what I know to be the
    • of history that speaks to us of Greece that I have so often spoken of.
    • chapter, which speaks about an infinite treasure of human experiences,
    • gray depths of the spirit, so to speak. It is not so with Rome, which
    • of law, military and political culture. Were they to speak from
    • flesh and blood, as it were. (I am speaking, of course, of the soul.)
    • age in which the Romans lived Greece, so to speak. They carried
    • we have been speaking today. In contrast to what the Greek saw among
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    • To speak of such a matter lets us look right into the luciferic soul.
    • “I declare before God,” he says because he is speaking of
    • This is how Boehme speaks of the uprising of imaginations in himself.
    • avoid devious paths. In the seventeenth century one had to speak of
    • understand that it is only in a limited way that I can speak of the
    • speaks of a Jesus that is in reality no Jesus, but he fastens upon Him
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    • It is extraordinarily difficult to speak of the conditions that were
    • “save” humanity, however — I am now speaking as Ahriman
    • when he speaks of Christ Jesus. He speaks only of the historic figure
    • things, then today I should have been able to speak of certain secrets
    • speak in the most open and candid manner of the whole content of truth
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    • time. Instead, I will digress and speak during these days of things
    • can describe in movements or inner laws, are, figuratively speaking,
    • Speaking in the Goethean sense, it is a leap when, through
    • the most varied manner. One gets nowhere if one speaks in general
    • is to say, the souls who, speaking spiritually, are our
    • occur to those who speak of a preparation for science consisting of
    • meeting of the Building Association, I especially wished to speak
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    • When we speak of the attacks of luciferic and ahrimanic powers, such
    • to the great problems of life. I shall speak further of the aspect of
    • speak only of certain matters.
    • As far as is possible, we shall speak of these things again tomorrow.
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    • the depths of old cultural impulses. Today I should like to speak a
    • “Have you denied the Host and refrained from speaking the words
    • torture to speak in the way described. Thus it came about that Philip
    • Mosen speaks as he sends his Ahasver toward this region in the first
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    • then on the entire European continent. If one wishes to speak of the
    • of which I speak, a most powerfully effective educational book,
    • something fundamental. The first to speak of it, Julius Robert Mayer,
    • would speak. But the ancient Egyptians, for instance, did not speak in
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • however, of which I am speaking and of which I have so often spoken,
    • He, therefore, who speaks from the Science of Initiation, speaks quite
    • Tagore, for instance, speaks.
    • the social organization of England and America. I shall speak of this
    • too. We speak of “Laws of Nature”. The Oriental would never
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    • When I have had occasion in recent years to speak on any of the great
    • many men speak today. They spoke more honestly than most men do today.
    • Spiritual Science: “What forms of thought speak to us from the
    • religious creeds, men who pretend to speak according to the Gospels,
    • those persons of whom I have been speaking. It is because no true
    • present day, when they speak of the festival of Christmas; for they
    • name, Jahve, was held to be unspeakable, and if it had to be uttered,
    • Knowledge. We may speak of “the paths of Michael”, just as
    • Pre-Christian ways of thinking speak to us from the memoirs of our
    • Ahrimanic forces which dwell in all that is dry, heavy, (speaking
    • speak of a Goethe of the year 1919, now soon to be 1920.
    • Christmas tree to you today; next time I hope to speak of them in
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    • speak of other great difficulties in the entrance of the Science of
    • another direction than do the forces of death. To speak of this today
    • never tired of speaking of the greater value of pre-Socratic Greek
    • the rest of humanity what sort of people these are. We must speak out
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    • in the course of our life, or, to speak more correctly, in the
    • the speaker does not wish to differentiate, takes the place of
    • know that he himself would be quite unable to speak of religion at
    • if human beings no longer speak from such consciousness at all, but
    • opinion, but the opinion of the Catholic Church. He speaks only as a
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture V: The Dogma of Revelation and the Dogma of Experience. The Spiritual Mark of the Present Time. A New Year Contemplation.
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    • For example, speaking of human capacities: These arise as
    • speak with the concepts of Spiritual Science, but he did point out in
    • speak to you again of this deep earnestness. My most heartfelt desire
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    • space’; we see the different organs spread out in space, so to speak,
    • the science of initiation speak, not as of a vague ‘beyond’ but of
    • us to them. Let me put this to you in a personal way. When I speak on
    • it. If I give a lecture I cannot do so like one who speaks on external
    • knowledge for the first time. I must speak from the full freshness of
    • so to speak, the spiritual world as we knew it before we descended
    • ‘birthlessness’ or ‘unbornness’ (just as we speak of deathlessness or
    • speak, in our will life, and we are awake in our conceptual and inner
    • side. One may speak, for instance, of the need for higher knowledge in
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    • speaking of exact clairvoyance in connection with the modern science
    • spiritually, speaking through the outside spiritual universe, i.e.,
    • is carried into the earthly life through birth is something (speaking
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    • what was the ancestor of our earth, they represented, so to speak, the
    • beings in the sense in which today we speak of freedom in connection
    • mold, so to speak. It could not be an animal form like those destined
    • raised to those worlds for which provision was made, so to speak, in
    • located in outer objectivity, so to speak; but now the Dragon was
    • following way. In doing so I must speak in a manner that is nowadays
    • speak; so that on the one hand, in unenlightened experience of the
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    • especially in connection with feeling we speak of the human
    • directed their gaze upon me — so speaks the spirit of the lily
    • In the next days, we shall have occasion to speak of these matters
    • discussions in which some speaker or other was ridiculed because he
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    • autumn, I should like today to speak about several prerequisites
    • while writing, so to speak: he applied the pencil as he had seen
    • be speaking. But now the case becomes still more alarming: the
    • One really has to speak in paradoxes if thoughts that result quite
    • In speaking of super-sensible things we cannot form thoughts in the
    • reduced, in addition, even to speaking more or less abstractly —
    • and to speak of the physical sunlight merely as does the modern
    • abstraction, for it lets outer nature go its way, so to speak, without
    • men not by speaking, as we speak today, but by transmitting the wisdom
    • learn to speak when we are children by imitating the older people,
    • Just as we can speak about the moon in this way — that is, about
    • That is what I wanted to point out to you before I can speak of the
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    • being: I notice how he walks, I hear how he speaks, I see his
    • beings, of the plants, so to speak, are received back into the earth.
    • soul-endowed being whose manner of speaking to us is quite different
    • speak to us as though out of her soul. In the cycle of the seasons we
    • something very special will speak to us out of nature. One who has
    • way, if I let all that the spring really embraces speak within me
    • — I need not be conscious of it: it speaks to the unconscious
    • meaning only when it speaks to us in concrete details, when it keeps
    • speaks to us in nature in the same way as the human soul in man speaks
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    • experiences to result in anything, so to speak. We must be able to
    • on the surface but they begin to speak. They speak to our hearts in a
    • speaking.
    • to speak to us of the secret of the connection of the sun with the
    • becomes psychic, becomes spiritual, becomes a Being, and speaks to us
    • Sun-period; it speaks to us in such a manner that we learn what the
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    • but was in this way made to be reticent, to speak very little, to
    • I should now like to speak from quite another aspect
    • can be seen everywhere; I am simply speaking of something which can
    • where I speak of the Beings who breathe light.
    • olden times could speak thus, so the old painters, even at the time
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    • learned to speak and walk, during which we received our first, the
    • we speak of to the child are as far as possible from external
    • gradually be able to speak of a winter-will and a summer-will.
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    • he speaks of his experience among these primeval mountains. He speaks
    • But the first feeling of which I am speaking may be
    • speak, they speak spiritually. They relate things, they speak to us.
    • And they speak in such a way that this language which they utter is
    • childish in this domain for the reason that the dead do not speak the
    • language of earthly man. Spiritualists believe that the dead speak in
    • language which the dead speak, which has no resemblance to any
    • undergone in the process, of this the metals of the earth speak.
    • language has the ordinary form, so to speak, there appears before us
    • referring. For the metals speak more — if I may express myself
    • speak more of the personal experiences of the earth. They speak of
    • It does not matter to you whether the speaker understands or not, so
    • understand what he says; he speaks from instinct. And even more
    • Roughly speaking, we can have no lead in us, but
    • speaking more accurately, we cannot exist without lead. What would
    • speak. The knowledge of these connections is the basis for a positive
    • the first years of its life a child learns to walk, speak, and think.
    • walking, in learning to speak and in learning to think lies that
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    • that which I gave you in my last lecture it is now possible to speak
    • possible to speak of oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, sulphur and so on,
    • spiritual being of that time and speak of carbon, oxygen, nitrogen,
    • It is possible to speak today of oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, etc., but
    • speaking of these things for they could only be present as such after
    • be compared with that of which we are now speaking.
    • appearing and then fading away. He would not speak of plants covering
    • cosmos. In the period of which I am now speaking we have to say: This
    • Because the learned men of today do not speak of these
    • cosmic forces they do not speak of what above all things is reality.
    • arises from within. The speaker may feel pleasure in it or not. It
    • You see from what has now been said that we do not speak
    • events one can then really speak of what one remembers, one really
    • manifesting only in colour, such as I have described when speaking of
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    • today man speaks of the “word” he means, as a rule, only
    • really takes place in it when you speak.”
    • The processes which take place when a man speaks cannot
    • greatest possible range of speaking through his throat, and at the
    • forth. But in speaking, the air transforms itself into the next
    • Speak, oh Man! and thou revealest through thyself
    • Speak, oh Man! and thou revealest through thyself
    • thee, oh Man! when thou speakest.”
    • burned down — and then in the Goetheanum flames, which speak
    • speak a language so pure and holy? Do we not find in these molten
    • wonderful colours — variously speaking colours — colours
    • speaks these words very clearly, together with many others; and they
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    • HAD to speak to you last time of the Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis in
    • to speak today of another Mystery Centre which also stands in a
    • primeval wisdom of man was enshrined. I wish to speak of those
    • give himself, so to speak, up to it. He was prepared for this because
    • feeling and the other. The pupil was, so to speak, tested in the
    • speak. He had now attained something like the Inner Word. It was as
    • it the statues themselves would speak. One statue said: I am
    • And the other statue, as if speaking, said: I am
    • These were, so to speak, the first two Acts of the
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    • world and man, for the inner soul-experiences of which I had to speak
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    • himself a personality only within his senses, when he so to speak
    • one saw it had been formed organically. Today we should not speak of
    • Word spreads itself out. Everything in the Vulcan-planet is speaking
    • speaks to Word. Word learns to understand Word. Man feels himself as
    • things are relative. So that if we would speak in the style which the
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    • of speaking, dimmed; that means that they could not develop any
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    • those epochs of which I am now speaking further back still, towards
    • from those Mysteries of which Aristotle does not speak, but to which
    • poured out, three words of which we shall speak further to-morrow
    • which he learnt to feel while speaking, and while the pupil
    • gradually came to speak of that which lies between the environment
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    • to you; but speaking quite generally, one can say, that right up to
    • speaking now of that epoch which culminated in Rosicrucianism about
    • world is spread. Now, of course, radically speaking we find oxalic
    • spirits of nature speak to me.” The Alchemist was one who
    • of nature speak to us; the spirits of the earth, the spirits of
    • investigating the inner being of man. The retorts began to speak to
    • peculiarity, that they would speak of all kinds of things in
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    • I do not speak of this epoch of time because it is
    • inwardly perceptive that when, so to speak, he exposed his soul
    • could speak in his soul, in his spirit, with the Intelligences of the
    • experiments, the spirits of nature could speak to them. Let us
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    • journey and probably will not feel able to speak to you
    • to deliver here. I had not really intended to speak during this
    • introduction perhaps you will permit me to speak of the sense
    • with preconceptions will speak of those earlier ages in the
    • training given in our lower schools — not to speak of
    • accustom ourselves to deal with complexities. Unspeakable harm
    • speaking out of the clouds.
    • Theodor Ziehen speaks about the structure of the brain. In this
    • concrete fact. I do not believe that anyone can speak
    • seem necessary. The only individuals with a right to speak of a
    • speak of feelings as independent entities but only of mental
    • speak about the will at all. Why? Of course they say nothing!
    • speak further on this subject.
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    • have to speak differently from the way people are accustomed
    • it is really an abstract method of classification to speak of
    • When we speak of
    • laboratory. We encompass all this when we speak about the
    • therefore speak of a warmth organism, a warmth man. The ego
    • foods that have now become entirely inorganic so to speak, are
    • time we cannot speak of the scientific theories about how the
    • to this later, for I have yet to speak of the relationship
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    • tempo of four to one. To speak precisely, we may take the
    • transgressions it makes the mistake of speaking like this: such
    • that I can speak of these things only in a cursory, aphoristic
    • from outside — and, fundamentally speaking, all illnesses
    • to the nature of leaves in the plant. I am speaking in the old
    • from above downward, so to speak, we can discern in the human
    • speak, how the metabolic organism radiates out that which
    • warmth.(I shall speak of these things tomorrow when we come to
    • a mantle of warmth, then — speaking primitively —
    • allow myself to speak about therapeutic matters, and then
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    • within the human being. When we speak of a process of
    • organization. When we speak of working through our nourishment
    • world of sensation, we are speaking about a process of
    • have a process of devitalization, fundamentally speaking. The
    • vitality is preserved for the seed alone. If we are speaking
    • say, we are speaking of the initial plant, vitalization does
    • Fundamentally speaking, therefore, all nourishment is the
    • nerve-sense system. Physiology really speaks nonsense about
    • appropriate way. It may surprise you that I speak of the root,
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    • illness subsides. They said that it is not actually possible to speak in the
    • see this warmth disappear and then speak of the warmth that has
    • can speak of it further — so we are also unable, out of our human capacity,
    • I hope that it will no longer be necessary for me to be the speaker
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    • that results in an island of organization, so to speak. When we have
    • speak — just as in chemistry one precipitates something out of a
    • processes of the sexual organs when speaking of hysterical phenomena
    • or if one speaks of irregularities in the metabolism that spread
    • rare enough! Spiritual science does not incessantly speak about
    • will speak about infection tomorrow — with the aristocratic-bourgeois
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    • meeting, it will naturally only be possible to speak in a general way
    • questionable whether one should speak in detail about specifics,
    • especially in medicine, if one is not speaking to a purely
    • actually speaking about, attack nearly everything they call academic
    • remaining organism as such. We may thus say that when we speak here
    • fundamentally speaking, the human being has the same form of forces in
    • present as examination-ballast falls away — to speak in Paracelsus'
    • spiritual science wishes to pursue in medicine — and I will speak
    • is speaking here of the role of the spirit in bodily-phenomena,
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    • speak too much detail here; that is due not so much to the shortness
    • manifestation of phosphorus. I am speaking to you aphoristically and
    • examples. What I have just been speaking about could be illustrated by
    • area who could speak both out of the tradition of the time, out of
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    • feel able to speak to you adequately until to-morrow.
    • am to deliver here. I had not really intended to speak during the
    • way of introduction, I may perhaps be permitted to speak of the sense
    • prejudice will speak of those earlier ages in the development of
    • elementary schools — not to speak of higher education —
    • deal with their complexities. Unspeakable harm has been done in the
    • now, think of how Theodor Ziehen speaks of the structure of the
    • eminent doctor was speaking about the structure of the brain. He
    • that anyone can speak adequately about the human brain unless he sees
    • persons with a right to speak of a life of soul over and above the
    • he does not speak of feelings as independent entities, but only
    • modern physiologists have ceased to speak I Why? Very naturally
    • processes — include, fundamentally speaking, every function in
    • I will speak further on this subject.
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    • may say that it is really an abstraction to speak of physical,
    • we speak of the physical organisation of man, this includes
    • the laboratory. All this is included when we think or speak of the
    • We can therefore speak of a warmth organism, a warmth ‘being.’
