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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 1: Spiritual Science and Language
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    • we examined it more closely, we would find that this physical body is much
    • which we find in the child, for example, when the other soul members are
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 2: Laughing and Weeping
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    • Faust, after experiencing the most bitter despair, to find his way back into
    • us. And we can find the spirit — and the human spirit in the first
    • what we may call, in a certain sense, the normal. Then it may find itself in
    • cannot understand; suppose it tries in vain to find a right relationship to
    • however, that we cannot find the relationship to our environment that our
    • they are in the depths of grief and misery, find consolation, a kind of
    • compensation, in tears. You will know, too, how people who cannot weep find
    • weeping. Hence you will find it easy to understand that in a certain sense
    • new-born child, we find that during its first days it can neither laugh nor
    • admit any real distinction between men and animals will of course try to find
    • between lions and their progeny as we may find between human parents and
    • for a relationship he cannot find and expresses his frustration in tears
    • scientific findings, but only if the facts are placed in the context of a
    • whereby man would find his own in-dwelling ego, we can see from our study of
    • always find when laughter breaks out.
    • because he cannot understand him. If an undeveloped human being fails to find
    • he may indulge himself in craving for something he knows he cannot find. By
    • stimulate the soul-forces that find expression in laughter and
    • observe human nature in its smallest details will find that everyday
    • Certainly a balance between the two poles must be found: the ego will find
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • We find some
    • find that it sought to reach a true knowledge of the deepest foundations of
    • means he can find the divine ground of the world, which he would not be able
    • that these mystics were expecting to find more than only that which could be
    • that which emerges in the sentient soul to live itself out and find
    • of what we find when we sink ourselves directly into our inner being; and we
    • find out how the ego works on the three soul members.
    • sought for knowledge in the way described, believed that they could find
    • mystical path, we find that it must lead to what may be called a unity of all
    • accordingly, we find an outlook which could be called spiritual monism. When
    • thinking, however, finds no unity in the outer world, but recognises that its
    • individual. In studying mysticism, accordingly, we shall find value in
    • this can never be too strongly emphasised — to find in a mystic's
    • find other paths than the two just mentioned.
    • spiritual world which previously we could not find, either in the inner world
    • human soul to find the divine-spiritual source of existence through immersing
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 4: The Nature of Prayer
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    • laid hold of wide circles of people, we shall not find it surprising that
    • we might say that while the mystic assumes that he will find in his soul some
    • find the boundaries of the soul, by whatever paths you search, so
    • anyone who surveys the soul will find numerous others to contradict the
    • far. If we understand this, we shall find in every prayer a force that leads
    • when we approach the things of the outer world, we always find them involved
    • whatever may come to us from the future, we find that we are able to meet
    • recover itself. When the striving to find ourselves begins, it sets off a
    • error if we believe that we can find the divine, or God, within ourselves by
    • from everything external, we can find God within ourselves.
    • you will find an
    • garden, but on their own account, so as to find blessedness within their own
    • will find that his refusal turns back on him in revenge. And in many writings
    • it takes to be its God. If someone tries to find God and to approach the
    • are stilled. That is why it is so bad to allow egotism to find its way into
    • mystical devotion and meditation. If we wish to find God, but only in order
    • find the divine in the outer world, for God dwells within you. You have only
    • to take the right path into your inner life and you will find God there. I
    • the universe; you need only look within yourselves and there you will find
    • find God everywhere, for he reveals himself in all the kingdoms of the world
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
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    • morning we find them again unchanged from the evening. Here there is a clear
    • the soul in our current normal life has to find expression in an organ; and
    • find that everything was systematised in such a way that, for example,
    • morning. When we wake up in the morning, we find our physical and ether
    • our experiences in life between birth and death. We find our limitation in
    • natural laws would have been adequate to find the truth if they had been
    • the astral body does not find in the cut finger what it should find when it
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 6: Positive and Negative Man
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    • another, we find the greatest possible variety. In these lectures we have
    • around us, we find that they are at widely different levels of development.
    • you will find an account of how the soul must train itself to
    • in other spheres of life, people are inclined to evade them; they find it
    • worked hard to develop from their own findings, are lively positive
    • more positive than one who merely adopts his findings and learns from them.
