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  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • race during inconceivably long periods of time, only to fall back headlong
    • the head and brain, to force their way up into the development of the head
    • statements presented by Spiritual Science come under the head of Praeambula
    • knowledge coming under the head of Praeambula Fidei; it does not go outside
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • race during inconceivably long periods of time, only to fall back headlong
    • the head and brain, to force their way up into the development of the head
    • statements presented by Spiritual Science come under the head of Praeambula
    • knowledge coming under the head of Praeambula Fidei; it does not go outside
  • Title: Aufsatz: Philosophie und Anthroposophie
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  • Title: Article: Supersensible Knowledge
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    • fountain-head of supersensible Realities, the latter must now be
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course I: Lecture I: The Eternal and the Transient in the Human Being
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    • his ancestors? Who may explain his head form, his figure? Who may get
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course II: Lecture I: The Epistemological Basis of Theosophy I
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    • mysticism could root only in the heads of eccentric people. This is
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course II: Lecture III: The Epistemological Basis of Theosophy III
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    • waited for a long time, until it could light up in the head of a human being
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV: Lecture I: Theosophy and Spiritism
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    • the knowledge that the development does not advance straight ahead, but it ascends
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV: Lecture II: Theosophy and Somnambulism
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    • divine influence and conveys the volition of the godhead itself. Not only those
    • awakes with headache. Headache has expressed itself symbolically in this cellar.
    • organs using certain methods which theosophy gives are already ahead of the
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course III: Lecture I: Theosophical Teachings of the Soul. Part I: Body and Soul
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    • a big fieldstone falls on his head and smashes him. The old psychology did not
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course III: Lecture II: Theosophical Teachings of the Soul. Part II: Soul and Human Destiny
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    • Julius Robert Mayer, however, says: if superficial heads which regard themselves
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V: Lecture II: What Do Our Scholars Know about Theosophy?
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    • is of the same kind and being as the whole godhead, as well as the handful of
    • lagging behind says to you what theosophy has said before. We have a time ahead
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV: Lecture III: The History of Spiritism
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    • the first half of his life he was a naturalist who stood at the head of the
    • but he also was far ahead of his time in this regard. Then he completely turned
    • in more inspired heads — in the second half of the 19th century.
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course IV: Lecture IV: The History of Hypnotism and Somnambulism
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    • from India indicated the explanation in the heading. However, the scholars did
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V: Lecture III: Is Theosophy Unscientific?
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    • the head of our movement. It would be a misunderstanding if one wanted to assess
    • the single human heart. He headed one of his scientific works with the following
  • Title: Lecture: Theosophy and Tolstoy
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    • Godhead has imbued into his soul, stream forth from his soul, then he
  • Title: Lecture: The Inner Development of Man
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    • mortal. Check the thought that passed through your head a moment ago
  • Title: Esoteric Development: Lecture VII: The Great Initiates
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    • — how at a certain place in the interior of the head
    • head) there exists a smaller aura of a bluish color. This smaller
    • middle of the head above the root of the nose, between the eyes. Near
    • These words are messengers of the Godhead.
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture II: Our International Situation. War, Peace and Spiritual Science
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    • national well-being, work and capital are headed off in great
  • Title: Lecture Series: The Situation of the World
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    • head of public life. Many representatives of Governments
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture III: Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Soul and Spirit of the Human Being
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    • your head inside. You think, and the thoughts that live in you
    • the heart — then we penetrate from the head and its
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VI: The Basic Concepts of Theosophy. Human Races
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    • receding forehead and with a defective formation of the
  • Title: Lecture: Brotherhood and the Fight for Survival
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    • spearhead of its movement, as the most important of its ideals. With
    • reality, which brings us ahead in putting into effect the mutual help
    • one throws a stone at their head, but that it is much worse to send
    • if it is torn out of one's head so little is a human soul a human
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VIII: Fraternity and the Struggle for Existence
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    • one injures a person if one throws a stone at his head.
    • if it is torn out of the head, as little a human soul is still
  • Title: Signs/Symbols: The Christmas Festival as a Symbol of the Sun Victory
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    • living expression for a spiritual experience of the Godhead that
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XI: The Christian Teachings of Wisdom
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    • far without such brothers who were way ahead of their fellow
    • the godhead with the Chaldean initiates. This had to change in
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XIII: Lucifer
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    • himself is the basis of the human world that he is the godhead,
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XIV: The Children of Lucifer
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    • in the head, in the spirit of a human being.
    • death of the godhead and the grave of the godhead in the
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XV: Germanic and Indian Secret Doctrines
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    • that they are able to rush ahead of their fellow men, so to
    • developing upwards. As well as the human being rushes ahead of
    • the animal, such persons rush ahead of the remaining humanity.
    • strangles them or cuts off their heads with her sickle. The
    • That the human being rushes ahead of his fellow men, that he
    • being who rushed ahead of humanity and who had already gone
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XVIII: Parzival and Lohengrin
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    • individualities in humanity already today who have run ahead of
    • dove came down and sat down on the head, and a voice spoke from
  • Title: Lecture: Easter
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    • we have a spring festival dedicated to Vishnu. The Godhead of
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • the first railway was to be built from Berlin to Potsdam, the head of
    • That never entered anyone's head. The women's question came into
    • entered anyone's head to derive a religious world-view from what was
    • Old Testament, this name signified the annunciation of the Godhead in
    • name of the Godhead in the human soul: Jahve. This is the fourth body
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture V: The Question of Women's Rights
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    • announcement of the godhead in the human soul. Therefore,
    • priest announced this name of the godhead in the soul:
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture IV: Spiritual Science and the Social Question
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    • those machines etcetera emerged from the heads of our
    • of the world that it has arisen from the heads of some dreamers
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • happening everywhere. One must be an ostrich with one's head
  • Title: Lecture: Occult Significance of Blood
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    • “If a head and a book come into collision and the resulting
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • is apt. He said: If a head and a book collide and the result is
  • Title: Illness and Death
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    • as it were, to a head and produce in the teeth the hardest part of
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • tiredness, argumentativeness, headaches, problems with
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • not the blossom, that corresponds to his head. This was said
    • Lift their heads unfettered towards sunlit spaces. The animal
    • before his mind of the plant with its head downward and the
    • the head was formed from the surrounding world. Thus, one
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XII: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • When heads ponder Thy sense emerges.
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XIII: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • stages of spiritual development: One person has forged ahead,
    • initiates. An initiate attained ahead of time something that
    • from lower stages. Only when the Godhead had endowed him with
    • What descended from the bosom of the Godhead sank into the
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture I: The Mission of Occult Science in Our Time
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    • world. No thinking head believes that in his heart the real
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture II: Natural Science Facing a Crucial Decision
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    • head that outdoors only small particles exist that knock and
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture IV: Initiation
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    • at the head of our considerations today. He points
    • wrongly if you wanted to compare the head to the blossom and
    • view. He compares the root to the head of the human being and
    • being as the reverse plant. — The root is the head that the
    • being sticks his head that he holds in the opposite direction
    • earth, the head toward the space. In between, one says to the
    • human being reversely to it so that he looks with the head at
  • Title: Illusory Illness: Lecture I: Illusory Illness
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    • then place the human being beside it and compare them. The head
    • this.) The root corresponds to the head of the human being; he
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture VI: The So-Called Dangers of Initiation
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    • at all something for sophisticated heads and deeper minds that
    • such heads can be once brought to theosophy, on this or that
    • then, however, they forge ahead, and the human being come with
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture VIII: The Soul of the Animal in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • objections. They brought the ants in the headwind direction and
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Woman in Light of Spiritual Science
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    • wonderful to us. There is the large face, the wide forehead, the
    • become form. But then we look up at the head of Zeus. Soul and spirit
    • are present in this rather narrow forehead too, but one has the
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture XIII: Outset and End of the Earth
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    • were maybe as big as a child head, they were provided with huge
    • that what our head will be is that what he is today. The
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture XIV: The Hell
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    • care about what we have put at the head of our consideration
    • line, in that what is the ground for the mathematical head, he
  • Title: Knowledge of Soul and Spirit: Lecture XV: The Heaven
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    • anybody wanted to state that one goes with the head down and
  • Title: Goethe's Secret Revelation: Lecture I
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    • itself in Beauty. The Golden King sets the Crown on his head,
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture II: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Exoteric
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    • with the heading:
    • beauty. The golden king places the crown on his head with the
  • Title: Goethe's Secret Revelation: Lecture II
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    • bring the Ferryman his pay: three heads of cabbage, three onions and
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VI: Superstition from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • When I was a pupil, a headmaster
    • atomic superstition is. The headmaster calculated all phenomena
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VIII: Issues of Health in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • human being. All that does not hit the nail on the head. If we
    • headword “force,” so that one says, for example, at
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IX: Tolstoy and Carnegie
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    • almost getting around to diving head first into the life of
    • luxury of a man of his circles, diving head first into all
    • everybody hangs his head. If he has plunged into life, he comes
    • time. An inventive head shows him the model of the first
    • society of the world. However, his ingenious head caused that
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture X: The Practical Development of Thinking
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    • excitedly with red head to me. He said, he must immediately go
    • thinking did not proceed in the head, but in the things inside.
    • the head. It is much easier to let your thoughts surge up and
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XI: The Invisible Human Members and Practical Life
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    • has joined it; one has thought ahead what we then reflect. Is
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Temperaments
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    • The melancholic is distinguished by a hanging head, as if he lacked
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XII: The Secret of the Human Temperaments
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    • Have a look at the melancholic with his head hanging down; he
  • Title: Goethe's Secret Revelation: Lecture III
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    • conclusion of nature. ‘For since man is the head of nature so
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • of 1808, he sends ahead the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XV: Nietzsche in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • completely mad; he recognised nobody. His forehead was moulded
    • the forehead of a maniac. A riddle faced me. Human beings of
  • Title: Lecture: Isis and Madonna
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    • heads portraying the human soul? Have we not in the Virgin's figure in
    • the head of Isis and she gives birth to Horus who becomes the ruler of
    • on her head the two familiar cow horns and the wings of the hawk, offering
    • Behind there is yet a third figure, bearing a lion's head and
    • head of Isis — this is profound symbolism. Those who understand
    • male element, so that the head is fructified; and it is not material
    • masses of cloud form themselves into the heads of angels, and out of
    • can be represented symbolically only by the lion's head, we descend to
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVI: Isis and Madonna
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    • spiritual figures are born like heads of angels, which
    • head of Isis. She bears Horus after it; he becomes the ruler in
    • way from his head is able to assert such a thing. In reality,
    • carries the lion head showing the third stage of the human
    • in the middle of the head of Isis. Those who understood
    • so that her head fertilises itself, and not sensuous substance
    • universe when the uncertain cloudscapes form to angel heads and
    • lion's head, we descend to the human Isis who transfers her
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVII: Old European Clairvoyance
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    • human being once had such a head form that the ears were
  • Title: Lecture: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • before us in life, with his head, hands, feet and other members. And
    • to be the representative of the Godhead in the sanctuaries of
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVIII: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • as he faces us in life, with head, hands, and feet and so on.
    • thirteenth was the deputy of the godhead in the mystery sites.
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 5: Human Character
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    • dominating motif in the scene portrayed. The father's head is aligned at such
    • body. Thus we see the head, the lower body and the limbs each taking its own
    • enthusiasm for it, we can see this expressed in his sloping forehead and
    • this is a projecting forehead, as though the working of the Ego in the
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 1: The Mission of Spiritual Science
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    • essence is an image of the Godhead.
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 3: The Mission of Truth
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    • to counsel him on his headlong career.
    • Made for her head a net of shining gold,
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 4: The Mission of Reverence
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    • knees, fold our hands, and incline our heads towards the object of our
    • through his hands in acts of blessing; and by moving his head he can observe
    • The head may
    • it presents nothing but its own emptiness. If, however, the head has been
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 6: Asceticism and Illness
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 7: Human Egoism
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    • the outer world, he is heading for his own extinction. That is the check
    • societies may have “universal human love” at the head of their
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ
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    • another. Are the hands, and the legs, and the head that which goes
    • head a man? No! Is the heart anything by itself? No! Because if we
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 8: Buddha and Christ
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    • to another. Is it the hands and head and legs that pass from one earth-life
  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 1: Spiritual Science and Language
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    • manifest in language; and next time, under the heading “Laughing and
  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 2: Laughing and Weeping
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    • often depict public men with huge heads and tiny bodies, which is a way of
    • a huge head with a tiny body. Any attempt to apply our reason to it would be
  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
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    • essentially the same as if a brick drops on our head. This is the situation
  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 6: Positive and Negative Man
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    • who carry in their heads the same basic ideas but have not acquired them by
  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 7: Error and Mental Disorder
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  • Title: Metamorphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 8: Human Conscience
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    • something like a drop flowing from the Godhead. And man can know: When
  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture I: The Nature of Spiritual Science and Its Significance for the Present
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    • his time very well. Yes, he was so far ahead of his time that
    • heads a longing prevailed to exceed what is in the immediately
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Animal Soul
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    • thinking begins to cause headaches; and from there the discomfort
    • to my head.” In such a case the etheric body is meeting with
  • Title: Lecture: Zarathustra
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    • and working in him. The human head was to them the visible expression
    • Even the Greek writers stated that the highest Godhead had perforce
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • human head was regarded by Zarathustra’s followers as a
    • pairs of nerves which are in the human head! But the time will
    • such manner can no nation make headway. The call is not alone to
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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  • Title: Lecture: Hermes
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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  • Title: Answers to Big Questions: Lecture XV: What Has Astronomy to Say about the Origin of the World?
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    • I knew a headmaster who was an excellent man, also as a
    • headmaster. However, he occupied himself during his remaining
    • valid since Newton's time. Thus,, that headmaster —
    • against which one cannot argue. Our material universe heads the
    • theory of heat that the material processes of the universe head
    • the heat chaos, which our material world heads. Thus, all
    • cannot deny that our solar system heads the general heat death.
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • thy head to-day?’ (II Kings, ii, 3). And his answer to
  • Title: Lecture: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • Abraham and recognise the Godhead passing on through the
    • even when the Godhead speaks of Himself, as “Ejeh asher ejeh”
    • generations has he grasped the Godhead Who works into the being of
  • Title: Lecture: Prophecy -- Its Nature and Meaning
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  • Title: Human History: Lecture IV: From Paracelsus to Goethe
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    • vagrants, headsmen, and barbers. My teaching was tested sharper
    • spreads out in the sensory world. Paracelsus headed for the
    • spirit in nature, Goethe headed for the spirit.
  • Title: Human History: Lecture VIII: The Origin of the Human Being
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    • in such a way that one may notice a low sloping forehead, a
    • sent ahead as it were to the earthly existence and which we
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of the Animal World in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • head of an investigator of nature, which Preyer expresses as follows:
    • become bees. Indeed, this man at the head of the erudition of his
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XI: Human History, Present, and Future in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • events partly long ahead and behave according to them
    • Medusa's head with poisonous snakes in place of hair. Then it
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XII: Copernicus and His Time in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the spheres in the comparison with the godhead. Similar
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XIV: The Self-Education of the Human Being
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    • has taken into his head or has accepted, and that he neglects
    • everywhere but who hit the nail right on the head in certain
  • Title: Lecture: The Nature of Eternity
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    • lie ahead still for mankind, besides those derived from
    • no occasion to complain of looking ahead into empty time. All
  • Title: Human History: Lecture XVI: Darwin and the Supersensible Research
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    • persons. There appeared everywhere that in the back of the head
  • Title: Lecture Series: Jacob Boehme
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    • independence, such as hand, and foot, and head. A person
    • “counterpart of the Godhead.”
    • the counterpart of the Godhead, which the Godhead set out of
    • Godhead. But I say to you, you unreasoning human being,
    • that you yourself belong to the counterpart of the Godhead; for
    • be raised from the dead if an alien Godhead stood confronting
    • into existence as counterpart of the Godhead, there appeared in
    • Boehme, to be the counterpart of the Godhead, the possibility
    • once to think of ourselves if, for instance, we knock our head
  • Title: Lecture Series: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • technical life of the outer world, and the goal ahead of the human soul
  • Title: Poetry/Fairy Tales: The Poetry of Fairy Tales
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    • meet it head on, is a small thing compared to the unconscious battle
    • arrived, the man told him, “I simply chopped off their heads
    • lay down together to sleep and in the dark the man put over his head
    • they attacked him with great blows on the head and broke the pig's
  • Title: Lecture: Leonardo da Vinci
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    • time a coat of arms was placed right over the head of Christ. In
    • lower corner is the drawing of another head so as to catch the whole
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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    • will seize many heads, which almost says
    • saying: “I lift my head boldly up to the menacing rocky
  • Title: Lecture: Michelangelo
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    • him with Goliath's head beneath his feet. Michelangelo chooses
    • his head twisted backwards and his eyes distorted upwards to such an
    • study drawings only if he held the paper above his head. In addition,
    • likeness between this head and the Apollo Belvedere. We should
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VII: The Moral Basis of Human Life
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    • head, and if you submerge again, it is, as if you resume using
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IX: Between Death and Rebirth of the Human Being
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    • run ahead of you; you can find them only on the detour of a new
    • his thoughts which have run ahead if one calls back them again
    • that you can grasp the experiences of life that have run ahead
    • is necessary because of the thoughts which have run ahead
    • which have run ahead. This will cause that such a human being
    • reached the place where his thoughts have run ahead is the
    • beings have run ahead, grows together most intimately with the
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture X: Homunculus
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    • even arise in a head: what originates really if one invents the
    • must submerge head first into the natural forces, must be taken
    • in the reality of the poet, as he is invented in the heads of
    • Nevertheless, he is an inventive head and wants to think the
    • In wild hordes to delouse his head.
  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit of Fichte Present in Our Midst
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    • unusually sympathetic headmaster, by name Geisler, who persuaded young
    • personality who, while in one aspect he struck them as a hot-head,
    • their headquarters at Erlangen and the whole of South Germany.”
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture II: Destiny and Soul
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    • fateful experiences that often head your whole existence off,
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture III: Immortality, the Forces of Destiny, and the Course of Life
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    • certain life riddles and world riddles that head to spiritual
  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture IV: Human Soul and Human Body Considered Scientifically and Spiritual-Scientifically
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    • almost built like a quite independent being in our head; only
    • life, in particular that of the head, is a faithful
    • the head before birth or conception from the spiritual subsoil
    • that is a creation of the human soul life. The head it becomes,
    • times heavier in this time the head already faces us as
    • experience works on the head from the spiritual world long time
    • is perfect picture in the nerve, in the head organism. The soul
    • body, he stamps words in his nice poem which he headlined On
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    • outdoors and I think about the objects within my head. No,
    • recognising that the human being, while he carries a head and
    • like to stress only that in the very first childhood the head
    • is bodily mostly developed. The head increases in seize four
    • speeds of the growth of the head and of the rest of the
    • organism are. This is because head and the rest of organism are
    • peculiar kind. The head appears straight away in a certain
    • this comes. The head points back to a long preceding spiritual
    • in the head at first; hence, the perfection of the head points
    • head shows that it is a metamorphosed rest of the organism; the
    • head. As well as the green leaf is not yet a petal, the
    • the forces in a later life, which form the head, as well as the
    • present head has developed from the organism of a former life
    • human being as this duality: the human being of the head and
    • the human being of the rest of organism. The head is as it were
    • between the etheric body of the head and that of the rest of
    • the organism. Just as the head and the rest of the organism
    • etheric body of the head and of the rest of the organism.
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  • Title: Eternal Human Soul: Lecture V: Nature and Her Riddles in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • them. No matter which form one cut out: upwards head and
    • that the feet were on top. There grew out a new head and
    • and the scientific view heads to this rightly: while in the
    • there on one side head and feelers form, on the other side the
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    • main line of the remaining organism. His head rests on the
    • by his head? While we have tried up to now to understand the
    • and animal head is, actually, only a higher organised,
    • Because the head organism stunts certain other organs, forces
    • higher sensory organism of the head on the one side, and thus
    • perception of the head. Every organic system develops the whole
    • organism in a way; the head everything that the abdomen
    • contains, the abdomen everything that the head contains.
