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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • The most significant of his writings: “Thinking and Reality”
    • while he is engaged in thinking, on the one hand to external reality
    • experience the spiritual world, though not consciously, when we really
    • external phenomena. When we are engaged in real thinking then we have
    • Thinking itself tells me that it is absolute reality for it is rooted
    • as external reality does not agree, does not accord with the reality
    • we experience as thinking. Consequently it cannot be real in the true
    • by certain mystics, African Spir comes to the realization that everything
    • to exist, therefore it is not true reality. Pain as such must be an
    • aspect of the transitory world of illusion and the reality is the force
    • so it cannot be true reality. The real world, the soul-world, is plunged
    • in thinking he lays hold of true reality. It is because the external
    • physical plane. Whereas in thinking, that is to say, when we really
    • we become conscious of what really lives in thinking we cannot but feel
    • of the real nature of what in man is the most abstract: pure thinking,
    • Spir comes to the realization, out of an elemental natural impulse as
    • that this semblance does not agree with the reality given in thinking.
    • Spir presented his view of the world one realizes that his 19th-century
    • world is semblance. This led him to stress that truth, i.e., reality,
    • once and for all that reality is not to be found in the external world.
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • has the pretention to suggest that the concepts belonging to the realm
    • just mentioned. One asks in despair if a man in his position can really
    • and have no idea that concepts, belonging to quite a different realm,
    • were examined first one would realize the nonsense they often present.
    • at one aspect only to realize the insanity of the whole idea.
    • reveals the real concept of freedom. He continues: “A close study
    • results were gained from this fact. One should reckon with the reality
    • is allowed to lead the way and to insinuate itself into realms where
    • concepts become realities. This danger is a serious one of which one
    • from all aspects of spiritual reality with the consequence that so many
    • atoms are revealed as bubbles and the reality is where the empty space
    • reality. Where it is said that a force of attraction is operating there
    • is actually nothing, but to the left and the right there is the reality.
    • to reality. To go as fast as sound would mean to be sound and to hear
    • want to depict what corresponds to actual reality we must place the
    • matter are really described by Lucifer and Ahriman. You may say: this
    • seventy. It really is quite astonishing: we live the same number of
    • death and a new birth. They enable us to perceive the reality around
    • Lucifer and Ahriman, or come to realize that we tend towards one-sidedness
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • distinguish to begin with, immediately bordering on the human realm,
    • What is the real significance
    • such as the Book of Job, and realize how graphically it depicts the
    • today because it is not realized that through Lucifer man has been deprived
    • the objective reality in the picture. Jahve's original intention was
    • It really did happen that the Being from whom the Jahve-force issued
    • Furthermore, that is the realm in which the impulse from the Mystery
    • By no means is it always the real Christ whom the adherents of Christianity
    • views. Suppose one asks a Catholic theologian about his real opinion
    • concept it is transposed into an earthly reality. Certain passages in
    • Other theologians fail to speak of the real Christ for similar reasons.
    • conflict. They therefore go all out to eliminate the realm that opposes
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • who realizes the strength of his will and the volume of his work in
    • of real life; for real life shows in fact the opposite. The truth is
    • the soul of our dear friend slowly leaving this realm, in which he was
    • to accomplish so much, and entering another realm where we can find
    • him only through the strength of our spirit, a realm from which he will
    • about him strengthen our soul's propensity towards the realms in which
    • questions. She was constantly occupied with the thought as to the real
    • today are really models even in regard to more external aspects of our
    • and is sublime, powerful and real, yet I cannot explain it.”
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • the many-sidedness of a spiritual reality. All we can hope is that we
    • It is essential to realize
    • It is important to realize
    • when we seek not only to understand but to experience the reality of
    • but when it actually happened it was not. It must be realized that to
    • One comes to realize that
    • something. Numerous people who appear weak are in reality strong. Paradoxical
    • as remote as possible from any real comprehension. In order to understand
    • that I was convinced he must be real. I had visualized someone with
    • of his life; therefore no real sacrifice. The external appearance of
    • absolute contrast to reality. — What is that?
