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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • does not belong to the external physical world at all. On the contrary
    • in its own being and nature it belongs to the spiritual world. We already
    • sense; it is semblance, illusion. Thus, along a path, different to that
    • live in thinking, we are no longer on the physical plane. It is only
    • spiritual world. Basically he asserts that man belongs to two worlds,
    • saying goes. He lived for a long time in Tübingen, then in Stuttgart
    • a long way from studying either history or life in this way. Yet only
    • an unconscious longing for these thoughts to arise in human beings which
    • this causes an undefined longing for these thoughts. Because the longing
    • In earlier times there were many who experienced such unsatisfied longing.
    • world. A thought is like a corpse as long as it only mirrors nature
    • has remained for so long in a stage of infancy. It must be said though
    • forces are active in spheres where they do not belong they become destructive.
    • living grasp of spiritual reality one can no longer avoid the recognition
    • difficult to speak about things belonging to this domain, at the same
    • time they are no longer good. Nowadays people all too readily take things
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • has the pretention to suggest that the concepts belonging to the realm
    • sphere false and misinterpreted ideas remain undetected as they no longer
    • long ago. And then it was based on concepts that were equally obscure.
    • notion to organisms. Someone else comes along and transfers his notion
    • and have no idea that concepts, belonging to quite a different realm,
    • for guidance but do not find the security they long for. All that the
    • at present is longing to know how and where it belongs within the great
    • on life who feel they do not belong, are numerous in our time. They
    • are for the most part souls who, out of an instinctive need, long for
    • feeling of security, of belonging. So what is lacking, what is it that
    • is a consciousness of belonging within the world. Weakness and inner
    • world view will tell him where his physical body belongs within world
    • man's physical body belongs in the evolutionary process. But the natural-scientific
    • He must seek this harmony along a more spiritual path.
    • Orient longs: to bring the rhythm of the process of breathing into the
    • will enable him to recognize where he belongs, now and in the future,
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • Angeloi, and especially the Angels belonging to individual human beings,
    • could know of Christ as long as He had not yet come to the earth. From
    • the moment He had come man could no longer know of Him in the same way.
    • exists of beholding again the Christ in His true form. As long as one
    • injured and pain arose in consequence. This process went on for long
    • one enters a domain where one can no longer think as one pleases; here
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • long after we had become personally acquainted, we had a conversation.
    • Herman Joachim belongs to
    • regarded as belonging to the intelligentsia, who is recorded as saying:
    • else about Olga von Sivers. She belongs to those among us who, from
    • to distinguishing between those spiritual impulses which belong to our
    • Movement, things which belong to our most beautiful, loftiest and significant
    • someone who, though she did not belong to this branch, I would nevertheless
    • who not long ago went from the physical plane into the spiritual world.
    • the divine spiritual for which the human soul longs. Through her inner
    • belong to our studies — using the word here free from all pedantry.
    • impulses at work in our lower life, impulses which draw reason along
    • in man's evolution which belong in the past. Consequently Hermann Bahr
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • with the spiritual world. Eventually humanity would no longer be able
    • only of organic and etheric members. A long time ago men's souls would
    • if we look back to conditions, as they generally were a long time before
    • is possible to belong to established Christian communities, perhaps
    • longing is there to find again the spirit, which however, cannot be
    • the longing is present is often emphasized by writers who are themselves
    • a longing to say things which are opposite one's inclinations. Let us
    • of a longing many people have; they are dissatisfied with external life
    • and want something different. There is a genuine longing to rise above
    • external life but the longing finds unhealthy expression because people
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • last, got away from speaking about spiritual beings; no longer speaks
    • thinking the Christ Spirit cannot be attained. Consequently as long
    • that belongs to pre-Christian times, philosophy will continue to cloud
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • no longer understand their attitude to life. This fact comes to expression
    • has no longer been possible. From then onwards one had to draw ever
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • felt and experienced the fifth cultural epoch as a soul belonging to
    • with great exactitude. But he no longer has vision of the spiritual
    • world; no longer is there a path leading from the soul to the spiritual
    • direct knowledge of the spiritual world which you can otherwise no longer
    • but as someone who also belonged to the fourth post-Atlantean epoch.
    • no longer reach. Luther may not have been conscious of these things
    • her book about Luther this longing comes to expression: that if only
    • further its development along the path that Goethe strode with such
    • Goethe and Schiller belong in recent cultural development because it
    • those, now regarded as great figures of the 19th century, would no longer
    • because it makes no difference what is established as long as there
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • its consequences for human evolution. This volume along with Aspects of
    • comes to the conclusion that as long as there are individuals who are
    • human beings still rely on old, even ancient ideas though they no longer
    • but this is no longer possible when one knows that virtues will of themselves
    • external facts to lead one along. One is not required to rouse oneself
    • she expresses a positive longing for the devil, she means of course
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • school, it belongs to youth; in later life one no longer
    • am now on my own, my bodily nature no longer contributes to
    • long, nor as intensely, in the decline, the sclerosis of the
    • organism. The soul did not participate for so long in those
    • The first half of life made a person belong to the
    • physical life through birth, was no longer obvious to the
    • that after death man was no longer a complete human being. As
    • off, he is no longer a complete human being; if both arms are
    • from him as happens in death, then he is truly no longer a
    • the body. This independence would happen long before his
    • evolution he would no longer have been able to look up to any
    • what the soul no longer receives through its dependence on
    • which will provide the soul with what it no longer receives
    • research into these things goes back to long before the war,
    • as long as people refuse to base what is called
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • longer sufficient to understand present-day life which has
    • life. Today man no longer notices when his body passes beyond
    • experienced something which can be experienced no longer,
    • longer lasted beyond the point of their culmination though
    • about his 30th year; that is, as long as the forces of growth
    • and therefore no longer experiences himself as a healthy,
    • recognized it will be realized that along that path no
    • the spirit, he must do so along paths where there is no
    • easy-going, not rack it. Either way he no longer finds
    • capable of delving into reality can no longer be formulated.
