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  • Title: The Ego: Lecture 3
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    • the Ego which employs the instruments of the senses. The ancient human
    • understand at all the evolution of humanity in the sense of occultism.
    • Nazareth, in the widest sense, as true Ego-hood [Ichheit]. It is
    • truly absolute nonsense. What is meant by it? Everybody in ancient
    • in the old sense: the divine spiritual thinks, feels, wills in me, but
    • to its sense-path: if you proceed in opposition to Waterman, there
    • world of sense, the pointing to that world as it works into the human
    • if one but first understands the words in the right sense — not
    • in the sense of this ancient speech, how then the Mark Gospel gets new
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: I: A Retrospect
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    • ordinary senses, but only with those senses which belong to him as a
    • spiritual world. In this sense every communication of spiritual facts
    • ordinary sense of truth of any age. Do you know what would happen to
    • formulate into any language that corresponded to a sound sense for
    • any egoistic sense. All that he gains is that he can be better than
    • desired which are in a sense egoistic.
    • giddiness through the “sense of balance of which you have heard
    • in anthroposophical lectures, the static-sense. And just as this
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: II: Some Practical Points of View
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    • revealed to the senses, this when it deals with mankind is called
    • discovered and investigated by means of the senses. It therefore
    • discover them for ourselves. And when through our own natural sense
    • that have reference to the external world of the senses. We must
    • even the world of the senses can reveal another world to us when we
    • facts. If we cannot see as far over the fields of the sense world as
    • purpose of evoking in you a sense of the manifold nature of truth.
    • understanding, that sound logic and a healthy sense of truth can
    • sense.
    • countenance of a living, spiritual world behind the sense world; and
    • through the evidences of my own senses of what is imparted to me as
    • in respect of sense-perception. In order to have the conception
    • ordinary perception of the senses an organ is necessary. You might
    • pictures of all that surrounds us; and these in a certain sense can
    • matter through which of the sense-organs they have come to us. We
    • of the senses, are the relics of impressions we have received by
    • means of the senses.
    • sense-world cannot give us — Ego-perception! This arises in us
    • stimulation of the senses, but that rise freely in the ego (as
    • sense-world? We receive pictures of the sense-world by having come in
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  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture I
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    • Because we receive this we bear within us, in a certain sense, the
    • was still, in a certain sense, something of the old connection with
    • studies human development in a wide sense, it is a most interesting
    • nonsense. This is not because of what astronomical science is in
    • certain sense is finished and a new life must begin. We must feel
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture II
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    • The Evangelists were not biographers in the ordinary sense of the
    • altogether from the sense-world. Expressions such as “prepare
    • drawn from the sense-world. It is as if the path were prepared with
    • or angel was only used in olden times in the sense employed by us
    • that man would become an ego-being in the fullest sense of the word.
    • sense, took possession of the soul of the re-incarnated Elias, lived
    • should not be translated in a symbolic sense by
    • soul-beings,” so that it is possible to sense a whole world in
    • sensed was happening in their soul-life. The uprising of the “I
    • ordered the soul-forces and is used in the sense employed to-day when
    • but to baptise in the higher sense described by John as the
    • senses he regards himself as reality, he has given himself over to
    • is perceived by the senses is delusion also. The sun as physical
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture III
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    • made by the senses. But observation as it is made by the senses can
    • senses. This is a most confused conception, people would be much
    • the human senses perceive the world as they do is connected with the
    • fills the sense organs, eyes, ears and so on, with the pictures it
    • the result of sense-observation and not reality. When we speak of
    • aided by the senses and the understanding connected with the brain,
    • organism, that is the understanding and sense-organisms, are
    • described, in a deeper sense, what we have often considered before:
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture IV
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    • the sense in which Paul saw them. For this sense is also that of the
    • fact nonsense, for the moment man exhales breath, the breath he had
    • cosmos. It is absolute nonsense to think we are enclosed within our
    • him. This in a certain sense is regarded as the sacrifice of
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture V
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    • is seen — when life is observed with sharpened senses —
    • are even seen to possess, in an entirely healthy sense, more
    • the astral body. Where a healthy sense of perception towards the
    • rather to find his connection with it. We become in a certain sense
    • expressed merely in an artistic sense, the man of sound thought will
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture VI
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    • introduced directly, and in a very profound sense, to the very Being
    • said: He is out of His senses, He is beside Himself.” —
    • sense in which Christ spoke of it will say in the near future:
    • their senses, ‘beside themselves’!
