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  • Title: Man's Being: Lecture II: Life between Death and a New Incarnation
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    • their language. We must, as it were, first learn the
    • that ordinary people cannot see man's inside; but the learned
    • least! For what can be learned about a man in this way is only
    • observe how the child learns to walk. Immeasurably great things
    • are connected with this learning to walk. It represents an
    • in every direction, then gradually learns to control
    • sequence — should first learn to walk (attain a state of
    • equilibrium) and then learn to speak.
    • when the child, having learned to walk and speak, gradually
    • develops its thoughts — for learning to think should be
    • relationship to the world — learning to maintain
    • equilibrium (what we call learning to walk), learning to speak,
    • learning to think — the compressed, modest, terrestrial
    • divine, we learn to understand the world as a revelation of the
  • Title: Man's Being: Lecture III: Our Experiences at Night, Life after Death
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    • the spiritual world, we must learn to form conceptions of such
    • learned during the day as a mirage of dreams, dreamed by the
    • the child learns, out of a life wrapt in dream and sleep, what
    • we call simply learning how to walk.
    • Something all-encompassing happens when a child learns how to
    • adapting himself to the relationships of gravity, learns how to
    • equilibrium by swinging our legs like pendulums as we learn how
    • forces. We call it simply learning how to walk. Yet in this
    • learning how to walk lies an element of utmost grandeur.
    • the foundation for all that is called learning how to
    • between death and a new birth. The child, when learning how to
    • emotional element; and a child of normal development learns
    • the thought-organs. In the third stage, the child learns how
    • learning to walk of the little child. It is the Archai,
    • the primeval powers, who transmit to the child that learns how
    • plastically formed in order that the child may learn thinking
  • Title: Man's Being: Lecture IV: Man's Being, His Destiny and World Evolution - 1
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    • called your attention to the three things learned by the
    • attempts at walking. We see a certain child, as he learns
    • karma is especially expressed by the manner in which he learns
    • the second place, we learn how to speak. We imitate what is
    • human beings who learn how to speak their mother tongue within
    • sounds. The child, when learning how to walk, expresses his
    • individual destiny; when learning how to speak, his folk
    • destiny. And, when learning how to think, he expresses
    • directions (by learning how to walk, how to handle objects, and
    • know only how to spell, will have a mind to learn how to read.
  • Title: Man's Being: Lecture V: Man's Being, His Destiny and World Evolution - 2
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    • dead Christ. And He is still present among us. If we learn to
  • Title: Man's Being: Lecture VI: Man's Being, His Destiny and World Evolution - 3
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    • initiation. He had learned in the Semitic wisdom-schools of
    • is speaking.” Man learned to regard language as something
    • Day, he also learned every year how to follow the spiritual
    • experiencing the course of the year, they learnt how to follow
    • the souls of the dead; learnt to find out, as it were, how
    • learning to think of the earth as a rounded body, one
    • be interpreted in the right way. People must learn to concede
    • illness. And, conversely, we learn to recognize the

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