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  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • the Greek temple architecture.— Think of what happens
    • And now think of
    • Think of Raphael's Sistine Madonna, or
  • Title: Regarding Higher Worlds
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    • inwardly active in such circles, will think back to a time when
    • Just think about yourself, how you may observe your soul in the
    • and how this feeling lived in the soul. Then think how your
    • difficult to imagine, because you have to think, that the very
  • Title: What is Self-knowledge?
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    • thinking, a self-evident requirement: just like an oven warms a
    • themselves. Thus it is with the anthroposophic way of thinking,
    • consider the question: what is karmic thinking?
    • this case, “karmic thinking?” I was here in a
    • become a life-hypothesis. Will he give me a slap if I think
    • The human being doesn't think that when he lifts himself for a
    • thinking about the self without all-embracing world-knowledge,
  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • astral body. What is this called? Just think how one of the
    • when he announced the laws, if we only think abstractly about
  • Title: Way of Knowledge
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    • impulses, as a way of thinking and in no other way can we
    • acquire the right way of thinking about things around us,
    • stone, I'm hurting it also. As a result, when people think
    • need to think about this knowledge and should allow such
    • pick it. From this we can get the notion that we can think what
    • experience pain. Just think about it, what a large part of the
    • think that, what we call the “I” (Ich) in spiritual
    • what we call forces of nature, were linked to human thinking
  • Title: The Mission of Savonarola
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    • he wished. Lorenzo de Medici was a distinguished thinker. He
  • Title: The Theory of Categories / Kategorienlehre
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    • Hegel). There we recognized thinking as the capacity, to
    • only really speak of thinking, when it takes its course in
    • in all true conceptual thinking we relate ourselves to the
    • behind our thinking soul there stands the super-sensible
    • thinking men are in general quite unclear as to this. When I
    • observation calls forth the thinking, and it is only this
    • demand at the same time that it should renounce all thinking.
    • For thinking, according to its nature, transcends what is
    • is all one what you think about them, but the concept would
    • concept of WERDEN then, we are thinking of nothing else than
    • strictly trained thinker is so hard to understand. When a
    • think in connection with [it] of something diverse from it as
    • is a splendid schooling for thinking.
    • projected into reality in thinking.
    • otherwise than by thinking therein of APPEARANCE penetrated
  • Title: Lecture: A Chapter of Occult History
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    • means if you think of the following.
    • purpose we do well to think, to begin with, of the old
    • thinking, to form a true idea of the kind of knowledge
    • human forces. — We need think only of how the Egyptians
    • purpose it will be especially helpful to think about that
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • thinking habits, and powers of concentration.
    • practical way of thinking is not thinking at all, but the mere
    • line. Anyone who thinks along different lines they regard as a
    • very unpractical person. In effect, his thinking does not accord with
    • distinguish true thinking from the so-called practical thinking, which
    • necessary demands on his thinking activity. To acquire the right
    • which we must think of all the works of nature of all the natural
    • thinks about things, he is only thinking after, he is only re-thinking,
    • nice little object lesson, so they think, to show the pupil how such
    • unpractical way of thinking can draw this conclusion from the experiment.
    • thinking practical, we must first know that thoughts can only be
    • easily transcend the stage of abstract thinking. When a man has full
    • admit how important it is to develop true thinking.
    • thinking will become practical, even though it may not appear so at
    • our thinking. No, we must have faith that outside in the reality of
    • but first of all to think, in mental images as clear as possible, the
    • objective way of thinking. It is especially valuable to take this
    • speculating, but try to sketch out a picture of what you think
    • place. If it does take place as we expected, our thinking was
    • expected, then we try to think where we made the mistake. Thus we try
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  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • thinking habits, and powers of concentration.
    • exercises given here for improving one's memory, observation, thinking
    • spheres can be brought together through the experience of thinking. He
    • thinking” will reveal the fact that it generally contains little that
    • thinking consists in following the example of some authority whose ideas are
    • accepted as a standard in the construction of some object. Anyone who thinks
    • clearly distinguish between genuine thinking and so-called “practical
    • thinking” that is merely reasoning in traditional ruts of thought.
    • True practice in thinking presupposes a right attitude and proper feeling
    • for thinking. How can a right attitude toward thinking be attained?
    • demands on his thinking. He who would acquire the right feeling for
    • and learn to understand them through thinking, then these things
    • activities and behind them are spiritual beings. Thus, when a man thinks
    • about things he only re-thinks what is already in them. The belief that the
    • healthy thinking. Similar errors of thought play a great part especially in
    • this, he will easily be converted to a practical habit of thinking based on
    • Let us now look at that practice of thinking that is of special importance
    • importance of the development of right thinking.
    • Let us suppose that someone resolves to fructify his thinking to such a
    • and again to shape his thinking according to these rules, certain effects
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