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  • Title: Perception of the Nature of Thought
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    • matters actually stand in regard to what we call man's Saturn
    • ancient Saturn laws. If, however, we look from what stands before us
    • will have to ask the question: How does it stand with what is derived
    • how does it stand with regard to the Sun part? Can we find the Sun
    • made much progress in the understanding of such differences, the
    • believe that they understand what Plato and Aristotle perceived as a
    • you consider the whole thought-structure of Thomas Aquinas it stands
    • by the world in his free thought creation. We are still standing in
    • Hence today we are also standing
    • wisdom, must understand what it is, must flow into the stream of
    • Being that stands behind evolves in such a way that its external
    • longer periods, from incarnation to incarnation. Here stand the
    • who stands spiritually as much higher than man as a 100 years is
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • these things. We must first go through the understanding of
    • provides. Then only do we understand the physical
    • philosophic book. Surely then he must understand it. How
    • should he not understand what he himself has written? ...
    • and may yet understand nothing of what he has written. It is
    • understand the first truths of the Mystery of Golgotha. We
    • that which men were capable of understanding, they would only
    • impulse of Christ. Truly, these men could not understand what
    • necessary it is to pass through an understanding of the
    • only then that we can fully understand the latter.
    • and intellectual culture of our time. He who can understand
    • active part through our understanding of and longing for the
  • Title: Meditation and Concentration
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    • opposites. Between the two stands breast-clairvoyance;
    • often enough that one need not be a clairvoyant to understand
    • clairvoyant. UNDERSTANDING of spiritual science must
    • way the spiritual nature standing behind human processes. But
    • easily understand if we have entered but a little into the
    • always have the feeling; it is we ourselves who stand behind
    • those whom the gravity of understanding hinders from
    • from above, the forces of understanding, of knowledge have
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • understand this Maya. Some of the necessary concepts will
    • acquired for understanding the other side of man's life
    • because it is essential, first, to understand the language
    • If we understand the language of dreams, we can,
    • of will and feelings, stand mostly — mostly,
    • own feelings, frequently stands, as I say, in a very, very
    • must understand what I mean. — the wishes do not
    • life, how can it really understand what is actually going
    • standing at the hedge, has run back. As they approach,
    • ‘Come,’ she screamed, ‘he is standing
    • standing there, he is touching your knee!’
    • understand why I did not make enquires about the unhappy,
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture II
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    • learning to understand how we have to thank those who have
    • loves her. She does not understand his love and out of the
    • understandable that a true description of the emergence of
    • point where I am standing I can look, physically, into the
    • this period. We cannot really understand the nature of the
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture III
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    • say it is an understandable tendency to picture this
    • imagine, using it in every situation of life. To understand
    • term — far too simple, for to understand it thus is
    • first time to one's consciousness. There it stands although
    • life, but it stands there a wonderfully beautiful event of
    • stands there as the liberation of the Willing and Feeling
    • struggle to stand our ground in the consciousness breaking
    • to stand correctly in the spiritual world. Here in the
    • have pointed out, thought stands in profusion at one's beck
    • stands to his surroundings after death and before; how he
    • by our holding life at a distance, but by understanding
    • willed picture of how the nose stands out here, of how the
    • standing within the spiritual world, although the artist is
    • A crowd of people who are not artists stand there with deep
    • stands there in his stupidity merely as an observer: Things
    • must fill us for the purpose of understanding the world we
    • existence and because then, after death, they stand like
    • through the Gate of Death. — Thus do they stand as
    • friend Sybil Colaxxa, she too stands there like an apostle
    • kind who truly understand ideals in the world, life in
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