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- Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
- spiritual impulses our work must be grounded, only if what we do is
- too, are shrines around the holiest secret of humanity, namely.
- subject. Imagine a human being lying on the ground, in the act of
- upwards from the ground in order that it may come within the sphere
- ground and raising himself upright; then we picture him standing
- before us as a self-contained whole, a self-grounded, independent
- with the Spirits of the surrounding world, with the all-pervading
- revealed to wisdom and to prayer, and the forms which surround the
- can scarcely imagine anything more horrible than to be surrounded in
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
- once saw a little basket standing on the ground somewhere,
- with acanthus plants growing around it, and he said to
- Imagine a kind of stage, and as an amphitheatre around it,
- in a procession round and inside the circle. Something
- then passes round inside the circle; others are sitting in
- journey round the earth, sends its rays thus, running
- was presented in circling procession. The people sat around
- in a circle and the actors passed around in a procession.
- introduced as a painting around the pillar, the Earth-motif
- into itself — the Ego bent round, in this case bearing
- intuition will arise that the decoration around it is the
- had seen a basket surrounded by acanthus leaves and that then
- were, around the etheric body that is rising like the sun. It
- is taken away from them. This roundness here must be
- acanthus leaves around it. The truth is that something
- that what surrounds us in our building is the expression of
- saw a basket strewn around with acanthus leaves and then used
- which has the power to impress itself into what surrounds us
- framework around us —they will also understand the goal
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
- the soul and spirit will hover around us, whispering of the
- We feel that a mystery is there around us, calling out to the
- of men. When men's hearts and souls are surrounded by the
- diagram) we have the wall surrounding the Greek Temple, with
- alt="Wall Surrounding the Greek Temple"
- Temples can be thought of apart from the surrounding land.
- around in the district; if nobody enters the Temple, it
- within its surrounding territory, belongs to the territory.
- around it, outside it. The Temple belongs to the surrounding
- territory, is thought of as the altar of the land around it.
- on the land and in the pursuits of human beings living around
- ‘all-too-human,’ and hallows everything around
- they gather around the God in their labours. Gothic Churches
- the essential thing. And when we pass around inside our
- when one thinks of the background as a pane of glass and that
- of the God, the Church of Christendom the framework around
- ground-plan and rounded form. The building is bipartite but
- are round about us; it is for us to understand the language
- track. They stand on the same ground as those who interpret
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
- rounded surfaces, and perceive variations of this kind, we
- structure around the organ. This line will be found in many
- the West and feel yourselves surrounded by the circular
- the etheric sheath of the head is always around us. Man, the
- been permeated with the hidden Spirit and can have around him
- one with the Spirit poured out around us in the forms —
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
- of hosts of spiritual beings who are flowing around and
- to look around here and say, ‘This is wood, I know that
- surrounded by green had no ego whereby he reaches beyond the
- spiritually around us. A beginning must be made. Something
- that is not achieved by imitation and which is all around us
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
- surrounded the soul of man. When Raphael painted his Madonnas
- flows around him, in which he is immersed. We might even put
- blue discs are revolving round each other, the one towards
- sphere may indeed seem to move around a blue, but he does not
- to the form but to the forces and weaving being round about
- indeed active in the structure of the human brain. Around man
- of the wholly groundless idea that spiritual knowledge might
- can also be studied in its mental aspect in surroundings of a
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