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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • this I is and that it continues from incarnation to incarnation. Its
    • new incarnation. We rise from the dead in the I to prepare for a new
    • incarnation. It is the I that makes each of us a unique individual.
    • everything except actual thinking. Even here, in the erstwhile nation
    • to make possible a peaceful coexistence of people and nations. For
    • nations have made a certain effort to get along and settle down
    • the German National Movement developed in Vienna, and Hermann Bahr became
    • an ardent nationalist and wrote his
    • and a nationalist, Bahr had reached the age when men in Austria are
    • He had left behind socialism and nationalism
    • — nothing more than the first impression; German nationalist or
    • aspects of the Austrian national character — doubtlessly an extraordinarily
    • imagination, concept and idea are all at work at once, manifesting
    • clergyman who was able to call forth an image in his imagination that
    • of a sick imagination, a historical phenomenon it will take future
    • and only our frantic attempts to attain a philosophy and the final resignation
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • world. It has found its culmination, its goal, in present-day natural
    • our frantic attempts to attain a philosophy and the final resignation
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • reincarnation and karma were mentioned there, which he did not understand.
    • quietly with an almost magical power in a region beyond nationalities
    • to work. At the time of the assassination in Sarajevo, this poor fool
    • he reads the news of Franz Ferdinand's assassination in an announcement
    • what he said at the time of the assassination. I have to admit that
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • they became upright. Such figures or imaginations, which are preserved
    • of the profound wisdom in such imaginations. Let us recapitulate briefly:
    • alternation: building up and breaking down, building up and breaking
    • as rapid a succession as the alternation between sleeping and waking,
    • body — due to their karma in an earlier incarnation — than
    • in connection with world views is that the best explanation is always
    • the one that is simplest. Well, it is not the simplest explanation that
    • is the best; the best explanation is the one that correctly explains
    • incarnation to incarnation, we have to differentiate between the forces
    • of our previous incarnation. How we conducted our life, how we acted
    • in our previous incarnation, has left its mark on our organism and manifests
    • in the following incarnation in our physiognomy, particularly in the
    • existence of reincarnation, repeated earth lives, is plainly visible
    • of person you were in your previous incarnation. The formation of the
    • on the next incarnation, when it is expressed in the shape of our face
    • incarnation. The rest of our organism prepares the skull we will have
    • in the next incarnation. Craniologists and phrenologists quarrel among
    • were indeed musicians in the incarnation where the anatomist found these
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • verse that has kept me from setting great store by definitions and explanations
    • then formulates the explanation so that it fits, for if it didn't fit,
    • faith, or even an inclination to spirituality. However, not all those
    • whole nation as one man will demand eternal war ...
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • publish them with a few words of explanation, and they will be available
    • with extraordinary vanity; a combination that is indeed possible —
    • order to talk about national prejudices or personal likes and dislikes
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • our previous earthly incarnation. The rest of our body, on the other
    • hand, belongs to this incarnation and bears within it the rudiments
    • we possess as Imaginations of spiritual reality; otherwise we will never
    • fiction, products of the fertile, unbridled Oriental imagination.
    • in their sensitivity to outer events in the preceding incarnation do
    • Still, people are unmusical because in the previous incarnation they
    • the person was like in previous incarnations, then people would do well
    • the soul in a preceding incarnation and musicality in a later one, as
    • incarnation based on this talent. These truths are derived from individual
    • can easily lead to nonsense. For example, we often speak about reincarnation
    • about the relationship between reincarnation and self-knowledge, a theme
    • the corresponding time in our earlier incarnation. This is how I have
    • explained various rules of reincarnation; you can also find in my lectures
    • how reincarnation can be applied to self-knowledge. Well, what did all
    • in the preceding incarnation or even in all previous lives. Of course
    • that if you are to know anything about your previous incarnation, in
    • incarnations. Yet they had all been important personalities, the most
    • in the light of reincarnation. Since then they had all been busy thinking
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  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • which passes from incarnation to incarnation, that the inner forces of
    • carry forward into our being in each new incarnation. In the Ego we
    • rise again from death to prepare for a new incarnation. It is by

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