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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • As we have found in many of our previous talks here, we have to realize
    • said would quite likely be taken more as reality. However, nowadays
    • it is taken as merely symbolic. People would then realize that the celebration
    • necessary for the spiritual, people will realize that it is important
    • In fact, here and there other people also realize what is essential
    • flow into our souls so that our thinking becomes really enlivened, truly
    • and suffrage they would gain real participation in government and
    • the yarns of the most harebrained poets has become reality. We are
    • 3] This very man, who has really tried to understand Goethe and
    • tenth volume of essays that the author is really trying very hard to
    • really is. We will not argue about matters of art, but let us try to
    • see them say, We have put up with a great deal, but this really goes
    • he gradually became a brooding person. Now he realized (under the influence
    • him, and in the process to realize that there is such a thing as inner
    • also inner sight. His chapter on inner sight is really very fine, and
    • our age. That somebody like Hermann Bahr needs expressionism to realize
    • which is really a kind of expressionism. After all, now he has advanced
    • it is so obvious — too obvious. In fact, it is really a great
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • that all matter is a manifestation of the spiritual really says nothing
    • with the nerve substance of the brain. Similarly, all nerves are really
    • the earthly realm; it exists here on the earth where we live as physical
    • for life in the heavens, in the extraterrestrial realm, but because
    • is alive in the realm of the cosmos but dead in the realm of the earth.
    • that can really be called a sense is taken into account. Ultimately,
    • So, we really have twelve senses. And from
    • really exists out there in the cosmos in the sun's passage through the
    • the earth is really symbolized in the relationship of our inner nerves
    • blood, the processes taking place in it would really have to be completely
    • are not living processes. As you know, the mineral realm, the lifeless
    • have to realize that the nerve substance we have in us is by its very
    • Let us now consider the realm beyond the earth,
    • and realize that out there is the spirit that could live in our nervous
    • world. We do not understand their conflict unless we know it is really
    • anthroposophy do we really understand it. As long as we approach it
    • us with its own vibrant life, do we begin to really understand it.
    • relationship with Christ. In a certain sense, we really do nothing else.
    • is a manifestation of the spiritual really does not say very much. We
    • quintessence of his philosophy — well, one cannot really call
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • a reality and the effects are what is important, not whether it is discussed.
    • Herr von Moltke's life can lead us to realize that he interpreted the
    • then works as a deeply significant, powerful force in the realm we want
    • them in more detail as really quite superficial. We are now living in
    • with the really conscious life of the soul. You can see for yourself
    • limits of our own personality to keep us from realizing that living
    • who does not realize this knows absolutely nothing of our inner life.
    • grasp what is there in reality and not go through life brooding without
    • really thinking, as modern materialism does. If you seek the Jakim pillar
    • had been realized? If it is ever realized, then we will see what the
    • harmony of vibrations in external motor power really means. This, then,
    • Keely motor ever becomes a reality. It will be quite a different contrast
    • of the mysteries of human evolution and to realize that what will some
    • day become reality in various stages has been expressed symbolically
    • at the stage of mere groping toward this reality. In one of our recent
    • works, he admits that he is only just beginning to really understand
    • Goethe. At the same time, he admits that he is beginning to realize
    • is really one of the urgently seeking people of the present age? Interestingly
    • this real freemasonry of which the other was merely a most foolish
    • Englishman, who had the misfortune never to meet the real leaders
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • think we know it really well, or at least the physical sciences must
    • Moon phase of evolution. We cannot really see much of what has been
    • If we really want to do justice to our physical body, we have to think
    • finds it convenient to do. We must realize that really only the position
    • for reality had been given the task to create a human form suffused
    • naturalists have no feeling for realities but see only abstract, “naturalist”
    • of art. How will the artist who really feels this, who really has a
    • say he has a sense for the underlying reality. From this standpoint,
    • spiritual reality.
    • everything in a materialistic way. Probably Botticelli really did paint
    • really clearly noticeable that we are dealing here with an astral body
    • and realize the human being is far more complicated than conventional
    • the matter. That's what we have to realize.
