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  • Title: Life Between ... I: Investigations Into Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • communicating certain things to his fellowmen from the spiritual
    • correctness. My aim is to impart something out of such verified
    • everyday life on the physical plane we go from one thing to another
    • while the things themselves remain stationary. This is not so in the
    • spiritual world where we must bring things to us, to the point to
    • were, go out of ourselves, penetrate the things and then bring them
    • change things, to correct what we have perceived or done wrongly.
    • things present themselves in a true or false aspect according to the
    • begin with one can only learn certain things about oneself from these
    • nothing more than the mirroring of our own being. Our own disposition
    • seem objective to us, they may be nothing more than the reflection of
    • perceive nothing more than what was within our own soul before death.
    • certain specific things that happened before death. For instance, the
    • divine was understood merely as something abstract in the whole of
    • everything unless we were able to hold on to one particular
    • nothing whatever to do with any form of denominational Christianity.
  • Title: Life Between ... II: Investigations Into Life Between Death and Rebirth 2
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    • relationship to the Christ. We must grasp something further. The time
    • The remarkable thing is that one does not experience the events in
    • in things. We realize that the recollections we still have at this
    • fact, for this phase it appears as if Christ had given us everything
    • Lucifer gives us everything unrelated to the earth. Our former human
    • the spheres. We perceive everything as harmonies rather than the
    • everything you have to object to in your own last incarnation is
    • Life between death and a new birth is full of content, but one thing
    • is missing. We do in fact recapitulate everything we have experienced
    • world already equipped with everything he has to learn during
  • Title: Life Between ... III: Mans Journey Through the Planetary Spheres
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    • sleep everything he experiences perishes and must come into being
    • that everything a man can have in his consciousness is accompanied by
    • Everything you experience must be linked, and indeed it is, with the
    • This question shows that apparently simple things are not so easily
    • after such a thing happens. In other words, the child becomes aware
    • child puts his hand on something there is an impact on a small scale
    • come in contact with things. Indeed it must do so perpetually. Where
    • do the impacts take place? An entity that contacts nothing can have
    • bodies on the other. Exactly the same thing happens as when there is
    • have acquired knowledge of something but have forgotten all about it,
    • happen if something beyond our power works upon us. It is quite
    • between death and new birth is nothing but a process of drawing from
    • clairvoyant, he knows everything! It is by no means so. In the
    • by bit,” as it were. Even in respect to things that have been
    • lecture it cannot be expected that everything will be proved and
    • domain of the occultism studied here is there anything that does not
    • things that inspired the greatest wonder in him were the starry
    • things, but in fact they are one and the same. Why does a feeling of
    • these. To one who has no desire to ask anything, but lives his life
    • in a state of dull apathy — to him the stars will tell nothing.
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  • Title: Life Between ... IV: Recent Results of Occult Investigation Into Life
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    • to present things in a more exact and accurate way. So today I would
    • everything is reversed in the spiritual world. I will refer to two
    • exert ourselves to participate in drawing things towards us. Apart
    • from this, in the rest of outer lie everything from morning until
    • There one cannot be active, one cannot draw anything towards one by
    • moving from one place to another. Nor can one bring anything to one
    • example. Above all, for something to happen in the spiritual world it
    • world. We simply cannot say that anything happens in the spiritual
    • then wait patiently to see how things come to pass. This calmness of
    • we have something analogous. The artist who cannot wait will not be
    • Let us consider an initiate who knew that something was to happen at
    • spiritual events occur. The most important thing is to wait the
    • life. Here we have to gather things together to work and exert
    • spiritual plane. There something similar to a rose would not appear
    • the things of the spirit towards us, and secondly, inner rest, a
    • whether something happens through us or through another person. This
    • should not deter us from doing everything that has to be done. It
    • do something. One should not love something because one has done it
    • Now, as I wish to speak more intimately of these things, I shall have
    • to use a more descriptive form. Certain things may sound rather
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  • Title: Life Between ... V: Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • among many other things, to make new investigations into a subject of
    • Something can be communicated about these matters because, as you
    • communicate something about this realm.
