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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • the spiritual was more alive than it is in ours, then what I have just
    • insofar as it lives in the earth. Thus Christmas is a festival bound
    • flow into our souls so that our thinking becomes really enlivened, truly
    • to consider the necessity of enlivening thinking. However, I have not
    • that he is looking in the right direction for the true sources of enlivened
    • of the outer world unites with what lives in the spirit. Goethe would
    • us that the trend-setting, so-called cultural world nowadays lives in
    • as far as the inner seeing that lives today in expressionism. Well,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • the earthly realm; it exists here on the earth where we live as physical
    • is alive in the realm of the cosmos but dead in the realm of the earth.
    • within us. Our nerve substance, then, is alive in the cosmos and dead
    • our nervous system is built for the heavens, it is alive in the heavens,
    • lives as long as it is in us, it is not destined for life by its inner,
    • earthly nature. Strangely enough, our blood is alive only because it
    • to the blood. Thus, the nervous system is dead while the blood is alive,
    • is alive — though by its very nature destined for death, that is,
    • dead, and because our blood is alive, Lucifer can live in us. Now you
    • it alive so it can speak to our feelings. We look out into the universe
    • and realize that out there is the spirit that could live in our nervous
    • by anatomy and physiology. However, because it lives in us, it participates
    • became life. They live separately in us. Yet, a new connection between
    • and to live in us so that it finds its way from the nerve system to
    • to kindle our enthusiasm so that it can live in us. Our abstract thinking
    • and more lively and urgent in recent times. Yet, most people only reach
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • signs of the zodiac in the course of a year, and the human I lives here
    • with the other people around us means living with their souls. We live
    • with the souls of others just as we live with colors and sounds. Anyone
    • live within movement and feel it the same way a blood cell or a muscle
    • that what is there outside in the macrocosm now lives in us, that we
    • live.” But we can only understand such things when we penetrate
    • is a reflection of what lives in the macrocosm. As our inner life is
    • a very important man, who is no longer alive, but the pillar still exists
    • will this man live, really live. This is what I felt when I heard
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • of this kind occurs when we live in a way that demands too much of our
    • we will see in her overall shape that she will not live to a very old
    • existence of reincarnation, repeated earth lives, is plainly visible
    • The ancient Greeks lived more within themselves than we do. Consequently,
    • There was a man — and he is still alive
    • Even though dolls are not alive, children treat them as though they
    • use them as little children use their dolls, which are not alive either
    • of something real and alive.
    • I do not intend to deliver a philippic here,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • in human souls when the medieval views of the devil were alive be applied
    • and eternal truths. Then what lives in the human soul and what is spread
    • surely originated in a time when a profound poetical sensibility lived
    • world. Humanity needs world views; people do not want to live without
    • the category “world view.” Someone who lives totally in
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • long ago in Vienna. Back then, there lived a man in Vienna who tried
    • in every sort of way to live himself into spiritual spheres. He was
    • not live in our souls so that we simply know it in the same way we know
    • though they remember it much longer, as the contents of the short-lived
    • lives the whole culture of Central and Western Europe — in his
    • really lives in the style of Herman Grimm's works, in his manner of
    • epoch, when the predominating spirit lived in the accomplishments of
    • be dictated to us by reality, by what lives and works in reality, not
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • of the rolls, not what lives as paintings on the inside of each roll.
    • These things become meaningful only when we apply them in our lives,
    • in the preceding incarnation or even in all previous lives. Of course
    • lives.
    • about who they had been in previous lives and how they had been connected
    • tells you to love one another. But when we look at how you live, it
    • to Europe, we find people do not at all live as they should if all we've
    • You see, Asians live much more in the group-soul and much less as individuals.
    • will realize that what pulsates through spiritual science has to live
    • particularly their fights against each other, shaped much of what lives
    • lives in many people's thoughts. Particularly in occult communities
    • James I of England, in whom an extraordinary initiate-soul lived, and
    • point out that in a movement where spiritual science lives, that is,
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • through death. If one were speaking in an age more alive to the
    • that is now alive within the earth. The Christmas festival is
    • lives alike in man, in the stars, in the world.



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