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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • acquired and experienced quite apart from any relation to what
    • the spiritual world and of the eternal in the human being has quite
    • has brought to humanity quite remarkable blessings of a material
    • enjoyed it, then we are not quite the same as we were.
    • therefore quite naturally and inevitably to morality. As regards
    • Materialism is quite right as far as earthly consciousness is
    • he was quite a little child, his life took a direction that was to
    • the next life on earth, can work there quite definitely as a
    • researcher severs itself from him and becomes objective; he is quite
    • with him in quite an intimate manner, for it speaks directly to the
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • things for the future, but in quite a general sense one speaks
    • still something quite different involved. Man gradually feels
    • However, one must be quite knowledgeable about all the facts
    • have experienced, in quite a different order.
    • however must then be really practiced quite systematically.
    • fantasy, but which we quite consciously determine, which is not
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • and deaths. In the course of centuries it has become quite natural to
    • really quite honest. It is not a matter simply of contradicting
    • human being and study him quite honestly from the aspect of what
    • relation with the world beyond the Earth. Only, let us first be quite
    • it is a spiritual picture it has power to illuminate quite other
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • We must, however, be clear from the outset that it is really quite
    • the forces of outer Nature. The etheric body also dissolves, quite
    • enveloping sheaths (the word “sheath” is not really quite
    • however, is quite erroneous. If we wanted to make a picture, a
    • new birth it is quite different, there everything is moral and
    • This opens up quite a new aspect of our study. When we pass through
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
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    • course, that perception of the spiritual is quite different from
    • is quite useless there. We have to leave behind us the thinking of
    • something quite different; they are hosts of Spiritual Beings who have
    • of quite secondary importance, for physical science is dealing with
    • human point of view it is of course quite understandable that men will
    • gaining the victory over the Earth Spirits. Human beings know quite
    • rebirth in one way and on another occasion in quite a different way?
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • For the early stages of study, that is quite true, but you
    • the cosmos they are in reality quite different. On Earth we see the
    • which culminates in the family into which he is born. It is quite
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • super-sensible world. We would have to deal quite differently with the
    • eludes them. It is quite impossible to experience, or to have any
    • super-sensible man, we find ourselves quite naturally turning away from
    • living organism, in quite a different form.” Thus do the veins of
    • Now this experience leads us on to see quite clearly why it is that we
    • — unless we are quite devoid of poetic feeling — to
    • understanding can also be reached on quite another path.

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