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  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • characteristic is that instruction was given in telling the truth
    • sublime imagery could be used to express the truths which apply here.
    • Shamo, state, Sibylline, theocratic, Trojan, truth, Turanian, Tyrian,
    • truth,
  • Title: Lecture: Morality and Karma
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    • truth implied by the spiritual-scientific doctrines, in the real
    • take in spiritual-scientific truths we are still a long way from
    • tread an easier path, which is to accept spiritual truths on the
    • spiritual-scientific truths is a very difficult path; the other path,
    • Those who strive after spiritual truths will more easily gain a
    • conviction of these truths by observing facts supported by life
    • expressed a deep truth when he said: “Folks do not notice the
    • prove the truth of theosophical teachings. Let us observe a certain
    • truth, it should become manifest that by adopting the right attitude
    • valuable truths. Those who are led together with him by Karma must
    • be recompensed by truth; these are two extremes which bring about a
    • results can be achieved if he brings him positive truths and has real
    • truth; namely, that we are in the position to be of very little help
    • observing life itself. This will enable us to recognize the truth of
    • its laws. Theosophy is not only a theoretical truth, but a search for
    • proofs which establish this truth in life itself.
  • Title: Lecture: The Significance of the Mass
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    • means The Way. Moses means The Truth (ethical or moral
    • truth). Jesus is The Life. Jesus says to His disciples:
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • reached the point of perceiving truth and reality and that which
    • is organized in such a way that he is predisposed to truth, and
    • not to untruth. Not everyone is able to investigate the
    • painted artistically, so can anyone take up the truth of
    • in the full meaning of the word, he is predisposed to truth, not
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • sin of acknowledging a truth two centuries before science had
    • Natural Science as a means of proving its truth. What
    • existence. To-day, most people who trouble at all about truth
    • truths come to man without his seeking; the literary supplements
    • Anthroposophical truths are not in opposition to the truths of
    • sphere of Science Anthroposophical truths are to be found again
    • who accept certain ideas of Darwinism as incontestable truths,
    • a most important truth. Galileo is said to have found the
    • the simple truth that every human being has a biography, but an
    • contemporaries object to serious thinking. In truth, those who
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • learn to know, in addition to the characteristics of truth,
    • ourselves from the hindrances which meet the seeker for truth
    • the cloak of truth, in a form difficult to discern, not only
    • investigator can only push forward to truth, when he really
    • discover, in all these declarations, truths of the cosmos and
    • Truth stands behind it, the same in both, but having passed
    • processes it is difficult to say where error ceases and truth
    • attain an approach to the truth, and exclude the sources of
    • is truth, what is error, but to find the path beyond error
    • into the sphere of truth, which one seeks to approach as a
    • standpoint, held fanatically, contains the Truth. One might
    • conceive then that the truth lies between two opposite
    • instead of on one! Goethe says: “Truth does not lie
    • of uncertainty regarding truth, but also to an investigation
    • furnish opportunity to approach the truth, which would then
    • There exists no other way of excluding untruth than that of
    • then say: here is truth, there is error — but, the
    • investigation of truth. Otherwise, listeners, lazy or lacking
    • faithful often hold the purest charlatanerai for pure truth,
    • error in the discovery and spreading of spiritual truths
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  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • stand quite firmly on the ground of facts, of truth, of the attainable,
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • In ancient times, all the truths constituting man's knowledge were
    • This truth lies at the foundation of St. Paul's significant words,
    • Goethe had something else in mind when he expressed the truth that
    • Christ; it must do so. All the truths it advances must lead from a
  • Title: The Social Question and Theosophy
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    • pivots around the truths that are suitable for the human being,
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • thirsting for truth.
    • misunderstandings, the slanders that oppose the truth,
    • the truth will find its own way through the narrowest cracks in
    • from the rocks may be. The truth we have been talking about
    • intuition — this is the kind of truth that must be seen
    • that rests upon it. For the truth winds its way against
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • and you will see the truth of what I say.
    • struggle with truth, on the other a statement of something by
    • important truth once more, without which there can be no
    • individual soul, to struggle for the truth. It is therefore
  • 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
    • truths about the spiritual world, I will also have to
    • degree of truth it contains. This is no different from being
    • able to value the truths and products of chemistry for
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture V: Mystery of the Human Being
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    • These truths that our ego sleeps and that we dream in our minds
    • and imagination, even when we are awake — these truths,
    • great and shattering truths which stand at the start of every
    • body, a soul body, it is nevertheless a truth — but a
    • truth that can really be investigated only in this way I have
  • Title: Eternal Soul of Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • ruler over truth and falseness, error and
    • actually leads, in truth, to a second awakening. For in the
    • truths as there is between the right aesthetic taste and a
  • Title: The Story of the Green Serpent and the Beautiful Lily: Lecture I
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    • particular truth or achievement in a special branch of human
    • the ages, have striven to press through to the source of truth.
