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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • of Christmas and Easter is also intended to remind us of our connection
    • physical death. In other words, the festivals are tokens reminding us
    • of the immortal world of the I, reminding us that we participate not
    • to the spirit of the earth. It reminds us continually that as human
    • reminds us of what is most holy in the earth, and Easter of what is
    • As I read it, I was reminded
    • this, a sound, carefully trained, political mind is necessary.
    • anything against an impressionist painting was of course a narrow-minded,
    • mind will surely not be satisfied to have reached the ripe age of fifty
    • We have to keep in mind, I think, how difficult
    • have judged it to be — well, never mind, it is not necessary to
    • never mind. These are the ideas Hermann Bahr arrived at inspired by
    • these prejudices. And we know that even the best minds of our age —
    • often very witty, but they remind me of the story of the little boy who
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • of several great minds of the nineteenth century, who were striving
    • spiritual science. I tried to show how these great minds reached out
    • represents a demand of the best minds of our recent past. It did not
    • develop arbitrarily, but is truly what the best minds have called for.
    • of great minds such as Fichte, Schelling, Hegel, Troxler, Planck, Preuss,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • but never mind.] After all, my respect for the poet, for all poets,
    • This shows what we had in mind was an
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • which some people have half a mind to reinstate in this day and age.
    • had developed their intellectual or mind soul. Our I is directed to
    • the outside while our intellectual or mind soul is oriented to the inside
    • during the Egypto-Chaldean epoch, and the intellectual or mind soul
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • to mind Friederike Kempner.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • Please keep in mind that they were intended for performance in eurythmy;
    • today they will be presented without eurythmy, but never mind.
    • unique. Some of them may seem weird and crazy to strict and narrow-minded
    • with supposedly enlightened minds. Now this book is trashy literature
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • keep in mind that it is only a hypothesis. In short, we are to some
    • we have to try to put ourselves into the Asian mind.
    • the next, while other people call them stupid because, to their minds,
    • with such knowledge. And when we keep in mind that spiritual science
    • The ideal we have in mind, my dear friends,
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • TO TURN our minds to thoughts connected with the Whitsun festival
    • hearts at this season by reminding them of the great and unique event
    • heart and mind. Yet it brings to such childlike hearts something great
    • nature is waking to life, leads our minds to the portal of death. By
    • arising from the Christmas festival. We are reminded, for example, of
    • Christmas Tree, and the birth, too, leads our minds to the workings
    • brings death to the physical, and to provide him with tokens reminding
    • linked with the Spirit of the earth; it reminds us ever and again that
    • festival with the cosmos. At Christmas we are reminded of what is most

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