    • “Never will you find the boundaries of the soul, by whatever paths you
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 7: Error and Mental Disorder
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    • experiences. But it can also be seen how at each stage it finds a
    • will find expressions and appearances which only seem to be different in
    • darkness of evolution!” A person used to rigorous thinking will find
    • find such an error in our intellectual soul in the present, and if we are
    • consciousness soul can find an obstacle in the active laws of the physical
    • consciousness soul finds an obstacle in the physical body, this is
    • can remain as weak as ever. Those who know life will find that exercises
    • disorder. And even if we find only a superficial link, if a person cannot say
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 8: Human Conscience
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    • scarcely find anyone, however unprepared to reflect on higher spiritual
    • case, as in so many others of wide human concern, he will find that the
    • hard to understand, but he would find nothing of which he could say beyond
    • do we find conscience deprived of its majesty — not in the human heart,
    • mentioned now. If you go through his writings, you find that in spite of his
    • teaching we find in Socrates
    • thinkers we always find the assertion that perfect virtue is something that
    • trace the spiritual life of humanity back into the past, we find that our
    • and beings, on which our sense-world is based, just as he finds his way among
    • physical body, etheric and astral or sentient body. Hence you will find it
    • yet able to say “I” regarding himself, to find the central point
    • sheaths as though in the darkness of a mother's womb, we find that
    • which the ego has emerged. In those times, also, we find in man a primal
    • for man to find in himself his ego-centre, the external vision was
    • The findings of
    • and in his work we find a theme which is especially remarkable for the
    • clairvoyantly aware of it — we find that even the highest culture of
    • — or Aeschylus for example — to find something that spoke as the
    • the soul. In order that men should be able to find something of the divine
    • example, we find that conscience is more and more often spoken of in the
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
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    • and to find answers to the great riddles of existence. Before the time of his
    • who sought to find a uniform substance in all the phenomena of life. Spinoza's
    • the findings of cognition in other fields of investigation. If now we turn
    • sources of existence — if we turn to Richard Wagner, we find in his
    • could have said: “I cannot find in the physical world the causes which
    • consciousness of mankind. In Homer we find presented in metrical form, from
    • find no recounting of the deeds of the gods, for these were no longer
    • intermediate country, the two worlds meet. There we find men who are
    • Eastern vision, the convincing power we find in Homer as an echo of the old
    • ancient clairvoyance had brought to men. Homer, we find, knew very well that
    • gods we find in Homer, the independent man of action appears, though still at
    • conjunction drama was born. And it is decidedly interesting to find that
    • tradition wonderfully confirms the findings derived entirely from
    • truths and finding its way to the human ego. Inasmuch as man, after living
    • present it in the powerful pictures we find in the
    • taken over from tradition the findings of the old clairvoyance. Dante relies
    • forth from itself again and finding its way to the spiritual
    • poets and other artists we find agreement with the thought that the spiritual
    • foundations of human existence find utterance in art: or there are artists
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • we should find that the attempts to characterise in this external way
    • fired, and on waking find that a chair beside the bed has fallen
    • instance, we find imitation when the other members of the soul are as
    • languages, says Mauthner, we find that they by no means, correctly
    • When in the Chinese language, for instance, we find the
    • sphere of Spiritual Science and you will find that a true Spiritual
    • place a verb arbitrarily at the beginning or end. You will find that
    • find that in three consecutive sentences, the middle one is not
  • Title: Lecture: Prayer
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    • treading a path that shall end there, we shall find a
    • sorts of people, we shall not be surprised to find that
    • character. With that as our basis we shall find we are not in
    • find in every prayer the force to lead us beyond ourselves.
    • not only feel warmth but we find ourselves intimately within
    • approach the external world, however, we always find it
    • future.” Upon close observation we always find that
    • to all that may come to us from the future, we shall find
    • lost and could not find themselves. When the striving to find
    • continually err if we think we can find the divine, or God,
    • external, we can find God within ourselves.
    • pamphlet on the Lord's Prayer you will find an account
    • sakes that they might find blessedness in their souls. When
    • world the power we have thus won, we find that we are in a
    • sense punished. Thus you will find in the writings of many
    • meditation. If we want to find God only to keep him in our
    • this, that we cannot find God in the external world because
    • the right way and we shall find God. I have even heard
    • world. If only we would look within ourselves, we would find
    • we shall not find in the external world. It is found in the
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