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  • Title: Michelangelo
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    • birth until it appears in a new life: so that a real progress and
    • be convinced of the reality of man's repeated lives on earth by
    • repeated earth lives, the more we study reality as a whole. I hope to
    • to see a real significance in such an evolution of man, for each
    • to accept in it something which is quite unrealistic. The statue as
    • even if they are unrealistic.
    • just a matter of realism or idealism as we use those clichés:
    • artist who takes his figures away from the realm of the soul and sets
    • them within this earth existence of ours so that they live as real
    • realistic study of the human body has influenced it. Thus he could
    • Greeks and the age of Michelangelo there came one in which it really
    • of preparation. And so we shall be able to realize that it is not
    • realistically through the natural means which Michelangelo had
    • really belong to it. An artist of the quality of Michelangelo would
    • phase and puts himself quite realistically in the same space in which
    • upon us, we shall find that what really interests us is not the thing
    • done a good deal of painting, he did not feel himself really to be a
    • really do feel as if God the Father were surging through the still
    • What do they really signify?
    • we cannot really speak of the philosophy of any earlier times.
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • that the soul of the present must realise justifiably. It is by
    • realise that a similar relation exists between spiritual
    • and religious confessions. One will also realise that one
    • that spiritual science is meant as knowledge of a real
    • what is bound to the brain in the everyday life really
    • the own corporeality in this mental-spiritual experience. In
    • the real, not imagined Imagination what it means: the
    • mental-spiritual and to know that there is a real separation of
    • One has to add something else if real
    • notices if he really experiences such a retrospect into a
    • someone who penetrates into the spiritual worlds really the
    • use for them in the usual life. One realises that one had
    • imagination can invent; as a rule the real life is completely
    • knowledge is a real one.
    • if the spiritual researcher describes these matters, it is real
    • reality. That just shows what kind of logic it is. Since if one
    • sees a real lion: this is no real lion, because the real one is
    • realises the matter properly a result of the knowledge of
    • spirit. Then one can easily realise that the spiritual
    • has to inform of the real spiritual research differs at first
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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    • realised that the human soul comes by such a development to an
    • perceive a real spiritual world. The theosophical knowledge can
    • However, one realises at once that a certain requirement forms
    • requirement for someone who practises the specified way really.
    • What appears as a requirement becomes a real experience, an
    • other constitution of his soul, he enters into a real spiritual
    • real spiritual world appears in which the human soul is to be
    • tools of the usual consciousness and the complete corporeality
    • self-consciousness. This constitutes our real human experience
    • This development is really a leap over an
    • being is really put outside of that region in which he must
    • really acknowledge the necessity of a theosophical deepening of
    • We realise that the human development took
    • could really survey everything in the everyday life or in the
    • concentrated researcher who really lives in his scientific
    • have. Since it gives the soul that by which it really feels as
    • experiences himself in his ego really experiences himself in
    • the real world, we know it maybe as well as they do, maybe
    • better. We state only that reality is assessed by them, and
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and Denomination
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    • in the real sense to be the continuator of natural sciences as
    • his soul in a way. But if it concerns of getting really
    • real spiritual world. Since as this imagery appears one can
    • never say whether a picture corresponds to a spiritual reality
    • really into the spiritual world, must become one with the
    • Indeed, the human soul develops in the real
    • reality, in spite of all explanations that one has done in this
    • imagines also if he puts it on his face as a real piece of iron
    • naivety in our youth. One called it “naive realism”
    • and looking. If one wants to realise only cursorily what
    • real art what is only an imitation of nature what puts
    • real in the usual sense to the field of fantasy, to an imagery.
