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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • the few and he expressed it when he said: “When I form thoughts,
    • world does not conform, is not of like nature, to thinking that he says
    • We therefore perform a real
    • that this science, particularly when it forms the basis for a view of
    • If his genius takes other forms people are nowadays apt to vent their
    • etc. will be ahrimanic if, when formulating them, one relies solely
    • takes the form of a disinclination to rise to anything spiritual; there
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • even in its crudest form, has been eradicated from natural science.
    • the former Austrian prime minister, entitled “The Structure and
    • the basis of information received.” Verworn suggests with these
    • childish ideas that the brain receives information from other groups
    • that a political State has a physiological basis, therefore information
    • organization.” —Verworn would no doubt have said that information
    • theories, even though the earlier crude form has given way to ions and
    • hand our cognition, our thinking by means of which we form mental pictures,
    • short, in the will it is too wide. That is the reason our thinking forms
    • of one incarnation together with the will of a former incarnation and
    • formulated, it must unite itself with our being. Thoughts which become
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • man does not know he is surrounded by the Angeloi is because he transforms
    • to transform the concept, the mental picture of Christ in the human
    • cultural developments in their true forms seldom find any accurate picture
    • exists of beholding again the Christ in His true form. As long as one
    • to be a description of Christ in His spiritual form. Just as spiritual
    • other forms. Today it comes to expression in the fact that we have a
    • — whether in the form of natural science or history — far
    • that this battle assumes such a terrible form in the external world
    • avoid the conflict it will make its appearance in a different form.
    • ages and the healing resulted in the formation of the eyes; they came
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • return to his former profession as a German officer. Nevertheless it
    • all he could to bring the life of spiritual knowledge into masonic formalism.
    • an exceptional degree, all the profound but now formalized and rigidified
    • the way modern humanity, in contrast to former times, relies more on
    • convinced it had been formed in an ancient volcanic eruption. But others
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • Christ impulse, how does one come near the Being of Christ? In one form
    • of all former atavistic clairvoyance, does owe its existence to slow
    • Whereas formerly everyone was able to experience the spiritual world
    • used, but is not, produces sickness in some form. Illness is caused
    • but in a spurious form while genuine spiritual science is not approached.
    • was an experience not to be missed. He further informed the writer that
    • had to catch the last express train to Berlin after a theater performance.
    • fast-talking gentleman had led him to form a picture in his mind of
    • the writer's description: “On to the platform came a medium-sized,
    • and living solely for others? He says: “The image I had formed
    • on the platform saying in a soft voice: Believe me Ladies and Gentlemen,
    • to himself: the way this man on the platform expresses himself, the
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • perhaps in the form of a dream or some other kind of vision. Much more
    • cannot formulate the appropriate concepts for receiving rightly such
    • to someone unripe for the information. Nevertheless certain situations
    • indiscretion in spiritual communication, appear in distorted form in
    • are formed according to the way we are organized. I may mention, not
    • of Freedom. These works set out to show that when we form concepts
    • Orientals call Maya. In the activity of forming mental pictures of the
    • an inferior aspect of the world; its true form he would experience only
    • formulae into epistemology is not the point; what matters is the kind
    • related to true reality it enables one to form appropriate judgements.
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • in evidence. Not with its former strength, it is true, but although
    • weakened, it was clearly a remnant of the former atavistic clairvoyance
    • sufficiently to form mental pictures of it. But though the consciousness
    • the formation of the seed to the extinction of the rose what we see
    • not found in parents or earlier ancestors, from former lives on earth.
    • beings. When he attempted to grasp his experiences in conceptual form;
    • i.e. form mental pictures of them, these pictures would vanish in the
    • very process of forming them just like a dream vanishes as we wake up.
    • cosmos although he could not bring it into conscious conceptual form.
    • what helped Henry More to formulate what lived so beautifully in his
    • to give conceptual form.
    • with his students what Lessing had written about a drama performance,
    • because of his former conscious experience — even though as Luther
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • 16th centuries than modern historians are inclined to admit. Great transformation
    • gaze to external nature, to the sky, to cloud formations and so on,
    • a former incarnation, in the pre-Christian Mysteries that prepared the
    • epoch, man's former connection with the spiritual world has grown dim.
    • This is so even when the experiences had been as vivid as those of former
    • from the spiritual world, as he is bound to forget what he formerly
    • former's thoughts and feelings, his whole relation to the world is determined
    • appeared to be, that composition could still be transformed into another.
    • altar, when bread and wine are to be transformed through a mysterious
    • He wanted to convey to man's soul the strength it had formerly gained
    • the fifth post-Atlantean epoch human knowledge had assumed a form that
    • and materialism, man is not able to perform actions that spring directly
    • to the conditions of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. He formulated and
    • strives to reach the spirit by transforming matter; that is, physical
    • in dramatic form the overcoming of ahrimanic powers in external life.
