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  • Title: Perception of the Nature of Thought
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    • life from Aries, Taurus, Gemini etc., we are then thinking in the
    • World-conceptions of the Greek Thinkers”. This lasted from 800
    • transition is found from a very remarkable ancient thinking to what
    • and that of ancient Greece. Our clumsy thinking believes that thought
    • times. The Greek thinker does not draw up thoughts from the depths of
    • must not speak of such a mode of thinking as is normal today, but of
    • thought-perception. Plato and Aristotle did not think in the
    • way the modern philosopher thinks, they thought as today we see,
    • of the Greek thinker. And this perception of the thought-work of the
    • thinker.
    • thinking, where one draws the thoughts out of oneself, where one must
    • make subjective efforts in order to think, did not as yet exist in
    • think at all in the modern sense, and yet it is a fact. In order that
    • thinking in the modern sense might take root in the modern human
    • concerned with a thinking that is still not man's own
    • thinks. Plato and Aristotle did not think, but they could as little
    • you yourself who thinks, the thoughts rise up out of you.”
    • Think of the great difference
    • need arose to give certainty to thinking, — to prove thinking as was
    • see thoughts as perception. In the former Greek thinking that would
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  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • friend and teacher Brunetto Latini, who, as I think
    • today. Who does not think himself able to know about himself?
    • Think of the
    • may be put in another way. After all, who would not think it
    • absurd! ... A famous thinker of our time writes a
  • Title: Meditation and Concentration
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    • physiology. We should not think that this
    • Think how we might picture this. You have here a surface (a),
    • highly coloured, a spherical surface. Now think of this
    • I especially mentioned there, that our thinking
    • we develop a thinking freed from the body. On that occasion,
    • We must say to ourselves: Our thinking ceases, and our head
    • you that people did think like this.
    • time to think of death, and hence, no need for immortality;
    • if he thinks of death, he only sees in it the warning to
    • thinking, and it is therefore not surprising when this love
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • If we want to think of
    • If you think of all
    • has promised not to think about the lady any more, and to
    • his new home, hoping to get him to think of other things.
    • ‘Don't you think that is natural?’
    • you think that guilt is only constituted by evil intent?
    • into wrong hands. If you do look at it, think that
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture II
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    • from these etheric bodies. I think I need hardly say that
    • Let us think more
    • the etheric body — let us think of the emergence of
    • monistic and materialistic thinkers picture to themselves
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture III
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    • ego-delusion. One must have succeeded in thinking
    • sense one is least so occupied, thinks about oneself least,
    • These all think. It is not man alone who thinks. All the
    • beings of these higher hierarchies think. Consider
    • the hierarchies think together; this thought-world of the
    • the other hierarch thinks; — this is the Light-Being
    • thinking and feeling from where the dead is, to drive away
    • does not succeed, they think it is entirely due to lack of
    • the same everywhere, thinking that when we have broken
    • Now let us think of a
    • the word he was an objective human being. He did not think
    • of pure thinking, of the life in pure thought, in
    • the self is best attained when a man speaks and thinks
    • upwards with special gratitude when we have to think of the
    • in physical bodies. In thinking of friends who have passed
    • And so, in thinking of

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