    • the world of fantasy looks like a real silhouette, indeed, but
    • spiritual researcher is saturated with new reality. The
    • physical world in his development. However, it is really in
    • impressions of the outside world to real processes of the outer
    • However, there we also realise that we must go into the human
    • realise —
    • of the human being as the outer physical reality is dependent
    • the real experience of the full human inwardness appears only,
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IV: On Death
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    • and animal realms. I intend to speak about death of the human
    • You can now realise one matter easily. If
    • thinking really and works in the experiment with it: operating
    • answering our question based on real cognition. However, there
    • intimate character. Really; so much we can also give away to
    • universe. We realise that nowhere in the universe forces
    • spiritual chemistry. Thereby it really attains a point of view
    • inner intimate exercises, so that really his spiritual-mental
    • and inner seizing of a spiritual reality by which it can get
    • the difference between achieving the real spiritual-scientific
    • spiritual-scientific researcher does not really lead to
    • behind the mirror of the usual consciousness in reality. Then
    • his real spiritual-mental being and experiences that in it from
    • of existence. What is it, however, if really the initiation
    • he really has his physical body beside himself, knows himself
    • body-free experience, you realise that you are not able to take
    • spiritual researchers really behind the everyday life into the
    • creative realm of the world. Hence, we also learn to understand
    • realise that you have it by what you have experienced from
    • experience a transformation, too. Then you realise how much the
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture V: The Meaning of Immortality of the Human Soul
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    • which we can really penetrate into the spiritual world. I have
    • really learnt to connect meaning with the words
    • We realise in the course of the today's
    • that we really live in a time in which the deeper human
    • material heights. One realises that the sense of human
    • Thus, one attains real forces that carry
    • as if “ideas” could be realities one day! However,
    • abstractions, are nothing real. For Lessing imagines that the
    • real life on earth proceeds because the realities of the human
    • epoch. There we stand on the ground of spiritual realities that
    • what presents itself to the spiritual researcher in the real
    • If the spiritual researcher has really
    • Thus, we realise that the spiritual-mental
    • birth and death; but one has to search the real basic origin of
    • However, one can do this while glancing at the real nature of
    • spiritual researcher realises when he lives in his
    • disappears; but he appreciates its beauty and real value all
    • If it is now really in such a way that the
    • tool, then the question arises: how does the real spiritual
    • Something becomes a mirror to him that is to be endured really
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • realise that even these thinkers stop philosophising and
    • real quest for knowledge leads to show the first steps of the
    • You realise what I have often emphasised
    • submerges, the stoic imagined, into a realm that is not his
    • realm at first that is, actually, a realm below his being.
    • into a realm that is below him would be as clever, as if one
    • wanted to accuse the wise world order that there are realms of
    • realm into which the human being can submerge and which is away
    • One realises that the concept of many
    • have brought real progress concerning the recognition of the
    • evil as such. We can realise this at once if we turn to an
    • comes to the peculiar statement that the real evil does not at
    • contemplated about the evil in the world. They tried to realise
    • does not regard the animal realm in which the evil faces us in
    • realm; everything faces us that, taken into the human life, can
    • in the animal realm that one cannot apply there?
    • evil offends real freedom; it must be caused just by the
    • realises evil. There Lotze asks, what, however, can one think
    • that the evil is there as the good; we can only not realise
    • physical nature that it can really carry out that spiritual
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VII: The Moral Basis of Human Life
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    • of the human being. We shall realise that the ethical
    • lowest realm of nature, to the mineral realm. Let us assume
    • beings of the plant realm, maybe less of the beings of the
    • animal realm. However, the same law also applies in the animal
    • realm, even if somewhat modified, because in nature everything
    • Let us assume once that one could really
    • Thus, one realises that it is probably felt
    • with that what one can still accept as “real”: the
    • matters has just to look for the real contents of that what is
    • human being really a moral being, it is easy to pick up certain
    • If the human being wants to get beyond the realm of sensory
    • a real spiritual existence of beings or processes.
