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  • Title: An Impulse for the Future
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    • have climbed to ever higher stages of knowledge, worldwide and
    • However, as this emerged from the catacombs into the outer world, the
    • lived anew in signs and symbols protected from the outer world. They
    • with the hardest opposition from the outer world. A great pain can
    • world, we must try to bring to consciousness the preserved and not
    • Thus was it with the French Revolution and also the world wars of our
    • spiritual world. It was a call delivered to humanity – followed
    • third time, it is taken back to the spiritual world for a long time.
    • we look around in the world today we
    • must say to ourselves: the contemporary world is full of ideals
    • agreement with much that is valid in the world. Thus it must be said:
    • that it is applicable to innumerable instances in the world and can
    • world but the super-sensible world.
    • to represent certain aspects of this occultism before the world.
    • exists in the world as a reality and which can be cultivated as such
    • belong to the super-sensual world. Therefore the attempt will for
    • world: an attempt not to found a community of people, but to
    • overlooked bringing this difference to the world.
    • which, if possible, should enter the world; it refers to the artistic
    • to make is that a method of working shall enter the world as an
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  • Title: Article/Lecture: West-East Aphorisms
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    • experienced the world as Self. Upon the rhythmic waves of conscious breath,
    • breath and woven together with the spiritual in the world. The Self is now
    • but in the environing world of spirit. The Eastern man once experienced the
    • world in himself, and in his spiritual life today he has the echo of this.
    • way to find himself in the world. If the Western man should wish to become
    • dream-like way. If the Yogi had sought for himself in the world as the
    • with wisdom. Heracleitos and Anaxagoras were men wise in the world who
    • wisdom of the world. Later wisdom was given over to thinking; it became
    • knowledge. Art was transferred to its own world. Religion, the source of
    • discovered the world of spirit immersed In knowledge. But he longed to see
    • the world. Religion can be deepened by knowledge filled with the life of
    • The Eastern man spoke of the sense-world as an appearance in which there
    • reality within his own soul. The Western man speaks of the world of ideas
    • inner nature of man the life of the spiritual world. The man of the East
    • upon the spirit through Nature. Through the world of the inner ghosts the
    • The man of the East feels “I” and sees “World”; the I
    • is the moon which reflects the world. The man of the West thinks the
    • World” and radiates into the world of his own thought
    • “I”. The I is a sun which irradiates the world of pictures. If
    • out of their vision in the super-sensible world. Those who were led felt
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