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  • Title: What is Self-knowledge?
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    • Godhead, who is recognised; yet it will not occur to anyone to
  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • inspiration of the Initiates actually occurred in the
  • Title: Poetry/Fairy Tales: Lecture 2: The Interpretation of Fairy Tales
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    • occur to us but must be willing to recognize anthroposophical wisdom
    • the whole world of fairy tales. Everything that occurs in a tale,
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • he will never arrive at the point where the right thing occurs to him
    • nothing else occurs to you at the moment, then you can have recourse,
    • mistakes in thought occur very frequently. Indeed, it must be said that
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • increased volume. It never occurred to this highly “practical”
    • would never have occurred. Had this fact been observed and applied
    • in the same way that the transition occurred in nature, it shall be found
    • our expectation occurs, we review our thoughts and try to discover our
    • reason for things occurring as they did. If we are right, however, we must
    • But our thinking can also be trained in other directions. An occurrence of
    • occurred today, I must believe that it was prepared by this or that event
    • that occurred yesterday or perhaps the day before.”
    • We then find out what had actually occurred and so discover whether or
    • Instead we come to feel as if our own thinking occurred within the things
    • occurred that, when he had planned to do something, he would go to the
    • whom the right idea usually does not occur at the right time.
    • the right idea occurs to him at the right moment.
    • of something that occurred two years ago during a walk. I will
    • deliberately recall what occurred then and I will think about it if only for
    • ordinary course of the day. If nothing occurs to him to think about, he
    • thoughts occur when needed. Through these exercises thinking will
    • remember something that occurred, let us say, yesterday. Such
    • students who took the test, only two had observed an occurrence
    • accurately as he can what actually occurred. Where recollections fail he
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