    • the sense world we must move about to perceive things. The opposite
    • more everything in the way of inner movement is excluded, the less we
    • strive to draw a thing towards us, the longer we are capable of
    • allow things to approach us. That is an essential point. We must
    • develop inner silence. Then things will come to us.
    • physical world. In addition, something else may cause great pain to
    • anything we may experience in the physical world. It gives rise to a
    • anything. To begin with, things must remain as they are. The
    • changing anything. Things must take their course, regardless. We look
    • consequences of our actions, knowing full well that nothing can be
    • chief thing is the aftermath of our earthly relationship, just as
    • things that souls did not come into this Venus sphere with a common
    • is not contained in his sacred writings. The fact that things are
    • discovered at a later date has nothing to do with the equal
    • Whereas the other creeds essentially have something egoistical about
    • is one who knows that something real happened in the Mystery of
    • that flowed from Golgotha is one thing, and the understanding of it
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  • Title: Life Between ... VI: Life Between Death and Rebirth 2
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    • He is interested in the things that interested him on earth. The
    • something incomplete rises into the consciousness of the human being.
    • or even hates something, while in his subconsciousness there is a
    • powerful longing for the very thing he hates in his upper
    • who slanders anthroposophy, bringing forward all manner of things
    • wish for it. It may well occur that a man slanders those things in
    • and this is applicable to many other things, experience after death a
    • apparently showed no wish for some particular thing, and in whom,
    • everything connected with it will, under all circumstances, make an
    • zealous anthroposophist, the other does not wish to hear anything
    • astral body. Things of considerable significance and of which we are
    • something of spiritual wisdom, must forego this wish, it will remain
    • the only way in which the things that play into our soul can be
    • would have happened to him had things gone just a little differently.
    • things that arise in the soul we must include what has just been
    • described. After death many things appear vividly before the soul of
    • have been able to do some good. A host of things that one has not
    • Are not the things of which we have been speaking really there? Let
    • of this. To the materialist the fact of not knowing something is
    • importance to the fact that he knows or does not know something
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  • Title: Life Between ... VII: The Working of Karma in Life After Death
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    • do so, whether in thinking about the things of the physical plan or
    • about spiritual things, we shall commit the error of not reaching the
    • something, is dependent. We likewise feel a dependency in our
    • have something immediately present in our own souls in which the gods
    • outside is space with things and beings. This is not so after death.
    • things out there is an experience that we do not have after death.
    • This depends entirely on inner relationships and has nothing to do
    • draws to a close, man leaves behind him as if removed everything that
    • there, that is, everything that developed in his soul life as a
    • nothing to change it. It has to remain as it is. Life connections
    • Above all, we should be clear about one thing. During the early
    • science during a lifetime, to reject it and everything connected with
    • if we only consider the things of the physical plane with mere waking
    • believes that he cannot know anything apart from what he observes by
    • nothing unusual has happened apparently. Yet, upon closer
    • Let us assume that we definitely know that something would have
    • know all the things that play into life and yet do not happen! Today
    • important things for us in the world of probability are taking place
    • has been drawn previously to something of considerable importance
    • everything that is due to our moral imperfections; in the Venus
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  • Title: Life Between ... VIII: Between Death and a New Birth
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    • things that approach the human being appear strange and mysterious,
    • go to work. Probably we consider the things that happen there as well
    • things that could happen from which he is protected! We overlook them
    • observe in the course of the day all the things we have been spared!
    • The dead person, for example, may order us to accomplish something
    • these things? A sleeping man, of course, does live. He is somewhat
    • so something dies in us during our waking life.
