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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • Summer-Will and Winter-Will
    • a day is longer, in Autumn shorter; in summer it is longest, in
    • gradually be able to speak of a winter-will and a summer-will.
    • go even to the stars, if in summer nights we feel endowed with this
    • Thus we can say: summer-will leads us out into the
    • expanses of the universe. Summer-will, warm will carries our thoughts
    • the course of summer; while the will which carries the thoughts into
    • feel the summer-will which expands our thoughts out into the
    • the summer-will, the will in us which is related to the summer. We
    • We may also say: “In us winter-will changes into summer-will,
    • and summer-will into winter-will.” We are no longer related to
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • somewhat correspond to our summertime today he would say: This is the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • he had experienced, the most wonderful summer landscapes. But he knew
    • the being of Summer was either sorrowful or joyful, but withal with
    • that he said to himself: “My inner being has brought the Summer
    • as a dream to my consciousness, the Summer as a dream.”
    • Summer before his consciousness in continuous change may be likened
    • not with the Summer as one sees it externally, but with the dream of
    • this Summer.
    • that which the dream of Summer gives, which I inwardly experience in
    • moment the summer-dreams rose on the threshold. And the pupil had the
    • dreamlike magical Summer experience he had gained the insight can
    • to the winter landscape and the relation to the summer landscape he
    • experienced, when external nature showed itself in summer landscape,
    • but as a dream of summer landscape.
    • Learn in spirit to dream Summer-being
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • dreamlike summer landscape. The pupil was prepared beforehand to have
    • nature-existence as Summer landscape, if he came into this condition,
    • earth-man of today is inclined to say when in summer he steps out
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • which in summer is warm and in winter is cold. Thou breathest the air
    • the form of vapour or mist; but in summer when thou breathest the

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