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  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 1. Materialism and Spirituality.
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    • pass, an invincible loyalty to the movement, in the deepest sense of
    • world of sense. The case is an interesting one; only it should not be
    • underlies the world of physical sense, in which we live. We learn to
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 2. The Metamorphoses of the Soul-Forces
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    • that is what it must become if the earth is not, in a sense, to be
    • external senses, but also that which remains invisible. We can unite
    • relationships are sought, in the rude external sense-existence; for
    • which in a sense calls out to his capacities of perception. The spirit
    • present themselves to our senses and press in upon our outer
    • before our senses the mineral world, from which proceed the plant
    • latter we feel ourselves in a sense at the top of an ascending
    • external sense things react upon us,’ and the other, that:
    • ‘important’ ones, in the sense we attach to the word in
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 3. The Human Soul and the Universe (part 1)
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    • practical and noble sense able to lead us to feel that there is within
    • belonging to that which is the external world: external in the sense
    • these three which in a sense await us in our future evolution are even
    • the Christian sense: we must from time to time meet with a being of
    • Whether in the Christian sense we place this being in the Hierarchy of
    • Angels, or whether we refer to it in the older sense understood by the
    • comprehensive sense; for at the time when one spoke of the genius of a
    • his physical, sense vision, he merely notices that they come together,
    • than in the winter when, in a sense, he has to struggle with the
    • sense and this should not be blotted out by the abstract materialistic
    • comes still closer to us. Indeed, roughly speaking, in a sense He
    • and exercise of religion. Spiritual Science may in the highest sense,
    • then have around us not merely the sense-world, but also the Spiritual
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 4. Morality, As A Germinating Force
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    • purely external facts, perceptible to the senses. Just think of the
    • for the Spiritual and especially for the moral, in a certain sense.
    • true sense. The way in which man thinks of the Christ Mystery in the
    • of humanity, this view is in a sense quite compatible with the twofold
    • different sense from that to which I then referred.
    • past — are in a sense striving outside the natural order. The
    • free will makes it possible for him to do so. Thus in a sense, because
    • still connected with them; the kingdom of heaven in a sense extended
    • In a sense it was something that subsisted in the ideas, feelings and
    • again to be taken in a truly Christian sense. Those who thought more
    • but nonsense. Yet these lectures were very much praised, and no one
    • physical sense), actual reality. Thus each man sees only as far as the
    • reality as an idol in a material sense, could believe that the cinema
    • developed in the cinema, with this descent below sense-perception, man
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 5. The Human soul and the Universe (part 2)
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    • the Angels. Thus every time we pass through sleep, we pass in a sense,
    • palate, which is the sense in which we generally speak of
    • soul and spirit sense in his physical life between birth and death,
    • region which we human beings, with our ordinary sense-consciousness,
    • metamorphosis of the head, as, in the sense of
    • activities are those which are in a sense at the lowest stage of
    • spiritualised, have least been worked upon in a spiritual sense, there
    • thinking the ordinary thoughts connected with the things of sense. The
    • what lives in the emotions and passions is, in a sense, allowed to
    • ghosts, in their sense of the word. But they only believe they see no
    • of Death. Just as within us the world of sense extends to our tasting,
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 6. Man and the Super-Terrestrial
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    • certain sense, imitates that rhythm in the world-order, which is
    • together. These rhythms work in a certain sense at one time for the
    • now. But man has had in a sense to be lifted out of this parallel with
    • Spirit of the world of the stars, and also in a sense with what went
    • definite localities, there to serve in a sense as receiving stations
    • a certain sense that they should know that if they made themselves
    • development when, in the sense of the old atavistic clairvoyance, man
    • this world, not of the world of sense. It must be a profound attribute
    • born for a few; but for all. In a certain sense there is a
    • he, with his ego and astral body is in a certain sense, inserted into
    • expresses in a sense a living relation of the ‘above and
    • that which in a sense it turns towards us visibly. But that which it
    • sense. The time will come, however, when it will be realised and
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 7. Errors and Truths.
