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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • scientific fact. Knowledge has become severed from direct personal
    • basing our conclusion on the facts of experience. Once we have come
    • Devotion, loving devotion to the spiritual facts of
    • present-day knowledge, we tend to be proud of the fact that it has no
    • As a matter of fact, many of the feelings and impulses
    • forces, is in reality guided from elsewhere. We come in fact
    • fact that we take cognisance only of the physical world, tracing
    • It is a fact that very many people become able,
    • earlier years. In fact, I read these only when I must: for instance,
    • unable to feel any particular pleasure or satisfaction in it —
    • fact that one is obliged in the present day to attain the knowledge
    • attention to the fact that in order to reap the fruits of spiritual
    • world of nature, with its secure and stable laws. The fact that we
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • to the fact that one had not achieved everything in the time
    • facts of the so-called supersensible world which man is
    • successes to the fact that it has limited itself to the
    • would like to call it — fact, and that which flows to it
    • However, one must be quite knowledgeable about all the facts
    • outer observations and facts are used to come to a conclusion,
    • which found their satisfaction, their delight, their happiness
    • And in a picture the fact of the passing through the gate of
    • constitute eternity. And it is a fact that man has to pay for
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • its most successful manifestation, we come upon a remarkable fact.
    • is beyond the Earth does not, in point of fact, get beyond the Earth
    • our study by placing before you certain facts for which we shall find
    • fact, let me say, that is not without significance! There lurks,
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • expressed merely in the “countenance.” In fact, the actual
    • the Sun. The words sound strange, but facts must be described as they
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
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    • what are no more than signs to indicate direction. The fact that
    • As a matter of fact, there are many strange things to be observed
    • text-books and school-books no mention is made, as a rule, of the fact
    • factors were working together. When in his existence between death and
    • experience the Earth from the Sun. That is one factor. The
    • hundred years old. The fact that these influences are working in our
    • begins to be a significant factor in what happens on Earth. I shall
    • the fact that physics has investigated the Sun! The Sun is described
    • itself into a bearer of the impulse of freedom, is due to the fact
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • the same with all the stars and constellations. This fact must be
    • reason of the fact that man carries right up into Sun existence the
    • again, first, into the Saturn sphere. The fact that during his earlier
    • Cosmos. This is connected with the fact that the first foundations of
    • outcome of his previous earthly lives. The fact that we receive into
    • less important than the fact that in this germ of the heart is
    • consciousness grows clearer owing to the fact that in the Moon sphere
    • facts of Earth, but only by the facts of the great World, the
    • come to understand the significance of the fact that when he passes
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • consciousness, cannot in itself afford him satisfaction. And for this
    • rock. We were not then able to grasp the fact of which I am now going
    • we give attention to some facts that have more significance than is

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