    • head. The ability of production changes into the developing of
    • thoughts. In the head, the organ of thinking is developed
    • With the human being, it is different. Because the head lifts
    • the head has the head as its spiritual organism. We are dying
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    • this development abstains, and that in the head a retrograde
    • fact that the head is the most ossified part of the human being
    • head thereby is just the organ of the usual consciousness
    • withdrawn. The nervous activity of the head, generally the
    • whole activity of the head and the senses is based on the fact
    • because the forces of growth are active in the head and in the
    • continue the development in the head, but that the development
    • rumbles, we are aware of our thinking by the fact that the head
    • of the head. As said, if one discovers this, one gets on that
    • head. The extremities are overdeveloped; they exceed the point
    • up to which the head and the rest of the organism go. As the
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    • German Bible the name of the God-head is translated ‘Lord,’
    • narrative a new name is introduced in place of the old name of the God-head.
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    • from a kind of head aura spiritual forces are emitted which
    • tool of the ego. Then, you state, this head aura, which like an
    • astral form surrounds the child head, slips into the inside to
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    • head, not only the thinking, but it seizes the whole
    • the head but also of the whole soul, the religions did not
    • being could be with his head an atheist like David Friedrich
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    • state would have no nervous system, no head system.
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    • from the head to any other form, but must first pass over to the
    • merely localised in the human head, but they are forces which work in
    • understand the relationship of the human head to the remaining human
    • bones of the head? Here it is the case that the metamorphoses through
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • greatest importance that as many heads and hearts can be won
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • his head changed in comparison with the heads of the different
    • head develops in an entirely different position from that of man.
    • spine set vertically to the surface of the earth and his head
    • have a stunted aspect, how everything is at first merely head, we
    • development; they must instead study the human head as such, the
    • head of the human being. This human head alone descends from the
    • the human head with this idea and let us study it carefully.
    • bones are transformed limbs, how everything in the head is an
    • in the human head that upon a higher stage it reveals everything
    • the animal, you can see that its head hangs upon one extremity of
    • the law of gravity. Observe instead the human head; observe how
    • the human being stands within the cosmos. The human head is set
    • head, as it were, against falling a prey only to the force of
    • gravity. The human head is really something which rests upon the
    • head is carried by the remaining body, it really travels along
    • carries the human head through the world. The human head has
    • related to the human head in the same way in which the whole
    • regard to the head, the human being is related to his whole
    • human head is the continuation of the animal chain and why the
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    • the heads of the different animal-species; we must investigate
    • the spine, the head develops in an entirely different position
    • earth and his head developing in accordance with this position
    • first actually head, we already obtain the first elements of
    • must instead study the human head as such, the head of the
    • human beings. This human head alone descends from the whole
    • us approach the human head with this idea and let us study it
    • everything in the head is an enhanced development of the animal
    • form; you will then recognise in the human head that upon a
    • When you observe the animal, you can see that its head hangs
    • the human head, observe how the human being stands within the
    • cosmos. The human head is set upon a spine which has a vertical
    • the rest of man protects the head, as it were, against being
    • subjected to the force of gravity alone. The human head is
    • through the fact that the human head is carried by the
    • head through the world. The human head has its transformed
    • related to the human head in the same way in which the whole
    • regard to the head, the human being is “membered”
    • comprehend how the human head is the continuation of the
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture IV: Nature of Anthroposophy
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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • his being with the cosmos, learnt to know how his head was related to
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • head apart from the rest. But, looking at this formation as a whole,
    • within the head. We understand it only if we conceive it as wrought
    • concern us here.) Whereas we relate man's head to the pole of the
    • when we study the human form with a sculptor's eye. For the head we need
    • head. If we want to understand what finds expression in the formation
    • upon the human forehead. One must be able to see from the nose how it
    • the human form before us, we direct our artistic eye at first to the head.
    • We do this with the urge to give plastic form to the head. We then try
    • to bring out all the details of this head, treating every surface
    • with loving care: the forehead, the arches above the eyes, the ears
    • run down the forehead and over the nose. We proceed, in accordance
    • what pertains to the human head.
    • would like to shape the head as lovingly as possible, but not the
    • sculpturally to what finds expression in the head. A human form
    • cannot possibly think of the cranium when I form the human head; I
    • form the head from without inwards, as the cosmos has moulded it. And
    • I form the corresponding bulges on the head in accordance with the
    • the cosmos, but can do so only with the head — the lower limbs
    • at the head alone, we see that only the upper part, the wonderfully vaulted
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    • one needs for it also his whole human being. The head is
    • be conveyed into thought and for this mere head-thinking will
    • the head, so as to be communicated in words, but is experienced
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Anthroposophy and the Ethical-Religious Conduct of Life
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    • really be a mere head-knowledge, but lays hold upon the human being
    • in a vastly more living and intense way than head-knowledge, I should
    • super-sensible knower should really be — knows that the head
    • employ the head in order to hold firmly to these items of
    • super-sensible knowledge, but to support the force which the head can
    • the head, goes further to produce impressions upon the whole human
    • fountainhead of strength for the whole life. If, at the age of 35
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    • the Godhead. But now there came One before Whom the Angels veiled
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    • horse tramples a serpent on the head with its foot. This is the horse
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    • to the threefold aspect of the Godhead and perceived a divine Trinity
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    • common planet. The Sun-god Baldur is the head of the new
    • Once upon a time, soul, spirit and body were one; now the Godhead
    • is represented in every religion as a temple: the Godhead builds it from
    • ever since he has become an Ego. The creative Godhead still contains
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    • not be compared with the human head. The flower, with its male and
    • head.’ Darwin himself once rightly compared the root of the plant with
    • the head of man. The human being is a plant reversed. He has
    • The animal has turned only half-way. — The plant, whose ‘head
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 1: Whitsuntide. Festival of the Liberation of the Human Spirit
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    • heat were also included under that heading. The consciousness of the
    • Prometheus, one who thinks ahead. There would never be any inventions
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    • other side, are not all of them conscious of this. Only the head of
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    • spirit of Mani, only very few are conscious; only those at the head
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    • accuracy and detail the major perils which were looming ahead.
    • At the head is the so-called Sovereign Sanctuary,
    • things is of any significance There is a man at the head of the
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    • with the sun forces. The head of the plant, [the root] which is
    • turned towards the sun and its head pointing downwards. With man it
    • is exactly the opposite; he carries his head on high, orientated
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    • Three-in-Oneness of the Godhead. The second Sub-Race had no Triune
    • Godhead, still less the first. [But] now, in this three-foldness, the
    • then the messenger of the Godhead and proclaims the inner Word of
    • Godhead of his own free will.
    • aware of their role as the messengers of the Godhead. Therefore the
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    • most ancient times, and then goes back into the head. That is a
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    • are so because they themselves are hurrying ahead of what is actually
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    • the suffering, struggling and needy Godhead, thus displaying God to
    • downward-turned part, the root, is the plant's head, buried in the
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    • human being, developed up above in the head.
    • is in the head. What in man is the head, is the root in the case of
    • consciousness sinks down from the head and creeps into the plant.
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    • head lies the thinking part, above, the part of feeling, to the back
    • of the head that of willing. The esoteric pupil learns to bring these
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    • these arose later. Thus over the head there was still an immense
    • etheric head. The physical head was comparatively small and embedded
    • in an etheric head of immense size.
    • the opening of the physical head towards the etheric head. He had
    • access to all sorts of psychic influences. A head of this kind, which
    • thinks as an etheric head, has power over the etheric, whereas a head
    • Atlantic Ocean, did the frontal etheric head develop the frontal
    • through the open etheric head they worked through the intellect.
    • paternal principles takes place for the first time. This etheric head
    • of lifting the head with the astral body out of such a human being
    • In this earlier period he did not yet possess this etheric head with
    • upright posture, the formation of the head, quite open in front, out
    • the head. At that time, the union took place between these forms on the
    • head formation united with the winged-serpent body with its fiery
    • astral body, connected with the head, united with the upper parts of
    • Horus. The merging of the serpent form with the etheric head, with the
    • newly acquired astral body and head formation, led to the conception
    • etheric head. The members which the human being has developed are the
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    • hastened much further ahead. When now in the second Epoch of the
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    • we find a profound expression of esotericism. The serpent's head
    • this is why the serpent's head must be trodden underfoot. In the
    • the Lernaean Hydra, whose head always grows anew. Mere Manas will
    • arisen. All this was once within a human head; it was contained within
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    • the head what may be called a focal point is formed through which the
    • head, at the place where the brow is in the case of man. With man this
    • place is already enclosed within the head and it is filled with the
    • consciousness lies in front of the head, in the astral: from there it
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    • of the Godhead to pass through him and illuminate objects. The human
    • being was the mediator for the Godhead. The latter wished by means of
    • through the human being the Godhead had no need of light, because the
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    • in size between the etheric head and the physical head. The etheric
    • head is found to be much larger. Especially was this so in the period
    • The frontal part of the human head began to develop in the European
    • in the Atlanteans lay outside the brow, in the etheric head. Today it
    • lies within the physical head, a little higher than the nose.
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    • The two-petalled lotus-flower lies beneath the forehead, at the root
    • be seen in the horns traditionally represented on the head of Moses.
    • Viewed from above downwards, head and sexual organ, man is synthetic
    • survive when the two ‘wings’ on the forehead have developed.
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    • — the unfathomable Godhead.
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    • body extends about two-and-a-half times the length of the head beyond
    • from the head downwards. When a man falls asleep, the physical and etheric
    • Ego can be seen rising up from out of the head.
    • body hanging like a pair of bags or sacks on either side of the head.
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • organs out to the wide spaces of the world, while its head is attracted
    • by the centre of the Earth. Man is the opposite of this: his head is
    • of light-ether; man was still plant-like, his head directed towards
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    • body of an Atlantean extended far beyond and around his head. In the
    • point in the physical head. In the course of Atlantean evolution the
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    • failed to make headway and had then become retrograde — to relinquish
    • of lightning, he was aware that part of the Godhead was displayed before
    • that he was touching the body of the Godhead. He lived in a religious
    • nature as the body of the Godhead. Gradually they came to see before
    • with the Godhead; religere means to re-unite.
    • ways of finding the Godhead. The Indians, who were the first sub-race
    • external nature as he saw it was unreal, and that behind it the Godhead
    • was concealed. The name he gave to this Godhead was Brahman, the hidden
    • Maya. Whereas the Atlantean could still discern the Godhead in every
    • leaf, the Indian said: “The Godhead is no longer apparent in the
    • In every approach to the Godhead there was still a dreamlike element.
    • along the path by which humanity sought to return to the Godhead; it
    • political institutions for centuries ahead. The Greek drew his ideas
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    • perhaps beautiful shapes, as animal heads, plant forms, or even
    • the etheric head protruded way beyond the physical body. Even
    • in Atlantean times, the forehead was a point where the etheric head
    • stood far out beyond the physical head, as is still the case today
    • with the horses and other animals. With horses the etheric head today
    • etheric head has been brought under protection of the physical head
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    • the so-called unio mystica, or mystical union, with the Godhead.
    • spirit man, rested in the bosom of the Godhead.
    • of the Divine Essence given up by the Godhead and poured into the
    • equally as three principles in the Godhead Itself. Actually, the three
    • The second principle in the Godhead, life spirit, insofar as it has flowed
    • the Divine. In a graded series of beings, in infinite diversity, the Godhead
    • was that emanated from the Godhead and flowed into a person to become
    • as principles of the Godhead. Similarly, the four lower principles may be
    • the Godhead and entered an earthly body for the first time. It was taken
    • egotism. As a soul, he is descended from the Godhead, which is
    • around you. All things in their diversity express the Godhead. In calling
    • same time a principle of the Godhead.
    • issued from the fountainhead of wisdom has real meaning for either the
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    • sacrifice a dish on which a bleeding head has to be laid.
    • spectacle of this bleeding head. What was at work there was
    • made to hold within it the bleeding head — this we
    • find again in the story of Herodias who uses for the head
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    • nothing for itself, but allows the Godhead to will in us, this frame
    • the ocean of the Godhead, but it is not God. Just as the drop can
    • from the Godhead, the soul unites spiritually in prayer or meditation
    • this human soul rested in the bosom of the Godhead, was an integral
    • part of the Godhead Himself. Above therefore, in the realm of the
    • were able to receive “drops” of this Godhead. We can illustrate
    • its present stage. Thus parts of the Godhead were united with the
    • is, in so far as it is a force emanating from the Godhead, of a
    • Godhead. Will is the power or force which is least developed to-day.
    • Godhead. You will have no difficulty in understanding this if you do
    • Godhead.
    • Godhead — where the Godhead occupies the central position and yet at
    • consumes is an outpouring, a mirror and a part of the Godhead. The
    • through the fact that he is a special part of the Godhead, that he has his
    • Godhead, Buddhi or Life Spirit “the Kingdom”, and Manas or Spirit
    • ego that what was a unity in the Godhead is now diffused among the
    • separate entities were united in the Godhead, conflict could not exist
    • chamber, with the Godhead itself. In the original teaching of
    • of the Godhead. And the soul in its separateness must pray to be
    • reunited with the immanent and transcendent Godhead. The origin of the
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    • different limbs: the head, arms, hands, and so on. When he
    • He sees the cross and bows his head in seeing.
    • become the Head of the chosen Brotherhood. And thus he leads
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    • for the first time from the bosom of the Godhead into an earthly body.
    • concerning the Lamb originated in that age. Conceptions of the Godhead
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    • a physical body as you have today, with feet, hands and head and the
    • the Messengers of the Godhead, the Angels.
    • The existence of a directing Godhead of Saturn, Sun and Moon has
    • may be translated either Day or Godhead. One can just as well say for
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    • remarkable discovery. Whereas in the man of today the etheric head is
    • practically covered by the physical part of the head and only
    • protrudes slightly beyond it, in the old Atlantean the etheric head
    • projected far out beyond the physical head; in particular it projected
    • powerfully in the region of the forehead. Now we must think of a point
    • centimetre lower, and a second point in the etheric head which would
    • point of the etheric head drew in to the physical brain and by reason
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    • Godhead. Whatever is within us corresponds to something which is
    • members, from head to heart and thence into the hand, into all that we
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    • etheric body protruding rather far from the head as a shape
    • horse's head. But in the case of an average man of to-day we
    • head and its sides. In regard to the substance of the etheric
    • upper part, in the head; but it differs from it greatly in
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    • they used to call this reflection of the Godhead's own image
    • perceive God in everything, if you have dissolved the Godhead
    • Godhead.”
    • sure, but it is not “the Godhead.” By developing
    • regard to the human head, and the directions “above,
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    • people protruding above the physical head and because the
    • head, the brain remains behind in its development, for the
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    • f0r instance, these points in the head do not coincide, and
    • with animals. If you observe the head of a horse you will
    • the etheric head protruded and his physical head had a
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    • man still possessed an organ which now exists in the head, it
    • ocean and it protruded from his head like a lantern. Man
    • the bosom of the Godhead. We must however realise that that
    • in the care of the Godhead, — only man's body lived
    • reposing in the bosom of the Godhead with the drops of water;
    • was to him only the expression of the Godhead. But the
    • the Godhead into which he penetrated and immersed himself.
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    • comparison which hits the nail on the head, whereas all other
    • art; at the head of these schools stood the leaders of
    • eyes. The Godhead had to descend in order to lead humanity up
    • symptom is to feel a certain pain in the head and the inner
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    • the Godhead expressed these ideas in the form of words
    • clear head; nothing can protect us more against mistakes than
    • And weave the Godhead's living garment.
    • the human head, whereas the flower corresponds to man's
    • the plant the root corresponds to the human head. Man is a
  • Title: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism: Lecture XIV: Further Stages of Rosicrucian Training
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    • could not coincide with a point in our head which is just
    • part of the head coincides with the above-mentioned point of
    • the etheric head, then you learn to know what the earth was
    • like at that time, when the etheric head began to enter the
    • physical head. In a similar way you may enter every part of
    • whole godhead; the highest principle is contained within your
    • recognise the Godhead otherwise than by learning to know it
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    • projects above his head like a cap.
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    • who is far ahead of his time, who has already reached the
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    • Man turns his head to the sun, to the light; and
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    • receding physical forehead, while the etheric body stood out like a
    • both joined together behind the forehead, between the eyes, man had
    • head just fits the physical one. This is still not so with the horse,
    • but as the human head changed, other members also transformed
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    • Thus, for example, they did not have heads like the ones you carry on
    • head developed, and it will continue developing. Men also have organs
    • head-like roots towards the earth's center, a man turns his head to
    • the sun. He will ultimately unite his head with the sun and receive
    • overcome. This is represented by the animal with the seven heads and
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    • boundaries of the physical head; towards the end of Atlantis the
    • etheric head gradually drew completely into the physical head until it
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    • of the Godhead, has developed into the present ego-being. For
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    • Godhead streams to earth. Human beings exist in order that
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    • with being born out of the Godhead, but also with continued
    • reflector, and the Fulness of the Godhead,
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    • Fullness of the Godhead or of the Elohim, the Pleroma, that
    • brought to a union with the Godhead — that is to a love
    • of the Godhead as a free gift of the independent ego. This
    • love should bind men in freedom to the Godhead while formerly
    • the Godhead. Then they developed a downward tendency and this
    • the Godhead than at a subsequent period. To the degree that
    • time he was still wholly united with the Godhead. All that
    • conscious of your ancient union with the Godhead, conscious
    • closer union with the Godhead. And this is what all baptism
    • the human spirit could be united with the Godhead. Baptism by
    • Godhead. One should not fanatically ask why Christ changed
    • relationship with the Godhead.
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    • existence in the bosom of the Godhead and had broken away
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    • but with it all its spiritual and soul beings at whose head
    • in the head region — gradually drew wholly within it.
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    • Extending beyond the horse's head, which is lengthened out to
    • a muzzle, he finds an etheric appendage. This etheric head
    • protrudes beyond the physical head of the horse and is
    • the etheric head corresponds almost exactly in form and size
    • huge etheric head; it is, indeed, etherically a very
    • physical and etheric heads coincide and in form and size they
    • period. The ancient Atlanteans' etheric head protruded far
    • beyond his physical head, then by degrees these two grew
    • that the physical and the etheric heads exactly coincided. In
    • with a very definite point in the etheric head. These points
    • coincidence of the etheric and physical heads, the appearance
    • of the human head changed very greatly, for the head of the
    • the head of present human beings. If we wish to understand
    • head was still outside of the physical head, the ancient hazy
    • ether head protruded far beyond his physical head. When the
    • astral body withdrew, a large part of the ether head was
    • period, the ether part of the head was drawn wholly into the
    • physical head, the astral body left the ether body entirely
    • time when he felt himself as a member of the Godhead to a
    • personality even the Godhead Itself which, embodied in the
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    • after that part of the ether head, of which we have spoken,
    • has united with the physical part of the head. Up to the time
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    • head ends towards the back, there are the gills, and these enable the
    • evolution presented somewhat primitively. The head of the fish is thought
    • to evolve somewhat higher, and then the head of a more highly-organized
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    • that such a headache is not produced by influences from outside, but
    • indeed for years, he will finally experience this feeling of headache,
    • as if sharp points or thorns were prickling his head.
    • result of this emancipation of the etheric head. This passing feeling of
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    • outside the physical body. The head of the etheric body was not yet
    • extending etheric head withdrawing into the physical head. If we see
    • a horse today, then the etheric head of the horse extends beyond the
    • physical head. I have also told you what a gigantic organization the
    • what is physical. The physical head of man before the last third of
    • head. It existed first in a quite soft, transparent matter. Only
    • through the gradual entry of the etheric head, through the gradual
    • assimilation of substances, parts of the head become densified, and
    • human head, and surrounds it, hardened out of this watery substance.
    • What thus took place as regards the head at a later time, occurred
    • taken hold of, and only then the head hardened. The etheric body of
    • the head united for the first time with the physical body; it was all
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    • symptoms can result, affecting the stomach, head or heart. However,
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    • has shot ahead. A similar thing has happened with the other rhythms,
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    • system, the etheric body in all that comes under the heading of the
    • way. That sort of thing does not come under the same heading as
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    • head and gradually brought about selfconsciousness in the physical
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    • under these headings. Suppose you hear that somewhere someone has
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    • godhead. - As a result all activity amongst people should from
    • the hand follows the head, so the masses followed their
    • fountainhead, the great World-I, that the realm of the surging,
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    • from the womb of the Godhead, that man was once a spiritual being and
    • foreshadowing, the ancient Egyptian depicted the lion-headed
    • etheric-spiritual being in the womb of the Godhead. Then,
    • heads and in turn brings forth Jesus of Nazareth, the blossom
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    • till they were gorged and then had to lie down. He cut off the head
    • said: “I simply killed the bears and then cut off their heads.”