    • physiology. On account of the shortness of time we cannot speak
    • for I have yet to speak of the relation between the excretions and
    • science does not speak of the cell as it speaks of the human being,
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    • speak precisely, we may take the breathing system to be the rhythmic
    • fundamentally speaking, during the period of life before the coming
    • but among other errors it makes the mistake of speaking like this:
    • very sorry that I can speak of these things only in a cursory,
    • fundamentally speaking, all illnesses between the change of teeth and
    • speaking in the old sense here of the mercurial principle, which we
    • in the influences working, so to speak, from above downwards, we can
    • speak, perceive how the metabolic system radiates out the forces
    • treatment is to envelop it in warmth. (I shall speak of these things
    • tumour with warmth, then — speaking crudely — we shall
    • I propose to speak of certain matters in the realm of therapy, and
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    • organism of man. When we speak of a process of vitalisation along the
    • bearer of the Ego-organisation — when we speak of the
    • fundamentally speaking, a process of devitalisation. The
    • speaking of the actual plant itself — for the seed in the ovary
    • speaking of the plant, it is not a process of vitalisation that is
    • organism has utterly to transform. Fundamentally speaking, all
    • buoyancy. (I am speaking here entirely of the physical correlate,
    • symptoms of which I am now speaking, we shall often find cramp-like
    • It may surprise you that I speak of a root, but the points of
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    • that most people who speak on the social question to-day quite
    • speak to you in these six lectures. To-day, before going further, I
    • of theoretic natural science of which we are speaking, but an inner
    • human consciousness. People may think consciously: “Why speak
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    • which we shall speak tomorrow, in which every adult human being has a
    • the subject of profit and gain. Here we are going to speak neither
    • from an ethical, nor from a merely economic point of view; we speak
    • made into an abstraction, so to speak, in the economic process, just
    • indirect taxation, in speaking of the tax on expenditure; the point
    • I found, when speaking
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    • speak of the equity state; the day after tomorrow I will speak of the
    • consider human beings while they profess to speak only of
    • institutions. They speak of institutions, but they would like to make
    • would never learn to speak; for speech is acquired through communion
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    • which I speak. You will hear and read all kinds of assertions about
    • many it would stamp the speaker as a philistine, it is distinctly
    • We shall now speak of
    • which I speak of false mysticism; but he may see what a difference
    • just one thing to say to this; we can only speak of freedom with
    • an adaptation to the environment, we can only speak of human freedom
    • speak of an abstract spirit, but of the real, tangible spirit, living
    • social ideals, a wide outlook on life is indispensable. People speak,
    • madness of this War. Slowly, out of: unspeakable sacrifice, a new
    • Even this man speaks
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    • Robert Wilbrand is no mere theorist. In the first place, he speaks
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    • however, it is not exactly easy to speak of the international problem
    • international impulses in late years. Also, when we speak of the
    • love is certainly less evident in our day. In speaking of egoism, we
    • speak, members of it, we learn to know other nations. They work on us
    • all results is the same over the whole earth. Many people speak of
    • is speaking thus and in what surroundings? There we may see standing
    • Only then can we speak of the manner in which an economic system,
    • people are. We need only speak out over and over again what we
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    • The subject of Economics, as we speak of it today, is in reality a
    • way in which Richter or Lasker or even Brentano were speaking in
    • And now the position is such that if we are to speak once more today
    • to people such as you, we can no longer speak in the same forms as we
    • Now I am speaking, in effect, for students. I am trying to show how
    • you will remember the physicist speaks of the “spectrum.”
    • ultra-violet rays. If, therefore, one speaks merely of light, one does
    • human kingdom, Possibly in the case of the magpie we may indeed speak
    • comprehend as the economic life properly speaking.
    • does not yet reach up into the sphere of economics properly speaking
    • domain, we speak of the value of a commodity. It is nonsense to define
    • Fundamentally speaking, therefore, we have not yet attained a true
    • perpetually changing. Therefore we must speak of the economic process
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    • on a basis of reality. In Economics we can only speak of the
    • will. One can speak with strong apparent reasons of surplus value,
    • Economics borders on uneconomic matters. Purely economically speaking,
    • just now, labour, economically speaking, is some-thing neutral and
    • speak in a somewhat different sense from before. Even in the most
    • Properly speaking, it is wrong to speak of an exchange of goods. The
    • Economics we must not speak of “goods ” but of
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    • so forth. We only have something real in hand, so to speak, when we
    • actual fall in price. Here, so to speak, we are still only at the
    • ancient times of human history and you cannot properly speak of law or
    • so to speak, had his proper place assigned to him. But it was very
    • No one uses for himself what he produces. Economically speaking, what
    • speaking, egoism is impossible. I can no longer do anything for
    • speaking neither idealistically nor ethically, but from an
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    • economically speaking? It is, as we have already seen, a value. I will
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    • for, apart from a few occasional hints, I have been speaking only of.
    • speaking of production. And yet, the economic process does not merely
    • which many others advance to him is, so to speak, his personal credit.
    • grow real and have real consequences. And, economically speaking, it
    • process must go on, and we must speak of realities. When we
    • indeed speaking of realities. And, that Consumption is a reality,
    • speaking of realities. Ideas by' themselves have no effect in the real
    • only speak of prices in relation to the distribution of men
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    • rents. Now, as I said, fundamentally speaking, the return for land
    • In the economic process we must speak, as I indicated yesterday, of
    • speaking, we can call it free. For whatever materials are derived from
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    • they say: “Labour is cheaper.” Thus they actually speak as
    • ladies and gentlemen, we cannot speak of a surplus value arising
    • speaking now not of the Labour, but of the products of the Labour; it
    • speaking, Spirit realised in the economic process; so that I can write
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    • economically speaking, even to establish them. As contemplative
    • so to speak, in the market itself. The best evidence of this is the
    • at once that we cannot simply speak of an inter-action of supply and
    • speak mathematically — treat S and D as variables and P, the
    • my realm. (I will speak of “property” and
    • evolved from that which has, generally speaking, to be evolved for our
    • language) signify with a foreign word, when we speak of
    • same. Economically speaking, that which obtains as between the
    • something a wage or the price of a commodity. For the moment we speak
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    • farmers or estate owners speaking of their work, one often hears them
    • speaking, we can now ask: Who manufactured the boots? Economically
    • speaking, undoubtedly — at this moment of the economic process
    • more, we come to the same conclusion: It is, generally speaking, a
    • From a certain point of view we can speak of Trade Capital, Loaned
    • quantitatively speaking, of Loaned Capital, Industrial Capital and
    • advance a step. Speaking of this second buffer, of the hunt for
    • England. Fundamentally speaking, England scarcely ever went beyond the
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    • speaking to a few among you. I mean the relation between Labour and
    • Speaking of this movement, we must be aware of one thing above all,
    • I sell something, I must be so placed, economically speaking, that the
    • Fundamentally speaking, the line of thought I have just opened out can
    • Economically speaking, what have the peas become by this process?
    • movement — to push or press the economic element, so to speak,
    • speak of advantage or profit. Nor is this profit anything merely
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    • be, so to speak, articulated once more in distinct members [wiederum
    • speaking, world-economy exists today; and therefore, relatively
    • speaking, a Science of World-Economy will have to follow. The domain
    • in the body social, even economically speaking, by this reshuffling
    • speak of these) but of the relationships of work and activity. And we
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    • public price so to speak — which eventually emerges on the
    • in the subjective sense. Economically speaking, the subjective is only
    • Speaking of money, the first thing we have to deal with is ordinary
    • beings, economically speaking, became money. The slaves became money.
    • value of the pound of meat cannot, properly speaking, change in course
    • gift-money. Gift-money, fundamentally speaking, is all that is
    • — so to speak — we let it acquire the value it has as loaned
    • process clearly, we cannot merely speak of cheap or dear money, of
    • facts. We must not speak in economics merely of cheap or dear money in
    • process, we have to speak of money being “old” and
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    • on division of Labour, the Nature-product has, properly speaking, no
    • worker are of less value, relatively speaking; he will not get more
    • consists, therefore, properly speaking, in spiritual work. But he
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    • unhealthy way. Or again, speaking of costs of production, it may be
    • Once again I have placed a picture before you. I have to speak in
    • main value of it, economically speaking, consists in the Labour saved;
    • It is reality. Once more, speaking pictorially, let me say: While I am
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    • today? In speaking to you, my dear friends, I can use
    • the age of which I want first to speak, a civilisation flourished in
    • so this sublime initiate of whom we speak was called by his pupils —
    • generally speaking, no understanding for the esoteric factor in Greek
    • by Zarathustra, they were speaking of the very same Being Whom, in
    • is a mistake to think that the old initiates did not speak of the
    • Early Church Fathers did not hesitate to speak of the heathen as
    • but they did not speak of the secrets of death; for in the divine
    • still not have been able to speak of the Mysteries of which He did
    • speak to His initiate disciples after His resurrection. I must
    • still able to speak of the forces of the Gods, — the forces
    • speak with strength and precision of the life of man on Earth. Let me
    • and the young monk of whom I am speaking learned a great deal of
    • speak on the ground of initiation knowledge about practical matters
    • directness and assurance with which we speak of the facts of external
    • science. The personality of whom I speak is none other than Cardinal
    • them, within their very inmost being. Speaking here in England, I
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    • somehow going on in there. Yet, speaking of “ourselves,”
    • People speak of Maya — the great illusion of this present
    • world of which we speak in this way: Beneath us are the Heavens. In
    • been speaking. For here the interests of other souls, on their way
    • speaking, it is far easier to describe the Universe in its spiritual
    • all, the dead speak in the actual sounds of the alphabet —
    • spiritual world after death, the more will he be speaking in a kind
    • the answers of the dead will often come. The dead do not speak
    • English, nor do they speak German, nor Russian; their speech is such
    • lay our right hand over our left, or, more generally speaking, to
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    • into day-life the experience of which we were speaking, you would be
    • penetrate again into the spiritual world, that can speak again about
    • sleep, — can speak of these things in the way we have been
    • speaking of them together today. The possibility must be there for
    • speak with the dead. This language is, in a way, a child of our
    • begin ourselves to speak, instead of with speech organs, with that
    • it must stand forth and speak.
    • pronounce his verdict, speaking from the point of view of wherever he
    • dear friends, do you think that when I have to speak out of the
    • when one is speaking from an ordinary earthly standpoint? I have just
    • sees, for instance, such a man as Rousseau. Speaking from the earthly
    • was accordingly my earnest desire, speaking as I do now in a smaller
    • again to speak to you here in London. It is always a source of
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    • will remember that on the last occasion when I was able to speak to
    • the Divine. And we went on to speak of how in the second stage of
    • speaks to man while he is asleep. And what he says is most
    • that he will have, spiritually speaking, an open ear for the
    • natural way of speaking. We would never say that; we say: I walk
    • for a moment dear friends, that I mean to speak scornfully or
    • the sphere of the fixed stars. Of these I will not speak just now;
    • of the Moon — and when we speak of these heavenly bodies, it is
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    • I want to speak of the spiritual powers and beings that live in
    • brought to man's knowledge, we must speak of them in the only way
    • the beings of whom I speak. When therefore we look out into the
    • to speak in pictures — there are also beings of a contrary
    • But they have their home, so to speak, right on the Earth. Only we
    • air-fire beings of whom we were speaking. Here again, a furious fight
    • goes on all the time. The air-fire beings sit fast, so to speak, in
    • employ the expression in speaking of such sublime beings — in
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha we then become able to speak to these
    • who spoke to the initiates of old through the Sun disk and who speaks
    • therefore we speak of Christ to-day, we are speaking of One who can
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    • accompany you to the other side, where, so to speak, the Sun shines
    • yonder worlds sublime, I can speak only in pictures; the human
    • Logos, speaking from the Universe towards that other side of
    • our future life under the ceaseless influence of this speaking of the
    • of Michael, and in so speaking they conceived Michael to be the
    • itself a member of the whole and shares — pictorially speaking
    • are in fact emerging from the epoch when each of us had so to speak,
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    • today? In speaking to you, my dear friends, I can use
    • the age of which I want first to speak, a civilisation flourished in
    • so this sublime initiate of whom we speak was called by his pupils —
    • generally speaking, no understanding for the esoteric factor in Greek
    • by Zarathustra, they were speaking of the very same Being Whom, in
    • is a mistake to think that the old initiates did not speak of the
    • Early Church Fathers did not hesitate to speak of the heathen as
    • but they did not speak of the secrets of death; for in the divine
    • still not have been able to speak of the Mysteries of which He did
    • speak to His initiate disciples after His resurrection. I must
    • still able to speak of the forces of the Gods, — the forces
    • speak with strength and precision of the life of man on Earth. Let me
    • and the young monk of whom I am speaking learned a great deal of
    • speak on the ground of initiation knowledge about practical matters
    • directness and assurance with which we speak of the facts of external
    • science. The personality of whom I speak is none other than Cardinal
    • them, within their very inmost being. Speaking here in England, I
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    • somehow going on in there. Yet, speaking of “ourselves,”
    • People speak of Maya — the great illusion of this present
    • world of which we speak in this way: Beneath us are the Heavens. In
    • been speaking. For here the interests of other souls, on their way
    • speaking, it is far easier to describe the Universe in its spiritual
    • all, the dead speak in the actual sounds of the alphabet —
    • spiritual world after death, the more will he be speaking in a kind
    • the answers of the dead will often come. The dead do not speak
    • English, nor do they speak German, nor Russian; their speech is such
    • lay our right hand over our left, or, more generally speaking, to
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    • into day-life the experience of which we were speaking, you would be
    • penetrate again into the spiritual world, that can speak again about
    • sleep, — can speak of these things in the way we have been
    • speaking of them together today. The possibility must be there for
    • speak with the dead. This language is, in a way, a child of our
    • begin ourselves to speak, instead of with speech organs, with that
    • it must stand forth and speak.
    • pronounce his verdict, speaking from the point of view of wherever he
    • dear friends, do you think that when I have to speak out of the
    • when one is speaking from an ordinary earthly standpoint? I have just
    • sees, for instance, such a man as Rousseau. Speaking from the earthly
    • was accordingly my earnest desire, speaking as I do now in a smaller
    • again to speak to you here in London. It is always a source of
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    • will remember that on the last occasion when I was able to speak to
    • the Divine. And we went on to speak of how in the second stage of
    • speaks to man while he is asleep. And what he says is most
    • that he will have, spiritually speaking, an open ear for the
    • natural way of speaking. We would never say that; we say: I walk
    • for a moment dear friends, that I mean to speak scornfully or
    • the sphere of the fixed stars. Of these I will not speak just now;
    • of the Moon — and when we speak of these heavenly bodies, it is
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    • I want to speak of the spiritual powers and beings that live in
    • brought to man's knowledge, we must speak of them in the only way
    • the beings of whom I speak. When therefore we look out into the
    • to speak in pictures — there are also beings of a contrary
    • But they have their home, so to speak, right on the Earth. Only we
    • air-fire beings of whom we were speaking. Here again, a furious fight
    • goes on all the time. The air-fire beings sit fast, so to speak, in
    • employ the expression in speaking of such sublime beings — in
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha we then become able to speak to these
    • who spoke to the initiates of old through the Sun disk and who speaks
    • therefore we speak of Christ to-day, we are speaking of One who can
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    • accompany you to the other side, where, so to speak, the Sun shines
    • yonder worlds sublime, I can speak only in pictures; the human
    • Logos, speaking from the Universe towards that other side of
    • our future life under the ceaseless influence of this speaking of the
    • of Michael, and in so speaking they conceived Michael to be the
    • itself a member of the whole and shares — pictorially speaking
    • are in fact emerging from the epoch when each of us had so to speak,
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • Speaking still quite generally, one can say that during
    • was their companion, so to speak; he felt that he belonged with other
    • yourselves that we can learn to speak and to think today only if we
    • speaking. We thus see that the way in which any being develops
    • experienced it, one knows it and can speak of it as something with
    • Age.” If one is moderate, so to speak, in one's claims,
    • which we have been speaking. Then human beings will learn to perceive
    • therefore, that we must speak of the second coming of Christ and of
    • surrounding us, and they speak a different language. Of all that is
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture II: Spiritual Science as Preparation for a New Etheric Vision
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    • to our progress if we could not occasionally speak about the more
    • what spiritual investigation offers us. I shall now speak to you
    • ourselves: we can indeed speak of ages of transition, but we should
    • about which it will be necessary to speak, whether one understands it
    • When we speak in this way, we feel what anthroposophy
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    • had brought him into this world. One speaks in a Christian sense,
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    • being. For this reason we may not speak of a mammal as a microcosm,
    • task. Halley's Comet — we are speaking here of its spiritual
    • will speak tomorrow about the great spiritual meaning of our time.
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    • that says, as if speaking from heaven, that humanity needs a
    • the wisdom, so to speak, of the higher worlds. In the same way, the
    • faculty is trampled to death, so to speak, if one who talks about
    • We are retracing our steps, so to speak, along the path of evolution.
    • is the one about whom the ancient Hebraic esoteric doctrine speaks!
    • It is spoken of as one would speak of an ancient fairyland, one that
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    • Even the teacher, the preserver of tradition, could not speak to him
    • Generally speaking, the ages of history repeat
    • to speak of God from his inner being with such force that a number of
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    • today, let us speak of some intimate concerns of our spiritual
    • One can speak about these things only in a circle where
    • must become wiser through truth, but one must also speak ever more
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VIII: The Etheric Vision of the Future
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    • hallucinations; others will be afraid to speak about them, dreading
    • woman, not in one's inner being (we are speaking now of the outer
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IX: The Etherization of the Blood
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    • difficult for us. Man is truly a complicated being, and if we speak
    • will appear and speak words of consolation to him. The Christ will
    • Bodhisattva, speaking in powerful words of which no adequate idea can
    • existence. He will speak in a language that must first be created,
    • speak in tongues”
    • not only is there present the phenomenon of speaking in the waking
    • flows into this speaking. This is the phenomenon about which St. Paul
    • we must speak of a fourth dimension; it can extend itself in a
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture X: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 1
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    • If I were to speak merely from my own viewpoint, I could just as well
    • are speaking already about spirit, but all of them speak about spirit
    • betray themselves, so to speak. Instead of covering themselves, they
    • conquer it for another being, about which we shall speak later in
    • however, when one speaks about the unconscious, for this so-called
    • shall speak about these things more explicitly.
