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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • mighty event that came to pass once in the evolution of the earth —
    • all the forces living in our astral body and the events bringing us
    • it is directly connected with earthly events; it follows immediately
    • and disheartening events of our times will largely depend on how deeply
    • of these events. In certain circles people are already beginning to
    • like a solar nebula and rotated and that the planets eventually split
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • outstanding part he played in the great and fateful events of our time,
    • middle of the events that inaugurated our fateful present and future.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • Eventually, arguments about these three skulls
    • kind. You only need to remember certain events that happened here in
    • one breath with the events behind that roman à clef, a novel
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • They study how events follow each other and how they are connected in
    • people think. What happens immediately after one event is taken as its
    • been talking about historical events, the events leading to this terribly
    • when people look at history at all, they link events to the ones that
    • preceded them, and those in turn they connect with other preceding events.
    • Thus, the individual events are strung up like beads on a necklace,
    • events do indeed follow upon one another, one of them may be far more
    • important than another. Sometimes a particular event taking place at
    • than other events happening at the same time. The point is to find the
    • right events, the right facts. I have often called this way of looking
    • and it finds at certain times particular events that are of far greater
    • one. Goethe made it part of his whole outlook not to see events simply
    • lined up side by side. Instead, he saw events as significant for the
    • events of recent decades, and from these they will understand why the
    • will report events that people now ignore when they read about them.
    • However, if I may say so, truth shines forth from these events.
    • course of events by means of them. Now, I have spoken more abstractly
    • in more detail — which would have clarified contemporary events
    • believe they are evaluating facts and events but are not really doing
    • grandest poetry! To be made aware of the greatest event in the evolution
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • arranged so that certain movements express cosmic events. One of the
    • an event we have recently learned about. It is already a bit dishonest
    • to think too little about such events and not to see them clearly enough
    • events that have recently taken place on a small scale, in one person's
    • of the great events of the day is considered to be on a small scale.
    • counterpart to this event. Goethe used to place a picture and its
    • This is the counterpart to the event I told
    • Such events have to be seen in the light
    • their books as well as life. They look only at the surface of events,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • who can feel joy with some events and sorrow with others. Notice how
    • in their sensitivity to outer events in the preceding incarnation do
    • attention will be drawn to it through some outer event or through another
    • Much has prevented those who have thought
    • a historical event. Christ really did rise again in the world, but many
    • to stop it. We have to do everything possible so that eventually people
    • prevent this. Still it happens again and again, not only that our lecture
    • prevented. Yet we can be sure that the damage will look quite different
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • hearts at this season by reminding them of the great and unique event
    • emerge from the grievous events of this age will depend very largely

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