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  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • inner nature of the human being and the failure, in spite of
    • the passage of time, as least as to their nature and purpose,
    • anatomist, Carl Gegenbaur. In accordance with his nature,
    • and that there is no such thing as a soul-nature independent
    • research. They cast a veil over the real nature of the facts.
    • must reflect that, considering the nature of the premise from
    • understand the laws of nature were everywhere fertilised by
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • primeval times welled forth in human nature, so that clairvoyant
    • human soul directly out of elemental Nature the forces which led to
    • human nature. And then this ancient Greek said to himself: ‘In
    • whose knowledge of nature and her laws is assumed to be as useful for
    • ‘Wonders of Nature, Ordeals of the Soul and Revelations of the
    • the greatest wonders of Nature, she is an archetypal form which
    • Nature's wonder like the song of the lark. It was still felt
    • back to those far distant times when human nature was so unified that
    • human feeling, the whole marvel of human nature is immediately
    • human nature. When Demeter is on the stage we feel it streaming
    • electricity hold sway in the everyday wonders of Nature. Thus
    • of Nature, from the ordeals of the soul, from the redeeming
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • nature of this act, and only one — a goddess — partook of
    • Nature changes in course of time. Our natural science is proud of its
    • interpretation of Nature. There seems little ground for this pride
    • of Nature as the female ruler of the wonders of Nature, the Greek
    • of Eleusis thus express to the nature of man himself? What in terms
    • doing today in human nature? In the opening chapters of a little book
    • lie deep in the subconscious, forces which in outer Nature are
    • still older ruler, both of the forces of external Nature and of the
    • fruitful forces of Nature appeared to him, what did he say? He said
    • spiritual world. The same forces of Nature which have given me my
    • him by the powers of Nature, by divine Beings. When man turned his
    • ‘Outside in Nature, forces are at work; through my breathing
    • place among the wonders of Nature. He feels this clairvoyant capacity
    • forces within human nature comes about as a result of the
    • expressions of the wonders of Nature within man himself. They show us
    • nature — her forces which were active in the plants and caused
    • her child to be born in that human nature. That is what Demeter did
    • fashion both with the forces of Nature and the wonders of Nature. How
    • gave him his food, also as the cosmic power of Nature who, when he
    • child Persephone lost in man's nature, saw her raped as it were
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  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • certain scientific connotation. It is the word NATURE. When the word
    • nature’ is used in any context it at once arouses in
    • modern man a whole number of ideas. We think of nature as the
    • nature’ simply did not exist for Greek thought. You have
    • nature’ if you wish to enter into the thought of ancient
    • Greece. The contrast between nature and spirit which we today
    • mathematical-mechanical laws. Such a nature — a nature which is
    • laws, a nature which is not simply the physiognomy of
    • hear how the concept ‘nature’ as understood by modern man
    • times Spirit and Nature were in full harmony with one another.
    • it was obvious that everything which takes place in Nature is
    • happenings in the ordering of Nature and rarer events. The one kind
    • nature, things which follow the laws accepted today by the physicist,
    • caused in the human soul by this opposition between Nature and
    • vision, an event outside the ordinary processes of nature, affects
    • today there is a longing to reconcile the opposition between nature
    • to examine the activity and nature of laws in the physical world
    • opposition between spirit and nature. We must set to work out of new
    • of Nature, a wonder of the world, a miracle, as anything else. Amid
    • active which form the rainbow out of the ingredients of Nature; there
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • outset of this course that the Greeks thought of the whole of Nature
    • as permeated by Spirit; they had no such conception of nature as we
    • — whom he really thought of as quite remote from human nature.
    • outside, a divine figure with a certain affinity with human nature,
    • of a superhuman nature, Beings who had already completed their human
    • soul-nature backward Angel Beings from the Moon. It was these
    • earthly being of sense. But in His essential nature the Christ is not
    • nature of Christ Himself, but also the nature of another figure, of
    • with them, nothing remains in His nature which could look back with
    • of the Luciferic nature seen from the cosmic aspect. Clairvoyant
    • insight — those wonders of the world, those wonders of Nature
    • To grasp this is to have a spiritualised conception of nature and of
    • pantheism which gives out that all Nature is permeated with a uniform
    • point of attraction of a material nature to which other material
    • possible to bring the universal nature of the Christ into a right
    • wonders of the world, those marvels of Nature, of which the Greeks
    • us to his inner nature, to the ordeals of his soul.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • finished on a note of interrogation as to his nature. As everybody
    • arisen in your minds as to the nature of the Greek gods in general. I
    • them knowledge of a Luciferic, a superhuman nature, so in the Greek
    • severs his essential soul-nature from his bodily part, as soon as
    • Dionysos really belonged, to a time when he infused into human nature
    • impulses of human nature, those which work in an animal, an
    • instinctive nature, from hunger and other allied instincts to the
    • lower nature? These lower instincts do constitute egohood, but there
    • is something in human nature which lifts us above them. It is the
    • nature plunged in its egotism. It is only because something else is
    • instincts in the erotic life, then human nature is being purified and
    • course of time, for at present there is much in human nature to give
    • man it merged with his bodily nature; this is wonderfully expressed
    • in the Greek myth in the fact that the Dionysos-nature is concealed
    • what emanates from man's lower bodily nature. Thus we see how
    • very nature allied with the Zeus hierarchy. Because of this, ancient
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • concept of nature and natural existence which is generally accepted
    • Greek response to the riddle of the world was not a law of nature as
    • nature of things. For why is the world different today from what it
    • nature, and thus have called forth a reality of our own inner being
    • our hearts, to our whole soul-nature.
