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  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • Anthroposophical spiritual science is all very well; it teaches us
    • in education, in teaching. Ordinary head-knowledge is morally neutral.
    • will have good moral instruction, true moral teaching of mankind, as
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • teachings were given in the places of the Mysteries and found their way
    • to the individual human beings; these teachings enabled the soul to
    • the outer world of the senses. Such teachings were given in connection
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture I
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    • important light on a right method of education and teaching. It shows
    • you, that teaching and education must be arranged in a way that it lasts
    • him and what he comprehends, teach the child what he wants to grasp
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture II
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    • soft substance, into the hand and then I teach myself to throw the mortar
  • Title: Lecture: Planetary Spheres: Lecture V
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    • teaching of the Mysteries to aid him on his path; now he must turn to
    • man in the past. The first great teachers in the Mysteries were
  • Title: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • Golgotha, teachings were given in the places of the Mysteries and
    • found their way to the individual human beings; these teachings
    • aroused by contact with the outer world of the senses. Such teachings
  • Title: Lecture: Concealed Aspects of Human Existence
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    • through the teachers whom they sent out into the world for mankind,
    • the place of this old teaching. Namely, something has occurred which
  • Title: Exact Clairvoyance and Ideal Magic
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    • but this crystal teaches us to look through it psychically, not
    • spoken. Indeed, this process resembling memory also teaches us
    • consciousness and the consciousness of an adult, teaches them
  • Title: The Relation of Anthroposophy to Christianity
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    • great Teachers, or Gurus in these Mysteries. And when other men desired to
    • pupils of these Teachers, receiving from them the knowledge of the universe
    • the attitude and relation of a pupil in olden times to his Guru or Teacher in
    • these Teachers were regarded by their pupils as being divinely inspired. When
    • speaking to him through the lips of his Teacher. Strange as it seems to us to-day,
    • Mystery-teachings. — They held the view: In still earlier epochs of the
    • communion with those who were the first Gurus, the first Teachers in the
    • the teachings once transmitted to men by the Gods themselves had - passed
    • Gurus was the conviction that the teachings received from their lips had once
    • the link connecting him with the spiritual worlds; this Teacher was regarded
    • Teacher; he felt that he owed everything to his Teacher. From the Teacher he
    • of these godlike Teachers in the ancient Mysteries was not only to turn the
    • did these teachings rest? The basic assumption was that the world in which
    • learned from their Teachers that when man has passed through the gate of death
    • days of yore the Divine Messengers, the Teachers of the first Gurus, had been
    • evidence of the teaching was exterminated. But supersensible perception as it
    • upwards to the Divine. The Teacher or Guru was regarded as the channel by
    • the first Teachers of Christianity no longer to a Guru in the old sense but
    • inwardness and intensity of devotion which characterised these early Teachers
    • science teaches us, into a supersensible world which belongs to the Earth and
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