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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • and we cannot look only for the lofty feelings that warm our souls.
    • and to give ourselves up to contemplations that warm our souls. Therefore
    • that we must work on the development of our souls particularly in these
    • rightly, our souls must be imbued with something of tremendous sublimity.
    • enigma of death and of the preservation of the eternal life of the soul
    • in death — Easter brings all this before our souls.
    • we can grasp such thoughts. Our souls will have to work their way out
    • to celebrate and not neglect the inner Pentecost in our soul. Some people
    • flow into our souls so that our thinking becomes really enlivened, truly
    • in our soul nowadays, not at all easy. Now I have here the book of a
    • out of his or her own soul to the external impression given by nature.
    • Nothing must be added by the soul.
    • own soul was to be excluded. Thus, the impressionist painters tried
    • in Vienna, he was heart and soul for socialism; he had a passion for
    • of the soul; again it might just as well have been with another teacher.
    • science to gain ground. Even though the simplest souls would readily
    • the inner Pentecost seriously, to kindle the light in the soul, and
    • some people in the world who understand how the Pentecost of the soul
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • soul, enthusiasm, or mood, are connected to the blood. The relationship
    • as that in our soul between abstract, cold thinking and the enthusiasm
    • our soul, because it did not permeate our body at the beginning of our
    • were to be ensouled by what did not permeate our body right from the
    • effect, whether it will enter into people's souls. It is a book everyone
    • have done a great deal for the life of their soul. Several people have
    • for the soul than the writings people so often turn to in their sincere
    • in order to find nourishment for their soul and to find a way into the
    • soul. Granted, it would have required some effort, but that would have
    • been good for them. A certain naive searching of souls has become more
    • for the soul-gunk produced by Ralph Waldo Trine or for the stuff you
    • translating a number of such soul-gunk writings, not Ralph Waldo Trine
    • for their souls.
    • to nourish people's souls. In the book I mentioned and also in the booklet
    • age. I believe it will be good if you will take into your souls what
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • day before yesterday, Herr von Moltke's soul passed through the gate
    • Moltke. However, I would like to say something that is now in my soul,
    • understood only gradually. This man and his soul stand before my soul as
    • when we think of Herr von Moltke's soul. He participated most actively
    • Here was a soul, a personality, who did all this and, at the same time,
    • fervent thirst for knowledge that ever inspired a soul in our day and
    • soul of this personality, who has just died, is more than anything else
    • science. We can only wish with all our soul that more and more people
    • meaning of the signs of the times correctly. May many follow this soul
    • that this soul has given as much to what flows and pulsates through
    • our spiritual science as we have been able to give him. Now souls are
    • with the soul of a person, who has died after a very active life. This
    • to explore with the help of our spiritual science. And the souls now
    • about how significant it is that souls now take what has flowed for
    • Spirit of your soul, ever working Guardian!
    • Our souls' imploring love
    • To the soul it lovingly seeks.
    • everything we experience in our soul, is related to the outer world
    • the same with the life of our soul and the twelve senses. Half of the
    • the night life of our soul, so to speak, for with the sense of touch,
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • and concepts with what arises in our soul when we speak of these
    • was so ugly one would have expected anything else but not that the soul
    • itself in their soul, while the shape of their skull was an expression
    • if our feelings, our heart and soul, are attached to personalities in
    • different from physical heredity, namely to an inclination of the soul
    • work on the soul when they are seen in the light of spiritual science.
    • had developed their intellectual or mind soul. Our I is directed to
    • the outside while our intellectual or mind soul is oriented to the inside
    • As you know, the sentient soul developed
    • during the Egypto-Chaldean epoch, and the intellectual or mind soul
    • in the Greco-Latin epoch. Yet, the intellectual soul is still focused
    • need to assume the soul exists, but we can look at the world as if it
    • and it is important that this truth stirs our souls; for those who find
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • old habits of soul. For instance, we must not approach such conceptions
    • in human souls when the medieval views of the devil were alive be applied
    • a balance in the human heart and soul. And that is why we can fall prey
    • but develop general truths out of their hearts and souls; they carry
    • find a clear striving for balance in the soul. Thus it could happen
    • and eternal truths. Then what lives in the human soul and what is spread
    • the most noble and greatest striving that can light up in human souls.
    • be inwardly glad, having all the forces of gladness in his soul shaken
    • that pours out of the human soul in the right place. Not all words that
    • means to experience with the soul the reality in the universe. This
    • the human soul growing together with reality and maintain the balance
    • in the hearts and souls of the people and true balance reigned in their
    • souls.
    • of the human soul are traced back to psycho-sexuality.
    • tendency of the soul, the whole form and understanding of the soul.
    • the truth, and what is important is the whole attitude of the soul,
    • soul has to take so humanity can find its way to the spiritual.
    • an end in itself. From now on all those unredeemed German souls, and
    • 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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    • not live in our souls so that we simply know it in the same way we know
    • life. One thing above all must permeate the activity of our soul if
    • soul takes in directly and to what it takes in to preserve and work
    • think the newspapers leave their soul as easily as they entered it.
    • not imprint itself as deeply into the soul of most people these days,
    • the subconscious of our soul and works there as a force over time. It
    • in the souls of many people. We can see the basic character and structure
    • of existence arise before the soul. The same mistake, however, the same
    • amount to the insight that we must find in our soul the elements, the
    • even without spiritual science, to experience this freedom of the soul
    • of their soul? You can answer that question for yourselves on the basis
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • be added to the human soul if we are to advance from the ordinary scientific
    • outlook to that of the science of the spirit. The soul must be taken
    • world was based on the spiritual taking hold of the soul. That is why
    • of initiation. Initiation was not based on teaching souls to describe
    • Now we must put ourselves into the Asian soul
    • world. They believed that now the soul would not return anymore; they
    • However, the soul returned anyway! Every evening
    • letter and to bum it in the temple. He did so, and the soul never returned
    • musical and those who are not. In terms of the soul a musical person
    • conclusion, there is a certain difference in the souls of musical and
    • so open a soul that they are deeply affected by what is going on around
    • the musical soul developed. On the other hand, people who were dulled
    • souls.
    • imbues our souls with a longing to perceive in pictures, then all this
    • the soul in a preceding incarnation and musicality in a later one, as
    • which cannot unfold if we don't carry all this in our soul in the right
    • You see, Asians live much more in the group-soul and much less as individuals.
    • Morals are in a sense innate to them, inborn through the group-soul.
    • the group-soul behind and must be left to their own resources. That
    • with it. I just wanted to show you that even the simplest soul can light
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  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • uplift the soul. It will therefore be more fitting to-day to speak of
    • of the human soul in order that mankind may go forward to better days.
    • sublime. If human souls are able to celebrate the Easter festival
    • preservation in death itself of the eternal life of the soul
    • upon how deeply men are able to experience these thoughts. That souls



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