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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • inner forces build the garment, so to speak, that we put on with each
    • to take it with inner seriousness.
    • to celebrate and not neglect the inner Pentecost in our soul. Some people
    • nature and quickly set it down, without any inner work on the visual
    • the Englishman Galton who had studied people with the kind of inner
    • that there was indeed such a thing as inner sight. You see, what Goethe
    • elementary inner sight. And then he went further. He read the works
    • of the old physiologist Johannes Müller, who described this inner
    • him, and in the process to realize that there is such a thing as inner
    • she sees in this elementary inner vision. Later on, this will develop
    • also inner sight. His chapter on inner sight is really very fine, and
    • expressionism for him to understand that there is an inner seeing, an
    • inner spiritual eye. You see, all this is closely connected with the
    • that there is an inner seeing. Of course, Hermann Bahr's current opinions
    • Today he would probably say there is an inner eye, an inner seeing,
    • as far as the inner seeing that lives today in expressionism. Well,
    • the inner Pentecost seriously, to kindle the light in the soul, and
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • the earth is really symbolized in the relationship of our inner nerves
    • it belongs entirely to the earth. Due to the inner composition of the
    • lives as long as it is in us, it is not destined for life by its inner,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • Our inner life moves through this circle
    • of smell and taste, actually have to do with our inner life in a higher
    • and then reaches its zenith. The zenith of our inner life lies between
    • who does not realize this knows absolutely nothing of our inner life.
    • microcosmic inner life. Though it does not move in a circle, our inner
    • we turn inward into ourselves and perceive our inner balance and our
    • movements, we are on the night side of our inner life.
    • senses that have risen to the day side of our inner life will sink down
    • and belongs to the night side of our inner life, namely, the senses
    • of the other side of our inner life.
    • is a reflection of what lives in the macrocosm. As our inner life is
    • a microcosm in the sense I have indicated, so humanity's inner life
    • turn all people away from the outer life and lead them to the inner.
    • he wanted to focus our attention exclusively on what goes on in our inner
    • set in motion when we speak, or indeed with our inner life in general!
    • ultimate, innermost circle of this concealed worldwide web, Rabbis
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • and perceives our inner balance and the inner mobility of our body.
    • on what is inside us. It is only the I that emerges from our inner life
    • has lost this faculty of inner experiencing. But we have to know and
    • acknowledge the inner understanding of sculpture the ancient Greeks
    • artist sculpted a person in movement, he knew out of inner knowledge,
    • Greeks. This inner life of feeling had to be subdued so human beings
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • tries to understand our inner, spiritual evolution on the basis of symptoms,
    • inner being. Mysticism is one-sided and luciferic; natural science is
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • poem's inner structure. This is what matters.
    • however, even in matters of inner, spiritual significance people in
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • our own inner being. You see, there is what I would like to call a symbolical
    • of Christ as merely an inner experience even though in reality it is
    • is merely an inner process. As you know, this was the special skill
    • our cause really takes quite some inner strength. It is a pity that
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • up feelings of inner warmth and exhilaration. If our feelings are right and
    • which passes from incarnation to incarnation, that the inner forces of

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