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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • knowledge alone can enlighten us about them.
    • explanation in the light of spiritual knowledge, we must make the following
    • knowledge themselves by the circumstances and conditions prevailing
    • that our age cannot be understood without spiritual knowledge. Human
    • knowledge — the Spirit which, though it pervades everything, does
    • physical environment; they must be set free by the knowledge and insight
    • knowledge. Life today is not seen as it truly is; people shun the spirit
    • It is useless to harbor spiritual knowledge as an abstract general truth,
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • that from spiritual knowledge there must flow into man's thinking, feeling
    • sheer lack of knowledge prevails among prominent scientific investigators
    • knowledge one is led to lofty, sublime concepts. They apply to the way
    • should be derived from his knowledge of the human organism.
    • knowledge as fools or visionaries. If only these people would let what
    • in the book Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment
    • You can sense that this primordial revelation stems from a knowledge
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • I indicated last time that the rhythm of the breath, and with it knowledge,
    • instead of processes in the brain our whole relation to, and knowledge
    • bodily foundation for knowledge. — In order to deepen our understanding
    • man was exposed to the influence of Lucifer, his knowledge, indeed his
    • whole relation to the world, was intended to be different. Knowledge
    • and after the Mystery of Golgotha is not likely to be perceived or acknowledged
    • before the Mystery of Golgotha — man had a vivid knowledge of
    • carried up to man knowledge of what was happening on earth.
    • But in regard to certain higher knowledge man's earthly consciousness
    • of the possibility to irradiate his breathing with knowledge.
    • cognize; i.e. attain knowledge through our breath, then with every inhalation
    • exceptional individuals have been able — through spiritual knowledge
    • rather than knowledge. Christians were not to expect knowledge concerning
    • spiritual knowledge through which man spiritually should make his own
    • is very little inclination today to acknowledge Christ as the Great
    • concept of Christ in the full awareness that all external knowledge
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • engendered by knowledge which we seek through spiritual science—we
    • all he could to bring the life of spiritual knowledge into masonic formalism.
    • knowledge accumulated over centuries. Just because of his high position
    • only come from spiritual science into this rigidified knowledge. His
    • Hermann Bahr, about his path of knowledge. His latest books,
    • and Knowledge” [ Note 2 ] and it deals with
    • if it is used to denote the highest impulse in the pursuit of knowledge
    • Knowledge must be guided by faith, reason alone can attain nothing.
    • Pascal indicated, we can attain knowledge of life and death; of God
    • be necessary for me to testify that I acknowledge the teaching of the
    • “It will not be necessary for me to testify that I acknowledge
    • himself into reason and bring about confusion. This knowledge can be
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • more feeling for spiritual knowledge, more people concerned themselves
    • of Golgotha man gained knowledge through the forces of birth; after
    • the Mystery of Golgotha he gains knowledge through the forces of death.
    • circumstances such a great number of people still do not acknowledge
    • other a shrinking away from such knowledge. Many things show that the
    • knowledge which should be impartial at present; they must also be able
    • to recognize where there is a shrinking away from such knowledge. One
    • this knowledge faded and had vanished altogether by the turn of the
    • of spiritual science. Ahrimanic forces battle against this knowledge
    • from real knowledge of the present age. And it is not biased propaganda
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • takes place of a kind possible only between someone with knowledge on
    • of an inferior kind who are forever attempting to obtain knowledge of
    • knowledge. Not that everything can be judged in stereotyped fashion
    • according to spiritual science. But spiritual knowledge can stir us
    • knowledge may become a vital force enabling souls to deal appropriately
    • aroused by spiritual knowledge away from the real issues. The opportunities
    • a special subject will certainly become ever more knowledgeable and
    • and Knowledge,” even someone of the stature of Hermann Bahr does
    • all he says there is no sign in his “Reason and Knowledge
    • refuted in my books Truth and Knowledge and The Philosophy
    • the body. This is the relation between true reality and knowledge. The
    • task of real knowledge and therefore real science is to turn half reality;
    • Knowledge and The Philosophy of Freedom are philosophic
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • especially to the human soul. The view obtained through spiritual knowledge
    • of views when an initiate, from his knowledge of the spiritual world,
    • if one wants to reach certain higher knowledge one must learn to regard
    • sudden revelation. The reason was because he did have a dim knowledge,
    • what is in the process of decline. Spiritual knowledge is needed to
    • are not aware of it, present-day natural-scientific knowledge is saturated
    • this knowledge had become subconscious — of that realm where he
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • has become dim, and therefore fails to become conscious knowledge, is
    • man whose view is that the apex of knowledge has been reached and that
    • methods and a special kind of knowledge, the possibility to observe
    • knowledge and religious feelings concerning the spiritual world were
    • times knowledge of the divine-spiritual-world had been attained through
    • direct knowledge of the spiritual world which you can otherwise no longer
    • to realize that at that time knowledge of nature was alchemy in the
    • again in future epochs, but in our time it is a deeply hidden knowledge.
    • In that earlier age it was part of man's knowledge that spiritual forces
    • This knowledge inevitably
    • be able to acknowledge anything spiritual in matter, Luther sought to
    • the fifth post-Atlantean epoch human knowledge had assumed a form that
    • inherent in knowledge itself, so that it could look into the spiritual
    • soul where it is united with the divine. Today both freedom and knowledge
    • that there are limits to human knowledge has frequently been proclaimed.
