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  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • world-processes. This means that when you feel, you have of course an
    • something that happens in the world and has significance there. And it
    • is of extraordinary interest to follow up the world-processes that lie
    • objective world quite apart from what is in your consciousness, quite
    • that goes on in the objective world may be compared with the setting
    • up of a vibratory motion. It vibrates out into the world. And the
    • in upon our feeling life and are the reaction of the world to an
    • world which would not have been going on if the man had not had that
    • they are none the less objective world-processes. These processes
    • There you have the elemental world interweaving in the destiny of Man,
    • and then we shall be able to call on the spiritual worlds around us to
    • Golgotha. Just recall the history of the world as it is usually set
    • awareness of the presence of an abstract spiritual world that is
    • into it a consciousness of the actual spiritual world in which we live
    • heads, so to speak. Indeed, an entirely new kind of world-picture is
    • have not been at the same time objective world experiences — that
    • world, and we must not blind ourselves to the fact that unless
    • through our connection with the spiritual world. It is our strivings
    • spiritual world; the body dies away beneath us. So will it be one day
    • understanding of the world. And here allow me to refer to something
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • world, that we always may look upon the manifestations of the
    • spiritual powers here in the physical world. We try to penetrate as it
    • were, through the veil of the physical world to that which is active
    • in the spiritual world. What exists in the physical world may be
    • observed by everyone; what is active in the spiritual world serves to
    • solve the riddles posed by the physical world. But we must sense the
    • world views to a real understanding of that which so vitally concerns
    • not only the whole of humanity, but the whole world. We must free
    • understanding for the purpose and value of personality in the world if
    • we consider the world as such, we have to deal not only with the
    • position man has in the world; only then will it become clear to us
    • fact that the head is in direct connection with the external world. If
    • direct connection between the outer world and your head. If you,
    • your head and the surrounding world.
    • cooperating in world events: the Luciferic and Ahrimanic beings. Let
    • to our human world.
    • chief interest is to make the world, and above all the human world,
    • The Luciferic beings wish nothing more than to make the world desert
    • intention of the Luciferic beings to appropriate the world to
    • world from these beings.
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture II: The Michael revelation.
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    • structure of the world and the spirit can be grasped through the
    • Divine and a pure concept of the Christ impulse in human and world
    • who surveys from this point of view the natural-scientific world
    • pertains to this world conception is a result of that which has just
    • wish to speak of a connection of man with the animal world in regard
    • which I have described in my book, Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
    • thought forms from which the world and our organism are woven. These
    • the one hand, man looked into the world and saw what he could receive
    • powers which cannot be perceived in the external sense world, which
    • was greater than that of the sense world.
    • head which are of Luciferic origin, if he were to perceive the world
    • waking life, of that world which the prophets of the Old Testament
    • animal. The world conception of our modern civilization became
    • as the good in the world is contrasted by evil — heaven by hell
    • accomplishes in the world by means of his head he owes to the wisdom
    • super-sensible worlds, has participated in the results of the Mystery
    • the human being receives that which out of the spiritual worlds has
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture III. Michaelic Thinking.
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    • belongs to the world of thought, of fantasy. In regard to the
    • anthroposophists need not announce to the world; for it is already
    • this outer mineral world is what you see; the human being who does the
    • — who is invisible — here in the physical world through the
    • received something from the mineral world. But since the mineral world
    • spiritual conception of himself and the world. Since the seventies of
    • gesture of the external mineral world, indicating: here is a human
    • thereby the world. For then we shall evaluate these things correctly
    • evolution in the real world, but evolution is followed by devolution,
    • so likewise there exists no one-sided beauty in the real world. The
    • we must never forget that the ultimate in art in the world is the
    • the world.
    • with narrow abstractions and philosophical world conceptions, but I
    • mirror-character of our world of mental images, of our world of
    • thought world in the mirror-character; then we shall work against the
    • to recognize the super-sensible in the immediate sense world, that is,
    • in the world of man, animal, and plant: this is the Michael
    • path. And its continuation is to find in the world which we
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture IV: The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse.
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    • continuation of Greek thinking, that which has flowed into the world
    • Mystery of Golgotha in the civilized world of that time, which was
    • born into the world and they will say to themselves: by living with
    • does not properly fit this outer surrounding world. — this shade
    • in us which will cause us to say: you sense clearly how the world
    • familiarize ourselves with this world; we shall learn to know a second
    • world into which you have grown through birth is new. But through your
    • physical being you now receive something from this world which does
    • clear world cognition, then we become aware of the fact that wisdom is
    • is contained in our thought life. In regard to the world of feelings
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment.