    • of realities, not fantastic theories. He had to admit there is nothing to
    • In connection with such pronouncements, people never study what really
    • heredity in this connection. In reality, we create the form of our skull
    • erudite book, diligently researched — I really don't want to say
    • really worked like a beaver to present his points. This book traces
    • really applies the way natural science assumes, one would have to start
    • a model; we need to look at a real bird, and then we reproduce it in
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • everything ahrimanic and luciferic. We can sin against reality, but
    • today, it is ahrimanic. Only those really strive for balance who seek
    • unity. It is simply a matter of finding a way to really do this. I can
    • believe they are evaluating facts and events but are not really doing
    • to apply the same tmth. That is really a kind of luciferic exaggeration,
    • of a concrete reality, speaks the profound truth that human life is
    • realize that there are important facts that can speak to us of great
    • This living together with outer reality,
    • right relationship between ourselves and outer reality. Then we will
    • means to experience with the soul the reality in the universe. This
    • when we meet with such things, we do not pass by reality but experience
    • the human soul growing together with reality and maintain the balance
    • what present-day humanity has the least real feeling for and what it
    • himself Alfred Kerr, because his real name was Kempner, a name that
    • simply must be realized,- there is no other way. After all, quite a
    • just gesture, which is all words really are. I have pointed out to you
    • In everyday reality it cannot be forgotten; there we cannot easily confuse
    • That is what we have to realize: words are
    • cultural and spiritual realm, to use words to get to any truths about
    • from looking at the spiritual, from realizing that spirit reigns and
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • the art of poetry. Now we must really take seriously what I have said so
    • only when people realize how extensively we are actually searching for
    • see, is really a satire. Now you may easily think it improper to treat
    • reality surrounding us. This is how it must be for the sake of spiritual
    • we really want to enter deeply into spiritual science, and that is honesty.
    • really Lehmann.
    • reality and truth. In Brussels, there is the Wiertz Museum, where
    • in such a way that it looked as though it had not really been accepted.
    • artworks for museums to hang pictures as if they did not really belong
    • then even though the painting is on exhibit, it's as good as not really
    • today that was as good as any of Leonardo's — it might be a really
    • a practice of observing reality in all its depth, we cannot really get
    • science is born out of true reality, and if we are to understand spiritual
    • science, we must familiarize ourselves with the impulse of true reality.
    • Those who know the facts realize that people
    • of our journalism, which really defy description. But things are not
    • Herman Grimm, on the other hand, was not to be called a real worker
    • really lives in the style of Herman Grimm's works, in his manner of
    • only, which aims only at getting information, is really a schooling
    • root there irritates us and drives us to distraction. This must really
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • are no longer confronted with the pictures of our dreams but with realities
    • reality. Only our direct experience of life can teach us this.
    • dream life,” to a higher reality, the reality of the spirit. And
    • between this higher spiritual reality and that of everyday life.
    • reality and ordinary reality, but I want to use a special image for
    • to really know what is inside each roll as long as the rolls are rolled
    • science gives of outer physical reality or the one contemporary history
    • is given in images in such a way that it is a true reality for them.
    • their reality in them. Even in Asian cultures, which are somewhat atavistic
    • images that definitely have the significance of a reality.
    • Let us take an example where the image really
    • has the significance of an immediate reality, of a coarse and rough
    • reality, so to speak. Europeans frequently find it very hard to understand
    • Asians who have preserved older, atavistic ideas of reality; they often
    • closely on reality. Yet if a European were told by a four-year-old that
    • reality; it expresses reality. It would be very difficult to present
    • Europeans are still too coarse. They think when something is real, then
    • two things; either everyone sees something, and then it is a reality,
    • tell only about what really exists, albeit in the spiritual world. That
    • we possess as Imaginations of spiritual reality; otherwise we will never
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  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • through fateful ordeals and at such times it is not really fitting to call
    • we recall many things made real to us by Spiritual Science. Think only
    • will realise how closely all the forces in the human astral body are
    • as reality, whereas in our days it is taken merely as symbolism. It
    • would then be realised that the purpose of instituting the Christmas
    • spiritual realm which is neither nature nor the world of stars, but
    • conditions is already beginning to be realised here and there. And



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