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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • that we must work on the development of our souls particularly in these
    • again when people decide to work at understanding such spiritual things.
    • we can grasp such thoughts. Our souls will have to work their way out
    • our art, recreation, work, social life, travel, and domestic life.
    • the work of artists such as Goethe, Schiller, Shakespeare, Corneille,
    • the external world and then worked with it spiritually. In art the perception
    • have denied the status of “art” to all works that do not
    • politics. Bahr then returned to Berlin and worked for a while as editor
    • it can work quite well to give only the first impression. A socialist
    • nature and quickly set it down, without any inner work on the visual
    • do? He turns to Goethe, reads his works, for example, the following
    • imagination, concept and idea are all at work at once, manifesting
    • elementary inner sight. And then he went further. He read the works
    • So, Bahr gradually worked his way through
    • day may still come. In any case, you can see that here a man is working
    • arrives at reading Goethe. Working his way through Goethe's writings,
    • and has expressed in his works.
    • an ape and have gradually worked his way up to his current world view
    • have worked his way down to the bishop's world view. Such anecdotes are
    • between us and the animals. This man makes short work of the whole history
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • are more or less the result of outside influences, of everything working
    • some of the great, spiritual works our great writers created in the
    • nineteenth century; they are magnificent and important works. However,
    • works are the philosophical writings of Schiller, for instance, his
    • Their works provide a completely different kind of nourishment
    • spiritual world. If they had only turned to works such as Schelling's
    • comparisons and analogies in this book because I did not work with abstract,
    • worked with images like this. It remains to be seen whether this unique
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • formed the basis of his actions and his work — to appreciate and
    • then works as a deeply significant, powerful force in the realm we want
    • Spirit of your soul, ever working Guardian!
    • life. He did not see the spirit working in the outer world — a
    • works, he admits that he is only just beginning to really understand
    • with each other through secret signs, and working wonderfully and
    • perhaps not to be entered but merely felt, yet working and predominating
    • other nor anything of each other and yet are working together and
    • select. On theology there were only the most essential works, the
    • were more books: all of Kant's works, including the collected volumes
    • but of German literature only the works of Novalis and Goethe, the
    • on the acknowledgment of God in the living deed, the pious work
    • who have written neo-German works on Goethe.
    • to work. At the time of the assassination in Sarajevo, this poor fool
    • long overstepped the limits of his earthly work and had already
    • over completely, I knew. In order to fulfill his work he could no
    • uniform and consistent since the beginning of our work.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • of growth an development, at work in both the physical and the etheric
    • it works to expel the sickness upward. That is why many people and even
    • has a depleting, consuming nature. That has to be expressed in the work
    • really worked like a beaver to present his points. This book traces
    • of all this busy work? The objective is to show that traits that have
    • work on the soul when they are seen in the light of spiritual science.
    • the artists in ancient Greece did not work with their models as modem
    • water because the comparison to a doll does not work: dolls are at least
    • according to his own admission — to read Goethe's works and that
    • Now we have been working together for a long
    • the seriousness of our striving, the seriousness of our work. Now, let
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • but a shadow of what works and weaves in the spiritual world. How vividly
    • facts work side by side, each as important as the others and instead
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • artworks for museums to hang pictures as if they did not really belong
    • days when people judge art. Do people buy actual works of art? No, names
    • were unable to sell their own work. When they wrote the name Leonardo
    • soul takes in directly and to what it takes in to preserve and work
    • 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,
    • in and works upon the ego, which imprints it into our memory, has much
    • Meyer's works showed clear, decisive, and strictly methodical research.
    • Herman Grimm, on the other hand, was not to be called a real worker
    • really lives in the style of Herman Grimm's works, in his manner of
    • be dictated to us by reality, by what lives and works in reality, not
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • without having any idea that each brick in turn is a small work of art,
    • with its forces working into us primarily from the twelve signs of the
    • that have worked in us over millions and millions of years, and have
    • Asians do not understand this. In what they call works of art, they
    • useless occupation. Clearly, we have to understand the Asian art works
    • when Michelangelo and Raphael produced their great works and not seeing
    • this would happen only if we worked with crude concepts. If we stay
    • He was making propaganda for the spiritual world while working his job!
    • person he had worked with for a long time. He said that person did not
    • only quotations from my printed and published works, but also long passages
    • it can easily develop in such a way that it works against what spiritual
    • works, for the idea of accepting a person's teaching in order to refute
    • all human beings, for the working together of all people. And let us
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • spiritual, and that it is vitally urgent to work for the development
    • Christmas Tree, and the birth, too, leads our minds to the workings
    • will have themselves to work their way out of the present catastrophic



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