    • psychoanalyst speaks about the subconscious, about the subconscious
    • life of the soul, and so on. It is not so important to speak about
    • One must speak of conscious spirituality beyond the threshold of
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XI: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 2
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    • power, so to speak, of the brothers of the left. I spoke yesterday
    • is not possible to speak about actualities in the spiritual world; it
    • ground for contradiction may not be broken. When one speaks of facts,
    • speaks about these things, to speak about realities if one does not
    • speak about individual facts. It is these with which we are
    • justified in a completely different way, about which we will speak
    • We will speak next time about other ways of justifying monotheism,
    • one is no longer in a position to speak about nature as an undivided
    • speaks of the spiritual world in this fifth post-Atlantean period.
    • period, emphasis must be put today on speaking out, on communication,
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XII: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 3
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    • speak of the “surging waves” and of “cosmic
    • speaks from abstract ideas. They have wished to understand God
    • humanity likes to use it in speaking about these things, even
    • biologist examines how, so to speak, out of this chicken the egg
    • In the same schools about which we are speaking, virtue
    • does not need to speak about these things at all; one need only
    • one is constantly speaking in outer, exoteric life, but with entirely
    • I will now speak abstractly and radically — I will
    • point (and I am not speaking of something unreal) of bringing value
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XIII: The Three Realms of the Dead: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • occasion, it is true, that it is an illusion to speak of the absence
    • speak, in their own realm. They operate in such a way that they must
    • evolution. One speaks today of the evolution of the animal world with
    • can speak of it as will, however, although it is entirely different
    • speak of this now. In our time, in which a certain materialistic
    • abstractions about the higher worlds and not merely speak of a kind
    • They speak half-truths; they do not have the courage for the whole
    • truth. What one must perceive is that it is impossible to speak about
    • the Christ impulse with the same methods with which one speaks of
    • speak of the Gospels being true in an ordinary historical sense,
    • Only spiritual science as such can speak of the reality
    • that a physicist or biologist will be able to speak of the Mystery of
    • the second chapter speaks of that learned individual,
    • movement that needs to be hidden, if one speaks the truth.
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    • materialistic people speak, but a kind of Archangel-being. We need
    • water does in ice. When we speak in spiritual science of material
    • neutralised, so to speak, by the influence from the rest of the
    • are speaking more of geographical relationships, and are not
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    • is not possible to speak with the dead about the earth, as one speaks
    • such picture-conceptions, if one is speaking in an earnest sense
    • what also plays a part in the Apocalypse (in so far as I speak of
    • speak today not only in general abstract ideas about the world in
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture I: Research into the Life of the Spirit During the Middle Ages
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    • lectures that are now to be given, to speak further of the movement
    • In these days we speak of
    • speak of the spiritual Beings, the so-called
    • speaks any longer of actual warmth-ether. Air, water — these
    • picture, showing you how a scholar of those times would speak to his
    • sketch. I could go on speaking of it for a long time. For the moment
    • speak, everything was exactly as I have described it. Men spoke of
    • would have had to speak in the thirteenth and twelfth centuries.
    • all knowledge of the spiritual world when one can speak in the sense
    • speak of the Fourth Hierarchy; but men still spoke in that way in the
    • original Earthly existence and then they were right to speak of him
    • which I was able to speak during the Christmas Foundation Meeting, I
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture II: Hidden Centres of the Mysteries in the Middle Ages
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    • Yesterday I began to speak to you of the spiritual-scientific strivings
    • There is no need for me to speak about that here. I
    • events of which I would like now to speak. Let me give you first, as
    • The pupil speaks to the
    • Revelation does indeed speak powerfully to my heart, but I cannot
    • answer: I understand you well; it is even so. If you must speak thus,
    • such was the manner of speaking in those days — and this
    • breath of morning in the air! Then the teacher began to speak to the
    • able, by speaking with the pupil in a special way, to bring to his
    • Fundamentally speaking, all the seeking and striving of Meister
    • of view. He said to himself: When man speaks, then we really have in
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    • Middle Ages. This form was, so to speak, the last Act before a door
    • speaking. There were however men who yearned for knowledge in the
    • to speak, enchanted into the circle, but of his own free-will, that
    • able to speak to the human soul. Therefore remain in your mystic and
    • on were not able to speak of the connection in which they stood to
    • of which I speak may be particularly well studied in the examples of
    • happens on Earth. Speaking in the sense of Pico della Mirandola we
    • too far to speak of these here; we will do so another time. But the
    • extraordinarily reserved, speaks but little, perhaps even turns away
    • the impression that he really should speak to you, then he will begin
    • to speak, carefully and guardedly. And you will make the discovery
    • uttering them, he speaks them rather as proverbs.
    • described. Such was their manner of speaking. And they might go on to
    • simple sages. A great number of them possessed — to speak in
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    • exceedingly difficult today even to speak of these things, because
    • When men are speaking of knowledge nowadays it is very seldom that
    • here and there as a late straggler, as it were. But speaking
    • this relationship, then I must again speak in Imaginations: for these
    • being able to span the truth; we have therefore to speak in pictures,
    • And one would have had to speak of Man in the following manner. One
    • Earth Spirit speaks. —
    • the Earth Spirit? He did not ever speak of the Earth Spirit, he spoke
    • sin, the Earth — so to speak, in an unauthorised, wrongful way
    • have overthrown the old World-System (so did the teacher speak) and
    • happened in recent times? (The teacher is speaking to the pupil.)
    • eighteenth century who speak of a downfall of all that is human, and
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    • shall have to deal, I should like today to speak further about some
    • speak of what was taught within this little company, had not the
    • not speak of it, had I not myself, so to speak, found the things
    • of which I speak, a tradition goes right back in history, back
    • are speaking, not very much could be attained on this path; something
    • the East too speaks of this concentration on the root of the nose,
    • You will find this where I am speaking of Spirit in
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    • speaking to you again of the Rosicrucian Movement. Rosicrucianism, I
    • Thereby the secrets of the world of the Gods were, so to speak, drawn
    • Not to speak, for the moment, of pristine ages, I will leave on one
    • go. Thence it rays back again. Thus it remains, so to speak, with the
    • first be carried forth, so to speak, and offered to the Gods, that
    • for man, was like an unwritten slate. I shall speak later of the old
    • who speaks very little. At most He will give sparing indications, for
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    • an abstract manner of speaking, such as is applied to external,
    • sense-perceptible nature, cannot be used in speaking of the spiritual
    • too, however, that the manner of speaking we must then adopt is no
    • thinking, feeling, willing. I am speaking of spiritual signposts. Such
    • was iron and what can be developed out of it. When we speak of
    • now we speak of this Michael Festival which should take its place with
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    • speaking to you again of the Rosicrucian movement. Rosicrucianism, I
    • the world of the Gods were, so to speak, drawn forth from the depths,
    • Not to speak, for the moment, of pristine ages, I will leave on one
    • go. Thence it rays back again. Thus it remains, so to speak, with the
    • be carried forth, so to speak, and offered to the Gods, that the Gods
    • an unwritten slate. I shall speak later of the old Indian epoch.
    • of course; but Michael is taciturn. He is a Spirit who speaks very
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    • speaks of ‘spirit’ in general; but if one proceeds to
    • classes, orders, individuals, as one does in speaking of plants,
    • Speaking in an external way one might describe it as follows. In the
    • Fifty years ago it would have been impossible to speak to men of what
    • not of the same nature nor of the same rank. When we speak of the
  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas Vb: The Michael Impulse and the Mystery of Golgotha (Part II)
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    • is a matter that should not be lightly passed over. For when we speak
    • turning-point. It is not necessary even to speak of the Mystery of
    • speaks of spiritual things, the objection is so easily raised: You
    • often speak of the Folk Spirit or Time Spirit, and of other spiritual
    • facts, but you rarely speak of God. — People do not notice why
    • one does not speak of God, — for the reason, namely, that no
    • but one does not on that account presume to speak of the whole man
    • Jehovah’; men preferred to speak of the representative through
    • than speak of Jahve Himself. Michael was in fact at that time looked
    • feeling. As formerly man could speak of Jahve-Michael, the Leader of
    • the age, so now we can speak the Christ-Michael. Michael has been
    • Messenger of Christ. And so when we speak of a right understanding of
    • the Michael Impulse in our age, we are speaking of a right
    • such a Being is. They do not know it by speaking of Michael in this
    • now he is the Messenger of Christ. We speak of the Christ in the right
    • way when we speak of Michael and his mission, knowing that Michael,
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    • may speak of “the paths of Michael”, just as well as of the
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    • reasons why it would seem a somewhat risky enterprise to speak about
    • in speaking about it all; nothing else will do to describe these
    • early mankind's primitive clairvoyance; we will speak further about
    • speak about it now — possibly on another occasion. During this
    • reasons, we speak about the earth — before its “earth”
    • only a piece of it; we can speak of an ancient sun-stage of the earth
    • sun moves across the sky — of course I am speaking of its
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    • construed into it. We speak both for those who are narrating and also
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    • worship of, the One God. It is the Divinity of whom we speak in the
    • to speak, through birth into this physical existence, the forces of
    • time and then met once more — I am speaking in modern terms,
    • of which I am now speaking, the Moon influences and the Sun influences
    • of Nature — the forces of which we speak almost exclusively in
    • earthly sight. Speaking in modern words — though they spoke with
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    • speak, an outer and an inner aspect. When man forms the outer aspect
    • To speak for a moment in terms of these Moon secrets, we may express
    • adolescence, a wisdom which in this materialistic age is, to speak
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    • only learn to deal with. And fundamentally speaking, all that
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    • for speaking of many aspects of it — for illustrations will
    • or when he speaks of a faculty of knowledge higher than the
    • drama given by Adam Mickiewicz in his lectures enables me to speak
    • however, to speak about the drama in this way, for Mickiewicz
    • The chief character is a Polish Count; speaking to him
    • speaks deeply moving words to him. First of all, she declares that
    • she speaks wonderful words to this effect: I can traverse all worlds;
    • physically blind but who has become clairvoyant. The child speaks of
    • wish. The Count speaks remarkable words — remarkable for those
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    • prevailing in our time. We know that, properly speaking, the
    • and so forth, is a very abstract way of speaking and leads to no very
    • sceptics who speak of Christ and at the same time dispute Him —
    • May, 1908), Dr. Steiner speaks as follows of the legend of Ahasueris,
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    • opportunity for us to be together again today, I will speak of
    • Fundamentally speaking — and indeed it is evident —
    • which I have been speaking here in recent weeks.
    • speaking was young. He lived with all the great thoughts and ideas
    • The man of whom I am speaking was one of those who still preserved
    • which spiritual science speaks are sheer delusions are clever
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    • human being, our way of speaking of body, soul and spirit, of the ego
    • language, and I shall put it thus: In ancient India man did not speak
    • ocean of divinity. And when he wanted to speak about his ego (I say
    • speak so. Only its starlike nature makes it possible for the ego
    • the year's course.) Pictorially speaking, the modern human being has
    • ancient India it was quite impossible to speak of a “people,”
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    • all that? Why let actors speak as people do in everyday life? If you
    • question. The forms of architecture were, so to speak, answers.
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    • painting. It makes no sense in painting to speak of anything as inside
    • tickets to a play enacted on a stage closed on four sides? Though speaking
    • the upper gods speak; means putting one's person at their disposal. Homer
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    • we speak today in our abstract time, but rather the concrete feeling
    • which in the physical world is still only a moment is here, so to speak,
    • bound up with his salvation, today he speaks of them with indifference.
    • Speaking of the Soma drink, they felt themselves in direct soul communion
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    • that we refer to real spiritual entities when we speak of spiritual
    • the beautiful and its opposite. We speak of the opposite of the beautiful
    • to speak, in this sense, of beauty's opposite, we would call it the
    • opposite just as objectively, we would have to speak of concealment, of
    • into the sensory, proclaiming its being even in the sensory. By speaking
    • Then colors speak their own language, and the Virgin Mary is created
    • colored as they are, it would be a great offense. I am now speaking
    • Mary must be in every instance, artistically speaking, an offense. But
    • Goethe speaks of a triad: wisdom, semblance and power. Art is the middle
    • he was sick and tired of hearing people speak of the true, the beautiful
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    • as I did in speaking of Goethe's
    • in color (in the next lecture I shall speak of blue) becomes a real
    • where we no longer feel impelled to speak in words, no longer to think
    • vision to observe what is formed by the speaking mouth sees, in air,
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    • itself in abstract uniformity as white, but to speak to us with such
    • the center. If we let yellow speak its own language, we make it strong
    • Certainly I do not speak against the latter. In the age which started
    • its own particular medium. In speaking about mathematics, mechanics,
    • spiritual nature at the boundary of his skin, so to speak, a sensation
    • be given stage presentation. Man was, so to speak, the vessel of the
    • to speak himself but to let the godhead speak through him. He offered
    • lets the goddess speak through him instead of speaking himself, who
    • of growth, so that the divine may speak about world events.
    • not speak against naturalism. For a certain age it was right and
    • it is prose. But if the poet speaks in fuller, not ordinary tones, if
    • The poet is justified in saying: “If the soul speaks,
    • alas, it is no longer the soul that speaks.” For prose is not the
    • sentence, which is to say, through exercises in breathing-while-speaking.
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    • is no fanatical idea of reform that prompts us to speak of a renewal
    • In speaking thus we are
    • to speak in a general way of the human lungs or liver, making no
    • these things are realities. But today no one knows how to speak of
    • unable to speak about the human soul as the modern physician can of
    • cannot speak of it, there are no longer even any words for it. There
    • cannot therefore venture to speak of a knowledge of Man. Here one may
    • speak and think truthfully. So if anyone asks you how to become a
    • that to be given here, we can only speak of the most important
    • should like to speak quite simply about these things, and you must
    • excuse me if I speak of them as I would if I were describing the
    • ordinary things of the earth. One can speak of them thus because they
    • of life a child learns to walk, to speak and to think, out of the
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    • thirteen or fourteen (I can speak out of my own experience because I
    • long been accustomed to speak of himself as “P,” but in
    • Therefore it is important to speak of everything that is
    • most inventive ways and speak of all the plants and animals as though
    • feel and live as if they were people, thinking, feeling and speaking
    • quality of soul. Then when we speak to the child, our very words,
    • teacher speaks like this then an intellectual element immediately
    • speak of them in greater detail during the next few days, but there
    • between his ninth and tenth year. Speaking in an abstract way we can
    • The reality is this, speaking of course in a general sense: the child
    • speak of what is burdening his soul, but will say something
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    • and now we can begin to speak of external things as such, whereas
    • yesterday how we speak of animals and plants, for instance, as though
    • they were human beings who speak and act. The child thereby has the
    • the plant and animal kingdoms. Other subjects I shall speak of later.
    • only right way is to speak of the plants in connection with the
    • the earth. People speak of the earth as having the force of gravity.
    • before you. We can speak of the details later if we have time. But
    • legends in which the stones and plants speak and act like human
    • speak of the earth on which we stand in such a way that he cannot but
    • concrete details you can find the right way of speaking of the plants
    • blind. You will be speaking entirely beyond the child if you speak of
    • not speak to the children about minerals, Physics or Chemistry. None
    • that sort, but quite suddenly he began to speak about the Postal
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    • the ancient oriental word “Karma” in speaking of the
    • why when we speak of such things as I have just mentioned, we must
    • speaking to one child the others begin to play pranks and to be up to
    • authority (how this is to be acquired I shall speak of later), then
    • teacher himself when he speaks to the children, for instance when he
    • must speak about it before you let the children retell the story. The
    • which I am speaking, namely between the change of teeth and the ninth
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    • speak about them as they do unless people had grown accustomed, in
    • desiccation and sclerosis. (We shall later have to speak of the
    • understand in a similar way; but we will speak of it again today. Now
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    • continue our discussions by speaking of certain matters of method,
    • child must learn to speak the foreign language just as he acquires
    • any other habit; he must learn to speak as a matter of habit. It is
    • speech. It is only now that one can begin to speak of noun,
    • should simply speak and be kept to this speaking.
    • children simply learn to speak in the language, connecting their
    • tenth year, otherwise you will be speaking of things which are
    • tenth year. Then what the child gets from speaking will be similar to
    • speak is also a perfectly natural process. You will not have the
    • when they were quite little children they wanted to learn to speak,
    • have to be a very metaphorical way of speaking if you were to say
    • expressed in Eurythmy rests upon laws just as language does. Speaking
    • speak further of this tomorrow.
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    • speak of some further details of method, though of course in this
    • “living.” We can now speak of the whole earth as living.
