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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • of these events. In certain circles people are already beginning to
    • As I read it, I was reminded
    • tasks of our age. In this connection, let me read you a few sentences
    • a rare, disquieting guest. Reading and writing are no longer of
    • a red thread through all the rest of his metamorphoses. But now he has
    • do? He turns to Goethe, reads his works, for example, the following
    • Bahr continued reading the literature on the subject. He lighted on
    • elementary inner sight. And then he went further. He read the works
    • Goethe, finding it very stimulating to read Goethe, to begin to understand
    • Just think for how many years we have already
    • our spiritual science! From Bahr's book we know that so far he has read
    • arrives at reading Goethe. Working his way through Goethe's writings,
    • the side — all his other passions run like a red thread through
    • already fallen in love with her. He goes off on a journey, leaving in
    • example, if he had read my book
    • science to gain ground. Even though the simplest souls would readily
    • especially pithy phrase to vent his rage. I will read you his pronouncement
    • my book is ready, but I have to stay here until it is finished, and
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • readily see the tremendous difference between the two. Our nerve substance
    • can read in the cycle of lectures I gave in Munich — is actually
    • line we read of our anthroposophical science, is an entering into a
    • the more troublesome way of reading and studying.
    • until he was already over fifty years old. I also told you that grotesque
    • professor of philosophy in Czernowitz whose pronouncement I read to
    • read it again: “We have no more philosophy than animals, and only
    • buying it. But the important thing is to read it! Time will tell whether
    • Thus, I would like to suggest that you read
    • Indeed, those who have read these letters with deep sympathy
    • nobody read what Deinhardt had to say about Schiller even though his
    • the earth already contains in itself plants, animals, and human beings,
    • presentation not readily found elsewhere these days.
    • homunculism and thinking in mere appearances have already advanced.
    • culminating in judgments such as the one I just read to you.
    • cover. He used to read such novels with special pleasure and preferred
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • our senses are concerned, what is spread out over our nerve substance
    • to get a sense for smell. The sense of taste already brings us a growing
    • its I from the outside; we perceive it by uniting with it. You can read
    • and rebirth consists of the perceptions of the sense of touch spread
    • Remember, I read you the passage in question, “And so he scoured
    • had already much occupied him in his theosophical days, but he had
    • the invisible threads of a power covering the whole world like a
    • light, and only after reading them does one understand the end of
    • his convictions. These writings read as though the writer, on the
    • You see, we are already doing what our times
    • he reads the news of Franz Ferdinand's assassination in an announcement
    • he is. He, of course, cannot read a word of Spanish but wants to get
    • Spain (I told you Bahr himself was there too) and could read Spanish.
    • Franz is to read the book and summarize it for the judge. And so Franz
    • long overstepped the limits of his earthly work and had already
    • I was strangely and deeply moved when I read these words a few days
    • who spread slander. It is much rarer these days for people to show sympathy
    • read it no longer needs rely only on the memory of the few individuals
    • to read to you. Forgive me, but I must begin somewhere. There was a
    • today, but I have to read what I wrote in those days:
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • metamorphosed. Much of it already existed, not merely in rudimentary
    • with their hands and read his or her character from it. What they say
    • discoveries in this connection. We have already looked at examples of
    • realm is already taken care of by the other sciences, and there must
    • of the As if, we have already talked about it earlier.
    • readers understand that we can hold on to ideals while at the same time
    • reality, are we ready to ascend in the right way to spiritual realities.
    • according to his own admission — to read Goethe's works and that
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • so easily what happened before that. From our reading we know people
    • will report events that people now ignore when they read about them.
    • and eternal truths. Then what lives in the human soul and what is spread
    • with all that is spread out throughout the universe, this feeling oneself
    • The experience we can have on reading these
    • everybody to write poems based on what already exists in poetry is the
    • the motto of the house, so to speak; it reads as follows:
    • merely perceive them. I would like to read you a passage typical of
    • ideas are spreading. In my youth psychoanalysis, the Freudian theory,
    • appropriately into our language, and we read: “And Adam knew his
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • an event we have recently learned about. It is already a bit dishonest
    • in the context of life as a whole. You may have read about the shocking
    • By the time it was discovered what they had done, they had already
    • People nowadays read everything that comes before their eyes only superficially,
    • Now, in our time most people who read anything
    • read the newspapers. Newspapers don't last beyond their day, and people
    • not take this to mean that you should not read newspapers, but accept
    • it as your karma. Obviously, I don't mean that we must avoid reading
    • to sense whether we are reading actual content, something containing
    • for that alone can school us in honesty. The hurried reading for content
    • a feeling for style. Granted, we have to read newspapers nowadays, but
    • by newspaper reading and read nothing else anyway, but also among people
    • If you just read it as it is, you will find in terms of form, in terms
    • readers who do not go in for respectable literature but only for stuff
    • read you a short passage from the Koran to show that Turks who know
    • word and turn of phrase — whether it will be read properly or
    • development: in earlier centuries, people were also reading the four
    • science will be fortunate and succeed, or there will be no further spread
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • were developed already on old Saturn, then evolved further during the
    • “occult reading of the world,” and rightly so. What conventional
    • science is doing cannot be called “reading the world.” If
    • and you can't read at all, then what is written there will of course
    • provides. However, this is not the same as reading.
    • Obviously, people do not learn to read by
    • read, and trying to figure out the meaning of the text from the shape
    • of the letters. Reading is taught in childhood. We learn to read not
    • read. It is the same with everything we call the higher and lower degrees
    • what was outside them, but on teaching them to read it, to decipher,
    • for the world has to be read if it is to be understood spiritually.
    • And we do not learn to read by memorizing the shape of the letters but
    • a piece by such a popular writer appeared in a widely read daily paper.
    • available nowadays; most of them are written by Jesuits. You can read
    • Now, if you read the biography of Suarez,
    • on the person in question that can be compared to how we learn to read
    • was already known earlier simply because of calculations. I referred
    • people do not take their own thoughts, but what they read in the lecture
    • you'll find exhortations to read this or that for yourself so you'll
    • soon you will probably read in another letter — of course, this
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  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • was both God and Man, is made ready for every individual human being
    • conditions is already beginning to be realised here and there. And

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