    • a sense for reality it is very recognizable that what people like to
    • is in contrast to the reality. It must be remembered that there is at
    • seek at all cost to avoid recognizing the reality of the spirit. Take
    • but recognizes the reality of the spiritual world and what is demanded
    • till one learns to bring spiritual reality into physical reality. That
    • in the age that a way out can be found only through a real understanding
    • not actually seek Christ. We must realize that we live in a time of
    • from real knowledge of the present age. And it is not biased propaganda
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • in our time that the reality of spiritual life is not confused with
    • the way people interpret this reality. We live in an age when human
    • But perhaps such debates do not always deal with the reality, perhaps
    • really physically drunk — or through faintness. It gives the lower
    • paradoxical but is nevertheless a reality.
    • goes on nowadays that no one should be surprised that really fat ones
    • about them are truly not the real issue. That is something quite different.
    • words which are clear indicators of what really took place. Suchomlinoff
    • we are fully conscious such spiritual beings have no real access to
    • reality if one is not prepared to approach it with concrete concepts
    • derived from spiritual insight. To understand what is real, as opposed
    • to what is unreal, at the present time spiritual science is an absolute
    • observers of what really takes place in their surroundings. The occasion
    • aroused by spiritual knowledge away from the real issues. The opportunities
    • true reality. As professor of theology his task is to speak about religion,
    • describe the soul's religious experience but refuses to enter the realm
    • the realm of the Hierarchies appear as "the great unknown"
    • realm in which we experience attraction, we become fascinated. The theologian
    • not arrive at any real awareness of Christ. He allies himself with the
    • ourselves from reality. We are born into a physical body to enable us
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • to a far greater extent than is realized. It is particularly important
    • from spiritual realms enter their consciousness. I described some instances
    • is really extraordinarily difficult for someone who is able to look
    • and they completely misunderstand the Scholastics. What is not realized
    • he was in contact with the spiritual world. It must be realized that
    • of the rose. In the very lowest realm of perception, the subjective
    • with that living reality which expresses itself in inspired consciousness
    • when studied with this background in mind. One comes to realize that
    • is really like a mighty retrospect. Forces were still present in man's
    • cannot really comprehend the way man's mind worked in an earlier epoch.
    • explained that Lessing had not really been able to think through what
    • The fact is that no one can understand Luther who does not realize that
    • I have derived the various stages of mankind's evolution, not from reality,
    • in Imaginations. However, Imagination does express the reality of what
    • cultivated such communion precisely in the realm of the ahrimanic. To
    • experiences; when it is realized then the power of his words is greatly
    • peculiar position once we realize that the powerful force he brought
    • this knowledge had become subconscious — of that realm where he
    • to know once more the realm he enters when he attains insight beyond
    • children still. They really are children and when they are not children
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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • realized that there is much more to the history between the 14th and
    • kind of realization that man in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch, the
    • to the cosmos which separates him from its spiritual reality. Thus Luther
    • his connection with spiritual reality. What we designate as Imagination
    • its reality with great intensity. It made him feel that it was essential
    • to awaken in man a consciousness of that reality. At the same time he
    • to realize that at that time knowledge of nature was alchemy in the
    • process into real flesh and blood. When one discusses this issue with
    • that in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch no real meaning can be connected
    • with an actual transubstantiation; i.e., with real alchemy. Today this
    • the bread and wine these are not transmuted. The divine-spiritual reality
    • be conscious of freedom in the real sense, of real freedom of will which
    • today. The reason is that the Catholic theologian of today is in reality
    • It is not really surprising that Ricarda Huch, after occupying herself
    • direct knowledge of the diabolical realm of the spiritual world. Bearing
    • the devil was for him a living reality mainly because he still experienced
    • be made to surrender his power, he must be conquered. That is the real
    • they are based on such superficial views. This war is in reality waged
    • is no deeper understanding of the real issues. Yet all these things
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • them in the light of spiritual science. Anyone with a feeling for reality
    • So naturally socialists see paradise as the realization of socialism.