    • not speak to the child of Inanimate things at all before he
    • approaches his twelfth year. Only then should we begin to speak about
    • configuration of the earth; then we can speak of how the mountains
    • bare they become and the fewer plants there are. So we come to speak
    • speak of the minerals themselves. But you must do the other first,
    • Steiner is here speaking of the process of organic development, not
    • meetings, each teacher speaks of what he himself has learnt in his
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    • How to teach children to draw a tree in shading, speaking only of light
    • We speak of 2 twelves — 2 dozen — in exactly the same way
    • as we speak of 2 tens, only we have no alternative like
    • nuts.” They were speaking of concrete things. A shilling always
    • result is (I am mentioning no names, so I can speak freely) that one
    • must speak of colour and light and shade; and so indeed we shall be
    • speaking only of what is really there — colour, light and
    • I always speak from the standpoint of practical life, I have to say
    • sectarian. Therefore I can only speak of what lives within the
    • Here Dr. Steiner is only speaking of the content of the actual
    • we have, I can only speak of what our own free Religion teaching is,
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    • accepted it. He assumed the Archaeus, as we today speak of the
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    • have their “negative” so to speak, their negative counter-image
    • will speak in the first place of indications of disease in the
    • And if we speak of what is first indicated in the etheric body or in
    • the purely functional, one can also speak of a polarity, but a
    • observe that it is much more important to become aware, so to speak,
    • something on the borderland, so to speak, between sickness and health
    • negative. This phenomenon, in which so to speak, the first physical
    • sadness is, so to speak, first hand and direct; mine arises
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    • speaking, that therapeutics are dealt with concurrently with pathology,
    • lead to hysterical manifestations. But those who have, so to speak,
    • growth should strictly speaking be the immediately adjacent part, its
    • earlier stage of evolution; they are, so to speak, paralysed at this
    • formation of blood, is, so to speak, very deep seated and hidden in
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    • But one who aims at the benefit of mankind as a whole must speak — if
    • This theme could be treated — so to speak — in the style of a
    • speak, in a tangible form, the passing of plastic activity from out of
    • to speak broken off and counteracted by the process that manufactures
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    • and his bodily organism is, so to speak too complete. The same
    • details for later addresses. Strictly speaking, in the light of the
    • activity of the soul and spirit within it, and trying, so to speak, to
    • can see clearly, and, so to speak, tangibly, in the origin of the
    • are those that appropriate, so to speak, the imponderable entities —
    • interiorising the imponderables, but — so to speak — holds the
    • relation to the Cosmos. He sends his roots, so to speak, upwards, with
    • these the earth itself is, so to speak, the support and matrix. Pass
    • to speak to cover over that which formally flowed directly out of the
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    • possession, so to speak, and the plant would be drawn upwards into the
    • forces, so that we may properly speak of a polar opposition between
    • And the plant is so to speak set into the tension of this combat
    • alchemy must be transferred, so to speak, to another plane, and that
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    • considered as a whole; — the whole human being is, so to speak,
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    • How then can we speak concretely about this relationship of the
    • fragrance of the limes in flower and, so to speak, the nerve
    • the acts of tasting and smelling, we live, so to speak, near the
    • that of taste is more inward (we are speaking here with reference to
    • tend away from solidification and towards diffusion even so to speak,
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    • connection between man and the realm of metals. If we speak on the one
    • thus not advertising their nature — so to speak — loudly and
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    • the course of evolution, we have, so to speak, put these nature
    • cosmic-peripheral — so to speak — and the terrestrial or
    • acting upon man which reach their tidal mark, so to speak, in the
    • of man to the cosmos. What was, so to speak, injected with the male
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    • in the lecture yesterday will only develop if — so to speak — the
    • is a screen, so to speak, between the internal, inherent light within
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    • — to speak figuratively — preparing ready for use in the world of
    • speak, a homeopathic agent in the operations of the other four.
    • It is important to remember that in speaking of oxygen, hydrogen and
    • external to ourselves, because it speaks not only of the crude
    • speak — rarefied form in which they occur within us, both fluorine and
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    • encroachments, so to speak, of the physical structure over the etheric
    • sugar in the Western world of the English speaking peoples. And we may
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    • telescoped together, so to speak, and you will have before you the
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    • reason hover everywhere, so to speak, for the bird's instinct for
    • diabetes. We may perceive initial symptoms, so to speak, of this
    • speak, digestion, blood-formation and respiration the process of the
    • speaking they should not produce immediately — i.e., as excitements
    • thrusts upwards through the soil, disperses its forces so to speak in
    • retention of certain forces at the eleventh hour so to speak — all
    • does not attain. The interior of the earth is so to speak saturated
    • heavens — so to speak — and the mineral realms. If we require a
    • not only reversed but turned inside out — so to speak, to complete
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    • work under the sensory surface, so to speak, are very powerful. There
    • therefore held in reserve, so to speak, for use in adult age. Let us
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    • different varieties — that is, comparatively speaking, for very
    • chemism is so to speak rendered ineffective. If a beam of light is
    • importance usually bestowed. I am speaking now with reference to the
    • (in the wider sense, speaking of the whole organisation) has been
    • discharge so to speak of antipathy. But by this very reaction the
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    • plant inserted into the lung, that grows out of the lung so to speak
    • captured so to speak in major rhythms through the alternation of
    • primary. We shall discuss this later, for it is only possible to speak
    • which otherwise are only perceived from without, so to speak, become
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    • Speaking in terms of the planets, it is the co-operation of Mercury,
    • earth is such as to make it erroneous to refer piecemeal, so to speak, to
    • speak, take the part of the artist, the sculptor, giving the substance
    • retarded and the bodily event, so to speak, deflected towards the
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    • receive sensation by means of an interior, so to speak “turned inside
    • tin-formative processes have the effect, so to speak, of ensouling and
    • ego, so to speak, and as a result the soul's processes are restricted
    • hand, one starts at the apex, so to speak, with purely occult facts,
    • speak — the very summit of the finished structure. This can only be
    • speak — are defined in the external world, which then have their
    • that every party programme, so to speak, has a materialistic tendency.
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    • to speak more in general about the nature of such children.
    • at the right intervals in speaking, so that either the words fall
    • sense in which the doctor speaks of symptoms by which he recognises
    • illnesses. He speaks indeed also of the complex of symptoms which
    • possible grounds we can have for speaking of the normality or
    • localised principally in the head; we can therefore speak
    • being. When we speak of hepatic activity — and we ought really
    • to speak always of the activity of the liver, for what we see as
    • must therefore distinguish, when speaking of a child, between the
    • fundamentally of the same nature. We should really speak, therefore,
    • to speak further of the results that cannot but ensue from our
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    • its representatives in other fields of knowledge would have to speak
    • same will be visible in the body. And then one can rightly speak of
    • around him only in scattered fragments, so to speak, all that man is
    • Science (and we have been speaking of these now for more than twenty
    • reckon with it. The things of which we are speaking here cannot be
    • is really only possible for us to go on in these lectures and speak
    • of which we are speaking here, it is indeed a matter of undergoing
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    • have been speaking of the connection between etheric body, physical
    • You must know however that what Spiritual Science speaks of as forces
    • force. Modern science speaks of light as of something that is
    • present where we see things illumined. Spiritual Science speaks of
    • underlies other sense-perceptions too; it speaks, for example, of the
    • light of perceptions of sound. Present-day physics, when it speaks of
    • perceptions of sound, is in reality speaking merely of their external
    • confused when we speak of light in this way. For, although it was so
    • lung; astral body and ego organisation will be, so to speak, damned
    • with fits, or other phenomena of which we have still to speak? What
    • speaking of it later. Today I want only to show you how the things we
    • have been speaking more fully of the way in which the human being
    • learning to speak! For imitation reaches into the most intimate
    • accordingly to speak of two aspects of a human being. There is his
    • contained in our words, when we speak in admonishment or reproof, are
    • qualities of which we were speaking yesterday — inner courage,
    • not trust himself to speak. And as; a rule he would become quite
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    • encounters on the path of destiny; but it is never possible to speak
    • illnesses; we shall afterwards have to speak more specifically of
    • Spiritual Science. When speaking to those who will have to intervene
    • and speak of a child having soreness of soul. The child is
    • speak about that also; we shall find that it assumes quite other
    • earth takes place. But in the condition of which we are speaking now,
    • speaking. And now we are at last rightly equipped for tackling the
    • combating this other trouble of which I have been speaking today. To
    • as well as with his environment. All this is, so to speak,
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    • continue to speak, by way of preparation, of general principles; then
    • be able to speak together of many different forms of soul
    • that he should at times speak more quietly, that he ought really to
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    • this second year he was also not yet able to speak or to walk; and he
    • and at the age of five was still unable to speak connectedly. Then we
    • which I was speaking yesterday. He is also learning quite quickly to
    • speak and understand German. There, then, you have the description of
    • late, namely, in learning to speak and to walk. What would have been
    • learned comparatively quickly to speak German. You can indeed see in
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    • — he would speak of a little sprite that he had on the
    • speaking to it, talking with it and altogether treating it as a real
    • was given speech exercises; he had to speak sentences forwards and
    • learning to speak, he began to be restless, to make restless
    • late in learning to speak. And then, as I told you, the very first
    • felt, comparatively early, a need to speak. He must always have found
    • staff of teachers to train actors for speaking on the stage,
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    • whom we shall be speaking later on. He makes very good pictures. He
    • in the very moment when we are going to speak together about this
    • conclusion and speak also of their pedagogical aspect.
    • friendliness when you speak to him, a little boy, in fact, with whom
    • speaking, send its light into all the events and doings that occur in
    • to bring in the other child. We will speak about methods of treatment
    • at 8:30 and speak about methods of treatment.
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    • as they are. To speak in this way pre-supposes the possibility of
    • colour-blind; and it would have just as little sense to speak in the
    • teacher with devotion. The teacher will then speak of things that are
    • instance, that a child who is learning to speak takes inordinate
    • child, we should find it possible to speak with him quite plainly and
    • now for the other difficult child of whom I was speaking yesterday,
    • walk in her first year, and learned also to speak at the proper time.
    • they live in us through the fact that we speak.
    • how in Eurythmy we have to develop an artistic speaking in order for
    • is really so: the moment we begin to speak of education, we have
    • see that he speaks clearly and distinctly, and this is more than ever
    • they speak, mindful always that their speech shall be clear and
    • then for the very young child who does not yet speak himself, it is
    • ever we can in the way of good speaking and recitation. To listen
    • again and again to good speaking, well-ordered and articulate, is for
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    • would like to speak first of that eldest boy of yours, who is sixteen
    • were in readiness to be directed to the task; there was, so to speak,
    • comparatively speaking, well able to have them. Anthroposophists have
    • you want to be able to speak to some fellow human being from out of
    • speaking) beneath an accumulation of dust and rubbish.
    • speaking, people are not able to achieve anything of this kind in the
    • we will speak about the other cases that you have at Lauenstein, and
    • that I ask them on what I am to speak; so that, ever since a
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    • boy who has not learned to speak. He has never learned to imitate.
    • speak yesterday.
    • child herself has of course, so to speak, slept through the
    • now we must go on to speak of the child who is so restless and
    • fidgety. A sleepy, backward little boy, who has not learned to speak
    • there before me as I speak. The fundamental fact about this child is
    • was speaking to you yesterday about the albinos, and I came to
    • Uranus and Neptune — the vagrants, so to speak,
    • — very early, comparatively speaking, and not without
    • no more than an elementary metamorphosis. When it goes on to speak of
    • made a speech in Jena on his sixtieth birthday. He was speaking on
    • of delivery — speaking slowly, with a good deal of “padding”,
    • of speaking and yet never made himself quite master of the art.
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    • there, so to speak, in the genius of language. We might describe this
    • speak, quite healthy. If however this same animal enters into man, so
    • now I would like to go on to speak of what you as educators must
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    • outer world should only speak to us through the observation of
    • weaker it becomes, so that we are tempted to speak of it no
    • no longer speak of the natural laws of the earthly realm, but
    • we must speak of laws which worked down into the earthly realm
    • imperfect is the consciousness of to-day; for it speaks of
    • how life consists of two tendencies or streams. People speak in
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    • years before I began to speak about it openly — which was
    • certain respects this is a complex process, but — speaking
    • When we speak of the fertilisation of
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    • we merely speak of these constituent parts of the human being
    • radical symptoms; and it is especially by speaking of
    • and ' Summer ' and in speaking of sleep as analogous to Winter.
    • this you will see what is involved when we speak of applying
    • nerves and senses slips downwards so to speak into the
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    • only speak to us through the observation of our senses; in fact
    • becomes, so that we are tempted to speak of it no longer as
    • speak of the natural laws of the earthly realm, but we must
    • speak of laws which worked down into the earthly realm from out
    • the consciousness of to-day; for it speaks of
    • life consists of two tendencies or streams. People speak in a
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    • years before I began to speak about it openly — which was
    • speaking generally — it consists in taking in oxygen out
    • When we speak of
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    • speak of these constituent parts of the human being in a
    • speaking of this remedy that I can make clear to you the
    • ‘Summer’ and in speaking of sleep as analogous to
    • see what is involved when we speak of applying anthroposophical
    • slips downwards so to speak into the metabolic-limb system,
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    • So that when we come to speak of man in health and in disease we can
    • another; they are not clearly distinct. One cannot speak of a separate
    • physical body, and how the effect went, so to speak, a stage higher
    • Indeed, even as regards the animal kingdom, we can no longer speak of
    • chemist speaks and thinks of remedies — but it is a question of
    • These centres of knowledge, which we have become accustomed to speak
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    • So that when we come to speak of man in health and in disease we can
    • another; they are not clearly distinct. One cannot speak of a separate
    • physical body, and how the effect went, so to speak, a stage higher
    • Indeed, even as regards the animal kingdom, we can no longer speak of
    • chemist speaks and thinks of remedies — but it is a question of
    • These centres of knowledge, which we have become accustomed to speak
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    • speaking to-day as one must, if one speaks from the way of
    • practical, it is nothing less than his bounden duty to speak
    • so: in Switzerland, (where it was necessary to speak out the
    • are obliged to speak, because the great audit of accounts is
    • should feel it their personal duty to speak out, when
    • speaking any rights of heritage over it; that, from that moment
    • to speak in such a way, that one knows that in speaking one is
    • After all that has been said by the other speakers in the
    • Wilson-Utopia’ I simply meant what the previous speaker, Mr.
    • — so to speak — to this Utopia! At any rate, they
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    • to elucidate here that Hebrew literature, speaking of Shem as
    • speak to the Hebrews in a comprehensible manner and to give
    • speak to a primitive tribe, he would have to learn its
    • to hold rigidly to historical events when he was speaking of
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    • task to speak to the various groups about the more intimate
    • that is why we now want to speak about these things in
    • shall speak about the reason for this at another occasion
    • to the Zarathustra of whom we are now speaking; only his last
    • and of an astral body, we know it is insufficient to speak
    • speak, the founder of the whole classical literature movement
    • were preserved, so to speak, in the spiritual world. In the
    • themselves. They will be ready to absorb, so to speak, the
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    • forces within whom they were, in a manner of speaking,
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    • of Christ began to work in him, for he speaks not of the
    • what he calls “soma.” In speaking of the
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    • to speak to you here, sense something like a future force at
    • have passed since I was permitted to speak in the same spirit
    • what a magnet spiritual striving is. I was to speak to those
    • place where I was to speak looked differently, and it was on
    • that it was possible to speak as freely and frankly about
    • our time speaks to us and that the most significant event of
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    • and recognized Him as the speaker of the words, “Tell
    • Krishna, one of the incarnations of Vishnu, speaks of himself
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    • speak of an “inner Christ.” Meister Eckhart and
    • people who feel that Spiritual Science speaks to their hearts
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    • speaking, it could not extend its hand to another soul. But
    • that speaks of the Three Wise Men from the East who came to
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    • permit me to speak more intimately of such truths. I shall
    • whom I want to speak to you, all the way back to the ancient
    • too far afield to speak about this in detail. Suffice it to
    • from above. Thus, they were able to speak of all this exalted
    • such people the seven bearers of wisdom could speak. They
    • to speak, now hearken and listen to me, you from near and
    • want to speak about that which is the highest truth to me in
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    • is strictly speaking, asleep, even during his waking state. We never
    • speaks on the basis of Imaginations always has them before him as
    • good deal and tested them thoroughly. Nobody who speaks out of the
    • also speak of these root-beings as having expanded in a cosmically
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    • — as indeed these lectures will show — and anyone who speaks
    • merely in the form of thoughts is speaking in an unreal way. This is
    • particularly true of the way we speak nowadays. The people who pride
    • soul that could speak to men's hearts with a power of healing and
    • point of view of which I am speaking this was the less important fact;
    • capable of speaking as they did; they clothed all they said in
    • nowadays we can no longer speak in such a way, because language is
    • and the Heavens became, so to speak, dark, for the light, though
    • Boehme, or in a lesser degree, Paracelsus, so we can also speak of a
    • You see then in what way we can speak of man's past and present, and
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    • be speaking to him did not agree with it! He knew that was impossible
    • and yet what he wrote assured him that spirits were speaking. He was
    • speak of the moral order as of unknown origin. To do this was not
    • That is why I wished particularly to speak to you about the past,
    • the audience grew longer and longer. Schelling did in fact speak in a
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    • were one whole, and how we must speak first of a departure of the Sun
    • speak of a detached Sun, exerting its physical and etheric influences
    • element of the cosmos into account, we must speak of a Sun population,
    • can speak of a Sun civilization and a Moon civilization. These are, as
    • religious requirements, so far as one can speak of religious
    • But we must always bear in mind that we are here speaking of an epoch
    • To go more into detail, we too today speak of medicine and remedies in
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    • will have to be of an aphoristic character. I should like to speak a
    • living beings, so to speak. Then the souls of the dead draw near and
    • dislike are innocent, so to speak. When such a teacher dies, one sees
    • Often when one tries to speak in a concrete way about the conditions
    • symbolically speaking of course: “You have brought me here to
    • more easily. These are the things of which I wished to speak to you
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    • able to listen inwardly without speaking, and to develop this feeling
    • difficult, comparatively speaking, to attain the necessary degree of
    • is, so to speak, all around one. One can see in visible imagery the
    • part of the speaker, lead to a retrospective view of his past lives.
