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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • existence they manifest to us their inner connection, their
    • significance of this for man's inner life is extraordinarily
    • thoughts moving on the respiratory currents and, in the inner
    • man's inner substance, he arrived at a comprehension of the
    • experience his own self, his inner spirituality, so too
    • the yogi made conscious the inner rhythm of his body, so we
    • a mental image of the animal — out of the inner life
    • expression, by an inner education and discipline of the
    • develop solely in our innermost human entity — with
    • experience and observe through his inner powers. With the aid
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 2: Psychology
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    • inner guard against anything which, deriving from an
    • ourselves only in ourselves, with an inner
    • concentrated all our attention and inner strength of soul, so
    • what in our earthly existence we call our inner life, so that
    • inner law would be even nobler and greater than what we
    • life on earth, the inner world is dark and the outside world of
    • world is dark, and our world is then the inner world of man. We
    • see this inner world! And truly, it seems to us no smaller and
    • our spiritual inner world, and we prepare ourselves, in the
    • friend Knebel, gain an inner wisdom of experience, simply
    • one was led by a kind of inner necessity to what we now see to
    • how then, welling up out of his innermost being, the man
    • himself, out of his innermost longings, directs his steps and
    • are really to look at life as it develops from the innermost
    • men today and forms a basis for true inner piety and true inner
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
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    • inner experiences, what is historically symptomatic is
    • own. Yet just because we perceive what inner rigour and
    • inner powers of man's development. This is a subject that
    • is done today: his plastic creation sprang from an inner
    • made what he felt within him. He felt an inner, living, second
    • envelope. His inner experience went over into the
    • experience of the vital concept to that inner pain and
    • words, and was connected with the innermost texture of human
    • experiencing our inner self, and for the inner self we
    • between East and West, is the harmonization, the inner unity of
    • religion, art and science. And this inner unity is what the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 4: Spiritual Geography
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    • the Oriental established, with an inner understanding of much
    • as mere semblance, to inner life by energizing ourselves and
    • develop through its own inner life, not from the one or the
    • inner human power. It became a symbol of the fact that
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 5: Cosmic Memory
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    • activity and inner experience, we shall also realize that a
    • to penetrate below the surface of things to their inner
    • do without? — Those who gain great inner satisfaction
    • make the mystic's attempt to penetrate into our innermost self
    • More moving than the latter's absorption in his inner self is
    • inner self. And, as I explained yesterday, when as physical and
    • our own inner physical body. We learn to know the substance of
    • the surge of inner organic processes. Wonderful mystical
    • inner processes in human nature itself. It seems philistine to
    • the outside — man's inner organism — is a
    • when we really come to know this inner organism, this is what
    • our comprehensive inner organism, and learn how its individual
    • further towards what I have just been describing: an inner
    • arise cloud-formations, and indeed shapes thinner even than
    • research, could not avoid the inner dissonance and
    • appropriate to the spirit, for our inner universe of
    • knowledge of self. And when we then go down into it, our inner
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • great importance, precisely because of its inner structure, for
    • comprehend intellectualism with an inner sympathy in the
    • will agree how fortunate it was for his inner harmony of soul
    • have an inner growth. Only then shall we give the child not
    • brought about only by an extension of man's whole inner
    • personality, finding them only among his soul's innermost
    • believe that such a stimulation of man's innermost vital powers
    • strength to follow the ideals, and give us inner life to make
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • physical in his make-up. In conscious inner life, there was for
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • had left behind everything in his inner experience that
    • strengthening of his sense of self and his inner security of
    • to present a scene showing how a man wins through to an inner
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • into the outside world and evolved into our inner logical order
    • us, however, remember the view of man's inner make-up that I
    • contemplating his inner organism, not as does the modern
    • interpose something in front of our real inner nature, just as
    • things, which so affect man's innermost self that drives,
    • direction to what, for modern man, must represent the innermost
    • inner self. Whether legitimate or not, this is the attitude of
    • look past the externals of society to its inner being. But then
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • must spring from man's innermost productive power. And we
    • inner pressure, out of the spiritual life of Middle Europe
    • man's innermost essence, socially speaking? They believed that,
    • the innermost impulses of their being. And in this connection

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