    • the realm of spiritual experience. Anyone who will really think can
    • penetrate to spiritual reality. Our age that prides itself in its thinking
    • be favourable for moral development. The reality however, is very different,
    • in his thinking he experiences the spiritual world as a reality. This
    • way suffices to recognize moral and social issues in their reality;
    • this one must be in contact with spiritual reality, which however creates
    • to form mental pictures of spiritual reality. Plenty of phrases are
    • coined these days which have no foundation in reality; it happens especially
    • abstract; it must be grasped in its reality. As already mentioned it
    • on earth; i.e., they want to realize something perfect on the physical
    • is a participant of the realm of the Gods, the realm of the spirit.
    • the socialistic or some other sense, know nothing about reality. If
    • the present unreal ideas are to be replaced with ideas based on reality
    • if he refuses to turn his gaze towards spiritual reality. By this refusal
    • in unrealistic declarations about people's freedom, peaceful cooperation
    • of a word does not necessarily mean one has the reality to which it
    • is talking about real spirit. In this realm it is essential to differentiate
    • between reality and mere appearance. To do this causes disquiet, it
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • only in childhood and early youth. You must realize what this
    • than a king in the realm of the shades.”
    • will realize from this fact the necessity for man in this
    • freely and independently to grasp reality and carry this
    • really an untruth when such people claim to be 30, 40, 50 or
    • his inability to discover fruitful ideas that relate to reality
    • definite, far more concrete; they must relate to reality, to
    • standpoints. Ideas and ideals must spring from real
    • connection with reality.
    • dementia praecox, insanity of adolescence. You will realize
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    • glimpse behind the scenes of external physical reality, we
    • reality is understood, then it will be seen that this way of
    • reality.
    • to the ages between 48 and 42. You will realize that this
    • clouded over. Towards the end of this epoch it was really
    • muscles. As you will realize, it is essential that, as the
    • nature which enables him to grasp reality in general.
    • recognized it will be realized that along that path no
    • true reality.
    • capable of delving into reality can no longer be formulated.
    • described, quite unrelated to reality. Thus one could also
    • thoughts that are quite incapable of penetrating reality.
    • reality. He recognizes that thoughts have become abstract to
    • abstractions with reality. Instead of the abstract ideas he
    • interests; the parties do not grasp the real issues of life
    • who for once realizes that the rarefaction, the abstractness
    • obtuseness, for the thoughts have no contact with reality
    • tried to do was to penetrate to the reality of the issues.
    • I realize the problem is like a tunnel that must be excavated
    • with reality, must be drawn. He comes to a standstill and
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • bring national differences into these things is really as
    • historical facts. But the real facts of history can, as we
    • really an illness, the inability to find Christ a misfortune,
    • relate to reality. Drews continues:
    • and the unreality and abstraction of ideas. Indeed our
    • concepts and ideas will remain unreal unless we learn to
    • living and real as those of the ancient Indian patriarchs who
    • one soon realizes that its construction was based on wrong
    • whether a concept has any connection with reality or not.
    • with reality and those that are not. If you take a crystal
    • crystal that is connected with the reality, because that is
    • an unreal concept, for without roots a flower cannot live,
    • cannot have an existence in reality. Someone who does not
    • strive to make his thoughts correspond to reality will regard
    • the flower torn off at the stem as just as real as the quartz
    • who thinks in accordance with reality to form a mental
    • anew to form concepts that correspond to reality. A tree
    • which has been uprooted is no longer a reality to which the
    • reality is to feel an untruth, for it cannot live, but
    • thinking corresponds to reality could suggest, as professor
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • those higher realms investigated by anthroposophy. But other
    • border realm,, comes as far as Goethe's theory of color. When
    • such physical experiments in this realm show that the
    • looking into it. On closer reading one comes to realize that
    • you will realize how this inaccuracy
    • realize that this man is incapable of giving a proper
    • body it is still not free of all corporeality.” This is
    • offensive that I speak of it as real. So here he is not only
    • contradiction in saying that real facts and their mutual
    • reality. Imagine if a painter found it contradictory that his
    • painting depicted reality and confused the one with the
    • anthroposophy and will of course not realize that what they
    • book that is really quite mad. Going through the remaining
    • statement really amounts to an extraordinary self-revelation.