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    • speak. After a year the Earth has always arrived again at about the
    • can even speak of a daily breathing of the Earth. But today we
    • To repeat, it is not a breathing of air of which we speak, but the
    • be related to the flooding moonlight. The universe will speak
    • to speak, of celestial phenomena, but rather the Sun itself.—
    • the Earth is in a certain way not speaking with the heavens, a time
    • certain point, that point at which we speak of the full moon after the
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    • speak to you about how, when the course of Nature is permeated by
    • When we form such visualizations, we transpose ourselves, so to speak,
    • out of themselves to “speak” something into Nature that
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    • the ancient times of which we are speaking did not have a full
    • speaking out of this later intellectualistic age, says: “I sing
    • Therefore if anyone speaks, not from the standpoint of the
    • remains up there in heaven and speaks to us only at St. John's time.
    • for people to speak of the human form in general. Those who have
    • This is what Anthroposophy intends when it speaks of a renewal of the
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    • not have been able to speak thus, for then everything rested on
    • but if we want to speak in modern terms we shall have to say: With his
    • speaking in meaningful cosmic language. The trees are becoming bare;
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • before you, I want to speak today of certain characteristics of these
    • very soon realize that, properly speaking, it is not the physical but
    • I am speaking here of a familiar experience of dream-life. It may
    • whispers to him of the foolishness of those who speak of the reality
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    • There is no body; how then can it be possible to speak of a being?
    • solve the contradiction of which we were speaking — that the gulfs of
    • We are accustomed to speak of ourselves as beings of space, and we are
    • this in the very way we speak. For in reality we have also two noses!
    • and two ears. Hence we do not speak of two noses, but of one nose;
    • generally speaking, alike. We have, however, already seen that this is
    • being we will speak tomorrow.
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    • description of just such an experience as I have been speaking of.
    • only half participates — namely, the act of Speech. Our speaking
    • is not so conscious as our thinking. It is not the case that speaking
    • speech live etheric Powers, and a good part of our speaking is
    • speak we are in communication through our etheric body with the
    • to speak. We are taught to speak through the fact that our Karma
    • that inasmuch as we speak and do not merely think silently, we come
    • behest. We speak sometimes, do we not, of the “behest of duty.”
    • of right. We live certainly in an age when people are more ready to speak
    • This is really saying a great deal. When a man speaks of learning to
    • asserts itself, Lucifer is speaking there too. It is very often only
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture I: The Art of Recitation and Declamation
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    • she was inspired to express this in the way she speaks. It is
    • something which represents an all-awareness of nature, so to speak,
    • which is here looked on as the actual life, so to speak, of
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    • midway between speaking, or reading, which are not artistic, and
    • when she makes use of the human organism, begins to speak through
    • speaks from greater depths than are reached by his ordinary
    • pedantic number; but, generally speaking, we may say that the
    • does not speak the mysteries of the transient human
    • “I”; it speaks in human consciousness, speaks musically
    • and plastically the cosmic mysteries – it speaks when the
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    • presses, so to speak, against the organs of mental representation,
    • Speaks these words when he has ended:
    • to speak, it becomes vocal, and the voice is so formed that the
    • control, so to speak. We then bring into this life of volition
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    • speech from speech itself: from actual speaking, from handling the
    • to artistic speaking. This aberration might almost be called
    • Speaking about the art of reciting
    • gestures. It will all flow into this special way of speaking, so
    • reality, the recitative-declamatory speaking of prose-poetry is the
    • perceptible in this kind of recitation. In speaking a prose-poem
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    • confronts the first wave, so to speak, like a counter-wave. And in
    • speaking, metre is brought to expression specifically through
    • this way, the art of speaking must be restored to a life in the
    • dimension of depth, so to speak – where there is a tendency
    • speaking more theoretically, how something lives
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    • be speaking in prose. We have the prose-poems of Goethe’s
    • spiritual speech. The prose-speaker clothes in words those thoughts
    • prophecies & speaking instructive words to the
    • brings us, so to speak, close to antiquity.
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    • SPEAKING OF WORDS
    • which to speak, in that art is conveyed through immediate sensation
    • speaking about art at a Congress where our aim is a clarification
    • art, it may be said that it is an intrusion when we want to speak
    • artistically about art. To speak about art is to lead what is
    • when we speak about art we must speak out of the spirit. How can we
    • not speak in words. Words are in every instance prose. Words are in
    • spiritual does not speak in human words. The spiritual world goes
    • Did at mid-night speak with the
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    • blood the essential thing, reckoning up the notches (so to speak)
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    • We refer to the Fall of Man. We speak of how man
    • in his will. It is true that we speak of the Fall of Man as a
    • necessary preparatory stage of freedom: but we also speak of the
    • fallen condition and the speaking of words, where he is drawn to
    • so to speak, to do penance. We must go through with the transition
    • brother. All the same, I think it best to speak the alliteration
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • In speaking on the
    • received the Spirit, began to speak in the most diverse tongues. Here
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    • so that we can speak of it as a Christian-Rosicrucian Initiation. In
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    • died, a God overcame death — we will speak later concerning the
    • Baptism by John — even if we do not now speak of the Christ —
    • speak of miracles, numberless miracles are recorded in connection
    • Apollonius of Tyana, and of him we speak as a really high Adept.
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    • shall speak more exactly about the gradual building up of the
    • ventures to speak of the mysteries of Christianity should remain
    • not speak much about the concept of Grace, we must make great use of
    • must ask why Christ Jesus speaks so indefinitely that no one can
    • true, of that I cannot speak; the acknowledgement of this truth lies
    • yesterday how on the ground of Christianity we should speak, for
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • evolution, so to speak. If we let the Pauline Epistles work upon us,
    • Saturn time we cannot speak at all of etheric body, astral body, and
    • speaking thus, for everything further must be left to a deeper
    • regard to the physical body we cannot speak at all correctly unless
    • shaft, body of carriage, seat, and so on. Thus thou canst not speak
    • hast named nothing real in the carriage. If thou wilt speak of what
    • it received this first on Earth. Hence we speak of the
    • the earth, and, so to speak, disappears. Thus in the answer of Job's
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    • Apocalypse and of the John Gospel, in his greatest age, could speak
    • and speak, but only someone who had become a Greek with all the
    • become a Greek could speak in this way; no one else.
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    • must speak of it. For a genuine follower of Buddhism it would indeed
    • be heretical to speak of the Ego-nature as we must represent it. On
    • in the Ancient Saturn period we speak of the beginning of the
    • physical body, so in the period of the ancient Sun we speak of the
    • yesterday how people speak of the Resurrection when they approach it
    • people who speak thus, what must now be said will seem very strange.
    • not given us in its completeness. We do certainly speak of the nature
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    • speaks. The peculiar contradiction between the beginnings of the
    • contrast, the remarkable fact is that he could speak as soon as he
    • which, strictly speaking, the Earth-evolution of man took its start.
    • certain point of time in this Lemurian period that we can speak
    • are now speaking, when the Event of Palestine was to take place, it
    • was still in the same condition, if we wish to speak according to the
    • We speak in the true
    • from the starting-point of human evolution the faculty of speaking,
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • that what they think, speak, and feel is not without significance for
    • When I speak like
    • we were speaking of a false path, but so that a person saw
    • many times in speaking of these questions, in one form or another, we
    • came about; and indeed — speaking quite objectively — it
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • than the mineral. If the plant could speak and feel, it would bow
    • development. How could one speak of the evolution of the whole of
    • century. It is impossible to speak here more exactly concerning the
    • all that is connected with it, will speak in such a way that his
    • will speak in a language as yet possessed by no man, but a language
    • which is so holy that he who speaks it can be called a Bringer of the
    • were pursuing. He could have passed by, so to speak, far above the
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 2: The Deed of Christ and the Opposing Spiritual Powers. Lucifer, Ahriman, Asuras.
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    • now speak again of this epoch, reminding ourselves, to begin with, of
    • shall speak later, will stand as hindrances in the path of the
    • to speak more precisely — did these Luciferic Beings entrench
    • body. Fundamentally speaking, man is still working at this unconscious
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    • The essential point is that, fundamentally speaking, Lucifer had
    • This is the shallowest stratum, relatively speaking. Then begins the
    • this is, so to speak, a last vestige on the earth's surface, of forces
    • are speaking they are immensely powerful. I will tell you one of the
  • Title: Lecture: (On) Apocalyptic Writings - I
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    • which he becomes capable of speaking of an “apocalypse” and
    • I shall speak of what any Initiate of this degree experiences in
    • developed to physical density, the esotericist speaks of the Eagle
    • earth write and speak, a symbolic language, a symbolic form of speech.
    • meaning. In the course of some of these lectures, I shall speak of
    • Apocalyptist is speaking about these stages of evolution. They also
    • different forms of life, of which we will speak on another occasion.
    • we call, speaking in the widest sense, the Germanic sub-race. It
  • Title: Lecture: (On) Apocalyptic Writings - II
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    • simple words, for one who would proclaim truth must find ways to speak
    • to the simplest hearts, they must find words in which to speak to
    • all of them capable of speaking of these revelations of the highest
    • spirit.” In other places he speaks a little differently. At the
    • The Initiates of all epochs speak as St. John, the writer of the
    • Apocalypse speaks. But the Apocalypse of St. John differs in one
    • different. The theologian, John, speaks in the Apocalypse as a
    • A Christian of the first centuries would have refrained from speaking
    • I am now speaking entirely in the sense in which an initiated
    • this to himself, he said, “Just as when a man speaks, his words
    • revelation. We will speak next time of why the Word made Flesh was
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    • through faith. Brethren, I speak after the manner of men; though it be
    • indicate things upon which I will speak more fully in later lectures.
  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • is a pleasure to come to the North of England to speak on a subject
    • think that I am speaking not only to those who have actually arranged
    • to speak of our educational principles and their practical application a
    • confidence are necessary when one has to speak of matters so
    • far I have only mentioned one of its limitations, but speaking in the
    • introductory lecture, when I am not yet speaking of education, let me
    • positive activity. The difficulty of speaking of these things to-day
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    • education, however, of which I have here to speak, is concerned
    • third step first, so to speak, but the first step first: the
    • Greece and that speaks of an abstract soul and spirit. The Greek in
    • common property, so to speak, of the educated people. What was it, we
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • education by the teacher. When I was speaking of the Greeks, I told
    • us think for a moment of the idea people have to-day when they speak
    • experience connected with it. We can only speak of the spirit in
    • men apply the spirit, not the way in which they speak about it in the
    • associate themselves. And modern psychology speaks in the most varied
    • in discussing man as a spiritual being, I speak first of the teeth.
    • purpose in eating and speaking.
    • not only for the sake of eating and speaking, but for quite a
    • press onwards to the inner being of man nor to speak of how the
    • speaks of the other phenomena as secondary sexual
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    • accustomed when we speak of spirit to-day: it is only possible to do
    • about education. As a matter of fact people speak as a rule very
    • Some time in the future it will be just natural to speak of the
    • human being with knowledge as it is mostly natural nowadays to speak with
    • Our civilization must therefore learn to speak about the
    • all we now feel is an inner lassitude when we speak of it. In olden
    • of St. John refers when it speaks of the Logos.
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    • education. My aim has been to speak to the human heart rather than to
    • earliest years — the faculties of walking, speaking, and thinking.
    • We cannot speak of a specifically physical training of the child, for
    • Speaking, then,
    • learning to speak. First there are the outer movements, the movements of
    • to walk, so while we help him to speak we must be inwardly true. The
    • the time when a child is learning to speak, for in those years the
    • imitates his environment, so learn to speak that the subtle activity
    • learning to speak determines whether, in the more subtle functions of
    • women. We should speak in ordinary language to the child and avoid
    • having learnt to speak in a wrong way.
    • they were learning to think after having learned to speak. The
    • learning to walk, truthfulness while he learns to speak, clarity and
    • which the child is beginning to speak. Nerve trouble is the outcome
    • the habit of caning. The last thing I wish to do is to speak in
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    • our dealings with the child — make a special point of speaking
    • are really tragic. Materialism speaks only of matter, never of the spirit.
    • speaks of it only in empty abstractions, while spiritualism, imagining
    • that it is speaking of the spirit, is concerned only with matter.
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    • is quite true, but fundamentally speaking, the forces of the whole
    • We should speak of the plants as holding converse with us and with
    • speak to him, and at this age he must feel no separation between
    • that just as he himself can speak, so everything that surrounds him
    • also speaks.
    • given sufficient time to speaking of the plant world in living pictures,
    • it is difficult as yet to speak openly, because modern science regards it
    • To begin with, we avoid speaking of the mineral as such. The child is
    • I am now speaking, nothing in the way of mineralogy should be taught the
    • speaking, merely of a sheath surrounding the protoplasm. We show the
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    • shall speak about the teaching of history later on.) On the other
    • the same way. I will speak of this next.
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    • therefore, we must speak of plants, animals, mountains, rivers and so
    • fantasy. We must make him feel as if his own being were speaking to
    • must be introduced. (I shall be speaking more of this in to-morrow's
    • age. The less we speak of causality before this time the stronger,
    • we are constantly speaking of causality to a younger child, dead
    • learns to speak. Another language in civilized Europe is rooted
    • its vowels and consonants reveal that this is so. When people speak,
    • so far as speech is concerned, to be able not merely to speak
    • between the ninth and tenth years and generally speaking the
    • speaks of Anthroposophy to grown-up people, and its ideas and
    • seven and ten, we let plants, clouds, springs, and the like, speak their
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • know in detail how the human being is constituted, and not to speak
    • vaguely about human nature in general as one speaks about a house
    • nonsense to speak of abnormalities or disease of the spiritual part
    • pedantic about such matters. Fundamentally speaking the spirit and
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture I
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    • schools have existed only a few years, so I cannot speak of an
    • spiritual science, to speak once more on this closely
    • Today we can hear how really practical people speak about such
    • of faulty mechanical construction. Speaking generally,
    • lengths in present-day Russia. Generally speaking, however, it
    • when we come to the 27th or 28th year — speaking now of
    • speaking today become an accepted point of view. Then the
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    • this course of lectures I want in the first place to speak
    • not only speak in a general, abstract way, but is able to
    • assure you that I am in a position to speak about such a
    • possible to speak to him about the things of the spirit. Thus
    • second work about which I wish to speak is the following.
    • to walk, to speak and to think. These are the three most
    • to speak man establishes a relationship with his circulation
    • things, that here the former earthly life is speaking, here
    • karma is speaking. Or, for instance if you observe someone who
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    • physiologically speaking, he is not yet received directly
    • in speaking, for instance, of an etheric or life-body, this has
    • light up and gain clarity. But fundamentally speaking the fact
    • learns to speak, but also learns to walk, to place one foot
    • doubt that a child who speaks as though the sentences were
    • child who speaks in such a way that the sentences run one into
    • child's potentialities from his manner of speaking. And to
    • learns to speak, to articulate only then does thinking come
    • speaking and thinking take place for the most part
    • first gesture. Therefore speaking approximately we can
    • bad. Relatively speaking then, the child feels: When my teacher
    • the way in which one speaks to him, can feel inwardly in his
    • cannot speak to the child about the immortality of the soul in
    • then speak in some such words as these: “Well, later on
    • is invisible. In this way we can speak to the child about the
    • organisation he has become a being able to speak. Now, suddenly
    • him say the word “Fish,” not speaking the word
    • afterwards. I shall also speak tomorrow about how to lead over
    • educational principles I shall be speaking about here.