    • filled it with blood, fastened it on his head and went to bed. The
    • giant who had been chosen to kill him came and stabbed at his head,
    • in front, and the rosemary branch waved ahead of the king on his
    • the fire; on looking closer he saw it was a three-headed dragon. He
    • fought the three-headed dragon, he vanquished and buried it, but he
    • six-headed dragon. He fought the six-headed dragon, vanquished and
    • nine-headed one; but by the time he had finally vanquished it, the
    • the giant tried to get through the door, his head inside but his body
    • outside, the king's son quickly cut off his head. He did the same
    • four-headed dragon! They asked him the way to the White Country; he
    • was an eight-headed dragon, and he, too, knew nothing of a white
    • twelve-headed dragon was called in, and asked about the White
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    • completely identical with the physical body and that the head
    • of the etheric body projected beyond the head of the physical
    • memory and with their magical powers. The ether-head had a
    • ether-head in the course of evolution retracted more and more
    • into the physical head, the profile was changed. Now we have
    • the head was open, and rays of light penetrated this opening,
    • so that the head was surrounded by a resplendent aura, and
    • last remnant of this Lemurian head structure can be seen
    • today when we look at the head of a newborn baby and discover
    • the ether-head. By that, many human beings fell into the
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    • without losing our identity, to become one with the fountain-head of
    • fountain-head of spiritual existence, glowed with infinite blessing
    • themselves: Now the Godhead is thinking in the fire, announcing
    • more sublime words than these. The Godhead seen by Moses in the
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    • inside every human being. This fountainhead removes us from
    • was later to be named “the Christ.” No godhead
    • all-embracing, omnipotent divinity. The godhead whom Moses
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    • also far ahead of anything traditional science has to offer
    • Science, which as a body of knowledge is in many ways ahead
    • are with our ego in our spiritual home, at the fountainhead
    • individualities who in their knowledge were far ahead of
    • fountainhead, a force that I can take back to earth when I
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    • of a child's head at the place that remains soft for a considerable
    • the head. The activity of the forces, which to a clairvoyant seems to
    • outside the child, surrounding the head, and was entirely primitive.
    • forces, and now it penetrates gradually into the child's head and remains
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    • which can be traced to the anterior part of the head. It is visible
    • physical body. Now think of man's head, of the brain. There you have the
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    • of what the organs in the head were at that time is the place at the
    • top of a baby's head that stays soft and open for a long time.
    • On Old Moon the head of the human being was still open. Were you to
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    • vicinity of the highest Godhead of which we can speak at all: the
    • Father, Word, and Holy Ghost. From out [of] this highest Godhead,
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    • corresponding region of the heavens: for instance, for Aries a head;
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    • etc.; thus we shall rise ever nearer and nearer to the Godhead,
    • still veiled from us, towards the Godhead. This is the difference
    • direct sight of the Godhead, have been in the near presence of the
    • that they receive from the Godhead. Anything like deliberation,
    • Godhead, the reception of the immediate impulse to put into action
    • that which they have seen. And they also behold the Godhead in its
    • original true form, they see the Godhead as it is. But they only see
    • they have not such direct vision of the Godhead, they do not see God
    • Godhead, they feel the immediate impulse to follow the revelations of
    • the Godhead, just as with the Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones. The
    • to speak, by the Godhead; that would be unthinkable because of their
    • nearness to the Godhead. But it would also be in a certain way quite
    • undertake that which the Godhead Itself did not want them to
    • the Godhead had let the world's evolution remain as it was, up
    • impulses given them by the Godhead. The Dominions of the second
    • otherwise than follow the orders of the Godhead. In what is called
    • the Godhead who, by means of evil, wishes to develop more powerful
    • receive it from gazing on the Godhead like the Seraphim, but from the
    • impulse of the Godhead, having the sight of God. The Spirits of
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    • into matter, where it became the outer form of the Godhead, as it were.
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    • same in size and form. The human head, especially, as it appears to
    • physical sight, coincides almost exactly with the etheric head; the
    • latter extends only slightly beyond the physical head on all sides. In
    • etheric and physical parts of the head. If, for instance, you observe
    • head stretches far beyond the physical head and differs considerably
    • above an elephant's trunk and head, you would be greatly surprised.
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    • are approximately equal. The head in particular, if we think of it as
    • head. This is by no means the case in animals. Even in the higher animals
    • head and the physical head. If you observe, for example, a horse
    • clairvoyantly, you see that the etheric head extends far beyond the
    • physical head and has a decidedly different shape. If I were to draw a
    • picture of what hovers above the trunk and head of an elephant you would
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    • a share in the genesis of man’, and gave the lion's body a human head.
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    • Publishers of the Gospels insert here a very superfluous heading:
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    • that the Christ-Spirit might enter, appeared above the head of Jesus
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    • with the head portion. But this applies only to the present time. In
    • early Atlantean times we find the human etheric head largely extending
    • especially as regards the head, was far outside the physical body.
    • outside the physical head, it was subject to very different conditions
    • union of the etheric body with the physical head, whereby the head was
    • body was raised out of the physical, and the etheric head was once
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    • approximately coincide, especially in the region of the head; but this
    • we find the etheric head protruding far beyond its physical counterpart:
    • head region. Now, in the Atlantean epoch human evolution proceeded in
    • became more and more coincident, especially in the head: the etheric
    • head withdraws more and more into the physical aspect of the head until
    • the physical head it was subject to conditions quite different from
    • physical and etheric bodies in the head region, a condition admitting
    • from all sides currents endowing the etheric head with clairvoyance.
    • body was withdrawn, his etheric head became interpermeated once more
    • supply of divine wisdom from the treasury of the Godhead, it still provided
    • consequence is that if nothing else had intervened man would be heading for
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    • it has done since. Formerly the etheric body of the head, for
    • instance, extended further above the physical head, and the progress
    • body and especially of the head worked at the building of the
    • regards the head, out beyond the physical body. Hence a native of Old
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    • Graeco-Latin age; numbers of people were able to see the human head
    • concealed within the head. But humanity was to advance to a form of
    • glorified Bodhisattva above the head of the Jesus-child of the House
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    • Earth and hovered above the head of the Nathan Jesus — this Being
    • Nirmanakaya of Buddha hovering above the head of the Nathan Jesus;
    • itself to the shepherds and hovered above the head of the Nathan
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    • that the Godhead must penetrate into the Ego. Then you would not say:
    • only is my head filled with the wisdom of the Eightfold Path; I have
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    • proclamation. When a man who bore on his forehead the sign of Jonah
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • substance is pushed out from a certain part of the head and forms
    • is inward. At the top of the head, for instance, just where the
    • back or the back of our head, for example. But we know, nevertheless,
    • reasoning comes about, and a judgment must be localized in the head
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    • this gives us the diagram of the human head seen in profile. The
    • tells the truth, it is clear that the human head could not possibly
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    • come under the head of concepts like impatience, hope, longing,
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    • our head in the sand. This can, of course, be done, but it does not
    • one, and that we can only make headway by admitting the Luciferic
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    • the great epoch of humanity which is immediately ahead of us. Do not
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    • that between his head and his hands and feet; between his head and his
    • learn to feel that in a certain respect the head and limbs of man bear
    • contemplating the self-evident polarity between man's head and his
    • in man between head and limbs will also some day become unity,
    • polarity between the head and limbs, all human beings on the earth are
    • behind it only as far as the head and limbs are concerned, that is to
    • say, that her head and limbs alone express in their material
    • the Spiritual behind them; these are the head and limbs. Others there
    • exception of the head and limbs, is out of drawing, and if it is to be
    • sprung beyond the middle point. Only as regards the head and limbs
    • with the polarity between the head and limbs, it refers to the whole
    • Thus are these things connected: as sun to earth, so head to limbs,
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    • and its Headquarters established at Dornach in 1913.
    • soon see then what nonsense he had been carrying about in his head.
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    • will often be proclaimed in the years immediately ahead. But the
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    • expresses itself externally in the organ of the head and all that
    • between the head and the organs of movement corresponds to the
    • the human being there is on the one hand the head and on the other
    • the earth that his head was enabled to gaze freely out into cosmic
    • earth, is responsible for the fact that the human head, with its
    • the human being as the contrast between head and limbs. We find this
    • contrast of head and limbs in every human being, whether man or
    • the head of woman and of man alike from bondage to the earth.
    • between head and limbs we have evidence of the microcosmic nature of
    • the moon. Just as the contrast of sun-earth is reflected in our head
    • them. In the physical body of man, it is the head, and in a certain
    • from it. Only head and limbs resemble as external structures their
    • exception of head and limbs, is in the deepest sense a mirage, and
    • in such a way that a true impression is made only by the head and
    • limbs. Head and limbs give a clairvoyant the feeling that they are
    • be at point C as far as the human head and limbs are concerned. What
    • average stage — apart from head and limbs. He has overshot this
    • deeply into the material than have the head and limbs.
    • indicated? We have seen that head and limbs and masculine and
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    • I-consciousness, the human I-consciousness. The Godhead appears as
    • alone. As we know, this Godhead revealed itself in the age of Moses
    • advance when the World-I, as the Godhead, was experienced in such a
    • Godhead behind the appearances of nature, and this possibility
    • evolution cast their lights ahead, as it were. (I do not wish to
    • cast ahead in light in what we call the conversion of Saul to Paul —
    • ahead of us — the reappearance of Christ Jesus — taking
    • which is called Shamballa. It is the primal fountainhead, into which
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    • to fathom the nature of the World-Ego, the Undivided Godhead.
    • of evolution therefore lies immediately ahead of us. We are, as it
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    • are preparing ourselves to understand the significant era ahead of
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    • nor the feminine body, with the exception of the head, is properly
    • spirit. A man, however, having rushed ahead in his development, now
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    • fire” which descend upon the head of each of the disciples, and
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    • reveals the measure of the work lying ahead of us.
    • take the picture to be a real bull, or some four-headed creature, he
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    • head. That of course is a pictorial expression, for we actually think
    • accepted that we think with the head. We have a quite different
    • localised in the head were now localised in the heart. This does not
    • needle or if very hot water is poured over their heads. But how many
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    • external life as the logic, or thinking, of the head or of the
    • heart is not yet permeated by the logic of the head and of the
    • logic of the heart, from the thinking of the head to the thinking of
    • thinking changes when from being thinking of the head it becomes, at a
    • out research in the higher worlds. When he does this, head-thinking
    • For logic of the head we have an instrument in our physical brain.
    • spiritual than the logic of the head, and the heart is not to the same
    • brain for the thinking of the head. Yet the physical heart provides us
    • in perpetual movement. Not so what belongs to the head. The several
    • call the power of head-thinking. Direct transformation from the
    • stage of logic of the heart, the logic of the head had to be unfolded
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    • blue trousers, a red coat and such or such a covering on his head,
    • and spoke of a sort of Unity of the Godhead, because he really looked
    • awoke at its lowest stage; those Beings were placed at the head of
    • twelve brain-nerves in the head. He sees this process which
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    • consisting of blue trousers, red coat, and some kind of head-gear,
    • unity of the Godhead, because he enjoyed direct perception into the
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    • the Incarnation of the Godhead, through whom you too will be able to
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    • having a proper understanding of the goal ahead. If, then, Spiritual
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    • mind is the head, the brain; the brain is the instrument of mind.
    • the limbs, and the more spiritual part in the head, so if we look
    • elements. Thus, if you think of the haschamayim as the head
    • trunk and limbs, organised through the power of the head, then you
    • feels one's head: and Schin (S) suggested what I might
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    • Hebrews felt the Godhead to be united with their blood,
    • felt themselves pervaded, impregnated, by the Godhead
    • outspread in space, and knew that this same Godhead was
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    • Godhead — consciousness such as was gained by
    • script? The secrets of the Godhead pervading the world!
    • Godhead. Men turned their gaze to the heavens, saying:
    • There the Godhead reveals himself; the order and
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    • the beheading of John, when he was already in the
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    • things that flow from the well-head of spiritual science. This is why
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    • us giddy or light-headed. In physical life our own organism
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    • head against the wall. So the investigator must keep ever before him
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    • difficulties that lie ahead when he tries to make progress in
    • he runs his head against the wall. Hence this principle must
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    • epoch if we grant that knowledge first rose in the head of him who
    • that the content of the human head was connected with reality. The
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    • was the script of the Godhead in the heavens. The zodiacal
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    • of time when as earthly man he came forth from the Godhead.
    • special ideal for our humanity; might construct out of his head and
    • actual. Let us suppose then that this idea first arose in his head,
    • man goes ahead hurriedly with his idea, he is apt to overlook one
    • noticed he may have this experience, but if he goes madly ahead
    • will not let this loose headlong on humanity like a mad bull, but
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    • time when he came forth, as earthly man, from the Godhead.
    • into his head and his heart urges him to act. In such
    • is a good thing not to lose our head but to recognise that
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    • Only into the idea of this indivisible God-head something was
    • the souls of men, then the great Impulse for the human head, for the
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    • has need, nothing that can enter his soul, his head, or his hands, to
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    • many years is beginning to make more and more headway in the
    • head or hand to give you not only energy and impetus for your
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    • heads, and lately wearing simply a white jacket. One of them used to
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    • “not quite right in the head.” But this was before the time
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    • nerves proceeding from the head; these are nothing else than material
    • working into the human head in twelve rays, in order gradually to produce
    • Archangel-radiations, which then densified in the human head into twelve
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    • who had the strongest clairvoyant forces were placed at its head.
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    • has come into human souls the power of the self-revealed Godhead, in
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    • that cosmic forces pass through the heads of the sitting members! We
    • only see the Godhead in a body which was visible to the physical eye,
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    • at as many different points as there are heads sitting here; but out
    • only in every head, but which as an atmosphere of intellectual
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    • towards the head, however much we tried to think about the world and
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    • towards the head. This is what first gave to every human soul the
    • etheric elements flow from the heart to the head and there, as they
    • of etheric currents rising from the heart to the head was certainly
    • fact there is such an etheric current from the heart to the head.
    • the head, but astral currents are also present in this stream. If one
    • to head in which substantial elements both of the etheric and of the
    • in our brain; in the region of the head the seer perceives that
    • the region of the head is as though knit together out of two
    • around the head, quite near the skin of the head, has a thickening,
    • have in the region of the head an astral covering consisting of the
    • clairvoyant who clearly sees the aura round the head. The inner
    • head.
    • helmet-shaped headdresses and the like — as apparent for
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    • head thus — it is not absolutely correct but simply
    • diagrammatic. In the head are thoughts but these thoughts must be
    • processes are reflected in the human head as thinking.
    • from the heart towards the head. Within the head these rays play
    • this delicate etheric substance which streams upwards towards the head
    • together with the streamings from below upward, from heart to head.
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    • thinking rightly to yourself when you picture the human head thus
    • In this head are thoughts, which I shall represent with these dashes.
    • These thoughts that are in the head, however, must be pictured as
    • are reflected in the human head as thinking. Continuous streams move
    • from your head into the astral plane, and these are the shadows that
    • establish the life of thought within your head.
    • from the heart toward the head. If we wish to sketch this
    • continuous streamings from there to the brain, flowing in the head
    • These rays of light stream from the heart to the head
    • substance that streams upward toward the head and flows glimmeringly
    • heart to head.
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    • head. A person who permits himself to do such a thing must think for
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    • step ahead, because they lack the courage to draw the conclusions
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    • advance of that of the head, the intellect; he was a
    • very time of his death the head was a factor of hindrance and so, as
    • was dead and the ether-body, separated from the head was able to
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    • bore in his soul. Up to the time of his death the head was a hindering
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    • mankind could come forth only once from the bosom of the Godhead, so
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    • The last lecture given in Neuchatel in the year 1912 was to have been supplemented by that given the following day in St. Gallen, a full report of which is, unfortunately, not available. All that exists is in the form of notes and headings, so scattered and sparse that one is almost afraid to reproduce them. Yet their importance for the explanation of how the karma of man plays between his microcosmic and macrocosmic being is such that they are made accessible in order that the discerning render may lose nothing.
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    • of — all this can be embraced under the heading:
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    • the heading of cognition. In short, the world we are consciously
    • embraced under the heading: cognitive spiritual life.
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    • of this Godhead.
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    • the napkins, which had been on his head, not lying with the linen
    • Jesus had lain, one at the head and one at the feet. They said to
    • napkin which had covered the head was laid aside in another place,
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    • Smith. While you are going straight ahead you do not see Smith, yet
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    • the Head of the Twelve, stoops to those who stand here below Him in
    • were pressing into our head; we feel all the pain and suffering of
    • our heads. It will be such that everything intellectual will at the
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    • a temple of the Godhead. So he is, and this is what we have all the
    • symmetry is present in all the organs of the head, but as we go
    • downwards from the head we come to a part of the human figure where it
    • follow as a kind of continuation of the head and manifests in quite a
    • Man's arms and hands attach themselves to the head part of man in such
    • are joined on to the head and which — as quite a superficial
    • with the whole thought world of the head. You will not find it
    • that are connected with the head, the same terms that we used
    • continuation of the head in the following way. First we have, as
    • themselves, comprising as they do the whole head and arms, we have a
    • essential organ of the head is, as you will easily see, the brain. Now
    • differs from the brain of the head in what is apparently a detail, but
    • above, lying horizontal, and joined on to it on one side the head and
    • as you had previously in the arms. You can regard the head as one arm
    • (Gemini). In the horizontal man, head on the one side and feet on the
    • already included the thigh as one of the Twins. The head on one side
    • organs, situated in the head. And when we count in with this first
    • external world in his head where the sense organs are chiefly
    • hands, when we consider how he can prepare in his head what he then
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    • head, and the content of consciousness is in the main derived from
    • in the human being, it is especially the head man, the upper man, that
    • head.
    • possibly be a head man alone. We saw yesterday that for occult
    • another; and for man to stand before us as Earth man, the head must
    • dreams, but also conditions of the upper man, the head man. There are,
    • the head itself. Through what is perceived as a disorder in the head,
    • characteristic. You have a dream and wake up with a pain in your head;
    • headache. As a rule such dreams will take the form that they lead you
    • cave. Especially characteristic of these headache dreams is the
    • you, in your head. So here once more we have a kind of division of the
    • he learns to know his brain, his head man, by learning to perceive it
    • as in certain dreams man perceives when asleep his head and middle
    • the external world. In the head we have the eyes and the other sense
    • that we acquire through the head man. Even the perception the middle
    • interior of the head man, then he never has the same experience as he
    • of his head, but when he looked down from the upper man, from
    • the head, to the middle man, when he perceived, without opening any of
    • and trunk, to the Sun,—and belongs also, as head man, to the
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    • departure the picture or image of the Godhead, — and that is good
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    • to the Sun, and of the man that carries the head, either to the whole
    • our middle man the influence of the Sun, and in our head man the
    • the head man, as you have learned to know it from the earlier
    • lectures. Into the head man works the power of Jehovah which
    • periods upon the head man and the lower man, the influence on the head
    • works on the head man. We can, therefore, behold in the working
    • — are eclipsed by the Moon, the head forces, and eclipses can
    • forces of the Moon correspond to the head man, and as we have
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    • constitutes my head. The head, the brain, is as though crystallised
    • experienced between what may be called the etheric part of the head or
    • or head, and the physical brain or physical head itself. There is an
    • express the relation, we may also say that in our head, especially in
    • head or brain, so there are etheric processes in the human etheric
    • between the physical head and its corresponding part in the human
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    • point of awakening many of the etheric parts of his head, while all
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    • those who have their night-caps down, not only over their heads but
    • something of which, no matter what may perhaps be ahead of us, we can
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    • Herod had John the Baptist beheaded. But it is strange how
    • beheaded, has been restored to life!” Herod feels that,
    • their master, they were there without John, whose headless
    • told how Herod caused John to be beheaded, and how Christ
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    • Palestine. But we are ahead of you for we have many
    • was imprisoned and then beheaded by Herod, what happened then
    • John the Baptist after he had been beheaded through Herod,
    • beheading of John, and let us suppose ourselves to be
    • Baptist!” But John the Baptist had been beheaded a
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    • wanted to take hold of what was ahead of them. They could not
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    • the Godhead to be a gift to humanity, so that the outer
    • open and poured the ointment over his head.