    • had been transplanted into a world to which, if the true nature of
    • the real ego, it is truly of such a nature that the real egos in Adam
    • only paid attention to the outer beauties of Nature, even the Greek
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • true being of man, his fourfold nature, is taken into account, the
    • this, I can only say a few words about the nature of human knowledge.
    • have to ask ourselves where in human nature those processes take
    • penetrate into the nature of things. Hence in the lectures on
    • essential and most important in man's own nature, by what
    • Nature, which man in his present bodily form has really grown out of.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • into human nature, and we also saw how the Greeks experienced these forces
    • this nature is indicated towards the end of the second of my
    • influences play their part in man, in his whole nature and being. And
    • being plunges more deeply into his own nature and his own being that
    • such that when they condensed in accordance with their own nature
    • post-Atlantean epochs there have been at work in human nature not
    • Cronos began to crystallise, at once something hidden in the nature
    • were also called the gods of the underworld, gods in whose nature
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • Spiritual Science as in their nature working through the Earth.
    • were the lion nature to work upon it and to modify its structure. The
    • which stand out separately in the Sphinx are in human nature inwardly
    • existed solely in the sun, and yet was akin to the nature of the
    • find in his writings a remarkable teaching about the nature of man, a
    • instrument of human nature. Owing to the way it has been formed since
    • of the instincts, desires, passions and emotions of human nature
    • man who has progressed to real spiritual knowledge of human nature
    • nature; there is something else working in me all the
    • kingdoms of Nature which are our environment. Yes; we must face the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • lies in the abstract ‘laws of nature’ of today, is the
    • through the laws of nature is like a squeezed-out lemon! This is
    • nature.
    • is there below in his astral, etheric and physical natures. Together
    • enters. What we ourselves have done to this divine nature of ours
    • wax strong and powerful, their will-nature comes to the fore. Whereas
    • a lower nature in ourselves, and are thrown back upon ourselves worse
    • own will-nature. This is what brings about the severe ordeals which
    • its start from the phenomena of external nature, and traced these
    • is of the nature of will, into which we should otherwise plunge as if
    • will-nature, and draw near to the cosmos, as soon as we thus emerge
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • primeval times welled forth in human nature, so that clairvoyant
    • human soul directly out of elemental Nature the forces which led to
    • human nature. And then this ancient Greek said to himself: ‘In
    • whose knowledge of nature and her laws is assumed to be as useful for
    • ‘Wonders of Nature, Ordeals of the Soul and Revelations of the
    • the greatest wonders of Nature, she is an archetypal form which
    • Nature's wonder like the song of the lark. It was still felt
    • back to those far distant times when human nature was so unified that
    • human feeling, the whole marvel of human nature is immediately
    • human nature. When Demeter is on the stage we feel it streaming
    • electricity hold sway in the everyday wonders of Nature. Thus
    • of Nature, from the ordeals of the soul, from the redeeming
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • nature of this act, and only one — a goddess — partook of
    • Nature changes in course of time. Our natural science is proud of its
    • interpretation of Nature. There seems little ground for this pride
    • of Nature as the female ruler of the wonders of Nature, the Greek
    • of Eleusis thus express to the nature of man himself? What in terms
    • doing today in human nature? In the opening chapters of a little book
    • lie deep in the subconscious, forces which in outer Nature are
    • still older ruler, both of the forces of external Nature and of the
    • fruitful forces of Nature appeared to him, what did he say? He said
    • spiritual world. The same forces of Nature which have given me my
    • him by the powers of Nature, by divine Beings. When man turned his
    • ‘Outside in Nature, forces are at work; through my breathing
    • place among the wonders of Nature. He feels this clairvoyant capacity
    • forces within human nature comes about as a result of the
    • expressions of the wonders of Nature within man himself. They show us
    • nature — her forces which were active in the plants and caused
    • her child to be born in that human nature. That is what Demeter did
    • fashion both with the forces of Nature and the wonders of Nature. How
    • gave him his food, also as the cosmic power of Nature who, when he
    • child Persephone lost in man's nature, saw her raped as it were
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • certain scientific connotation. It is the word NATURE. When the word
    • nature’ is used in any context it at once arouses in
    • modern man a whole number of ideas. We think of nature as the
    • nature’ simply did not exist for Greek thought. You have
    • nature’ if you wish to enter into the thought of ancient
    • Greece. The contrast between nature and spirit which we today
    • mathematical-mechanical laws. Such a nature — a nature which is
    • laws, a nature which is not simply the physiognomy of
    • hear how the concept ‘nature’ as understood by modern man
    • times Spirit and Nature were in full harmony with one another.