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • pursuits. What aspects of our being is active when we formulate scientific
    • the laws of nature to enable us, through understanding them, to form
    • to form mental pictures of spiritual reality. Plenty of phrases are
    • Roman times had to perform their religious worship down in the catacombs;
    • selflessness. The members soon formed the habit of turning to those
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • that today it is too lightly assumed that in former times,
    • forming any idea of how man's soul, and in particular his
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • as such the possibility of transformation, of metamorphosis
    • he saw as transformations of the basic concept
    • pictures is something new. It enables one to transform
    • conformity with human evolution, it is now. I drew attention
    • recede. He sensed that growth had stopped, that the formation
    • bestowed upon man what formerly he had possessed as an
    • The connection man formerly had with the spiritual world came
    • certain form of life which then progresses to ever higher
    • capable of delving into reality can no longer be formulated.
    • the furnace is missing that could transform them — one
    • whether under the system of representation or any other form
    • antiquity is the best example of such a formation of an
    • position of Homer in antiquity is an example of the formation
    • advisor is an example of how an idea-complex is formed. It is
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • transform him over comparatively short periods of time, and
    • the elemental spirits revealed to them formed the basis for
    • organism is so formed that the nose could only be where it is
    • main form of worship in the third epoch was a star cult.
    • of reformation, only just begun by Luther, is completed, the
    • true of the crystal's form and existence. If on the other
    • hand you form a concept of a flower without roots, you have
    • who thinks in accordance with reality to form a mental
    • anew to form concepts that correspond to reality. A tree
    • especially biologists do are not formulating real thoughts.
    • The State as a Form of Life.
    • Czar. He was clad in his regiment's ceremonial uniform,
    • formerly a follower of Baader
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • forces, by flowing together, form a common stream of
    • recognizes the generally held opinion. Thus for the former
    • what is there left to transform? So again what he has written
    • gives the cell body its form.” (p. 256)
    • Saturn's environment, those of form (Exusiai), of
    • forces at work in the formation of the brain during early
    • speaks is transformed into clusters of demons while a
    • demonstrating it. One must formally show that the man is
    • is Dessoir's source of information. I know that people who
    • conclusion be drawn that primitive thought forms continue
    • unites with the folksong (Agathe); thus words and song form
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • formulate and elaborate concepts that have content. We find
    • physical-bodily nature. The concepts formulated by Brentano
    • threefold in that it thinks; i.e., forms mental pictures, it
    • as threefold but not according to forming mental pictures of
    • between forming mental pictures, judging or assessing, and
    • forming mental pictures, judgments, and fluctuating moods and
    • form mental pictures of something, the images remain within
    • “this tree is green.” The former is a mere
    • formulation of mental pictures, the latter has a basis within
    • activity of merely forming mental pictures one remains within
    • acknowledge not merely that I am forming mental pictures, but
    • and rejection, and forming mental pictures.
    • question may be formulated differently: Where does the good
    • formula that good is that which is worthy of love. Instead,
    • the latter experience does not coincide with the former; you
    • formulated into concept, into mental picture; for that to
    • what is formless in the I and astral body is
    • Christ find entry into human souls in the form presented by
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • the I through the mental activity of forming thought
    • significance. The I of which we form a mental
    • I of which we form a mental picture contains already
    • necessarily exist in the form in which we encounter it. When
    • discovered that one's thinking, i.e., forming mental pictures
    • force which lives in us in this life in the form of a
    • formulate mental pictures of future events you clothe the
    • forming mental pictures, the making of judgments, and the
    • out of a force that was in me in a former life on earth.
    • their spiritual connection from a former life on earth across
    • guide it, whereas thinking and will can be transformed
    • formula as answer. The whole of spiritual science deals with
    • in the form in which He now lives within the earthly sphere.
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • that insofar as we form a thought picture of the I
    • expressed in a simpler, paradigmatic form, saying: “If
    • objects and phenomena to be investigated, and he formulates
    • somewhat formally, saying that natural-scientific
    • of ideas and ideals; he will be concerned about social reform
    • and Chamberlain who formerly had looked upon their opponent
    • in things they can manage. Lloyd George was well informed
    • policeman's uniform and be smuggled through a side door
    • many former Ministers of Trade had come to grief. The way he
    • revenue is really a form of tariff, worked out so that the
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • formless, at another it may have a definite structure. A
    • formulas, sets of concepts with which they can live and be
    • kept at hand in one's pocket. In place of ready formulas,
    • formulated into concepts, whereas spiritual-scientific truths
    • capacity for continuous transformation, which is an
    • debated and already the form in which the problem is
    • going through a process of transformation in our time, which
    • A former
    • by formulating a theory saying: Every province has its own
    • provincial presses a uniform model newspaper. One could
    • which presents in conceptual form a social structure within
    • we have an inherent inclination and ability to formulate such
    • “Renaissance and Reformation — aesthetic
    • form a whole.” Such a sentence tests my patience too
    • and pull from beneath the ground and form the footprints in
    • formations and processes of the brain the forces that create
    • originated from people walking over it, so are the formations
    • phenomena, to rise to a thinking that formulates thoughts

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