    • rise to a true understanding of the physical man of the sense world
    • to-day that they are called “of the senses,” things which
    • nonsense. There are no “motor nerves.” There are only
    • past, yet one sentence, in the higher moral sense just mentioned, has
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture VII
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    • occur, and if such things are not accepted in an external sense or
    • Greco-Latin period, which is reckoned by us in an occult sense as
    • in a Rosicrucian sense: — “It is your fault, not
    • world-movement in the sense of this legend, we can only see it in the
    • with ideas that have become ineffectual, because in the widest sense
    • resembles the transition from sense perception to spiritual
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: IV: The Path of Theosophy from Former Ages until Now
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    • sense we have called the “Rosicrucian path” has been
    • people do who trust to the senses — thereby remaining entangled
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture One: On the Investigation and Communication of Spiritual Truths
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    • reconcile their sense of truth with accepted Christian
    • senses but only by the faculties which belong to man as a
    • senses in this world, the truths concerning what lies beyond
    • branch of natural science. Yet in the strictest sense the
    • this sense every communication of spiritual facts is
    • grasped by a natural sense of truth and by sound reasoning.
    • healthy sense of truth.
    • senseless things. He seems to have lost his bearings in life.
    • this is clear. If we are to maintain balance and a sense of
    • lectures, the 'sense of balance or equilibrium'. Just as in a
    • and his own sense-perceptions, fall away and he has then to
    • in terms harmonising with our normal sense of truth and sound
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Two: Higher Knowledge and Man's Life of Soul
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    • claimed that such a picture is in any sense a complete
    • sense-observation. When this science deals with Man, we call
    • can be investigated by the senses and studied by means of
    • sense of truth is a reality and of untold value particularly
    • unable to do so could have no sense of the value these truths
    • sense-world presents to us. Spiritual truths are brought down
    • Theosophy. The sense-world itself can reveal another world if
    • beyond the field of sense-perception as does Theosophy itself
    • those on Anthroposophy, only in a quite different sense
    • healthy sense of truth and acceptable to sound reasoning.
    • soul, so all phenomena of the external sense-world are a
    • behind them. We understand sense-perceptions only when we can
    • it. If man were simply confronted by this sense-world and it
    • be a point in the sense-world where a longing for spiritual
    • of outer sense-perceptions. In order to have the mental
    • sense-perceptions reach us. You may think that no organ is
    • sense outside us. And now let us ask how this unique
    • channel for a sense-experience. We may smell some substance;
    • long as we live in the world of the senses, we have been able
    • impressions received from the sense-world. But there is one
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  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Three: The Tasks of the Fifth Post-Atlantean Epoch
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    • of the world of sense.
    • into the sense-world. This was a significant state of
    • interesting in a strictly scientific sense — apart from the
    • construct electrical apparatus. Science in the real sense is,
    • connected with Astrology as nonsense. This has nothing to do
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Four: The Symbolic Language of the Macrocosm in the Gospel of St. Mark
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    • Evangelists were not biographers in our sense of the word.
    • prophets may, in a certain sense, be included.
    • picture used was drawn from the realm of the senses. Phrases
    • sense-world — as if a way, or a path, were being prepared
    • in the sense in which we use it when, in speaking of the
    • otherwise the whole sense of the passage will be lost.