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    • point on the face, all have two eyes and a part of the head
    • for many truly obstinate heads sit on many a female body
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    • rises up out of my own self. It is akin to a headache in the physical
    • here we can feel a pain in our lungs, our stomach or our head, so
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    • formation of his own body, namely, of the head and the general bodily
    • mainly active in the deeper structure of the head, less in the hands
    • and feet, less also in the trunk, but going from the head towards the
    • of the head is prefigured astrally. This goes so far that actually
    • shape of the head is individual, and the shape of the brain is
    • appropriate substance in order that his head might harden in the
    • his head could harden in the appropriate way.
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    • she has not spiritual thoughts either in her head or in her heart. And
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    • passed into your hearts and feelings, not into your heads alone! Then
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    • part streams upwards from the head and then expands into the
    • and of the fixed stars, finally leading to the one universal Godhead.
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    • quite differently in each case. Contrast between the head and the
    • finished — not only after but also before birth? The head! The
    • head is the most fully developed of all the physical organs, even in
    • head in one way, the trunk to which the legs and arms are attached,
    • in another. There is an essential difference between the head and the
    • rest of man's physical body. If we observe the human head with
    • clairvoyance a remarkable difference is revealed between the head
    • something that comes out of the head like writhing snakes. Every head
    • is, in fact, a Medusa head. This is a very real phenomenon. The
    • essential difference between the human head and the rest of the body
    • been achieved by the head in the way of ordinary thinking. In a
    • through birth, it is his head that is the most perfect because in the
    • head there has already been achieved what in the case of the hands —
    • time. On the Old Moon the head was still exposed in several places
    • formation like a fiery cloud was still to be seen over the head of
    • head of a man who was a thinker there was a luminous, fiery cloud but
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    • unable to hold a single thought in his head, let alone carry it through to a
    • with your head. It is not only repugnant to sensitive people, but it also
    • way he walks, moves his head, laughs, etc. In short, he should try to form
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    • how one walks, how one moves one's head, how one laughs, etc.; in short,
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    • not see what our forehead, etc. looks like — but the
    • consciousness. If we have a headache, this is a fact which
    • own head. If we have a stomach-ache, the pain is experienced
    • the same way that he becomes aware of a headache. If he were
    • headache and we ourselves have a headache. For our own inner
    • assume that a brick falls on our head. At first we cannot
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    • is comparable, let us say, to walking straight ahead in a
    • nose or forehead looks, and so forth. Only when someone steps
    • a headache it is a fact of the ordinary consciousness. One
    • knows it to be located in one's own head. If anyone has a
    • to be Mary Magdalene as she would of a headache. If she did her
    • someone else says he has a headache, and you have it yourself.
    • way: let us say a brick falls on our head. We can see no
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    • to love. The all-embracing attribute of the Godhead is therefore not
    • supreme might, not supreme wisdom. The Godhead has shared these two
    • Is the Godhead omniscient? As man's highest goal is likeness to God,
    • the Godhead is not omnipotence, neither is it omniscience, but it is
    • as a gift of the Godhead, in complete, perfect wholeness. But man can
    • Did the Godhead, then, owe any debt to humanity?
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    • heads of mankind, three representatives of high magic come to
    • flowers and heads of human evolution.
    • I saw the spirits' fiery headlong fray,
    • Of purest gold: and on his head a diadem
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    • of the head, that etheric part underlying the brain. It is a
    • part, that is the head, and to feel this inner experience as
    • head.
    • But as regards this etheric part of the head the student feels
    • an earlier age in this etheric part of the head, for instance,
    • to feel the inner nature of the etheric body of the head, when
    • development as if a melancholy mood were poured into his head:
    • something that may be described as the melancholy of his head,
    • blue-violet aura. This part which corresponds to the head, is
    • etheric part of the head is exactly of the same form, only a
    • usually called melancholy; the etheric life of the head is
    • head, will become more silent; we shall feel ourselves
    • through the head and pour themselves into the body and are
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    • experiences the Archangels in his head in a shadowy way, one
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    • head,’ then even altruism may become very self-seeking.
    • to human progress lies in the fact that in immature heads and
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    • would principally develop his head more and more, and that,
    • compared with his head, all the other parts of a man would be
    • to such an extent that the head would become like a great
    • intellectual powers which are expressed in the head, and that
    • matter? The truth is this, that in our age man's head is
    • undergoing a certain evolution, the formation of the head, the
    • whole structure of the head will undergo change in the future.
    • formation of the human forehead, nose, and jaws will have
    • period, will the relation of the developing head to the rest of
    • Apart from the head, the human organism has changed
    • head; it is quite shadowy; not completely blotted out, but
    • cause his head to assume a different shape externally. In a
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    • we know that certain occult forces are at work behind his forehead,
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    • would have ants in your head instead of thoughts! It is just like
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    • would have ants in your head instead of thoughts! It is just like
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    • one's head into an ant hill — but so it is for our
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    • putting one's head into an ant hill. A person who has anything to do
    • with sculpture must plunge his head into the living element of the
    • ahead with painting, for here neither Lucifer nor Ahriman can get at
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    • is looming ahead. The mood of the approaching death of Strader is
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    • Babylonians have such narrow heads? Hillel replied gently: The
    • Babylonians have narrow heads because their midwives have
    • to make headway with anything drawn from the Spirit in such a
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    • the strand of hair is to the head, the plant is to the earth
    • hair on one's head. It is no more possible for a plant to exist
    • for hair to exist without a head to grow on. It is important to
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    • thoroughly level-headed man of today have to say about the Gnosis? We
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    • the Being whom the Godhead has brought to birth as the principle of a
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    • they put a special halo round his head. Because, they say, we do not
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    • form are the bones of the head. But by what means could these particular
    • bones become bones of the head and envelop the higher organ, the brain? As
    • bones of the forehead or of the back part of the head, the hip bones
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    • head and envelop the higher organ, the brain? As far as the
    • become bones of the forehead or of the back part of the head,
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    • no meaning if we were in the Godhead. If we could not carry our
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    • the grave events that lay ahead.
    • lies ahead, to stand in the place where destiny puts us
    • lie ahead. May it be granted — after the symbols we
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    • with definite form, which from outside our head continues inside so
    • with the thought into your own head; but you are essentially still
    • outside.” The thought takes on the form of a winged human head,
    • through the head. The thought, therefore, grows into a winged angel's
    • head. One must actually achieve this. It is difficult to have this
    • becoming visible to us. This winged angel's head really becomes
    • the Portal of Death, we perceive a winged angel's head; while we are
    • water spirit through what we may now call “head
    • is much easier. The head is in itself a perfect organ but in the
    • astral body and etheric body of the head there is not much color
    • spiritual world and in “head clairvoyance” draw the
    • head clairvoyance,” but from “belly
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    • something that has definite form, extending into the head
    • the thought and growing into your own head with the
    • human head that continues into indefiniteness and then
    • extends into one's own body through the head. The thought
    • thus develops into something like a winged angel's head.
    • angel's head truly becomes an inner vision but there are
    • to know then is that when the moment that lies ahead
    • Door of Death we must perceive a winged angel's head, at
    • example we want to use what may be called ‘head
    • more easily done. The head is in itself a perfect organ,
    • but the astral body and the ether body of the head do not
    • cranium, the bony skull cap. If therefore you used head
    • through higher powers, out of head clairvoyance' but
    • find it difficult therefore to use head clairvoyance
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    • the ‘head’. This is asleep when we are awake.
    • You might well think the head to be the part that is most
    • us. In his thinking activity, and in head work
    • ego and astral body to the head organs is such that they
    • — that is the ego part of the head, the astral part
    • of the head — cannot unite completely with the
    • physical and ether part of the head. They always
    • ether part of the head. They always experience a life of
    • head, as it were. A close union between the astral and
    • the physical parts of the head occurs only when we have a
    • headache. If we have a powerful headache, the astral,
    • physical and ether parts of the head are very much
    • headache. The reason is that the bond between the astral,
    • physical and ether parts of the head is too strong. Our
    • of the head are in a way outside the head and therefore
    • the head. Similarly we are only able to see ourselves in
    • head, with the head asleep and ego and astral activity
    • head we would be conscious of the activity of digestive
    • the heart, In our heads—or perhaps not be conscious
    • activity. The organs of the head do not absorb it but
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    • is a kind of image taking the form of the human head and
    • head and its continuation. Another memory would also take
    • the form of a shadow image of a head and its
    • little head with its continuation that was imprinted at
    • being, the head and a few appendages. When we meditate or
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    • got up, the bullet would have gone through his head. In the
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    • exactly to the place where his head had been. If he had
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    • another figure. Again the head appears human; the wings
    • head is shaped so that it is merely reminiscent of the
    • Every single element of the upper head is as mobile as
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    • human being dissolved; only those who had been well ahead
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    • in Rome at the head of a great procession. He was wearing
    • walked at the head of a large procession and made
  • Title: Forming of Destiny: Lecture 2: On the forming of Destiny
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    • prosecutor, gently shaking his head, “Mr. President, I do not
    • it with his fingers. The thought then flashed through his head,
    • He could not get the thought out of his head: ‘In this way I
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • that has now passed into the head becomes strong, and the feet wither.
    • Everything that the Ego accumulates in the head must be pressed down
    • from the head — just as Oedipus deprived the feet of their
    • accumulated; think of how he wants to throw it all out of his head,
    • saddest of all, Theology” ... he wants to rid his head of it all.
    • bound up with the head. Faust is Oedipus reversed, i.e., the human
  • Title: Lecture II: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • Beginning from the head, we find that there Lucifer and Ahriman have
    • the head are very similar. This means that the forces of left and
    • right have in the head not much possibility of interplay and the
    • right; and because the left and right halves of the head are so
    • and Ahriman; because in the head they recoil from one another.
    • which you have never troubled your head at all.”
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    • threefold being — the head-system, the rhythmic system, and the
    • arms stretch out from the head, but the physical brain remains within
    • in the next incarnation. If we contemplate the interior of the head
    • rightly, when we direct the head outwards towards the stars. This
    • ourselves were still in the womb of the godhead. And we have two
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture I: The Four Platonic Virtues and Their Relation with the Human Members
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    • head, we can say, in it, there work the invisible forces that
    • it, if we turn the head to the stars. This corresponds to
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture II: The Path of the Human Being through the Gate of Death - A Transformation of Life
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  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and the Mystery of Death
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    • the organism the head cannot be thought without body, our
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture IV: The Intimate Element of the Central European Culture and the Central European Striving
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    • spiritual current, where the head can never be separated from
    • with the head. However, the heart and the whole soul is
    • while the head, for example, describes the transitions from
    • head into a world of living beings.
    • his head instead of thoughts. — This seems so absurd to
    • which the whole soul works not only the head. However, Newton
    • have shown you how the best heads of the 19th century are
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    • above our heads, does this have a prophetic meaning for the whole
    • we must look ahead with special attention, times which will break in
    • understanding which is not that of the head may rise up within you,
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture V: The Intervention of the Christ Impulse in the Historical Events
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    • war is burning above our heads?
    • 20th century times come for which we must look ahead with a
    • get another understanding than the head understanding, the
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture VI: Moral Impulses and Their Results
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    • corresponds basically to the whole head and still some other
    • is a copy of the human figure from the head and a piece below
    • stood at the head of those who sent back their English
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  • Title: Lecture Series: The Subconscious Forces
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    • characteristic shape of his head and his physiognomy, how the
    • Godhead is present in a direct way. This gave rise to the
    • striving to unite the human Ego with the Godhead within the
    • human soul. This Divine Essence, this Godhead, was to be
    • is because he is filled by the Godhead. Death is a phenomenon
    • world. On many occasions, when I myself spoke of the Godhead
    • passed through the threshold of death and look ahead into the
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture X: Central Europe between East and West
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    • it as an old man. He stood at the head of those who sent back
    • phenomena of the sensory world express the godhead. This is the
    • the world entered the world from the godhead. It is, as if
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  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture XI: Christ's Relationship to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • above the head of the Christ figure. On top of the rock is
    • and folds the forehead while raising the folded forehead to
    • Frenchman; the fact that he puts ahead that above all which is,
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • it, as it were, a kind of temple, an abode of the Godhead — if
    • you may see a second shape. This Being has a head resembling (I
    • can only say, resembling) a human head. It is really formed in such a
    • strongly developed forehead. Whereas in man these parts are
    • can move our hands and fingers, but not the upper parts of our head,
    • formed by the forehead. On the other side, we can see two
    • or of a worm, and its head again reminds us of a human head. Whereas
    • in Lucifer's forehead everything is powerfully developed, the
    • forehead of this second Being recedes and is quite undeveloped.
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture XII: Spiritual Science as an Attitude
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    • of the godhead, as a microcosm. We only recognise the physical
    • development lies ahead to us in which human souls can
    • head. The head is really formed in such a way that one can say,
    • a human head reminds of this head. Since this head is so formed
    • forehead. While these parts are relatively immobile with the
    • forehead. On the other side, two formations, reminding of bird
    • or dragon-like body and a head again reminding of the human
    • head. But what is a mighty forehead with Lucifer recedes in
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch.
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  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture XV: Overcoming Death through Knowledge
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    • those who want to be at the head of the scientific or cultural
    • a kind of the human head and upper parts of the chest. It is
    • were far ahead; so far ahead, actually, that the present human
  • Title: Lecture: Perception of the Nature of Thought
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    • Godhead are as clearly to be seen outside as the greenness of the
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • shot never entered my head. Amazement was not long to be
    • faint. She took his hands, laid hers on his forehead (the
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    • forehead is vaulted there; one does not see the things
    • simpleton, a dunderhead, who has no inkling of the pain
    • caused by it all. And this dunderhead is supposed to be the
    • dare to demand of the artist that he shall be a dunderhead
    • sympathy out of his heart; he must become a dull-headed
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    • the formation of our head, the formation of everything that
    • belongs to the head, we must, even if we are merely speaking
    • of the physical head, be clear that the formative forces of
    • our head, and also the beings active and creative in these
    • his head. And again, the organs of the lower body and the
    • (Perhaps “Etheric Head
    • is raised out of the head. So that this (c.f. diagram) is to
    • clairvoyance thus attained is a HEAD-CLAIRVOYANCE,
    • for the revelations of head-clairvoyance are of service to
    • HEAD-CLAIRVOYANCE”. The up-lifting of the material heart-organ
    • the march of events. Whereas head-clairvoyance is effected
    • head-clairvoyance in the degree to which it should.
    • various kingdoms of the earth; whereas head-clairvoyance
    • head-clairvoyance, for our cycle of humanity, leads in the
    • reference to what is moral and ethical, head-clairvoyance is
    • between that of the head and of the stomach. As regards what
    • head-clairvoyance speaks preferably of man himself,
    • process: What arises as head-clairvoyance will always have
    • soul and spirit from the perceptive-apparatus of the head,
    • part of the head from the physical instrument, and is able to
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    • and that it is very easy to go astray as we forge ahead in a train of
    • lessened the incomprehensibilities. But the headwork on the part
    • of a kind God with a head so full of wisdom that He could use it to
    • the good God in this case — had in his head the laws whereby,
    • a good God, who created in His head everything He needed to assemble
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 2: Consciousness in Sleeping and Waking States
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    • you can remove in the mirror a wart on your forehead that you see reflected
    • said in earlier lectures that our heads are actually hollow. And why
    • our heads. But if we are incapable of grasping this concept of mirror
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    • stuck our heads into a wasps' nest and our thoughts swirled and whirled
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 8: Death, Physical Body and Etheric Body
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    • he hardens within himself. Thus at the head of the moral code
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    • consider Clemens of Alexandria, the head of the catechetical school
    • diverse hard battles ahead, my dear friends. They must be faced in
  • Title: Lecture: The Year as a Symbol of the Great Cosmic Year
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    • When the ego and astral body withdraw from our head, for instance,
  • Title: Lecture Series: The Year's Course as a Symbol for the Great Cosmic Year
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • all his accessories — hands and feet, head and posterior.
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    • three teachers and a headmaster. These three teachers differ
    • beginning of a new school year. The headmaster discusses the
    • turn of the first teacher. The headmaster asks him what
    • question from the headmaster produced a complete schedule the
    • careful scanning of the previous year. The headmaster was very
    • was able to show the headmaster a curriculum containing
    • experience of his last year's mistakes. The headmaster said,
    • impression on a headmaster.
    • “Well,” said the headmaster, “you will also
    • “Well,” said the headmaster, “you seem to be
    • really,” said the headmaster, “we would be
    • there was nothing to be done. The headmaster had to agree to
    • it, and the school year got under way. The headmaster inspected
    • teachers the headmaster was satisfied that they had been very
    • allowances, and the headmaster was convinced that the
    • course, he noticed what the headmaster had as it were
    • headmaster received an even higher one. That is a matter of
    • Some time later the following thing happened. The headmaster
    • similar way as before. Then the headmaster said, “There
    • said the first two gentlemen. “The previous headmaster
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    • it makes my head spin.” Which means he plops down with a
    • them enlightenment but a throbbing headache.
  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture II: Deeper Secrets of Man's Soul-Spiritual Nature
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    • being only as being attached to it. You have the head like a
    • contribute to this head coming into existence through his
    • wonderful structure of the human head. This human head comes
    • becomes our head is woven through by countless beings of
    • all the experiences. Our head is an inheritance of the
    • forces could not have been able to produce this head. It is
    • the head, not the head with all its forces. The other part of
    • the human being, not the head with the spinal column, but
    • actually as a Moon being? One would represent a human head
    • all have a common characteristic, namely, their rear head
    • criminal brain is to have a too short rear head lobe just as
    • rear head lobe and those with too short lobes. Those who have
    • a correct rear head lobe do not become criminals and those
    • with too short rear head lobes must become criminals. From
    • because they have too short rear head lobes. You can see how
    • who have correct rear head lobes and those with too short
    • rear head lobes. However, there is an ether body there which
    • mobile than the physical body. Behind the rear head lobes of
    • the physical body there are the rear head lobes of the ether
    • distinguish between children who have too short rear head
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    • of that which was already present as head upon the moon, but
    • the rest of the human body was not attached to the head as
    • coming from the head and presented as serpent-like form. If
    • Moon development, one has to represent him with a human head
  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture V: Comenius and the Temple of PanSophia
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    • heart, our head, to the streams of the spiritual world.
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    • working together, of this head organism with the rest of the
  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture VII: Man's Four Members
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  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture VIII: Thomas More and His Utopia
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    • him as head of the English Church instead of the Pope.
    • person” as Henry VIII should be the head of the Church;
    • head would be divided into four portions and each would be
    • London. His head, however would be put on a high spear and
    • carried out, however, he was beheaded and the head was placed
  • Title: Things Past and Present: Lecture IX: Celtic Symbols and Cult, Jesuit State in Paraguay
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    • it better, because our heads are much thicker and not as
    • head which is able to take up the thoughts of our present age
    • thus be a very clever man; one can be a weak head and at the
  • Title: Lecture: Relationships Between the Living and the Dead
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    • They live in him in such a way that they are centred in his head, and
    • way into his head — whereas otherwise it is the Spirits of Form
    • which have moulded his head — and they also force their way
    • Thus, if we were to draw the head of a man and
    • like form, with a human head. Of course, the whole thing should be
    • imagined as an astral form — the head to some extent still
    • resembling a human head, and the spinal cord appended to it and
    • and you will have a serpent with a human head. That is, Lucifer
    • serpent with a human head. Not a serpent with a serpent's
    • head, for that would no longer be a Lucifer — that would be an
    • human head looking out above. He would then be painting out of the
    • together with the image of the human head. If the woman Eve, sees it
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    • head? — Probably only a person who is suffering from headache
    • concerning the interior of his head. He alone would feel what the
    • inside of his head is like; all the others would not feel it.
    • interior of our body. Those who suffer from bad headaches know a
    • little more concerning the inside of their head than an anatomist,
    • who is merely acquainted with the head's vessels. I explained this
    • dryly, then we would be born without heads, in accordance with the
    • We would be born without heads! The structure of our head is
    • human head is such a lofty image of the universe, that the human
    • in this work. Your head, this slightly irregular and somewhat
    • the different Hierarchies cooperate in order to produce the head. And
    • afterwards becomes our head!