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    • the general orientation of the human being, of speaking and
    • explained yesterday; and, again speaking approximately, between
    • to speak scientifically when we say that there is
    • of the memory, of qualities of soul. We must learn to speak of
    • but one speaks only of parallelism. This is a sign that nothing
    • we speak about the kingdoms of nature in this way. Between the
    • world belongs, strictly speaking, to man himself. Think how the
    • in articulated gestures, just as he learned to speak quite
    • who once happened to be in the audience when I was speaking
    • have some right to speak; and we must be careful not to
    • speak as one does in fairy-tales, for everything must still be
    • speak with one another, the minerals must speak with one
    • 11⅔ years old, we must speak pictorially.
    • how unnecessary it is to speak to the child about cause and
    • effect. It is only after the age of 12 that we can speak to him
    • speaking, because the authority of my teacher is
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    • we have been speaking here in these lectures, then something
    • teaching on a comprehensive knowledge of man, to speak in the
    • one merely speaks about faculties or lack of faculties.
    • speak out, that is the predisposition to theft in me. It seems
    • you will see that he is speaking about all kinds of things and
    • in order to put the matter right? He began to speak about the
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    • — it is our practice always to speak with the utmost
    • speak in an arbitrary way; he is a messenger from the
    • if I were not to speak in this way the following might well
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    • must be able to speak about the spiritual as if it radiated
    • them and speak with them. He describes these spiritual beings
    • new birth and, pictorially speaking, it becomes physical. Thus
    • we must know as a matter of actual fact where, so to speak, the
    • others unless one speaks out of personal experience. While
    • and fantastic to speak of the spirit and to speak of it in
    • speak of the spirit in abstract terms present us with nothing
    • to speak.
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    • speaking there is little understanding for such things
    • which enables one person to speak to another. There is a means
    • same thing when we speak the word testa or
    • the roots if the teacher does not get to the point, but speaks
    • a third or half of the class, each child will speak and be able
    • see that he was silent, for he can speak it perfectly well in
    • allowing the children to speak together goes quite well; but if
    • man who is speaking to another; the latter turns round and
    • speaks to the one behind, who in turn does the same thing, and
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    • In the whole nexus of the oriental world we cannot speak of a
    • learn to speak well when I carry out gymnastic movements
    • speaking. If we go further we can in the same way learn through
    • abstract way, how thinking and speaking arise out of man's
    • thinking and speaking developed out of an education based on
    • it was based on speech, on beautiful speaking. This was still a
    • considerable part of man is engaged when he learns to speak
    • training of public speakers, the development of
    • move and speak well and be able to think and calculate. That he
    • rhetoric a manner of speaking which conforms to a conception of
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    • movement, not, so to speak, as something which has found its
    • speak so precisely; the situation has passed over into a more
    • eye for the spirit. Of course it was not possible to speak here
    • possible to speak about a sphere of activity in which
    • of our time that it is possible to speak about what lies so
    • speak and act out of the spirit) — even if anthroposophy
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture II: On Language - the Oneness of man with the Universe
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    • the head it has faded into an image. When you speak, you have
    • — like feeling. Speaking, too, is primarily
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    • to say to us, if he desires to speak to us from his background,
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    • In the discussions speakers stand up, but you very soon notice
    • speak of “noun,” “adjective,” and
    • the consciousness: we human beings speak; animals cannot;
    • his ego is essentially bound up with our power to speak, though
    • to-day's speaking has become very abstract. But I should like
    • silent and then they went on speaking. In this way, for
    • speaking resumed. Thus was expressed by gesture the
    • his personality, we shall speak in our next lecture.
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    • death, still continued to live with her consciously. He speaks
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    • am only speaking figuratively, of course, for I have nothing
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    • I should like to speak to you
    • kingdoms of nature. You will succeed in this if, in speaking of
    • speak to the child of the things of natural history in the form
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VIII: Education After the Twelfth - History - Physics
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    • But in other cases, too, for instance, if you are speaking in a
    • produced, and you speak of it as an electrical process. Now
    • them nevertheless. But we cannot avoid speaking of gravitation.
    • We are bound to speak of it. For otherwise our pupil will go
    • with the other case in which you speak of the action of
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture X: Arranging the Lesson up to the Fourteenth Year
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    • be studied in the form of practice of speaking.
    • the so-called less-gifted children generally speaking
    • witnesses and that people speak the truth more and more. But to
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XI: On the Teaching of Geography
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    • degree by the first history lessons. Then speak, too, about the
    • peoples. But do not speak of the different characters of the
    • geography — to speak about the uses to which the economic
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XII: How to Connect School with Practical Life
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    • “Jesus Christ” after every fifth sentence, or speak
    • educated: “Ah yes, he ought to speak far more than he
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    • up to speak. He began to read off his very tedious abstract
    • pay attention all the time to correct speaking on our part, we
    • constantly, so that he speaks correctly, we shall be laying the
    • over speaking, and only in the last instance introduce the
    • try to make the children not only speak Latin and Greek but
    • when one speaks Latin, another Greek. And I try to make the
    • child must feel: when he speaks Greek he really only speaks
    • with the larynx and chest; when he speaks Latin there is
    • speaks that, and how it resembles Latin very closely. When he
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    • speak of “object lessons.” They are quite sound,
    • speaking, particularly when the children have not been spoilt
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    • external world-order. Externally speaking it is of course possible to
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    • mistaken when in speaking psychologically they constantly say:
    • that in a manner of speaking, we may say a man has no need to be so
    • speaking to him in images, then you are actually laying in the child
    • in all that we have to do in our educational work. We will speak
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    • to speak in general of the spiritual branch of the social organism.
    • When you hear psychologists speak to-day you will nearly always find
    • that they speak only of the twofold nature of man. You will hear it
    • speaking of human freedom therefore, one has to pay attention to this
    • Practically speaking this is the only answer that could result. He
    • — figuratively speaking, of course — to use his elbows. The
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    • human nature when we are speaking of the present-day man; but there is
    • who speak of the Spirit-Self more realistically from a naive knowledge
    • constituents of man. If to-day we want to speak of the soul of man as
    • it lives in the body, then we must speak of the three soul principles
    • just mentioned. If we are speaking of his body, we speak, as you know,
    • speaking of instinct, either in animals or in its weaker form in man,
    • and sentient body. But when you speak of desire you will quite
    • birth to old age; while in speaking of desire you speak of something
    • call motive, so that when we speak of the will impulse in the individual
    • soul, in what belongs to the “I,” we are speaking of
    • tries to get at these hidden soul forces, but it only speaks in
    • anything about that? Ordinary psychology speaks only of a
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    • different organisms — not to speak of the organisation of the
    • theory.” The right way to set to work here would be to speak from
    • Here we can speak of the soul as a single entity without falling into
    • first sight of reality is the last thing we get. Strictly speaking,
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    • between willing, feeling and thinking-knowing. If I may speak
    • ordinary life we speak of being awake, of the waking condition of
    • will, by letting him walk while he speaks. You will not
    • world — as already described when speaking from the point of view
    • and soul: they speak of the interplay between body and soul, of
    • And when especially gifted people speak of their inspirations they
    • really speak of that which the world has laid into their feeling life
    • thinking-cognition. Here we are, so to speak, in the clear light of
    • unconsciously, quite well-ordered. Finally when a poet speaks of his
    • intuition, of which men speak instinctively, comes up more readily to
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    • objection of materialism to those who speak of the soul and the spirit
    • described in current books on psychology. When the psychologists speak
    • speak of stimulus, and they hold to the expression they form, but will
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    • once more to-day. Usually people speak of the senses of hearing,
    • sympathy — antipathy. I am not now speaking of the feeling life,
    • Spirit!” Most people speak of spirit perpetually and are at a
    • But we can only speak truly of the spirit if we describe how it finds
    • expression in conditions of consciousness. We can only speak truly of
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    • speaking you are continually forming conclusions. This activity of
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    • greater capacity for seeing forms, they were not wrong in speaking of
    • thing enclosed in itself. It is, so to speak, just what it
    • world? It rests on the shoulders, as I told you when speaking in
    • I said that what I had to speak to you about to-day was indeed a
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    • in animals we can speak of an inner need, namely of the force that
    • lies at the basis of will, so can we speak of a “need” in
    • for Teachers) He must, then, hold a review, so to speak, of the
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    • One must speak of these things to-day in this radical manner because
    • platitudes of popular speakers or others who only say what we already
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    • within outwards and what is pushed into the human body, so to speak,
    • something that represents so to speak, a beginning of the head
    • arise. It is exceedingly significant how, when man speaks, he is
    • reading. We shall get the right attitude of mind to human speaking if
    • pushes into man, so to speak, a densified, coarsened limb nature. And
    • will man find the right tone for speaking of these things. It is no
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    • My first words shall be to ask your forgiveness that I cannot speak to
    • And now that I am about to speak of a method of education which in a
    • the right also to speak of what is new. For a new thing, in order to
    • spirits in natural science, we cannot, when speaking of spiritual life
    • speak to you in the following days.
    • I shall have to speak to you of the development of a knowledge which
    • equipped with the knowledge of which I shall have to speak in the next
    • the question of how a child learns to speak (I will not go into the
    • child actually learn to speak? Has he some kind of instinct whereby he
    • child one can observe that all speech and all learning to speak rests
    • art. For it is fundamental to the education of which we are speaking
    • — they do not need to speak, they only need to be there with
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    • to speak in a more theoretical way, to speak in ideas and concepts. I
    • world outlook from which I now speak, is generally not understood
    • it — I would say: When we speak, our speech comes from words,
    • development. And to-day I wish to speak to you of one way of this
    • I speak to you here. Commonly as adult human beings we only perceive
    • be absurd to speak of the transits of Venus, just because they had not
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    • something for itself — so to speak — the moment the organic
    • speaking of “eternity,” but of “immortality.” I
    • children we were speaking, and not of introducing things in this way
    • if we were simply speaking of a grown man? An observer of life finds
    • the Waldorf School — (master it, that is, relatively speaking
    • speak of these things for the erst time. A period of thirty years lay
    • appeared, I was speaking on
    • in these children. In the next few days I shall have to speak also of
    • age in which we must no longer speak of him as a child — the age
    • child's soul. Now soul manifests, roughly speaking, through thinking,
    • Now when people speak of the nature of the human soul to-day, in this
    • but practically speaking every adult human being has four times as many
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    • object of speaking of spiritual facts here is to answer the
    • one speaks on educational questions at the present day one finds
    • slight feeling of shame in face of the audience when speaking on
    • education, — for one realises that one is speaking of what
    • about a better education. One assumes that both the speaker and the
    • on what he perceives: — on the adult's sad manner of speaking,
    • beings within this universe. Rightly speaking all our feelings should
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    • is, properly speaking, to educate; and instruction is made use of as a
    • children's education. I shall be speaking further of eurhythmy, and in
    • educational principles of which we have been speaking makes great
    • of which I am here speaking this is striven for. Now, when it is a
    • co-educational school such as the Waldorf School, I shall be speaking
    • When we speak of the earth we speak as physicists, or at most as
    • Indeed I can make the thing very vivid when speaking, for instance, of
    • spiritually speaking — because its organism spontaneously rejects
    • may seem extremely paradoxical to you, but since I am speaking of
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    • nature. On the other hand I shall speak to-morrow upon the painting
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    • When we speak of organisation to-day we commonly imply that something
    • is to be organised, to be arranged. But in speaking of the
    • convinced — and I speak without irony — that in these days
    • speaking a school for all classes (Einheitschule). For we had a
    • Thus the heart of the Waldorf School, if I speak of its organisation,
    • must also be able to love the illness. One must be able to speak of a
    • in the youngest classes of the school; and a child learns to speak in
    • important turning point of which I shall be speaking when. I deal with
    • teaching is taken at this time. And I shall be speaking further of
    • something done by a very little girl, comparatively speaking.
    • and the Peleponesus so. The child learns to speak through colour, and
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    • of schools. I was speaking of the physical health and the physical
    • nature. I will speak of these later. But even in the physical respect
    • I will speak of the psychic moral aspect in the next section, and on
    • neither is it an art of dance. When a person sings or speaks he
    • enters into the movement. We do not merely speak a sound, we colour it
    • kindly movement, but this would be the same in speaking. No art of
    • through its own particular medium. A statue cannot be made to speak;
    • Naturally, when I speak of veils this does not mean that one can
    • his speaking or singing organism, can be carried over into the whole
    • I wished to-day to speak of the art of eurhythmy in so far as it forms
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    • ‘Can we speak to you to-day — it is very urgent — may
    • the whole class speak to you to-day? (i.e. the top class). But we only
    • herself leader of the class and wished to speak to me in the presence
    • wisdom behind the fact that formerly men did not speak simply of
    • naive once more in education. And this explains why, in speaking of a
    • Waldorf Teacher one must speak of man as a whole.
    • And with this indication that the life that speaks through the Waldorf
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    • given this preface, I would like to speak more specifically about what
    • in the larynx, a second man, in a manner of speaking, who is, to be
    • frontal lobe in the speaking man. The thyroid must co-operate with the
    • When we breathe and this breathing expresses itself in speaking or singing,
    • imitation, as in speaking “E” the larynx carries out exactly
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    • speak of vowels and consonants in this manner when one has an earlier
    • of expression through movement, ceased. Today in normal life we speak
    • In speaking of vowels today, we will speak purely of the meaning of
    • truly Ahrimanic sound, if I may speak anthroposophically, and the
    • is the essential thing and tomorrow we will speak about it further.
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    • sensible-super-sensible observation of which I so often speak in
    • place in speaking it; since — in respect to the characteristic
    • halt, the tongue wants to follow when it speaks the lingual R, and finally
    • narrowed and the lips can vibrate. You can see that in speaking one
    • etherically speaking, a fat-head — not really a fat-head, but
    • of sounds tomorrow, I would like to speak in closing of something
    • cause of illness; I am speaking in coarse words now — but then
    • from the effects which learning to speak abstractly, which the failure to
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    • of learning to speak — and the metabolic-limb system.
    • when you have the patient speak the vowel, entone it, the organism as
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    • He doesn't speak himself, he listens. That is essential. He listens to
    • characterized is correct when someone speaks and the movements for
    • the world turns around them so to speak, they will soon see what they
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    • extraordinarily difficult to speak to people about these things,
    • thing crosses the other; then an inward silent speaking joins what is
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    • I would like to speak to you about the whole purpose and meaning of
    • the formative apparatus — of which I may speak on the basis of
    • nourishment, so to speak, you must direct your attention principally
    • one speaks about something he knows nothing about. He considers it a
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    • At the time of which I speak, Eurythmy was studied only by a very few
    • I speak in all humility when I say that within the Anthroposophical
    • it not in very good taste when a speaker accompanies his discourse
    • the way in which he moved his arms and hands while speaking, through
    • nicht mehr.” (“Alas, when the soul speaks, in reality it
    • speaks no more.”)
    • undeniable fact that modern man, when speaking, in no way brings his
    • the words which we speak; we do not enter into the sounds of speech
    • speak English, or some other language.
    • speak to you quite freely about the etheric body
    • physical body. Of course you can, if you choose, speak quite without
    • Indeed, in these days, the mere fact of being able to speak at all is
    • I could indeed speak about Eurythmy the whole night through, carrying
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    • So you see, when one speaks of nutrition one has to consider how the
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    • that the musical element can speak to everyone, that it affects the
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    • Idea, he speaks of art as a kind of knowledge that leads more
    • Schopenhauer speaks physiologically of specific sense impressions.
    • over the body's surface. It speaks of voluptuousness concealed
    • world into the physical world. The melodies and harmonies that speak
    • something that this world cannot provide. Painting speaks to the
    • astral corporeality, but the world of tone speaks to the innermost
    • primordial kinship speaks to the soul; in the most inwardly deep
    • and speak comfortingly and encouragingly to us in surging melodies
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    • elementary beginnings of singing and speaking took place.
    • could argue that the cold-blooded insect also “speaks,”
    • but in the sense used here, where speaking is the soul resounding
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    • is similar in the case of language; the language we speak here on
    • we first focus on the mediating member of man, man's speaking,
    • civilization lies in speaking. Through speaking, people come together
    • here on earth; speaking is the bridge between two persons. Soul
    • unites with soul. We feel that in speaking we have an essential
    • revealed when one goes into the details of what man is when he speaks
    • speaking of these forms, one is not always referring only to the
    • sculptural form of the human organization. Not speaking symbolically
    • When one speaks of consonants, one always feels something that is
    • system when he speaks. One could say that he “innergizes”
    • also into the head-breathing. When man shifts from speaking to
    • earth, we can speak and sing only by means of air, and in the air
    • world of the stars. Though it appears that I am speaking
    • this whole structure — it sounds as if I speak figuratively,
    • it sings to you in speaking, speaks in singing, and your perception
    • is actually a hearing of this speaking-singing, singing-speaking.
    • reflection of the spiritual. When man speaks, he makes use of his
    • speaking human beings in two ways. Take the consonantal human
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    • enjoyment. I would have to speak differently concerning both the
    • fail the moment one is obliged to speak about the musical element. It
    • begin to speak about the musical element, it is thus necessary to
    • which we shall speak later — and is of no immediate importance
    • however, is not as important here as it is otherwise. In speaking of
    • angel in my being is beginning to play music. The muse in me speaks.”
