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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • mental pictures, concepts, thought-content, into the centre of the
    • from which the human being descends when through birth or conception,
    • organs; how in a world of soul-and-spirit before birth or conception,
    • gaze into the world he left at birth or conception and will enter
  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • definite concepts which can easily be surveyed are again and again
    • that we completely surrender to such concepts, our thinking power
    • shall be particularly successful in concentrating upon concepts which
    • Such concepts can be obtained from an experienced
    • to develop concepts which do not live in our memory. They are set in
    • ourselves upon such a concept, or complex of concepts.
    • Why must such a concept or complex of concepts be something quite
    • conception, an idea or a thought, we cannot pass over at will to
    • This conception leads to a standpoint that makes it appear childish
    • of the conception of life, of what I call the etheric body, or body
    • You are all acquainted with the physical concept of latent heat
    • This conception — of course, duly modified and extended —
    • appear in the child revealing a more sharply outlined concept of
    • it is no longer entirely in keeping with Goethe’s conception;
    • merely a concept. But when such a reality is suppressed, when we
    • conception of the forces working in us from birth onwards, a
    • conception of super-sensible forces working upon the physical body, we
    • us a conception of the external physical world, so the steps
    • our anthroposophical world-conception had in mind when they wished to
    • spiritual world-conception, such as that contained in the
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • conception, as described the day before yesterday, a world in
    • for the higher spiritual world, in which concepts must penetrate
    • up to an artistic conception, we perceive the activity of the
    • soul-spiritual in man, and we must rise up to such a conception
    • concepts, as described today; we must rise up to the moral world
    • the natural-scientific concept, that there should still exist
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • firm standpoint in life, we must first obtain a conception of our
    • and as an introduction let me mention a few striking conceptions
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • obtain a conception of our own nature. And it must be said that
    • a few striking conceptions of modern investigators, examples
    • bringing meditation concepts into our consciousness, and thus
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • or conception.
    • conception with the physical substance given to us by our
    • descends into a physical embodiment through conception and
    • with conceptions flowing in the stream of time, so one
    • conception of how after death man experiences in this reversed
    • conception is just reversed: We are now centred in a world
    • conception, and unites with the physical body.
    • true conception of the way in which man develops here on earth
    • soul-spiritual world becomes united through conception and up
    • conception. The universe and man belong together not only
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • descending into our physical being through birth or conception,
    • physiology, and we then also form concepts as to how man's
    • which concepts must penetrate by the methods described, but for
    • contradicts this conception. Although modern scientists set up
    • when we rise up to an artistic conception, we also perceive the
    • such a conception if we wish to understand the human being. We
    • were theoretical concepts, as I described to-day; we must rise
  • Title: Renewal of Culture
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    • man's soul-spiritual conception was not so strictly separated from his
    • physical or sensory conception, as was the case later on and during the
    • spiritual conception of the world as, for instance, the ancient Egyptian, or
    • the universe and admiringly looks upon his mathematical conception of the
    • civilisation, now sends out its answers to the concept of
    • reality. Once upon a time there was this other one-sided conception of
    • opposite conception, which is also one-sided. From the standpoint of modern
    • conception of the world in the great age of
    • the conception which was then born, demands to be sure that it should
    • the external nature of man. Our conception and feeling in regard to human
    • with the spirit, while its conception of Nature has become great. This in
    • conception, a culture, able to discover the human being in man.
    • which we write them now. Yet the Greek conception of life in no way resembles

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