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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • springs from the heart of man.
    • much as take one step upon it without heart and soul being directly
    • but when a man has probed to the heart of spiritual knowledge, he
    • hearts and souls: impulses of which, however, we cannot say that they
    • When men learn to be more open-hearted and to approach
    • who receive the truths with warmth of heart. And within the societies
    • understanding of life, his heart will be open to receive what the
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • heart. Or we dream that we are walking past a fence. We see how
    • stove with its heat, it was a picture of our heart which was
    • like an outer object. But when we have our own heart beat in
    • of our time, which as a demand of heart and soul appears in
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • be small, I will plunge at once into the heart of the subject.
    • every mind and heart, men have completely lost the possibility of
    • blood flows. When we come to an organ — to heart or lung, or to
    • of the blood. Then we get heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, stomach. From
    • learning it all by heart. We do the same with the muscles —
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • have had a companionship of spirit, mind and heart. And no pretence is
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • the heart are now being laid within him. The return journey continues.
    • at the moment when, out in the Cosmos, the spirit-germ of the heart is
    • course not yet a physical heart. True, there is already an indication
    • of a physical heart form, but it is surrounded and inter-woven with
    • ourselves in the Sun sphere the first germ of the physical heart is
    • less important than the fact that in this germ of the heart is
    • spirit. Before the spirit-germ of the heart unites with the embryonic
    • germ of the future body, the heart in man is a spiritual being, a
    • concentration, in the germ of the heart, of his whole soul-and-spirit
    • At the time when this cosmic heart is bestowed upon man, he is living
    • heart-beat, with the whole activity of the heart, so, out in the
    • Macrocosm, through his macrocosmic spiritual heart, he feels himself
    • is, as it were, a spiritual heart-beat within him. His whole being
    • seems now to be in the Cosmos, in the same way as his heartbeat is
    • with this heart-beat. Just as on Earth we feel in the heart-beat the
    • beating of our spiritual, macrocosmic heart, it feels to us as though
    • streams or currents were uniting this spiritual heart-beat with the
    • Beings of the Second Hierarchy. Even as the blood flows to the heart
    • spiritual, macrocosmic heart, in this human being of soul and spirit.
    • There, at the centre, beats the spiritual heart of man. And the beat
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  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • super-sensible world, and let them light up again in our hearts in
    • in heart and soul by what they read. But the truth contained therein
    • the depths of our hearts that knowledge of the super-sensible cannot be
    • “Now I am one with the inmost beat of the soul and heart of the
    • Movement will be able to spread this knowledge in the hearts and minds



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