    • To speak of limits of knowledge in the sense of Kant
    • cannot attain either freedom, or knowledge of the divine, in the fifth
    • value in the eyes of the Highest Powers, but solely his soul's acknowledgement
    • demons, yet refuses to acknowledge the, to Luther well known, devil.
    • direct knowledge of the diabolical realm of the spiritual world. Bearing
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • people fail to become aware that only spiritual knowledge can throw
    • knowledge.
    • is based solely on their natural-scientific knowledge and observations
    • pictures, derived from spiritual knowledge. Naturally, these ideas are
    • human morality seen in the light of spiritual knowledge. It is easy
    • not acknowledge.
    • of the vistas opening up through knowledge of the evolutions of Saturn,
    • necessary? Yet this knowledge is needed in order to understand even
    • spiritual knowledge is present. They deal with the kind of thinking,
    • are presented. If minds had been occupied instead with spiritual knowledge,
    • show so little interest in spiritual knowledge. The real reason is,
    • soul in order to take the next step. Spiritual knowledge does indeed
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • aware, because it was common knowledge and experience, that
    • higher knowledge; it originated with the Greeks, even with
    • arose for knowledge of immortality to be obtained directly
    • without any physical intermediary. This knowledge can be
    • knowledge of the placement of the Mystery of Golgotha within
    • spiritual knowledge gradually explains and illumines the
    • spiritual knowledge. I venture to say that during my
    • knowledge, from true insight into the meaning and direction
    • unite with knowledge derived from spiritual investigation. A
    • knowledge that one finds, as the saying is,
    • The satisfaction derived from knowledge of life as it
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • dealing with issues permeates all spheres of knowledge.
    • of mankind, 35, he still had imaginative knowledge of the Christ
    • knowledge if he wants to acquire them. Spiritual science
    • he refuses the path of spiritual knowledge, from delving into
    • man becoming ever more obtuse without spiritual knowledge.
    • knowledgeable about an issue should be the ones to judge what
    • distribution or knowledge about art. Robert Scheu did in fact
    • spiritual aspect by means of spiritual knowledge.
    • which blind them to its reality. Without spiritual knowledge
    • are knowledgeable to speak on the issues. One such issue he
    • be attached to today's knowledge which would allow spiritual
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • spiritual knowledge modern education leads logically to such
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • it is simply traditional knowledge and becomes irrefutable
    • knowledge.
    • naturally not generally acknowledged, individual instances do
    • quotes. In dealing with super-sensible knowledge it is
    • self-knowledge, that the very fact of his finding disciples
    • superior knowledge it is assumed that he is connected
    • knowledge, which is experienced pictorially, as the first
    • stage of super-sensible knowledge; just as one gains knowledge
    • one gains knowledge of facts belonging to higher worlds
    • through imaginative knowledge. What Professor Dessoir makes
    • of this is not very clear. When he reads that knowledge is
    • India. Because he reads that imaginative knowledge, the first
    • stage of higher knowledge, is symbolic he thinks that ancient
    • India, the object of that knowledge, is itself only a symbol.
    • Dessoir, when knowledge is pictorial, it can depict only
    • any knowledge of what Aristotle, for example, says about the
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • of the ancient knowledge so often described by us as having
    • he needed spiritual knowledge. But
    • knowledge a path is found to the spiritual reality with which
    • acknowledge not merely that I am forming mental pictures, but
    • do we acknowledge certain things and reject others? Those we
    • acknowledge we regard as truth; those we reject we regard as
    • According to Brentano, love is what prompts us to acknowledge
    • judging them true or false, acknowledge or reject them? Even
    • answer the question What gives me the right to acknowledge or
    • could not do as he did not acknowledge its existence. All he
    • the good cannot be attained without the knowledge that it
    • knowledge he sought. His answers appear so meager because
    • Consequently one cannot, without spiritual knowledge, come to
    • But spiritual knowledge enables man to discover the Christ
    • weaving life is acknowledged.
    • discovered only through spiritual knowledge. Saying that
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • Human Development, the Difficulty with Self Knowledge
    • bound up with the quest for self-knowledge. People tend to
    • What they actually experience is that self-knowledge is diminished
    • be clear, at least in principle, why self-knowledge is so
    • along which self-knowledge can be sought. The self, the
    • scientific knowledge, all the repute and mutual esteem and
    • and ever more spirit, and yet reject knowledge of real
    • knowledgeable through them. That is not the purpose; what
    • leads to enhanced self-knowledge by delving into oneself in
    • themselves are basically bad guides to self-knowledge. The
    • wanted to gain knowledge of such a being would have to
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • only come from spiritual knowledge, as I have often
    • is spiritual in the world, from our knowledge of the
    • knowledge. The age of the human being is receding the way I
    • investigator with his spiritual knowledge will have a
    • spiritual knowledge will progress in his development up to
    • refuses to absorb any knowledge that provides seeds for the
    • knowledge from books but from practical life, from the way
    • knowledge of the forces inherent in the peoples of Europe.
    • They have knowledge of where and when various peoples, or
    • knowledge is exact and far-reaching, and has for centuries
    • existed an exact knowledge of the peoples of Europe and their
    • other influence, based on ancient knowledge, asserted
    • spiritual knowledge, with the laws that govern that
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • knowledge that can fill the soul with spiritual content.
    • off when man will regret that he did not seek knowledge of
    • other when I acknowledge what they have to say. Nor do I feel



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