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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • Now we shall find that the experience I have described
    • think, to describe at this point what is, on the face of it, an
    • etc. — described in my book,
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • One describes, at least hypothetically, how once upon a time
    • described it in my book “Knowledge of Higher
    • described. — Imagine that at a certain time of day you
    • which one sees in the described way like a great but concrete
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • distances of the stars, describe their courses, examine them with a
    • proves to be what I have just described. The planetary system
    • figure. Here on Earth we describe a man's figure, or perhaps his
    • It is possible thus to describe ascending ranks of Hierarchical Beings
    • — from the Third to the Second to the First. As we describe all
    • death. For, all that has now been described becomes a matter of
    • how Goethe and Gegenbaur describe it — to become head-bones,
    • constellations. The Ancients knew how to describe the courses of
    • For in everything I have described — skin, nervous system, blood
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • be described by saying: The spirit-form becomes one great
    • physiognomy I have described. During this period of the life after
    • the Sun. The words sound strange, but facts must be described as they
    • perceptible the changes. To begin with, I will describe them more from
    • So you see, just as we can describe in pictures what happens to man
    • earth-life, so can we describe in all definiteness and detail what
    • which I described as that of the growth of mutual understanding. The
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
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    • Nevertheless, we can only describe them in such a way that they seem
    • which help us to describe the spiritual world in which man lives
    • of touching, but touching from a distance. Let me try to describe it
    • the way described, and these primeval Teachers of mankind. From the
    • here described. But the more a man is able to assume the physiognomy
    • and undergo what I have already described. This is the sphere in which
    • the fact that physics has investigated the Sun! The Sun is described
    • The experiences of man in the super-sensible world can be described in
    • many ways. Yesterday I described them to you in another way; now I
    • it that on one occasion you describe man's life between death and
    • certainly describe things differently, as his knowledge of the city
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • of many Beings — I described it to you in the last lecture. It is
    • describe the human being up to the stage of the Sun existence we must
    • fix our attention on his spirit-form or figure, and describe that. But
    • involved there in a process of metamorphosis which I can only describe
    • describe it to you in a picture. The expressions may sound strange but
    • splendour. It is difficult to find words to describe what the human
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • happens on this path is the following. I will describe it for you in a
    • It is indeed so, that when out of real knowledge we begin to describe
    • realise that what has been described in connection with the life
    • we pass through those regions, and it must now be described.
    • Then we can go a step further. I have described the experiences that

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