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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • we experience in space and time is fundamentally semblance. In order
    • Spir comes to the realization, out of an elemental natural impulse as
    • no more than mental images reflecting the physical world. What in African
    • life's more subtle aspect it is obvious that the mental life of the
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • what, in view of the fundamental character and direction of present-day
    • hand our cognition, our thinking by means of which we form mental pictures,
    • mental pictures which must always be modified by others. The only way
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • his perceptions into mental pictures and into these the Angeloi do not
    • Fundamental issues can sometimes
    • for ideas born of faith are also concepts, are also our mental pictures.
    • to transform the concept, the mental picture of Christ in the human
    • tune, in harmony with the infinite.” Why do such mental pictures
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • someone taking hold, in a fundamental way, of the spiritual truths which
    • the reader come upon any passage which deviates from the fundamental
    • expresses a fundamental condition demanded by that spiritual stream
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • The fundamental issue of
    • looked like this mental picture he could have believed in him. However,
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • Nothing is more effective than when some lower elemental spirit (Kobold)
    • piece of work, containing fundamental errors that he withdrew it and
    • is required; namely, an understanding of a certain fundamental attitude
    • is our mental picture, for the mental pictures we make of the world
    • about the world, and elaborate them mentally, we are not alienating
    • Orientals call Maya. In the activity of forming mental pictures of the
    • due to the world but to us, and we, through our mental activity, restore
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    • sufficiently to form mental pictures of it. But though the consciousness
    • i.e. form mental pictures of them, these pictures would vanish in the
    • but from mental pictures. Such things are rather prevalent; in this
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • he would generally speaking still perceive elemental spirituality. It
    • a fundamental change in order to understand it properly. I have often
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • appropriate mental pictures. This activity engages parts of man's being
    • to form mental pictures of spiritual reality. Plenty of phrases are
    • fit the changed conditions. Our age demands new concepts, new mental
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • fundamental. From a certain point in his life man is
    • Aristotle developed his ideas precisely on this fundamental
    • old they are, act out of the mental disposition of a
    • how necessary it is to know about the fundamental facts of
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • fundamentally new. Certainly it has produced, in admirable
    • To recognize a living mobility in concepts and mental
    • ago man's soul was fundamentally different from what, in
    • his mental life became different. In other words, he was
    • mental pictures. So, expressing it somewhat drastically, he
    • fundamental conviction, which I herewith repeat, is: As far
    • as cognition, as far as mental activity is concerned, our
    • as mental activity is concerned, our time is far ahead of the
    • system contains programs of fundamentally conflicting
    • mental work necessary must be a joint effort of all Europeans
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • will be to contribute further to the fundamental theme in our
    • certain age, to listen to the revelations of these elemental
    • the elemental spirits revealed to them formed the basis for
    • earth's elemental beings. What developed in ancient Greece
    • who thinks in accordance with reality to form a mental
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • with all his powers, in a mental picture. Best suited for
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • 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
    • Mental pictures
    • form mental pictures of something, the images remain within
    • beyond the mental picture, we have to concede that something
    • merely imagined is also a mental picture. Thus, a mental
    • merely imagined. Even when we relate mental pictures to one
    • mental picture; green is a mental picture. To say, The tree
    • is green, is to combine two mental pictures, but that in
    • itself is no guarantee of dealing with reality, for my mental
    • veiled one, when I combine mental pictures as I do when I
    • not remaining within the mental pictures, I go across to
    • 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
    • that the tree exists quite apart from my mental picture. In
    • rejecting as unreal the mental picture of half-horse,
    • and rejection, and forming mental pictures.
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • mental picture of his I vanishes every night, it
    • the I through the mental activity of forming thought
    • Yet in our mental life we know of no other I than the
    • just what is this mental picture of the I?
    • science reveals that the mental picture we commonly have of
    • significance. The I of which we form a mental
    • The mental picture we have of our I is no guarantee
    • that somehow a combination of mental pictures is conjuring up
    • I of which we form a mental picture contains already
    • discovered that one's thinking, i.e., forming mental pictures
    • mental life when tinged with feeling, and when it is somewhat
    • formulate mental pictures of future events you clothe the
    • have described. The more our ordinary abstract mental
    • forming mental pictures, the making of judgments, and the
    • lift your hand; you may be aware of a certain mental picture
    • is schooled solely on the mental pictures derived from
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • feelings and perceptions. Our mental pictures of the world,
    • straight away. Our concepts and mental pictures must remain
    • mental pictures, in fact our whole inner life. If we could
    • complete truth. Truth lives in concepts, in mental pictures
    • his concepts and mental pictures accordingly. The concept,
    • the mental picture, is the second; the law that governs what
    • mental pictures are added, then the law discovered and so
    • mental picture of such a person down into physical reality.
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • fully satisfying mental image would really be for our soul
    • fully satisfying mental image. A fully satisfying mental
    • receive at a given moment from such a mental image, the more
    • power, in the last resort, over man's elemental forces. The
    • is needed is a fundamentally different approach. The basis
    • our life in mental pictures and concepts, is already a life



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