    • have nothing to illumine. Nevertheless, the ego and the astral body can
    • continue their existence in spite of the fact that they have nothing to
    • world also, man has to permeate something if he is to acquire consciousness,
    • between death and a new birth. The decay of the body has nothing to
    • do with life after death, but if nothing of a soul-spiritual nature
    • has been developed, then there is nothing to carry over into the
    • depend on how things are said, rather than on what is
    • One will accustom oneself to listen to how things are expressed. In
    • between living and dying because for human consciousness everything
    • far-reaching realm. There, also, everything is subject to change and
  • Title: Life Between ... IX: Life After Death
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    • birth. One might easily suppose that that life has nothing whatever
    • Everything that I experienced in their company used to alleviate the
    • that is not the most important thing. Even when people do go out to
    • something of these souls who formerly had been to him as rays of
    • earth who are dumb, who want to convey something but are quite
    • of their instincts that they wish to experience something of the
    • crossed the threshold of death to experience something of a spiritual
    • nature over there. In order to experience anything of this kind one
    • nothing that our souls descend to the physical world. They descend so
    • gate of death, but here things are different. For those unfamiliar
    • single color. The sun in the heavens illuminates everything, but when
    • it sets the surroundings, disappear from our view. Likewise, things
    • following. “Something lives in me that causes me to suffer. It
    • unjustifiable loathing for a fellow human being. Then the one who
    • of such things for without knowledge of them the evolution of
    • We should not imagine that we have nothing to do between death and a
    • quite clearly to us as a special being. Everything that has been
    • something, the answer invariably is, love of ease! Whether we turn
    • our attention to the most important things of life or to mere
    • the slowing down process of everything that comes into the world from
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  • Title: Life Between ... X: Anthroposophy as the Quickener of Feeling and of Life
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    • must know and experience something of super-sensible worlds.
    • dumb and unable to say anything. And so the soul who was a blessing
    • is nothing that could permeate the soul with that substance by means
    • one who has remained on earth there is nothing that can render it
    • There is something quite other contained in it.
    • I would like you to realize that there is something of far greater
    • but something other than that.
    • caught the train he would have been killed. When such things do not
    • things, which fail to strike you in the course of the day, can happen
    • That is a special case, and yet such things are happening all the
    • from danger! If we were aware of the many things from which we are
    • following possibility. Let us assume that things actually happened in
    • something happens externally a hidden something lies behind it. Each
    • There something different may take place.
    • nothing can be concealed. Here on earth one can lie and pretend but
    • after death things take on their true coloring. Things reveal
    • It is important, therefore, that man should learn about such things
  • Title: Life Between ... XI: The Mission of Earthly Life as a Transitional Stage for the Beyond
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    • ourselves with things of a spiritual nature, but that we can afford
    • situation it all makes. If nothing were to intervene, the person
    • If nothing else were to occur, things would take their course along
    • Something else, however, does intervene. A man who goes through life
    • of Assisi absorbed everything that later enabled him to receive the
    • impulse into himself, who wished to know nothing of it, will not have
    • I bring forth these things so that you can widen your gaze from
    • something that can be taught and learned in all realms of the cosmos,
    • so made the earth that only here can certain things arise. Spiritual
    • still refusing to know anything about anthroposophy. They will return
    • of death without having heard anything of spiritual science on earth,
    • anything about spiritual science, so it becomes again the case in the
    • matter. It may sound strange that the actual things that happen form
    • content. There is yet another sphere of life apart from the things
    • minutes later than usual. He now notices something strange on the
    • voices of the dead who still want something from the living.