    • another content of reality, to a world different from the sense world
    • You see, my dear friends, in ordinary life only the world of feeling
    • the one just mentioned, there surges up the world of will which is
    • the fact that we ourselves behave mathematically in the world. We
    • Through this will relationship to the external world we actually
    • conception of the world as it arose with Galileo and Giordano Bruno
    • centuries have elapsed since we have begun to acquire this world
    • world at present in such a way that his head is supported by Lucifer,
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  • 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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    • Romans were the most excellent people of the world, as far as it was
    • forces as forces objectively existing in the world just as one takes
    • many influences which are only rooted in the world of man. A week ago
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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    • holding sway in the regions of the civilized world of that period
    • whole conception of the world of the human being of that time can
    • perception and conceptual view of the world. In my Occult Science,
    • people as it is of us. In surveying the world, they experienced a
    • space and time in world conception was not present in that ancient
    • can hardly be compared with the soul and world mood of the human being
    • is to interpret the things of the world as various shades of light,
    • the way the moral world order was conceived of. A human being who was
    • exist in his world of light and shadow. For him, the world was a world
    • of light and shadow; and in the world of tones, certain timbres of
    • primeval-Persian world conception, I would have to draw the following
    • world conception, and in a special form in the world conception whose
    • appears which is closer to our own world conception. There the first
    • If I am to characterize the world conception of the third culture
    • period by a line, as I have done for the primeval Persian world
    • be gained thereby was a real understanding of the outer world. For
    • conception, that which we call the external world; and we have through
    • That in which we could perceive a process of the world and at the same
    • the inner world simultaneously, and which reaches into both.
    • the world. We as modern human beings cannot attain this by
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  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture I: The Dualism in the Life of the Present Time
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    • represent before the world, spiritually and otherwise. This movement
    • practical life, we have a number of spiritual views, world
    • worlds.
    • look at the civilized world within which these secret societies,
    • spiritual worlds. The ordinary secular world is considered something
    • the spirit mean something entirely abstract, foreign to the world,
    • regions of the present civilized world, and are significant and
    • concept of the structure of the world resembles that which underlies
    • people often take a description of the spiritual world to be a
    • worlds and the world into which we are born and in which we must live
    • spiritual worlds should this question concern us: Why are we born
    • out of the spiritual worlds into this physical world? Well, we
    • are born into this physical world (tomorrow and next day I will
    • born into this physical world because here on this earth there are
    • experienced in the spiritual worlds; but in order to experience these
    • things we must descend into this physical world, and from this world
    • we must carry up into the spiritual worlds the results of this
    • down into this physical world; our very spirit in its quest for
    • knowledge must dive down into this physical world. For the sake of
    • the spiritual world, we must immerse ourselves in this physical
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  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture II: The Development of Architecture
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    • powers. The material world was looked upon as something to be
    • physical view of the world) — if you imagine, as was believed
    • a sense the earthly world was deserted by God, forsaken by the
    • which is now being revealed directly from the spiritual world to this
    • physical world. Therefore about many things it must speak differently
    • for the spiritual world experiences, and which he cannot possibly
    • avoid when he first crosses the threshold of that world, namely, the
    • observation of the environing world is illusion, deception, —
    • 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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    • knowledge from beyond the threshold of the spiritual world, is
    • spiritual world is opposed by those powers which stand for the
    • the world and for humanity of anthroposophically-orientated spiritual
    • chapters of this world history will show how enormously the personal
    • element has influenced the great world-historical events. I said that
    • participated in 1914 in what is called the outbreak of the World War
    • something quite different, nor was it a “world war”; it
    • impulses which have been entering our physical world since the last
    • the doors between the spiritual world and ours stand open since the
    • world. To be sure, the number may be small of those whose
    • consciousness is touched today by the spiritual world; but it is a
    • fact that this spiritual world makes itself felt in many a human
    • their inner being to the impulses of the spiritual world which would
    • the spiritual world, who know about the truths and the knowledge that
    • of human souls, from the thought of the relation of this world
    • to the spiritual world. If in this regard there is not a change
    • of affairs in the so-called civilized world. There are many ruling
    • spiritual world. To many people today it seems positively like a
    • of anything like the threshold of the spiritual world. It is
    • world; but no one would be prevented from perceiving the truth of
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  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture IV: The Old Mysteries of Light, Space, and Earth
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    • before the world as the other side has been, it is a fact that the
    • mysteries of the world — besides this they also had what we
    • mysteries of the world arising within them, saw immigrants enter
    • courage in our souls to proclaim quite frankly before the world that
    • look for it today in the external world, we see it when our honorable
    • magistrates in their offices rule throughout the civilized world
    • a society of world-magistrates with world-judgments and
    • world-punishments, and sinners, and the good and the evil: it is a
    • the other two. If you would observe it today in the external world,
    • the Anglo-American world, the final consequence is to be seen of that
    • five or six years three-fourths of the world fell upon this former
    • only to sketch the configuration, the world situation), it was really
    • Wilhelm Meister, which could have revolutionized the world if
    • The world ought to understand that such phenomena
    • that it would really be a loss to the world and not a profit, to fail
    • fourteen points of the world's schoolmaster, which in every
    • a universal world-mist; and this is supposed to continue until the
    • ideas, this fantastic concept of world-evolution. So thinks Herman
    • If we study the things that stand side by side in the world we find
    • harmony with the whole world, with that for which others also are
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