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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • the point of view of spiritual science. And when you compare Asian and
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • their reality in them. Even in Asian cultures, which are somewhat atavistic
    • Asians who have preserved older, atavistic ideas of reality; they often
    • have only a very rough understanding of Asians. There is a very beautiful
    • Asian novella telling the following story.
    • Now we must put ourselves into the Asian soul
    • we have to try to put ourselves into the Asian mind.
    • count. Europeans obviously have little understanding of Asians or they
    • a most superfluous and useless game to Asians and means nothing to them.
    • Asians do not understand this. In what they call works of art, they
    • is the profound difference between the European and the Asian world
    • useless occupation. Clearly, we have to understand the Asian art works
    • understand them at all. We Europeans in turn judge Asian stories not
    • by Asian standards but by our own and call them fanciful and beautiful
    • Asian or oriental ones. What those cultures know about the spiritual
    • Asian world view atavistic, a relic of an earlier age. Though those
    • of the Christ Mystery over the Asian cultures. But what do Asians say
    • telling you what the more reasonable Asians really say. They agree we
    • us in Asia who tell us all kinds of great things; however, when we come
    • been told were true.” Well, that's what the Asians say.
    • to speak, this case was discussed, and the Asian representatives said
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