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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 1: Spiritual Science and Language
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    • possible a true picture of the outer world. Those things which do not exactly
    • correspond to outward things are not called “true”. The spiritual
    • language capability in the true sense of the word, we have to ask: does it
    • is why what we produce in sound is a true imitation of the essence of an
    • It is therefore true to say that language originated equally by internal
    • artistic feeling for language is necessary to express anything? If true
    • it will be found that the true spiritual scientists who have written
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 2: Laughing and Weeping
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    • and from our standpoint are right not to do so. It would be true to say,
    • weep. True laughing or weeping begins only around the 36th or 40th day. The
    • true view of life, we must not attach primary importance to such crude facts
    • the breathing process is shown as an expression of true ego-hood and brought
    • religious records with the humility that such a deep and true understanding
    • laughter and tears how true to human nature is this symbolically recorded
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
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    • find that it sought to reach a true knowledge of the deepest foundations of
    • drawn from that world? The true mystical experience depends on the fact that
    • ourselves to the inner light, they show themselves to us in their true being,
    • that we grasp, but the thing itself in its true being.
    • kind of underlying unity. In brief, they found the true antithesis —
    • their reports are untrue. If one person sees a tree from the right and
    • the true sense of the word. How is the first stage attained and what is
    • a true symbol for him; if he does not merely claim to have placed the Rose
    • justified, and what Angelus Silesius says is true:
    • It is true that by developing his soul man attains not only to
    • highest and truest sense can make real for us what can be found in the
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 4: The Nature of Prayer
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    • first step towards true spiritual investigation. If we are able to immerse
    • the activity of soul which can be called, in the true sense, prayer. Just as
    • preparatory stage in true prayer.
    • by this or that spiritual movement, and to gain a true understanding of it
    • who understand prayer in its true nature. And the inward light comes to those
    • wonderful feeling of intimacy which true prayer can bestow. Preoccupation
    • and so to illumination and true knowledge. Anyone who looks at prayer in this
    • of a true prayer. It has to be drawn from the wisdom of the world, and so it
    • understand a prayer if it is to have its true effect is simply not true. Who
    • that a true prayer has something to give to all of us, whatever stage of
    • worse are statements which are true under certain circumstances, but
    • thoroughly false if they are misapplied. In a certain sense it is true to say
    • that we have to seek for God within ourselves, but just because this is true,
    • be sought within the soul — through true prayer, through mystical
    • in accordance with its true nature, is one of the things that lead mankind
    • intimation of this feeling, if through prayer he attains to true inner rest
    • bring to every true prayer, even if unconsciously, something like a divine
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
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    • are also true of the waking human being, because all the experiences of the
    • with the human spirit it is a true “development”. The experiences
    • was required to generate earth-worms and insects. This was thought to be true
    • present stage he is not yet able to match outer life. This is true not only
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 6: Positive and Negative Man
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    • negative person, and thus we might say: In the sense of a true and
    • is uncertain; he no longer knows what is true or false and has become a
    • in the true sense of spiritual science, we do not picture the life of an
    • further even in ordinary life, if we are to be human beings in the true sense
    • effort to realise in himself the true quality of human nature. This will be
    • and elucidate the outer world in its true form. Thus we can infuse our inner
    • connected with endeavours to lead a true spiritual life. But this means that
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 7: Error and Mental Disorder
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    • how spiritual science is in harmony with true and genuine science, with
    • is correct. This may sound paradoxical, but nevertheless it is true, that
    • has its reverse aspect and that any truth which we discover is true only in
    • achieved if we know that a truth exists; the important thing is that in true
    • follow the invisible higher true inner human being who leaves the outer human
    • transform disbelief into belief, into true strong spirituality. The belief in
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 8: Human Conscience
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    • discussion, and it is indeed true that the experiences denoted by the word
    • merely by the action of natural forces. One assumption is as true as the
    • So we see how true
    • spiritual science alone can show this in its true light — that in
    • true conception of conscience. The force now active in conscience was active
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
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    • the realm of artistic creation have always felt that true art should flow
    • true natural laws. Everything arbitrary or merely fanciful falls away; there
    • cognition, and we realise how deeply Goethe felt this to be true when he
    • looked into the spiritual world from which his true inner being had emerged
    • but without being untrue to himself. Hence he could not say, “Sing for
    • and so on. Goethe, it is true, also wrote
    • that their art is raised to a universal human level, and that in a true sense
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
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    • work with regard to the air. Our true human form is the result of the
    • correspond to outer objects is said to be ‘untrue.’ The
    • When we study the faculty of speech in the true sense we
    • sphere of Spiritual Science and you will find that a true Spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Prayer
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    • thus the beginning of true higher spiritual research that
    • true spiritual investigation. If we have the ability to sink
    • spiritual science, and the soul activity that may in the true
    • preparation in true prayer.
    • be difficult for us to get a true understanding of it. If we
    • Heraclitus are only too true: “You can never fathom the
    • only for the secrets of the soul, it is true that these
    • which all those speak who can understand prayer in its true
    • intimacy that comes over us in true prayer. Experience and
    • the real world all our soul's truest longing and highest
    • submission out again into the world to illumination and true
    • is to have its true effect. That simply is not the case. Who
    • development may be. A true prayer can give everyone
    • concentration. This is also true of other prayers.
    • truth. To this, which may be true enough if it is kept within
    • proper limits, a medieval thinker gave a true answer. Let us
    • things that are true from one aspect but when applied on
    • false assumptions produce grave falsehoods. It is true that
    • in a sense we seek God in ourselves. Because it is true, it
    • prays has an idea of this, when in prayer he comes to true
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