    • There are certain things that can take place unhindered only if they
    • life-giving impulse. More than anything we may learn theoretically,
    • spiritual science, not in a light-hearted way, as to something that
  • Title: Life Between ... XII: Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • The human being has to bring with him two things that have been
    • not so. Something else intervenes between death and rebirth, a second
    • plastically what he receives through heredity. Everything that he
    • who reject fanatically, in a narrow-minded way, anything that is
    • Such souls are usually too easy-going to learn to know anything about
    • nothing fits properly. He becomes, for example, a hypochondriac, a
    • not developed of its own accord. Thus something that appears
    • group of people, is nothing but logical nonsense. As soon as one
    • a certain field that they have worked out for themselves, everything
    • conscientious, yet everything they do lacks real devotion, enthusiasm
    • opportunity to act, can do something in the course of his life with
    • our time. They should do everything in their power to devote
    • opportunity, even if only for a brief span, to accomplish something
    • such a way that he can accomplish something with enthusiasm. It is
    • and rebirth throws a special light on this thought. Everything we are
    • progressive evolution cannot do anything with them. I have often
    • of the spiritual hierarchies to do anything with them. These
    • nothing else were to intervene, such souls would have to be cast off
    • hierarchies are only able to make something of this situation by
    • decide to do something himself in order to become a servant of human
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  • Title: Life Between ... XIII: Life Between Death and Rebirth 2
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    • inordinate longing for certain things within earthly conditions and
    • a child whom he has left behind unprovided for. By doing something
    • his realm he may be unable to do anything that would ease the
    • something to better the situation we will have performed a real deed
    • something definite in life died and then continued to cling to the
    • anything of one another.
    • something quite different from what they have in fact achieved. Such
    • Something else comes into consideration. There are people who nurture
    • There are things in this category that need not be considered
    • blameworthy. In order to show how significant such things may be I
    • small or important matters. Now there is something great in a poet
    • achieving certain things, but failed to do so. What he could have
    • far-reaching plan and only fulfilled a part of it. All such things,
    • however, is inscribed in the Moon sphere. Anything that affects not
    • Moon sphere, but only later. Anything that affects us as individuals,
    • inscription is a dreadful thing. In a certain sense it can be of the
    • Something is inscribed by him in all the spheres, in the Mercury
    • When I was here last I said certain things about the passage through
    • seership there is something tremendously impressive in the picture of
    • experiences if it is fitted by nature to gain something from the Mars
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  • Title: Life Between ... XIV: Further Facts About Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • things than is possible in public lectures and written works. Today I
    • confirmed, that is, the need to give something to the hearts and
    • himself as if in a desert void of everything that is needed to
    • something is present that he takes for the opposite of what is
    • experiences himself as blind and dead in relation to everything that
    • that they seek to reveal certain things out of the higher worlds
    • united everything within Himself.
    • one can behold many things, but one cannot see the Christ if one has
    • One learns to know many things when one enters into the spiritual
    • world. There is only one thing that does not exist there, one thing
    • realms of forces of which we cannot know anything here on earth.
    • the fallacy, too, will be recognized. For nothing can be inherited
    • is, everything that is contained within and bounded by the hard skull
    • cap and the vertebrae of the spinal column. Everything else is
    • such a way that he can experience everything as a sociable being. The
    • everything that a man is and on his relationship to the world.
    • Kant uttered the saying, “There are two things that fill my
    • thereby expressed something significant. Spiritual science reveals
  • Title: Life Between ... XV: Intercourse With the Dead
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    • something about the structure of external sense perceptible reality.
    • but nothing about life itself. The investigation of life is for the
    • natural scientific method a mere ideal because it is something that
    • There is something of a similar nature to death in the super-sensible
    • the annihilation of something that takes place in the super-sensible
    • this fully means when it happens, that is, to know nothing except to
    • after death. Everything that makes us into sociable beings after
    • arise out of its own folk-substance. It came from the East. Something
    • religion and mine correspond.” The best thing would be for
    • worlds. Things only become clear if they can be viewed in a certain
    • at the mid-point between death and rebirth. In fact, the first thing
    • shape it. First everything is woven into the astral body. The shape
    • worlds matter no longer exists. Everything there is a question of
    • painted over. It is the spot where something is being written down.
