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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • If we have any right and true feeling at all, we cannot possibly, even
    • I think the very opposite is true, for it seems to me absolutely
    • that he is looking in the right direction for the true sources of enlivened
    • them mere daubing. This may often have been true, but we will not argue
    • impression. Expressionists do the opposite. That is true; Hermann Bahr
    • — but a writer who is serious about writing, who is a true seeker,
    • boy?” asked the father. “Yes, it's true, father, we do all
    • blunders perpetrated against true thinking and leading to a materialistic
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • it is true in a spiritual sense regardless of any paradox — that
    • accept what He has revealed in the form of anthroposophy as a true Christ-revelation.
    • 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
    • tree trunk, a “true unreality,” because what it appears
    • your thinking is true to reality.
    • It is indeed true that people now are moving in a direction
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • the evolution of our time, in the true sense of the word a symbol of what
    • It is true, and we should not forget it,
    • that this is true when you consider how easily we can store the impressions
    • can see from this that the human being is in the truest sense of the
    • true? No, indeed it is not true!
    • It is indeed true that we move through life
    • between all true spirituality and what will come from the West if the
    • true theosophists did not allow themselves to be known ...
    • cover for the four or five true leaders of the world. And, looking
    • Austrian character, but his true identity shines through the disguise,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • added during earth evolution if we take “see” in the true
    • Let us assume an artist with a true feeling
    • we will say that artists, while they are creating, often feel a true
    • may be more or less true and can sometimes even be quite correct, but
    • If our thinking is to be true to reality,
    • Many things can be logical, but whether they are true to reality is
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • all kinds of facts with the intention to speak about the true spiritual
    • has to have a feeling for this and know that true poetry is the poetry
    • rhyme, not all that passes for poetry is true poetry. But it is true
    • in the hearts and souls of the people and true balance reigned in their
    • to true poetry because there is much too much verse around, and poetry
    • that are true on this opposite path, only then will light be shed upon
    • lack that definitely exists. In the truest sense of the word, there
    • but the renewal of the true Christian life of feeling and experience.
  • 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
    • but it is true nevertheless. Though nowadays people hardly feel this
    • of humor!” Indeed, that is true; for precisely when we enter into
    • true laws of form for the poetry of the future.
    • however, he was struck by the thought — and here true vocation met
    • 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.
    • true spiritual striving, or mere empty words.
    • achieve: a sense for style, a true feeling for art even in this area,
    • the true wellspring of life for Christianity, can be understood only
    • opposed this true understanding grew ever larger.
    • it does not matter what we fool ourselves into thinking true; what matters
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • Now, it is also true that we can wake up
    • the ears. It is indeed true that we study these parts for their spiritual
    • in layers. And that gives you a picture of our true cosmic edifice.
    • is given in images in such a way that it is a true reality for them.
    • generally glad to say it is only fiction and is not necessarily true.
    • true. Yet, he was so loosely connected to our movement that he left
    • been told were true.” Well, that's what the Asians say.
    • on a true picture. This is how things should really flow into pictures.
    • as positive. Nevertheless, it is true that most people know about this
    • preached regicide. But this is not true. In general, people often know
    • things that are untrue but don't as often and as thoroughly know things
    • that are true.
    • — and I am telling you a true story here. Someone was ill in a
    • of our Society and its total annihilation. True, all this does not harm
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • true we can never for a single moment forget the suffering that is now so
    • Whitsun festival inwardly and with true earnestness.

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