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  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • changing all the time, moving onward from state to state; consequently
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • element, into the great idea of the organization of States. The
    • States suitable for the different peoples.
    • the third to build the foundations for the State, to galvanize
    • as in Troy or Alba Longa, or in the theocratic State, Palestine. But
    • not in any way qualified for the task of organizing States. This
    • working together with Alba Longa, the priestly State, had brought Rome
    • The Theocratic State.
    • existing forms, taking the form of the law from the theocratic State,
    • State which had already founded a world empire. The priest who
    • state that he was sent by the Pope to counteract their influence. It
    • Shamo, state, Sibylline, theocratic, Trojan, truth, Turanian, Tyrian,
    • state,
  • Title: Lecture: Morality and Karma
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    • statement may seem perfectly correct; nevertheless it contains envy
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • As stated, we do
    • conception is the other aspect, concerning which he states that,
    • can check the statements of the spiritual investigator. Just as it
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • accepted, for instance, such a statement as “All that is
    • scientific statement that worms, insects and fish do not
    • because he knows that the human state of mind regarding
    • Schools of Ancient Wisdom the significant statement was made,
    • objection to the statement that all higher functions in the
    • from the living,” the corresponding statement,
    • and add at once the end of Topinard's statements. “During
    • statements, in a sketchy summary of exact scientific religion,
    • the following (twenty-second statement) "... Just as ... in
    • Natural Scientists, the statement can be found: “Do we
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • Franceseo Redi (who put forward the basic statement: Life can
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • Iliad. Homer wishes only to describe to us that which he states so pregnantly
    • I state as something of the objectivity of which I am conscious, something
    • which I could never state to give pleasure in the way of flattery. We
    • that man has his origin and primitive state in the spiritual; therefore
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • the Christ Jesus Event. Statements of religious creeds concerning this
    • body. The statements of the spiritual investigator come from
    • to biology. It states that a living being recapitulates in its
    • deemed unfit in its ordinary state to penetrate into those spheres
    • When the ancient Persian surpassed his ordinary state of
    • but I can fully understand it if some say my statements appear to them
  • Title: The Social Question and Theosophy
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    • A state councilman is normally
    • [4th edition, Berlin 1905, p.31] { Bracketed statements [ ] are
    • stages of its existence, even in its germinal state,
    • Steiner's private library (Archives of the Rudolf Steiner Estate
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • that time I only noted the tune in a half-dreaming state. But
    • this meditating be far removed from any kind of dream state or
    • hypnotists produce a hypnotic state is the very opposite
    • statements about the science of spirit. With this one
    • statement he proves how far he is from what is meant
    • spiritual world as I have described. Irresponsible statements
    • What is meant is that in certain states of life we train the
    • states, in this condition of soul, the soul has a different
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • wonderful statement of Rabindranath Tagore about the
    • based on land and obedience evolved out of the old estates and
    • North American states when all sorts of people mixed with each
    • but would like all the same to state what I think is the
    • attitude of the state toward property, of tariffs and of
    • struggle with truth, on the other a statement of something by
    • statements he makes about the Americans hit home. He says
    • life as a whole, proceeds in alternating states of waking and
    • state. We sleep and dream beneath the surface of our normal
    • state in the subconscious, the unconscious. Man's real life
    • anew according to the inner copy. This is the true state of
    • statements, but in future our study of history will result in
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture III: The Supersensible Being of Man
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    • permitted to make such a paradoxical statement. Its truth will
    • meditation, when he immerses himself in a state of
    • hallucinations and even more serious states. In our ordinary
    • actually enter into this living state of thinking. Alone, we
    • lose ourselves so that we actually reach the state of
    • disappears too. Then we remain in a state of
    • unconscious state he is nevertheless within the being of his
    • on the one hand is similar to the state of sleep, but which on
    • even say it is the very opposite of the state of sleep. The
    • experience the transition in a conscious state. The power that
    • body in a state without consciousness — I do not have to
    • reason this state is radically different from the state of
    • this state where the will is detached from our normal soul
    • that such a statement could make one despair of the wise
    • statement “The world is only idea.” This had such
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture V: Mystery of the Human Being
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    • this is a significant statement, coming from one so familiar
    • ordinary life we are familiar with two states of
    • consciousness, the state of our normal consciousness
    • day consciousness. We are also familiar with the state of our
    • or that produce morbid or unsound states of any kind, but they
    • consciousness, out of a dreaming state, and makes our
    • and immature state, rather like a hope or promise.
    • or state of something that has been preceded in planetary
    • present-day physical body, but in a spiritual state and with
    • himself a pupil of Haeckel, as an appropriate statement about
    • like this. It all adds up to a clear statement as to what
  • Title: Eternal Soul of Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • Even in ordinary life we know of two states
    • different from one another. We know the state of wakefulness,
    • where we are from morning till night, and we know the state of
    • in the waking state.
    • sleeping state — in general so to speak — so that
    • entirely different state of consciousness. What happens because
    • we see with the eyes, such as we have in the waking state,
    • Thus we know our dream state only from the
    • to something new, to a higher state of consciousness? Can we
    • awakens out of this ordinary everyday life to a higher state
    • the dull, dreamy state of the child's consciousness.”
    • human being has evolved out of the dull, dreamy soul-state of
    • perhaps we are brought to a state only of some self-deception
    • can reach yet another higher state of consciousness.
    • in him a state which I call the deepest silence of the
    • very gradually cease. At the state of zero — having
    • arrived at the zero state over the loud din — we call
    • also in the waking state, they are actually a dream. We
    • Then it all goes down into an unconscious state. Then the idea
    • only dream about even in the waking state, we gradually switch
  • Title: The Story of the Green Serpent and the Beautiful Lily: Lecture I
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    • The well-known statement, which, in its lack of humility, boasts of
    • the Lily. The highest forces of the soul, the highest state of
    • of freedom, — this state of soul, which was communicated to the
    • penetrated them by means of the laws of nature, — this state of
    • Goethe has described that Love as the highest state of Freedom, as
    • he is in an almost unconscious state, and not when living in clear
  • Title: The Story of the Green Serpent and the Beautiful Lily: Lecture II
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    • statement, because not much Anthroposophy can be traced in his
    • that, the soul is thrown out into a state of disturbance. Goethe
    • drawn into the spheres of Phenomena, but in a state of disharmony.
    • into states of trance. This crossing of the bridge is accomplished in
  • Title: Lecture: The Old Sagas of the Gods
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    • fire of passion in a purified state, and thereby win
  • Title: On The Gospel of St. John
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    • ant-colony is far more wisely arranged than many a modern State.
    • Whence is to come the Leader of a modern State — a true Leader?
    • this state of things could not remain, for human beings have quite
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Gospel of St. John and Ancient Mysteries
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    • that has ever borne rule in states, all the order and Morality that
    • and three nights the man lay in another state of consciousness in the
  • Title: Lecture: 'I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life'
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    • such statements of modern psychology. Really foolish things
    • “I.” The “I” brings about our state
  • Title: Lecture: How Can We Gain Knowledge of the Supersensible Worlds?
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    • against the spiritual-scientific statement or truth that when the
    • state of the soul the human being is not able to observe the soul
    • obtain another state of consciousness; his consciousness would be
    • life forces which exist in ordinary life, but in a dormant state.
    • unconscious state during our ordinary life? Because the soul's
    • science. We can understand this, and, as stated, no objection can
    • feeling which lived in us in a dormant state and which must now
    • super-sensible world: on the one hand we should rise to the state

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