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- Title: Driving Force: Lecture I
- in speaking, in thinking, in whatever is revealed through the
- brain into the perfected organ of thinking, the elaboration
- human environment. The life of feeling, willing and thinking
- reflecting the spiritual, they immediately stop thinking and
- upon to assimilate the idealistic concepts of pure thinking.
- thinking. The soul can be given what it needs only if, through
- mental attitudes, of thinking and of feeling, into external
- imparted to all our thinking, feeling and willing. The coming
- Title: Driving Force: Lecture III
- organ of our thinking merely taps the cosmic reservoir of
- Title: Driving Force: Lecture IV
- receives the impulses at work in his thinking through the
- Archai. The result is that thinking, although it remains
- Thinking of one
- from the typical thinking of evangelical Protestantism but
- Title: Driving Force: Lecture V
- cosmic thoughts and to promote thinking, the unfolding of
- Title: Driving Force: Lecture VI
- vitalization of thinking in order to grasp the living content
- real nature of human thinking. In the present age, since the
- well-known point of time in the 15th century, our thinking
- imagery. People take pride in this kind of thinking which as
- above-mentioned epoch; previously to that, thinking had been
- pictorial and was therefore a living thinking in the real
- ourselves of the essential character of thinking as it is
- today. The living essence of thinking was within us during
- postAtlantean epoch, our thinking is the corpse of that
- living thinking between death and a new birth. It is just
- because our thinking now is devoid of life that our
- thinking that is only a corpse of what thinking was in us
- sense-world outside us and the dead thinking within us to be
- thinking. But then, is there death also outside in the world?
- sense-world by means of thinking, because dead thoughts are
- thinking. Man thinks, then, in an element quite other than
- birth, our thinking is the corpse of what it was before our
- itself in the sphere of thinking and knowledge in the form of
- thinking; it is this that is responsible for the fact that
- modern style and based on the modern way of thinking.
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- Title: Driving Force: Lecture VII
- thinking which have very little to do with the whole being of
- soul, precisely through our thinking, we have united with the
- are weary of thinking about these things, when they have
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