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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • said would quite likely be taken more as reality. However, nowadays
    • the yarns of the most harebrained poets has become reality. We are
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • and one that is true to reality. A logically correct concept is not
    • necessarily true to reality. In my new book I have tried to elaborate
    • what it means to think true to reality. So much that is deplorable in
    • is also necessarily true to reality. However, thinking that is true
    • to reality is very different from merely logical and correct thinking.
    • on the ground, you see an external reality. But if you think about this
    • tree trunk, you will find it is not a reality at all because it cannot
    • tree trunk, a “true unreality,” because what it appears
    • your thinking is true to reality.
    • mineral are we thinking about a reality. Geology, then, is a completely
    • that I have tried to elaborate the concept of reality. Another important
  • 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.
    • grasp what is there in reality and not go through life brooding without
    • Keely motor ever becomes a reality. It will be quite a different contrast
    • day become reality in various stages has been expressed symbolically
    • at the stage of mere groping toward this reality. In one of our recent
    • then turns out to be in reality a Spanish infante, a crown prince, and
    • novel with what has been said here out of the reality of the spiritual
    • in reality. Try to see that those who are seeking for knowledge, albeit
    • of spiritual reality. Our aim was not to take any old views from
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • for reality had been given the task to create a human form suffused
    • say he has a sense for the underlying reality. From this standpoint,
    • spiritual reality.
    • heredity in this connection. In reality, we create the form of our skull
    • reality; they show the person as he or she is — most of the time,
    • attention to what I say about the concept of reality in my new book,
    • We must develop a concept of reality, and not just a concept
    • of the logical. A crystal is a self-contained reality, complete in itself.
    • not a reality.
    • If our thinking is to be true to reality,
    • Only when we have a feeling that a leaf is not a reality because it
    • reality, are we ready to ascend in the right way to spiritual realities.
    • Many things can be logical, but whether they are true to reality is
    • to this sense for reality. When I look at a painting of a figure taken
    • out of the whole context, then I am not looking at reality, for I have
    • again be nonsense. We have to develop a sense for reality that tells
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • everything ahrimanic and luciferic. We can sin against reality, but
    • of a concrete reality, speaks the profound truth that human life is
    • 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
    • In everyday reality it cannot be forgotten; there we cannot easily confuse
    • reality does not have the same meaning in regard to the reality concerned
    • reality, cannot really feel justified integrating these facts into a
    • we need a world view that allows the soul to grow together with reality in
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • reality surrounding us. This is how it must be for the sake of spiritual
    • reality and truth. In Brussels, there is the Wiertz Museum, where
    • 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.
    • our judgment only what corresponds to reality. People can easily delude
    • are grounded in reality, the more they are usually convinced their opinion
    • is that we judge on the basis of reality.
    • be dictated to us by reality, by what lives and works in reality, not
    • what we have thought out and have felt is right, but what reality reveals
    • deeply into reality. It requires that we have the reverence for reality
    • sensitivity, and our feelings guided by reality. This is precisely what
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • 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
    • 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.
    • 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
    • two things; either everyone sees something, and then it is a reality,
    • we possess as Imaginations of spiritual reality; otherwise we will never
    • of Christ as merely an inner experience even though in reality it is
    • symbolists who reinterpret various passages, but in reality everything in
    • the Mystery of Golgotha as a reality, and He is here as a reality,
    • we dance until we reach a state of trance! In reality this was told
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • as reality, whereas in our days it is taken merely as symbolism. It

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