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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • rather does it imply a change in the whole way of experiencing
    • effectual quality. We speak of knowledge being sound, wholesome —
    • or unwholesome, and to be discarded. The concepts “true”
    • the whole of knowledge. For we must needs regard as desirable what is
    • sound and wholesome, we incline to it; on the other hand, we turn
    • inwardness. We discover that the whole being and existence of man
    • that alters the whole course of our life. When we look back over the
    • never find by the aid of bodily vision alone: namely, that our whole
    • of the spirit. The whole being is, as it were, steeped in pain. And
    • upon the whole human being. But if we try to acquire, with the aid of
    • way within the spiritual world only if his whole being participates
    • alone but is shared in by the whole human being. It is of no
    • to make them. I can assure you I have used up whole cartloads
    • ”organically”, experiencing them with one's whole being.
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • but we experience uncertainty about this whole spiritual world
    • One imagines this whole system which exists in time as somehow
    • but insecurity of the whole soul life, insecurity apparent
    • but in the whole tenor of soul, in the confidence and
    • privation spreads itself over the whole soul life. All that one
    • the whole of nature which makes an impression on us, is
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • materialism for our whole understanding of man.
    • system, the several senses — in short, the whole human being of
    • Saturn is not inactive in relation to the ether in which the whole
    • whole field of spiritual sight. When Saturn lies outside this line, we
    • glandular system is, in the case of the animal, worked into its whole
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • whole human being, not merely part of him. The whole human being, in
    • character. The whole breast system takes on a definite physiognomical
    • being stands fully revealed before the other, with the whole meaning
    • their whole nature of spirit and soul be impressed upon their
    • destinies. And this whole “system” of human souls, together
    • reflected. Our whole being becomes a spiritual sense-organ. But the
    • receive in the eye of the spirit the impression of the whole Cosmos.
    • We feel ourselves one with the whole wide Universe. And what we were
    • The whole Universe is reflected in us as in an eye of the spirit, and
    • our own Sun existence has made us feel one with the whole Cosmos, we
    • whole destiny of the man, the destiny he is undergoing and has himself
    • whole of the lower man is transformed into the upper man.
    • whole Universe is reflected, expresses in cosmic tone man's outer form
    • utterance the whole being of man as man, as well as the individual
    • worlds. But the whole nature of the life between death and a new birth
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
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    • whole of the rest of his form becomes “physiognomy,” a
    • being passes into the spiritual world, his whole relation to the
    • movements and the whole solar system and, finding it very difficult to
    • Will becomes itself perception, becomes man's whole world of life. He
    • destiny, but of the whole intrinsic character of Earth existence. And
    • well, exercised a remarkably deep influence on the whole form and
    • attention to great affairs of the Universe which underlie our whole
    • together into one whole. It would be a mistake to say: Yes, but how is
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • whole Music of the Spheres — sound to us from every direction of
    • “d.” The whole experience is contained in the word itself.
    • the Mars sphere are those who in their whole nature are Cosmic Word.
    • sphere; that is to say, his whole being is really the spirit-germ of
    • forming of the human head is like the creation of a whole world. For
    • course always be remembered that these germs are spiritual; the whole
    • whole being has been given over to the Cosmos; he has become one with
    • memory of the whole planetary system. He has felt himself one with the
    • concentration, in the germ of the heart, of his whole soul-and-spirit
    • leadership of the whole planetary system in its connection with
    • heart-beat, with the whole activity of the heart, so, out in the
    • at one with his whole being of soul and spirit. The moral being of
    • is, as it were, a spiritual heart-beat within him. His whole being
    • that he has to undergo consists in this — that a whole host of
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • other senses, are indeed connected with his Ego, with its whole life
    • whole Earth's surface. It is as though our eyes were sending out rays
    • to feel ourselves one with the whole Earth. When we have this
    • whole World, with the Cosmos, then, if we are to attain, not to a
    • in which the whole feeling-content of the human soul is united with
    • and ideas, without letting our whole being pour into the words.
    • Inspiration we can follow the human being in his whole journey through
    • herself as she is to-day. I remember the time when the whole planetary
    • metamorphosis of our being; they have also their part in the whole
    • with our whole being, since it is they who are then our cosmic
    • in the whole artistic form of the poem, so is it possible for us,
    • melted, with the powers that make man truly man, then the whole

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