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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • in his own being. Man cannot, therefore, follow this path of
    • knowledge? For the most part, in books, in writing. The path of
    • The path of knowledge which leads to a recognition of
    • path of knowledge, we stop saying: This is true, that is false. The
    • earth. An indescribable pain is involved in leaving, on the path of
    • personal has place in the path of knowledge, you will allow me, I
    • not present in earlier and other paths to initiation. I mean the
    • in solitude. In earlier limes, when the path of initiation knowledge
    • investigating the path leading from pre-earthly existence into the
    • On this path of knowledge we learn to feel, as it were,
    • Attaining thus by a personal path to our own eternal
    • human and personal path in life. We feel inwardly seized and
    • begin indeed to recognise how our path in life leads always in a
    • world, is by following this personal path of life into the spiritual
    • world, and finding within us, as we tread the path, the higher
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • a more intimate view of the dream leads us onto a path. As
    • But it is only the path which is different. In natural science
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • generally, as you know, in pathological cases that research into the
    • drawn into our picture is none other than the path along which the
    • We can now progress further on our upward path. When we have
    • by saying: The paths of the planets go through the Zodiacal
    • Such are the paths that lead from earthly man to super-sensible man.
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • gate of death and is traversing the path which stretches between death
    • into the next incarnation and express themselves in the sympathy or
    • antipathy which one human being feels when he encounters another. The
    • feeling of sympathy or antipathy is a reflection of the intercourse
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
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    • Let us now pause for a moment in our study of man's path of evolution
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • be remembered that man's path between death and new birth is such that
    • work is proceeding upon the spirit-germ of the head. Man's path then
    • the time comes for him to take the path of return. Then, going back
    • Sun, he comes again at length to the sphere of the Moon. Of the path
    • spiritual image of the great cosmic sphere. On and on leads the path,
    • The time has now come for man to take the path of return. He comes
    • transformed on the path of return into the faculty to conceive human
    • On the return path through the Saturn sphere the detailed elaboration
    • Going now further on his path of return, man comes again into the Mars
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • tread the path which leads to the super-sensible world. Knowledge even
    • You are familiar with the descriptions I have given of the paths which
    • happens on this path is the following. I will describe it for you in a
    • Beings of the Second Hierarchy moving in the paths of the veins of the
    • special relation to these Beings when, following the path of the light
    • understanding can also be reached on quite another path.



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