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- Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
- supposed not to be able to perceive and for which he has to be
- with these limits to knowledge, if rightly perceived, there is
- knowledge the illusion is totally perceived. One knows: you
- Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
- be perceived and understood out of Anthroposophical wisdom. We shall
- methods which enable a man actually to perceive the spiritual,
- can perceive the ether as well, we see that Saturn, for instance
- can be perceived as form. The physical planet Saturn is only
- experience. We perceive that while we are beholding the form-giving
- advance further and come to perceive the confluence of the planetary
- Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
- perceive in the world of sense, is permeated through and through by
- cognition are able to perceive what it is that is thus released after
- that a man can perceive and understand. Human souls to whom he is not
- we perceive how little joy they experience in meeting them. We observe
- destiny. We become able to perceive human souls who will in future
- eye of the spirit can perceive what is happening in detail. For
- this is perceived spiritually. For spiritual perception, the
- We live in the physical world of Earth. We perceive the outer world
- through our senses. Of that which we perceive we must say: It is
- is all we can perceive in this earthly life. Above this world lies
- Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
- a saintly man, in order that he might perceive and feel what the
- has to perform an act of will whenever he wants to perceive anything.
- perceive. It is above all the will that is developed when a man has
- understanding for all that has been perceived begins to dawn within
- Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
- man acquired through having perceived the thoughts of the Gods, is
- a sense organ, which perceives the movement of the
- Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
- The sense-world, however, as man perceives it in ordinary
- we can learn to perceive what lives in the rocks through the presence
- Earth can perceive has of course vanished, for our senses have been
- birth we can see nothing that the senses perceive in earthly life. But
- perceive down here in earthly life.
- the fire, then we can perceive there, in its spirit form, the force by
- becomes, the more clearly are we able to perceive the inner
- super-sensible nature of man, anthroposophically perceived and
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