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • realized, a basic feature of the various considerations in
    • capable of real thinking; that is, he has the ability to
    • devoid of any real content. The words are used because
    • life of soul and spirit in its reality, of which man must
    • perception of the reality. This caused a certain unclarity
    • book I mentioned by Franz Brentano. Nevertheless, real
    • knowledge a path is found to the spiritual reality with which
    • reality. Feeling at best takes pleasure or displeasure in
    • what occurs in the spatial physical reality. Through the
    • with a reality in which he feels secure, to which he feels he
    • the soul. We believe that they refer to something real, but
    • picture as such may refer to something real or to something
    • another, we still have no guarantee of reality. A tree is a
    • itself is no guarantee of dealing with reality, for my mental
    • within reality, and I am already making a judgment, even if a
    • rejecting as unreal the mental picture of half-horse,
    • of reality to consist of acknowledgments or rejections, so he
    • realm of moods and feelings. The fact that he regards the
    • truth, and the riddle of good. What is true (or real)? What
    • thinking about reality or unreality, the question arises, Why
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • experience in the realm of thought, in the realm of feeling,
    • the I really are. He has no external observation of
    • cannot give him any feeling of real security. His inner being
    • realize that it is by no means easy to find the kind of ideas
    • thin, and you are left with a feeling of unreality and
    • for it is something unreal.
    • picture of the I, but this is not a reality. Such
    • why a thought should be regarded as having real existence.
    • that what we are faced with is a mere picture and no reality.
    • reality not me; it is the plant that will grow only next
    • realize the significance of this fact. When spoken of in this
    • incarnation, it does not really belong to us. For the
    • connections do I mean? I mean quite real, concrete ones,
    • clergyman's intention was really the very best. The gypsy
    • They really are convinced, as the gypsy woman said, that all
    • and ever more spirit, and yet reject knowledge of real
    • One must of course remain realistic and not read into such
    • thought, whose reality will become evident only in our next
    • not really surprising that, just as they are, our ordinary
    • the realm in which we are between death and new birth, it is
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • will realize from the last lecture, we go through a certain
    • reality or they would constantly lame us. They would be like
    • considerations over the years you will realize that the
    • confines of the immediate sensory world into that realm of
    • through physical senses. This realm is at the same time the
    • from the spiritual realm accessible to the human faculty of
    • investigation is not really different. It is in regard to the
    • mental picture of such a person down into physical reality.
    • revenue is really a form of tariff, worked out so that the
    • achieved is really most interesting and quite remarkable. His
    • remained aged 27 in the real sense. As he introduced new
    • the real truth is that it was brought about by occult powers
    • Grey were in reality mere puppets who themselves believed,
    • 1880s and 90s, a plan that had to become reality.
    • governed by the spiritual realm; therefore it can be guided
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    • in the spiritual sense, is a living reality. It is especially
    • secret spiritual reality; it is a question of understanding
    • reality, then such a demand is felt to be the equivalent of
    • again. That is an impossibility in either realm.
    • the science of the spirit is today and what it really ought
    • reality. Much is said nowadays about old dogmas being
    • von Hartmann's pessimism is in the realm of feeling. It is
    • fully satisfying mental image would really be for our soul
    • It could not really be called nourishment. It is actually so
    • has any bearing on reality. The truth is rather that the
    • real aim is to get rid of everything that is not issued from
    • comes to meet him in this way, you will realize what
    • become detached from man, especially in the realm of art
    • really springs from this tendency, although it may be thought
    • read and really take in the content of letters published at
    • really to understand the significance of the deep changes
    • must become an active union with reality; this will have
    • catastrophe. You will realize from much of what I have said



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