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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • to say something about anthroposophical Spiritual Science. [This
    • bring before you anything in the nature of convincing proof; all that
    • to proceed hand-in-hand with everything that can be learnt from
    • to overstep these boundaries. But nothing that the intellect or the
    • themselves to mere belief but who want to have knowledge of things
    • things which he regards as revelations from higher worlds, whereas to
    • nothing else than stimuli received during childhood, appearing in a
    • development. This kind of investigation into the things of the Spirit
    • does not take its start from anything that is nebulous or mystical;
    • If anything from our store of ordinary memories were to be brought up
    • their effect during the exercises. Nothing whatever must be allowed
    • complete survey must be maintained and everything must be subject to
    • been given to us — they enter the consciousness as something
    • but enters the soul as something quite new. The point of importance
    • is not that we acquire anything from the actual content of the
    • will be no danger of succumbing to anything in the nature of
    • everything teems, is saturated, has great intensity; our whole being
    • have at first nothing either before us or within us that amounts to
    • consists in the exercising of thought, something that is now plastic
    • in the child — we feel that this is something super-sensible,
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  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • lecture some of the more important things explained yesterday.
    • The result that everything which confronts the soul through
    • that mathematics contains, as it were, nothing to which we submit
    • attention is turned away from everything else, and for a certain
    • Why must such a concept or complex of concepts be something quite
    • perception. The first thing which should be borne in mind when
    • This in itself sets up a strong barrier against anything which seeks
    • perceptions. In our ordinary thinking everything is arranged
    • everything has a definite structure which must be considered as a
    • Imaginative knowledge does not as yet supply anything pertaining to
    • from our consciousness. The only thing which can be retained is the
    • ado. This even applies to the most elementary things in honest
    • something personal, but which is also an objective fact.
    • The only thing he can do is to reconstruct the conditions enabling
    • a parallel course, and so forth. But all these things are mere
    • gives rise to something which does not reveal itself outwardly
    • only thing which should remain to us is our calm thinking power,
    • is something which undergoes continual metamorphoses. Our thinking
    • only envisage a transformation, but something very different. Let us
    • for the attainment of knowledge of higher worlds, the essential thing
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  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • thing which rises up before us when we enter the soul-spiritual
    • world, the fact that we feel induced to do certain things for
    • feelings and of everything which constitutes our inner being,
    • when we come across such things in the external physical world.
    • The things
    • a knowledge of the higher worlds, many things will therefore have
    • within our inner self, independently of anything in the world
    • ourselves, with everything which now constitutes our
    • earthly life as a firm resistance which mirrors everything, just
    • because of this, everything which surrounds us as we pass through
    • reflect itself. Through these experiences we perceive everything
    • as a soul-spiritual being everything with which we were in some
    • imaginative vision here in the physical world, through everything
    • emerges everything with which we were connected by destiny, or
    • free, soul-spiritual life. Everything in our environment with
    • results of physics or chemistry. This is something which the
    • everything appears to us in this way when we look back upon our
    • There is one thing which then appears to us very enigmatic, and
    • speaks of things which can be perceived through spiritual vision.
    • towards everything in the universe inspiring reverence and which
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  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • nature of these problems that in regard to these things I must
    • the things connected with the great life problems of human
    • being; they knew that they could only learn something about man's
    • of the universe modern people show a deep interest for everything
    • couple of days and that there was nothing to be afraid of. As a
    • the same thing and also refused to amputate his arm. Schleich was
    • not approach the investigation of such things superficially, by a
    • conscientious and responsible scientist. Even in other things,
    • in London knew anything about these photos, nor that they had
    • make things clear to you from every aspect) should be stricter
    • with these things, for in connection with today's subject my last
    • now present; allow me therefore to illumine the things already
    • of unpremeditated things, and it is quite possible to prick one's
    • things can be viewed critically, if another, undoubtedly possible
    • thing is borne in mind; namely, that certain subconscious
    • forces, it is possible to perceive things which cannot be
    • were, to see things in a way which is not in keeping with the
    • something pertaining to the future. And this fact pertaining to
    • Here, we simply have to do with something enacted completely upon
    • for the following simple reason: When things are mentioned, such
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  • Title: Question/Economic Life: Lecture: The Central Question of Economic Life
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    • characterize something quite different as the central economic
    • something that goes like a thread through my observations of
    • something which does not interest the worker as such. He is
    • at things. Most proletarians to-day are, as you will know, more
    • thing which is also very interesting: Bismarck, when voicing
    • This is how things are to-day. And one has to say: Through the
    • of the social question”. Nothing was further from my
    • say how one imagines that these things should be handled. That
