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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • relationship between Christmas and human beings, we have to think of
    • Christmas, Easter, and Pentecost! Just think, Christmas as we celebrate
    • I think in our age we have to take these
    • in such studies for several years—might well think our recent
    • I think the very opposite is true, for it seems to me absolutely
    • flow into our souls so that our thinking becomes really enlivened, truly
    • we have gradually forfeited our independent thinking.
    • our power of thinking chained, lamed, and weary.
    • everything except actual thinking. Even here, in the erstwhile nation
    • how to think.
    • to wean us of thinking altogether — everything, even our education,
    • all to think, for feelings and instincts alone will never suffice
    • of Schiller, traces the fact that we have forgotten how to think far
    • do without thinking. He shows this by painting a strange picture of
    • our present time, which we must always think about and cannot forget
    • to consider the necessity of enlivening thinking. However, I have not
    • thinking.
    • comprehend Goethe. But think what it means that a man who has written
    • Hermann Bahr is a man who champions whatever he thinks to be right at
    • socialist standpoint. I think it is out of print now. It has many pages
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • contains the secrets of the whole cosmos, then we will think it worthwhile
    • the physical aspect of the human being and think about it and you'll
    • have to think if you strive for knowledge — you will see there
    • It only takes ordinary thinking and observation to see that there are
    • And now think deeply and with great sensitivity
    • our nervous system! We project ourselves into the world and thus think
    • to kindle our enthusiasm so that it can live in us. Our abstract thinking
    • as that in our soul between abstract, cold thinking and the enthusiasm
    • This book summarizes the thinking, reflections, and contemplations
    • book on Schiller's world view. I don't think you can still get it in
    • 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
    • you think of something unreal when you think about a tree trunk, then
    • your thinking is true to reality.
    • of thoughts about unrealities. Geology thinks of the earth as consisting
    • and only when we think of these latter kingdoms as connected with the
    • mineral are we thinking about a reality. Geology, then, is a completely
    • thinking we will all have to develop. You will also find all kinds of
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • when we think of Herr von Moltke's soul. He participated most actively
    • That is what we should think of. For the
    • balance, smell, taste, sight, warmth, hearing, speech, thinking, and
    • We acquire this sense only gradually in life; we just don't think about
    • consciousness. But just think how little the other hidden senses, those
    • the senses of hearing and speech. Then we have the sense of thinking,
    • of thinking, which in turn is not identical with the ego sense.
    • of speech, thinking, and the I. He knows nothing about them. Imagine,
    • Now you will not think it so improbable when
    • really thinking, as modern materialism does. If you seek the Jakim pillar
    • It is painful to see him show this one-sidedness. Just think of the
    • can the deed come about. I have never been able to think of him
    • we find people think those who have been wronged must appease and cajole
    • way of thinking ...”
  • 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
    • When we think of a centaur, a very well-known
    • If we really want to do justice to our physical body, we have to think
    • Naturally, we must think in similar terms
    • colored surface, your I is active; when you think, your I is active;
    • body painted in such a way that we cannot help thinking it is based
    • of ancestors culminates in a genius. People think this is highly logical.
    • could direct their I to the outside. We must not think of human evolution
    • conscience in thinking, conscientiousness in thinking, or logical
    • conscience, of a conscience in thinking. You can make the most peculiar
    • wisdom of the world, in philosophy. When such thinking exists, when
    • thinking has gone so far off the track, it cannot discipline itself
    • For a spiritual view can develop only if our thinking is sound.
    • If our thinking is to be true to reality,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • thinking, and beliefs of our times that resist and oppose spiritual
    • a new acquisition of humanity — with old ways of thinking and
    • to the ahrimanic and luciferic elements just when we think we are rejecting
    • people think. What happens immediately after one event is taken as its
    • feel sympathy. But what they think about the deepest mysteries of human
    • Just think, such profound words under a sundial,
    • been thinking about a man I spent much time with around the turn of
    • this man's thinking:
    • feeling and thinking about a world view, the other, criminal instincts.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • some things connected with the way we think and feel in our spiritual
    • see, is really a satire. Now you may easily think it improper to treat
    • to think too little about such events and not to see them clearly enough
    • so convenient as the usual way of thinking, but it throws more light on
    • In post-Nietzschean times, I think we can say a super-Rubens. So he
    • you about earlier. Think of the amount of dishonesty there is these
    • things are very distressing. It is necessary to think about them, for
    • think the newspapers leave their soul as easily as they entered it.
    • to go to the bottom of things in their thinking.
    • thinking, and logic — comes into consideration only for those
    • into a spiritual scientific development that has influenced modern thinking
    • modem thinking go back to the beginning of the fifth post-Atlantean
    • Just think of one of the symptoms of this
    • In this respect we are still misunderstood by all those who think they
    • themselves into believing that what they think is right. The less people
    • it does not matter what we fool ourselves into thinking true; what matters
    • by what we imagine. Obviously, everybody thinks his or her own method
    • is the right one. But the right thing is not what we think is right,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • At first, people think that this building
    • extent justified in thinking that the cosmic building consists of parts
    • of these. However, the people who give rein to their fantasy in thinking
    • They must come to a way of thinking that is as different from our thinking
    • everyday way of thinking is from dreams. We dream in pictures, and we
    • edifice, the most complete one, let's say, the human being. Just think,
    • living, active pictures. When you think this analogy through, you will
    • to you if you think it through. In spiritual science we speak of an
    • Right away, they think of the images themselves in completely materialistic
    • Europeans are still too coarse. They think when something is real, then
    • so we can't do that. But we can gradually allow ordinary thinking, applicable
    • only on the physical plane, to turn into thinking about the spiritual
    • world, and then into pictorial thinking, which develops under the influence
    • world, but if they think their view is clear and comprehensible, they
    • follows along the lines of the natural sciences, I do not think you
    • Think how transparent life would become and
    • in the light of reincarnation. Since then they had all been busy thinking
    • is always a bad thing. It is always bad to think about spiritual matters
    • in the same way we think about things on the physical plane. Indeed,
    • do not include the Christ Being in their thinking about the spiritual
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  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • we recall many things made real to us by Spiritual Science. Think only
    • If you think, now, of all that has been said in the course of many



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