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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • words which echo in our ears when the Dornach Speech Chorus declaims
    • Heavens to the Earth and work in the aspiring souls of men. And in
    • heard how the creations of art and of culture help us to understand
    • the inner constitution and attitude of the human soul in earlier
    • were working through the hands, the heads and the hearts of men.
    • we must create out of full and clear consciousness, free from any
    • must open our minds and hearts to thoughts which shed light upon the
    • always been known as Temples. You have already heard how the life of
    • region of the Earth.
    • striking and significant feature of this early Art of Building?
    • what the earlier temples in that part of the world may have been, it
    • the hearts and souls of men were led to the God who dwelt in deep
    • columns which in themselves reveal their function as ‘bearers’
    • embodied, within Earth-existence. This is expressed in the whole form
    • needs no human being near it or inside it; it stands there in its own
    • different. The call of a Christian church goes out to the hearts and
    • its own boundaries, to express the aspirations and searchings of
    • architectural forms of the early temples of Asia Minor were born. All
    • — that is what the early temple of Asia Minor expresses, not as
    • that early Art of Building. Man as a physical being has his spiritual
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • by many hundreds, nay even thousands of years, from the first
    • appearance of this acanthus motif, they must naturally take a
    • learned compiler of the artistic traditions of antiquity,
    • men that they perceived how the movement, bearing and
    • as a human being, able to bear the weight.’ Men felt
    • be found in external reality. Now spiritual research is often
    • that does not exist on the Earth, of which there are only
    • analogies on the Earth; they are to represent something that
    • relationship between the earthly forces and the sun forces.
    • How can man come to feel this relationship of the earthly
    • the following way: all that is earthly rests upon the surface
    • of the earth and as it rises away from the earth (this is
    • point. So that man felt the state of being bound to the earth
    • standing on the earth.’
    • works in upon the earth and man expressed this by portraying
    • journey round the earth, sends its rays thus, running
    • these two figures in alternation, you have the earth-motif
    • with the sun; and they alternated: earth-sun, sun-earth and
    • Man sensed this cosmic power: earth-sun,
    • forces; bud-forms running upwards to a point, the earth
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • do nearly enough in comparison with what ought to be
    • highest forces of soul, heart and mind to create something
    • Shall it not rather be our dearest wish to bring all men into
    • these works of art and who have learnt to understand their
    • heart or intellect, because the forms of art will teach them
    • how to love; they will learn to live in harmony and peace
    • all hearts through these forms; such buildings will be
    • is able to pour a spiritual fluid into the hearts and souls
    • of men. When men's hearts and souls are surrounded by the
    • that what passes from mouth to ear can create peace and
    • which the Gods speak to us. We must, however, first learn how
    • presupposition here is that the earth with its gravity lies
    • site of the earth was a gift of the God; it was as though
    • Therefore, by means of the forces in the earth given to man
    • him the earth.
    • the earliest Christian architecture. One thought in
    • rendered to the earth becomes a divine office because the God
    • service to the earth. The Temple grows out of the human
    • it. ‘Earth, be thou strong!’ — This is the
    • beings are still at one with the earth which the Gods have
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • carrying on his work he was not merely alone with the earth
    • fact that man, as he lived on the earth, was also united with
    • bear their own personalities into the sanctuary but also
    • nearness to the Spirit which was achieved to an
    • — if this nearness is gradually transformed into a
    • specially near to us because on the one hand it is the
    • it typifies the independent Self, he is learning to live in
    • sketch of something that will appear in a complicated form in
    • that is bearing you to the East. The very essence and meaning
    • of these relief variations is that they do not merely appear
    • vehicle that bears us onwards. In a spiritual sense we shall
    • ). But now think — this form ( &#8734 ) disappears
    • into the fourth dimension— then appears again and
    • again disappears into the fourth dimension. This
    • penetrate into the depths of nature they appear before the
    • soul in all their wonder. The circle appears to be an utterly
    • bear within us a lower self and a higher self. Both again are
    • he learns to control the forces which make him able to stand
    • alt="Learning to Stand Upright"
    • process. Underneath we have the Earth. Man is at first a
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • approximately seven years each, and — as I tried last
    • seven years, we may say that after each period a certain
    • his fiftieth year, he possesses seven pairs of these
    • of seven years has run its course; the second pair of pillars
    • second period of seven years; and so it goes on, only it must
    • diagram represents, here the Sun, here the Earth and here the
    • home on all the heavenly bodies, as you have often heard; not
    • diagrammatically as it actually appears to the occult seer
    • the Earth, penetrating the Earth and vitalising the Earth
    • and Earth.
    • and Earth more irregularly and again trace the connections
    • blood flows from the left ventricle of the heart through the
    • only think of the heart in man as the microcosm of the Sun,
    • the lungs as the microcosm of the Earth (of this particular
    • this that inspires our souls and makes our hearts glow when
    • through his heart and soul is that if he were as conscious in
    • holds to be the “primitive art” of earlier
    • certain forms of early art which often seem to us merely
    • instance, why the polar bear is white and not black or brown.
    • beauty. This however implies that we must learn to grow into
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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • the year 2000. According to Grimm's idea, therefore, a long
    • better understanding if we start from something near at hand,
    • meeting rooms and we are already tired of hearing about the
    • but, nevertheless, we must be clear in our own minds on many
    • they were living in men's hearts and souls and in the very
    • humblest circles. The learned men of the spheres of culture
    • year 2000 before the world will again reveal such
    • altogether lost the power — or indeed the heart —
    • during earthly evolution, he has risen out of this flowing
    • standing near a horse, the horse sees him in exactly the same
    • why it is that the polar bear is white; the white colour is
    • bear ‘whitens’ itself, this, at a different
    • upon the polar bear in such a way that an impulse is released
    • areas of his body. During the earth period, this living
    • human skin as it appears in the temperate zones is
    • during the earth period. Man must find the ways and means to
    • with yearning.
    • draw a little nearer to this inner living weaving of colours
    • rest, we should tear away from rest and repose. The moment we
    • This on the one hand man must bear as a forming, shaping
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