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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • way as in earlier days. We are living in a time of severe ordeals,
    • it will be more appropriate today to speak of what may be useful in
    • difficult times so that humanity as a whole can meet better days in
    • said would quite likely be taken more as reality. However, nowadays
    • the laws of the earth: when the nights are longest and the days shortest,
    • Sunday after the first full moon in spring, that is, the first full
    • moon after the twenty-first day of March. We fix the date of Easter
    • We see nowadays a development of forces we cannot admire enough; yet
    • in our soul nowadays, not at all easy. Now I have here the book of a
    • very characteristic of the difficulties people have nowadays in finding
    • his student days; indeed I knew him quite well. You see, he wrote on
    • from Hermann Bahr. Many people were blockheads in those days.
    • day may still come. In any case, you can see that here a man is working
    • us that the trend-setting, so-called cultural world nowadays lives in
    • Today he would probably say there is an inner eye, an inner seeing,
    • as far as the inner seeing that lives today in expressionism. Well,
    • difficult it is nowadays for people to find their way to spiritual science.
    • But these days, people always have to outdo
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • it flows through our veins today, was added during our earth evolution.
    • opening of the vertebrae in the spine corresponds to each day of the
    • world. It has found its culmination, its goal, in present-day natural
    • presentation not readily found elsewhere these days.
    • are from unbiased acceptance of these things. These days people have
    • There are many today who worship technology
    • sort of attitude prevailing with many people today, and it is growing
    • You see, today things happen quickly. Not
    • he is. Indeed, he was one of the most renowned people of his day, famous
    • Saturdays he did not want any music because then he was waiting for
    • next Tuesday because it will surely take still another week before my
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • to the topic of today's talk, I would like to say a few
    • suffered in recent days. You will undoubtedly know what I mean: the
    • day before yesterday, Herr von Moltke's soul passed through the gate
    • fervent thirst for knowledge that ever inspired a soul in our day and
    • signs during the day and through the lower ones at night. The sun's
    • twelve are day senses, just as half of the signs of the zodiac are day
    • of touch is barely connected with the day life of our soul, that is,
    • the day senses or senses of waking consciousness. But that need not
    • half-light; day begins to dawn in our consciousness. But you can still
    • are propagated nowadays, claiming that all impressions we have of other
    • the I of someone else, we are on the day side of our soul-sun. When
    • senses that have risen to the day side of our inner life will sink down
    • side to the day side. Occult and symbolic societies have always tried
    • way into the life of the day side, Jakim.
    • today, you will find it. The Jakim pillar exists; you will find it in
    • As I said when I spoke about Tolstoy in the early days of our movement,
    • there these days. It is one of the most awful contrasts you can imagine.
    • these things, to penetrate them. Someday people will perceive the contrast
    • day become reality in various stages has been expressed symbolically
    • or otherwise in human wisdom throughout millennia. Today we are only
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • begin today by adding a few things to what we have said over
    • of it as much more complicated than any of the physical sciences nowadays
    • is very important although we don't notice it much in our everyday life.
    • science, in everyday life as well as in art. We need to become patient
    • What conventional science and everyday life have to offer us must at
    • every turn be illuminated by the insights of spiritual science. Nowadays
    • which some people have half a mind to reinstate in this day and age.
    • Well, those who nowadays imitate ancient Greek games certainly won't
    • Strictly speaking, people nowadays are unable
    • bring spiritual science into things. However, in our culture today we
    • this, but let's look at one more example today.
    • topic of today's talk and am not subtracting anything from its essence,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • add a few remarks today.
    • today, it is ahrimanic. Only those really strive for balance who seek
    • preceded it. However, as a rule people's memory these days is very short,
    • pragmatic view so popular nowadays. The symptomatic approach to history
    • itself in them to a greater or lesser extent. Someday people will write
    • current situation has come about. Today is not the time to explain these
    • to hear about nowadays.
    • but it is what people prefer these days. They want to have a kind of
    • sundials — of course, nowadays sundials could not very easily
    • But in the days when sundials were still of importance, someone might
    • Beware what on the judgment day
    • Beware what in the judgment day
    • what present-day humanity has the least real feeling for and what it
    • for people to understand nowadays. What it offers is obliterated as
    • solitude.” For people nowadays often have no feeling for how strongly
    • few people nowadays speak as though they did not take language to be
    • In everyday reality it cannot be forgotten; there we cannot easily confuse
    • these days. People rely completely on words. When I was a young man
    • you will be shielded from so much that emerges these days and is clearly
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • BEFORE TODAY'S talk, there will be a recitation of several poems in
    • What is nowadays called poetry will gradually
    • take on a new face. Granted, this is hard to understand these days,
    • but it is true nevertheless. Though nowadays people hardly feel this
    • And today you will hear attempts at poetry
    • only yesterday — in the Salesianergasse. I knew him by sight but
    • today.
    • today they will be presented without eurythmy, but never mind.
    • it in our whole understanding of life. However, we are confronted today
    • of fate we witness in our time. Nowadays everything that is not part
    • of the great events of the day is considered to be on a small scale.
    • beginning of the nineteenth century and grew up in poverty. One day,
    • days when people judge art. Do people buy actual works of art? No, names
    • today that was as good as any of Leonardo's — it might be a really
    • in other areas of everyday life and show how much our age needs honesty
    • People nowadays read everything that comes before their eyes only superficially,
    • read the newspapers. Newspapers don't last beyond their day, and people
    • not imprint itself as deeply into the soul of most people these days,
    • Now, that is an evening paper, and one day it ran a very sensational
    • the ahrimanic spirit of the times. In other words, good books today
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • in everyday life (which is also that of ordinary science) as our usual,
    • everyday way of thinking is from dreams. We dream in pictures, and we
    • theory can enable us to distinguish between dreams and so-called everyday
    • from everyday life experiences, which we may call by analogy “a
    • between this higher spiritual reality and that of everyday life.
    • this today. Let's imagine we are looking at a house built out of bricks.
    • Today I am also using them, for it is only through images that one can
    • the boy was four years old. The day after the mother's funeral, the
    • his mother, who had been buried the day before, was upstairs and if
    • this lead to in those days? It turned out that shortly thereafter a
    • it should be the same in life too, in our everyday life with each other.
    • available nowadays; most of them are written by Jesuits. You can read
    • we find that a great deal of what these days is called historical materialism
    • these days — regardless of how many objections were raised. Now
    • a stupid book these days is able to get hold of them. Such people then
    • selfishly do not consider that such things are not permissible nowadays
    • to have originated within our circles. Just today we have learned that
    • about them too. Today, we wanted to talk about a serious topic since
    • to penetrate a little bit what I have said here in these days to your
    • and His language today is that of spiritual science. That is the way
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • seems to me less appropriate during these grave days
    • uplift the soul. It will therefore be more fitting to-day to speak of
    • of the human soul in order that mankind may go forward to better days.
    • as reality, whereas in our days it is taken merely as symbolism. It
    • the spiritual. — In our days these things have been forgotten.
    • when the nights are longest and the days shortest, when the earth is
    • Sunday after the first full moon of spring, the first full moon after
    • In our days it is necessary that these thoughts of the festival should

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