    • ahead, here upon the earth. Just as after our death we can only hand
    • head. In so far as we live in materialism, we generally have not
    • order to produce our head, in order to mould that which lies,
    • spiritually, at the foundation of our head, so that we are able to
    • connected with our head or with our organism in so far as these are
    • continuation of our head, with the spinal cord. A painter who
    • would only be a symbol and it would have a human head. If we would
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    • concerning the interior of your head? Probably only a person who is
    • suffering from a headache would answer that at the present moment he
    • does know something concerning the interior of his head. He alone
    • would feel what the inside of his head is like; all the others would
    • bad headaches know a little more concerning the inside of their head
    • than an anatomist, who is merely acquainted with the head's vessels.
    • without heads, in accordance with the present conditions of the
    • heads! The structure of our head is something that we are unable to
    • build. In its whole structure the human head is such a lofty image
    • divine Hierarchies must co-operate in this work. Your head, this
    • Hierarchies co-operate in order to produce the head. And when we
    • our head.
    • is being prepared generations ahead here upon the earth. Just as
    • Just consider the fact: we use our head. In so far as we live in
    • Hierarchies of Gods are at work in order to produce our head, in
    • our head, so that we are able to live. If we grasp this, in the
    • show that he is not connected with our head or with our organism in
    • connected with the continuation of our head, with the spinal cord. A
    • head. If we were to come across such a painting today, we would
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • other. He would like to cut off the book's head and keep its body
  • Title: Lecture: On the Connection of the Living and the Dead
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • reactionary blockhead of the first order who would have nothing unless
    • from Hermann Bahr. Many people were blockheads in those days.
    • and they in turn call impressionists like Hermann Bahr dull blockheads
    • when he was young. He had called all the others blockheads and now they
    • said he was one himself. And why should those who called him a blockhead
    • only to be called a blockhead by the next generation — especially
    • eyes, and with bowed head imagined a flower in the center of my
    • a blockhead, one of the ancient, not-yet-impressionist sort of people.
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    • with the head, but allow every one of its utterances to kindle our enthusiasm
    • spiritual element woolly-headed pantheists speak of so glibly, but of
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • first of all between two parts of our physical body: our head and the
    • head standing out clearly, distinct from the rest of the body. In that
    • from the head basically developed on earth. The condition of the human
    • the earth is retained only in the shape of the head. The head is a considerably
    • older organ than the rest of our organism. The head is our oldest, most
    • venerable part. The earth added all the rest to the head — that
    • underlying the head and those underlying the rest of the organism. Remember,
    • as I said, the form and shape of our head are essentially the result
    • that every one of us has indeed a head of his or her own. No skull is
    • Well, every one has a head of his or her own!
    • gave a lecture on three truly important human heads, namely, the skulls
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    • be used for they cannot be set an hour back or ahead; that is impossible!
    • to see where our time is heading?
    • It can never be a matter of sticking one's head in the sand like an
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    • of parts: head, limbs, sense organs, and so on. We have tried over time
    • just recently I told you that the shape of our head can be traced to
    • of the head for the next life on earth.
    • England were headed toward the formation of a sect. And many people
    • particularly in public lectures what one can get into European heads
    • and goes ahead with his writing. Now this person has written many brochures
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    • degree of nervousness. Anyone who was not nervous was a thick-headed
    • on, we cannot stick our heads in the sand like ostriches. So I am
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    • of the human head and the regular course of the human heart come the
    • consciously or unconsciously thought by our heads and felt by our
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    • distinct parts: the head — the skull — and the remaining
    • two together is a thin skeletal cord. The head really has just been
    • pictorial expression of the dual nature of a human being, for the head
    • the skeleton that hang down from the head, form the basis for the life
    • to make use of the organs in his head. And we have considered the
    • expressed in the form of the human body, with its head that is
    • head, the whole of the essential process, takes place during the time
    • between the last death and a new birth. The physical head must be
    • I mean the form that it acquires; and the way the head is formed
    • depends on forces that go far back in time. The human head is
    • the head. The human head comes from the heavens, even though it must
    • the head originates in heavenly forces, the body originates in earthly
    • his head, has just been introduced into the physical world and still
    • contrast between the head and the rest of the body for those whose
    • the head, which is the Uranus sphere of the human being, and the
    • in order that the heavenly forces working from the head can continue
    • with the super-earthly! I said: the head is the part of the human
    • influence on the body, including the parts other than the head, with
    • see, during the first seven years the head is constantly being worked
    • are also forces that flow from the head to the rest of the organism,
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    • draughtsman-like fashion by the head. The relationship between the
    • about how a person's head has actually been formed in the spiritual
    • the head is formed in the mother's body during the time of pregnancy;
    • Naturally, prior to conception everything to do with the head is
    • the human head, namely, the forces that form and shape it, are active
    • more or less invisible, but already shaped, head. Of course, when I
    • physical head. But they are the forces that cause the physical shape
    • of the head — bring it about. And these begin to work on matter
    • accordance with these forces. The form of the head is not made there,
    • but the head that is built there is built according to the form that
    • the head are of cosmic origin. In the mother's body, matter is drawn
    • material part of the head really can he pictured as analogous to iron
    • head is to be imagined as radiating in from the cosmos, invisibly,
    • is incorporated into the head in accordance with the cosmic patterns,
    • need for understanding how the human head is shaped during the period
    • principal source of the head, earthly with respect to the rest of the
    • everything that is a part of the head, or is connected with it, and
    • does! The whole body except for the head — everything to do with
    • the human body with the exception of head — must be seen as a
    • What is related to the head, however, is not a pictorial
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    • those forces that flow from the moral sphere to the head. Therefore it
    • The head of the moral man is gripped by wisdom; the breast is gripped
    • the head (green), strength of heart as virtue in the area of the chest
    • sphere takes hold of the whole physical human being. And the head is
    • one stage. What we previously pictured as within the head must now be
    • pictured higher (green), so that it is hovering around the head. In
    • that surrounds the head. A person who feels and responds a little to
    • to live in the space that surrounds his head while he is contemplating
    • a work of art. Within the head, however, the person is gripped
    • aura of the head, the head itself, and the breast. In other words, in
    • and flows directly into the etheric portion of the head where thoughts
    • are generated. So here, directly into the head, is where I must draw
    • then it streams into the etheric portion of the head; then into the
    • around the head is even further outside. To etheric observation, this
    • green hovers in the immediate vicinity of our head. The
    • something aesthetically, all that is hovering around our heads.
    • O, Ye!, from spheres of light stream through this head,
    • — the head
    • O Ye!, surround this head with airy circling,
    • First lower head down on the pillow cool,
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    • The transformation of the physical body into the head of the next
    • have the faintest inkling of how they befog their heads with this talk
    • according to quite different principles — the head and the rest
    • of the body. If we examine a human head as it is today, what we have
    • death and a new birth, our present body, except for the head, will
    • become the head of the next incarnation. Thus, the passage of a person
    • head, and he has the rest of his body. What is now his head is
    • what is now the rest of his body appears, transformed, as the head of
    • that next incarnation. Then this body, in turn, becomes the head of
    • forebears, from the earth. The head is always lost. Naturally, we are
    • body, exclusive of the head, are the essential thing. These forces are
    • transformed into the forces of the head during our passage through the
    • now in our heads. That was the basic concept whose particular details
    • with, we will ask: How will our present body become the head of our
    • so that they can become the head of the next incarnation?
    • The transformation of our body into a head is hard to imagine at
    • dependent on the head, and is concerned with truth and wisdom. Today,
    • say, they transform its forces into the forces of the head! This
    • the head, into the head of the next incarnation. But there are so many
    • the use of our head. We acquire the knowledge necessary for speaking,
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    • inasmuch as the structure and nature of his head differs essentially
    • from the structure and nature of the rest of his organism. The head
    • of the head, will become the head of the next incarnation, after we
    • He has his head, and the other part of his organism. After death we
    • may say that the head disappears, and the rest of the body is then transformed
    • into the head of the next incarnation. Once again he will receive the
    • body of the next incarnation from the Earth. The head disappears,
    • connected with the head that disappear. The substance of the head and
    • of man, with the exclusion of those of the head, are transformed during
    • the head of the new incarnation. In our present incarnation we have,
    • in our head, the forces that were connected with our body in the previous
    • body transformed in such a way that they can become a head in the next
    • transformed into a head. What is it, exactly, that makes this transformation
    • for it is these forces that will be transformed into the head of the
    • to be transformed into the head of the next incarnation. You will say:
    • our organism into a head during the period lying between death and a
    • body into the head of the next incarnation. And the most learned would
    • they would return with a head produced from a body that had undergone
    • very little transformation. The head would be exceedingly animal-like
    • of the transformation of our present body into the head of the next
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    • we perceive a colour. It really is thick-headed to believe that the
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    • thinking backwards is simply beyond the scope of our human head. In
    • complete. Then the hare himself appears, tail foremost, head facing
    • What could the goal of this creative power that sees ahead and plans
    • ahead, possibly be? Can the sudden appearance of a form and its
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    • we have seen that mankind is headed for disaster unless this link is
    • planned ahead of time: A person is to give a lecture in the course of
    • them is thick-headed. They are all educated people, the very ones who
    • through our heads and through the powers that now are manifest in the
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    • men, of cowards, of hot-tempered people, of sleepyheads. In a way
    • what sort of bodily proportions the sleepyheads have, and so on. Even
    • Uranus they saw all that man takes in through his head, through the
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    • human head — the head as it actually is — could not have
    • human body, excluding the head is, in turn, to some extent being
    • prepared to become the head of the next incarnation. Thus, the human
    • head refers back to a previous incarnation; the human body anticipates
    • You know that astrology assigns the human head to the sign of the Ram,
    • In this manner, the whole human body, including the head, is related
    • Now we have also spoken of how the head itself is actually a
    • head, where the principal representatives of the sense organs come
    • dividing it among the twelve signs of the zodiac so that the head is
    • this case it is the head which, as a part of the whole, is allocated
    • one must presuppose that the body of one incarnation becomes the head
    • whole head must serve a single sense. A second sense will be formed
    • that we bear in this world will become the head of our next
    • order of the head.
    • twelve-foldness really is to be found in the head. Now most of you
    • the human head. When they are properly interpreted — rather than
    • the head of what today is in the hands need not cause us to falter. In
    • being, as sense organs within the head? Only those who have no inkling
    • version of this same device. In the back part of your head, where it
    • tenon-joint below. That is why you are able to turn your head up and
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    • of man indicates his connection with the cosmos. The head, in its
    • body (other than the head) is preparing to become head
    • in the next incarnation. In the form of the human head, therefore, we
    • know, relates the human head to Aries; the throat and larynx to
    • relation of the body, with all its parts, including the head, to the
    • the head as being a transformation of the whole body, the body as it was
    • same time an independent member. The head, for instance, is related
    • whole head, will be represented by one sense-organ;
    • become head in the next incarnation, and in so orderly a way that the
    • head.
    • is there any indication that the head is really twelve-fold in its
    • out from the human head. If these twelve nerves were rightly
    • transformed into some part of the head. Even in a crude sense we may
    • sense-organ of the head? And the idea that what is physically
    • bodies at the place where the head is poised upon the cervical
    • And because of this you are able to move your heads upwards and
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    • relationship of the human head and the rest of the human body to the
    • whole cosmos, and how this then shows the way the head is related to
    • human head and all that pertains to it is a transformation, a
    • metamorphosis. The head is a transformation and reconstruction of the
    • forces that are capable of transforming it into nothing but a head, a
    • head with all that pertains to it: with the twelve pairs of nerves
    • that originate in it, and so on. And this head that is developed from
    • our entire body will be the head we bear in our next incarnation. The
    • nothing to do with the shape of the body or the head as it is studied
    • and carry out certain actions. Upon this trunk is placed a head which
    • originates in the head; from there it spreads out into the entire
    • body, in so far as the body is appended to the head, making of the
    • certain sense you could also say that the head, in so far as the rest
    • the head as a kind of central point. The organ for perceiving another
    • way we turn our head or move it up and down. Now, the basis for our
    • to so many things: the truth about the relation of our head to the
    • present incarnation to the head of our next incarnation, and what
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    • spiritual world not employ the same head that was intended to draw
    • post-Atlantean epoch are born from the same head that gave us the
    • for the materialism of Atlantis to be formulated in the head of an old
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    • for example, the head of Jesus as painted by
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    • head in our circle, enmity from out of the unintelligent feelings,
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    • clear-headed materialistic methods a knowledge then can develop
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    • into operation, and you must now place yourself at the head of all
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    • Christ, an idol of a human head with luminous eyes; that on their
    • head of man is the transformed body, and the rest of the body is a
    • human head still to be transformed. Here is metamorphosis in the
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    • Anne Boleyn, he beheaded. The third, Jane Seymour, died. The fourth,
    • he divorced. The fifth, Katherine Howard, he also beheaded. Only the
    • beheaded, been divorced from a certain number, and so on.
    • with a cruel death, including the Head of the Order, Jacques de Molay.
    • head. What matters is the education of mankind through the education
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    • organism. The physical organism — we see how it has head, arms, hands,
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    • this man, the head, should be guided, as so often happens,
    • worked at the university, Gottsched whose head held all the
    • there quite baldheaded. To a learned man in the year 1765 this
    • graceful turn and jammed it on his head, and how with his other
    • head Iphigenia and Tasso came into being, but as
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    • actually occurred and a tile had fallen on Goethe's head when
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    • slate had fallen on Goethe's head when he was five years old
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    • outside the head. Because the ego and astral body in sleep are
    • outside the physical and etheric head, they bring about a more
    • does not belong to the head but to other parts of his
    • the head in the waking state is exerted upon the rest of the
    • perception, which is primarily connected with the head;
    • is day for our head; that is, the rest of our organism is more
    • whose main center is the brain, centered in the head, the
    • experiences when it is in the head, which is primarily the
    • of the organism really developed later than the head, has only
    • head organism. When we say that relative to his physical body,
    • Saturn, we are referring only to his head. What is attached to
    • his head is in many ways a later formation of the Moon period,
    • forces draw back from the head, the ganglionic and spinal cord
    • the muddle-headed behavior by some people in our age, including
    • wisdom merely in our heads; wisdom surrounds us everywhere like
    • with his head.
    • has withdrawn from the head, then far more vivid intercourse
    • subdued head life, but it was a potentiality in him even in his
    • through the sensory system of our head.
    • of his ego and astral body in his head during the waking life
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    • applies to the head when we say that the Ego and astral body of
    • and etheric head of man, the Ego and astral body in sleep are
    • not 'head' in man, but the remainder of his organisation, is
    • influence which the Ego and astral body wield over the head of
    • bound to the head, >t is the night-time. And it is night for
    • our remaining organism when it is day-time for our head. For
    • head. Then there are the nerves which are centred in the spinal
    • experiences when it dwells in the fully perfected head. For the
    • head, as you know, is in the main the outcome of all the
    • to the more highly perfect head-organisation. It is in fact a
    • the head. What is attached to the head is to a large extent a
    • from the head and come more closely into connection with
    • our heads. Wisdom surrounds us everywhere, like light.
    • through his head.
    • withdrawn from the head, the astral body is brought into a more
    • against the damping-down of his head- life. But this tendency
    • by virtue of our senses-system, our head. And now consider: Man
    • are in the head during his day-waking life and outside of it
    • during his sleep. Inasmuch as they are outside the head during
    • this alternation of diving down into the head, and going out of
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    • thinks himself a man of genius because his head is filled with
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    • between the head of man and the remainder of his organism. The
    • his present incarnation, while the head is the result of former
    • human head and from the nervous system. But the Psycho-analyst,
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    • between the head and the rest of man's organism. His body is
    • incarnation in many respects — whereas his head is the result
    • head and nervous system. But one who merely analyzes the slime
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    • other jobs. But the head personage was at his wits' end. We
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    • practice of law. He was a clear-headed person who viewed
    • him and, since he was a clearheaded individual who saw through
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    • us out of the saddle. They think they will make most headway by
    • sphere. This too, some heads of occult brotherhoods make it
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    • fountainhead of a real spiritual world. But you also see that
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    • spiritual Beings between man and the Godhead — Beings who
    • essential Godhead, who is not only far above man but far
    • nothing between himself and the Godhead. Man shall live in this
    • and find his way directly to the Godhead, without any mediation
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    • beings who have their place between man and the real Godhead,
    • whatever between himself and the Godhead, but to live in the
    • then to find his way directly to the Godhead without the
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    • wrong heading and that a rectification would show the situation to be
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    • Not much is achieved by simply running straight ahead with a single
    • within reach. The Turks were hit on the head, the victorious southern
    • clearly that in this head there is a dream of what is to happen soon.
    • Whether the head in question imagined that the time was so close is
    • another question; but this head, together with its body and limbs, of
    • of Germany, her powerful western neighbour. So, in this head, the
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    • enterprises which for years ahead would fully occupy the attention of
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    • evolved ahead of the other Slavs, for they have developed a
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    • many centuries a kind of reservoir, a kind of fountain-head for the
    • anchored, above all, in the heads of all sorts of idealists, people
    • a thought in his head which might distract him from whatever paper he
    • might be going on in his head, a rather pert secretary said: “A
    • turned out that no headway was made with disarmament proposals, this
    • heading ‘The German Scene’ in the
    • things? ... The anti-German hotheads in this country and the
    • anti-British hotheads in Germany alone stand in the way of such a
    • his head to distract him? Well, once a thought was infiltrated into
    • the German language is a stage ahead of Gothic-English. Yet in
    • things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead,” and
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    • mothers who bore their sons in their arms and wore on their foreheads
    • for they shall see the new countenance of Rome, the re-crowned head
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    • strictly to concepts, who would take it into his head to say that it
    • Who would take it into his head today to want to think the truth
    • about such important matters? And who would take it into his head to
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    • world history when states collide head-on; for do not forget: Not
    • trade, just because a few people might lose their heads. Instead they
    • quite bravely by their decision to behead anyone caught trading in
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    • In such people, the lotus flower here [on the forehead] reveals very
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    • It is because material progress has run ahead of the good will for
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    • head. Sometimes Nietzsche is included,
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    • marched at the head of European civilization.
    • under these circumstances many years ahead to the coming war, hanging
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    • “political” and start to worry their heads over ground rents and
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    • spiritually, we have to seek the centre of the ego in the head. Since
    • here, too. In our head there is a prison for our etheric body. Madness
    • enclosed in the prison of the head, the etheric body has the tendency
    • concern themselves with their own head and their own heart — not to
    • way it works. Perhaps this person shoots himself in the head without
    • his becoming clever. There are certainly known cases in which head
    • instance, that in the human being as he stands before us with his head,
    • the activity of this head depends in some degree on the etheric body
    • the special connection between his etheric body and his head makes him
    • normal connection of our etheric body with our head, all human beings
    • with that part of our being that is immortal. For our head brings to us
    • the head during the course of reincarnation: What is now our head was
    • become our head in our next incarnation. We know about this connection
    • take the form of a belief. Through our head we can understand this
    • had only heads, we would all think the same, feel the same. But because
    • reached amongst people in matters of the head, for in the head everyone
    • is the same. If we consisted of heads only, we would understand one
    • another famously. It is peculiar to say: If we consisted of heads only.
    • nothing left but walking heads. He was quite serious.
    • If, as I said, we were heads, it would be easy for us to reach an
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    • saying: I shall not touch you, I shall not harm a hair of your head,
    • harmed even a single hair of your head?
    • still lie ahead of us, this document represents a challenge to the
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    • First we see the head. As you know from earlier discussions, the
    • head as it appears in a particular incarnation is supposed to have
    • reached its final stage in that incarnation. The head is the part most
    • strongly exposed to death. For the way our head is formed is, for the
    • the other hand, the formation of our next head in our next incarnation
    • expressed this briefly by saying: Our body, apart from our head,
    • metamorphoses itself into our head in our next incarnation, while our
    • next body is growing towards us; whereas our present head is the
    • This is how the metamorphosis takes place. Our head, as it were,
    • into our head in our next incarnation. Now because our head is formed
    • has a great amount of work to do on this head between death and our new
    • in accordance with karma. That is why, even in the embryo, the head
    • hand, is influenced for the most part by the human organism. So this appears later than the head
    • been gathered through heredity, our head, in its form, its archetypal
    • is not for nothing that your head is more or less spherical in shape,
    • the universe works to form your head. Thus we can say that our head is
    • head for their next incarnation from out of the sphere of the universe,
    • head. The head is an image of the whole spherical cosmos. Not so, the
    • Imagine the cosmos like this. Then you can see the head as an image
    • paradox: The breast organs are half a head.
