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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • with a new look at the Christian festival of Pentecost, Steiner shows
    • Christmas, Easter, and Pentecost. Everyone will feel the great difference
    • Christmas is pre-eminently celebrated as
    • though not always — includes a Christmas tree, brought into our
    • houses from snow- and ice-clad nature. And we remember the Christmas
    • popular parts that are easiest to understand. Thus, Christmas is a festival
    • is much that is lovely and speaks to all human hearts in Christmas,
    • only when we remember what we know through spiritual science. Christmas
    • ever celebrated to commemorate the birth of a Savior. Christmas is connected
    • a cave. Thus, Christmas is a festival closely linked with nature, as
    • symbolized by the Christmas tree. Even the birth it celebrates is a
    • part of nature. At the same time, because Christmas celebrates the birth
    • when nature appears to be asleep and frozen. Christmas leads us into
    • elemental nature; the lighting of the Christmas candles should be our
    • relationship between Christmas and human beings, we have to think of
    • truth that Christmas also commemorates our etheric, elemental nature,
    • of Christmas and Easter is also intended to remind us of our connection
    • Just as we can associate Christmas with the
    • Christmas, Easter, and Pentecost! Just think, Christmas as we celebrate
    • In a way, our celebration of Christmas follows
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • with a new look at the Christian festival of Pentecost, Steiner shows
    • about the descent of Christ from the cosmos into our earthly sphere.
    • we left behind later followed us and descended in the Christ Being.
    • us later in the Christ Being. And what did that life have to lay hold
    • and nervous system through our participation in the Christ Mystery.
    • in the right way with the Christ Being that pulsates through the earth
    • Christ said: “I am with you always,
    • not cowards know Christ is always revealing Himself; therefore, we may
    • accept what He has revealed in the form of anthroposophy as a true Christ-revelation.
    • Christ. This is a naive question; for everything we strive for, every
    • relationship with Christ. In a certain sense, we really do nothing else.
    • with Christ are only naively expressing that they would prefer to avoid
    • we can have on earth: to Christology. You cannot find this transition
    • nerve substance lost? When Jesus of Nazareth was thirty years old, Christ
    • Mystery into our blood to fill the luciferic element there with Christ,
    • with Christology.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • with a new look at the Christian festival of Pentecost, Steiner shows
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • we may experience on seeing the figure of Christ in Michelangelo's famous
    • poetry when out of Christianity's eternal truths there pours forth:
    • but the renewal of the true Christian life of feeling and experience.
    • will ultimately culminate in the Christian view of the world, which
    • to fully understand again the spiritual that is contained in Christianity.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • with a new look at the Christian festival of Pentecost, Steiner shows
    • I said that nowadays many people believe themselves to be good Christians
    • the true wellspring of life for Christianity, can be understood only
    • understand Christianity and the Mystery of Golgotha without taking the
    • path of spiritual science. The number of people who can understand Christianity
    • of Christianity because the Mystery of Golgotha will not be understood.
    • about some of the treasures of wisdom in Christianity. Two clergymen
    • really astonished at my positive attitude toward Christianity. They
    • to be in Christianity. However, they felt my manner of presentation
    • while their way of presenting Christianity was for all people and therefore
    • is right. Those who know the least about Christianity are often the
    • The decisive point was not what these clergymen thought about Christianity
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • with a new look at the Christian festival of Pentecost, Steiner shows
    • — that because we can see the Christ Mystery in our spiritual
    • does not include the Christ Being. The Japanese, Chinese, Hindus, Persians,
    • do not include the Christ Being in their thinking about the spiritual
    • the Christ Mystery makes their world view an atavistic one. To be able
    • of the Christ Mystery over the Asian cultures. But what do Asians say
    • have the advantage of the Christ Mystery over them. They say, “That
    • which is very nice. However, you have had Christianity for two thousand
    • Christianity in a higher sense.
    • about Christianity, even the best of them, from truly understanding
    • very “profound” to say we must experience the Christ in
    • of Christ as merely an inner experience even though in reality it is
    • a historical event. Christ really did rise again in the world, but many
    • people should experience the Christ only inwardly. There are theosophical
    • them.” The Christ is a social phenomenon. The Christ passed through
    • thing is for people to find the Christ, everything depends on the Christ.
    • advance only when people find the Christ, whom they have not yet found.
    • and said, “You see, with Christ it's like this. Just think, I
    • I think of the Christ. He belongs to us all, He is the person we all
    • of the special life of Christ, of His isolated life! He has discovered
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  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • year: Christmas, Easter, Whitsun. Everyone who has not become
    • associated with each is expressed in their outer symbolism. Christmas
    • Christmas Tree brought into the house from snow-clad nature outside.
    • Our thought also turns to the Christmas Plays so often performed among
    • contrast with the tenderness and universal appeal of the Christmas
    • arising from the Christmas festival. We are reminded, for example, of
    • Christmas is a festival linked with nature is symbolised in the
    • Christmas Tree, and the birth, too, leads our minds to the workings
    • can feel that the Christmas festival leads us into elemental nature
    • herself, and that the lighting of the Christmas candles is a symbol of
    • If we would relate the Christmas festival to the life and being of
    • addition to everything else, the Christmas festival is a token that
    • would then be realised that the purpose of instituting the Christmas
    • pervades them all. And just as the Christmas festival can be connected
    • And how beautifully this comes to expression when the Christmas
    • further! The Christmas festival is directly connected with earthly
    • shrouded in deepest darkness. In celebrating the Christmas festival we
    • that is now alive within the earth. The Christmas festival is
    • then, the Christmas festival is linked with the earth, and the Easter
    • festival with the cosmos. At Christmas we are reminded of what is most
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