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  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • Wonders of the World, Ordeals of the Soul and Revelations of the Spirit,
    • Wonders of the World, Ordeals of the Soul and Revelations of
    • Wonders of the World, Ordeals of the Souland
    • that great and wonderful discoveries have been made in all
    • wonderful facts that have come to light during the last few
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • Wonders of the World
    • wonderful answer! If nothing but that external culture which can be
    • 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
    • electricity hold sway in the everyday wonders of Nature. Thus
    • wonderful to see how each individual in undertaking his or her by no
    • — when we experience ‘wonder’, from which we derive
    • well be the resolution of all wonder and the liberation from all
    • What can be experienced from all these three — from the wonders
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • Wonders of the World
    • brings home to us the fact that the way man looks at the wonders of
    • of Nature as the female ruler of the wonders of Nature, the Greek
    • natural wonder. What is really the crucial event of the drama?
    • place among the wonders of Nature. He feels this clairvoyant capacity
    • expressions of the wonders of Nature within man himself. They show us
    • times there was prevalent an idea so wonderful, so impressive, that
    • fashion both with the forces of Nature and the wonders of Nature. How
    • ancient wonders of Nature are expressed in the figures of the ancient
    • knowledge in the astral body. How wonderful it is to find these
    • wonders in the genesis of the human organisation is expressed in this
    • make it aware of the etheric wonders of Nature around it. It will
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • Wonders of the World
    • Consequently what we today call a wonder, a miracle, did not bear its
    • the rainbow. So long as it cannot be explained it is as much a wonder
    • of Nature, a wonder of the world, a miracle, as anything else. Amid
    • enable us to acquire a profound insight, first into the wonders of
    • Now you may wonder
    • this script means to read the signs of the great world-wonders, which
    • complete understanding of what is at work in the cosmos as wonders of
    • he has seen the truth of the world with its wonders; then he begins
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • Wonders of the World
    • way the Greek had of experiencing the world and its wonders directly,
    • existence, into the wonders which constitute our own human
    • Lucifer's tragic longing, like a wonderful cosmic nostalgia,
    • Greek sense of one of the ‘wonders of the world’, and it
    • insight — those wonders of the world, those wonders of Nature
    • wonders of the world, those marvels of Nature, of which the Greeks
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • Wonders of the World
    • ancient Hebrew consciousness of God is wonderfully portrayed in that
    • Zeus, Poseidon, there were incarnated those wonders of the world
    • The Greeks had a wonderfully clear perception of this, and brought it
    • ‘world-wonders’ to which Spiritual Science provides the
    • man it merged with his bodily nature; this is wonderfully expressed
    • wonderfully what is given in the magnificent pictures of the old
    • like intelligence passing from land to land! And, wonderfully enough,
    • of the older and the younger Dionysos fit in wonderfully together;
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • Wonders of the World
    • the form it took. Since our actual subject is ‘Wonders of the
    • the eye (clairvoyant or otherwise) was directed upon the wonders of
    • the response of the human soul to wonders of the world?’ The
    • divine beings or divine forces. Hence in these wonderful clues we
    • the wonders of the world, we found that in the figure of Dionysos the
    • wonders of the world.
    • is also implicit in the wonderful, wisdom-filled form of the Dionysos
    • world-wonders in which the ancient Greek consciousness had placed
    • wonders of the world are to be found. We find secreted there how
    • Today when we discuss the wonders of the world in our prosaic,
    • those wonders than our laws that only skim the surface. This is true
    • depths of his soul, the ancient Greek wondered what the human form
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies, he wondered what they would look
    • Dionysos on his travels, that wonderful creation of picture forms
    • the wonderful Greek mythology, there we shall find the normal,
    • consciousness had an answer to wonders of the world which today may
    • about the wonders of the world, and then we shall be able to enter
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • Wonders of the World
    • into the wonders of the world, a deeper insight into what takes place
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • Wonders of the World
    • able to bring to adequate expression the great wonders of the world.
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    • Wonders of the World
    • understand fully what is meant by ‘Wonders of the World,
    • remarkable description of that ‘wonder of the world’, the
    • world-wonder — man contains such immensities, you can well
    • wonders of the world. It is the very essence of what we must call the
    • enable it to face all that we have called the world-wonders—the
    • wonders’ the further we penetrate into the
    • this kind exist too as regards the world-wonders. We face them with
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
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    • Wonders of the World
    • that the human being starts out from a feeling of wonder about things
    • and Beings and that from this feeling of wonder all philosophy, all
    • its way out of this feeling of wonder to something which reduces it.
    • The soul cannot remain at the stage of mere wonder, for in that way
    • continue to stand in amazement before the wonders of the world, it
    • instance how the ancient Greeks got rid of this wonder in quite a
    • Beings of Greek mythology, his feeling of wonder transformed itself
    • ‘world-wonders’. Today, in a world which is materialistic
    • wonder, we are not at all inclined to find the answer to the riddle
    • in the struggle to assuage our wonder at the marvels of the world.
    • solve the riddles of the world, the ‘wonders of the
    • confront him as world-wonders.
    • has no independence. It is no wonder that what we can gain from this
    • the true causes of world-phenomena and ‘world-wonders’.