    • the full sense of the word. And whereas the mission of
    • sense can we understand what is meant when it is said that
    • present — in a certain sense; but complete assurance that
    • the ‘I’ was in a certain sense already present,
    • not be thought of as a man in the ordinary sense — took
    • ‘wilderness’ were meant in an external sense.
    • water, but in the higher sense described by John as
    • take him as you see him with your physical senses as being
    • senses. Even the Sun seen as a physical globe is a chimera.
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Five: The Two Main Streams of Post-Atlantean Civilisation
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    • world and this is the sense in which it is always spoken of
    • nothing but the result of what the senses perceive, and such
    • through his senses. But this is a misguided view and people
    • sense-organs — the eyes, the ears, and so on. Only an
    • is only a result of our sense-observation, not the
    • of the senses and the brain-bound mind. Hence man knows only
    • which must be understood in the sense I have indicated — a
    • physical realm of sense. Although the symptoms will not be
    • perceptible to the ordinary senses, it will be clear to
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Six: The Son of God and the Son of Man. The Sacrifice of Orpheus
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    • nonsense. Whenever he exhales he becomes part of the outer
    • and it is sheer nonsense to imagine that we are enclosed by
    • to lose. These forces tear Orpheus to pieces; in a sense, he
    • which in the real sense begins at the point of which we have
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Seven: The Higher Members of Man's Constitution
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    • in a certain sense when we turn our attention inwards, when
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Eight: Laws of Rhythm in the Domain of Soul-and-Spirit.
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    • Spirit in the truly Christian sense: There are many among
    • will be regarded as fantastic nonsense by the greater part of
    • world-evolution. Anyone who speaks in a contrary sense is
    • man in the sense-world as a spiritual being having a divine
    • nerves is nonsense. Motor nerves, as they are called, simply
    • physiological sense, is at a higher stage than the muscles.
    • verses apply, in the high moral sense I have indicated, to
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Nine: The Moon-Religion of Jahve and its Reflection in Arabism
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    • represent the exact sense in which the two ideas should be
    • the third epoch is in a certain sense repeated in the fifth.
    • the Graeco-Latin epoch which in the occult sense we reckon as
    • enduring stream in the sense indicated in the legend, we can
    • man whose faculty of sense-perception is developing into
    • a certain sense it is the adherents of Spiritual Science who
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Ten: Rosicrucian WIsdom in Folk-Mythology
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    • sense and produces obvious and definite results, these will
    • long, long time. In a definite sense what we have called the
    • perforce to experience a sense of deprivation and intense
    • to the sense-world and are imprisoned in illusion and maya.
    • we shall recognise with a sense of profound responsibility
    • scientific in the real sense and produces obvious and
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Eleven: Kyrios, The Lord of the Soul
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    • a sense of warmth and a picture of some outer condition, in
    • there is neither a sense of its holiness nor, as was once the
    • sense. The astral body properly belonged to the evolutionary
    • sheer nonsense. In ancient times everyone using the word
    • understand the sense in which he speaks about the future John
    • in this sense it is to be understood.
    • real sense, we must ascend to the realm of those forces.
    • the words are understood in their right sense — not in that
    • of our commonplace modern speech but in the sense of ancient
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Twelve: Mystery Teachings in St. Mark's Gospel
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    • AI or EI, with the sense of wonder it awakens in the soul.
    • of the physical plane furnished by the senses and intellect.
    • Earth-evolution began in the real sense a kind of
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Twelve Answers to Questions
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    • spiritual sense we shall certainly see again those who belong
    • Erudition and nonsense often go hand in hand!
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Three: The Lord of the Soul
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    • It is the I that uses the senses as instruments. When the ancients
    • most intense impulse. If Christ is taken into the I in the sense of
    • usually done, produces absolute nonsense. What does this word mean?
    • his closest disciples. With our senses we see the constellation
    • direction, not as it appears to our senses. Thus, we have to look at
    • senses Zarathustra had so powerfully announced; it points to that
    • wanted to show you that if we understand the words in the right sense
    • — not in the sense of our modern philistine language but in



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