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    • nail on the head. And at the same time it would point to an
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    • is pushed back ... it is pushed back from the head, more into
    • head, in the same way in which it also spreads out in the whole
    • once more pushed up into the head. And so it goes up and down, up and
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    • is pushed down from the head and more into the other elements of the
    • and our ego, then our etheric body spreads back into our head and is
    • pushed back up into our head. Up and down it goes in the course of
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    • formation of the human head. It participates less in what is
    • attached to the head, and participates in a particular way in the
    • development of the human head. In a not too distant future, even
    • concerning all the organs and also concerning the human head. It will
    • qualities, whereas the formation of the head depends upon them only
    • very slightly. The form of the head is simply pushed together after
    • the forming of the head and the influences of the cosmos
    • these forces. What exists in the human head, has been worked out, as
    • head. The gradual development of the form of the head is the result
    • the whole cosmic connections! The human being who carries his head
    • of the head bestowed upon the human being! Man bears within him
    • Serpent, with a real serpent’s head, as large as the Tree. Can
    • him. Imagine now that man carries upon him his head, as the most
    • attached to the head. Everything that has, later on, developed
    • preparing the earthly human head, a human head that was not so dense
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    • outside, soaring above man's head, in appearance like a star, and which
    • outside the head of every man'. Paracelsus too, one of the last who,
    • bodies which forms the head becomes the expression of every feeling of
    • seen that that part of the etheric body which forms the head projects
    • beyond the head in both cases, and that both the etheric heads incline
    • expressed as a continual bowing and inclining of the etheric head of
    • other, a similar process can be observed; but then the etheric head
    • inclines back, it bends backwards. -Now whether the etheric head bends
    • backward where love is felt, in both cases the physical head then
    • the etheric body, is that the astral body remaining inside the head
    • astral light of the head. This then, my dear friends, — which is no
    • love are represented with an aura round their heads, which is known as
    • times the astral body in the vicinity of the head becomes clearly
    • normal way a man has a higher Spiritual principle outside his head
    • Spiritual world, and who soars round and surrounds my head. My soul
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    • outside, soaring above man's head, in appearance like a star, and which
    • outside the head of every man'. Paracelsus too, one of the last who,
    • bodies which forms the head becomes the expression of every feeling of
    • seen that that part of the etheric body which forms the head projects
    • beyond the head in both cases, and that both the etheric heads incline
    • expressed as a continual bowing and inclining of the etheric head of
    • other, a similar process can be observed; but then the etheric head
    • inclines back, it bends backwards. — Now whether the etheric head bends
    • backward where love is felt, in both cases the physical head then
    • the etheric body, is that the astral body remaining inside the head
    • astral light of the head. This then, my dear friends, — which is no
    • love are represented with an aura round their heads, which is known as
    • times the astral body in the vicinity of the head becomes clearly
    • normal way a man has a higher Spiritual principle outside his head
    • Spiritual world, and who soars round and surrounds my head. My soul
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    • known as biology as a unity, necessarily divided into the head,
    • attributes wisdom to the head, courage to the
    • reflex conception, the image of which is reflected into our head. We
    • concerned, connected with the head. Through the peculiar Organisation
    • of the head, the etheric body is able to be constantly awake when in
    • the human body, when connected with the physical head. We may
    • the astral body. When the head thinks, it does so under the influence
    • body with the head, the physical body with the whole outer world, with
    • is our etheric body to our head, the astral body to the heart and so
    • at different stages. The head of man is formed out of spirit, but is
    • metamorphosis of the head, as, in the sense of
    • For consider the following: When we look at the head which we as human
    • beings have today, that head is, as regards its outer form, the
    • head, to make its outer form a manifestation of the spiritual, that
    • the spiritual. The head, as head, least corresponds to the spiritual,
    • ideas drawn from the spiritual world. We compel our head — the etheric
    • body of our head — to picture things which are in nowise connected with
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    • head; what is the principal thing therein? What comes into
    • consideration there? What is the really active agent in the head? (or
    • human head, when a man forms ideas. Everything in the nature of the
    • external manifestation of the same forces as work in the human head.
    • eschatological hopes by the compassionate shaking of the head of those
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    • heads and what goes on all around them, a disharmony of such proportions
    • — That colleague hit the nail on the head. So you see, according
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    • developed higher up in man's organism and became related to the head
    • above her head. Thus, in order to visualize the meaning of the spiritual
    • at her feet and the stars above her head. Here the spiritual, the cosmic-spiritual
    • to a universal Godhead; or he may go to the other extreme and simply
    • and full of wisdom is a manifestation of the Godhead. Thus if it is
    • in our head were, aeons ago, exposed to the rays of the sun. Man at
    • that time had not the faculty of sight but the two places in his head
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    • do arrive at awareness of a universal Godhead or a universal spirituality.
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    • him looking ahead, being aware of the kind of experiences, feelings
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    • "To the Princes and Heads of States." Andrae wanted to show
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    • method unless they are literally off their heads.
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    • ahead. It is important to realize that it will be necessary
    • head aglow, absolutely fired with enthusiasm, and told me he
    • us say on the human head. But truths which go deep, even if
    • not only the head. To proclaim such truths one must be able
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    • ahead, possibly as early as the seventh millennium, all women
    • people putting their heads together, in a meeting, let us say
    • heads, for it has become inward. If there are thinkers
    • heads are hidden from view — the people who are sitting
    • clockwork in those visible physical heads. These people have
    • derogatory about empty heads; they will stay empty as part of
    • world. The heads are merely empty of something which was
    • clumsy in the face of the complexities that are lying ahead.
    • people are able to think of or create in their heads. And we
    • think that playful ideas will help them to look ahead to the
    • ideas to look ahead to the future. Anthroposophy is not a
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    • head — what is the relationship between the two? To get
    • tendencies; you would be following only your head, and
    • the head and the rest of the body. The human head is an
    • the rest of the body. The construction of the human head is
    • arose during Moon evolution, though the head has, in fact,
    • with only the form of the head emerging somewhat more
    • be purely elemental by nature. In the head, everything would
    • actual human being, for the human being is really a head with
    • the parts of the human being which are not head — you
    • course also had an effect on the head. This will give you an
    • head, which is their own, having come from earlier evolution,
    • not abstract, dead ones that come from the head — they
    • see, people fabricate the thoughts they have in their heads.
    • overcoming the luciferic element, and only reaches the head
    • associating with the gods; their heads do not normally know
    • heads are able to achieve by reflection what a single head
    • in the days ahead, for it is very interesting and very
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    • heading. And I am forced to say that historians dealing with
    • one of his best-known teachers was headmaster Herman Grimm.
    • that taught the headmaster a lesson. But, you see, Herder did
    • modified vertebrae which form part of the human head look
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    • into their heads.
    • society endeavour headed by Mrs Besant.
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    • their heads; they are meant as a challenge to see things
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    • who have made themselves at home in human heads. Yes, the
    • fruition. We cannot stand up to this by putting our heads in
    • backward angels who infest human heads, and we must know
    • dwell in heads filled with ahrimanic science; but heads
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    • immediately ahead of us, outer life will very much follow the
    • seek above all to take possession of our heads, of anything
    • and want to use human heads to continue to develop in the
    • with human beings. In the living human body only the head has
    • back of the head to the forehead — it is the direction
    • through the head. The human backbone, on the other hand, is
    • goes through them; not through the head, however, but through
    • animal backbone passes through the human head; the old Moon
    • taken into account in times like those which lie ahead; it
    • lies ahead life itself will have to be the subject for
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    • the earth's death — the catastrophe lying ahead
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    • inwardly able to look ahead to the twentieth century and
    • inculcated into people's heads. And it is difficult to form
    • see how he looks at the past and ahead to the future. He
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    • humanitarian services, perhaps as head of a charitable
    • efficient head of a business that he had built up, having
    • hurt him. Actually his head hurt, then his chest, and then his
    • tired, strung up, had continual headache — it was
    • people, all but their heads! Such a half-cured person goes
    • along the streets, and sees everyone without a head. That
    • of the inability to see the heads of people.
    • soul, these psychoanalysts are far ahead of what is offered in
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    • others a Godhead who is common to them all. The truth is that the
    • one universal Godhead, they do not — and this holds good above
    • all at the present time — really acknowledge this one Godhead,
    • the Earth below with some kind of Godhead up above, but they spoke in
    • machinations, and calamity looms ahead if men will not realise that
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    • human being without a head. I have brought to your attention that
    • their heads. It is a definite form of illness if one is unable to see
    • a person's head. Among contemporary researchers, there are some who
    • consciousness than the lady is in her muddle-headedness, that is to
    • brotherhoods that have at their head initiates who have exactly this
    • I have a tribe of people, a related clan; I have arranged ahead of
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    • minus their heads. That is a definite malady. So among
    • fast making headway and will continue to advance for some four
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    • as far as the forehead to chase away the fly. From a
    • all the nerve-interruptions — here is the head and here
    • expression — an “empty head” dissects. Here
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    • bouquet of nightingale heads presented in a hall! Now we are
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    • if you imagine that you also possess an etheric head
    • except that this etheric head cannot yet be used as an organ
    • the physical organization of the head and the physical
    • Why is the human head, the hidden head that corresponds to
    • knowledge concerning man. It is indeed a head that we bear
    • within us as the head of a second man; it is a head, but also
    • a body belongs to this head, and this body is, at first, the
    • head, but attached to it, the body of an animal — a
    • rhythm. The head belonging to this centaur sees the cosmic
    • This head is much wiser than our physical head. All human
    • appears as our physical head, although this is dulled down to
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    • the Easter thirty-three years ahead, and the spirits of these
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    • the nonsense that figures in so many heads today.
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    • respective headings Debit and Credit. In
    • thought in your head, and the configured air that passes
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    • hut the human being too was membered thus: head = Aries; neck
    • namely, the Ram to the head, the neck to the Bull, and so on.
    • constellations like fixed places — Aries the head,
    • human being which corresponds to the head, was in harmony
    • constellation of the head with the constellation of the
    • Cosmos. Man is related, through the head, not with the Earth
    • but with the Cosmos. Through the head, therefore, he is
    • his head — that is to say, with his Aries — he
    • whole Cosmos. He knew that with his head, which he turns
    • secret of the head — the Wise Men of the Mysteries
    • And it is perfectly true the human head is formed by the
    • the head — is informed and filled with forces, within
    • to his head, Man is connected with the fixed stars. His head
    • his head is assigned to the heaven of the fixed stars; and
    • ahead of the Sun — one day in 72 years.
    • nature. With our head we go quicker than with the rest of our
    • course, arc only to be taken approximately), our head has
    • gone ‘ahead’ of the rest of our body by a whole
    • the course of life in the head, and in the rest of the human
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    • Thereupon Horus, her son, became angry, tore the crown from her head
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    • through the head what the world contains of laws and so on. In these
    • old times men were clear that in this way, merely through head
    • only a name in my head? Today people no longer reflect on such
    • fighting men has one man at the head, they have this one man before
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    • head in place of the crown, and since then she has been portrayed
    • set a crown on her head in the place where once the old Isis had had
    • crowns on her head, the cow-horns and the paper crown embellished
    • head as cow-horns. No, there must be a conscious grasping by
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    • not proceed from the head, but from the lower body, and was of
    • head-region in man, the region of the brow, the upper head, the
    • actual head-region. The time began in which man mainly sought
    • to the world brought him thoughts. Head-knowing is quite
    • head-knowledge came to especial prominence. But in spite of the fact
    • that the human head is a true copy of the macrocosm, precisely
    • as physical head, the human head is not of very much value. And when
    • man depends upon his head, he can really arrive at nothing else than
    • from other aspects laid special stress on the head, and brought man
    • into an actual Head- and Thought-Civilization which ran its
    • thinking with reality. This head-civilization, this Aries-culture,
    • precisely through his head. It is particularly difficult today to
    • connected with man's head-nature. So that Mars, who at the same time
    • head-nature. In the fourth post-Atlantean epoch, which begins in the
    • Now the head of man
    • There is a transition from head to feet; the swing-over is an
    • forehead. Man can become great with this earth-culture in this fifth
    • manner he can ennoble and grasp through the forces of his head that
    • with the human head, the human countenance, the human word-formation.
    • calls pure chance that his head is still upon his shoulders. His head
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    • come quickly and make all things new.’ And he headed it with
    • anthroposophical spiritual science. We need not puzzle our heads over
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    • we look at a human being, as, let us say, head-man, and for the rest
    • see, to say: man in respect of his head is above all ruled by the
    • head is, we can say: man is ruled by the spherical form (see
    • complications, just as schematically one can picture the human head
    • Now, man's head is in
    • man can produce by way of human thoughts, human feelings. The head,
    • feelings, that the head as apparatus can supply, we should never be
    • committed to use the head alone as an instrument of our spiritual
    • to ourselves. For what is this head? This head is in truth, as it
    • their appearance in many heads. The human head is an image of the
    • coming about of a human head. But now, if through heredity,
    • through birth, this human head is transposed to the earth, it can be
    • given in our head an apparatus, as it were, which is like an extract
    • can see and can think through our head. Many people say nowadays
    • the wisdom of the head, and the wisdom of the head, it is true, does
    • not get beyond certain limits. This wisdom of the head, my dear
    • Gods. The Greek Gods have proceeded from the wisdom of the head. They
    • head of man can encompass with its wisdom.
    • regard the head of man differently from the rest of the organism.
    • spiritual, what is super-sensible and invisible. The head of man as it
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    • head-part and the remaining part. We can consider the head-part in
    • inner forces of the human head. Of course, it is also true —
    • speaking lightly — that everyone has his own head. Man
    • in each person's having his special head according to the position of
    • star-heaven in general that builds up our head, but its special
    • that the head is not merely given us quite passively but that we make
    • work chiefly upon the head. So that when the human head appears here
    • case of man, it is with the formation of his head that the whole
    • universe is concerned. The head has not merely come about through
    • what is in his head. On the other hand, we actually receive the rest
    • ancestors is not the form of the head nor its inner forces, and that
    • the head in fact is produced by forces of the cosmos. We should never
    • be nationalistic, my dear friends, if we were to follow our head
    • alone. The head is not in the least adapted to be nationalistic, for
    • in our thoughts does not come from the head; it comes from that
    • stream of humanity. This of course plays into the head when man is
    • head.
    • heredity, however, and that the part of man which excludes the head
    • has discovered the aura, the fact that the head is only influenced
    • enter forthwith. Inasmuch as we are born we bear in our head the
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  • Title: Earthly Death/Cosmic Life: Lecture 1: The Present Position of Spiritual Science
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    • the age and the fact that a schoolmaster, at present at the head of
  • Title: Earthly Death/Cosmic Life: Lecture 2: A Contribution to our Knowledge of the Human Being
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    • of man's head work from cosmos, and man's head is its image; the rest
    • origin. Man is twofold in perception - head and heart.
    • Wilsonism. Scholastic training only touches the head, and goes too
    • fast. When the head is 28 the rest is only about 7, in modern
    • death and re-birth we work on the head, and there is added something
    • future youthful forces. Education. Nothing now is given to the head
    • skeleton, and observed the difference between the head and the rest.
    • We have observed that the head, the chief part, is in a sense an
    • can very easily contrast the head resting on the skeleton, with the
    • head is more or less spherical, it is not a perfect sphere, but
    • head as approaching a spherical form is no superficial
    • spherical formation of his head is in no wise accidental. We must
    • bear in mind what we actually have before us in the human head. The
    • where I showed how the human head
    • the case of man (empirical embryology proves this) the head, in its
    • human head forms first in the maternal organism — so too is it
    • formation work from the whole cosmos, and man's head is an image of
    • it. That to which the head is attached (the skeleton), if carefully
    • comes to light in the spherical form of his head, on the other, he is
    • of the organism attached to the head. The whole of man's outer
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    • Higher consciousness. Our head consciousness is a sieve, but the
    • head rests over earth. Man's head rests on himself. This is due to
    • cosmos. Fatigue. Judgments of destiny pass through head and are
    • ordinary head-consciousness, of which many are so vain, is so to say,
    • destiny, pass through our head-consciousness as through a sieve, but
    • in the head, yet they are retained by the whole man. Man does not as
    • a rule think these experiences because in ordinary life the head
    • head. As regards thought the latter does something very similar to
    • the head in the animal? Its head rests directly over the earth. The
    • head is so placed in man that he carries it himself, whereas in the
    • central line of gravity of the head falls, so to speak, into the
    • animal's head, it falls directly to the earth, without going through
    • the central line of gravity of his head falls within himself, and he
    • the head is connected with his upright position. Man has his more
    • perfect brain because the central line of gravity of his head passes
    • only consider his head but his whole organism — man does in
    • the head as are the acts of destiny; but instead of allowing this
    • which pass through our head as through a sieve, are retained by our
    • structure and form with those of man, or the head of the animal with
    • human head does not differ so much from that of the animal; therefore
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    • and mere memory. Only in regard to his head, man is in the stream of
    • evolution. The head is oldest, and it is only the head that
    • only an appendage. The head develops three or four times quicker than
    • the head by means of the heart. Examination of teachers should be
    • head, and as the remaining part. Let us first divide man in this way.
    • science. If we observe the structure of the head purely
    • theory, may be applied. In respect of his head, man is placed, as it
    • were, in the stream of evolution; but only in respect of his head,
    • descent of man, we must think of the head alone, disregarding
    • head-being only, developing little by little and becoming what
    • he is to-day. What is attached to the head, although physically
    • his head, man is descended from the oldest organism, all the rest
    • grew later. The reason why the head is so important to the present
    • incarnations. In this respect man is a twofold being. The head is
    • organised quite differently from the rest of the organism. The head
    • ‘spiritualised animal’ only. Unless the head were
    • of that period; it only grew on to the head-part and is really in
    • this way: the head was once the whole man; below, it had outlets and
    • bring the head into connection with the influences streaming in
    • from the environment; and because the head also ossified above, the
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    • remember what I have often said; man is twofold, the head and the
    • works only upon the remainder of the organism, outside the head; and
    • from the head there proceeds another influence. Only through the
    • co-operation of the influence from the head, and that from the rest
    • character in its completeness. The influence from the head is
    • the rest of the organism, outside the head — with this, for
    • him, there works from the head the configuration of the nervous
    • system of the head, in its spiritual differentiation, in so far as
    • man is ‘nerve-man of the head’. — In France this is
    • the head; the head has its own rhythm. While in Italy it is the nerve
    • activity of the head which works together with the influence of the
    • air upon man, in France it is the rhythmic movement of the head, the
    • vibration of rhythm in the head, which works together with the
    • activity of the individual, in the head, joins forces with what is
    • from the head neutralising what comes from the environment. Just as
    • there is rhythm both in the rest of the organism and in the head, so
    • and in the head. The way in which the head performs its metabolism,
    • salting element, there comes to meet it, from the head, the head’s
    • electric currents. And again, something comes from the head to meet
    • metabolism of the head — in the same way, the will that
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    • “Man is a two-fold being;” his head and the rest of his
    • affects only the rest of the organism, and not the head. From the
    • head another activity goes forth. Only through the cooperative
    • working of the activity which proceeds from the head with that which comes
    • proceeds from the head is neutralized, as it were, by that which
    • air and which regulates the rest of the organism except the head,
    • there works also from the direction of the head, the nervous system
    • of the head in its spiritual differentiation, insofar as man is
    • ‘nerve-man of the head.’ In France this is different.
    • rhythm for the whole organism and different from that of the head;
    • the head has its own rhythm. While in Italy it is the nervous
    • activity of the head which works in combination with what is acted in
    • of the head — the vibrating of the rhythm in the head combined
    • takes place in the head of the individual man with what the
    • something neutralizing works from the head upon what comes from the
    • organism as well as in the head, so is also digestion, assimilation,
    • and the rest of the organism and in the head as well. As the organism
    • of the head accomplishes its metabolism, this process of the
    • earth-element in connection with the metabolism of the head, determines
    • opposed by the characteristic quality of the metabolism of the head.