    • is a thought that essentially belongs to this very moment in
    • portion of humanity to which we belong. Let me use an example.
    • longer be living within living images to be able to produce
    • impossible to think along with something like that if one
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • organism, but for that there is no longer any feeling or
    • part of the earth's organism is no longer taken into account.
    • Man no longer knows what kind of spiritual entities, what
    • Man has become abstract; he no longer experiences things as
    • a descent into darkness. There was no longer the close
    • were aware, but they no longer felt to the same extent that
    • decline — man could no longer experience the cosmic
    • through impulses that are no longer provided by man's bodily
    • crisis in which people no longer have any true sense as to
    • which has been uprooted is no longer a reality to which the
    • that to which it belongs is present or not.
    • when walking as this, to him, seemed more dignified) long
    • had been going on for a long time; everybody longed for
    • further the longer it lasts. The suffering of humanity
    • through a prolonged war and further bloodshed. Out of the
    • that no longer appears as a gift of nature but must be
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • hysteria, illnesses of which doctors no longer know much more
    • he lost can be attained only along the path anthroposophy
    • a longer period will understand why I am obliged today to
    • stem from higher worlds. I cannot regard it as belonging to
    • worlds; I may not look upon it as belonging to my ordinary
    • one gains knowledge of facts belonging to higher worlds
    • long list of his other publications.” (p. 254)
    • to mention just one book. The long list of publications, apart from
    • belong to human nature. These are not illusions of
    • as it were, move along not very vividly, while the speech
    • along well practiced paths (p. 34).
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • This book by Brentano, which is long out of print, is a magnificent
    • expressions used by Aristotle are no longer understood.
    • is no longer possible to entertain the foolish notion that
    • the human soul. However, when this is done along the lines of
    • belongs. That was why Brentano said: To differentiate
    • that is by no means established. As long as we do not go
    • detail what I have just said would take too long. However,
    • second incarnation that is no longer enough; that is why
    • Christ impulse. Traditions no longer suffice. People are
    • through the fact that they live in physical bodies belonging
    • has cultivated for so long. We are living in such chaotic
    • goal of his lifelong scientific striving. Brentano would not
    • and by now to 27. Man can no longer through his ordinary
    • go a long way in satisfying egoistical longings, gratifying
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • strong longing and also a widespread striving to attain such
    • insight. As people experience this longing for clarity about
    • along which self-knowledge can be sought. The self, the
    • who seeks his I along the path of thought may, in a
    • merely depicted I. What is found along this path in
    • many experiences we have our whole life long string together
    • belonging not to this life, but a force that will only evolve
    • shadowy, belonging to the next incarnation. While it cannot
    • incarnation, it does not really belong to us. For the
    • duration of this incarnation it actually belongs to the
    • belong to the present incarnation. They are also dependent on
    • though seemingly remote and unconnected, nevertheless belong
    • his answer in a long, learned treatise, but in essence it was
    • lives in us already but belongs to our next incarnation. It
    • Russians. As a consequence of this quarrel Stepniak no longer
    • people in the society. Then after a long time Bernstein
    • prophetic, then one can no longer consider such events as
    • belonging exclusively to the present life.
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • recently. But let us first look at something that belongs to
    • become more independent and man's inner development no longer
    • longer happen of itself; progress will only come about
    • was not possible because the sect to which his uncle belonged
    • Minister of Munitions! As long as he had been himself, Lloyd
    • “age 27 quality.” As long as the “age 27
    • on behind the surface of world history. As long as mankind's
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • soul stops at about the age of 27. After that we no longer inwardly grow
    • relationships to the lower members. This volume along with Karma of
    • Alongside the
    • will no longer run, Impenetrability is the property by virtue
    • the approach will no longer be dogmatic, but based on
    • and complete, because they belong to what exists, not to what
    • that belongs to the past. However, the truths deposited, as
    • everything is, how long it has all been deposited, how truly
    • already gone a long way in this respect. The phenomena are
    • that this man has come a long way towards his aim. He is
    • longer capable of understanding what is beginning to evolve
    • saying, Along this road there are footprints; where can they
    • resistance as long as we live between birth and death. What
    • is published, I shall indicate many phenomena which belong to
    • our soul longs.



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