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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • the German National Movement developed in Vienna, and Hermann Bahr became
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • from star to star and express themselves in the movements of the heavenly
    • can use to prove to those outside our movement that spiritual science
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • through our twelve senses. These are the senses of touch, life, movement,
    • The same applies to the sense of movement.
    • to pay attention to this sense of movement. It is only just beginning
    • us about the movements our body is carrying out. We walk, but we walk
    • movements, we are on the night side of our inner life.
    • of balance and movement, will then become spiritualized and play the
    • live within movement and feel it the same way a blood cell or a muscle
    • in us would feel its own movement. We perceive ourselves moving in the
    • As I said when I spoke about Tolstoy in the early days of our movement,
    • early days of our movement. On page 49 you will find the following:
    • seemed to me the expression of a modern intellectual movement and
    • the starting point for this new movement not on the basis of Blavatsky
    • not patch up old ruins. [That is how the theosophical movement appeared
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • it is not substances but movements that are added. These movements get
    • child we find comparatively simple and primitive movements. But gradually
    • a depletion of the substances of the physical body and of the movements
    • to represent a movement, he felt what it is like to perform the movement
    • arm movements how they had to sculpt the wings. In contrast, we need
    • artist sculpted a person in movement, he knew out of inner knowledge,
    • or disparaging, but only to throw light on the way our whole movement
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • force on which our movement is based. And in this context I want to
    • the balance between rest and movement, between unity and diversity.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • the zodiac and the relationship of the movements of the seven planets
    • to these twelve signs. We can also identify certain movements and laws
    • lines express represents the laws of the movements of the seven planets.
    • arranged so that certain movements express cosmic events. One of the
    • this sense of humor, particularly in our spiritual movement. Caricatures
    • of the striving for the spirit love to cling to such spiritual movements.
    • of membership in a movement that has taken on spiritual striving!
    • our spiritual movement in the world. Basically, there was nothing to
    • hear people say that in our movement the women wore their hair short,
    • to represent our movement to people who can't help laughing when they
    • “Nightly movement,” “Spirits of Night,”
    • your attention to many occult movements active in different societies.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • true. Yet, he was so loosely connected to our movement that he left
    • we have to understand that our movement really must not become a sect
    • and must not even have any characteristics of a sectarian movement if
    • culture into account. People outside our movement for the most part
    • elements and the annoying ones in the way the world judges our movement
    • what our movement must be.
    • good of the movement. Of course, this is only one case, but variations
    • of our movement, about which I have to speak now. What I am referring
    • to is that the new good side of our movement comes to light less rapidly
    • They prove that our movement is indeed something new; however, these
    • hands, people outside our movement would refute what is in my books.
    • field. He claims to have found that something is wrong in our movement,
    • individual, something supposedly interferes with our movement. So he
    • this individual discovered that the evil interferences in our movement
    • new in our movement, and we must pay attention to it.
    • point out that in a movement where spiritual science lives, that is,
    • our movement had to become just what it has become, and so that's the
    • as often as in our movement that somebody does something one can condemn,
    • we are living in a serious time and our movement is to influence it

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