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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • that we must work on the development of our souls particularly in these
    • this diminishing and death. We have to develop our astral body during
    • We see nowadays a development of forces we cannot admire enough; yet
    • the German National Movement developed in Vienna, and Hermann Bahr became
    • and now became a soldier, a passionate soldier, and developed an entirely
    • she sees in this elementary inner vision. Later on, this will develop
    • way our writers, artists, and critics grow up and develop.
    • that Bahr is beginning to develop yet another burning enthusiasm on
    • for the newspapers; let's not talk about how journalists develop because
    • we don't want the word “develop” to lose its original meaning
    • such as Hermann Bahr, cannot help but reveal his own development in the
    • character of his protagonist. Bahr describes Franz's gradual development
    • globe goes through all its developmental phases, including that
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • clear if we trace the gradual development of life. We could quote a
    • of an earthly nature. You know that the development of the human being
    • In contrast to that, the structure and development of the nervous system
    • kingdom, developed during evolution on the earth. And the nature of
    • entrusting the development of our nervous system to the earth, we have
    • develop arbitrarily, but is truly what the best minds have called for.
    • everything tends to develop into homunculism, into spiritual emptiness.
    • exist as such. It necessarily has to contain the shoots that develop
    • thinking we will all have to develop. You will also find all kinds of
    • logically developed concepts. Instead, I said, for example, thinking
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • science does not flow into human development. This is the point, my
    • in the busy life of our era, the life that developed out of the past
    • represents the author's own path of development, his path through the
    • we are developing here, even down to the details. After all, it is hardly
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • we know is that human beings as they have developed through what we
    • form, but in a process of development, of unfolding, during the old
    • human development reaches very far back into the past to a time long
    • of the development of our higher, spiritual elements, namely, the etheric
    • of growth an development, at work in both the physical and the etheric
    • with our karma. Whether we have a tendency to develop strong emotions
    • the one that in its noblest form can develop into freedom from selfishness:
    • that is not the case, is it? Thus, it is a matter of a special development
    • body must be more developed, more strongly developed than that of a
    • from the head basically developed on earth. The condition of the human
    • had developed their intellectual or mind soul. Our I is directed to
    • As you know, the sentient soul developed
    • human beings that develop into more perfect ones. Instead, we must see
    • a parallel spiritual development that descends from the perfect state
    • does not want to establish the basic prerequisites for the development of
    • And this man then developed this idea into a whole philosophy, the philosophy
    • to develop only valid analogies or at least a feeling for valid analogies
    • For a spiritual view can develop only if our thinking is sound.
    • We must develop a concept of reality, and not just a concept
    • we must develop a sense for what has to be included in our concepts.
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • become a necessary part of human cultural development in the present
    • but develop general truths out of their hearts and souls; they carry
    • onesided and ahrimanic. But mysticism developed through observation
    • one of the sundial. The important thing is to develop in life so that
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • stanza, this Mars line, you would be able, after having developed a
    • Now there is ample opportunity to develop
    • of spiritual science. If you look at the development of our age, you
    • the karma of our age and develop the side of our being that is able
    • once again develop a feeling for how mental and spiritual achievements
    • how infinitely much has to be done before people will again develop
    • into a spiritual scientific development that has influenced modern thinking
    • by people who have gone through esoteric development. Well, this is
    • development: in earlier centuries, people were also reading the four
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • to the details, affects us so that we develop certain sympathies or
    • were developed already on old Saturn, then evolved further during the
    • developed sense organs. In the Moon, Sun, and Saturn periods, human
    • being were not yet developed to the point of being enclosed in the organism.
    • world, and then into pictorial thinking, which develops under the influence
    • of the spiritual world. Natural scientists also develop a view of the
    • less developed; they are not necessarily very pronounced but are still
    • the musical soul developed. On the other hand, people who were dulled
    • we go beyond the metaphor. In spiritual science we have to develop reverence
    • when we acquire this reverence, we also develop certain moral qualities,
    • And then spiritual science will create what our culture, which is developing
    • are on a higher stage of cultural development. However, you also say,
    • years now, and we cannot see that it has advanced your moral development
    • Europeans, precisely because they are developing their I, must leave
    • a very ahrimanic new development was inaugurated. Another development
    • something in himself that enabled him to develop special mental and
    • at a certain moment. Its development did not proceed in a straight line,
    • development in the direction I indicated proceeds. People really take
    • than other new developments that have also never before been there.
    • it can easily develop in such a way that it works against what spiritual
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • spiritual, and that it is vitally urgent to work for the development
    • 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



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