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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • After many long years of work in this domain of knowledge, I know
    • I can do is to indicate the lines and directions along which proof
    • path of knowledge along which the higher, super-sensible worlds are
    • and disciplined thought with which natural science has for so long
    • upon a long past childhood by the material world of sense.
    • These are the two pitfalls lying ahead of us when, in our longing to
    • longer need to come to a halt within the material world of sense, for
    • intensified. But before long it will be noticed that something very
    • made along the path to the super-sensible worlds. This is achieved
    • exercises have been practised for a long time, the point is reached
    • that the material world of sense is no longer around us ... it is no
    • a new world discovered. The world of sense is no longer immediately
    • Again as the result of deliberate and systematic steps taken along
    • the course of life. What has long since become the past, has long ago
    • Those who grasp the full import of these thoughts will no longer
    • actually a deep and intense longing, it is none other than experience
    • which, in face of the modern longing for science, can lead into these
    • clear. We no longer merely yearn for higher worlds — although
  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • space of time which must not be too long, we try to concentrate
    • systematic way. (One person will need longer time for the attainment
    • is not meant personally, but, as you will readily admit, it belongs
    • experienced only as long as our sense-organ is exposed to it. In the
    • being no longer requires certain forces for the development of his
    • experiment for a long time, yet they will only come to quite abstract
    • sufficiently long time, corresponding to our individual development
    • it is no longer entirely in keeping with Goethe’s conception;
    • longer lives in the medium of time, for in this process of reversion
    • we proceed in the right way along the path of spiritual
    • no longer have the support which the external world provides, as it
    • This a special form of self-discipline. We are then no longer
    • all his forces harmoniously and intensively along the path leading to
    • along these paths do not stand outside the ordinary
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • death, for then we shall recognize it as a world which belongs to
    • When we try to gain knowledge, we are then no longer able to
    • belonged together here in the physical world find each other
    • some knowledge of the super-sensible worlds, but no longer in the
    • natural-scientific discipline, along the animal line of descent,
    • head is carried by the remaining body, it really travels along
    • it has a real meaning to say: Man belongs to the development of
    • … the head remained stunted, because a longer time of
    • has behind him a LONGER TIME OF DEVELOPMENT than the animals
    • and finally we come to the religious world. These worlds belong
    • being belongs, and on the other hand we find that man can only be
    • Now we no longer
    • longer exists; it will pass over into a new world development,
    • upon a future in which this earth will no longer exist, and the
    • stars above will no longer exist. But spiritual science gives us
    • to look upon Anthroposophy no longer as something fantastic and
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • had long ago felt the inclination to build a bridge leading from
    • cases described to you just now, show that the longing, the great
    • talk for a long time, were I to mention some of these theories
    • exercises have been made for a sufficiently long time, when we
    • constitutes the ordinary life of memory. We then no longer
    • in which we live in anthroposophical research, we are no longer
    • so that we are no longer connected with our body as in the case
    • own body, which has slept long enough and which produces this
    • know a thing only because we are no longer connected with it, no
    • longer penetrated by it subjectively, because it stands before us
    • fact that the mirror of thoughts is now no longer within us, but
  • Title: Question/Economic Life: Lecture: The Central Question of Economic Life
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    • life millions of human beings belong to this proletariat of
    • of stupor, so that one can no longer dive down into the single
    • aged when they can no longer work.
    • long. Today we have no possibility, just when it comes to
    • realms, otherwise this lecture would become far too long. It
    • long ago and from which one should draw the necessary
    • so that a person can belong to all three or to two or to one,
    • why regulation of labour belongs to the realm of rights, to the
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • Oliver Lodge, who had long ago felt the inclination to build a
    • longing, the great desire of unquestionably serious modern
    • that case, it can no longer be said that Raymond Lodge's soul
    • in this connection. I might talk for a long time, were I to
    • When such exercises have been made for a sufficiently long
    • ordinary life of memory. We then no longer ascribe the contents
    • research, we are no longer in a condition which may be
    • sense-perception, so that we are no longer connected with our
    • soul. This need only be our own body, which has slept long
    • we are no longer connected with it, no longer penetrated by it
    • that the mirror of thoughts is now no longer within us, but
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • being belongs more than one generally thinks to the development
    • belong to that part which vanishes when we die, no matter how
    • In that case we no longer live in a dark world which renders us
    • which we longingly turned on growing old, so to speak, in the
    • our longing for the physical world, for a corporeal physical
    • penetrate into the super-sensible world to which we belong after
    • longer carries out of his physical body so many thoughts when
    • lasting only a few days (approximately as long as a person is
    • backwards, and this must be practised for a long time.
    • form of subconscious longings to approach this or that
    • him from his birth a subconscious longing, and that guided by
    • this longing, which he perhaps interprets quite differently in
    • earthly life as an undefined longing. We thus shape our destiny
    • belong through our actions, and on the other hand our ethical
    • which after a certain time is filled with the longing to
    • longing to reincarnate here on earth. Out of the spirit comes
    • receive from super-sensible research what also belongs to man.
    • 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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    • then we shall recognise it as a world which belongs to us and
    • longer able to submit coldly to inner ideas. No doubt one is
    • belonged together here in the physical world find each other
    • super-sensible worlds, but no longer in the form of the old
    • Darwinistically, with a natural-scientific discipline, along
    • remaining body, it really travels along like a person using a
    • stunted, because a longer time of development should have
    • the world the human being has behind him a longer time of
    • we no longer merely look towards the Kant-Laplace nebula, but
    • portal of death when the earth no longer exists; it will pass
    • this earth below will no longer exist and the stars above will
    • no longer exist. But spiritual science gives us the certainty
    • accustomed to look upon Anthroposophy no longer as
  • Title: Renewal of Culture
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    • something which in some way corresponds to the longing which manifests itself
    • for the longings of that section of mankind which counts most for the future,
    • young people are filled with the longing, arising out of an altogether
    • we shall have to survey a longer stretch of time.
    • objects which he perceived though his senses. He no longer had such a highly
    • longer directly bring into our own inner being the whole external life of
    • thing which cannot be reached along this path, namely a
    • not reveal anything in reply to man's deepest longing concerning his own
    • things it is undoubtedly a source of deepest longing when the investigation
    • truly unprejudiced person can hear the truth, that we no longer understand
    • divine essence of the universe; we no longer feel the voice speaking within
    • to understand the present time and its longings we must penetrate into more
    • were a riddle. We no longer know how to speak out of our full human being,
    • and into the language which we speak as grown-ups we can no longer bring that
    • above all in the longings of our young people, and we must realize that by
    • To-day we no longer feel how in the past men looked out into the universe and
    • therefore become a purely external one. We no longer observe the man and how
    • which can no longer kindle the other man's warm sympathy; we see the
    • were, a denial of the human being, and that this explains the deep longing
    • longed-for renewal of our modern culture. It only seeks to explain the way in
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