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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • that we must work on the development of our souls particularly in these
    • was born out of the Gospel of St. Luke, particularly out of its most
    • popular parts that are easiest to understand. Thus, Christmas is a festival
    • part of nature. At the same time, because Christmas celebrates the birth
    • of Jesus of Nazareth, which has great significance particularly for
    • part of our nature through which we leave our physical body when we
    • of the immortal world of the I, reminding us that we participate not
    • feel that. And I would add that particularly people who are close to
    • — of course, not you, my dear friends, who have after all participated
    • If all of us bear part of the guilt
    • and suffrage they would gain real participation in government and
    • else for Hermann Bahr but to leam about expressionism, particularly
    • rather all these together and none in particular.
    • a hurry as he always does. Well, he departs again all of a sudden, leaving
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • particular material phenomenon manifests the spiritual. The generalization
    • our senses are nothing but points of departure from which our nerves
    • When you look at that part of our nervous
    • by anatomy and physiology. However, because it lives in us, it participates
    • and nervous system through our participation in the Christ Mystery.
    • We can certainly hand this booklet to people who are not part of our
    • but have quoted a particularly characteristic statement and a number
    • circle and serenely admits being not particularly interested whether
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • outstanding part he played in the great and fateful events of our time,
    • when we think of Herr von Moltke's soul. He participated most actively
    • lectures on anthroposophy, particularly to my emphasis on the fact that
    • part of our body in motion. Conventional science is only now beginning
    • still partly in the night of consciousness for most of us. After all,
    • departure for psychology; indeed, for each person the starting point
    • most important part in our life after death.
    • macrocosm, and we feel balance and feel ourselves part of the life of
    • we feel ourselves part of the life of the universe, of the cosmic life,
    • to take part in their magic.
    • monk. It is a very cheerful luncheon party. The Jesuit and the Jewish
    • For us, it would be particularly interesting
    • who was assassinated in Sarajevo, plays a special part in the spiritual
    • Well, people can't help assuming he was part
    • again, the part has become much more difficult for me. To myself
    • the party who committed the injustice. We find this again and again.
    • was not founded until October 1902. This particular letter is dated
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • of four principal parts, namely physical body, etheric body, astral
    • body, and I. We have often emphasized that merely naming the four parts
    • four parts of the human being.
    • the interconnections, between these parts. At first glance, the physical
    • to our other parts? How do all the things we do between waking up and
    • in other parts of the body that her astral body basically has a depleting
    • first of all between two parts of our physical body: our head and the
    • venerable part. The earth added all the rest to the head — that
    • in the following incarnation in our physiognomy, particularly in the
    • and particularly in that of the skull.
    • who observed carefully in this particular case and proceeded on the basis
    • incarnation. And we can well understand that particularly in the case
    • Langer was particularly struck by the fact
    • a particular environment, a good deal will still be impressed into the
    • to incarnate in a particular family and to look for certain traits.
    • keen perception, particularly in the sculptures, revealing things people
    • into outer knowledge. For the most part this is not because it is especially
    • as in modem life in general. They are particularly numerous in the so-called
    • cannot be thought of apart from a plant — you see, a crystal and
    • them. Granted, it was no sin that this has happened in this particular
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • become a necessary part of human cultural development in the present
    • spiritual science become merely empty words. We have to warn particularly
    • element did not play a part, too. It is only a matter of establishing
    • important than another. Sometimes a particular event taking place at
    • a particular time may mean much more for the understanding of what follows
    • and it finds at certain times particular events that are of far greater
    • one. Goethe made it part of his whole outlook not to see events simply
    • I have to say this because it is part of
    • its particular, characteristic phenomena. This Goetheanism is nothing else
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • the first part of the evening. In these poems I have tried to express
    • here in a little booklet as part of our published cycles.
    • last part of his life before he found such a tragic end.
    • this sense of humor, particularly in our spiritual movement. Caricatures
    • me after public lectures whether having one's hair cut short was part
    • Now let us take as our point of departure
    • of fate we witness in our time. Nowadays everything that is not part
    • counterpart to this event. Goethe used to place a picture and its
    • distinctions, but they did not particularly please him. For instance,
    • This is the counterpart to the event I told
    • article that is disclaimed on the very same page. Particularly the big
    • so much as a line in a newspaper. We must take newspapers as part of
    • of the very worst kind imaginable, quite apart from its point of view.
    • particular case, but to point out that it is a typical one. People just
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • of the cosmos consists of separate parts, and so they study these parts
    • and find them made up of still smaller parts, which they then examine,
    • parts, the molecules and atoms. As I told you, nobody has ever seen
    • extent justified in thinking that the cosmic building consists of parts
    • We need only take one part of this cosmic
    • as a part of this cosmic edifice, the human being seems to us to consist
    • of parts: head, limbs, sense organs, and so on. We have tried over time
    • to understand each part in its relation to the spiritual world. Remember,
    • produced such wonderful parts of the human organism as the eyes and
    • the ears. It is indeed true that we study these parts for their spiritual
    • part of our cosmic building. These are not dead pictures, but living
    • up and part of the whole structure? No, it does not! Conventional science
    • science is really to become a part of Western civilization. A philosophical
    • certain conditions, it takes only a particular formation of the etheric
    • I have tried to achieve this particularly in the style of my latest
    • you, and particularly if you really know our rationalist culture, you
    • the one a bit further west — he was particularly at home in Egyptology
    • particularly their fights against each other, shaped much of what lives
    • same token, many members of the opposing party, that is, those who oppose
    • lives in many people's thoughts. Particularly in occult communities
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  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • festival in which a part is usually, if not always, played by the
    • parts of the Gospel which make the most general appeal to simple
    • and mighty which then becomes part of their consciousness.
    • body, and represents the part of man's being which belongs to

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