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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • The Supersensible Human, Anthroposophically Comprehended,
    • has been scientifically proved. ... When anyone brings forward
    • another character. It calls upon the personal in man; he cannot so
    • nevertheless true to say that ordinary knowledge does not call
    • ”organically”, experiencing them with one's whole being.
    • received again into civilisation and be called upon to enter once
    • realise this, we begin to feel as though a voice were calling to us:
    • A meeting has been called, and we are summoned to attend the meeting,
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • The Supersensible Human, Anthroposophically Comprehended,
    • The Supersensible Human, Anthroposophically Comprehended,
    • facts of the so-called supersensible world which man is
    • satisfied with what is called a belief, an assumption arising
    • calls a halt to all knowledge before the supersensible, then
    • one calls a halt before human self-knowledge. Then one
    • that that which we call our moral impulses, which we call the
    • if we have to call a halt before the supersensible with our
    • would like to call it — fact, and that which flows to it
    • able to say something, albeit hypothetically, about the present
    • One describes, at least hypothetically, how once upon a time
    • soul life appears much more characteristically in a dream than
    • inner organs being shown to us symbolically in the dream.
    • Over against this there now appears that which I always call
    • a systematically exact so-called meditative life as I have
    • symbolically in inner meditation. The dream conjures up
    • symbolically for us our own bodily nature.
    • nature give us symbols — strictly systematically to
    • imagine symbolically. In this way concepts are by force of will
    • however must then be really practiced quite systematically.
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  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • have to recall to our consciousness what we have learnt in the realm
    • — which is rightly called “Zodiac” (animal circle). The
    • physically. This cosmic picture of man shines spiritually; and because
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • something physically observed it is, of course, no more than a kind of
    • the human being. But this spirit-form, as I will call it, is
    • As we watch him, we see what we might call a series of “momentary
    • moves reveals something that calls for a passing of judgement in the
    • existence in the period which I have called in my Mystery Plays the
    • superphysical, bordering on the world that is physically perceptible.
    • it. The force of gravity works physically but is imperceptible to
    • gravity, but it is physically imperceptible. It is the same with
    • physically, and lives in your will — but you are not aware of it.
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • called living his way into the Cosmic Music, the Music of the
    • upon the human being what I will call Cosmic Memory — for
    • calls for the devotion of human beings who are linked together by
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • super-sensible nature of man, anthroposophically perceived and

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