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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • As we have found in many of our previous talks here, we have to realize
    • It is not just a mere analogy, but a profound
    • a special, profound meaning, summoning us again and again to seek anew
    • — as far as he found it possible — and who has gone to great
    • his essays, he says how glad he is to have found Goethe at last and
    • profound. He always tried to convey what he saw by just giving his first
    • speaks to them, they always stimulate him to profound thoughts, something
    • Goethe. It is very sad to see how happy he is to have found what others
    • Bahr is to be found in this Franz. A writer — not one who writes
    • to do everything to break down prejudices. We know the foundations of
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • world. It has found its culmination, its goal, in present-day natural
    • however, are pure fantasy; they are simply not to be found out there.
    • Reconciliation is found if we unite ourselves
    • In the 1860s, he wrote a splendid, extraordinarily profound little
    • presentation not readily found elsewhere these days.
    • or profound in any way, that is, he is considered to meet all requirements
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • an outstanding historical symbol. It is profoundly symbolic that he
    • yet found the bridge to the life of the spirit we seek in spiritual
    • occult substance that flows through our whole evolution has found its
    • is in this most profound sense a microcosm and mirrors the macrocosm.
    • life is only to be found in the balance between the two. Jakim is not
    • about, that he knew this or that hotel, where Cook's had found accommodations
    • than Cook s if one could have been found.
    • copy, made by inadequate means. He thought he had found its center
    • edition. Franz took down a volume of these and found a number of
    • mysticism. Absolutely nothing to do with anarchism — only profound
    • Berlin before the German Section of the Theosophical Society was founded.
    • before the German Section was founded. Today I can present documentary
    • and on the occasion of the founding of the German Section. Now, after
    • was not founded until October 1902. This particular letter is dated
    • and one of the lectures was given during the actual founding of the
  • 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
    • in mythology, conceal infinitely profound wisdom.
    • of the profound wisdom in such imaginations. Let us recapitulate briefly:
    • be found in these skulls that would indicate musical talents.
    • were indeed musicians in the incarnation where the anatomist found these
    • use in this area, they would soon see how unfounded it is to talk of
    • — indeed, then we have no foundation for a spiritual view at all.
    • and had finally found his way to accepting reincarnation and karma.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • have passed through a village, seen a sundial, and found words written
    • Just think, such profound words under a sundial,
    • of a concrete reality, speaks the profound truth that human life is
    • And thou?” Just imagine, these are profound and powerful questions
    • words can be greater and can touch our hearts more profoundly than what
    • is only an example and a more profoundly touching one than the previous
    • surely originated in a time when a profound poetical sensibility lived
    • did not yet exist, and back then anyone who would have wanted to found
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • and his name was Oskar Simony, the same man who found a tragic end much
    • last part of his life before he found such a tragic end.
    • was based on an error. Now this is a thing not often found: a newspaper
    • be found. Time will tell whether this book, into which I really put
    • Gospels and found the force contained in them. Thus, they approached
    • This way must be found. Our opinions must
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • meaningfully express something profound, people always speak in images,
    • and found the mother actually standing there before a dresser and staring
    • the drawer he found a letter. He promised to tell nobody about this
    • is the profound difference between the European and the Asian world
    • number of people founded a sort of “Club of the Reincarnated.”
    • Those who founded the “Club of the Reincarnated”
    • very “profound” to say we must experience the Christ in
    • advance only when people find the Christ, whom they have not yet found.
    • him. He was profoundly unhappy in spite of all his learning, which included
    • field. He claims to have found that something is wrong in our movement,
    • found in observing the planet Uranus. If Uranus does not move the way
    • spiritual telescope on me and found the evil there.
    • completely unfounded and perhaps only made up, clearly revealing the
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • more than an analogy, indeed it is a profound truth to say that in

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