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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • the malaise of our time. Steiner vividly confronts us with the dead
    • how the chaos of his time — and ours — can be transcended.
    • not be fitting to speak of Pentecost in our fateful time in the same
    • way as in earlier days. We are living in a time of severe ordeals,
    • for a moment, forget the terrible pain and suffering in our time. It
    • these times — useful insofar as we have to look for the reasons
    • of the great sufferings of our time in our prevailing spiritual condition.
    • difficult times so that humanity as a whole can meet better days in
    • a festival for the joy of children, a festival that in our times —
    • time of nature's awakening, leads us to the gates of death. We can characterize
    • part of nature. At the same time, because Christmas celebrates the birth
    • of Jesus of Nazareth. If I were speaking in a time when the sense for
    • upon the winter solstice, that is, at the time when the earth is shrouded
    • would at other times. For how we will extricate ourselves from the sorrowful
    • and disheartening events of our times will largely depend on how deeply
    • spiritual science should increasingly feel this necessity of our times
    • for our times.
    • We had time, desire, and ambition for
    • our present time, which we must always think about and cannot forget
    • But in modern times what is called impressionism
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • the malaise of our time. Steiner vividly confronts us with the dead
    • how the chaos of his time — and ours — can be transcended.
    • such a spiritual understanding of the world. Last time I mentioned Hermann
    • lectures of the past winters in these difficult times and have now collected
    • toward the spirit even though they could not yet get there. Time will
    • buying it. But the important thing is to read it! Time will tell whether
    • this book, which was written only to serve the times, will have any
    • It is out of print and was probably remaindered a long time ago, for
    • and more lively and urgent in recent times. Yet, most people only reach
    • evidently having been only a flash in the pan. For a long time there,
    • circle. Then time will tell whether there is any understanding for the
    • difficult times, but I have substantiated everything with details and
    • in our time considers great and important — he told it with the
    • all times, if you like.”
    • to denounce anyone but simply to show what our times are like. We must
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • the malaise of our time. Steiner vividly confronts us with the dead
    • how the chaos of his time — and ours — can be transcended.
    • outstanding part he played in the great and fateful events of our time,
    • picture of everything that concerns our time. As I said, we will not
    • the evolution of our time, in the true sense of the word a symbol of what
    • times. There will not be a lasting future if the substance of this spiritual
    • Here was a soul, a personality, who did all this and, at the same time,
    • wish, but one bom out of the need of our times. You should feel how
    • meaning of the signs of the times correctly. May many follow this soul
    • to exist for a time, but they are quite obsolete, and it is important
    • I called them lectures on anthroposophy. Last time, I referred to these
    • sequence in time. The sun moves from Aries through Taurus, and so on,
    • people can go wrong in our time in this matter of the senses. Eduard
    • philosophers of our time starts by denying the existence of the senses
    • the soul, that is, through the twelve senses. Every time we perceive
    • I tell you that in the time between death and rebirth the senses that
    • for us because they will then be spiritualized. At the same time, the
    • birth, however, we feel balance all the time. We have a direct experience
    • is built up out of the macrocosm. In our time, it is very important
    • equilibrium. Therefore two pillars are erected for our times also, and
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • the malaise of our time. Steiner vividly confronts us with the dead
    • how the chaos of his time — and ours — can be transcended.
    • body has been shaped in the course of four very long periods of time.
    • human development reaches very far back into the past to a time long
    • in your constitution, every time light reaches your eyes.
    • itself in a healthy way by the time we wake up. However, if it is sick,
    • matter, so-called actuality. Every time artists had the task to create
    • may be more or less true and can sometimes even be quite correct, but
    • of Beethoven everything that was purified in the time between death
    • in our time cannot easily perceive anymore. The crass, materialist explanation
    • take in something that could not be perceived in earlier times. This
    • times, but, of course, it is occasionally carried over.
    • reality; they show the person as he or she is — most of the time,
    • readers understand that we can hold on to ideals while at the same time
    • to show that there is in our time a tendency, an impulse, toward spiritual
    • expression — a matter of time. We will advance in this area only
    • time, and gradually a seriousness toward our cause has developed as
    • and around Berlin at one time and names such as Josua Klein and others.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • the malaise of our time. Steiner vividly confronts us with the dead
    • how the chaos of his time — and ours — can be transcended.
    • thinking, and beliefs of our times that resist and oppose spiritual
    • In our times, one such sin is perpetrated
    • time through the law of cause and effect — at least that's what
    • important than another. Sometimes a particular event taking place at
    • a particular time may mean much more for the understanding of what follows
    • than other events happening at the same time. The point is to find the
    • and it finds at certain times particular events that are of far greater
    • current situation has come about. Today is not the time to explain these
    • that someone walked through a village at the time when there were still
    • I reckon with time;
    • “I reckon with time. And thou?” Here, out of direct perception
    • points out to him: “A shadow so too art thou! I reckon with time.
    • for us, for our conscience: “Do you reckon with time? Are you
    • finding your place in your time?” That is what I mean by saying
    • how many beautiful ethical truths about the use of time we impress upon
    • glide,” is one of the greatest poets of all time. But first one
    • surely originated in a time when a profound poetical sensibility lived
    • in matters of world view that is what happens all the time.
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • the malaise of our time. Steiner vividly confronts us with the dead
    • how the chaos of his time — and ours — can be transcended.
    • Last time, in another context, I spoke about
    • spiritual science has to enter the culture of our times and bring something
    • of Science. All this happened just at the time when the Austrian Crown
    • our circle have been up to mischief many times, mischief we must strongly
    • supposedly thus and so, and on and on! Sometimes what is said seems
    • of fate we witness in our time. Nowadays everything that is not part
    • In post-Nietzschean times, I think we can say a super-Rubens. So he
    • naturally he broadcast the story everywhere, and at the time it made
    • By the time it was discovered what they had done, they had already
    • science. At the same time, they see that the impulses of spiritual science
    • Now, in our time most people who read anything
    • must forget in the case of some newspapers. One time, we were in the
    • the subconscious of our soul and works there as a force over time. It
    • goes on working in what we can call the general spirit of the times,
    • the ahrimanic spirit of the times. In other words, good books today
    • one of the most outstanding and most unappreciated authors of our time.
    • really feel that the basic shortcomings of our time are expressed in
    • science is not to be a washout for our time. The important thing is
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • the malaise of our time. Steiner vividly confronts us with the dead
    • how the chaos of his time — and ours — can be transcended.
    • of parts: head, limbs, sense organs, and so on. We have tried over time
    • old Sun and the old Moon periods up to the time of our earth. During
    • permeated the physical one. In ancient times, people were always aware
    • because they have kept features from earlier times, you find that to
    • Once upon a time there was a couple, and they
    • rat” struck — in the Orient, the time between midnight and
    • Still, there are those who give their time
    • of people. Of course, the two qualities are sometimes more and sometimes
    • Imagine a person living in Rome at the time
    • anything but immorality in the Rome of that time. Now Rome was indeed
    • in general terms, and at one time, I talked to one of our branch groups
    • the corresponding time in our earlier incarnation. This is how I have
    • That was a nuisance for a long time. Naturally
    • person. In our time it is generally false when somebody looks within
    • would have had to wait a long time before being told about their previous
    • among us for a long time and even belonged to the “Club of the
    • it takes such an infinitely long time for people to feel thoroughly
    • connected with the impulses of spiritual science. In the meantime, we
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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
    • sufferings of the present time lie in the prevailing attitude to the
    • These times of festival can be experienced in their depths only when
    • happenings, with the winter solstice, the time when the earth is
    • be taken in a deeper sense than at other times. For how we shall



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