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    • as such as head and the rest of the body. The head is in particular
    • that to which we should apply the Darwinian theory, the head is that
    • head, and now, when animals on the Earth are developing as they are,
    • the head, for that he has inherited; but, according to the
    • from the animals. The head descends from the animals, but only from
    • the etheric animals. We therefore carry an animal nature in our head,
    • it as anything spiritual. They got it into their heads that man
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    • that the human head, the peculiar kind of organization which I
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    • into three parts: first the head- or senses-man (this is not
    • exact but as the most important senses lie in the head, we
    • may say ‘head-man’). Secondly, the trunk-man; and
    • The head-man is really not in the process of progressive
    • development but of a retrogressive one. The head of man arrests
    • head-organism that man is really retrograding in respect to
    • his head, especially compared with the rest of the human
    • thought that this backward development of the head was
    • hairy, but the head belongs to the hairy portions, in
    • head, reverts to the rank of the animal, likewise shows the
    • retrograde development of the head. This is a superficial,
    • reason that the head is retrogressive, that evolution does
    • head, is dammed up and turned back, room is thereby created
    • head of man, perception and imagination and the waking life
    • waking till sleeping, the head, that is his inner
    • state is that our head in the waking state is nourished less
    • and we can only be awake and perceive because the head is
    • question arises: if our head hungers whilst we are undergoing
    • this backward development of the head — in sleep there
    • waking consciousness we are hungering in our head?
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    • tongues” descended on the heads of each of
    • head of each one. Formerly the souls of the individual
    • disciples on whose heads the flames descended; but that was
    • the flames descended on the head of each one of the
    • admit: “When I am old and gray-headed, or bald, I still
    • about with bald heads and gray hair and do not know that they
    • head
    • “all hope vanishes” from this head. That is the
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    • physical form: the man of head, chiefly concentrated
    • faculties, the structure of the head is seen to be derived
    • stream of physical heredity. In the formation of the head one
    • chief shore in the formation of the head, belongs not so much
    • through the formation of the head, into what we call the
    • the head is linked with a man's karma — with
    • decided, so individual a form as in the head. Each person has
    • his own individual form of head, pointing back to an earlier
    • physiology is to put things down in a row: — head,
    • of the head a picture of the deeds and feelings of the last
    • according to the particular formation of his head) a picture
    • — that might lead him, through the head, breast and
    • members of the human organism. For the head not only shows by
    • the activity of the head. By this I mean the following.
    • head, with outer perceptions, with the pictures brought to us
    • that the head is dreaming all the time we are awake. This is
    • the head has a continual flow of dreams. This we can easily
    • Latent in the consciousness of the head lies this dream of a
    • see that what I have described as the human head is, in terms
    • although “awake” as regards the head; and our
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    • It half lies within a hole of the rock, its head above it. On
    • headlong owing to his injury. The right hand of the central
    • and falls headlong. The right hand and arm point to the
    • his very being, and Lucifer falls headlong. Their inner
    • Ahriman's head, exactly as the figure first came to me; as a
    • man (remember the threefold division of man into head,
    • breast, and limb-being) who is all head, and therefore an
    • express this: his head, as you see it here, is true
    • head vanishes; but the ears and ear-muscles, the outer ear,
    • so that the head, wings and ears form one organ. These wings,
    • this head-organ, present themselves as the figure of Lucifer.
    • Therefore the head is only indicated. As to Ahriman, you will
    • as Lucifer's head (although you can hardly picture your own
    • head of the central figure in profile, as of necessity it
    • revealed itself. The head also had to be asymmetrical,
    • head of the central figure is complete.
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    • threefold division of head, breast, limbs. Of course his
    • whole being makes use of the head, on which depends the
    • fact that he has also, by means of his head, a dream-like
    • with its headquarters in the town from which
    • human happiness gets into the heads of such enemies of
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    • experienced more as a unity wherein the head-organism and the
    • The two experiences of head and body separate later, becoming
    • goes on, the head-organism needs to move itself further away
    • from the immediate earth-forces. The head rises;
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    • finger, head or ear — we feel ourselves within the other soul.
    • to explain how the head, in its physical form, can only be understood
    • that a head-bone might be produced from it. It is a difficult concept
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    • Godhead. When that time comes there will be no need for any religious
    • epoch of the Spiritual Soul is heading towards the definite event, and
    • image of the Godhead — this is what the Ahrimanic beings are
    • ahead of us. It might still happen that the aim of the Angels in their
    • So the crucial point lies ahead when either the path to the right can
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    • arising. That is indeed your head, the most material and the
    • years of age, your head becomes so that out of itself nothing
    • constitution of man the greatest materialist is the head.
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    • we saw how first of all we have to point to man's head. In a
    • certain sense this human head is really a kind of independent
    • skeleton and how easily the head can be detached; it can be
    • off like a ball as the head part. Things are not so
    • circles lying next each other, but one circle for the head, a
    • second circle that overlapped the head, and a third circle
    • physical nature, we should have to show him thus: Head part
    • be drawn out longwise. With the head part, with what is here
    • circle) This spiritual part of the head is a young spiritual
    • formation whereas the head itself is an old physical
    • formation, a physical form-being. For the head, what is
    • right when applied thus in general but for the head it is
    • right. What with regard to the head, I have shown here as
    • white, spiritual, is outside the head when you are asleep.
    • When you are awake it is united with the head and then for
    • the most part inside the physical head. It is therefore
    • separated most easily from the physical head, going out and
    • more we go over head, breast man, man of the limb system, we
    • head-man, as physical form, is something that is not man
    • head, in all its complicated formation, would not be as it is
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    • friends, you'll have to put up with it — it is the head.
    • And it is just because man is so organised that his head can
    • head has the power to make room for the spiritual. Now just
    • your head I am going to draw in the following way. This is
    • the diagram of your head (see red in diagram 5). but now, if
    • places in this head, these naturally are not very big; but
    • shown that man's head points to the past whereas the
    • polaric contrast, both the head and the extremities of man
    • same, only the head is a very old formation, it is
    • the head and much hangs on that. Much depends too on man
    • metamorphosis — the head an old metamorphosis. And
    • different from one another as the head man and extremities
    • head and his extremities organism too are simply
    • say: that head you are carrying is the metamorphosis of arms,
    • your head of the next incarnation.
    • my next incarnation ... how then should my head be made out
    • arms and legs, hands and feet become the head of my next
    • of the Godhead, now became an abstract concept — Pneuma.
    • date, the Roman Caesar was held to be God. The Godhead
    • this goes into the holes in the head (and this today I
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    • Ahriman. The human head with its tendency (one can see it in the skeleton)
    • hard, is Ahrimanic formation. If forces that work in the human head
    • by headness — so to say he would be entirely his own intelligence;
    • man, not the head-man, but the extremities, man in the broader sense;
    • there to make us headless, to take away our own intelligence and free-will.
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    • men have had in their heads; but that is not the case. As soon as one
    • or other organised according to the ideas men set in their heads. One
    • in man's conscious head-nature lives materialism; in his subconscious
    • in the head, in man's upper nature, there are only materialistic ideas
    • manes lower nature has no nourishment if the head harbours none but
    • such a culture is pre-eminently exposed not to their own head-nature
    • Just as the traditional element and false idealism in the head brings
    • lower man. And when this is not nourished from the head by new spiritual
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    • something unexplained, otherwise one makes no headway. And
    • volcano; people prefer to bury their heads in the sand. But
    • how they come to a head and end as insoluble problems! We
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    • elements of this. Look at the human being — behold his head: it
    • transparent to his fellow-man. The way his head is formed, the way he
    • things here said proceed from the fountain-head of the Spirit, and are
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    • fellow man. The form of his head, his gait, will awaken in us
    • men rather than to those who speak of the thorny path ahead
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    • former finance minister was appointed head of the Goethe
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    • headmaster, the worthy Kaltenbrunner, who placed it in a
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    • him to justify the presence of his head upon his shoulders.
    • One possesses a head — and equally surely one possesses
    • prince is appointed bishop, head of synod, etcetera. Thus we
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-social Forces In The Human Being
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    • a clearer way leads a shadowy existence in many human heads.
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    • prejudice. They think: within, in my head, or in my soul or
    • it. The perception is in my head too. I reflect that what he
    • The worthy Rector Kaltenbrunner, headmaster of the Grammar
    • once more the thing is standing on its head and must be set
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    • words may sound — we are hitting the nail on the head.
    • the head man, or nerves-and-senses man, from the chest man,
    • is true) in Russia the head man is at home. Let our Russian
    • Russia the heart-man is at home, and the head, of all things,
    • Russian head-culture appears predominantly as a culture of
    • — the Russian has his heart in his head. That is to
    • head, crosses his whole Intelligence, permeates everything.
    • It is the working of the heart upon the head, upon the
    • concepts and ideas, which configures the heart upon the head,
    • that their head is perpetually falling into their chest,
    • muscles works strongly even into the head. Hence the
    • it is so that his heart fumes up into his head. In the
    • English-speaking people the abdomen fumes up into the head
    • — but not only so, the head reacts in turn upon the
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    • enclosed in our own skin will have to do with it. We are heading toward
    • head is the whole human form metamorphosed from the previous incarnation,
    • except only the former head. Of course the physical matter passes over
    • just your head, the supersensible part of that form persists and becomes
    • your head in the next incarnation. There you have metamorphosis at its
    • head disappears, vanishes from the earth, for it goes out into the universe;
    • but your present body in this incarnation, except the head, is transformed,
    • and you will find it as your head in your next incarnation. You cannot
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    • in people's heads from premises that heads contained at the beginning
    • the fact that our head points to our previous earth-life and our limb-organization
    • of his head to you. You cannot help sensing in his head something of
    • face and head. Thus we acquire a view of the world that does not stop
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    • countries on the earth, will bow their heads in shame and grief. The
    • they could only have looked ahead a little! — but they have stopped
    • heads and human hearts! If this were actually the case, truly not only
    • by the heads, the hearts, the minds and souls — if sincere —
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    • is presented to us this New Year's Day when we are meant to look ahead
    • People such as he are heading in quite a different direction from a
    • rumbling around in their heads or hearts. And while all this rumbles
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    • And the reflection would not even enter his head that they have had 1900
    • head, and if I draw it as a diagram, in the animal this is the head
    • (see diagram). The head is immediately above the
    • earth, the earth is under the head organism in all animals, approximately
    • In man his head stands on
    • organism is under the head organism, as in the primal the earth is under
    • the head organism; man stands with his heed on his own earth. In the
    • extremities organism, the rear extremities, and the head. In man the
    • will, the will-organism, is inserted directly into the head and the
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    • for the fact is that men actually became headless in the fifteenth century—you
    • will forgive mel To become headless means that the head could no longer
    • he used properly, the head could no longer bring back thoughts out of
    • at through Spiritual Science is that we recognise our head as an instrument
    • the head is made good again by the spiritual world. For up to the present,
    • has always been accustomed to what the head was still getting from sleep
    • and in their headless condition men were still receiving impulses as
    • if they leave their thinking only to their head. And this is really
    • is really advanced spiritually that it no longer enters his head to
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  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • interpretations. They are headed by the Golden King, who represents
    • to the head of man, the man of nerves and senses; immediate judgment
    • life — are as radically different as head, breast and limbs. To
    • the same way as the stomach co-operates with the head and with the
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    • anatomy of the stomach, cannot understand the anatomy of the head or
    • are also able to form a right idea of the stomach, of the head, or of
    • chest and of the head into the head penetrates the spiritual
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    • in the heads of the leaders, by the help of which they gain their influence
    • that in our social chaos we shall make no headway until we succeed in
    • must manage its thinking through the head and not through the lungs,
    • exists alongside that of the head. Their mutual work cannot be carried
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    • are not to be convinced; they must first break their heads against the
    • on which they can fall back must at least be there in people is heads
    • The wrong-headed conceptions
    • that thoughts such as these live in a head and are realised; the importance
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    • of three relatively independent members. Just as the human head, the
    • moved from one place to another. Under those two headings you find everything
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    • by the third. For, as in the human being the three members, head-system,
    • over into each other. And as in the head you can trace disorder in the
    • is not taking care of the head, so too in the healthy social organism
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    • thinking has for its organ chiefly the human head, is bound up at least
    • from our recent discussions that what belongs to every human head today
    • excluding the head. I have often dwelt upon this with you. Naturally
    • the head,which even in the roundness of its form, resembles the cosmos,
    • will become the head, is the rest of the body of the previous incarnation.
    • we lose what belongs to the head as forces, and transform the forces
    • of the rest of the body into the head of our next incarnation. The great
    • is connected not with the head but with the remaining organism. When
    • and developed into the head organism, is transformed into its opposite
    • head. And just because of this something fresh must enter man, something
    • the head of Woodrow Wilson. In his speech of January, 1917, Wilson made
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    • head having a sense only for the material — as was the case with
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    • same reason as we have two arms and two heads.
    • seventh ahead of us leading to a great break in human
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    • forth. What does this show? Recall the human head and the
    • head of an animal Kopf for the same reason that we
    • the head Kopf is: it's so with regard to its form.
    • head Kopf is used, the dead have the experience of
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • consequences, went steadily ahead. But into economic life, too, there
    • penetrate into men via the heads of the administrators. A great deal
    • here was a man who had made a little headway in natural scientific thinking
    • instinct. But in this manner no headway can be made towards the
    • head; acts of perception, therefore, belong to the life of the nerves
    • the heads of men: there the earth radiates out more life into cosmic
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    • because spiritual science is not merely for the head but is for the whole of
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • metamorphosis of man. The head, in respect of its system of
    • until you realise that this head is the transformed man of
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    • head is the transformed man of the previous incarnation, and
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    • that which was to become law. It was so that for centuries ahead that
    • in the human being the nerves go out from the head, or the brain.
    • for of course they turn the heads of people in a materialistic way.
    • heads of men that one or the other way leads into the spiritual
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    • the head to play any part in a professed view of the world. But after
    • all, the head, or some element of the head, is necessary for any
    • only and the head is thrown in gratis.” This is more or less
    • without exerting the head at all. The heart cannot beat without the
    • head, but the heart is well able to take things in if by
    • ought to be achieved through the head is supposed to be thrown in
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    • want the head to play any part in a professed view of the
    • world. But after all, the head, or some element of the head,
    • the head is thrown in gratis.” This is more or less the
    • heart, as they say, without exerting the head at all. The
    • heart cannot beat without the head, but the heart is well
    • through the head is supposed to be thrown in gratis,
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    • would suffer from constant headache or migraine if they were
  • Title: Lecture: Differentation of Primeval Wisdom into East, Middle, West
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    • events — and we can read what such heads — I say
    • expressly such heads — as Iagow Bethmann (Michaelis has,
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    • loggerheads with right. Such tendencies are even now evident in the
    • exist, but contradictions of this kind exist only in the heads of
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    • themselves; left would be at loggerheads with right. Such
    • exist only in the heads of present-day scholars! If someone
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    • very nearest future: what we need is heads in
    • those heads that were shaped by the influence of a
    • men's heads. That is what one has wanted to work for
    • necessary. Heads are what we need, constructed
    • illumine these beclouded heads: so long, whether people
    • one unless one has filled one's head with something
    • arisen in many heads; but for the most part they are
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    • the development of the human head. Even a man's outer
    • his spiritual vision, from the man's head, precisely from
    • his head. Whether a man is skillful or clumsy, one sees
    • from his head. These so-called physical abilities of man,
    • his head. Now you know what I have often told you about
    • the shape of the head, basing my remarks on the most
    • shape in the human head, that gives the human head its
    • and the formation of the human head: then one is led
    • be called the head life; the rhythmic life can be called
    • threefold being: the head life is in independent
    • in itself. Just as the head cannot breathe but
    • and the human head system, the nerve-sense-life. How
    • parallel outer physical-spiritual life with the head
    • the spiritual life with the human head system has meaning
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    • pour down in manifold fiery tongues upon the heads of our
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    • have in their heads and in their souls about the different
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    • recent development than that the social problem has come to a head;
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    • the head from that of the human being. The latter we have again
    • development of the head and, on the other, everything that belongs to
    • human being wading in it, moving forward with only his head rising
    • Everything in which the head is rooted we would have to consider as
    • his head is concerned, the element in which the Spirits of Form unfold
    • their particular being. In regard to his head, man has become
    • faculties of his head, but indirectly through the effect of the rest
    • of his body upon the head. You all know that breathing is connected
    • physiology. But the blood is also driven into the head, creating an
    • organic, vital connection of the head with the rest of the organism.
    • The head is nourished and invigorated by the rest of the body.
    • fact that the head is in direct connection with the external world. If
    • direct connection between the outer world and your head. If you,
    • however, observe the life of your head as it is sustained by the
    • shooting up from the rest of the organism into the head and you may
    • your head and the surrounding world.
    • through the mouth, therefore breathing also belongs to the head. I
    • is inhaled through the mouth does not actually belong to the head, but
    • head and all that is sense activity. If we focus our attention upon
    • head. If we tend to go out beyond our head, we employ forces which
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    • contrast between the head formation and the rest of the human
    • into the evolution of man, the inquiry in regard to the head formation
    • If we focus our attention upon the head formation, from a purely
    • bodily aspect, in as far as this head formation contains the organism
    • human head formation has been gradually developed and transformed. Its
    • human being. We may say (Dr. Steiner draws a diagram): The head
    • found its conclusion in the human head reaches far back. But if we add
    • tempted not to think in this way in regard to the head and the rest of
    • man the rest of the human organism is larger than the head. The truth,
    • however, is that the head formation reaches furthest back in
    • to evolution, we can only say: The human head can be traced back to an
    • earlier animal formation. The human head is a transformed animal
    • had an animal form has become what is today the human head, and that
    • which has been added to the head as the rest of the human organism has
    • part of the human being, his head, points us back to the animal; in
    • regard to the head the human being himself had formerly a kind of
    • addition to the head at a time of cosmic evolution in which the
    • In a certain respect our head has become our organ of thinking. Our
    • If you look at a human head today, you will not at once discover
    • of the head organs you will recognize them as transformed animal
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    • belongs, we must only consider man in so far as he is a head-being. In
    • doing so we must realize that the designation “the head of
    • if I say: “man as a head-being,” this is spoken symbolically
    • existence as head-beings. Now, I have told you that this is only one
    • that the evolution of the head is retrogressive. In regard to his head
    • head, but in the human head in its state of gradual dying.
    • head. And here we touch a well-known secret of human nature, a secret
    • carries in his head a continual death process; but paralleling this
    • Lucifer. It is Lucifer's constant endeavor to make our head as living
    • in making the human head as living as is the rest of the organism.
    • the life forces out of the rest of our organism into our head.
    • forces of the human head means, in truth, to be able to diagnose all
    • organism, exclusive of the head, is fashioned; this organism is full
    • in the divine process of evolution, belong to the head. Thus, out of
    • Our head is in this declining evolution, whereas the rest of our
    • development. In our head there is room for spiritual development
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    • say to themselves more and more: through what I am by birth, my head
    • head. It is permeated by wisdom, generally valid wisdom. But this is
    • our head are correct; but this is a gift of the Luciferic element. And
    • element. The Luciferic element lies in our clear head, the Ahrimanic
    • world at present in such a way that his head is supported by Lucifer,
    • gradually become just as ordered as the head wisdom became ordered
    • what is culture of the head, what is culture of metabolism, which also
    • head wisdom. He also would have what has arisen since the fifteenth century
    • ancient Mystery culture, which has settled like a head-memory of this
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    • stating it simply, has its instrument in our head organism. And we
    • cast his opposing hosts, but into the human heads; there this
    • necessity, weakens the human head, and human beings become thereby so
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    • the incisive difference between that which we may call the human head
    • immediate future the differentiation between head man and the
    • differentiating between head man and the rest of man, then these two
    • if one considers how different is the position of the head
    • organization. Everything connected with the head organization, which
    • Indian culture. We may say: the human head organism of that time was
    • different from our present head organism to a great degree and the
    • We have, through our head organization, an incomplete nature
    • soul-void. Pre-existence vanishes from head-consciousness. When our
    • which stems from the head of man himself; this thought was only to
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    • the head, the organs of the breast system, and the organs of the
    • there is a connection between the head of Man and his life
    • only in his head system — in all that has to do with the life of
    • contains within it thinking, feeling and willing. In the head system
    • feebly than in the sphere of the head and only coming to consciousness
    • this. In our life of ideas, in our head life, we have processes which
    • that she struck him on the head, or on the mouth, or on the nose, but:
    • Only because in our head we are fully awake, do we rise up at all out
    • of this interplay with the elemental beings. In respect of our head
    • There in our head we emerge, so to speak, above the surface of the
    • heads. As soon, however, as we look down into the unconscious, as soon
    • heads, so to speak. Indeed, an entirely new kind of world-picture is
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    • The one wishes to soar beyond the head, as it were. All that causes a
    • sway through which man wishes to soar beyond his head, as it were,
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    • spiritual science must not be confused with sleepy-headedness, with
    • that when we consider the human head, we see that this human head as
    • head, we should have to be continually dying. We live only by means
    • being sent up into the head. The forces through which we finally die
    • have their being in our head — are in our head. The head
    • development in the head. If you represent the head in a sketch, you
    • and spirit enter. That is literally true: it is owing to our head
    • that we have soul and spirit, because our head is already perishing.
