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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • the laws of the earth: when the nights are longest and the days shortest,
    • beings we belong to the earth, that the spirit had to descend from the
    • with the whole world! As Christmas belongs to the earth and Easter to
    • a rare, disquieting guest. Reading and writing are no longer of
    • nations have made a certain effort to get along and settle down
    • become older; expressionists, cubists, and futurists have come along,
    • welling forth in me, but it lasted as long as I wished, and neither
    • students are told that what they see there in miniature happened long
    • Long ago, in the time of his [Goethe's]
    • a piece of burnt-out slag. This long, but to the public fully comprehensible,
    • I do not know how long it will be before
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • of processes belonging specifically to the earth. Blood is essentially
    • had been prepared long before the earth existed during the Saturn, Sun,
    • contains what had long ago been prepared in the Saturn, Sun, and Moon
    • because the nervous system that belongs to our outer senses is the expression
    • 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,
    • spirit out there, filling the universe, the spirit belonging to our
    • We ourselves originated in this universe, in the cosmos. Long ago, in
    • anthroposophy do we really understand it. As long as we approach it
    • It is out of print and was probably remaindered a long time ago, for
    • evidently having been only a flash in the pan. For a long time there,
    • long ago someone published the memoirs of a well-known natural scientist
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • we can no longer keep our balance. We acquire our receptivity for the
    • and belongs to the night side of our inner life, namely, the senses
    • a very important man, who is no longer alive, but the pillar still exists
    • He was no longer in a state of spiritual
    • would have been alright with him as long as they would allow him
    • than the cardinal, for the whole city no longer talks about the cardinal
    • secretly and darkly long for, something that is indeed inevitable —
    • my feeling, wasn't really one. I have long since stopped being the
    • long overstepped the limits of his earthly work and had already
    • longer stay here. It is only from there that his deed will be done.
    • I only wonder why destiny hesitated so long with him. And that Sunday,
    • Continuing along the lines of Goethe, I wanted to create in that lecture
    • read it no longer needs rely only on the memory of the few individuals
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • phase of evolution, and by now it has undergone long ages of earth evolution,
    • body has been shaped in the course of four very long periods of time.
    • been impressed upon us in the long course of earth evolution. Essentially,
    • human development reaches very far back into the past to a time long
    • so, that also ascends. As long as our organism is healthy, it regenerates
    • still had and we no longer have. We have to understand that when a Greek
    • the present. We, however, can no longer see things the way the Japanese
    • and leaves; all these belong to the tree trunk. I find the truth about
    • to develop a longing for spiritual science and also for Goethe, who
    • Now we have been working together for a long
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • Thou world of wonder, broad and long!
    • it has long since been overcome. However, what they have put in its
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • are representations of what belongs to imaginative knowledge, we can
    • also said he usually made a long face.
    • long, tragic face, I remembered a very interesting experience I had
    • long ago in Vienna. Back then, there lived a man in Vienna who tried
    • In other words, we should not feel obliged to always make a long, tragic
    • and the men theirs quite long — which has actually happened in
    • artworks for museums to hang pictures as if they did not really belong
    • though they remember it much longer, as the contents of the short-lived
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • sense the hypothesis of their existence is justified, as long as we
    • are no longer confronted with the pictures of our dreams but with realities
    • hand, belongs to this incarnation and bears within it the rudiments
    • to really know what is inside each roll as long as the rolls are rolled
    • our cosmic edifice. Therefore, simply continuing along the lines of
    • concepts applying only to the physical plane, they no longer contain
    • follows along the lines of the natural sciences, I do not think you
    • imbues our souls with a longing to perceive in pictures, then all this
    • That was a nuisance for a long time. Naturally
    • would have had to wait a long time before being told about their previous
    • among us for a long time and even belonged to the “Club of the
    • conditions of life on Atlantis. Continuing along the lines of my book
    • belonging not to the individual but to the common life of all people.
    • I think of the Christ. He belongs to us all, He is the person we all
    • that Christ is living among us, living with us, belonging to us all
    • it takes such an infinitely long time for people to feel thoroughly
    • person he had worked with for a long time. He said that person did not
    • write anything on his own initiative but belongs to a somewhat dubious
    • only quotations from my printed and published works, but also long passages
    • where he remained for some time. A long-standing member of ours who
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  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • body, and represents the part of man's being which belongs to
    • when the nights are longest and the days shortest, when the earth is
    • we belong to the earth, that the Spirit had perforce to come down from

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