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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 1: Spiritual Science and Language
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    • language was active in mankind then one can understand — as different
    • things which we have considered today, we can also now understand how a
    • understand the spiritual creativity in the origin of language. That is one of
    • something which is of significance on a practical level. If we understand how
    • of this who says: I will understand what the ether body is if in the first
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 2: Laughing and Weeping
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    • understanding of world history, tradition adds that on account of this smile
    • being, we have also to understand
    • if we are to understand laughing and weeping.
    • understanding or not understanding whatever is involved.
    • especially in tune with its environment if it has been trying to understand
    • cannot understand; suppose it tries in vain to find a right relationship to
    • understand, because it seems not worthwhile for our ego to penetrate into its
    • force of knowledge and understanding. In such a case we have to set up a sort
    • happening around us because we do not want to apply our understanding to it
    • and from our standpoint are right not to do so. It would be true to say,
    • therefore, that anything we are not intending to understand will cause an
    • weeping. Hence you will find it easy to understand that in a certain sense
    • understands these things rightly will agree with the German poet who says
    • understanding the essential nature of a being or a thing. Individual
    • to the facts which matter most in coming to understand man in his
    • religious records with the humility that such a deep and true understanding
    • our understanding of the records is greatly enhanced. We feel that they must
    • call for understanding but only for playing a sort of game. Directly we feel
    • mind may make us unwilling or unable to understand what is going on. Laughter
    • because he cannot understand him. If an undeveloped human being fails to find
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • standpoint of these lectures we can form a clear picture of the
    • deeper understanding of what lies behind the surface of things through that
    • however earnestly one may try to understand and enter into what is said. The
    • understand his personal background and so come to see why he speaks as he
    • of understanding it is often to compare it with some related
    • this path. The example most helpful for an understanding of Imagination, or
    • by leaf until it is a flower. Compare it with man as he stands before you.
    • natural laws; it unfolds its being according to these laws, and it stands
    • outer and inner mystical life are fused. The picture stands before us in such
    • us to understand the real aim and intention of spiritual-scientific research.
    • understand it truly. Then we shall see that mysticism, because it has the
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 4: The Nature of Prayer
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    • we understand how Angelus Silesius was enabled through this same devotion not
    • by this or that spiritual movement, and to gain a true understanding of it
    • ourselves. We have become capable from our present standpoint of disagreeing
    • something greater, with something in our soul that guides us to stand face to
    • face with ourselves and to judge ourselves from the standpoint of the
    • character of prayer. Let us avoid misunderstanding. We are not extolling
    • far. If we understand this, we shall find in every prayer a force that leads
    • who understand prayer in its true nature. And the inward light comes to those
    • who understand the prayer of humbleness towards the future.
    • something always thrusts us away. The outer world stands before us like an
    • world we are standing somewhere surrounded by the blackness of night, we may
    • people who are far from understanding its depths. That is indeed the secret
    • can be effective even if it is not understood. We can come to understand it
    • understand a prayer if it is to have its true effect is simply not true. Who
    • understands the wisdom of a flower, yet we can all take pleasure in it?
    • that is enough, for anyone who understands it will certainly see through many
    • understand the whole life of man, an understanding is necessary of the force
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
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    • “Understanding Sickness and Death”
    • Today I want to deal with significantly deeper questions in the understanding
    • order to clarify how illness, health, death and healing stand in relation to
    • to the instrument of the brain, we can understand this physical body of the
    • An understanding of
    • today so that no one can understand how anything else could ever have been
    • easier to understand when spiritual science says that life presents different
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 6: Positive and Negative Man
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    • Our account will stand entirely on its own ground.
