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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 1: Spiritual Science and Language
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    • of ways. But the unsatisfactory nature of such a method has also been felt.
    • realising the unsatisfactory nature of such a
    • something unsatisfactory always remains in trying to characterise outwardly
    • If the fact is now
    • called a correspondence of outer events, outer facts, and
    • I have spoken about might be considered by some to be only unsatisfactory
    • error in our linguistic creativity. The expression of super-sensible facts
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 2: Laughing and Weeping
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    • of writing the biography of a pen. The fact that a thought can be applied to
    • true view of life, we must not attach primary importance to such crude facts
    • facts as laughter and tears for bringing out the difference between men and
    • to the facts which matter most in coming to understand man in his
    • The facts we are now
    • scientific findings, but only if the facts are placed in the context of a
    • physiological facts, they will wonderfully illuminate an event which is
    • for itself what lies at the root of them. But when the facts have been
    • ascertained by this means, and when later the same facts are found to be
    • started with the external facts. The spiritual element should be sought where
    • is tickled. That is the most elementary fact about laughter. How do you
    • fundamental facts concerning laughter are not affected either way.
    • his hearers. In fact, by so doing he may help them to free themselves from
    • tragic drama does in fact have the effect of pressing the astral body
    • experiences can lead to an understanding of the greatest facts. Artistic
    • should never be enslaved. Similarly, tears are an expression of the fact that
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • drawn from that world? The true mystical experience depends on the fact that
    • facts which are called in evidence against mysticism by its opponents. The
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 4: The Nature of Prayer
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    • the past and one from the future, are continually meeting there. The fact
    • upon him. That is in fact what prayer can do for the soul.
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
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    • on the relevant facts in life from the point of view of spiritual science, in
    • facts and consequences of human existence. In other words, what can spiritual
    • descriptions that the astral body is only an outward fact, so to speak, for
    • teaches us in fact: we have to want death! For death alone gives us the
    • fact. Only the domesticated animals perish with the human beings. The
    • “Intelligence” is not the decisive factor; our current intellect
    • we can look back on with satisfaction because in a similar manner that sleep
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 6: Positive and Negative Man
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    • this or that and he will stick to them, whatever other facts may be brought
    • correct his ideas if facts go against them, would become — perhaps in a
    • aid in ordering the facts and events of a life, that we can rightly approach
    • the soul can guide us safely through life. The fact is that we cannot
    • ordinary life to the level where we can see what spiritual facts and beings
    • example, the facts show that a man alone is a quite different being from what
    • refuse to recognise the things, including external things, which are in fact
    • the spiritual facts and beings which are always around us. Among them,
    • spiritual researcher takes account of the fact that anyone who is to
    • especially in a spiritual-scientific movement, that when facts concerning the
    • uncongenial that such facts should be presented in a rational sequence of
    • communication of facts drawn from
    • further step, we shall come to a remarkable fact. Consider a man who not
    • and has brought together a large number of relevant facts. By so doing he has
    • these facts with ideas gained from his education and his life up to date or
    • one-sided view of the facts. In so far as the concepts and ideas he has
    • inferred from the facts are the outcome of his own reflective thinking, they
    • meets some followers who have not themselves worked over the facts but have
    • theoretical knowledge of Nature. But we must not be blind to the fact that
    • relevant fact is that wherever there has been a conscious awareness of the
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 7: Error and Mental Disorder
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    • offers a wealth of material for the assessment of the relevant facts. But on
    • everything which we come up against as scientific facts, results and
    • individual divisions and to state that in fact no firm line exists between a
    • And the danger lies not in the fact that the statement is wrong, but that it
    • respect of certain facts and experiences. The danger arises in the moment
    • not like to continue once he has told the facts because our external science
    • because the thought is not in accord with the facts. But on exactly the same
    • an example! And yet: the whole thing is based on the fact that such a
    • notice that it is only his logic and not the logic of the facts. A logic of
    • the facts is only present when we retain mastery over the link between the
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 8: Human Conscience
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    • voice”, this is in fact nothing but the voice of vengeance, changed
    • fact acquired laboriously by the human soul in the course of time. When we
    • ancient times, and therefore not among the Greeks. Conscience, in fact,
    • completely present throughout. This means that he moves among spiritual facts
    • impartially at the observable facts.
    • beings and spiritual facts are seen in the environment, and this applies to
    • required; the facts I have described are seen by the inward eye. Anyone who
    • reveal something that would confirm, in this case, the facts seen by inner
    • that can show how external facts confirm the statements here derived from
    • facts, shall we come to knowledge of these developments. What I am saying
    • and on the other guarantees the fact that in our inmost self we have
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
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    • This is connected with the fact that man had not yet acquired the firm
    • of the spiritual facts underlying the world. When the old clairvoyance was
    • Homer's poems had originated. In fact, he stood somewhat apart from the
    • possible for imagination to depend on external influences. A small fact will
    • setting one poet above another, but solely with facts that point to a
    • his greatness derives precisely from the fact that all the wisdom and
    • facts.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • observation has been felt to be unsatisfactory. There is one question
    • fact that man heard some external sound, either produced by animals,
    • theory, because he realised what an unsatisfactory piece of
    • essence of things, must always be unsatisfactory. We must, in effect,
    • about the fact that in his inner being man bears the intellectual, or
    • between outer happenings or facts, and imitation. In the child, for
    • physical body must be based upon the fact that, in the movements of
    • feels satisfaction when the mother comes, occurs in innumerable
    • unites itself with the external fact.
    • to kill, has come into existence as a sound picture, through the fact
    • give unsatisfactory indications, but it would be necessary to speak
    • adequately express super-sensible facts. Those who ask, ‘how can
  • Title: Lecture: Prayer
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    • This type of mysticism is distinguished by the fact that the
    • all facts and phenomena, and of our own souls as well.
    • desires of men. In fact, prayer can hardly be more
    • once we have admitted this fact, the following experiment
    • worked so powerfully on his soul. In fact, following this



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