    • naturally gets into the habit of speaking in general concepts even in
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    • “I” is, so to speak, within the confines of the human
    • time a speaking of the spiritual world. One was conscious that if one
    • speaking of the gods and of the proceedings of the gods. As I
    • I had to speak of a ninefold nature, further dividing the three
    • books that speak of the sevenfold human being stem from the tradition
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    • so to speak. Since man at his present level of evolution has not
    • one speaks of man's waking experiences, they necessarily
    • physical-etheric environment. One therefore must speak of a
    • super-sensible vision is in a position to speak of a world that
    • thoughts of itself. We therefore cannot speak of thoughts as if they
    • I have described the human side, so to speak, of the matter, how this
    • super-sensible world, however, one must speak of the super-sensible
    • bearer of his physical and etheric bodies. In a manner of speaking,
    • bodies. In a manner of speaking, man withdraws his experience of the
    • in major and minor modes was projected, so to speak, into the
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    • I have made these preliminary remarks because I propose today to speak
    • stretches of time, we speak of certain epochs of culture within the
    • The reason for speaking of these periods is that the faculties of
    • every such period — I am speaking now of the shortest. Every such
    • of which we shall speak today — cannot be formed without taking
    • the external development of which history speaks and to which the
    • The other fact, of which I am now going to speak, will, at first,
    • which we shall speak — to investigate these things occultly was
    • extremely difficult to speak because they everywhere run counter to
    • unknown superiors. It was an Order of murderers, so to speak, with the
    • Action” as a counter-blast, so to speak; it was intended to be a
    • spiritual world! Ahriman-Mephistopheles is then obliged to speak to
    • such men as he speaks to Faust when sending him to the
    • life. You may speak for long years, on countless occasions, to vast
    • today. As I said, it is not easy to speak of these things, but in duty
    • itself to men. But it goes against the grain to speak about these
    • trusts you, he will often speak of what he, or some other person, has
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    • that speaks of many Spiritual Beings.
    • that they are speaking of the Divinity who is the one God of them all.
    • Today there is evidence on all hands that when one speaks of man's
    • speak, before his attention is aroused to the fact that in the events
    • earlier times men did not speak vaguely of swarms of human beings on
    • material world. Humanity has lost all aptitude for speaking thus
    • caused me to speak to friends in very many places of an event —
    • details of its actual course. I will speak of it briefly, again today.
    • purposes. I am speaking, therefore, of Beings who up to the year 1841
    • In this connection I want to speak as concretely as possible. The fact
    • of humanity. Many there are who speak of Christ Jesus. Modern
    • theology, however, would actually like to prevent anyone from speaking
    • ways. Truly, it is a momentous event of which we are here speaking.
    • through pain, only when men can suffer, when, to speak paradoxically,
    • that one ought to pay attention to this knowledge because it speaks
    • speak of these very serious aspects of spiritual knowledge in our
    • be together and speak together as we have done.
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    • remembering that strictly speaking there are three stages on the path
    • him speaking behind the screen. It is certainly possible to renounce
    • we speak of the Christ Event, a source for us is also that great
    • both speaking of the same being — John Smith.
    • whether we speak of Him as Jesus of Nazareth before the Baptism by
    • in such records or by speaking of ‘fiction’ when
    • opportunity here to speak of things of which there was no occasion to
    • speak in detail when we were studying the Gospel of St. John namely,
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    • it was a fount of consolation, speaking with such tenderness of the
    • way conscious — and strictly speaking this applies to everyone
    • man. I will only remind you of Plato, who speaks of a horse led by a
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    • speak to men only of what Initiates had to say; his primary mission
    • the human soul itself. Hence he could not speak only of the fruits of
    • his own enlightenment, but he said to himself: ‘I must speak to men
    • himself in them and lets them alone speak to him. This is right
    • Generally speaking,
    • the moon. In the West we do not speak of the ‘hare in the moon’
    • nature of man. Spiritual science speaks of several ‘births’.
    • Jesus-child. Hence the boy was able to speak with all the simplicity
    • was speaking in a way that astonished those around him, because he
    • to speak. It so happened that at this very time, King Kanisha of
    • of the Jesus-child and was thereby able to speak in a new way to the
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    • immediately put into practice. I speak of it by way of comparison
    • humanity. This was, so to speak, the Adam-soul as yet untouched by human
    • — knew it too. For this reason he speaks of it in a special way. He
    • speaks of Jesus of Nazareth?
    • St. Luke, was the ‘Son of God’. St. Luke was not speaking of the
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    • But if we were content to speak of the happenings in an abstract way
    • with the ‘kingly’ nature (speaking in the technical sense),
    • understand his words, for now the Zarathustra-Ego was speaking out of
    • where Dr. Steiner speaks again of the mysterious process connected with
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    • are about to speak. The Hebrew people had to be ‘screened’ from
    • listening to how he actually speaks. Five to six hundred years before
    • been silenced. He speaks, although no longer incarnated, when he
    • St. Luke speaks so impressively. Only by endeavouring to understand
    • to everything that is near him, and stand alone; he had to speak from
    • where Dr. Steiner speaks again of the mysterious process connected with
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    • speaking, however, the constitution of the human being cannot be
    • what now concerns us. When speaking of the element of soul in man,
    • mysteries of Earth evolution. Generally speaking, it will
    • It is therefore quite correct to speak of the twelve Bodhisattvas in
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    • Relatively speaking,
    • speaking, therefore, it may be said that the soul-and-spirit can work
    • 5:21 And the scribes and the Pharisees began to reason, saying, Who is this which speaketh blasphemies? Who can forgive sins, but God alone? \
    • when Christ speaks of ‘deeper sin’ — sin which reaches
    • connection do we speak of the secrets of the physical body as though
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    • speaking is not at variance with what we ourselves preach. But we put
    • with love. To those around Him Christ could speak to the following
    • in our own day. How should we have to speak if we wished to apply to
    • a third type. We may therefore speak of three categories of men who
    • among others, must be impugned at the present time, if one speaks
    • the world to-day does not, properly speaking, possess the Bible and can
    • words, and indeed the Gospel of St. Luke as a whole speaks to the
    • In many and various ways Christ speaks of how the Ego must overflow
    • ‘Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh.’
    • (O generation of vipers, how can ye, being evil, speakMatt. XII, 34.)
    • highest Christian ideals! The mouth speaks from the overflowing
    • of the Ego. The meaning is therefore this: ‘Speak from an Ego which
    • the heart the mouth speaketh!’ this is a cardinal principle of
    • ‘Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh’
    • another became Bodhisattava. A Buddhist legend speaks of this in
    • profundities of the Gospel of St. Luke. This Gospel does not speak to
    • O generation of vipers, how can ye, being evil, speakMatt. XII, 34,
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    • great pioneers and missionaries must speak in such a way that men
    • needed at that time was to speak in a way that could lead by degrees
    • those who were around Him speak in this way? In order to understand
    • 7:15 And he that was dead sat up, and began to speak. And he delivered him to his mother. \
    • charged them not to speak of it, this other ‘raising’ was
    • new principle into their souls. He indicates this when speaking of
    • 7:24 And when the messengers of John were departed, he began to speak unto the people concerning John, What went ye out into the wilderness for to see? A reed shaken with the wind? \
    • speak, a ‘virgin birth’, something that flows into the process
    • before Christ Jesus could speak to men only by using the faculties
    • indicates this when He speaks to His disciples of John the Baptist
    • St. Luke where Christ is speaking of a higher revelation, is as
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    • Anthroposophical Society. And in this context may I begin by speaking
    • Now the essential effect of Wagnerianism on people — I speak
    • speak about Dostoevsky's Raskolnikov,
    • speak: the spiritual world accepted as self-evident, and human beings
    • at all easy to speak about the spiritual world; a suitable point of
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    • the God within yourself, and when that God began to speak you were
    • speaking theosophy. But Hegel, when in Zimmermann's view he allowed
    • the God within himself to speak, said: Being, negation of being,
    • human beings to speak, for that leads to a theocentric perspective.
    • and wanted to speak about. That occurred at the same time as the
    • were initiates, and who were able to speak about the world, the
    • speak in a curious manner. There is a small booklet by him, called
    • and Oliphant begin to speak about the spiritual world. Even if these
    • had experienced in the past and speak about it. Furthermore, it also
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    • ignite, in a manner of speaking, in these female brains through the
    • pretty hard to take. Actually I came into conflict with the speaker
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    • She was able to speak of spiritual beings and spiritual processes
    • in the same way that one normally speaks of the beings and processes
    • speak about conditions governing the existence of the contemporary
    • speak through what was accessible to the senses. Christianity and its
    • Christ, are no longer able to speak to the broad spectrum of people
    • about Christ; at most they speak about the personality of Jesus. Thus
    • wants to speak about Christ. Modern human beings did not have the
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    • to London and slowly began to feed, in a manner of speaking, on
    • it began to grow at a very fast pace, relatively speaking, and we
    • Besant. For example — and I prefer to speak about these things
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    • anything in speaking about or working on this material other than
    • I am aware, of course, that when I speak about these things, many
    • president someone they had heard speak on only one occasion, those
    • I was invited once to speak about anthroposophy to the Gottsched Society
    • speak about the Society. The we should actually disappear.
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    • spoken of very differently from the way in which authorities speak
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    • conscious, I see objects around me, hear other people speak to me,
    • dream can, so to speak, come to life and take on its own inner
    • exercises — we will speak of them later — so that by
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    • after embarking, so to speak, on the spiritual ocean of the universe,
    • only. When we speak of the heart or head, the commonsense view
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    • the magnificent Cathedral still stands today, speaking to his pupils
    • was very much more a living reality than it is today. We can speak,
    • from the spiritual impulses he had received, was empowered to speak
    • inter-relationships of entities in that world. Speaking from his
    • times it was possible for the teacher to speak to his pupil after
    • term ‘nature;’ he preferred to speak of Persephone
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    • world it is only meaningful to speak of the elements earth, water,
    • speak of earth, water, fire and air.
    • speak of the elements such as oxygen and hydrogen, but in your own
    • Natura, who speaks to us, beckons and communicates insights
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    • Imagine what this demands of him. If we are to speak of spiritual
    • life in spatiotemporal perspective, so to speak. If he can add
    • capable of speaking from first-hand experience of Initiation, but at
    • the age of sixty-three we would speak with deeper knowledge, because,
    • sleep. We can converse with them, metaphorically speaking, as we do
    • discuss spiritual matters with others, they can only speak with
    • person's acquaintance and later have an opportunity of speaking
    • world of stars. And the first thing we learn from this is to speak of
    • speak of them in ordinary life.
    • who still knew something of these matters did not speak therefore of
    • speak further on these matters in the following lectures.
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    • ab Insulis and Joachim of Fiore. And I could speak of hundreds
    • metaphorically speaking, the human souls living between death and
    • have already given. Therefore in speaking of Joachim of Fiore and
    • Cosmos as a stellar being, so to speak, not as an individual
    • in human evolution. And when we speak from the standpoint of genuine
    • spiritual world of which I am now speaking, these beings also have
    • important. These Moon beings of whom I am speaking, can, for their
    • what is expressed in movements — I shall speak of this later
    • even ladies, who would be most unwilling to speak about skin
    • subject but we cannot afford to ignore them since we must speak about
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    • which are rooted in these parts of the brain of which I am speaking.
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    • speak, only the rudimentary beginnings of this state. Now it is
    • it describes the world of which I am now speaking, the Moon sphere,
    • speak, in his own being and hence is immersed in the Cosmos and, to a
    • control over his physical and etheric bodies; they are, so to speak,
    • situation. I am here speaking of a field of investigation at the
    • I will speak
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    • Fechner and declared that it was nonsense to speak of Moon influences
    • speak of powerful Sun and Moon influences, not merely as a relic of
    • speak, under the influences of Earth, Sun and Moon, and his
    • man of whom I am speaking, not in waking consciousness, but during
    • onwards these things begin to speak. They are revealed through
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    • brief account, therefore, I should like first to speak of man's
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    • asked to speak in these lectures about paths leading to a knowledge
    • spoken of very differently from the way in which authorities speak
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    • conscious, I see objects around me, hear other people speak to me,
    • dream can, so to speak, come to life and take on its own inner
    • exercises — we will speak of them later — so that by
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    • after embarking, so to speak, on the spiritual ocean of the universe,
    • only. When we speak of the heart or head, the commonsense view
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    • the magnificent Cathedral still stands today, speaking to his pupils
    • was very much more a living reality than it is today. We can speak,
    • from the spiritual impulses he had received, was empowered to speak
    • inter-relationships of entities in that world. Speaking from his
    • times it was possible for the teacher to speak to his pupil after
    • term ‘nature;’ he preferred to speak of Persephone
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    • world it is only meaningful to speak of the elements earth, water,
    • speak of earth, water, fire and air.
    • speak of the elements such as oxygen and hydrogen, but in your own
    • Natura, who speaks to us, beckons and communicates insights
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    • Imagine what this demands of him. If we are to speak of spiritual
    • life in spatiotemporal perspective, so to speak. If he can add
    • capable of speaking from first-hand experience of Initiation, but at
    • the age of sixty-three we would speak with deeper knowledge, because,
    • sleep. We can converse with them, metaphorically speaking, as we do
    • discuss spiritual matters with others, they can only speak with
    • person's acquaintance and later have an opportunity of speaking
    • world of stars. And the first thing we learn from this is to speak of
    • speak of them in ordinary life.
    • who still knew something of these matters did not speak therefore of
    • speak further on these matters in the following lectures.
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    • ab Insulis and Joachim of Fiore. And I could speak of hundreds
    • metaphorically speaking, the human souls living between death and
    • have already given. Therefore in speaking of Joachim of Fiore and
    • Cosmos as a stellar being, so to speak, not as an individual
    • in human evolution. And when we speak from the standpoint of genuine
    • spiritual world of which I am now speaking, these beings also have
    • important. These Moon beings of whom I am speaking, can, for their
    • what is expressed in movements — I shall speak of this later
    • even ladies, who would be most unwilling to speak about skin
    • subject but we cannot afford to ignore them since we must speak about
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    • which are rooted in these parts of the brain of which I am speaking.
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    • speak, only the rudimentary beginnings of this state. Now it is
    • it describes the world of which I am now speaking, the Moon sphere,
    • speak, in his own being and hence is immersed in the Cosmos and, to a
    • control over his physical and etheric bodies; they are, so to speak,
    • situation. I am here speaking of a field of investigation at the
    • I will speak
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    • Fechner and declared that it was nonsense to speak of Moon influences
    • speak of powerful Sun and Moon influences, not merely as a relic of
    • speak, under the influences of Earth, Sun and Moon, and his
    • man of whom I am speaking, not in waking consciousness, but during
    • onwards these things begin to speak. They are revealed through
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    • brief account, therefore, I should like first to speak of man's
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    • are speaking of the time which began with the fifth
    • hear people speaking like this. However if we speak like this
    • we are speaking Ahriman's language for this is using the
    • capable of speaking to the human soul forces that are asleep
    • person who is speaking out of the spirit of spiritual
    • other sciences do. Speaking in the manner of other sciences
    • can be seen, actually sensed, so to speak, in certain crude
    • uncontrolled feelings get the better of us when we speak.
    • Rhine and he speaks for instance of the ‘old
    • But what is he referring to? When people speak of the
    • lower. Thus when people spoke, or heard people speaking,
    • had to speak differently to the souls that were less exposed
    • to the attacks of Ahriman than we are today. Art has to speak
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    • considerations I shall be speaking to you about the important
    • to speak about the higher members of the human being,
    • that it was not always the case has been, so to speak,
    • pointed out that properly speaking we do not sleep by night
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    • speak like this; for he carries within himself something
    • instrument, a tool through which the spiritual beings speak;
    • initiation, poets will speak in dramatic or epic or lyric
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    • macrocosm. However, in this case we should have to speak of
    • Thus speaks the Balance,
    • Thus speaks the Balance,
    • Thus speaks the Balance,
    • Thus speaks the Balance,
    • contain the most profound wisdom. Fundamentally speaking we
    • feeling that infinite wisdom is speaking to us there and how,
    • words Jehovah speaks to Moses.
    • order that the change we have been speaking of can come about
    • enters into the realm of the soul we ought to speak of the
    • spiritual content. We can speak of the equality of spiritual
    • life. We can speak of fraternity on the physical plane and
    • can speak of this season really being comparable to the
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    • fellow human being speaking to us. But we have to learn that
    • side of the stage speaks to him of his experience of weight.
    • envisage when it speaks of a child being educated by a
    • grown-up? Fundamentally speaking, the materialistic age sees
    • speak about these things again. But I would like to tell you
    • we speak to the child of the present. We only have the right
    • impetus. For then the teacher will speak, think and feel in
    • musical-sculptural elements I have just been speaking about.
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    • level. ‘You shall’ never speaks to us from out of
    • you see this even better in horses, but we are not speaking
    • speaks of ten lunar months, and knows certain other things,
    • of them, and whereas everybody else is free to speak about
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    • Steiner would speak again about the creation of the world and man.
