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  • Title: What is Self-knowledge?
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    • utterly necessary. The fundamental anthroposophic attitude must
  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • What we have examined in the developmental route of mankind in
  • Title: Lecture: A Chapter of Occult History
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    • homeland between death and rebirth. Such was the fundamental
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • And now he makes a distinct and accurate mental image of what he has
    • more to form an exact mental image of it.
    • way he forms clear mental images of successive conditions, he will soon
    • but first of all to think, in mental images as clear as possible, the
    • connections within us. And we must do it simply in mental pictures,
    • strives to call forth clear mental images of processes and events
    • simply form in ourselves mental images, clear pictures of successive
    • an accurate mental image of what he was wearing — his coat, his
    • to get mental images as graphic as possible, including the real
    • acquiring a wider mental outlook, a deeper and more far-reaching way
    • if once we train this fundamental element in life: our thinking. A
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • these are actual, practical and fundamental principles. If he will try again
    • not seem so. Other additional mental experiences of quite a different kind
    • also will come to the one who applies these fundamental principles.
    • events as exactly as possible in mental pictures, and then place these
    • mental pictures of successive events, to that extent do the inner thoughts
    • at all to change one's mental process through difficult exercises, but to
    • remembered is added imaginatively in order to have a completed mental
    • thought, but it can also be said that all our feelings and mental habits are
    • merely follow the mental ruts of others but in such a way that the reality
    • in the practical use of this fundamental principle, our thinking, we shall

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