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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • whole mode of thinking, the faculty of cognition, the power of
    • of thinking. Anthroposophy does not, however, content itself with the
    • faculty of thinking which comes to expression in ordinary memory, but
    • thinking in man is developed to a greater strength and intensity than
    • into this meditation or these exercises of thinking, we should be led
    • Thinking, Imagination.
    • I have called this development ‘Imaginative Thinking
    • kind of thinking that is usual in ordinary life and science, this
    • abstract thought. And nearly all the thinking that goes on in
    • But one point must be quite clear. In this Imaginative Thinking we
    • Imaginative Thinking is gradually brought home to us, however,
    • now, by means of this living, pictorial thinking, I experience
    • relation of the thinking to what is now an objective perception is
    • unfolds the activity of thinking. He thinks about something or other;
    • thinking to what thus arises objectively before my consciousness.
    • reality to the now strengthened and enhanced power of thinking
    • strengthening and energising of the normal faculty of thinking which
    • here described, when we are trying to develop deep, inward thinking.
    • the super-sensible world with conscious thinking, with his thinking
    • stage of Imaginative Thinking, through which, to begin with, the
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  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • should be developed first of all are the forces of thinking. This is
    • must be made with a particular exercise in thinking.
    • The kind of thinking to which we are accustomed in ordinary life and
    • Anthroposophy must deviate from this way of thinking which is
    • that we completely surrender to such concepts, our thinking power
    • This intensification of the forces of thinking must of course be
    • mathematical thinking. If such a “mathematizing” culture
    • treading the path to higher knowledge, is that our thinking, which is
    • Then one comes to quite a new way of thinking. The old way of
    • thinking which is used in ordinary life and in ordinary science,
    • remains. But a new way of thinking is added to it, if we do the
    • might describe this new way of thinking which is added to the old way
    • of thinking in the following way.
    • cannot penetrate into the way of thinking which is employed in this
    • thinking which must be gained by systematic practice in order to
    • Ordinary thinking (it suffices to bear in mind the true nature of the
    • ordinary way of thinking, in order to see that my remarks are
    • justified)—ordinary thinking really consists of spatial
    • perceptions. In our ordinary thinking everything is arranged
    • come to the conclusion that ordinary thinking is a combining way of
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  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • sphere of pure thinking, when he surrenders to the external
    • not the faintest inkling; namely, the activity of thinking. We
    • have left behind our thinking. Our thoughts continue, as it were,
    • the physical intermedium of thinking.
    • activity of thinking, we learn to recognize that this activity
    • which the forces of growth are active within us, thinking is
    • dulled. When we wake up, thinking must, so to speak, have a free
    • scale into its being through the activity of thinking in the
    • and thinking is therefore bound up with the earth. But in
    • perceiving how the beings whose thinking is connected with the
    • mineralization through thinking, we also learn to know through
    • mineralized during the thinking process; we perceive this in the
    • of the thinking ordinarily looked upon as scientific thought;
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • applies to this sphere the same way of thinking, the same
    • way of thinking and a scientific mentality the foundations of
    • our thought to a high degree, so that our way of thinking becomes
    • our thought to a high degree, so that our way of thinking becomes
    • ordinary cognitive forces, but with a thinking intensified by
    • thinking in the same way in which a muscle is ordinarily
    • thinking to such an extent that it can live within its own
    • really attain to such a living way of thinking, then something
    • morphological way of thinking. Our thinking then contains a
    • if we learn to strengthen our thinking in the right way, if we
    • own soul. In the same way we know through imaginative thinking
    • to know these things through an intensification of thinking,
    • meaning, should not only strengthen his thinking through
    • thinking emancipates itself from the body through meditation.
    • become an inner power which unites with the emancipated thinking.
    • of a remembered thought, only with this thinking developed in
    • thinking which we acquire, and on the other hand our transformed
    • our thinking has been intensified. The thoughts remain behind
    • attains to the imaginative thinking mentioned in these days,
    • strengthening of the capacities of thinking and of the will, so
  • Title: Question/Economic Life: Lecture: The Central Question of Economic Life
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    • just what I have learnt from anthroposophical thinking in
    • experience that contemporary thinking of people spontaneously
    • for today's economic thinking, that one bases it everywhere on
    • thinking, but that one tries to discover how human co-existence
    • economic thinking.
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • way of thinking, the same scientific method which he is
    • scientists. For, in regard to a scientific way of thinking and
    • thinking becomes just as alive and intensive as sensory
    • with a thinking intensified by meditation, concentration
    • strengthening the soul-faculty of thinking, just as a muscle is
    • strengthening thinking to such an extent that it can live
    • time, when we really attain to such a living way of thinking,
    • form-giving, morphological way of thinking. Our thinking then
    • This is the case if we learn to strengthen our thinking in the
    • know through imaginative thinking that the images which rise up
    • intensification of thinking, through an enhancement and
    • anthroposophical sense, should not only strengthen his thinking
    • organisation, even as our thinking emancipates itself from the
    • thinking. This leads us to a real perception of the true nature
    • thinking developed in free meditation, can the act of falling
    • This strengthened thinking which we acquire, and on the other
    • asleep, only because our thinking has been intensified. The
    • a person who attains to the imaginative thinking referred to
    • thinking and of the will, so that we are able to observe and
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • thinking, by something existing inhuman thought.
    • thinking, feeling and willing, so that he can judge his
    • super-sensible experiences with his everyday thinking, feeling
    • thinking capacity, which is bound up, as we already have seen,
    • individual life (individual life requires thinking forces which
    • our thinking power. But we must also learn to make
    • were, gives our ordinary thinking and feeling a kind of
    • support, but man's thinking cannot reach the required degree of
    • practice in this thinking backwards in the form of pictures. It
    • emancipate our thinking from the external course of time. The
    • thinking and feeling must be overcome. By forcefully thinking
    • and stronger capacity of thinking than that employed for a
    • merely passive thinking. Our thinking power can be essentially
    • strengthened just by this way of thinking backwards.
    • thinking has been emancipated from its connection with the
    • exercises of thinking backwards. And now we gain a
    • develops as a thinking force. It becomes an impulse
    • retrospective thinking, will-exercises, we must really say to
    • thinking emancipated from the senses. In thoughts which
    • shaped by man's own free thinking, when he reaches the point,
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • discover that when he ascends to the sphere of pure thinking,
    • namely the activity of thinking. We have, as you know, left
    • behind our thinking. Our thoughts continue, as it were, to
    • constitutes the physical instrumentality of thinking.
    • filled by the activity of thinking, we now learn to recognise
    • growth are active within us, thinking is dulled. When we wake
    • up, thinking must, so to speak, have a free hand to dissolve
    • on a small scale in the activity of thinking in the human
    • they might also exist within us, and thinking is therefore
    • have bound their thinking with the earth emerge from that which
    • its mineralization through thinking, we also learn to know
    • thinking process; we perceive this in the same way in which we
    • the thinking ordinarily looked upon as scientific thinking,



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