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  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture I
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    • stimulation from the spiritual world. We must become artists, not by
    • developing symbolism or allegory, but by rising, through spiritual
    • knowledge, more and more into the spiritual world." - from the contents.
    • described in anthroposophical spiritual science take their shape from
    • of spiritual science we mark the stages in the changing constitution
    • course with his whole being; considered its spiritual side as his own
    • possibility of discovering the divine-spiritual as something special
    • this truth energetically is the task of anthroposophical spiritual science.
    • Thus anthroposophical spiritual science grows out of the entire earthly
    • the spiritual in the physical, but not natural today.
    • remained stationary, we can no longer see the spiritual in the physical;
    • need of mankind: namely, to raise ourselves to the spiritual.
  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture II
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    • stimulation from the spiritual world. We must become artists, not by
    • developing symbolism or allegory, but by rising, through spiritual
    • knowledge, more and more into the spiritual world." - from the contents.
    • NE result of anthroposophical spiritual science — once it has been
    • his contemporaries sensed the unity of spiritual life and art is no
    • an ancient clairvoyance made for a living connection with the spiritual
    • is to see a certain connection between today's spiritual life and the
    • words, only a person who participates in spiritual life has an impulse
    • spiritual world. It was out of a spirit-attuned state that the artistic
    • urge proceeded. And this relation to the spiritual world will be, forever,
    • where the spiritual is fostered, they will not construct houses suitable
    • for spiritual impulses, but merely utilitarian buildings. And what would
    • human souls experienced a kinship with the spiritual world. Then the
    • a corpse, as long as he lives here on earth, he can, through his spiritual
    • when people had a relationship with the spiritual world. Today, however,
    • of their relationship to the spiritual universe erected their most valuable
    • people's feelings, their unconscious sensations, were spiritual.
    • into the spiritual universe. Consequently, these people were concerned
    • spiritual worlds.
    • body. Its spiritual forces can overcome some minerals — for example,
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  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture III
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    • stimulation from the spiritual world. We must become artists, not by
    • developing symbolism or allegory, but by rising, through spiritual
    • knowledge, more and more into the spiritual world." - from the contents.
    • it to grow out of space and into the spiritual world. These are the
    • sojourn in the spiritual world; and how out of this deprivation there
    • form as an imprint of the spiritual on the immediate present; which
    • we behold, spiritually, the human being as he is placed into the present;
    • form's direct participation in the spiritual, constantly overcomes the
    • entirety, he is an expression of the spiritual.
    • — color is something spiritual. Now we do see colors in certain
    • natural entities which are not spiritual; that is, in minerals. Recent
    • than that in which, in the immeasurably distant past, it was spiritually
    • constructed out of the green color of the spiritual world. The moment
    • long past, and green appears because at that time divine-spiritual beings
    • created this substance through a purely spiritual green. The moment
    • evolution, and see this precious stone created out of the spiritual;
    • is divine-spiritual beings, creative in the infinitely distant past,
    • created out of the spiritual, in greenness. We see both mineral and
    • spiritual. Strange that today painters chiefly ask themselves: Can we
    • the soul is within the spiritual. Really, what is experienced in painting
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  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture IV
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    • stimulation from the spiritual world. We must become artists, not by
    • developing symbolism or allegory, but by rising, through spiritual
    • knowledge, more and more into the spiritual world." - from the contents.
    • relation to the spiritual, a person can acquire the forces necessary
    • man draws closer to the spiritual element in thought, feeling and will.
    • of the spiritual-divine foundation of the world is to be acquired, attention
    • for a true relationship with the spiritual world; on the other, it helps
    • passing the gate to the spiritual world. On the other hand, it stresses
    • art must realize that its task is to carry the spiritual-divine life
    • spiritual. No artist could create in his medium if there were not alive
    • in him impulses springing from the spiritual world. This fact points
    • earnest of man's struggle to harmonize the spiritual-divine with the
    • the divine-spiritual hovering, before his soul and the physical-sensory
    • divine-spiritual shine through purified sensory forms. Always it was
    • his earnest endeavor not to take up the spiritual lightly in his writings,
    • not to express the divine-spiritual offhandedly. For he was convinced
    • the spiritual into the physical; not deal with it comprehensively and
    • To me all these creations have fallen away from the divine-spiritual.
    • the divine-spiritual, I must, by my treatment, lift them to a level where
    • they can reflect, out of their own natures, that same divine-spiritual.
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  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture V
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    • stimulation from the spiritual world. We must become artists, not by
    • developing symbolism or allegory, but by rising, through spiritual
    • knowledge, more and more into the spiritual world." - from the contents.
