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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • interior will have renounced every trace of egoism that may be
    • body and Ego — or Manas and Kama-Manas ... this is really
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • This union came about because it was in Greece that the Ego
    • The Ego, when it is within the body, must grow strong if it
    • his Ego in the fourth Post-Atlantean period, expressed in the
    • into itself — the Ego bent round, in this case bearing
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • given into their charge, when the Ego is still slumbering in
    • grows more individual, a strong sense of Ego, of
    • the old myths symbolically and allegorically, and imagine for
    • intellectual agility and giving symbolic or allegorical
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • idea of the Ego, of Selfhood.
    • Nevertheless, Selfhood, Ego-hood, can be felt in form, and
    • Ego-hood, Selfhood, in the perfect circle. If you realise
    • senses the feeling of Ego-hood, Selfhood, arising in his
    • expresses the fact that the Self, the Ego has entered into
    • all impressions is that of the Self, the Ego, as expressed in
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • different kinds of wood?’ There is no allegorical or
    • his astral body as he is in his ego he would have a deep
    • coloured creatures in the sand have of course no ego, but
    • does this below the threshold of his ego, but in a higher
    • ego consciousness stretches out beyond the sea of colour and
    • light and the very fact that he can do this gives him his ego
    • in effect, the human being with his ego rises above the sea
    • surrounded by green had no ego whereby he reaches beyond the
    • or feeling in man, because he reaches out with his ego beyond
    • age, his ego came to birth in the intellectual or mind-soul.
    • We are now living in an age when the ego rises into the
    • of the ego, of the ego consciousness, art proceeded from
    • not reached the stage of the full birth of the ego and
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • some extent in the fact that the soul can unfold a higher ego
    • within. This, however, is really nothing but egotism. From
    • difficult for man because, since he has to develop his ego
    • from the ego. With his ego, man rises out of the sea of
    • them with the ego) and into the astral body flow the forces
    • been able to develop his ego if he had remained wholly
    • the world in his ego. So far as his form was concerned he had
    • essentially the expression of the ego, of absolute neutrality
    • the periods of Saturn, Sun and Moon; the ego has to develop
    • all that the ego has won for itself. And as he spiritualises
    • he arose in order that his ego might develop — just as
    • have already said, man has risen above it with his ego. If he
    • allegory, all that lives in our idea of the world — not
    • allegorising and symbolising that goes on, in the perpetual
    • world. So long as we have not ceased asking about allegorical
    • sagas allegorically and symbolically instead of feeling the

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