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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • reality is not to be found in external Sense-Revelation. It
    • Reality in its utterances that true Certainty, which is held by
    • reality of real experience forsakes you. And the man of
    • certainty at all; for the simple reason that the reality of his
    • whether it does not pass into Unreality, and so what man
    • how, in reality, St. Augustine with a far greater justification
    • but also reality, because one knew those moments of sleeping
    • Inner Being, does man come to see the Spiritual Reality
    • concealed in that which otherwise lacks this reality in his
    • certainty of one's inner experiences. Only when its Reality is
    • reality. This is even recognised to-day, by a few
    • that at present has no reality. But this is really the
    • guarantee of its reality, that we may say, is the seed for the
    • we find in what we now experience inwardly, a reality. Of
    • a reality like the external world. We should never become free.
    • become external reality, like that of our environment, in our
    • that what springs up inwardly as an unreality is one earthly
    • incarnation, becomes a concrete reality in the next. We
    • Sense-Reality of positivistic science. The third stage is
    • reality which alone can give an existence worthy of man on
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  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • condition that a man experiences the reality of what we discussed
    • condition, condition, man does not grasp the full reality of his
    • going to sleep until waking up, the reality of man's ego and astral
    • Golgotha to a delusion in his consciousness. The reality, the
    • ego and astral bodies as reality and not as mere reflected
    • working at the present time, they are acquiring reality in
    • enough reality to oppose the force of his Ideals, He would know
    • external sense-reality will appear in its place, and that which
    • of Nature, (red) but in reality there is no conservation of
    • reality. He gets that thought from Natural Science. Such a concept
    • if we are unprejudiced in trying to grasp reality, we must
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • reality is not to be found in external Sense-Revelation. It
    • Reality in its utterances that true Certainty, which is held by
    • Reality of that inner experience is snatched from him.
    • reality of real experience forsakes you. And the man of our age
    • all; for the simple reason that the reality of his experiences
    • does not pass into Unreality, and so what man apparently
    • how, in reality, St. Augustine with a far greeter justification
    • truth, was not only truth but also reality, because one knew
    • Inner Being, does man come to see the Spiritual Reality
    • concealed in that which otherwise lacks this reality it his
    • certainty of one's inner experiences. Only when its Reality is
    • reality. This is even recognised to-day, by a few
    • that at present has no reality. But this is really the fruitful
    • its reality, that we may say, is the seed for the next earthly
    • experience inwardly, a reality. Of course we should not be the
    • inward truth as though it were a reality like the external
    • external reality, like that of our environment, in our next
    • that what springs up inwardly as an unreality is one earthly
    • incarnation, becomes a concrete reality in the next. We
    • Sense-Reality of positivistic science. The third stage is
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  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • the sleeping condition that a man experiences the reality of
    • full reality of his inner being. We must be quite clear that
    • until waking up, the reality of man's ego and astral body is
    • consciousness. The reality, the effective working of Christ
    • bodies as reality and not as mere reflected images, and then he
    • present time, they are acquiring reality in the present
    • a strong enough reality to oppose the force of his Ideals, He
    • longer exists, then another external sense-reality will appear
    • have the Ordering of Nature, red) but in reality there is no
    • reality. He gets that thought from Natural Science. Such a
    • unprejudiced in trying to grasp reality, we must assimilate
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • only as we look within maya; if we behold ourselves in reality then
    • Life runs thus not apparently, but in reality on the surface, I have
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • must strive to press forward from the apparent reality, that is actually
    • around us continually, to the true reality. And I pointed out that the
    • rational theory of the universe precisely diverts from reality, leads
    • distinguish two currents of reality, in regard to human knowledge as
    • of reality on this foundation. You will remember that I said: The course
    • seen in ito reality, takes place as spirit-conflicts, However paradoxical
    • stand within this reality, and this too appears to us only in its reflected
    • — lay aside the physical corporeality, the bodily spirit-being,
    • have every possible justification as regards true reality. One who possesses
    • things sound a paradox when one points to the realm of reality) —
    • cosmic reality. The Ahrimanic spirits would like to root out our past
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • it should look deeper into true reality, that above all such high-sounding
    • the maya-reality, the reality of the surrounding external phenomena,
    • with one another. To look at reality means something very different
    • turns one's mind to the conditions that in reality follow one another
    • only understands that this cannot be the reality if one realises that
    • reality: the Luciferic beings are spiritual beings. They enter man's
    • to a fundamental reality. But now again the increasing materialism of
    • on the fact that true reality is of a totally different nature from
    • external apparent reality. But it is now required of man that he should
    • get to know true reality according to its law and being. Social science,
    • certain laws concerning true reality to become increasingly known.
    • can be represented through these laws, and then how they appear in reality,
    • human spirit ready to enter more deeply into the reality of spiritual
    • reality of the concrete polarity of the Ahrimanic and the luciferic
    • in the spirit-ordering. For true reality cannot be found in the abstract
    • life is to be studied in its reality, if the phenomena of life into
    • reality if it is explained through spiritual science.
