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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • to earth, incarnated in a human body, and passed through death. The
    • it, as in sleep when our astral body and our I ascend as spirit into
    • the spiritual world. The etheric body, though also spirit, remains bound
    • to the outer, physical body. Elemental nature, which comes to life deep
    • primarily in the etheric body.
    • our etheric body, which connects us with what is elemental in nature.
    • all the forces living in our astral body and the events bringing us
    • this diminishing and death. We have to develop our astral body during
    • our astral body.
    • part of our nature through which we leave our physical body when we
    • We can say our etheric body represents in a sense everything birth-like,
    • body symbolizes what brings death and is connected with the higher spiritual
    • etheric body and Easter with the astral body, so Pentecost can be connected
    • the very first stage of being moved in the etheric body. Hermann Bahr
    • our age. That somebody like Hermann Bahr needs expressionism to realize
    • just as well have been in somebody else's course, possibly Brentano's.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • body. It is the one most resistant to change and, like the blood substance,
    • entered his body and went through the Mystery of Golgotha. Try to warm
    • our soul, because it did not permeate our body at the beginning of our
    • were to be ensouled by what did not permeate our body right from the
    • nobody read what Deinhardt had to say about Schiller even though his
    • really an autobiography but a book written down later by somebody else.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • out of somebody's arbitrary impulses, but because it is needed in these
    • part of our body in motion. Conventional science is only now beginning
    • us about the movements our body is carrying out. We walk, but we walk
    • sense. We have to delve deeply into the life of our body to be able
    • of us directly. After all, nobody can look into another's consciousness.”
    • Here, gravity and the constitution of our body give us balance, and
    • life for it is the transition from the spiritual to the body; nor is
    • Boaz life for that is the transition from body to spirit. Balance is
    • practically everybody is indebted but who is really most unselfish in
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • of four principal parts, namely physical body, etheric body, astral
    • body, and I. We have often emphasized that merely naming the four parts
    • Let us first look at the physical body. We
    • know this body very well since they study it so much. Well, we know
    • our physical body has to be a highly complicated creation for the simple
    • which have also left their imprint on our physical body. Thus, our physical
    • body has been shaped in the course of four very long periods of time.
    • We have to assume then a fourfold structure for this physical body.
    • body during Earth evolution, we will only get a false idea if we rely
    • evolution our physical body has only been remodeled, transformed, and
    • body as it would be if we envisioned our present upright position combined
    • If we really want to do justice to our physical body, we have to think
    • body, the astral body, and the I. Now we have to contemplate the interrelations,
    • body seems to be built out of physical substances, and as we grow, we
    • added on to our physical body. When we now study the etheric body in
    • more complicated in the course of life. In the etheric body of a newborn
    • Things are different in the astral body and
    • a depletion of the substances of the physical body and of the movements
    • and forces of the etheric body.
    • object. What takes place in your physical body, albeit in a very subtle
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • the simple crucifix — well, nobody knows who wrote it —
    • everybody to write poems based on what already exists in poetry is the
    • larynx. And just as it is wrong to describe somebody's gesture pointing
    • takes into account the Economic Conference in Paris.] Now nobody can
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • are what people buy. Names are bought! If somebody were to paint a picture
    • with the forces of the physical body but by means independent of the
    • physical body. Now, you may object that then the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • from the body necessary to understand the Mystery of Golgotha. But the
    • body. Everything else can be understood with the physical body. But
    • has to be understood with the etheric body. Therefore either spiritual
    • by what we imagine. Obviously, everybody thinks his or her own method
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • parts, the molecules and atoms. As I told you, nobody has ever seen
    • our previous earthly incarnation. The rest of our body, on the other
    • nobody can imagine it. But let's suppose because the pictures are painted
    • the drawer he found a letter. He promised to tell nobody about this
    • everybody must be able to see it. Europeans generally allow only for
    • person. In our time it is generally false when somebody looks within
    • body to see into supersensible regions. However, if spiritual science
    • look to but that does not mean everybody necessarily really understands
    • things as well. For instance, somebody just recently told me about a
    • that has happened, I have to request that nobody seeks my advice on
    • such things, nobody in our circles would ever find out. Therefore, we
    • as often as in our movement that somebody does something one can condemn,
    • in fact, has to condemn. Then people take sides. For example, somebody
    • things out again — after all, one must show love. When somebody
    • we constantly have to deal with such things, and nobody should misunderstand
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • human body and passed through death. The whole riddle of death and the
    • sleep, when in his ego and astral body he has gone into the spiritual
    • world. His etheric body remains bound, supersensibly, to the physical
    • body, and represents the part of man's being which belongs to
    • man has in his being an etheric, elemental principle, an etheric body
    • will realise how closely all the forces in the human astral body are
    • develop the astral body during our life, and that in the astral body
    • the whole development of man's astral body. Again it is more than an
    • his being which, whenever he sleeps, leaves the physical body together
    • him that in his etheric body and astral body he is himself a bearer of
    • But now, besides the etheric body and the astral body, we bear within
    • the etheric body represents in a certain sense that which is akin to
    • astral body symbolises the death-bringing principle that is connected
    • with the etheric body and the Easter festival with the astral body, so



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