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  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • to the soul. Anyone who does not understand them should realise that
    • from what is done. On the physical plane we stand upon mineral soil;
    • the dead stands upon a ‘soil’, lives in an environment which
    • perceived is largely due to lack of understanding of this reversed
    • understand even the physical world, which is permeated through and
    • today no spiritual understanding of the physical world. One
    • part of the organism. No one was able to understand at all that a bone
    • but one cannot really understand anatomy without such pictures. I
    • intercourse with the dead is easier to understand. The happenings I
    • however to understand what I have to say on this matter you must
    • conception in regard to Space only. If you stand in front of a tree,
    • you may find it difficult to understand.
    • we understand the nature of clairvoyant connection with the dead. What
    • If we were to understand it aright, we should know ourselves to be
    • stand here in the physical world but with the inner realisation that
    • knowledge and understanding of the spiritual world, which has, as it
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XIII: The Three Realms of the Dead: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • ground, the soil, on which he stands.
    • the ground on which they stand. They also have much to do with what
    • Obviously, this also makes it difficult to come to an understanding
    • just as here on earth the animal realm stands as a third
    • pictures as these, to arouse in the consciousness an understanding of
    • old-fashioned prejudices imaginable, because whoever understands the
    • course of the evolution of the earth understands that the natural
    • understanding what it actually is.
    • stands written on those few sheets of paper is not true in the
    • understanding. He who will not grasp the Mystery of Golgotha through
    • spiritual understanding of earthly evolution, without historical
    • always be refuted historically; humanity can understand it only if it
    • We must understand this, my dear friends, and now in our
    • but a way to stand within the spiritual realm, so that we do not find
    • standpoint of natural laws, the laws of destiny are nowhere to be
    • understanding of destiny. It is this that must take hold in the
    • reality, through human beings coming to understand the realm of
    • beings understand clearly the signs of the times, that they see in
    • who must understand that these conferences in the ordinary sense can
    • stand closest to our movement will fully perceive its necessity and
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  • Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
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    • ANTHROPOSOPHICAL understanding of the spirit must
    • real understanding of what is going on in the evolutionary process in
    • understanding of his nature.
    • sustain the religious life. If the Church understands itself truly,
    • gradually come to understand this in his wideawake consciousness. It
    • After all this, you will understand me when I point out that this
    • to understand the deeper side of human nature. A time will come — and
    • man's free will. They try to cloud his understanding of the exercise
  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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    • scientific historical approach will never understand the
    • an understanding of the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • and properly understand what the Mystery of Golgotha meant
    • namely, that the only avenue of approach to the understanding
    • unable to understand the nature of the Mystery of
    • disciples, the apostles — were only able to understand,
    • to the extent to which they were meant to understand, who was
    • Its power of understanding
    • of the development of their own powers to understand what
    • stands before us as a Roman of no particularly high literary
    • standing, but as a writer with a magnificent power of
    • understanding had come to Western humanity from the
    • plane. If we want to understand the nature of such happenings
    • understand our own nature, we realise that we cease to deny
    • long time after their death, to understand the Mystery of
    • reached full understanding of it centuries later, so we
    • experience leads to the understanding of the Mystery of
    • already blunted. Anyone who understands what language is,
    • he understands the gestures. We surmount the
    • understanding count the number of the beast: for it is
  • Title: Dead Are With Us: Lecture
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    • understand them should realize that he has not thought about
    • pain proceeds from what is done. On the physical plane we stand
    • upon mineral soil; the Dead stands upon a ‘soil,’ lives in an
    • understanding of this reversed form of intercourse. On the
    • in order to understand even the physical world, permeated as it
    • spiritual understanding of the physical world. One experiences
    • the organism. No one was able to understand at all that a bone
    • difficult concept, but one cannot really understand
    • easier to understand.
    • order to understand what I have to say about this you
    • regard to Space only. If you stand in front of a tree, then go
    • find it difficult to understand.
    • This becomes intelligible only when we understand the nature of
    • incorrectly. If we were to understand it aright, we
    • his firm stand here in the physical world but is filled with
    • This too is part of a true knowledge and understanding of



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