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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • plays we have performed here on several occasions, plays that have for
    • heights of the world and take on earthly form to become one of us children
    • progress when everything that formerly would have been spun into
    • to speak about it. And then it was a question of finding a correct formula
    • eye, it did not stay for even a moment in its first form, but unfolded
    • and it would appear before him as a spiritual form and then of itself
    • take on various forms.
    • then changed of itself, and he could also return it to its first form
    • that one can form ideas and paint them without looking at nature shows
    • has performed the most remarkable manifestations of all sorts for years.
    • about in school, a central nucleus of gas forms, which later becomes
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • If we perform an autopsy on a human being
    • substance originated in processes that took place before the formation
    • accept what He has revealed in the form of anthroposophy as a true Christ-revelation.
    • get when you lace some formulation or other of Buddhism, Brahminism,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • formed the basis of his actions and his work — to appreciate and
    • uniform and consistent since the beginning of our work.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • reason that its first rudimentary form can be found as far back as the
    • Saturn phase of evolution. That early physical form was then transformed
    • evolution our physical body has only been remodeled, transformed, and
    • form, but in a process of development, of unfolding, during the old
    • animal form, is actually an imaginative representation of our physical
    • could still be changed and undergo transformations and imagine you exposed
    • the one that in its noblest form can develop into freedom from selfishness:
    • for reality had been given the task to create a human form suffused
    • for its deviation from the so-called normal human form; they admire
    • as I said, the form and shape of our head are essentially the result
    • of person you were in your previous incarnation. The formation of the
    • heredity in this connection. In reality, we create the form of our skull
    • felt within himself the shape and form of the muscle. And when he wanted
    • to represent a movement, he felt what it is like to perform the movement
    • shows what kinds of associations between ideas are formed and what kinds
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • many concepts formed are just like Friederike Kempner's “busy
    • then formulates the explanation so that it fits, for if it didn't fit,
    • the creation of religious feelings and ideas as well as in the formation
    • tendency of the soul, the whole form and understanding of the soul.
    • world to reform and improve it.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • science. These verses were originally intended for a eurythmy performance
    • in Dornach and were indeed first performed in eurythmy. I will soon
    • form. Spiritual science seeks to connect the human being with the great
    • must flow into poetic form. If we create certain mental images that
    • there in the great laws of the universe also speaks in the form of our
    • women wearing the kind of clothing I had to design for the performance
    • These things have led me to write a satirical poem to be performed in
    • true laws of form for the poetry of the future.
    • Please keep in mind that they were intended for performance in eurythmy;
    • composition, in the way he forms his sentences? Who can sense that if we
    • only, which aims only at getting information, is really a schooling
    • If you just read it as it is, you will find in terms of form, in terms
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • cosmic edifice. We form concepts, ideas, and images of what it is like
    • being. While the rudiments of our sense organs were being formed, they
    • artful structure of paper rolls, but the paper rolls have to form it
    • may even have been great world reformers and have influenced world history.
    • he became a very important personality, a reformer who accomplished
    • an emotional understanding of others, which we do not need to transform
    • certain conditions, it takes only a particular formation of the etheric
    • England were headed toward the formation of a sect. And many people
    • informed us that articles and pamphlets, whose titles constitute a direct
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • Our thought also turns to the Christmas Plays so often performed among
    • the Ego build themselves up and shape themselves to that form which we
    • cosmic heights and take earthly form in order to be a child of earth



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