    • Dr. Steiner: It is asked if I could speak again
    • but not my soul. (We will speak of this more exactly later, for
    • We will speak further of all this — today is
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    • would like to speak further about the creation of the earth and the
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    • usually sees. Yet, comparatively speaking, all that happens is that
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    • so to speak, like lice on the old body of the earth and were
    • I would now like to speak of something that will show
    • earth, could have fashioned himself? There was, so to speak, a great
    • the men left behind, so to speak, the imperfect specimens of mankind
    • Dollinger raised the question. We have been able to speak about it in
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    • speak) — the Chinese and Japanese had a culture quite different
    • as it is for us-nor even to speak. With us, reading and writing can
    • those ancient times it would have been nonsense to speak of light and
    • Europeans, who are not given to making fine distinctions, speak of a
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    • So you see, when one speaks of nutrition one has to
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    • wise men of India, speak of man in his original state on earth, they
    • speak of the ape-like Hanuman. So you see, it is not true that even
    • people have no thought of spirit, they can't speak of the evolution
    • speak of the human body we will have to say: Man's body has gradually
    • that it was not they who were speaking but the spirit speaking
    • to tell; they were in harmony with nature and would speak not in an
    • speak imaginatively you say: Wotan is always to be found in that high
    • speak of the spirit everywhere.
    • have always continued to speak in this way of the Being ruling in
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    • solid to the degree that the earth is solid, one cannot, of course, speak
    • still without bones. I described this to you when I was speaking of
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    • shows clearly that one can speak of the earth coming to an end.
    • mountain that we can really speak of snow and ice on a very large
    • grandparents, not to speak of our great-grandparents and
    • miles from the earth and is not, properly speaking, illuminated by
    • speak quite hypothetically, because I don't know whether there is any
    • that is in yourself. The force I'm speaking of lies in your
    • sugar in the coffee. But I am speaking quite hypothetically because,
    • of which you are speaking. It is more probable that it is a
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    • So, gentlemen, let us speak further about this next
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    • It is obviously difficult to speak briefly about these
    • been speaking is not the only one that was merciful enough to split
    • should speak further on today's subject in the next session. Today I
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    • will. We perceive that the human being wills. But speaking generally
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 1: The Mission of Spiritual Science
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    • from the form it must take today. In speaking of the present, I naturally do
    • so to speak. From the 16th century onwards, the relationship between the soul
    • so to speak, from ascending towards the spiritual world, and preferred to
    • then, any rational grounds for saying that it is nonsensical to speak of a
    • but to follow the voice that speaks to him from spiritual depths, an
    • the senses. He feels that duty, the categorical imperative, conscience, speak
    • speaks to me, but I am weak; in the ordinary world I cannot carry out fully
    • today it is again possible not merely to proclaim the old, but to speak of
    • When we speak of
    • knowledge”; but we can also speak of “imaginative
    • been so, at all times. And if Spiritual Science is to speak to mankind in
    • a humanity which would never have understood the way it speaks today, for the
    • powers other than those needed for speaking to present-day
    • gone through by those who had to speak to the people in ancient times, led
    • it was proper for Spiritual Science to speak to the human soul through the
    • spiritual researcher has to speak of realms which are not far removed from
    • Science or occultism must therefore speak in a way that can be grasped by
    • relationship to the spiritual researcher; if he is to speak in accordance
    • with the demands of his time he must speak in such a way that every unbiased
    • researcher, for his part, should speak if he feels himself to be truly at one
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    • the soul's being.” We shall be speaking here of the soul and its life,
    • come to speak of some of the humanly interesting characteristics of the soul.
    • soul-substance, so to speak. We must certainly not think of the soul
    • ‘unspeakable name’ of that which cannot be designated from
    • been speaking of conscious work by the Ego. In the far-distant past, long
    • then we can properly speak of a righteous anger. No-one does better at
    • overcomes it at the sight of injustice or folly? Something within us speaks
    • speak of the mission of truth, we shall see how Goethe's thoughts on this
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    • striving towards it. He speaks of truth as a distant goddess whom men may
    • kindle in himself a genuine sense of truth. Hence we cannot speak of a
    • paid; and so, strictly speaking, it is with all men.
    • account. He does not speak about himself, or ask what sort of opinions or
    • something which, fundamentally speaking, has nothing to do with the egoistic
    • before the world and speak of the future, he would say: “I hope for
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    • eternal-feminine, then we can speak of mystical union, and this is the
    • stronger and stronger, one can speak of it as a powerful impulse towards the
    • the reaction to reverence cannot itself be called reverence, we may not speak
    • ourselves in reverence. Thus we can speak of an Almighty in this sense, while
    • a true feeling for the meaning of words prevents us from speaking of an
    • love because it is to cover two objects. It is false to speak either of an
    • we may without misunderstanding, speak of the element which must
    • speaks. When Goethe speaks of the regions to which the higher reverence
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    • make up in some way a harmonious unity. We speak of a split in a man's
    • contrary to it or at least discrepant, we speak of a break in his character,
    • bespeaks his nobility and greatness, is torn with anguish, above all the
    • confessions which can speak to us as more than theories. He must devote
    • Consciousness Soul. Generally speaking, man has little power over his
    • its chief means of outer expression. Speakers who have the so-called
    • the heart. They are men who speak with passion and are not concerned with
    • example, there are popular speakers who thrust their thumbs into their
    • from being objective, they speak directly out of the Sentient Soul, putting
    • the formative forces that work into man's very bones would speak only of
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    • When we speak of
    • speak as follows: “Think of the plant, how it is rooted in the earth
    • sake of immediate gratification. The material of play is not, so to speak,
    • speaker, when he is talking about things not yet known to the student, has an
    • speaking of the etheric body, these people picture only the physical refined
    • beyond a certain point, and then they speak of etheric
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    • generally occur to us to speak of egoism in connection with the plant. It was
    • to expression in the plants could be called egoism. Normally, we do not speak
    • has in common with the mineral kingdom. We speak of higher members of his
    • strictly speaking, at one remove from actuality. The whole character of the
    • sense. Goethe himself speaks in this sense when he says, in effect: We can
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    • world and the foundations of our human existence. He wished to speak only
    • Buddhism from Spiritual Science, for Spiritual Science never refuses to speak
    • sets before King Milinda. The King speaks: “You say, O wise Nagasena,
    • no right to speak in any true sense of a coherent Ego which passes on from
    • then return to his parable of the chariot and might say, speaking now in a
    • Christian education, use them to attack, so to speak, their own mother. What
    • last traces of his earthly existence are extinguished, but speaks the great
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    • comparatively recent past, people were inclined to speak of the moon as
    • the moon are such that it is hard to speak of an immediate relation of cause
    • we cannot speak of the moon at its meridian as having an actual influence on
    • picturesque way of speaking but deeply true to say that in the morning the
    • wrong, even taking only the external facts, to speak of a direct influence of
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    • When we speak of
    • whole people who speak a common language is in a certain way dependent on
    • today we will try to illuminate aphoristically so to speak, in broad outline,
    • members of our being which derive from the past, we are able to speak of
    • work of our ego. We can therefore speak of the seven-membered human being by
    • being had an ego. That is why in spiritual science we speak of the human
    • seem strange that we speak of
    • experience can be observed with children as they learn to speak. One can see
    • indications for the simple reason that one would have to speak for two weeks
    • and fewer people, who can hardly speak and write, will embark on literary
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    • an ego, but we speak of the group-ego which directs the animal from outside.
    • With man, by contrast, we speak of an individual penetrating right into his
    • a speaker who calculates the effect his words will have on his hearers,
    • to understand. But there are also speakers who always want to get the laugh
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    • experience, and since I must speak quite objectively, with no bias one way or
    • speaking of the same thing — but they will have passed through
    • understand his personal background and so come to see why he speaks as he
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    • still has within it a world of its own, so to speak. This world is always
    • speaks to us in even clearer and more emphatic language, since we are here
    • level. And the Lord's Prayer is not for speaking only. It can call
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    • descriptions that the astral body is only an outward fact, so to speak, for
    • internalised through the ego. This demonstrates that we can speak of an
    • reach out, so to speak, for our physical and ether bodies, but at night we
    • personalities of ancient cultures wanted to speak of certain things by means
    • not make any attempt at healing! To speak like that would not be in the
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    • definitions, roughly speaking. But if we inquire how these deeply rooted
    • soul passing from one stage of evolution to the next, and, if we are speaking
    • without any definite ideas or feelings; then he listens to a speaker who
    • may be affected not so much by the speaker as by the acclamation won from the
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    • speaking of error and start speaking of pathological mental
    • refer to the inner human being, we do not speak of a chaotic,
    • truth to another person and then has to listen to the other speak who is not
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    • to be heard in the concert of voices which speak of the great and fruitful
    • they are taken literally or metaphorically: “When conscience speaks in
    • the human soul, it is the voice of God that speaks.” And one could
    • philosophers who speak of conscience in terms of the highest praise. One of
    • today. For when we say that conscience is a voice speaking out of a divine
    • virtuously. Conscience speaks with elemental power in the human soul and is
    • of virtue speak through his words? The reason is, that the ideas, concepts
    • Everything I have done speaks in my favour. But the blood of my mother is
    • great poet as he was, cannot yet speak of conscience itself, while his
    • successor, Euripides, does speak of it. With this development in mind, we can
    • it speaks to us in the form of a clear message. Popular consciousness says:
    • When conscience speaks, it is God speaking in the soul. The highest spiritual
    • consciousness says that when conscience speaks, it is truly the cosmic Spirit
    • speaking. And spiritual science brings out the connection between conscience
    • natural and right it is for the human heart to speak of conscience as
    • determine our direction and our goal. When conscience speaks, no other voice
    • conscience speaks in him, it is a God speaking.
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    • let art itself speak to us of its significance for mankind.
    • In speaking of human
    • speaking.” Thus the Homeric poems are directly connected with primeval
    • philosophy of the Middle Ages speak from his soul. And for the development of
    • enabled each one of them to speak with a distinctive voice. Goethe creates in
    • when he refused to speak of the idea of truth and the idea of beauty as
    • they speak for humanity when the characters and revelations of their art give
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    • speak to you of what we have become accustomed to call the
    • Mystery of Golgotha, but I will attempt to speak of it in a
    • Now, however, I am obliged to speak more
    • of our [Christian] era. I will speak of the events, the forces
    • observed esoterically. Tomorrow I will speak of the reasons why
    • and Matthew, I have already had the opportunity of speaking
    • John the Baptist, although strictly speaking neither were
    • could speak to her about the threefold suffering he endured
    • him, for while speaking to them his eyes took on a very special
    • following. On one hand he felt the need to speak, on the other
    • that soul was feeling, Jesus again was obliged to speak. He
    • These words encouraged the leper to speak
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    • disappear into nothingness, melt away so to speak, and finally
    • nonsense to speak of a strand of hair as having an independent
    • would we speak of the Mystery of Golgotha? We would have to
    • When we speak of such things words must be
    • used in a different way than in ordinary life. One must speak
    • when speaking of the spirit one goes even a little beyond
    • Perhaps the easiest way to speak of
    • speaking to him, and he repulsed the attack. He defeated
    • traveled about the land with his disciples. He would speak
    • speaking if he's the right or the wrong one. If we grab the
    • although it is quite difficult to speak of these things.
    • Nevertheless, although I may be inclined not to speak of them,
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    • about whom I shall be speaking presently — these Chinese and
    • scales or table. The Chinese did not speak in this way, but they
    • with us to learn to read and write — nor even to speak. With
    • so in modern China. I am speaking of the regions where the Chinese
    • it would have been nonsense to speak of light and shade, for there
    • given to making fine distinctions, speak of the Chinese having a
  • Title: On the Development of Human Culture: Lecture II
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    • like an animal. When the Indians, the wise men of India, speak of man
    • people do not speak of spirit, they cannot speak of the evolution of
    • way the soul and in what way the spirit evolve. If we are to speak of
    • that it was not they who were speaking but the spirit speaking
    • be speaking about Wotan, for example: When you go over the mountain
    • speak — not in an intellectual way but out of imagination. Our
    • intellectual way of talking, but what one says when speaking
    • These primitive men in general have gone on speaking in this way of
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture I
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    • centred in love; they bring, so to speak, the love-life of the
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture II
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    • speaking.
    • very small quantities in which, relatively speaking, it is
    • the period of time during which the Sun, approximately speaking,
    • working to the full, has remained, so to speak, entirely under the influence
    • Speaking
    • you a few of those things I wished to speak of. On Wednesday we shall have
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • I say, that generally speaking, twilight surrounds the bees. But when the
    • yet speak of her. Well, have you ever seen a first swarm when even the
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • someone speak, you know at once whether he knows something, or
    • speaks in a very reasonable way. One observes her utterances if only one
    • to speak, the very hardest earthly substance pours in — there you
    • arrested, and then we have, so to speak, the quartz fluid in the
    • interesting question has been put to me about which I would like to speak,
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture V
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    • them. The working or nonworking of the remedy, so to speak, can
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VI
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    • individual. One could only speak with certainty if one took a number
    • us by the bees. In the next lecture I will also speak about the ants,
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture VII
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    • dangerous to speak in a general way of some medicine or another as a
    • generally speaking, a man will have quite a good sound heart if he
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    • again, one cannot get very far by speaking of mere instinct, for you
    • speaking, the flowers sicken through the life-substances, and the little
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    • speaking of an especially interesting chapter of natural science, of the
    • we should remember him today when we speak of the insects.
    • if you knew how much, (of course, comparatively speaking,) how much formic
    • which I have been speaking to you, a knowledge completely lost to
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • Swiss Orientation Course, also known as the Speakers' Course. In the
    • to speak of certain set of rules.
    • lecturing. (We intend to speak more precisely about these
    • people, a gossip session or the like. For I am not speaking
    • speaking of what should fill our souls, of what should live
    • speaking of the guiding line one needs to set one's self: Our
    • abstract rules by which one learns how to speak with feeling.
    • the rules for speaking with feeling, one will notice that his
    • speak in reference to social intercourse, I could naturally
    • foolishness. For, when one speaks concretely, such a sentence
    • not for our will impulses, for that which we, so to speak,
    • start from an example, let us first take the teacher speaking
    • to children. As far as his speaking is concerned, actually
    • upon his speaking, depends upon what he has previously felt
    • instinctively the manner in which one has to speak and handle
    • a teacher is speaking about Jean Paul. The children start
    • lecture, then naturally we may not speak thoughtlessly,
    • We shall very often even want to speak in such a way that
    • whether we then speak fluently, or whether we speak
    • speaks from the first sentence on under direct inspiration,
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • Swiss Orientation Course, also known as the Speakers' Course. In the
    • today to speak about Anthroposophy and the Threefold Movement
    • For if there is to be speaking about Anthroposophy which is
    • appropriate, then this speaking must be entirely different
    • traditions of speaking. One has often fallen into the habit
    • of speaking also about anthroposophical matters in the way
    • one has become used to speaking in the age of materialism;
    • to do with the concept of the threefold order. Our speaking
    • makes much difference how one speaks about the things of the
    • opinion, through the manner in which they speak, that it is
    • unconsciously, to approach speaking about things as if they
    • out of reality, one should not at all speak in this utopian
    • speak in the same sense of making the threefold social
    • can one speak of "organizing" in order to produce the
    • every Frenchman preaches when he speaks; but a similar
    • expression when one still learned speaking from the
    • speaking in the times when elocution had to be taken
    • him who would speak productively about Anthroposophy or the
    • are able to speak in this way, will Anthroposophy and the
    • on the special element in regard to speaking which was
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • Swiss Orientation Course, also known as the Speakers' Course. In the
    • speaker it will be a question at first of entering in the
    • speaking. The first is to convert to one's own use the
    • upon the paper will speak worse, and he who is not dependent
    • upon the paper will speak somewhat better. But one can of
    • — we shall speak further about this — and before
    • a conclusion — about which we shall also speak
    • social organism, about which we want to speak. There, at the
    • which, as mentioned, we shall speak further — a feeling
    • that it makes sense to speak about these things at all, about
    • should really always sense to whom one has to speak, before
    • one sets about speaking. One ought already to transpose
    • wanted to speak about these things today out of the circle of
    • are to be solved by you as speakers; even if only very few,
    • population, if one speaks directly out of that which they
    • quite clear —: if one speaks today to a proletarian
    • in the discussions and believes himself able to speak then it
    • natural — I speak from experience and cite examples that
    • understand that in order to be comprehensible one must speak out of
    • indoctrination to make people understand: The middle class speaks of
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • Swiss Orientation Course, also known as the Speakers' Course. In the
    • take into consideration how one must speak out of the Swiss context.
    • absolute illusory concept of democracy, it is so difficult to speak
    • treated. It serves no purpose to speak of these matters in a —
    • let me say — pussy-footing manner in order to speak politely to
    • to