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  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • Event of Golgotha the Being we call Christ has been the
    • called a dim remembrance of what the soul had once
    • future. — Thus He who was called Christ was also
    • Earth. After death you can be part of Osiris and call him
  • Title: Regarding Higher Worlds
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    • are taken in. Whatever one can call proof of spiritual
    • worlds exist beside our own; the so-called astral and
    • devachanic worlds, called, as far as they are known in
    • the pure spiritual world, Devachan, where you are called again
    • other than expressions for souls, we may call them, which live
    • physically similar sense impressions, only these are not
    • fourth and so on. In conclusion, the astral place basically
    • lions, tigers, all tortoises, which we call a mutual group
    • mankind who worked artistically, had a clairvoyant
    • Ego? Yes, the same exists for the plants as we called a Group
    • enter the astral world directly after death, is the one we call
    • This feeling is called, in occult science, the feeling of self
    • sacrificing dedication, called the ability to sacrifice.
    • of it can be given which is characteristically valid of the
  • Title: What is Self-knowledge?
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    • expressed theoretically is that anthroposophic occult science
    • Anthroposophist. Today we want to explore that which we call in
    • self-knowledge which can be called World Knowledge in the
    • element we discuss to what could be called “occult
    • means something which the human being represents basically as
    • what we call the actual Ego- or “I”-carrier
    • (Ich-Träger). When we look at that which we basically call
    • conditions called unconscious sleep. We have to say that this
    • kind of self-knowledge which could rather be called the
    • you back at this point is basically a loss for the soul.
    • this basic level could be called self-knowledge.
    • extraordinary which we call talents, aptitudes, particular
    • on a elevated level of higher development is called
    • directly but in a certain sense — that what we call these
    • itself what can be called impersonal self-knowledge.
    • the self which we call karma, that which is particular to the
    • possible for us not to overlook what is karmically correct and
    • for instance — a slap in the face. What can be called in
    • Theoretically nothing can be proven except through a test and
    • only recognise them theoretically but to live with every world
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  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • beginning of the fourth epoch which we could call the
    • called Ahura Mazdao, the being who had his outer corporeality
    • the “I” we grasp something which only we can call
    • astral body. What is this called? Just think how one of the
    • Thus it was inspired, physically inspired, through them
    • call which is linked to the Mission of Moses.
    • taken and called divine. We know that the physical body was
    • your own “I.” So it proceeds systematically with
  • Title: Way of Knowledge
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    • being callous, painless and insensitive. — We need to
    • not only physically linked to us but that these beings link to
    • can gradually experience when on the so-called way or path of
    • think that, what we call the “I” (Ich) in spiritual
    • the event which we call the Mystery of Golgotha, or in other
    • has its origin in this: that this living being, which we call
    • what we could call the stone-soul, experiences pleasure and
    • spiritual scientifically at these people at the beginning of
    • this world disappears. We call this unconsciousness.
    • world. Therefore these things were, what we call physical outer
    • the influence of Ahriman, or as Goethe called him,
    • which we call the ahrimanic, could penetrate, and after a
    • certain time error and illusion stepped in. That which we call
    • the principals of this world, as we call them in the Bible.
    • what we call forces of nature, were linked to human thinking
    • it happened, through humanity's so called luciferic influence
    • ahrimanic influence. This being we call Ahriman stands in a
  • Title: The Mission of Savonarola
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    • thanks. When it was explained to him that Lorenzo had called
    • was the one who called Savonarola to Florence? No, it was God
    • who called Savonarola to this monastery in Florence!
    • spiritual-scientifically striving person should learn from this
  • Title: The Rishis
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    • high spiritual being called Manu. They moved about in separate
  • Title: Poetry/Fairy Tales: Lecture 2: The Interpretation of Fairy Tales
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    • through them all. I must call your attention to the fact that the
    • centuries and recall Odysseus and the giant Polyphemus in the
    • fleeting forms of our astral organization. When we recall the
    • states of consciousness are present, calling forth genuine vision.
    • asked for her husband, who was called in, and lo! he was a
    • were called in, but none of them knew the way to the White Country.
    • his second sister. He asked for her husband, and he was called in. He
    • The animals were called in, but none of them knew the way to the
    • twelve-headed dragon was called in, and asked about the White
    • his animals did. The animals were therefore called in, but none of
    • called healthy clairvoyance, and true clairvoyance tends more and
  • Title: Novalis: On his Hymns to the Night
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    • a world view we could call theosophical and from which they
    • Hardenberg, called Novalis, was born on 2 May 1772. Whoever has
    • `standing on the ground' physical reality. Basically Novalis
    • soul and flowed in gentle, rhythmically woven poems from his
    • could never, without abandoning the gentleness of a soul, call
    • this a love relationship. Basically there was in Sophie von
    • presenting documents, Novalis basically had fallen prey to an
    • in him rose what he called his “magical
  • Title: The Theory of Categories / Kategorienlehre
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    • curiosity is satisfied: we have what we call an explanation
    • to seek for its cause. The concept of the effect calls
    • observation calls forth the thinking, and it is only this
    • now calls, in the sense of the great philosopher Hegel, the
    • are concepts. One has, in truth, habitually called the
    • following Aristotle, are called categories. But in the strict
    • justified in calling the sum of our self-mobile,
  • Title: Lecture: A Chapter of Occult History
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    • went with him to Central Asia and from there called the
    • bodily vehicle, and he called these spiritual Beings in their
    • at that time be only a prophecy. — Zarathustra called
    • sheaths of Jesus of Nazareth was called by the name of
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • called upon to speak of practical training in thought. For people
    • People who call
    • will, however, frequently discover that what they call their
    • practical behind it. What they call practical consists in this: they
    • or rather they leave behind those who so fondly call themselves
    • distinguish true thinking from the so-called practical thinking, which
    • in what is now called science. These things are far more important than
    • separated in the real world, as graphically, as vividly as
    • strives to call forth clear mental images of processes and events
    • on such exercises systematically and repeat them again and again, the
    • no longer be satisfied with that. You must set to work systematically
    • and say to yourself: “I will now recall the person I saw
    • yesterday, clearly and distinctly. I will recall the surroundings,
    • unable to call up a graphic idea of what they actually experienced on
    • that, to begin with, you find you are unable to call to mind, exactly,
    • this means we are calling to life inner forces of thought, and that
    • so-called privileged classes and professions, if he does these
    • practically. A man climbed a tree and was doing something or other up
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • may seem strange that an anthroposophist should feel called upon to
    • Many people who call themselves practical imagine that their actions are
    • is found that their so-called “practical thought” is often not
    • can be called practical. What to them is known as practical thought or
    • clearly distinguish between genuine thinking and so-called “practical
    • which rings and globes detached themselves, thus mechanically bringing
    • logically to the cosmic system, he then would have been using complete
    • Thus, one calls up as graphically as possible an inner image of the two
    • thought forces are called up into our consciousness and if what has been
    • deliberately recall what occurred then and I will think about it if only for
    • If such exercises are practiced systematically again and again, it will
    • One tries at first in the crude way people usually recall past events to
    • be clear. The following exercise must be systematically practiced, saying
    • to oneself, “I shall recall exactly the person I saw yesterday, also the
    • effect. In this instance cause and effect seem logically connected. But this

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