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  • Title: Michelangelo
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    • look beneath the surface we shall see the immense difference there is
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • that he is beyond his central nervous system and that he faces
    • in a preface only the nature of the spiritual life and the
    • place. Trade unions of employees face the employers, and the
    • times when the single worker faced his employer in a
    • explanations in the following talks. In this preface, I wanted
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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    • face the human being not only in the usual consciousness, but
    • development in such a way, a certain border faces the soul in
    • reflected by the shining surface. In the bare glass, we cannot
    • region of the creative nature to face and to find himself in
    • itself today. Since so many things face the beholder of the
    • to the outer observation. If one faces the picture of such a
    • when he wrote the preface of his
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and Denomination
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    • always one faces the impossibility to squeeze out anything from
    • imagines also if he puts it on his face as a real piece of iron
    • justifies itself. If the human being faces the outside world
    • of the human being to the religious confessions. If we face the
    • outside world, we face it with our physical body. We as human
    • If one faces the world with true science, one learns to
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IV: On Death
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    • there that attracts attention above all which faces us also
    • yourself that you face like a flame emerging from the picture
    • we get to know the thoughts, which face us by day from the one
    • memory what he himself has wanted faces the bad without fail
    • that the mysteries do not become inferior if one faces them as
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture V: The Meaning of Immortality of the Human Soul
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    • the difference that we face the mirror quite passively but
    • it means to face what you have experienced. For that is now the
    • reflecting surface to which everything is in contrast that the
    • first in this form that our own experience faces us as a memory
    • farther you advance in it, and that you face everything as
    • witnesses human happiness and grief if he faces happiness and
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • would like to emphasise at least that a consciousness faces us
    • human soul must submerge with its Ri in the Ki, the will faces
    • the will and desire during life, and, with it, it faces the
    • does not regard the animal realm in which the evil faces us in
    • the broadest sense. Cruelty faces us everywhere in the animal
    • realm; everything faces us that, taken into the human life, can
    • Do we not face the popular prejudice of our
    • in the spiritual and faces his physical nature with his
    • faces us if we try to go this way of spiritual research? Which
    • matter faces us. What has you to develop if you want to find
    • concealed we realise at first that this spiritual world faces
    • spiritual world-, you must face everything selfish so
    • present. There we face representatives of pessimism among the
    • it is necessary that this world of the evil faces us in its
    • our time because it shows us how the soul must live that faces
    • knowledge must stop where it faces the biggest riddles. The
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VII: The Moral Basis of Human Life
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    • if you face it only as water that in it the hydrogen is
    • Kepler, and Galilei asserted themselves. They faced the same
    • spiritual worlds faces today. Whereas the opponents were people
    • One faces this world in three levels. I
    • surface of spiritual processes and beings in pictures only,
    • a way that you do not face the spiritual existence in the way
    • that we face a person and the particular configuration of our
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VIII: Voltaire
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    • the body that he faced in such a way as he faced other
    • Two matters must face him in this age. One
    • spirits who face us there. We want to link, for example, to
    • in it and what the reason can combine as a world view. He faces
    • Voltaire faces us that shows us how in him completely a
    • What we face there becomes maybe most vivid
    • of Enlightenment. Kant faces like Locke and later Hume the
    • Kant betrayed his position in the preface:
    • While he faced Catholicism that way, he
    • that they do no longer face. Voltaire was too great to be able
    • predisposition. Hence, the strange, the miracle which faces us
    • feel which face the pulse of time in such a way that they do
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IX: Between Death and Rebirth of the Human Being
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    • discussed in these talks has to face that knowledge with holy
    • faces these experiences of life transformed in thoughts. One
    • none. We face pictures if we awake from the loneliness which
    • to it. We face our experiences on earth as an outside world for
    • a while and we face them judging. While we have experienced
    • them, we were within them; now we face them.
    • face us who were ideal figures for us in the last life, even if
    • we had no contact with them personally. We face our personal
    • As a spiritual researcher, one faces any
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture X: Homunculus
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    • beyond the body, yes, you face everything that is bound to the
    • body as an outer object. Now you face what you consider,
    • otherwise, as belonging to your ego, your body, as you face the
    • table. You face your destiny too, as far as it takes place in
    • attitude by Mephistopheles face each other. Mephistopheles
    • it. He is immature to face it. I do not want to mention
    • so purified as in such striving someone who wants to face the
    • able to face Helen as a human being, as she lived as a human
    • has to embody herself, and Faust must be able to face Helen as
    • reincarnate where she shall appear and face Faust. However,
    • she should face Faust, so that her everlasting unites with the
    • If they made faces, these were:
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture XI: Spiritual Science as a Treasure for Life
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    • applies them immediately. If we face life, we are forced to
    • or that sense. On the other hand, we face life in such a way
    • world. If we faced the things and beings passively in the
    • is no spiritual researcher, but only faces the communications
    • This science faces the representative of
  • Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
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    • striving towards knowledge, precisely when faced with this
    • surfaced before the soul vision of the Stoics. — It would
    • Always, when the question surfaces: how does the human self
    • Something had already surfaced within Stoics, which even today
    • truly does not go beneath the surface, and which indeed even

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