    • ‘world-wonder’ which is man. Indeed the Christ Impulse
    • Wonders of the World’, and the compensation for our
    • lie hidden the ‘world-wonders’; wonder comes upon her as
    • last the ‘world-wonders’ find their solution, and the
    • ‘The Wonders of the World, the Ordeals of the Soul and the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • Wonders of the World
    • wonderful answer! If nothing but that external culture which can be
    • 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
    • electricity hold sway in the everyday wonders of Nature. Thus
    • wonderful to see how each individual in undertaking his or her by no
    • — when we experience ‘wonder’, from which we derive
    • well be the resolution of all wonder and the liberation from all
    • What can be experienced from all these three — from the wonders
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • Wonders of the World
    • brings home to us the fact that the way man looks at the wonders of
    • of Nature as the female ruler of the wonders of Nature, the Greek
    • natural wonder. What is really the crucial event of the drama?
    • place among the wonders of Nature. He feels this clairvoyant capacity
    • expressions of the wonders of Nature within man himself. They show us
    • times there was prevalent an idea so wonderful, so impressive, that
    • fashion both with the forces of Nature and the wonders of Nature. How
    • ancient wonders of Nature are expressed in the figures of the ancient
    • knowledge in the astral body. How wonderful it is to find these
    • wonders in the genesis of the human organisation is expressed in this
    • make it aware of the etheric wonders of Nature around it. It will
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • Wonders of the World
    • Consequently what we today call a wonder, a miracle, did not bear its
    • the rainbow. So long as it cannot be explained it is as much a wonder
    • of Nature, a wonder of the world, a miracle, as anything else. Amid
    • enable us to acquire a profound insight, first into the wonders of
    • Now you may wonder
    • this script means to read the signs of the great world-wonders, which
    • complete understanding of what is at work in the cosmos as wonders of
    • he has seen the truth of the world with its wonders; then he begins
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 4
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    • Wonders of the World
    • way the Greek had of experiencing the world and its wonders directly,
    • existence, into the wonders which constitute our own human
    • Lucifer's tragic longing, like a wonderful cosmic nostalgia,
    • Greek sense of one of the ‘wonders of the world’, and it
    • insight — those wonders of the world, those wonders of Nature
    • wonders of the world, those marvels of Nature, of which the Greeks
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • Wonders of the World
    • ancient Hebrew consciousness of God is wonderfully portrayed in that
    • Zeus, Poseidon, there were incarnated those wonders of the world
    • The Greeks had a wonderfully clear perception of this, and brought it
    • ‘world-wonders’ to which Spiritual Science provides the
    • man it merged with his bodily nature; this is wonderfully expressed
    • wonderfully what is given in the magnificent pictures of the old
    • like intelligence passing from land to land! And, wonderfully enough,
    • of the older and the younger Dionysos fit in wonderfully together;
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • Wonders of the World
    • the form it took. Since our actual subject is ‘Wonders of the
    • the eye (clairvoyant or otherwise) was directed upon the wonders of
    • the response of the human soul to wonders of the world?’ The
    • divine beings or divine forces. Hence in these wonderful clues we
    • the wonders of the world, we found that in the figure of Dionysos the
    • wonders of the world.
    • is also implicit in the wonderful, wisdom-filled form of the Dionysos
    • world-wonders in which the ancient Greek consciousness had placed
    • wonders of the world are to be found. We find secreted there how
    • Today when we discuss the wonders of the world in our prosaic,
    • those wonders than our laws that only skim the surface. This is true
    • depths of his soul, the ancient Greek wondered what the human form
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies, he wondered what they would look
    • Dionysos on his travels, that wonderful creation of picture forms
    • the wonderful Greek mythology, there we shall find the normal,
    • consciousness had an answer to wonders of the world which today may
    • about the wonders of the world, and then we shall be able to enter
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • Wonders of the World
    • into the wonders of the world, a deeper insight into what takes place
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • Wonders of the World
    • able to bring to adequate expression the great wonders of the world.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • Wonders of the World
    • understand fully what is meant by ‘Wonders of the World,
    • remarkable description of that ‘wonder of the world’, the
    • world-wonder — mancontains such immensities, you can well
    • wonders of the world. It is the very essence of what we must call the
    • enable it to face all that we have called the world-wonders—the
    • wonders’ the further we penetrate into the
    • this kind exist too as regards the world-wonders. We face them with
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 10
    Matching lines:
    • Wonders of the World
    • that the human being starts out from a feeling of wonder about things
    • and Beings and that from this feeling of wonder all philosophy, all
    • its way out of this feeling of wonder to something which reduces it.
    • The soul cannot remain at the stage of mere wonder, for in that way
    • continue to stand in amazement before the wonders of the world, it
    • instance how the ancient Greeks got rid of this wonder in quite a
    • Beings of Greek mythology, his feeling of wonder transformed itself
    • ‘world-wonders’. Today, in a world which is materialistic
    • wonder, we are not at all inclined to find the answer to the riddle
    • in the struggle to assuage our wonder at the marvels of the world.
    • solve the riddles of the world, the ‘wonders of the
    • confront him as world-wonders.
    • has no independence. It is no wonder that what we can gain from this
    • the true causes of world-phenomena and ‘world-wonders’.
    • ‘world-wonder’ which is man. Indeed the Christ Impulse
    • Wonders of the World’, and the compensation for our
    • lie hidden the ‘world-wonders’; wonder comes upon her as
    • last the ‘world-wonders’ find their solution, and the
    • ‘The Wonders of the World, the Ordeals of the Soul and the



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