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  • Title: Michelangelo
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    • so that the artist did not need to look at outer nature or external
    • created works of art which deny the outer world and produce their
    • senses by close observation of outer nature and her structure.
    • artist who poured his soul forth into the outer world that he might
    • means; he made himself sensitive to what was inward in outer nature.
    • outer nature.
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • transforming the outer material world civilisation and
    • only about the outer laws of the sensory world but also about
    • that embraces everything that the outer sensory world offers
    • and that the reason forms in this outer sensory perception. In
    • sentence, which has no outer truth at first, but it does not
    • consciousness that quietens all outer impressions arbitrarily,
    • that what takes place in the area of the outer material life if
    • an outer object. I have described this increase of such
    • finds the way into nature if he looks at it with the outer eyes
    • grown up in the outer material world what you have developed as
    • dreams, memories of the outer world express themselves. Hence,
    • qualities of the pictures of the beings of the outer
    • also finds in the outer world, even if not arranged that way.
    • experienced. He says that the outer material life has changed
    • approaches the human soul as demands in the outer life and from
    • the outer life what appears as outer goals demands inner goals
    • spiritual science; natural sciences have changed the outer
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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    • world. Then before his spiritual view, the outer nature is
    • experienced as for the outer senses the outer nature is
    • rather contrary to many souls. In our age where the outer
    • propensity has developed for the outer experience that forces
    • human soul in the outer use but in himself; and that one must
    • outer life directly, but that the human soul develops due an
    • of the outer world of space and time, and never even with the
    • inclinations and emotions. The outer psychology will prove
    • the outer nature. One can
    • turns the outwardly directed thinking to the outer experiment,
    • to the outer observation. If one faces the picture of such a
    • develops fear subconsciously and needs the outer sensory matter
    • is in the outer material to which I can stick! This mood lives
    • demands to be taken up in the outer observation and in the
    • outer nature in many a respect. I indicate something with it
    • says: theosophy leads only to inner or outer nonsense; nothing
    • not the outer language, but the language of
    • the thoughts-, as the outer science uses it. Indeed, one can
    • they accept for the outer life and science if they hold forth
    • finds the impulses of life in the outer and moral fields.
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and Denomination
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    • the outer science and to soar a particular kind of knowledge.
    • the spiritual world reveals itself. As you look at the outer
    • colours as expression of the outer sensory processes and
    • with his senses, if he lets the stream of the outer events
    • pieces of art wants to separate himself from the outer
    • creating in the modern naturalism that gets free from the outer
    • at the outer bodily into the artistic field. Hence, Goethe and
    • feel that the artist separates himself from the outer nature
    • himself from the outer view of nature in the aesthetic view,
    • does not consist in the fact that one imitates the outer nature
    • conceivable that the human being refrains of the outer
    • completely isolated, completely emptied inner life. The outer
    • no outer senses, also not by such a processing of the sensory
    • world, as it is a given to him that the percipience of outer
    • impressions of the outside world to real processes of the outer
    • the outer life, in the religious feeling. In the
    • first for the outer human organisation. Nevertheless, the human
    • outer bodily —
    • of the human being as the outer physical reality is dependent
    • on his outer nature. Indeed, we know that our worldview changes
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IV: On Death
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    • outer and inner obstacles against a consideration of death in
    • question, actually, with the means of outer research. Since
    • beyond the outer experience. The outer experience approaches us
    • everything that can result from reason belongs to the outer
    • outer experience? Just if one thinks scientifically, one must
    • However, with no outer tool one can experience death that just
    • takes away the outer tools from us.
    • bodily as an object like an outer object beside himself, then
    • room where I am and as if it smashes the vessel of the outer
    • not only feel something sneaking that destroys the outer
    • exist in the outer world to detach the physical body from me in
    • spiritual-mental like an outer vessel and tool. From this
    • knowledge and that outer knowledge. You obtain outer science,
    • outer knowledge learning this or that, you get yourself into
    • not elaboration as in the outer
    • If we took the human body as the outer
    • science investigates it with its outer tools, one would already
    • get clear by outer logical reasons about the fact that this
    • which follow the experience of the outer senses; they die away,
    • which he is attached in the outer life, that he considers as
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture V: The Meaning of Immortality of the Human Soul
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    • no longer turn his spiritual-mental sight to the outer physical
    • like an outer vision, like a Fata Morgana before yourself. You
    • basis of experience instead of the outer physical impressions.
    • seize the outer physical body and take it away if death enters.
    • not by outer measuring. What you experience there in the
    • cannot “prove” with the outer usual logic that such
    • already possessed in a way. The outer physical body offered
    • after death what is covered by the outer observation in the
    • outer science, and, hence, the immortality of the human soul is
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • of existence which are not accessible to the outer science, but
    • evil is also to be found in the outer world.
