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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • houses from snow- and ice-clad nature. And we remember the Christmas
    • is a festival connected almost by nature to a world of feelings that
    • time of nature's awakening, leads us to the gates of death. We can characterize
    • a cave. Thus, Christmas is a festival closely linked with nature, as
    • part of nature. At the same time, because Christmas celebrates the birth
    • when nature appears to be asleep and frozen. Christmas leads us into
    • elemental nature; the lighting of the Christmas candles should be our
    • awakening of the spirit in nature. And if we want to understand the
    • what connects us to nature even when we are spiritually separated from
    • to the outer, physical body. Elemental nature, which comes to life deep
    • truth that Christmas also commemorates our etheric, elemental nature,
    • our etheric body, which connects us with what is elemental in nature.
    • Easter is a symbol of everything related to our astral nature, to that
    • part of our nature through which we leave our physical body when we
    • with elemental nature and with the nature that brings spiritual and
    • everything connected with the elemental forces of nature. Our astral
    • our renewed life in the spiritual world, which is neither nature nor
    • only in the life of nature in general and pass through repeated deaths,
    • strive for such a union of nature and spirit.
    • out of his or her own soul to the external impression given by nature.
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • of an earthly nature. You know that the development of the human being
    • kingdom, developed during evolution on the earth. And the nature of
    • earthly nature. Strangely enough, our blood is alive only because it
    • comparatively speaking. Our blood is by its very nature dead on earth
    • nature destined for life, and yet it is dead. Why is that? It is dead
    • is alive — though by its very nature destined for death, that is,
    • that by its very nature it is actually destined only for physical and
    • to be cannot exist in the nature of things. Only if you are aware that
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • has a depleting, consuming nature. That has to be expressed in the work
    • nature. If the artist gives the matter physical expression, perhaps
    • find anything about a person's deeper nature revealed in the structure
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • would be no observation and understanding of nature if the ahrimanic
    • and take in the wide expanses of nature. Well, they look at everything
    • of external nature or observation of nature deepened to mysticism, that
    • sublime nature. On the crucifix there are the following words:
    • of the earth while surrounded by sublime nature and its graceful beauty
    • observation of nature, but instead is directed toward the union of both.
    • nature, and both originate in psycho-sexuality. The one pole is religious
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • hold of by something of a special nature. This is what is so difficult
    • in nature than ordinary science. Thus, people turn to me for medical
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • Christmas Tree brought into the house from snow-clad nature outside.
    • nature is waking to life, leads our minds to the portal of death. By
    • these things are evidence of an intimate connection with nature. That
    • Christmas is a festival linked with nature is symbolised in the
    • and powers of nature. But because the birth of which Spiritual Science
    • outer nature appears to lie sleeping in a mantle of ice and snow, we
    • can feel that the Christmas festival leads us into elemental nature
    • how the Spirit is awakening in the wintry darkness of nature.
    • nature when he has separated from her spiritually, as he does in
    • elemental nature, to that elemental nature which wakens to life within
    • through which he is linked with elemental nature.
    • that has to do with the astral nature of man, with that principle of
    • that he is connected with spiritual nature, with that nature that
    • the complex nature of the Ego. We know especially that it is the Ego
    • birth and is connected with the elemental forces of nature, that the
    • spiritual realm which is neither nature nor the world of stars, but
    • nature, do not merely undergo death, but that we are individual



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