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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • beings. Necessity and freedom can be differentiated when we perceive
  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • real spiritual research, clearly enable us to perceive the
    • onwards. Inwardly we perceive the creative formative forces which
    • build up the human being and we first perceive them in connection
    • bones of the skull Goethe perceived transformations of the vertebra.
    • what we then perceive in the same way in which we do this in regard
    • to the external physical world. The reality which we perceive there
    • images. If reality is to be perceived within this world of images, we
    • for a moment within a certain shape, can be perceived. But we cannot
    • perceive the incessant life-process giving rise to health and illness
    • conceals it. The spiritual can however be perceived in physical
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • and which can only perceive an environing world; namely, the
    • sensory world and into the world of thoughts. But we perceive
    • perceived through super-sensible knowledge make us speak
    • reflect itself. Through these experiences we perceive everything
    • learned to know here in the physical world. And we first perceive
    • speaks of things which can be perceived through spiritual vision.
    • can now be clearly perceived, whereas otherwise they are at the
    • upon our physical body from outside, we can now perceive the true
    • as something objective. And we perceive that the effect of
    • are ordinarily perceived through physical eyes, or physical
    • We can perceive, for instance, that the physical body becomes
    • mineralized during the thinking process; we perceive this in the
    • perceive the transformation, the metamorphosis in the human form,
    • Darwinistic theory comes to a standstill, we perceive that man,
    • outside. Through the etheric world he perceives, for instance,
    • up to an artistic conception, we perceive the activity of the
    • development of the earth in this way, we perceive IN THE MIDDLE
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • useless, for he cannot perceive the accompanying circumstances.
    • forces, it is possible to perceive things which cannot be
    • perceived by the ordinary sound senses; it is possible, as it
    • freely as with sensory perceptions. When we perceive something
    • ordinary life we perceive through our senses, we abstract our
    • but their physical conditions can be perceived in the special
    • of thoughts in ordinary life. Even as we ordinarily perceive red
    • or blue, or hear C sharp or C, so we now perceive thoughts as
    • and perceived.
    • eyes and the ears perceive colors and sounds, so the emancipated
    • soul now perceives through feeling something which is outside;
    • that we are able to observe and really perceive things which we
    • ordinarily cannot perceive. In this way we are able to perceive
    • aspect of man's physical being. We perceive, above all, the body
    • the soul world; we perceive everything that pertains to the soul.
    • perceives consciously and methodically.
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • horse. All precautions will be useless, for he cannot perceive
    • human cognitive forces, it is possible to perceive things which
    • cannot be perceived by the ordinary sound senses; it is
    • we perceive something through our senses we know unmistakably
    • I n ordinary life we perceive through our senses, we abstract
    • physical conditions can be perceived in the special composition
    • ordinarily perceive red or blue, or hear C sharp or C, so we
    • now perceive thoughts as realities; we learn to know the
    • asleep be rightly grasped and perceived.
    • we fell asleep. Even as the eyes and the ears perceive colours
    • and sounds, so the emancipated soul now perceives through
    • really perceive things which we ordinarily cannot perceive. And
    • if in this way we are able to perceive the alternating
    • gives us a new aspect of man's physical being. We perceive,
    • also to attain an inner vision of the soul-world, we perceive
    • perception of things which a spiritual investigator perceives
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • perceive certain thoughts of certain people under conditions of
    • During certain psychic conditions, thoughts can be perceived
    • senses; indeed these thoughts can even be perceived at a
    • perceived as forces. Our thought-world, which was formerly
    • pre-existent world, the things which we perceive spiritually
    • perceive the more distant things. If we have ascended through
    • “dying” in the spiritual world. Even as we perceive
    • approaching death through old age, so we perceive that our
    • mediumistic condition it is possible to perceive thoughts
    • one only perceives the echo of thoughts rayed out before death,
    • since we first perceive most clearly of all, so to speak, the
    • through the portal of death, he perceives for a short time,
    • capacity to perceive this is acquired by the already mentioned
    • forces enter the will, for we perceive ethical intuitions
    • can, to begin with, only be perceived inwardly, as pictures. We
    • Perhaps he does not perceive that it rests upon itself, that it
    • without any proof, the things which the senses perceive, the
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • only perceive an environing world, namely the physical world,
    • But we perceive this in the fullest meaning of the word only
    • things perceived through super-sensible knowledge make us speak
    • these experiences we perceive everything rising up in a far
    • in the physical world. And we first perceive as a
    • perceived through spiritual vision. But in being led to
    • perceived, whereas otherwise they are at the most felt darkly.
    • perceive the true significance of the mineral substances which
    • outside, as something objective. And we perceive that the
    • colours are ordinarily perceived through physical eyes, or
    • leads us deeper into man's inner nature. We can perceive, for
    • thinking process; we perceive this in the same way in which we
    • a comparison: We perceive the transformation, the metamorphosis
    • ordinary Darwinistic theory comes to a standstill, we perceive
    • perceives, for instance, what the light conjures up
    • when we rise up to an artistic conception, we also perceive the
    • surveying the development of the earth in this way, we perceive
  • Title: Renewal of Culture
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    • right to do so if one can perceive that this subject really corresponds to a
    • objects which he perceived though his senses. He no longer had such a highly
    • perceived a soul-spiritual essence in these bodily organs, he felt a
    • clearly perceive that man is in search of man and that he must seek him; that
    • perceived in the stars' courses a revelation of the spirit in the
    • cosmos, in the same way in which we now perceive in the physiognomy of a
    • and perceive nothing but an immense world-mechanism. The ideal has more and
    • more gained ground to perceive this world-mechanism everywhere. And what has



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