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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • how difficult it is for people to find what is right in this area of
    • been able to find, either in this pamphlet or in his other writings,
    • very characteristic of the difficulties people have nowadays in finding
    • Racine, Dante — or take whomever you want. You will find that
    • to speak about it. And then it was a question of finding a correct formula
    • with the world view of modern idealism and spiritualism, you will find
    • Goethe, finding it very stimulating to read Goethe, to begin to understand
    • it is for people who are educated in our time to find the way to the
    • difficult it is nowadays for people to find their way to spiritual science.
    • achievement to find thinking people in what is left of idealism and
    • published a volley of abuse against philosophy and wanted to find an
    • hope to find the truth and which has achieved a great deal, as you will
    • where you can find the sentences I quoted. This man fulfills the duties
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • in the eyes you find the optic nerve continuing behind the eye and merging
    • system located deeper inside us in the spinal cord, you will find the
    • and to live in us so that it finds its way from the nerve system to
    • in the human being, but now we find the transition to the loftiest knowledge
    • we can have on earth: to Christology. You cannot find this transition
    • with an ahrimanic element, is what we find in the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • being manifests the spiritual. The findings of conventional science
    • In our age people have difficulties finding
    • in order to find nourishment for their soul and to find a way into the
    • tree trunk, you will find it is not a reality at all because it cannot
    • thinking we will all have to develop. You will also find all kinds of
    • find ways to allow the spirit to approach people. What I said here this
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • dear friends, where you can see the greatness and significance we find
    • you touched a few years ago. Indeed you'll find you have little need
    • to find out that the way joints impact on one another — for example,
    • touch, and you will find it very difficult to remember the perceptions
    • a new birth, we find it inwardly united with us. We perceive that soul
    • strength, I shall find poured out over the whole world; in it I shall
    • And that is what people find so difficult
    • today, you will find it. The Jakim pillar exists; you will find it in
    • The other pillar, the Boaz pillar, also finds
    • find it in the exclusive search for the spiritual in the outer world.
    • Now what the canon finds in Goethe's scientific
    • of the Sarajevo conspirators. And since they find books written in Spanish
    • Just compare what we find in this
    • we find people think those who have been wronged must appease and cajole
    • the party who committed the injustice. We find this again and again.
    • Even in our Society we find it again and again. My dear friends, today
    • early days of our movement. On page 49 you will find the following:
    • I want to take our theosophy where I will find people of sound judgment.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • finds it convenient to do. We must realize that really only the position
    • the same way, we find something similar going on. Only in this case
    • child we find comparatively simple and primitive movements. But gradually
    • You will find that observation not sharpened
    • find anything about a person's deeper nature revealed in the structure
    • that in none of them had he been able to find any indication of special
    • attention to snapshots of people walking on the street you can find
    • European painting and sculpture, you will find the difference between
    • We could find many more such double absurdities in the sciences as well
    • and leaves; all these belong to the tree trunk. I find the truth about
    • he slowly began to find his way — “groping” as I put
    • and it is important that this truth stirs our souls; for those who find
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • is to find the balance, to fear neither the one nor the other, and to
    • so many specific examples that show how one can find a balance in life,
    • unity. It is simply a matter of finding a way to really do this. I can
    • This way we will never find the truth, at
    • than other events happening at the same time. The point is to find the
    • and it finds at certain times particular events that are of far greater
    • symptomatic way do not find the balance between the ahrimanic and the
    • do at all. We have to find the balance.
    • find a clear striving for balance in the soul. Thus it could happen
    • under it that were quite impressive. For example, people could find
    • finding your place in your time?” That is what I mean by saying
    • out in the universe can unite. We find ourselves truly united with the
    • our memory, none of them will ever reach as deep as the finding of a
    • we find the balance in life we can never find by losing ourselves in
    • in Haeckelism, but apparently did not find that satisfactory. Then I
    • and elaboration of integrated world views. At the same time, we find
    • soul has to take so humanity can find its way to the spiritual.
    • important than another. In the Orient, we find at most a continual play
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • You will find, let us say, in the Capricorn
    • If you just read it as it is, you will find in terms of form, in terms
    • amount to the insight that we must find in our soul the elements, the
    • contradicted each other? Great pains were taken to find all the contradictions
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • and find them made up of still smaller parts, which they then examine,
    • what confronts us in our outer life. I have given much thought to finding
    • find that when we first look at this structure, we cannot know anything
    • can easily describe them and find them interesting and beautiful. Maybe
    • so on; all this can be nicely described. But in order to find out that
    • because they have kept features from earlier times, you find that to
    • reality, so to speak. Europeans frequently find it very hard to understand
    • find nothing there. The whole thing would be denied. In other words,
    • will find much that could cast a light on this question. If psychology
    • human beings. We find people who go through life and are, in a sense,
    • explained various rules of reincarnation; you can also find in my lectures
    • to Europe, we find people do not at all live as they should if all we've
    • a theosophist finds it easier to deal with the matter by claiming it
    • you will not find any grounds for the idea that the Gospels advocate
    • thing is for people to find the Christ, everything depends on the Christ.
    • advance only when people find the Christ, whom they have not yet found.
    • we find that a great deal of what these days is called historical materialism
    • you find two main streams, and from these flows something that is not
    • about our spiritual science and even big books. In those you find not
    • can find many quotations from my book
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