    • given about specific things but which I never meant to be
    • anything but examples. In real life one can demonstrate
    • something that one is doing, that one arranges to the best of
    • it. Of course one could also do everything differently. But the
    • utopian wants everything characterized to the last detail. And
    • seemingly something else is taking place — the call for
    • am convinced that many clever things have been written and said
    • sharing that nobody can produce anything for himself in a
    • religious life in the spiritual realm, but I include everything
    • other things as well, which in this regard does not let the
    • But this means nothing else than that in pure economic life one
    • indications of the things which I want to assign to certain
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • things I must limit myself to the anthroposophical horizon,
    • that is to say, to the things connected with the great
    • they could only learn something about man's being by seeking to
    • interest for everything which transcends ordinary science, and
    • well again in a couple of days and that there was nothing to be
    • told him exactly the same thing and also refused to amputate
    • man who does not approach the investigation of such things
    • scientist. Even in other things, which I will not mention here,
    • experiments were made, no one in London knew anything about
    • research (I hope that my three lectures will make things clear
    • me now begin with these things, for in connection with to-day's
    • illumine the things already explained to you from another
    • unpremeditated things, and it is quite possible to prick
    • see, even such things can be viewed critically, if another,
    • undoubtedly possible thing is borne in mind; namely, that
    • human cognitive forces, it is possible to perceive things which
    • possible, as it were, to see things in a way which is not in
    • something pertaining to the future. And this fact
    • something enacted completely upon the physical plane, that is
    • things are mentioned, such as Sir Oliver Lodge's case, or
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • well able to compete with everything which modern people are
    • are permeated by something rooted as plastic force in human
    • thinking, by something existing inhuman thought.
    • These so-called wonderful phenomena cannot point to anything
    • differs from everything which people experience in a visionary
    • are brought into connection with things which have a visionary
    • ordinary way of seeing things and to ordinary consciousness, we
    • this perspective, something frees itself from what we thus see
    • out of the human being that remained behind. The things most
    • Our physical life on earth is something which darkens our
    • pre-existent world, the things which we perceive spiritually
    • earthly life, not the closest, nearest things, but we first
    • perceive the more distant things. If we have ascended through
    • Anthroposophy does not speak of anything fantastic nor of some
    • we thus leave behind us, as the last thing, as it were, to
    • spiritual world; the last thing to which we turned in our
    • with something which cannot constitute anything pertaining to
    • breathing and through everything which the human being receives
    • and later on draws in substance through breathing, nutrition,
    • that it is something which pertains to the external world and
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • which is not limited by birth and death. But there is one thing
    • we feel induced to do certain things for them out of
    • of everything which constitutes our inner being, when we come
    • across such things in the external physical world. How
    • things perceived through super-sensible knowledge make us speak
    • things will therefore have to be said differently, the
    • dwelling only within our inner self, independently of anything
    • soul, that we ourselves, with everything which now constitutes
    • which mirrors everything, just because of this, everything
    • these experiences we perceive everything rising up in a far
    • soul-spiritual being everything with which we were in some way
    • everything which I described to you. Those who pass through the
    • which were laid aside, emerges everything with which we were
    • soul-spiritual life. Everything in our environment with which
    • something which the spiritual science of Anthroposophy can add
    • everything of course, appears to us in this way when we look
    • outside the body. There is one thing which then appears to us
    • by communicating its truth it speaks of things which can be
    • mysteries contained in the universe, towards everything in the
    • This enigmatic something which I mean and which appears to us,
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  • Title: Renewal of Culture
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    • impulse — although one must of course bear in mind that it is something
    • varied spheres of life many of our contemporaries feel that something must
    • something which in some way corresponds to the longing which manifests itself
    • there we find that youth expects something which it cannot obtain from the
    • things offered by the generally prevailing spirit of the times. Especially in
    • Anthroposophy knows that in regard to many things which people are now
    • indefinite feeling, for something quite new. The earnest, significant
    • satisfaction in the things which we as older people could offer to them? And
    • and five centuries reveal something completely new, compared with the
    • that a spiritual essence permeated everything in his physical
    • an inclination to set everything under the rule of an intellectualistic
    • above all, could only be applied to the phenomena of Nature, to everything
    • which can be observed through the senses, to everything which can be analyzed
    • or combined in the form of thoughts. These two things, I might say, the
    • right way through external Nature, through everything which constitutes the
    • and from the year's seasons, could be experienced as something which was
    • out of the things which could be learnt during recent centuries through the
    • thing which cannot be reached along this path, namely a
    • not reveal anything in reply to man's deepest longing concerning his own
    • being. And hence arose more and more the need to seek for something else.
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