    • one and the same. That is a truth, Theosophy teaches us to be modest
    • to clothe the highest truths in words and to give them forth in open
    • truths were not then spoken of openly. Those who gave a hint of them
    • truths, who believed that a particular sort of mood, a sort of
    • truths; they could not be grasped merely by the intellect. A certain
    • be too arid, too dry and cold to express the highest truths. Besides
    • learn these truths should first make themselves worthy of them. This
    • 3rd century A.D. — the truth about the human soul
    • truths, but which the students had to recognise as living truths and
    • man before the Holy of Holies; he had to understand that truth is
    • the Mysteries, he was to acquire the holy shyness before the Truth,
    • life, he learns not only to penetrate the truth with his thought but
    • Divine Truth, as Theosophy. Goethe has expressed this conviction in
    • was then considered worthy to have the highest truths communicated to
  • Title: The Story of the Green Serpent and the Beautiful Lily: Lecture II
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    • out esoteric truths to all the world. Only in small circles, such for
    • instance as that of the Rosicrucians, could the higher truths be
    • die of it; he cannot take in the truth and transmute it as does the
  • Title: Lecture: Evolution of Human Freedom and Personal Consciousness
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    • truth at the re-union of the Moon. These materialistic
    • of the Divine must be developed further. Truth cannot be
  • Title: Lecture III: WORLD-PENTECOST: The Message of Anthroposophy
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    • The essential truth of the Mystery of Golgotha is that it is not a
    • in very truth descended to the earth. From this moment he knew that
    • the disciples of Christ Jesus spoke the truth; for the sublime
    • earnestness and their deep truth understood. If words such as these
  • Title: On The Gospel of St. John
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    • very truth, spiritual worlds are all around us. The astral world is
    • himself. The occultist knows the truth of the words: “I am with
    • that, in time, the truth will come to light. If we do not want this
    • again revealed to us the harmony of the primeval truths, have taught
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Gospel of St. John and Ancient Mysteries
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    • clothe their truths in sentences so full of power and impulse that no
    • must never lag behind but always press on to find the Higher Truths.
    • of the senses. It is immaterial whether a man recognizes the truth in
    • and the other: “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life.” If
    • Teaching of the only Son of the Father, filled with Grace and Truth.
    • way and the truth.” All were teachers. Christianity has brought
    • the Truth and the Life.”
    • all oriental esoteric. The truth is, the Christian esotericism is the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of the Human Temperaments
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    • anyone who appears with a new truth today, for instance, anyone who
    • the way to the truth; and it can also guide us everywhere in life to
    • which life brings; and only step by step can life show the truth of
    • spiritual-scientific knowledge; for this truth exists as a
  • Title: Lecture: 'I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life'
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    • 'I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life'
    • I am the way, the truthJohn 14:6.
    • “I am the Way, the Truth,
    • everything would be known, but the truth is that the
    • The truths of
    • truth through knowledge. Thus we can say: through the work of
    • Truth. Through the “I,” man raises
    • knows the Truth of the higher worlds, then this
    • “I” in man can affirm: I am the Way, the Truth
    • Truth and then, in full consciousness, you will also find in
    • following incarnations. This is the Truth that must become
    • human being is capable of grasping spiritual truths through
    • his thoughts. This ability to grasp spiritual truths
    • truth. The only way of overcoming this dismay is to unfold
    • another truth must be written deeply in our hearts. Christ
    • mankind. It is a sacred truth and must so be regarded by us,
    • the truth as a man understands of a balance who says that it
    • the truth will more and more be borne in upon him that since
    • not yet able to receive the full truth of the Gospel.
    • Christ will in very truth speak to men — and blessed
  • 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
    • thought as a mere representation. The value of truth is
    • they wish to acquire super-sensible truths which are really
    • physical facts, truths pertaining to the physical world, but this
    • begin with truth takes on a paradoxical form, for this has always
    • way. He sets forth truths pertaining to the super-sensible worlds.
    • truths. They can see that the teaching of repeated lives on earth
    • supporting this truth, proofs which must be advanced in a
    • has no idea where the proofs for super-sensible truths should be
    • truth. Although six millions of people adhere to it, although it
    • accessible to the ordinary intellect. To such truths one cannot
    • thus grasp spiritual-scientific truths, we develop within the
    • To luminous truth.



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