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  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • altering the sense, for Harnack has no glimmering of the specific
    • They carry the sense they had for the alchemist. Certainly it is quite
    • as nonsense. It has meaning, however, as soon as we know what
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • solve the riddles posed by the physical world. But we must sense the
    • sense.
    • the human, and although they are invisible to physical human senses,
    • that when the human being senses the Spirits of Form's creative
    • influence upon him, he does not sense this directly through the
    • with our blood-circulation, speaking in the sense of external
    • head and all that is sense activity. If we focus our attention upon
    • sense of the triad; that it cannot be understood if it is considered
    • beings, we must say: we can feel and sense them in the right way only
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture II: The Michael revelation.
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    • for sense perception or for thinking, we have to look far back into
    • sense perception and thinking, it would be continually dying. Its
    • we think, if we perceive with our senses, there takes place in our
    • head, in our nervous system and its connection with the sense organs,
    • are constantly cancelled, do thinking and sense perception take place
    • sense perception by means of the brain processes does not know at all
    • not the case. The processes that run parallel to sense perception and
    • human being thinks, he perceives with his senses; but he knows nothing
    • in what today is called, in a mere word-sense, the soul element,
    • namely sense perception and thinking. If a soul undergoes the
    • thinking, to sense perception, and simultaneously perceive what
    • when he perceives with his senses; on the contrary, he has to
    • senses. Materialism must suppose just the opposite of the truth.
    • through. We are awake only in regard to our thinking and sense
    • head, through sense perception and thinking, but only to the path that
    • that their God had spoken to them not through direct sense
    • through sense perception and through human intelligent thinking, and
    • powers which cannot be perceived in the external sense world, which
    • their gaze, on the one hand, toward sense knowledge which was their
    • was greater than that of the sense world.
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture III. Michaelic Thinking.
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    • human sense perception, to human intelligence, of all that in turn
    • flows over into social life through human sense perception, as an
    • sense-beings, intelligent beings, in short, that we possess all that
    • include sense perceptions. This Luciferic power is intimately
    • means to think in the sense of Michael, to have Michaelic thoughts.
    • sense of Michael, to think Michaelically. You see, my dear
    • are invisible to physical senses. A certain number of shapes are
    • perfect beings, and so on and on, ad infinitum. This is nonsense.
    • Christ-Impulse in the true sense of the word. But we must go to meet
    • access. It was not to have access to it through the senses. In order
    • to recognize the super-sensible in the immediate sense world, that is,
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture IV: The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse.
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    • of Aeschylos. It can be sensed in Plato's philosophy. But the
    • the way their brains are constructed today in an external sense. The
    • their own self will sense this faculty — which will be theirs
    • look back; it then will sense this faculty only as a deficiency.
    • in us which will cause us to say: you sense clearly how the world
    • senses a discrepancy between his thinking, the effects of which he
    • the present life for the next one. And since man will sense this
    • another content of reality, to a world different from the sense world
    • We are in a sense justified in saying that in regard to the truths
    • of its various members will bring it about that we ourselves sense our
    • The second point, to be sure, is something different. Man may sense
    • the Divine but may have no possibility to sense the Christ. In this
    • even though they cannot find the transition from the God they sense to
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture V: The Michael Deed and the Michael Influence as Counter-pole of the Ahrimanic Influence
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    • effect in historical processes in an external sense does not take into
    • sense, we are unable to cope with the problem of the necessity of
    • very easy in regard to human freedom, in regard to the sense of human
    • truth at a time when many people do not at all love the sense for
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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    • scarcely be compared with that which characterizes our sense
    • have understood a word of it. An order of nature in our sense did not
    • At that time, man's process of breathing was sensed in this way.
    • enters me and again leaves me. Thus the same divine element was sensed
    • will have to draw it this way: on the one hand he senses the external
    • process takes place in all our sense perceptions. Just think, my dear
    • of your senses — you have the after-image of the flame which
    • in and out with the air. And we must learn to realize the sense
    • merely sense perceptions, but also the spiritual element. It must
    • sense processes will become ensouled again, we shall have
    • grasping, in a sensitive way, the peculiar nature of the sense process
    • how the activity of the senses delicately mingles with the passivity,
    • makes it possible for us to sense the unfolding of our will in the
    • unity precisely in sense perception. If we no longer look at nature
    • soul element together with sense perception, then we shall have the
    • sense, that pre-existence lies at the basis of our soul existence. We
    • general representative of sense perception We must thoroughly do away
    • begin to recognize that that which today is sensed as a merely
    • ancient Mystery culture, transformed in the Christian sense. And
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture I: The Dualism in the Life of the Present Time
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    • preaching is done; and the substance of this preaching, in the sense
    • in the Pauline sense the wisdom of man may be foolishness before God,
    • sense if one thought of him as a very interesting and lovely spirit,
    • — what nonsense is taught in the present-day physiology, —
    • that is, one of our physical sciences: the nonsense that there are
    • We permit science to teach this nonsense. We must permit it to be
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture II: The Development of Architecture
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    • in a certain sense, a deciphering of the inner meaning existing in
    • that this is nonsense, that as a matter of fact man's
    • significantly to what they feel, what they sense. We need only to
    • naturally you must sense in it an entirely different ground-plan from
    • a sense the earthly world was deserted by God, forsaken by the
    • sensed, felt, viewed artistically. Anyone who wishes to put them into
    • intended to be in a sense the entrance-door to the way which leads to
    • It is in this sense that modern man must come to understand, through
    • extent everything that can be affirmed merely through sense
    • illusion in the sense world; third, to the mystery of the universal
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture III: Historical Occurrences of the Last Century
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    • is false reasoning. Common sense which is not led astray by the
    • good, for it forces us out of the ordinary sense world. Time runs
    • into consideration for the physical sense world. The etheric body
    • sense; for what is brought as information from beyond the threshold
    • can always be comprehended if only common sense is really employed.
    • And then from the viewpoint of common sense, and keeping that in mind
    • professors say — then common sense is not in evidence, or at
    • Christ is mistaken, surely from his common sense a man can say
    • therefore I am, which is nonsense. You see what tests modern humanity
    • which can be arranged systematically, but in a certain sense the one
    • in the world of the senses. We cannot say that other worlds than the
    • sense world do not concern us; we are in their midst. We must realize
    • Where there is contradiction, he is talking nonsense, with predicates
    • to see that in one sense that must be said even by us. The fact is, however,
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture IV: The Old Mysteries of Light, Space, and Earth
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    • can say that in a certain sense it is at least intellectually
    • remained to these people in a certain sense — for there still
    • sense in connection, for example, with the Goethean science of



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