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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • has developed in the sphere of natural science, comes up against
    • has, of course, its stores of memories which it calls up again and
    • again because this is necessary for a healthy life of soul. But deep
    • the one side against a philosophy which tries merely by intellectual
    • sense to a kind of “Beyond,” and, on the other, against a
    • against insurmountable barriers: on the one side the material world
    • interiorly — a boundary which again the ordinary consciousness
    • science will inevitably come up against these boundaries and are
    • exercises but they must be repeated over and over again. One person
    • in a few months; others again will need years. The principle,
    • In striving for Imaginative Knowledge we again become aware of this
    • again, in a different connection.
    • his consciousness, it is possible for him to do so again, at will, no
    • Again we must be capable of re-asserting normal consciousness, to
    • ever and again the return to ordinary consciousness which enables a
    • consciousness, to gain access to the higher worlds and their
    • existence as men of Earth can be inspired again and again,
    • Again as the result of deliberate and systematic steps taken along
    • again after death, he experiences something which in its reflection
    • against this pain, be ready to bear it valiantly and resolutely.
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  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • against the efforts of natural science, as so many people believe; on
    • also transcend those which we gain through ordinary education,
    • definite concepts which can easily be surveyed are again and again
    • What particular result can the human soul gain through mathematics?
    • This in itself sets up a strong barrier against anything which seeks
    • thinking which must be gained by systematic practice in order to
    • higher worlds and which is gained with the aid of the exercises I
    • to see again a flower which we have already seen, we must return to
    • experience again.
    • spiritual-scientific investigation. Here again, allow me to mention
    • soul and body with the aid of imaginative thought. We gain insight
    • thinking, we must proceed further with the strength thus gained. Even
    • gaining higher knowledge, cannot be blotted out as easily as ordinary
    • Through the imaginative consciousness which enables us to gain a
    • gain knowledge of that part of our being which existed before our
    • knowledge, for the experiences which we gain call for something
    • us a support in our ordinary life. This again can only be reached
    • impression gained, when we are supported — I might say —
    • worlds must be conquered again. It is shortsighted to believe that
    • this spiritual foundation. Humanity must again permeate itself with
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  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • which we shall live again when we pass through the portal of
    • When we try to gain knowledge, we are then no longer able to
    • again in the soul-spiritual world, after having passed through
    • popularization of a scientific consciousness. They strive to gain
    • to look upon the moment of death by gaining insight on a small
    • development of the world we can see something which is again of
    • head, as it were, against falling a prey only to the force of
    • knowledge, must also be gained in regard to the imperishable
    • courageously recognize that certainty should be gained also in
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • existence which transcend the knowledge gained through sensory
    • appeal to us most of all. For in order to gain a foundation and a
    • gain a knowledge of the universe, for they knew that the
    • only tell him to be calm; that he would be quite well again in a
    • against the scientific interpretations given in the two
    • supplies the critical objection which must be raised even against
    • two examples and the objections against them, in order to awaken
    • enable one to gain a knowledge of the super-sensible worlds, in
    • in order to gain the true conscientiousness required in a
    • for nor against Anthroposophy, but then he makes a remark which
    • to gain insight into the normal act of falling asleep, with the
    • self-training of the will, in order to gain knowledge of the
    • emancipated soul and then dive down again into the body, so that
    • have we gained? Through the processes of waking up and of falling
    • which can only be gained through the physical body, but through
  • Title: Question/Economic Life: Lecture: The Central Question of Economic Life
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    • myself have during a number of decades gained from various
    • life. From this I have gained the view that our social question
    • introducing the proletariat again to the work in a way relating
    • economic life again results from a theoretical way of looking
    • Bismarck in 1884 again stated these demands. There the question
    • Over against the life of production stands the life of
    • interests of consumption, which again are based totally on the
    • given again and again, and in the discussions following them,
    • again for centuries, the whole full meaning of that emerges
    • achieved without capital and that polemics against capitalism
    • various ways. The individual can never gain a valid judgement,
    • primary school, programs against which nothing could be said:
    • the same product again.
    • human foundations, that one recognizes again in what way the
    • look again at the analogy with the human organism we can say:
    • is sick. Out of a combination of symptoms we can gain knowledge
    • against the independent, relatively autonomous associations,
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • gained through sensory perception and which lie beyond the
    • gain a foundation and a firm standpoint in life, we must first
    • at all times people have sought to gain a knowledge of the
    • well again in a couple of days and that there was nothing to be
    • raised against the scientific interpretations given in
    • be raised even against the conscientiousness of an Oliver
    • mention these two examples and the objections against them, in
    • which enable one to gain a knowledge of the super-sensible
    • knowledge, and in order to gain the true conscientiousness
    • the same time declaring that he is neither for nor against
    • person who seeks to gain insight into the normal act of falling
    • gain knowledge of the super-sensible worlds. Such a training
    • this emancipated soul and then dive down again into the body,
    • What knowledge have we now gained? Through the processes of
    • transmitting a knowledge which can only be gained through the
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • it must again raise the critical question: Do these phenomena
    • the physical world, but because we now gain an image of the
    • a fact which must be indicated over and over again, whenever
    • represents by gaining a knowledge of the laws of perspective.
    • earth, for this knowledge is gained through cognition, it is a
    • night when we fall asleep, and it also passes again as a being
    • manner I described yesterday and again to-day.
    • can say that it is impossible to gain any direct experience of
    • our pre-existent life, we must first gain this capacity through
    • must first gain this experience through super-sensible
    • exercises of thinking backwards. And now we gain a
    • unconsciously bring with us when we are born again,
    • can only be gained by striving earnestly with the problem of
    • this newly acquired intuition, gained through imagination and
    • incorporate again, to send down the prototype into a physical
    • after tomorrow) can only be gained if we can grasp the fact
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • shall live again when we pass through the portal of death, for
    • external world. When we try to gain knowledge, we are then no
    • again in the soul-spiritual world, after having passed through
    • consciousness. They strive to gain some knowledge of the
    • which is again of the same importance to those who are
    • the rest of man protects the head, as it were, against being
    • the certainty of knowledge, must also be gained in regard to
    • courageously recognise that certainty must be gained also in
  • Title: Renewal of Culture
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    • Again, when the human being of
    • going back to a comprehension of the spiritual we must again learn to speak
    • only be gained by forfeiting something of man's whole being. Man looked
    • more gained ground to perceive this world-mechanism everywhere. And what has
    • Greeks again; I am merely telling you this as an elucidation of the fact that
    • organism that the human element may everywhere be found again in the free
    • again.
    • that feeling of genuine religious devotion gained by looking upon Christ
    • Anthroposophy thus really seeks to render religious life fruitful again and
    • seek to gain a real feeling of the true being of man, a full experience of



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