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- Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
- that have a materialistic orientation give us pain; for we know, such
- clothes his perceptions. To this I would reply: To paint a picture,
- spiritual knowledge. In order to “paint” in ideas, one
- must be a researcher in the spirit; but once the picture is painted,
- undergo a pain with which no other pain can be compared. It is at the
- earth. An indescribable pain is involved in leaving, on the path of
- of the spirit. The whole being is, as it were, steeped in pain. And
- kind of experience one may have from the painting of a great artist.
- direct inner experience of the idea. He will undergo also the pain
- Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
- us pain. And someone who can penetrate more deeply into these
- one's own body, one feels, one feels it sometimes painfully
- content, at this moment an unspeakable pain, an unlimited
- can otherwise experience as pain in the world is really
- insignificant compared with this spiritual soul pain which one
- overcome this pain. For it is this pain which is the expression
- it as an unspeakable pain. But when we live for a while in this
- pain, when we feel our inner being itself as one filled with
- pain, that is, when we are for a while pain, when our own human
- conglomerate of pain, then this consciousness no longer remains
- one doesn't have to be a painter in order to experience the
- only the painters would be able to experience it — just
- error. Just as one can stand before a painting and admire its
- Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
- painting or drawing. But now it is not so easy to paint what we hear
- paint into the picture a definite form, to express what we
- certain points we are obliged to go beyond the line and paint a
- blue-red, suddenly becomes melody. We feel we must paint in this form
- we must paint a form which attaches itself in some way to the channels
- Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
- King of Spain who was once shown a map of the stars and their
- Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
- suffering and pain. We are apt to forget how very much sense
- abstractions. The pain that is caused him by hearing people speak of
- physical pain caused to a finger by putting it into a flame.
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