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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • knowledge along purely scientific lines! This knowledge once
    • we were in error on a certain matter, and to-day are no longer so,
    • We begin to speak no longer merely in an abstract way of
    • concerned, for we are obliged to make use of the body as long as we
    • death, then there is no longer anything to prevent our soul and
    • spiritual world we find the formative forces that belong to our moral
    • knowledge often obliges one to sit still for long hours at a stretch,
    • and at a particular time, is rooted in, and belongs to, a
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • consciousness. If we cannot feel ourselves as belonging to a
    • planetary system or the system altogether to which we belong.
    • longing in many people just for supersensible knowledge! One
    • hunger and thirst. One doesn't long for food and drink when one
    • is satisfied, but one longs for them when one is hungry. And
    • from an inmost need present humanity longs for the
    • time, nay sometimes much longer time of inner work than any
    • conglomerate of pain, then this consciousness no longer remains
    • connected with something which in nature doesn't belong
    • the human soul usually longs for as immortality, only enters
    • There is no longer a word for the pre-earthly as something
    • his longing for immortality, that it becomes a mere belief if
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • of the way in which man is regarded at the present day. For a long
    • long run, when people say, either out of some inner perception or out
    • science comes along and by one means or another — and it is
    • so long as we are trying to understand the human being by the methods
    • that Saturn, for example, with its immense orbit, takes a long time,
    • Suppose we are looking at Saturn, the planet that has the longest way
    • to go and needs the longest time in which to complete his orbit. The
    • on, all along the lines of the nervous system. Then at certain places
    • drawn into our picture is none other than the path along which the
    • belong to it, we can advance a step further in our knowledge of man's
    • by the Exusiai, Kyriotetes and Dynamis. Then we no longer regard the
    • however, in all healthy minds a longing to know more, a longing to
    • looked into a mirror or at a photograph of himself, is no longer
    • may stand in the Sun for as long as he will, his hair and so forth
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • countenance, — everything that belongs to the human form, man
    • possible any longer between them. For what each man is, and what his
    • now, in a way that belongs to the life after death, to have
    • belongs. It is of course an existence that is of the
    • when human beings who belong together approach the spiritual Sun, The
    • To form a true conception of the Sun, we must think along the
    • impressions we receive are no longer impressions of Earth. We have
    • for a long time after one has entered upon this sphere of existence;
    • degree in which they belong together, souls unite in working at the
    • belonging to this region. You must, of course, understand that all
    • but by all those human beings who belong together. The degree in which
    • human beings who belong together by destiny. This is a work that is
    • another, to which our ether body belongs, that pervades and permeates
    • perceptible, belongs, for example, all that streams to us in the light
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
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    • belonging to worlds beyond the Earth. Then, in the second lecture we
    • gate of death has been passed, they can no longer be concealed. There
    • was given long since to men on Earth by these great, superhuman
    • that he is seeing himself along with them, then he and they
    • understand why these beings have not long ago given up all hope of
    • connection between those Ahrimanic beings who belong chiefly to the
    • and is no longer understood. Once upon a time, in the old
    • the Earth and went to the Colony of the Moon. As long as the primeval
    • the next sphere, where he lives among Beings who also belong to the
    • to one anew when one finds that men had this same knowledge long ago
    • world would become foreign to him during the long journey between
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • that only so long as we remain in the actual environment of the Earth
    • and comes to resemble the beings who belong to the super-sensible
    • actual experience is any longer connected with words. If we wanted to
    • no longer associated with speech; it has become a mere matter of
    • borne along on the surging waves of speech. To-day we have come to the
    • no longer any soul in them, any life, — nay, are not even
    • longer possible, you must remember, to speak of man in his
    • — all these happenings and processes take a very long time, and
    • long before man enters upon earthly existence he experiences, as we
    • further back, through many centuries; for long before a human being is
    • what was on Earth long ago. For now the period of time that man spends
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • this experience of oneness with the silicious rock, we no longer see
    • can go on to attain the knowledge that belongs to Inspiration. Through
    • essential being of man. Man belongs to the worlds of the stars and to
    • within you, memories which bear on their wings many an event of long
    • the course of your life, maybe with many a one long since gone hence.
    • spoken of a great deal. Nowadays people read what was written long ago
    • this too I wanted to speak to you, for it belongs essentially in our

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