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  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • way. However far we look back into past ages, as long as one
    • the divine worlds were no longer the highest, creative worlds
    • man realises, although the physical is no longer seen: What I
    • Power proclaimed so long in advance, actually appeared on the
    • them nothing but longing and grief. For their life had taken
    • Goddess, still wholly spiritual, belonging to the age when
    • reached only after death’, holds good no longer. For
  • Title: Regarding Higher Worlds
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    • life. Long before we can happily penetrate to perceiving the
    • our physical plane which belong to the various kingdoms of
    • that belongs to a physical being is actually spatially linked
    • another and someone insists the two belong together although no
    • quite outstanding members belong to a single being. Confusing
    • same and that which belong together, can't always be glimpsed
    • long as it is contained within the physical body. As long as
    • separated but belongs together, so that we, for every animal
    • divided. As long as this happens it is mainly the etheric
    • there as long as we can see, hear and taste it and when we
    • that they belong to one another, and experience an enlightening
    • feelings from life in the physical and you desire and long for
    • it. Take for example a gourmet, who longs for delicious food.
    • desires but no longer the physical organs to satisfy them. Thus
    • thus you no longer sway between desire and denial. These are
    • the nuances of feelings in the astral plane as long as the
  • Title: What is Self-knowledge?
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    • discover a certain relationship the self brings along,
    • ask ourselves to which member of mankind we actually belong. We
    • group to which we belong through family, race and folk, in
    • belongs to genuine self-knowledge. Through this you gradually
    • has an independent existence; cut it off and it is no longer a
    • couple of kilometres above the earth, he is no longer a human
  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • being something to the people even if they could no longer see
    • are no longer the physical but the astral plane, he will not
    • descend lower. It is no longer possible for Osiris to step on
    • that you may fare well and live long on earth.” It is
  • Title: Way of Knowledge
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    • entire earth. Just as hair belongs to all human beings, so
    • fact seriously then we no longer argue about dry cerebral
    • the sun, which man could through long, long earthly cycles only
    • long, but for the spiritual researcher they are short to name
  • Title: The Mission of Savonarola
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    • unsuitable. It didn't take long — with some single
  • Title: The Rishis
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    • Indians longed for was held up by the holy Rishis. They
    • long for the pure harmonious expressions and constructions of
  • Title: Poetry/Fairy Tales: Lecture 2: The Interpretation of Fairy Tales
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    • what you have promised. You shall eat and drink well, as long as you
    • suchlike; then he hid himself. The bears came along, ate and drank
    • a long time. “If you want to see my strength, if you want to
    • magic horse. At last they reached a castle made of glass. Long before
    • They lived for a long, long time. No one knows how long, but if they
    • of gigantic strength. The giants are also stupid, because they belong
    • that our intellectual soul has a strong kind of longing to unite with
    • already distanced ourselves from the forces of nature and no longer
    • pulled the thread and the first giant came along; but the moment that
    • the dawn. They looked at each other and said; “Oh! what a long
    • night!” “Yes,” he said, “it was a long
    • little goldfish came swimming along. As soon as he touched them, they
    • they have long since been dead.
  • Title: Novalis: On his Hymns to the Night
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    • impressive Novalis bust. It belongs to the classic records of
  • Title: The Theory of Categories / Kategorienlehre
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    • 3 So long
    • forthwith exclude everything that does not belong to the
    • concepts. Only SEIN AND NICHTSEIN belong thereto. Wherefore a
  • Title: Lecture: A Chapter of Occult History
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    • intense longing for their primeval, spiritual homeland. They
    • of the Spiritual. Hence their longing for the Spiritual and
    • still longed for the spiritual world. They saw the stars, the
    • secrets to which men could no longer look up from the
    • power. In terms of modern language it is no longer possible
    • heed and hear me, ye who from near and far long for this.
    • Mark well my words! For no longer may the false teacher
    • world, but no longer with the clarity of vision that
    • no longer regarded it as maya or illusion. They looked up to
    • who no longer needed to descend to the physical world,
    • of belonging to Osiris gradually faded away. While culture
    • rebirth, and longed for the life between birth and death with
    • longer behold; at most he could have awakened a longing for
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • “jogging along” with old opinions and acquired habits of
    • line. Anyone who thinks along different lines they regard as a
    • century it was a very long and troublesome business to post a letter.
    • long as he speculates, this astral body of man is the slave of his
    • things. We no longer have the feeling that the things are outside, and
    • no longer be satisfied with that. You must set to work systematically
    • waistcoat-buttons. You will no longer overlook anything, but every
    • stands at the lathe or behind the plough, or whether he belongs to the
    • in thought come about, and how they will no longer happen to a man who
    • of thinkers have committed a grave error. Such errors will no longer be
    • in the sense of those who can only think on along the accustomed
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • As long as the
    • fact that we are growing together with things. We no longer feel that they
    • develop one's memory, one can no longer be content with this. This must
    • belongs to one of the professions. If he will practice these exercises, he
    • no longer make such mistakes. Suppose someone concludes that man as
    • thinking. Errors like these, however, will no longer occur to the one who

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