    • to emphasize that the spiritual evolution of mankind has proceeded from
    • the unity of science, art and religion. In present-day spiritual life we
    • study the spiritual development of mankind in those ancient times through
    • into the cosmos to find a content for their spiritual life, or to satisfy
    • through poetry during the period when they received spiritual content
    • the earth. For language originates in spiritual man — this they
    • merely of phantasy but of spiritual perception; and it was by this means
    • a head resembling the firmament; how thought represents a spiritual
    • a way that the spiritual background, the spiritual worlds, may be divined;
    • You must atone in a spiritual way for your sin against reality,
    • he attains by precluding — spiritualizing — the third
    • dimension. His use of colors elevates to the spiritual what is otherwise
    • through red, that which steps out of the plane in a spiritual way (whereas
    • dimension not by foreshortening and focusing, but by a soul-spiritual
    • in a spiritual fashion. Thus can the artistic be brought back to what
    • it was when it linked man directly to spiritual worlds.
    • highly important for our time to observe how a homogeneous human spiritual
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  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture VI
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    • stimulation from the spiritual world. We must become artists, not by
    • developing symbolism or allegory, but by rising, through spiritual
    • knowledge, more and more into the spiritual world." - from the contents.
    • that we refer to real spiritual entities when we speak of spiritual
    • language” designates the spiritual entity behind any specific
    • he can receive, from the spiritual world, strength to express his
    • means that the beautiful bears a relation to the spiritual outside us.
    • shine for us; it exists. It is the spiritual that shines, radiating
    • objectively of the beautiful, we take hold of it as a spiritual element
    • the spiritual which proclaims its nature in the midst of unpleasantness.
    • If the spiritual shines through the ugly, even the ugly becomes beautiful.
    • In art it is upon a relation to the spiritual that beauty depends.
    • we dealt with it insofar as it reveals the spiritual-essential through
    • as a divine-spiritual element bestowed upon earthly substances only
    • spiritual shines forth. Animals were felt to have their own colors because
    • case of a person, this can be done still more spiritually. To paint
    • spiritual.
    • weaves the spiritual around her; the face permeated and transfigured
    • relationship with something spiritual. In the face of present-day
    • to reach the spiritual. Otherwise it would be not “shine”
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  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture VII
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    • stimulation from the spiritual world. We must become artists, not by
    • developing symbolism or allegory, but by rising, through spiritual
    • knowledge, more and more into the spiritual world." - from the contents.
    • uttered by the initiate as both cognition and spiritual revelation
    • were supported and illustrated by sacred rituals unfolding, before
    • enunciation of earthly knowledge, religious rituals imaged forth what
    • artistic, had its place within the Mysteries; ritual and image, acting
    • rituals which fired man's will and the knowledge-bearing words which
    • own forms, pictures, colors. One can be spiritual in forms, colors,
    • that man has foresaken the spiritual worlds to which he rightfully belongs.
    • artistic approach, man's physical body clothed by an imaginative-spiritual
    • the Greeks became sculptors. It is thus a spiritual sensing and
    • paralyzed, deadened. Black is felt as the spiritual image of death.
    • of spirit; black as the spiritual image of death. In saying this I describe
    • the spirit. Black, spiritual image of death — I start with spirit
    • of breathing is contained, in a delicate psycho-spiritual manner, in
  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture VIII
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    • stimulation from the spiritual world. We must become artists, not by
    • developing symbolism or allegory, but by rising, through spiritual
    • knowledge, more and more into the spiritual world." - from the contents.
    • take hold of black, we have the spiritual image of death. And the circle
    • wish to represent a spiritually radiant figure, we cannot do otherwise
    • time for painting to return to a more spiritual conception, to return
    • in waking dreams, the spiritual behind the physical. Parallel to this
    • man felt himself completely removed into the spiritual world, with the
    • spiritual nature at the boundary of his skin, so to speak, a sensation
    • future development of music will be toward spiritualization, and involve
    • in its spiritual profundity, and a wish — in this as in the other
    • arts — to pass from the naturalistic to the spiritual element.
    • find our way back to the spiritual, to presenting dramatic figures in
    • whom man himself, as a spiritual as well as bodily being, can move within
    • the all-permeating spiritual events of the world.
    • do when higher spiritual impulses play between them, and their instincts,
    • imperative to turn to the spiritual in all spheres. We must make good
    • this material world spiritually; nor despise the gifts of scientific
    • dry symbolism or allegory — find our way back to the spiritual.
    • or allegorists, by rising, through spiritual knowledge, more and more
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