    • being from the bodily as the outer chemistry detaches the
    • that is very unselfish in the outer existence, in the actions
    • immediately to the things of the outer life what is essential
    • outer life. The outer physical life and its moral must place
    • connected in the outer world. You must want to become an
    • knowledge of the evil in the outer world. We must just get
    • world that wants to see the world existence only in the outer
    • our outer science, our time has to say from its materialistic
    • that points to the future as the outer world points to the
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VII: The Moral Basis of Human Life
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    • world. Then it represents its being in the outer
    • him. Then he would not represent his being in the outer space
    • one can obtain with the outer senses and the reason that is
    • directed to this outer sensory world. It would take too much
    • any such worldview that is directed only to the outer sensory
    • contained which the chemist separates by the outer chemistry.
    • spiritual-mental in the outer human body. However, the
    • like the outer chemistry, but in the following that I would
    • you recognise yourself beyond the body, as usually the outer
    • the outer natural sciences was done.
    • your brain as an outer tool. This experience is stupefying if
    • from Imagination that with the latter you have the outer
    • perception radically from the outer perception: the fact that
    • are otherwise used to call outer world. You live in it as far
    • existence, which difference is there between the outer
    • it becomes a concrete fact that the complete outer world is a
    • reflecting apparatus by which the outer processes are
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VIII: Voltaire
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    • outer research has already brought many things of them to
    • to be carried by spiritual-divine powers whose outer expression
    • the outer nature is. As true as the human being when he still
    • that, what the soul has taken up only from the outer nature by
    • before from the outer nature the sensory impressions come which
    • a picture of the outer nature
    • generally have knowledge only from the outer nature and how the
    • can arise from another side than that to which the outer
    • limited the knowledge to the outer world.
    • to what takes place in the outer world. However, we recognise
    • one investigates it with the outer senses and deduces with the
    • the outer life with a spiritual world where he wants to show
    • inner contents less and less from the outer view of nature.
    • looks at everything that France could produce as outer culture
    • outer experience because the outer experience dedicated itself
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IX: Between Death and Rebirth of the Human Being
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    • body is outside like an outer object, and experiences itself in
    • most images of an outer reality between birth and death. When
    • become outer reality in a peculiar way. This is the first
    • outer soul world. The thoughts walk, one could say, a certain
    • that they form an outer spiritual world of thoughts except us.
    • Like an outer life about which one knows that it is there one
    • the outer world of the spiritual beings and processes, to live
    • which the processes and beings of the outer spiritual world
    • if you have used it for a while. As you feel the outer sun
    • expanding in a mental outer world and the condition of inner
    • alone in yourself, excluding all outer processes and beings;
    • forces appear to the human being who lights up the outer
    • attached naturally to everything that the outer life in the
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture X: Homunculus
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    • according to the outer physical processes. However, it does not
    • body as an outer object. Now you face what you consider,
    • the outer world. You have become a new human being to whom that
    • between the outer and the everlasting human being walks through
    • the human being in the outer-sensory world, in the natural
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture XI: Spiritual Science as a Treasure for Life
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    • directly to the outer world the spiritual researchers uses it
    • withdraw it from the outer world to further yourself; now you
    • Then we have realised that all outer sense
    • his whole active soul. We abandon ourselves to an outer colour
    • or an outer tone passively; they have an effect on us. We have
    • way, as the concepts of truth of the outer life or the outer
    • the outer facts or the outer science. However, spiritual
    • apron strings of the outer facts and that also does not submit
    • stronger forces to orientate themselves in the outer life, the
    • subjectively. Today you have only to listen to the outer
    • approaches spiritual science as one approaches the outer
    • some outer means something may be
    • in a fanatical opposition against the outer scientific medicine
    • everything that is good for him into outer, dry knowledge.
    • while he is active and transforms the outer
    • desires and outer impressions.
    • circumstances? He acts based on outer impressions or impulses.
    • with the outer organism. It fulfils the human being with that
    • possibility is omitted for the human being to act from outer
    • Which force comes up to action if the outer
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  • Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
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    • of evil in the outer world.
    • mankind from the bodily, just as in outer chemistry, hydrogen
    • outer existence, in the acts and thoughts of the physical world
    • perfecting: that must be used on the things of outer life.
    • living beings. But evil is using directly in outer life, that
    • which is fitting for spiritual development. These two, outer
    • which one is bound in the outer world. One must also consider
    • not come to any knowledge of outer evil, of that which we
    • encounter as badness and imperfect in the outer world, such as
    • world of animals is basically an outer formation of an
    • world description, which only wants to see the outermost
    • Philipp Mainländer looked around him, at what outer
    • out in our souls, that refers to the future just as the outer
    • in full harmony, made a remark about the outer sense world,



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