    • evolved individuality able to guide one to things that can be
  • Title: Life Between ... XVI: Life After Death
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    • anything that can be experienced here. We must imagine that
    • everything we perceive here in the physical world to which we belong
    • together because togetherness after death depends upon something
    • consists of nothing apart from the memories that remain of his life
    • In the case of an anti-spiritual soul something else must be added,
    • already heard something of spiritual science by reading cycles of
    • everything on the earth as men do, but cannot understand what they
  • Title: Descriptive Sketches: Lecture I
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    • one feels that in confiding something to writing or print one is
    • communicating something behind the back of the spiritual beings, which
    • we come upon something which must greatly surprise anyone ignorant of
    • these things. We find that the intercourse between the living and the
    • souls, whose custom it is to ponder over things a little, will have
    • certain things — and in fact refrain from doing them if we know
    • not imply any interference with Karma, any more than do many things
    • Another thing which will appeal even more strongly with respect to the
    • anything nourishing. For there is a very great difference between one
    • still on earth occupy themselves with spiritual things, for he can
    • have passed into a sort of nothingness, and they can only think of
    • before you today is for the purpose of suggesting something which may
    • who have died before us by reading to them about spiritual things. The
    • is quite independent of time. The thing that matters is that you
    • was present, wanting something of him. Our friend then came to consult
    • something of it. The son and his wife then read to his father the
    • subconsciousness and levels all these things out. It frequently occurs
    • nothing is lost, and the practice of this custom has proved that the
    • only be acquired on earth. Here I must mention something about
    • — something of which most people have no correct conception.
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  • Title: Descriptive Sketches: Lecture II
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    • these things are so described in that book? The descriptions given
    • any other science) — if a man decides to cease studying something
    • a high degree of self-knowledge of the things described in my
    • I have nothing to do with it!” A man might really deceive himself
    • forces, forces hardly noticed during life. There is one thing in life
    • does not merely lead to nothing particular, like ordinary dancing, but
    • spiritual life. These are curious things, but they must be said, for
    • into feeling; but feeling is the hardest of all things to acquire
    • making us more perfect. Other things, too, are experienced when we are
    • remarkable and often staggering things, and amongst the most
    • eternity! This, however, is not the case, and it is well that things
    • it may throw light in many respects on various things. There is no way
    • is to pay attention to things which are generally disregarded. It is
    • something a great deal more interesting than what can be seen in the
    • destiny, make what surrounds the child as its aura something
    • feelings of sensual love and everything connected with it. There is a
    • various things in the spiritual world. I wanted to do so in a more
    • everything in our power which will bring ourselves and all those
    • words; so that something of what I have been allowed to say may pass
  • Title: Esoteric Studies: Lecture I: Cosmic Aspect of Life Between Death and New Birth
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    • everything found in the writings and cycles about this theme is
    • lacking conscientiousness. You see, everything that
    • Something else happens when a trait which is very widespread on
    • Innumerable things would be done differently by men if they
    • everything we have poured into our soul by laziness. In this
    • religion. If things were in the Occident as, they are in India,
    • what he may call himself. And it is nothing but
    • everywhere. Broad-mindedness is something quite different. If
    • everything they themselves think the beginnings of
    • for the sphere of the Sun: another thing is necessary —
    • new birth, we find there two things. The first thing we find is
    • something we can express only in an image: we find an empty
    • find a second thing in this sphere of the Sun, a second throne:
    • us; otherwise it is evil for us. Another thing has become
    • that those things are infused into the spiritual culture of
    • bring nothing spiritual, we must of necessity experience this
    • everything that was to spread out on earth, which was to lead
    • accomplished for Mars something similar to what the Christ
    • Mars, and was part of its essence, that very thing the Buddha
    • through the Mystery of Golgotha. In this way, something else is
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  • Title: Esoteric Studies: Lecture II: Establishment of Mutual Relations Between the Living and the So-called Dead
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    • beyond. And in this way something can be brought about which
    • to them from here. One thing is of especial importance during
    • “Here on earth we cannot know anything about immortality,
    • During the time immediately following death, one thing,
    • retain an understanding for things communicated in the
