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  • Title: Lecture: Planetary Spheres: Lecture VI
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    • magic”. If while on Earth you are receptive to the illumination
    • spiritual world. And this is true “ideal magic”. It is
    • the true “white magic” as it was called in olden times,
  • Title: Exact Clairvoyance and Ideal Magic
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    • Exact Clairvoyance and Ideal Magic
    • EXACT CLAIRVOYANCE AND IDEAL MAGIC.
    • as ideal magic, but this is to be clearly distinguished from
    • the wrong kind of magic which takes on external forms and
    • charlatanism. The ideal magic of which I intend to
    • ideal magic I understand the following:
    • ideal magic must not only intensify thought, as described, so
    • attain to ideal magic in addition to exact clairvoyance. Such a
    • through ideal magic we thus carry the will into our soul-life,
    • Those who ascend to ideal magic in the manner described,
    • but also ideal magic, a consciousness which enables them to
    • magic, or by the capacity to move about freely in the
    • Through exact clairvoyance and ideal magic these facts appear
    • ideal magic, for such truths can give us an insight into the
    • ideal magic, it is really possible to speak of the higher
    • by exact clairvoyance and ideal magic. Upon the
  • Title: First Steps in Supersensible Perception
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    • exact clairvoyance, a power which I will call that of “ideal magic
    • form of magic which resorts to external means and is fraught with a great
    • and what I now mean when I speak of “ideal magic.” I mean the
    • other words one who strives to acquire the power of ideal magic, must not
    • to add to the power of exact clairvoyance that of ideal magic. He must
    • will into the life of soul in this way through ideal magic, we learn
    • earthly life. But one who has acquired the power to put ideal magic into
    • of exact clairvoyance but also of ideal magic, makes him capable of moving
    • clairvoyance and through ideal magic these things become matters of actual knowledge,
    • unfold exact clairvoyance and the power of ideal magic, it is possible to
    • and ideal magic concerning man's existence not only on the Earth between
  • Title: The Relation of Anthroposophy to Christianity
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    • physical body and of action through the power of ideal magic, such a man is



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