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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • Given in 1916, when Europe was in the throes of the First World War,
    • is a festival connected almost by nature to a world of feelings that
    • the spiritual world. The etheric body, though also spirit, remains bound
    • sleep and enter the spiritual world — the world from which the
    • world. And the I represents our continual resurrection in the spirit,
    • our renewed life in the spiritual world, which is neither nature nor
    • the world of the stars but permeates everything.
    • of the immortal world of the I, reminding us that we participate not
    • heights of the world and take on earthly form to become one of us children
    • with the whole world! As Christmas belongs to the earth and Easter to
    • worlds. What all humanity received in the descent of the divine human
    • spiritual world within ourselves and to truly celebrate Pentecost inwardly,
    • the external world and then worked with it spiritually. In art the perception
    • of the outer world unites with what lives in the spirit. Goethe would
    • of the world was not greatly affected by their comments. However, he
    • with the world view of modern idealism and spiritualism, you will find
    • Eugene Levy's description of my world view.
    • western world whose opinions are valued do not understand a thing about
    • us that the trend-setting, so-called cultural world nowadays lives in
    • an ape and have gradually worked his way up to his current world view
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • Given in 1916, when Europe was in the throes of the First World War,
    • who seriously strive for knowledge have to study how the world's specific
    • physical world are, in the first place, material phenomena. If we seriously
    • to the world beyond the earth.
    • world. It has found its culmination, its goal, in present-day natural
    • science, which sees the world as built up out of atoms. These atoms,
    • world outside. The world of atoms out there is nothing but a projection of
    • our nervous system! We project ourselves into the world and thus think
    • world. We do not understand their conflict unless we know it is really
    • even unto the end of the world.” And He is with us not as one
    • such a spiritual understanding of the world. Last time I mentioned Hermann
    • book on Schiller's world view. I don't think you can still get it in
    • a teacher in Vienna whom the world has forgotten. He once had the misfortune
    • world.
    • spiritual world. If they had only turned to works such as Schelling's
    • in terms of the atomistic world view means insisting what the natural
    • when the newspaper world was thoroughly amazed by the daring flight
    • to contemplate one of the opinions expressed by this world-famous man;
    • This man has given the world a new medical preparation; his
    • very useful in the outer world and what will inevitably lead our whole
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • Given in 1916, when Europe was in the throes of the First World War,
    • entering the spiritual world bearing within them what they have received
    • many years through our spiritual science into the spiritual world, where
    • an age when the occult knowledge from the spiritual world must be given
    • everything we experience in our soul, is related to the outer world
    • one of our coarser senses, we bump into the world around us. The sense
    • at one pillar of the world and sets again at the other. We pass these
    • Our outer world during the life between death
    • out over the world is in you.”
    • the spiritual world through death. What is contained in the word Boaz
    • strength, I shall find poured out over the whole world; in it I shall
    • You see, everything in the world around us
    • life. He did not see the spirit working in the outer world — a
    • find it in the exclusive search for the spiritual in the outer world.
    • wise men, living in solitude and seclusion from the world, yet connected
    • over the world and hidden in secret, knights of the Holy Grail?
    • hurried through the world and has been everywhere, as I have told you,
    • that the world was governed by a small group of secret leaders,
    • to have followed the traces of this secret world government, of
    • cover for the four or five true leaders of the world. And, looking
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • Given in 1916, when Europe was in the throes of the First World War,
    • I. In our life in the physical world, we are at first active only in
    • in connection with world views is that the best explanation is always
    • and perceives the outer world. When the ancient Greeks watched a bird
    • in the spiritual world down to human beings adapting themselves more
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment
    • but we can look at the world as if atoms existed. We don't
    • need to assume the soul exists, but we can look at the world as if it
    • wisdom of the world, in philosophy. When such thinking exists, when
    • have a piece cut out of the world of the senses, but this fragment is
    • up in the world outside again and again: what is discussed and represented
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • Given in 1916, when Europe was in the throes of the First World War,
    • We must be aware that the world as it presents
    • our world. The world exists neither because of a state of rest nor because
    • did not play a role in the world. On the other hand, we also know there
    • with world views, who say they are striving for unity. That sounds very
    • tragic war, as if the world had only begun in July of 1914! They forget
    • You see, people may go through the world, they may stand on a mountain
    • but a shadow of what works and weaves in the spiritual world. How vividly
    • truth of the world only if we continuously come upon the truth in our
    • interaction with the world, only if we don't insist on carrying a priori
    • the external world or by merely immersing ourselves deeply into our
    • by the eternal powers. We can perceive the spiritual world only when
    • the external world pretty much without seeking the symptomatic traits
    • Thou world of wonder, broad and long!
    • He wants to reduce all philosophy and all world views to mere
    • concept like a gesture. People always forget this in their world view.
    • in matters of world view that is what happens all the time.
    • the world, are losing all connection with the spiritual. For just talking
    • But what will become of our world if it loses all contact with the spiritual,
    • world. Humanity needs world views; people do not want to live without
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • Given in 1916, when Europe was in the throes of the First World War,
    • if we want to advance in this sphere of a spiritual world view, one
    • at those things in the world that are a laughing matter when judged
    • our spiritual movement in the world. Basically, there was nothing to
    • is ruling spiritually in the world? The usual scholarly babble, however,
    • the world.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • Given in 1916, when Europe was in the throes of the First World War,
    • WHEN WE look at the world around us as our senses and intellect perceive
    • can have a whole world in these pictures of ours. Then we wake up and
    • Now, what we see when we enter this world
    • to understand each part in its relation to the spiritual world. Remember,
    • study our sense organs, we are actually studying world-embracing forces
    • again as it was in earlier cultural epochs when a spiritual world view
    • world was based on the spiritual taking hold of the soul. That is why
    • “occult reading of the world,” and rightly so. What conventional
    • science is doing cannot be called “reading the world.” If
    • so to speak, the meaning of the world. Thus, it was with good reason
    • that what is spiritual in the world was called “The Word,”
    • for the world has to be read if it is to be understood spiritually.
    • world. They believed that now the soul would not return anymore; they
    • world.
    • the physical world but has no meaning in the spiritual world. There
    • That is why it is so much easier to speak about the spiritual world
    • tell only about what really exists, albeit in the spiritual world. That
    • is the profound difference between the European and the Asian world
    • world, and then into pictorial thinking, which develops under the influence
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  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • to the significance of such festivals in the evolution of the world
    • with a world of feeling engendered by the Gospel of St. Luke, by those
    • world in commemoration of the births of saviours are the thoughts
    • world. His etheric body remains bound, supersensibly, to the physical
    • with him and enters the spiritual world whence descended that
    • spiritual realm which is neither nature nor the world of stars, but
    • lives alike in man, in the stars, in the world.
    • spiritual world into living activity within them, to celebrate the

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