    • and of soul, which will take place when such things have become
    • these children of whom I am speaking, something remained
    • them. In such cases one must call on everything for help; and
    • with the things which happened within the intimate family
    • something special which neither derived from potentialities nor
    • world. But in order to perceive such a thing one needs the
    • things now remain quite incomprehensible regarding the
    • something deeply affecting — we see many souls who are
    • out, these things are necessary; but it is an evil fate which
    • certain way limited in their forces and capabilities. Nothing
    • so-called simple things are the universal ones. The world has
    • think that everything may be grasped by the day-wisdom of the
    • humanity has lost many things since ancient times. What
    • the bodily sense organs and see nothing but the external
    • anything but physical facts, they once lived in contemplation
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  • Title: Lecture: Links Between the Living and the Dead
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    • make it difficult in many respects to commit to writing everything
    • kind. For these things to be written down and printed always goes
    • darkness for the Beings of the spiritual worlds. And so when something
    • back over a period measured by centuries only, we find something that
    • may greatly astonish those who have no knowledge of these things. It
    • underlying these feelings. Just as when doing certain things on earth
    • karma. After all, many things happen here on earth which we shall not
    • Something else that will make an even stronger appeal in connection
    • nothing. For as regards the state of sleep there is a great difference
    • spiritual things; for when these people are asleep the dead can
    • it we can mean something real to the dead. And when with clairvoyant
    • I have been trying to lead up to something that can become a
    • died before us by reading to them about spiritual things. This can be
    • his father was wanting something and was turning to him. And when this
    • feeling an urgent need after his death to know something of it. Then,
    • although in the nature of things very special service will be rendered
    • from the subconscious and balances out such things in a remarkable
    • something by absorbing thoughts and ideas which will quite certainly
    • circumstances is anything lost. Actual experience has shown that in
    • a position to form judgments about certain things, we have no real
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  • Title: Lecture: The Transformation of Earthly Forces into Clairvoyant Faculties
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    • development of the larynx and everything connected with its functions.
    • for vision of these things. All that need be done is the following
    • originate from nothingness but from the transformation of what already
    • There is something that entails the exercise of a great many forces
    • these forces. If things go well, they become active only after a
    • Eurythmy is nothing like ordinary gymnastics or dancing — which
    • These things that have to be said here are strange, but they are
    • arranged conditions that this misfortune should befall us, many things
    • is an ordeal, helping us to progress. Many other things, too, are
    • effect of the influence is that certain things arise more easily in
    • Clairvoyant investigation of these things brings momentous, often
    • something that may actually happen.
    • eternal bliss. But it is not so. Moreover, it is well that things are
    • on many things.
    • passions in man's nature. And by nothing is a man brought so near to
    • to pay attention to things of which otherwise little account is taken.
    • speaker himself knew nothing about it — is a pointer, helping him
    • otherworldliness, clairvoyant contemplation may perceive something
    • aura round the child into something full of glory, full of wisdom. The
    • anything which at a later age he will be able to express in words. The
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • able to single out a few of the important things which we must
    • feel something concerning the super-sensible worlds.
    • Now I am longing to be back again, I feel how I miss everything and my
    • the living who have remained behind. Nothing fills the soul with a
    • found beyond death by the soul, because nothing of what can be
    • the old religious feelings suffice to give soul something which may be
    • say that the seer who has an insight into these things, who has once
    • have departed, we must bear in mind the following things. Very little
    • the world outside. It contains still other things. I would like you to
    • have some idea of the fact that there are still other things in the
    • sense. I do not mean the super-sensible world, but something else.
    • things which have not taken place, and this is why people do not
    • notice them. But if something similar faces you, so that you
    • you. The day's course from morning to night always contains things
    • things which may perhaps seem “invented”, yet they belong to
    • Let us now observe things from another aspect: How many impressions
    • If we could observe everything that is so closely connected with these
    • things and that escapes notice, we would pass through the world with
    • begin to feel these things if they observe also the world of
    • felt: “Infinite things lie concealed within the depths of
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