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  • Title: Perception of the Nature of Thought
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    • Artistic Lifestyle.
    • Artistic Lifestyle.
    • life from Aries, Taurus, Gemini etc., we are then thinking in the
    • outside space and time. When we observe human life as a whole
    • birth, active in the embryonic life. I beg you expressly to notice,
    • that goes beyond the single human life, that forms a connection
    • earthly life.
    • one can call the life of thought in ancient Greece. Our age has not
    • difference, for instance, between the thought life of our own time
    • thought-life first awoke in the 7th, 6th century B.C. Before that
    • there was no actual life of thought. As my book sets out, one can
    • speak of a beginning, of a birth of thought-life in this age of
    • comes the actual thought-life. And in the epoch described here the
    • thought-life is still essentially different from that of modern
    • is the deepest which can be thought in earthly life — but which
    • nature, in soul-life, but only the spirit that exists in the form of
    • today in the free emancipated life of thought represents something
    • life, through the consciousness soul, must lay hold of what
    • example of the working of the Sun-evolution in human earthly life. I
    • the spiritual life are coming forward in our time. For here we see
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  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • Lifestyle.
    • spiritual life into the physical. Initiation opens out to man
    • our life — by a sudden and unexpected event.
    • means attribute to ourselves in ordinary life. We see it as
    • perceived abundant spiritual life; having perceived the seven
    • since the moment when the life of Christ passed through the
    • of her inner life which was bound to the physical body. It
    • inner life of soul, so that it was taken hold of by those
    • some time in her life she had undergone an experience similar
    • it in the last thirteen days of her embryonal life. She was
    • her embryo life. For she was born on the 6th January. That is
    • future. Radically we must renew the spiritual life of
    • about the spiritual life in wide circles in the outer world
    • precisely such a time, a rebirth of the life of the human
    • soul must take place. All branches of human life must find
    • And among other things, all the artistic life must come near
    • spiritual science must come to life in our souls. As a living
  • Title: Meditation and Concentration
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    • Ways of Spiritual Cognition and the Rejuvenation of the Artistic Lifestyle,
    • of the Artistic Lifestyle,
    • grasp of Life
    • with the spiritual worlds is broken in ordinary life and
    • and in ordinary life - from experiencing anything in the
    • the life of will; it is effected through humble surrender to
    • less will humanity be able to live, without their soul-life
    • outside our head, these inner forces of life grow stronger,
    • concentrate and unite by means of his life-forces into what
    • character which they have in ordinary, everyday life. In
    • ordinary, everyday life we must have the feeling —
    • inner life from a present experience to a past experience. We
    • life, we have two thoughts, and unite them, as for example,
    • when we are outside our bodies. Life enters our thoughts, the
    • thought's own life. Each thought becomes a being. One thought
    • thought-world acquires a life of its own. Why does it acquire
    • a life of its own? What we experience in the ordinary
    • experience the LIFE OF BEINGS. We plunge our head
    • the life of beings.
    • enter into this whirling, weaving life of thought. We are
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  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • Rejuvenation of the Artistic Lifestyle, published in German as, Wege
    • conception of Life. This will then lead us back to matters
    • the connections within which we are placed in life. Just as
    • the life before birth is a preparation for its reflection
    • in this life, so this reflection between birth and death is
    • a preparation for the spiritual life which comes
    • able to carry over from this life into the life between
    • that life; for the actual concepts which must be acquired
    • of that life, the concepts of the truths of existence
    • (The Inner Life of Man between Death and a New birth.)
    • acquired for understanding the other side of man's life
    • ideas that are applicable to this other kind of life, and
    • occurring in our anthroposophical life, I want to call
    • life between death and a new birth by the moment of death
    • birth in our present life between birth and death. The
    • Ordinary life, birth is not remembered. But the moment of
    • impression for the whole of life between death and a new
    • form from that in which it is seen from this side of life.
    • From this side of life, death appears to be a dissolution,
    • subsequent life between death and a new birth; as that
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  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture II
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    • Rejuvenation of the Artistic Lifestyle, published in German as, Wege
    • whole maximum age of life. A human being who has reached
    • earthly life. when a human being dies prematurely, the
    • used during the further course of his life. The using of
    • physical life.
    • for the earthly life, are used for the purpose of the human
    • life on the Earth, are used in the spiritual world and
    • during earthly life in regard to death emanate from this
    • impulses of life. into the souls of such men too there can
    • the one life, wipe it away from the happenings of the life
    • life. But from the death spectrum it cannot be wiped away
    • something happens that could have happened in life, but has
    • happenings of life may be experienced in this death
    • life the human being is bound to time and space, and indeed
    • difficult days of the war are over, our esoteric life at
    • taken place in life, and then let his characters die. But
    • account is taken of esoteric connections in life (as I have
    • with deeper laws of life and his descriptions take account
    • more concrete than the concrete happenings of life between
    • art can seek enrichment by using earthly life as the
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  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture III
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    • Rejuvenation of the Artistic Lifestyle, published in German as, Wege
    • methods in ordinary life, which is also ruled inwardly by
    • For we must observe life if we wish to enter into reality.
    • which we are less disposed, than to take life objectively.
    • too much earnest and to observe outer life with too little
    • life, and with great geniuses one can often see how they go
    • life-wisdom into a single word. Then this signifies
    • life in which much, very much had been undergone here upon
    • it arises. Goethe, too, from a rich, full life, wrestled
    • imagine, using it in every situation of life. To understand
    • over rich life-experience — I refer to the words,
    • life, offer itself as such from life.
    • the life between birth and death, and which naturally,
    • Life between Death and a New Birth”, of the
    • the world if one desires to make concepts about this life
    • compared with the moment of birth into physical human life
    • except superficially. In the ordinary course of life, if
    • that they cannot know the very origin of their earth-life
    • life, but it stands there a wonderfully beautiful event of
    • life, as a coming forth of the soul and spirit nature of
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