    • in reality nothing is lost in nature's creative work. Spirit holds sway
    • social order, find on the path of reality, not by simply comparing the
    • as the lectures on the inner nature of man are able to further reality
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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • that transcend reality. He does not simply seize upon reality; with
    • of ideas about reality — ideas that enable him to come to
    • closer grips with reality than he otherwise would do. And if we turn
    • with reality, to soar above his actual circumstances — all this
    • different if we were to recognise in its reality this urge of ours
    • this is meant to correspond to reality, it is nonsense. It is most
    • of the divine. ... In reality they are referring to much less exalted
    • not mean its bed, the channel where its waters flow. In reality you
    • reality, you cannot indeed refer to what you have before your eyes,
    • with the Christ-Jahve impulse, so that you may see how, in reality,
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • the same time gain from this spirituality an impression of reality in
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • often called reality — and although in the opinion of people versed
    • and that is why we can accept it as a true picture of the reality of
    • unimportant; what matters is the active reality behind the picture in
    • their minds. And in this case the reality was the Luciferic world.
    • as seen by man is an illusion; in reality it is the purest likeness
    • immediate reality. Yes, as soon as the field is open for statements
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • related to nature as a ghost is related to reality. It was indeed
    • science are related to reality, this ghostly natural science itself
    • is related to reality, in the same way as the ghosts of old were
    • related to divine reality.
    • scientific ghosts have not the reality ascribed to them by modern
    • scientists, but are only pointers to a reality which is to be sought
    • man in his reality. The materialistic theory of evolution, with its
    • reality because atavistic forces were still active in them, whereas
    • of nature they can know only its ghost. Hence the reality becomes
    • in his reality appears before them, and the scientists study him. But
    • this mid-point, but after. It signifies the highest possible reality
    • but not an external reality, because in external reality the two
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • value and reality of events.
    • — no, in reality it has nothing to do with Christianity as
    • it is a ghost, and related to the reality of nature in the same way
    • that a ghost is related to reality. But scientists are not aware of
    • far he approaches reality with this knowledge. He will have to strive
    • the ghost of nature, we feel impelled to press on to the true reality
    • behind the ghost; then we want to have nature in her reality. We
    • the ghost of nature? Then you must press on to the reality.”
    • true natural science to reality discovers Ahriman. But men are afraid
    • blinds us to the reality; for were man to investigate further the
    • laying hold of the reality of the soul. The proposition would have to
    • supersensible spiritual world is our reality; and at the boundary
    • nature's ghost and not of nature's reality. But we have to get
    • through to reality; that is precisely the task of this age of the
    • about the reality of the natural phenomena which lie open to
    • below us; in reality it is merely what we perceive as with the
    • is untrue and take the semblance of the soul for its reality. Then,
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • Mystery of Golgotha. In reality, nothing has happened since the very
    • at the reality, we must ask: Among certain Romans there was a
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • that transcend reality. He does not simply seize upon reality; with
    • of ideas about reality — ideas that enable him to come to
    • closer grips with reality than he otherwise would do. And if we turn
    • with reality, to soar above his actual circumstances — all this
    • different if we were to recognise in its reality this urge of ours
    • this is meant to correspond to reality, it is nonsense. It is most
    • of the divine. ... In reality they are referring to much less exalted
    • not mean its bed, the channel where its waters flow. In reality you
    • reality, you cannot indeed refer to what you have before your eyes,
    • with the Christ-Jahve impulse, so that you may see how, in reality,
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • the same time gain from this spirituality an impression of reality in
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture III: The Mystery of Golgotha Must Be Approached Supersensibly
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    • often called reality — and although in the opinion of people versed
    • and that is why we can accept it as a true picture of the reality of
    • unimportant; what matters is the active reality behind the picture in
    • their minds. And in this case the reality was the Luciferic world.
    • as seen by man is an illusion; in reality it is the purest likeness
    • immediate reality. Yes, as soon as the field is open for statements
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture IV: Consciousness Soul and Scientific Thinking, Sorat and 666
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    • related to nature as a ghost is related to reality. It was indeed
    • science are related to reality, this ghostly natural science itself
    • is related to reality, in the same way as the ghosts of old were
    • related to divine reality.
    • scientific ghosts have not the reality ascribed to them by modern
    • scientists, but are only pointers to a reality which is to be sought
    • man in his reality. The materialistic theory of evolution, with its
    • reality because atavistic forces were still active in them, whereas
    • of nature they can know only its ghost. Hence the reality becomes
    • in his reality appears before them, and the scientists study him. But
    • this mid-point, but after. It signifies the highest possible reality
    • but not an external reality, because in external reality the two
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture V: Free Human Personality by Self Training, Justinian and the Schools
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    • value and reality of events.
    • — no, in reality it has nothing to do with Christianity as
    • it is a ghost, and related to the reality of nature in the same way
    • that a ghost is related to reality. But scientists are not aware of
    • far he approaches reality with this knowledge. He will have to strive
    • the ghost of nature, we feel impelled to press on to the true reality
    • behind the ghost; then we want to have nature in her reality. We
    • the ghost of nature? Then you must press on to the reality.”
    • true natural science to reality discovers Ahriman. But men are afraid
    • blinds us to the reality; for were man to investigate further the
    • laying hold of the reality of the soul. The proposition would have to
    • super-sensible spiritual world is our reality; and at the boundary
    • nature's ghost and not of nature's reality. But we have to get
    • through to reality; that is precisely the task of this age of the
    • about the reality of the natural phenomena which lie open to
    • below us; in reality it is merely what we perceive as with the
    • is untrue and take the semblance of the soul for its reality. Then,
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • Mystery of Golgotha. In reality, nothing has happened since the very
    • at the reality, we must ask: Among certain Romans there was a



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