    • various incarnations, we can readily understand that in one earthly life a
    • Anyone who stands on
    • from subconscious obscurity. So we can understand how it happens in life that
    • individual understanding, and because it renounces everything that
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 7: Error and Mental Disorder
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    • the stimulus to gain a relevant understanding which can also flow into our
    • to be the same reality as a table standing before one. Only when the
    • understand the most important events in human life. Those, who for reasons of
    • standing in front of him. The images of the illustrated work on Paris and the
    • we can understand a wide field of mental disorder only if we grope not merely
    • someone was standing in his way. Where such an effect by the eye creates an
    • If we understand
    • conflict between outer and inner human being, then we can also understand
    • the present there is little understanding for what is meant by developing the
    • and yet it is important for an understanding of the present. Thus spiritual
    • objectivity which is necessary to understand the truths of spiritual science
    • understand spiritual science and reasoned understanding of spiritual science
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 8: Human Conscience
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    • hard to understand, but he would find nothing of which he could say beyond
    • object, from a modern standpoint, that things would go badly if we had to
    • activity of the ego developed by gradual stages, and we shall understand how
    • understand that the seer, looking back over the course of human evolution,
    • understandable that as spiritual science indicates — the ego, before
    • judge. Behind the weak ego stands something like a reflection of the powerful
    • consciousness of the ego in the human soul. We see him standing on the
    • Spirit, and this made it possible for them to gain understanding of the event
    • which from all spiritual standpoints must be seen as the greatest impulse
    • in our inward life. Only by understanding the divine humanity of Christ Jesus
    • were men enabled to understand that the voice of God could be heard within
    • necessary for understanding this were present in the stream of thought that
    • that external understanding for the Divinity of Christ Jesus was born in the
    • preparing the way for understanding the Christ. Hence the victorious advance
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
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    • will understand that we have time to consider only the highest achievements
    • art Wagner saw a mysterious truth that could stand on an equal footing with
    • only a little understanding of Homer to realise that for him this higher
    • And if we are to understand this impersonal element in early Western poetry,
    • that he belonged to it, whereas a modern man feels that he stands apart from
    • the standpoint of a later consciousness, an echo of the clairvoyant vision
    • divine-spiritual powers which stand behind the interplay of human passions
    • Dante that specially impressed us? He stands there by himself, with his own
    • may reproach Dante for being a didactic poet. Anyone who understands Dante
    • personality into a world. We cannot properly understand or appreciate
    • subject of all sorts of fanciful speculation, but if we are to understand
    • and stands before us as a real objective figure in the outer
    • out from itself and understand other souls only if it develops its own
    • forth again and stands before man. That is how we should respond to the great
    • by developing his inner forces until the spiritual world stands open to him
    • only through the eyes of external science, he would come to understand it
    • stands at the beginning of an epoch during which man is to re-enter the
    • past, through the present, into the future. And so with deep understanding we
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • It is certainly possible to understand something of the
    • being. As he stands before us he has in the first place his physical
    • said that we should not understand our own inner life of soul and
    • latter processes are connected with the Ego. We can now understand
    • keystone for the understanding of this is our knowledge that it was
    • symbolising activity. Hence we can understand that although the
    • In order, therefore, to understand the essential nature
    • at work in humanity, we shall understand that however different the
    • understand how to study the spirit of so marvelously constructed a
    • can understand the mysteries of speech; the artistic sense alone can
    • alone can understand the artist; artists of speech alone can
    • understand the creative Spiritual element in the origin of speech.
    • itself. When we understand how speech has proceeded from an inner,
    • will always be bound up with a development of an inner understanding
  • Title: Lecture: Prayer
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    • the special life of the soul. For this, we must understand both
    • they passed beyond it, or to understand what an Angelus
    • be difficult for us to get a true understanding of it. If we
    • some preliminary understanding of prayer we might say that,
    • standpoint that is easy enough to establish. Who would
    • what we have become. If we look back from today's standpoint
    • ourselves and to judge ourselves from the standpoint of the
    • understand how it can unfold a basic attitude and feeling in
    • prayer. Let us avoid misunderstanding. We are not praising
    • which all those speak who can understand prayer in its true
    • the physical, when we stand in the gloom and black of night,
    • understanding the secrets. This can be understood when we
    • it an objection to say that we must understand a prayer if it
    • understands the wisdom of a flower? Yet, we can take pleasure
    • understanding its wisdom as it is in the case of the flower.
    • inner prayer and complete surrender to what it understands to
    • discussion might be. Thus, to understand that a community
    • understanding of it, we shall rise above many of the possible
    • we shall never understand the life of man in its entirety



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