    • they appear in the further karma. I do not really want to say
    • ascending to the spiritual world. There one realises where from
    • we really carry that voice as a force in us into the
    • many thinkers cannot discover really about which they think
    • world only if you really develop those cognitive forces about
    • the spiritual realms, and that the human being if he becomes
    • normal world order out correctly, you realise that on one side
    • side, however, also that one creates realities with the moral
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VIII: Voltaire
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    • intellectual work realises that by the ideas of this writing
    • other. If we look back at ancient epochs, we realise that the
    • development. Thereby one can really speak taking up the idea of
    • mythologies of the nations, even in the real fairy tales until
    • philosophically. Then one can realise that a pictorial
    • even today, one does not realise these matters with full
    • spiritual realm. What we experience as the inner recognition of
    • work on the soul. We realise that the power of the view of
    • impossible to realise how this struggle of the human soul
    • However, we also realise that he cannot behold a humanly
    • realistic forms, so that one cannot consider her as mere
    • quite really! How does he speak of Fanaticism from which/whom
    • Voltaire's poem that way. We realise that God sent down Louis
    • in the history of France. We realise also that he links the
    • real continuation of that to which the scientific worldview
    • a real continuation of the Goethean worldview. We speak of the
    • being to the spiritual worlds, we realise with Voltaire that he
    • world that does not have the real connection of the human soul
    • whole life of Goethe, we realise how he tries to find the human
    • fetched back again are not the real ones. The historical
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IX: Between Death and Rebirth of the Human Being
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    • stated in the fields of existence and reality with the soul
    • live really with truth, with knowledge. You feel knowledge like
    • world, but that the soul really leaves the body, so that this
    • most images of an outer reality between birth and death. When
    • become outer reality in a peculiar way. This is the first
    • reality.
    • lasts, one realises that the first years of childhood are
    • concluded by it in the reality; you have lost the force of
    • necessary to realise this; since if already in the life on
    • spiritual life between death and rebirth this way, one realises
    • realises in future, what I have said today as a necessary
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture X: Homunculus
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    • not want to realise how spiritual science can basically
    • spiritualism or realism
    • must realise that this everlasting must remain concealed in the
    • even arise in a head: what originates really if one invents the
    • really with your soul beyond your senses, beyond the brain,
    • natural substances, natural laws and abilities. One realises
    • that this picture is something very real; but for the human
    • being it is not real in the sensory world, but it is a part of
    • However, the spiritual researcher realises that the human soul
    • a picture that is not real in this physical human being who
    • It is a real being what the human being
    • most real before us with his picture of the human being; he
    • everlasting of Helen in the realm of the mothers. He brings up
    • spiritual really has to purify the forces. He approaches Helen
    • emerges which leads him into the realm where Helen has
    • no symbolic poet; he was a realistic poet, even if spiritually
    • more realistic. The question originated in him: Faust must be
    • being. She has to descend to the realm of the human beings, she
    • a human being: how can one do this in the spiritual-realistic
    • really. —
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture XI: Spiritual Science as a Treasure for Life
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    • spiritual science hopes to be able to be a real new element of
    • and that the human being thereby gets a real treasure for life.
    • Then we have realised that all outer sense
    • the fact that the real clairvoyant knowledge is based on the
    • realise that the spiritual-scientific research can deliver
    • science. Indeed, spiritual science will also give real concrete
    • only somewhat radically; but he who pursues the things realises
    • and more which enlivens him and makes him a really free being,
    • One will realise by a simple consideration
    • certain that active love that can really help is kindled by
    • now not only in theory, but lively, and we realise that
    • first row with the realisation of the materialistic worldviews,
    • digest which cannot develop the forces for what the soul really
    • starve. One can expel hunger, without eating really. It is
    • spiritual science. However, if one really looks into the
    • realise that everywhere where spiritual science does not
    • spiritual science. One must really say that something is
    • lively life, realises more and more, that this spiritual
    • spiritual science as if the real of a fertile future culture
    • in future crowds together in a sensation of something real. He
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  • Title: Evil and Spiritual Science
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    • knowledge in a certain way. That leads to real striving for
    • really a kingdom below their true humanity. And to want to
    • real progress in later centuries. At the same time this can
    • expression: that evil and real wickedness hardly exist, but
    • wickedness contravenes real freedom; so it must be from
    • from its bodily nature, that it really can perform a spiritual
    • bodily-corporeal one, so that it can rise up to the spiritual
    • one really follows this path, in order to become a participant
    • physical world, in order to realize evil there, as others,
    • beings who perhaps higher than mankind are able to realize
    • spirit world of our ancestors was real, that once there was a
    • really drew the conclusion, which Schopenhauer and the others
    • live, which can really pierce down into its depths, to that



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