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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • The volume of the Complete Edition of the works of Rudolf Steiner
    • The volume of the Complete Edition of the works of Rudolf Steiner
    • After many long years of work in this domain of knowledge, I know
    • When in some piece of work a muscle has to be constantly exerted, its
    • to work from the Unconscious into true anthroposophical meditation; a
    • Just as we execute some piece of work by using a muscle, so do we
    • This process is at work during earliest childhood; it comes to a halt
    • within us is being worked upon, elaborated. But we feel, too, that
    • what is thus being worked upon — as it were ploughed and
    • but of the living forces which have been working at the upbuilding of
    • means of which we grow, the sum-total of the forces which work, also,
    • member which works at the forming of the earthly body, is discovered
    • other than the forces working actively in the organism — in
    • workings. In the practise of Yoga, the man of ancient India set out
    • the body of formative forces working in us during earthly
    • reality is discovered, that higher reality which permeates and works
    • remaining as a unity through the whole of life, works in the human
    • body penetrates into and works within us. The whole nature and being
    • demands specialised and difficult work. But what is acquired inwardly
    • when it has worked itself a little way out of the sinful in the
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  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • The volume of the Complete Edition of the works of Rudolf Steiner
    • The volume of the Complete Edition of the works of Rudolf Steiner
    • remarked that a muscle grows stronger if it does a certain work and
    • that inner life which works upon the physical organism from the
    • and on the other, a condensed, intensified soul-element which works
    • knowledge of the way in which the soul-element works within the
    • merely localised in the human head, but they are forces which work in
    • element, which is super-sensible, works upon the physical body. We
    • works upon the physical body out of a super-sensible sphere, for this
    • conception of the forces working in us from birth onwards, a
    • conception of super-sensible forces working upon the physical body, we
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • to recognize the eternal in man, but also how it works within his
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • who worked very hard to discover how to penetrate into the
    • “second sight” works, and that under certain abnormal
    • they are not unconscious, but that forces are at work within him
    • stimulus when we wake up, and this stimulus works upon our
  • Title: Question/Economic Life: Lecture: The Central Question of Economic Life
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    • Three-folding of the social organism. Socialism. Sharing of work.
    • principles. This view has proved itself especially by working
    • amongst the proletarian workers as teacher in the most varied
    • workers in free conversation throughout many years. There one
    • introducing the proletariat again to the work in a way relating
    • life in this proletariat. The proletarian worker is in his
    • heart actually very aloof towards his work, towards the actual
    • content of his work. He does not care about what work he does.
    • have tried, especially in the teaching of workers, to create an
    • something which does not interest the worker as such. He is
    • conditions of economic life as such, but works towards the
    • working amongst the proletariat. But that is in a certain sense
    • that which comprises the work of the day, the tasks of the day,
    • economic question, that he acknowledges the right to work of
    • the community give to every healthy human being the work which
    • obligation of the community to provide work for every healthy
    • aged when they can no longer work.
    • which is popularly called `sharing of work' in national
    • about this sharing of work, but I don't believe that it has
    • social organism in which there is full sharing of work
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • German scientist who worked very hard to discover how to
    • fine and intimate way in which second sight works, and that
    • forces are at work within him and that he can really experience
    • this stimulus works upon our feeling, which left the body when
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • and of others. These works are always on a scientific level,
    • with him. For his research-work must always be accompanied by
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • know of the way in which this eternal works within the physical
    • shows that the soul-spiritual is a reality, that it is working
  • Title: Renewal of Culture
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    • that time of his life when he is ready to work in the external world. But
    • Into every sphere of social life there has entered a division of work. As
    • regards the external mechanised life of modern times we must work so as to
    • external life we have had to learn to work one for the other.
    • labour, through which we help our fellow men and work together with them, has
    • he develops his work out of his soul-spiritual existence on earth, we do not
    • that he is working for us. No, in the social life of to-day we look at the
    • work in so far as we find it in the product.
    • his work, we do not see how this work comes from him, but we wait instead
    • until the product is there and only seek the work in something which has
    • labour comes out of his inner self, is not valued human work is only valued
    • own self — his work — to the mechanism of modern
    • another's work. There is no warm feeling for the man at his work. We do
    • not see the work developing in connection with man, but we only see something
    • those for which he develops his capacities. Man will work all the better for
    • advantageous to work for a capable employer. This is quite possible, for
    • those whose work is guided by others physically or spiritually, soon
    • chief aim is not to discover how a person can most capably work in life, for
    • of not merely the work that flows into the product, but the valuing of man's
    • work, that human valuing of work which arises in the communal life when man



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