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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • Christmas, Easter, and Pentecost. Everyone will feel the great difference
    • of what is universally human. It is understood, at least to a certain
    • Easter, however, although celebrated at the
    • there is something infinitely sublime in Easter. To celebrate Easter
    • in death — Easter brings all this before our souls.
    • Easter is a symbol of everything related to our astral nature, to that
    • of Christmas and Easter is also intended to remind us of our connection
    • etheric body and Easter with the astral body, so Pentecost can be connected
    • Christmas, Easter, and Pentecost! Just think, Christmas as we celebrate
    • On the other hand, Easter is linked to the
    • moon after the twenty-first day of March. We fix the date of Easter
    • Christmas is connected with the earth and Easter with the cosmos. Christmas
    • reminds us of what is most holy in the earth, and Easter of what is
    • with the whole world! As Christmas belongs to the earth and Easter to
    • to take in the spiritual. Much will depend on whether there are at least
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • least subject to direct, mechanical interference from the outside. Our
    • feature is my attempt to give at least a preliminary sketch of the imaginative
    • who died recently — at least it was something like memoirs, not
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • semicircles of tiny, very minute, bones. If they are the least bit injured,
    • East. Well, we cannot say more about this.
    • to hear; well, I don't want to press my opinion on you; at least I am
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • think we know it really well, or at least the physical sciences must
    • musical talents, least of all in the skull of Beethoven. He underscored
    • is based on the premise that the doll is at least a reproduction of
    • water because the comparison to a doll does not work: dolls are at least
    • to develop only valid analogies or at least a feeling for valid analogies
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • time through the law of cause and effect — at least that's what
    • least not the kind of historical truth that will help us in life. Although
    • because those are just the ones they consider the least important. But
    • what present-day humanity has the least real feeling for and what it
    • can least experience. That is why spiritual science is so difficult
    • our contemporaries have the least understanding for. If they had it,
    • and all the others who at least declared themselves materialists.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • He has at least some idea of how badly the book is written — and
    • is right. Those who know the least about Christianity are often the
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • cards we have at least the cards, but in speculations about the atom,
    • a knowledge of oriental languages and the culture of the Near East.
    • That is, I must not say too much that is positive — or at least
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • Nevertheless I want at least to start with thoughts which will bring
    • year: Christmas, Easter, Whitsun. Everyone who has not become
    • of universal humanity, intelligible, to a certain extent at least,
    • The Easter festival, although it is celebrated during the season when
    • festival, the festival of Easter contains something infinitely
    • sublime. If human souls are able to celebrate the Easter festival
    • this is the great vista presented by the Easter festival.
    • analogy when we say: The Easter festival is a symbol for everything
    • and Easter festivals was to provide man with tokens of remembrance
    • with the etheric body and the Easter festival with the astral body, so
    • thought, the Easter thought and the Whitsun thought are carried
    • The Easter festival has a different setting. You know well that Easter
    • the 21st March. The Easter festival, therefore, is fixed according to
    • then, the Christmas festival is linked with the earth, and the Easter
    • holy in the earth, at Easter of what is most holy in the heavens. But
    • the Christmas festival is connected with the earth and the Easter

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