    • it was obvious that everything which takes place in Nature is
    • happenings in the ordering of Nature and rarer events. The one kind
    • nature, things which follow the laws accepted today by the physicist,
    • caused in the human soul by this opposition between Nature and
    • vision, an event outside the ordinary processes of nature, affects
    • today there is a longing to reconcile the opposition between nature
    • to examine the activity and nature of laws in the physical world
    • opposition between spirit and nature. We must set to work out of new
    • of Nature, a wonder of the world, a miracle, as anything else. Amid
    • active which form the rainbow out of the ingredients of Nature; there
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • outset of this course that the Greeks thought of the whole of Nature
    • as permeated by Spirit; they had no such conception of nature as we
    • — whom he really thought of as quite remote from human nature.
    • outside, a divine figure with a certain affinity with human nature,
    • of a superhuman nature, Beings who had already completed their human
    • soul-nature backward Angel Beings from the Moon. It was these
    • earthly being of sense. But in His essential nature the Christ is not
    • nature of Christ Himself, but also the nature of another figure, of
    • with them, nothing remains in His nature which could look back with
    • of the Luciferic nature seen from the cosmic aspect. Clairvoyant
    • insight — those wonders of the world, those wonders of Nature
    • To grasp this is to have a spiritualised conception of nature and of
    • pantheism which gives out that all Nature is permeated with a uniform
    • point of attraction of a material nature to which other material
    • possible to bring the universal nature of the Christ into a right
    • wonders of the world, those marvels of Nature, of which the Greeks
    • us to his inner nature, to the ordeals of his soul.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • finished on a note of interrogation as to his nature. As everybody
    • arisen in your minds as to the nature of the Greek gods in general. I
    • them knowledge of a Luciferic, a superhuman nature, so in the Greek
    • severs his essential soul-nature from his bodily part, as soon as
    • Dionysos really belonged, to a time when he infused into human nature
    • impulses of human nature, those which work in an animal, an
    • instinctive nature, from hunger and other allied instincts to the
    • lower nature? These lower instincts do constitute egohood, but there
    • is something in human nature which lifts us above them. It is the
    • nature plunged in its egotism. It is only because something else is
    • instincts in the erotic life, then human nature is being purified and
    • course of time, for at present there is much in human nature to give
    • man it merged with his bodily nature; this is wonderfully expressed
    • in the Greek myth in the fact that the Dionysos-nature is concealed
    • what emanates from man's lower bodily nature. Thus we see how
    • very nature allied with the Zeus hierarchy. Because of this, ancient
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • concept of nature and natural existence which is generally accepted
    • Greek response to the riddle of the world was not a law of nature as
    • nature of things. For why is the world different today from what it
    • nature, and thus have called forth a reality of our own inner being
    • our hearts, to our whole soul-nature.
    • had been transplanted into a world to which, if the true nature of
    • the real ego, it is truly of such a nature that the real egos in Adam
    • only paid attention to the outer beauties of Nature, even the Greek
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • true being of man, his fourfold nature, is taken into account, the
    • this, I can only say a few words about the nature of human knowledge.
    • have to ask ourselves where in human nature those processes take
    • penetrate into the nature of things. Hence in the lectures on
    • essential and most important in man's own nature, by what
    • Nature, which man in his present bodily form has really grown out of.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • into human nature, and we also saw how the Greeks experienced these forces
    • this nature is indicated towards the end of the second of my
    • influences play their part in man, in his whole nature and being. And
    • being plunges more deeply into his own nature and his own being that
    • such that when they condensed in accordance with their own nature
    • post-Atlantean epochs there have been at work in human nature not
    • Cronos began to crystallise, at once something hidden in the nature
    • were also called the gods of the underworld, gods in whose nature
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • Spiritual Science as in their nature working through the Earth.
    • were the lion nature to work upon it and to modify its structure. The
    • which stand out separately in the Sphinx are in human nature inwardly
    • existed solely in the sun, and yet was akin to the nature of the
    • find in his writings a remarkable teaching about the nature of man, a
    • instrument of human nature. Owing to the way it has been formed since
    • of the instincts, desires, passions and emotions of human nature
    • man who has progressed to real spiritual knowledge of human nature
    • nature; there is something else working in me all the
    • kingdoms of Nature which are our environment. Yes; we must face the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • lies in the abstract ‘laws of nature’ of today, is the
    • through the laws of nature is like a squeezed-out lemon! This is
    • nature.
    • is there below in his astral, etheric and physical natures. Together
    • enters. What we ourselves have done to this divine nature of ours
    • wax strong and powerful, their will-nature comes to the fore. Whereas
    • a lower nature in ourselves, and are thrown back upon ourselves worse
    • own will-nature. This is what brings about the severe ordeals which
    • its start from the phenomena of external nature, and traced these
    • is of the nature of will, into which we should otherwise plunge as if
    • will-nature, and draw near to the cosmos, as soon as we thus emerge



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