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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • divine spiritual Being descended who experienced death in the person
    • he gradually became a brooding person. Now he realized (under the influence
    • As a matter of fact, the person in question is a professor of philosophy
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • Here was a soul, a personality, who did all this and, at the same time,
    • soul of this personality, who has just died, is more than anything else
    • in similar positions do as he has done. This is not just a personal
    • significant an example this personality can be. It does not matter how
    • with the soul of a person, who has died after a very active life. This
    • their I to us. Perception of the other person's I, not of our own, that
    • departure for psychology; indeed, for each person the starting point
    • into the soul of another person but can only guess at it by interpreting
    • what that person says. In other words, we are supposed to interpret
    • limits of our own personality to keep us from realizing that living
    • artistic sense; in short, a robust, cheerful, sensuous person. He
    • house of a canon. This Salzburg canon is a very mysterious personality,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • by an artist? He will say, “This is a representation of a person
    • for him to paint a person whose physical body was being depleted by
    • of person you were in your previous incarnation. The formation of the
    • own opinion, are very learned in craniology. They feel a person's skull
    • find anything about a person's deeper nature revealed in the structure
    • if our feelings, our heart and soul, are attached to personalities in
    • appeared in several of a person's ancestors also emerge when the line
    • artist sculpted a person in movement, he knew out of inner knowledge,
    • reality; they show the person as he or she is — most of the time,
    • book that portrays a person's whole life. Well, someone who had heard
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • know that the person who wrote the words: “Wounds abide, hours
    • as the imitation of that gesture by another person in another room does.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • to indicate that the person who spoke just wanted to get some attention,
    • events that have recently taken place on a small scale, in one person's
    • but not the other person's painting.
    • order to talk about national prejudices or personal likes and dislikes
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • musical and those who are not. In terms of the soul a musical person
    • unmusical persons.
    • were to explain why one person is musical and another is not, if it
    • Imagine a person living in Rome at the time
    • he became a very important personality, a reformer who accomplished
    • the person was like in previous incarnations, then people would do well
    • I have done, but it would be in poor taste if I were to approach a person
    • person. In our time it is generally false when somebody looks within
    • and then claims to have been this or that person. If we are to know
    • incarnations. Yet they had all been important personalities, the most
    • on Atlantis, this person came to very interesting conclusions that were
    • the whole person so that he or she can grow close to its deepest impulses.
    • I think of the Christ. He belongs to us all, He is the person we all
    • on the person in question that can be compared to how we learn to read
    • to imagine that a person who takes in spiritual science in a living
    • is Mary Magdalene reincarnated. This would not occur to such a person;
    • person he had worked with for a long time. He said that person did not
    • and goes ahead with his writing. Now this person has written many brochures
    • not give some advice to a person suffering from this or that ailment.
    • to the place where Neptune was said to be, so this person focused his
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