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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • twelve senses and their relationship to the cosmos, psychology, and art.
    • of Jesus of Nazareth. If I were speaking in a time when the sense for
    • We can say our etheric body represents in a sense everything birth-like,
    • nonsense when they build their lofty theories. I have often entertained
    • we could ever have taken such nonsense for the truth — nonsense
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • show themselves to be continuations of our sense organs. For instance,
    • continuations of our sense organs. The processes taking place in them
    • nerve substance is affected by influences of our sense perceptions,
    • it is true in a spiritual sense regardless of any paradox — that
    • remember, I once lectured here on anthroposophy in a more specific sense
    • and listed the human senses. Usually people distinguish only five senses,
    • but we counted twelve then. Human beings have twelve senses if everything
    • that can really be called a sense is taken into account. Ultimately,
    • our senses are nothing but points of departure from which our nerves
    • So, we really have twelve senses. And from
    • these twelve senses nerves extend into us like little trees. This is
    • because the nervous system that belongs to our outer senses is the expression
    • each of the twelve senses. This shows that we carry in us, in the spatial
    • relationship of our total nervous system to the twelve senses, what
    • its life from outside. In a sense, the nervous system yields its life
    • system if the latter had not descended to the earth. We can sense the
    • relationship with Christ. In a certain sense, we really do nothing else.
    • as ridiculous nonsense. In this case, we can see clearly how far this
    • of the best books on Schiller, doubtlessly better than all the nonsense
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • twelve senses and their relationship to the cosmos, psychology, and art.
    • The Twelve Human Senses
    • the evolution of our time, in the true sense of the word a symbol of what
    • human beings actually have twelve senses. I explained that, as far as
    • our senses are concerned, what is spread out over our nerve substance
    • is in this most profound sense a microcosm and mirrors the macrocosm.
    • on the physical plane in the twelve senses. Things are certainly rather
    • through our twelve senses. These are the senses of touch, life, movement,
    • the sense of the I.
    • of the twelve senses just as the sun moves through the circle of the
    • the same with the life of our soul and the twelve senses. Half of the
    • twelve are day senses, just as half of the signs of the zodiac are day
    • signs; the others are night senses.
    • You see, our sense of touch pushes us into
    • the night life of our soul, so to speak, for with the sense of touch,
    • one of our coarser senses, we bump into the world around us. The sense
    • of our other senses in our memory and how difficult it is to remember
    • the impressions of the sense of touch. Just try it and you'll see how
    • senses are also completely hidden from our waking, conscious soul life.
    • As for the sense of life, conventional psychological
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • twelve senses and their relationship to the cosmos, psychology, and art.
    • sense of the word. Actually, it is only our posture that has been changed
    • sense, is a kind of killing or destruction of living substance, of living
    • our physical body, that we can die. In a sense, then, we can observe
    • sense for the depleting astral body, set about creating a Venus? He
    • say he has a sense for the underlying reality. From this standpoint,
    • for this difference is that the ancient Greeks simply had a keener sense
    • do. Modern Japanese still see more correctly in the Greek sense
    • albeit not with the ancient Greeks' sense for beauty — than we
    • This philosopher's first nonsense is to use
    • We are dealing here with double nonsense.
    • have a piece cut out of the world of the senses, but this fragment is
    • we must develop a sense for what has to be included in our concepts.
    • a leaf are very different — only when we develop this sense for
    • to this sense for reality. When I look at a painting of a figure taken
    • again be nonsense. We have to develop a sense for reality that tells
    • some sort of fantastic nonsense.
    • Hermann Bahr in a sense presented a self-portrait in the character of
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • twelve senses and their relationship to the cosmos, psychology, and art.
    • then do we arrive at a world view? We do not get it through our senses;
    • our intellect, which is necessarily bound to the senses, also does not
    • world where this psychoanalysis nonsense is practiced. These days, the
    • lack that definitely exists. In the truest sense of the word, there
    • with a false sense of shame in the face of brutality and fanaticism!
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • of spiritual science will be understood in the true sense of the word
    • then said, “In dealing with these things, one needs a good sense
    • face! I am convinced that Oskar Simony lost his sense of humor in the
    • this sense of humor, particularly in our spiritual movement. Caricatures
    • to sense whether we are reading actual content, something containing
    • composition, in the way he forms his sentences? Who can sense that if we
    • achieve: a sense for style, a true feeling for art even in this area,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • WHEN WE look at the world around us as our senses and intellect perceive
    • sense the hypothesis of their existence is justified, as long as we
    • edifice than our senses perceive, they must arrive at a different perspective.
    • of parts: head, limbs, sense organs, and so on. We have tried over time
    • I also spoke about the twelve senses and
    • The twelve senses thus correspond to the twelve signs of the zodiac,
    • We know that the rudiments of our sense organs
    • developed sense organs. In the Moon, Sun, and Saturn periods, human
    • being. While the rudiments of our sense organs were being formed, they
    • connection between the senses and the signs of the zodiac, we mean more
    • sense organs into us. We do not speak superficially of some vague kind
    • of correspondence between the ego-sense and Aries or between the other
    • senses and this or that sign of the zodiac.
    • during the earlier periods of our earthly planet the senses of the human
    • It was only through the twelve forces that the sense organs were built
    • study our sense organs, we are actually studying world-embracing forces
    • human beings. We find people who go through life and are, in a sense,
    • understood in the deepest sense.
    • can easily lead to nonsense. For example, we often speak about reincarnation
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  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • universal, and in a certain sense it is actually selfish to wish to
    • that death is connected with life in an external sense only, for the
    • the etheric body represents in a certain sense that which is akin to
    • be taken in a deeper sense than at other times. For how we shall



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