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  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture I
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    • life. Our senses and intelligence make it evident that from
    • after all, man's ordinary senses cannot perceive what goes on
    • continues in the astral body — eludes sense-perception
    • before him; he senses it but no threads of thought pass from
    • centenary of Schiller's birth. In a certain sense,
    • sense-observation, we shall fail to perceive the most
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture II
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    • perception, to perception by the senses and the intellect ;
    • sense-perception and intellectual recognition, but during his
    • them and feel a sense of helplessness in regard to them.
    • sense-phenomenon? How are the elemental beings working here?
    • world of the senses. Even Paracelsus, when he
    • you take his expressions in the sense in which they are used
    • manner of life in the physical world of sense and his manner
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture III
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    • etheric bodies he has suitably developed sense organs, he is
    • sense-organs — he is unable to be conscious of his
    • awake, we direct our eyes or other sense-organs outwards
    • sense-perception describes the activities of human beings by
    • sense-perceptions; with special cosmic forces they rule over
    • sense-impressions, while the Archai now give them
    • world of the senses by the fact that in ancient times, for
    • world was reflected in the world of the physical senses.
    • the senses.
    • Archai are present between man and his sense impressions. The
    • feeling is that they are present here in the sense-world.
    • present between man and the whole fabric of sense
    • the senses.
    • ‘I am making music’ was senseless to them. But it
    • impression of an empty shell. In the best sense of the word
    • certain sense makes its way towards the human being, how the
    • endowed with physical senses must be included when the most
    • senses.
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture IV
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    • representing the world of the senses. Everything we see and
    • become aware of in the world of the senses — colours,
    • of this line. What lies behind the sense perceptions
    • of the senses.
    • fanciful idea that behind the world of the senses are the
    • the impressions of the sense-world, but, above all, also in
    • for their realm lies between man and the world of the senses;
    • then became in the strictest sense an orthodox Roman Catholic
    • those who have not begun to perceive and think in the sense
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture V
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    • forever around us: not a world of sense alone but also a
    • One must carefully record only what external sense-perception
    • experience of the world gained through the senses.
    • in the true sense. The young do not want to be led by the
    • who have understood how to grow old in the genuine sense and
    • have become old in the real sense, who have not remained
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture VI
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    • sense.
    • evolution. Nowadays, when he observes the sense world,
    • sense-world outside us and the dead thinking within us to be
    • understands the real nature of the senses the remarkable fact
    • attention to the sense-world alone, he cannot grasp this
    • sense-world by means of thinking, because dead thoughts are
    • simply not applicable to the living sense-world.
    • clear to yourselves. — Man confronts the sense-world
    • to be willing to look beyond the sense-world? It actually
    • embraces something in the highest sense super-earthly,
    • in touch with the living nature of the sense-world. When he
    • senses. Today, when he believes only in the world of the
    • senses, the strange thing is that his thoughts, although
    • because he does not live on the Earth in the real sense.
    • life inherent in the world of the senses. He must therefore
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture VII
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    • man, in the general sense, is different in each of them. If
    • understood in the modern bureaucratic sense — these
    • the senses, whereas today no such connection exists and

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