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    • that time to grasp the sense world and also man. In these three
    • external nature and of man. Modern man, speaking in the sense of the
    • nonsense) on thunder-storms, on thunder and lightning; in which he
    • physicist it would be utter nonsense. But precisely as to thunder and
    • sense, all that the whole circle contained. It was an echo of this
    • conviction that without the world of sense there could be no real true
    • help of the Commentaries, the more I am impressed with a lively sense
    • which in a sense, loses its meaning here, rises into the Spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Universe
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    • practical and noble sense able to lead us to feel that there is within
    • belonging to that which is the external world: external in the sense
    • these three which in a sense await us in our future evolution are even
    • the Christian sense: we must from time to time meet with a being of
    • Whether in the Christian sense we place this being in the Hierarchy of
    • Angels, or whether we refer to it in the older sense understood by the
    • comprehensive sense; for at the time when one spoke of the genius of a
    • his physical, sense vision, he merely notices that they come together,
    • than in the winter when, in a sense, he has to struggle with the
    • sense and this should not be blotted out by the abstract materialistic
    • comes still closer to us. Indeed, roughly speaking, in a sense He
    • and exercise of religion. Spiritual Science may in the highest sense,
    • then have around us not merely the sense-world, but also the Spiritual
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture One
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    • certain sense and yet fail to reach down to reality. Of
    • observation, there was no sense in speaking of body, soul and
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Two
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    • apprehends the external world through sense-perception. This
    • understands the word “man” in this sense. From
    • certain sense man had to be endowed with a soul before he
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Three
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    • God or the mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven. In what sense
    • that modern science will regard this as nonsense, but it is
    • realize that this will sound the purest nonsense to those who
    • the path of sense-perception alone, if we recognize only the
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Four
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    • which modern botanists regard as pure nonsense. In his
    • certain sense, been corrupted, has fallen from a higher
    • senses. For example, an impression of red invades us from
    • and it is in this sense that we must understand it. And those
    • sense, but with the true faith demanded by Christ, can find
    • senses alone. It is only slowly and gradually that we can
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Five
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    • deeply than is possible through sense-perception, for
    • sense-perception can only describe the plant kingdom in its
    • responsible for the sense organs which man possesses today.
    • action of light was such that, in the Goethean sense, it was
    • attention to the external world of the senses, but the spirit
    • perceives only the evidence of the senses. This doctrine,
    • case in point which betrays the sense for “truth”
    • sensed what it signified. Try to enter into the thoughts and
    • will be no need to interpret them literally in the sense that
    • must develop a sense which will enable us to evaluate the
    • single events of history, a sense for what is important and
    • a sense for those aspects of the various spiritual streams of
    • sense-impressions. Goethe protested in
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Six
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    • theirs. As a talented writer in the popular sense he made
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Seven
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    • sense. Julian had no such intention; indeed his purpose was
    • sense for truth that was totally foreign to Constantine.
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Eight
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    • figurative sense, a second time on the mighty panorama of
    • owed their sense of form to an instinctive feeling for the
    • eradicate. And these ancient cults which, in a certain sense,
    • Understanding in the sense of the accurate grasping of ideas
    • academic sense, for the simple reason that from the very
    • — and I use the word belief in the sense which I
    • Golgotha — mystical in the true sense of the word. One
    • destroyed by this vandalism, because they had lost all sense
    • should suffer if we were suddenly bereft of our senses, when
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Nine
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    • sense of insecurity, is peculiar to our age; nothing stands
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Ten
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    • clairvoyant sense for Imaginative cognition that he had
    • First, the body is the decisive factor; sense-impressions are
    • external impression is made upon the senses, a thought
    • through the senses from without. Swedenborg points out that
    • he would limit to sense experience) and faith. Faith must
    • the perception of a flower or a stone is a sense-impression
    • too, because it is a farrago of nonsense, it is the acme of
    • which he draws from these findings are pure nonsense. Men of
    • thinking, then the greatest nonsense results. Political
    • again. It is in this sense that we must be able to take
    • resembles the man who says: “Nonsense! I don't



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