    • That is to say, in our head we are perpetually dying; and the
    • head; but this undertone of willing is a continuous stimulus, a
    • given over to the earth, that which played its role in our head
    • physically in the earth-body. You carry your head on your shoulders,
    • do with your human head, owing to the fact that your body becomes
    • And inversely, what we have in our head as
    • only with birth, for only then do we have a head — before that
    • in our head, through which we come into relation with other people
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    • theories which haunt the heads even of the proletariat are only a
    • They have the Aryan type, to which the Apollo head, the Pallas
    • Athene head, the Zeus head, the Hera head belong. Compare the ears of
    • the Apollo with those of a Mercury head, the nose of the Apollo with
    • that of a Mercury head, and you will see what a different type it is.
    • was the Zeus head, the Pallas Athene head, and so forth. And the very
    • devastation in the heads of Central European humanity — with
    • storm ahead with terrific energy when it would be better for them to
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    • certain extent for the death of man. With reference to our head
    • continual dying in our heads, for which our Will is mainly
    • our head, that which takes place objectively in the outer world when
    • Will is active in the human head; the chief part of the Will is
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    • head-side of the man's being, there remains in man an inferior kind of
    • spiritual knowledge. The head of the Waldorf-Astoria cigarette factory
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    • of soul-life and is not sitting up there in the head all
    • ready-made. What really sits up there in the head is the
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    • expression of what lives as thoughts in people's heads? How,
    • things are inside the heads of our contemporaries. Yet, from
    • the thoughts hatched inside human heads, there developed what
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    • events of the present, we head straight for sectarianism. We
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    • element of the child's head works on the physical head. What
    • “childishness,” “child-headedness,”
    • “childheadedness,” namely,
    • something that inhabits the head of a professor who today
    • easily tempted to lose their heads in mystical arrogance.
    • meaning “child-headedness.” Hence the
    • references below to the head, etc.
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    • earth incarnation. For, with the exception of the head, what
    • following life on earth. We have been given our head from our
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    • the head man, the rhythmic man and the limb and metabolic
    • life to the next, how the head is structured out of the
    • previous incarnation. For in regard to the head and the
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    • through the human head; the centrifugal ones work primarily
    • nature of the forces that work chiefly in the human head and
    • Modern people believe that they think only with the head.
    • the head but with his whole being. Arms and legs are just as
    • much organs of the soul as is the head. It is one of the
    • the head organization underlying the mind and spirit we deal
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    • comes to expression in the shape of the head in the next
    • it is the blood of his head that flows through his legs, if,
    • organism? In the same way that we cannot consider the head by
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    • judgments by pursuing thoughts in their wise heads on how to
    • ahead and introduce compulsory labor, but in ten years you
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    • this feeling will increase very fast. In the decades ahead, it will
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    • that is contained in head and countenance from what is organised below
    • mere question of dimensions when I say that the human head in respect
    • essential difference between an organ in the human head and an organ
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    • being, consisting firstly of the characteristic head organisation,
    • which does not of course include the head alone but chiefly functions
    • will first think of him as Head man, Rhythmic man and Limb man. Of
    • This does not apply to the Head man, for what is he? (We are not now
    • forces which condition him.) The Head man is the metamorphosis of
    • the head. Thus the Head man and the Limb man are complete polar
    • This antithesis between the Head man and the Limb man must be still
    • incarnation, and your head in this incarnation. The head is formed
    • The head is formed in the same way as the new seed in the plant is
    • previous incarnation, and out of this root has grown the head of the
    • present incarnation. The head, therefore, represents something
    • different and we will speak about this later.) But the head is
    • influences. Only because the head withdraws from the Earth-forces are
    • head to separate itself entirely from Earth influences, we could not
    • that your head actually represents the transformed Limb man. The
    • latter however walks upon the Earth's surface, not so the head. The
    • head may be compared with a man who is comfortably seated in a motor
    • car or in a train; he does not move and yet goes forward. The head is
    • advances forward, and the head rests as though in a vehicle, not
    • evident way from the Earth forces. The head is like the man who lets
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    • one another; it is only the faculty of mental abstraction in the head
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    • man’, who is regulated by the head, is in its origin the outcome
    • the head man, through a metamorphosis which takes place between
    • about embryonic facts. And thereby we have in our head organisation a
    • man to head man is active in an entirely different world — the
    • world is manifested in the head organism of Man. In a certain sense
    • world, in that the head projects the principal sense-organs outwards.
    • his senses, and so it too belongs in a certain sense to the head
    • head man. Our connection with the world that lies behind
    • to the perceptive or head man, so we have in what appears as the
    • ahead. This is the reason of the movement of the Vernal Point (the
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    • in the time between death and a new birth into the head-form. These
    • transformation of the forces of the limb-man into those of the head
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    • of Man, we divided him into three parts: head, rhythmic man and limbs.
    • then have the head-organisation on the one hand and all that makes up
    • head-organisation, we must be able to understand how it is related to
    • the whole evolution of Man. The head is a later metamorphosis, a
    • forces. Were you to imagine yourself without your head — and of
    • but really belongs to the head — you would, in the first place,
    • in the next incarnation the head-organisation. In other words, that
    • head-organisation. But if you wish to understand how this
    • and compare it with your head-organisation. You will at once become
    • or head, are directed inwards, as instanced by the kidneys,
    • characteristic organ of the head — the eye, for instance —
    • impressions are transmitted inwardly to the reason, to the head. In
    • any particular organ of the head you have the polar opposite of an
    • the opposite to ‘head’) have been transformed. So that one
    • head organisation and the rest of the body with its organs. The body
    • becomes head, and we lose the head at death in so far as its formative
    • head-development, and that of the rest of the organism. We see the
    • human head-organisation represented by a process to which I have
    • realise that its development proceeds out of the head organisation; it
    • the head and of the second teeth with the whole human
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    • head-organism. This latter is in reality nothing more than the
    • lose the structural forces of the head when we pass over in death.
    • spiritual world the human head is determined in the womb of the
    • higher (head) man and lower (limb) man by way of the astral is based
    • head forward and backward; we stand and walk erect. We
    • nerves. (We must not depict in diagrammatic form the head, breast
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    • between the Head-organisation and the Limb-man (the latter extending
    • first to be created. Anyone who is able to observe the human head in
    • head; but he cannot understand it without filling in the intermediate
    • him, out of the true form of the human head, one can arrive at what is
    • expressed in this human head. The picture must speak through itself,
    • not through the mere likeness to the original. The human head speaks
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    • organisation of the head and that of the limb man — a subject on
    • First of all I would remind you that the head-organisation, as it
    • must conclude that everything connected with the head-organisation
    • head, however, we virtually bring with us in its organisation at
    • birth; therefore the head is primarily adjusted not to earthly
    • The head therefore is in a peculiar position in relation to the rest
    • head during the early epochs of his Earth-life.
    • same with the human head. Man does many things in the physical world
    • with the rest of his organism: the head in a sense has no part in what
    • we have in the human head something organised in this way for the
    • organisation of the head and that of the rest of man. This interaction
    • passes between birth and death. The head, as we receive it from the
    • connection with the world through the head-organisation would in
    • the head ideas only — that is, no more than pictures of earthly
    • beyond it with our head; as though through our head we were beings who
    • organism sends its forces into the head. If we enquire into the
    • more directed from the rest of the organism into the head, if we wish
    • Thought-nature of the head with Will-forces. Thus we can say, in
    • effect, speaking diagrammatically, that we acquire the head as the
    • As head-man we are born in this earthly world as beings of thought and
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    • head to a world beyond the Earth — a world that lies outside the
    • world upon which the rest of the human organism is dependent. The head
    • and if our Earth is the head of the Cosmos, it expresses in winter the
    • the head in man to the rest of his organism. The head separates itself
    • this extra in our head? Our head has something extra, namely its
    • co-ordination to the super-sensible world; only, our head is at rest
    • do the exact opposite as regards their emancipation. Whereas our head
    • their past not to space alone, but to that to which our head is also
    • related; only these relations take opposite courses — our head
    • more spiritual organisation of the head and the rest of the human
    • Saturn with the formation of the human head, Mercury and Venus with
    • turning inside out in the case of the human head, or when we do not
    • peculiar. We do not in that case think with our head at all. And this
    • Spiritual Science. Man would like to wrest his head free and think
    • He wants to set free the head. He has no desire to lay claim to what
    • successive Earth-lives, but carrying their head as it were with
    • which brings man to take his head in earnest once more! From one point
    • takes the human head in earnest, not merely regarding it as an
    • rapidly approaches barbarism, would like to free the head. Spiritual
    • ‘Use your heads!’ This can only be done by taking the belief
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    • head alone is the development from the lower animal form. What is
    • column we have something which transforms itself into head, we must
    • say: Our head certainly arose from earlier structures which were
    • head-organisation has arisen from a differently formed spine.
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    • and if we then picture to ourselves how the formation of our head
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    • fact that in those olden times man did not feel his head so strongly
    • shut off by his skull, he felt that that which lived in his head
    • for he felt his head in living connection with them. Thus he said to
    • myself, who live there in living communion of my head with the
    • configuration of the stars then no longer works in my head, for the
    • preceding the Earth (we call it the Moon existence) my whole head was
    • constitution; we can go a step further. In the human head we can pass
    • have the rest of man as an appendage; the head as appendage of the
    • knowledge — we see in the human head, inasmuch as it is the
    • head. The blood however in passing through the organism takes up the
    • And then we have the blood-circulation that goes to the head, which
    • includes all that composes the head. Just as the circulatory course of
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    • asserts itself in our head has very much to do with this inner work
    • Taking first the whole of the rest of man, and then his head, we can
    • former to the latter; and the fact that ultimately the head has to do
    • human head, brings it about that all substance falls away like a
    • the case with the human head; only here no substance whatever is
    • is the activity of the human head; it forms what are mere pictures,
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • Anyone who understands the human head in the right way can
    • the head is connected with former lives which have been
    • formation beyond death of the future human head. At the same
    • certainly say that the particular formation of his head is a
    • his having any such formation of the head as the one he
    • he set foot on the Earth. In essentials, the head-formation
    • us in the human head is formed out of the three preceding
    • one. Hence we can study the formation of the human head while
    • study the human head in relation to that. We then come to
    • we draw the human head diagrammatically we can say: As the
    • Moon moves round the Earth, it moves also round man's head.
    • am always referring to the human head. On the opposite side
    • of the human head in the body of the mother. The
    • configuration of the human head is altogether the work of
    • or nose, and that the back of the head, which should depend
    • head. In the body of the mother, too, the child has a special
    • the head. He will have different gifts, physically, if the
    • human ovum, starting with the formation of the head. For in
    • the human being the head is the first thing to take shape.
    • here how the head is cosmically connected with the external
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    • assigned to the human head, the will element preferably to the
    • in people, are not only in people bound to their head
    • a feeling which says: why should we split our heads with cosmic
    • past, spilling into the present. However, in the human head is
    • something different. In the human head thoughts are separated
    • Now it has become thought, is bound to our head organization,
    • resurrected like a living copy of the cosmos in our head
    • have been retained in our head. These thoughts are sent into
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    • formed by having a head, a trunk in the middle and some limbs,
    • head, trunk and limbs. Nowhere will you discover any kind of
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    • chooses our head, so to speak, as its chief organ, our head which has
    • head. Our will organization, however, expresses itself in what is
    • in the middle between the head organization proper, which is
    • outer visible expression between heaven and earth. Our head points
    • just in our head organization something formed by the macrocosm, we
    • head life. For the epoch in which the ancient oriental wisdom
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    • obliged to creep, and then wakes up with a headache, and so on.
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    • unfolds whenever we raise an arm or turn the head, unless we take
    • — unites the will that rays towards the head with the thoughts
    • head, which with its hard skull and tendency to ossification,
    • our head that which, from an earlier time when it was reality, comes
    • the head. That is how the past, dying away into semblance, is kindled
    • into the world from our head encounters our thought-permeated deeds.
    • bear in ourselves that which brings matter to birth: our head; and we
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    • undivided Godhead in an age when his people felt themselves to be a
    • the original Godhead who holds sway in heredity and in the world of
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    • really to make any headway in spiritual research must be on their
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    • don't need to think of something drifting over our heads which
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    • the head, but cannot make a person an artist in pedagogy; it
    • does not affect the whole man, but simply the head.
    • course, there can be no question of throwing at anyone's head
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    • your head, but it does not grip your whole nature. Your whole
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    • religious experience (as in `addressing God') but God, the head
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    • — is the Head-organisation, the bearer of the
    • separated, severed, in respect of our head-system.
    • upon the head-system of man. I will draw here the head-system
    • the laggard Spirits of Form restrict themselves to the head and
    • will to the whole man; they give will to the head. The head
    • in evolution and confine themselves to the human head. That is
    • head, the activity of phantasy, art, and so on. But because man
    • who work on the head-nature. Even in the time of Plato you find
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    • On other occasions I have said that the head-organisation of man
    • can be understood only in the light of the knowledge that in the head
    • death that are all the time present in the head and enable man to
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    • some extent in our head as intellect was spread over the whole
    • localised in our head as intellect he saw as something which
    • to keep it in their heads instead of on the library
    • with their own heads, for perhaps they would be
    • something of an intellectual nature with his head, is just as
    • culture only develops in the head, as it were, and hovers too
    • far away from the surface of the earth, merely in our heads. It
    • makes no difference if many people are short, and their heads
    • the heads, and it ought to sink down to the hearts. But lying
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    • head, and in the head in turn the organization of the
    • structures. The more closely we approach the head
    • they were beheaded. Suppose they could not distinguish
    • afterwards between such a dream and the actual beheading;
    • suppose they thought they really had been beheaded and yet
    • just been beheaded, and if they presumed they had to believe
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    • Structural forces of the head are recognized by imagination; those of
    • human head, but in a certain sense it extends over the whole
    • relating to the human head organization as well as to the
    • proceeding from our head organization, is forever going on
    • our head organization, on the system of nerves and senses,
    • streams out, as it were, from our head to the remaining
    • head, only then does death set in for the whole organism.
    • in the human head organization. The interior of the human
    • head breathes together with the breathing organism. This is
    • the human head lies, as it were, more within; it conceals
    • over by what constitutes the chief task of the head
    • organization. Still, the human head has its own concealed
    • in the case of the head organization, we cannot see in it a
    • up, we can say: As the basis of the human head we have, first
    • senses in the human head.
    • of the human head we have a realized Imaginative world;
    • the rhythm in the head. Still further behind this, there is
    • the metabolism of the head, hence a realized Intuitive
    • element. Thus we can comprehend our head, if we [see] in it the
    • organization of the head, a replica of what we strive for in
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    • with all that we are as human beings, with head and heart.
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    • forehead is to a certain other part of the head as that in
    • turn is to the whole length of the head, and so on. All this
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    • which these streams are gradually heading, and they are more
    • and more clearly heading there, namely, we can count on what
    • and more, things will come to a head in such a way that a
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    • mind nobody would believe that light is only in our heads.
    • is dark outside and light exists only in the human head would
    • have said that the intellect was only in his head. Such a
    • spiritual from their heads; in regard to their will, they
    • head-oriented creatures, that in regard to acting in the
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    • head-organisation. The Sun forces work within the organism as well,
    • the head. The ‘lower’ man, then, comprises the other part of
    • Thus we have the upper part of man, including the head and everything
    • that is organically connected with the head. The formation of this
    • way of the human head, promotes and is responsible for setting up the
    • the region of the human head is connected with the Saturn forces, the
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    • through the eye into the human head organization, they also
    • bloodstream flowing upwards toward the head as “upper
    • including his head and whatever is organically connected with
    • the human head, brings about a correct relationship of the
    • as it is tied to the region of the human head.
    • incorporate it into the latter, and proceeding from the head
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    • man,’ became subject to the force of earthly gravity, he was adapted as ‘head
    • and thousands of years ahead. But this is mere illusion. In reality it is by no
    • the earlier life is transformed into the head of the subsequent life — it is
    • between the head and the rest of the human structure. Without this insight we
    • cannot perceive the inner, organic connection between the head and the rest of
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    • in his head system he was enabled to cosmic existence. Human
    • head develops from the form of the earlier remainder of the
    • inner comprehension of the difference between the head and
    • must attain if we would plastically connect the head with the
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    • beings, will have returned to it. It is the Godhead when it
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    • world and the entering into the resting Godhead. The first
    • resting Godhead, the noncreated and noncreating being, is
    • live even more in the resting Godhead than did Scotus
    • Erigena. This Godhead awaits our attainment of Imagination
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    • head and its fluids make themselves felt. There the part of
    • movement of the phlegm in the head, hence, this is the reason
    • basically a ray from the Godhead which returns again into the
    • Godhead when the human being dies. It is real, but not
    • the eternal element through the ray of the Godhead between
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    • the entire human being in whom the head is the main bearer of
    • the nerve-sense organs; then we consider the head itself. A
    • he has a head; the head is the most human part of man. In the
    • human being as a whole and in the head, we already encounter
    • immediately aware of what the modern scholar had in his head,
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    • head; we have the rhythmic organization, including the rhythm
    • every human being has a differently formed head. If we now
    • consider these forces that form the human head — of
    • the head its physiognomy, its whole character, its
    • have in the head a metamorphic transformation of the
    • head for the next incarnation. If we understand the human
    • the human head of today to the metabolic-limb system of the
    • metabolic-limb system forward to the head organization of the
    • that form our head outwardly, that stamp upon our head
    • study in the outer form of the head must be sought in an
    • actually should only form the head in the next incarnation
    • head, as with the lungs, but into the inner disposition of
    • influence the head organization more from the emotional side.
    • sense, but by way of the head organization.
    • sense which, by way of the head organization, are intended
    • been able to speak of the head, in speaking about
    • transformations, for the head is simply cast off; its forces
    • through the metabolic-limb system and forms our head with all
    • earthly life. Our head itself is a sphere. Only because the
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    • the whole body, but is located primarily in the head; we have
    • individually shaped head. If we consider the forces which
    • shape the human head — of course you must not think
    • of that which gives to the head its physiognomy, its entire
    • have in the head the transformation of the earlier metabolic
    • metamorphosis and shaping the head for our next incarnation.
    • of the idea of metamorphosis, from the human head of today to
    • look from the present metabolic system forward to the head
    • head outwardly, stamp upon it its physiognomy. That which the
    • which should form the head only in the next incarnation, there
    • pass over, this time not into the shape of the head, but into
    • following incarnation, influence the head organization
    • through the head organization.
    • head organization, are intended for our next incarnation.
    • whole structure of the human being. We cannot speak of the head
    • in relation to metamorphoses, for the head is simply cast off,
    • forming our head with all its predispositions and tendencies in
    • over beyond earth life. Our head itself is a sphere, and this
    • attached to it. Our head is formed out of the cosmos. When we
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    • head — and therefore from the sense perceptions, the
    • senses here, then he develops, primarily through the head
    • (though the human being is head in total), the life that we
    • essentially what existed already as picture, arises the head
    • distributes itself over the head and the rest of the human
    • being. The head is essentially, let me say, crystallized,
    • only in the head. After all, you know your
    • awakens actually only in relation to the head-man. This all
    • images as such is actually the concern of the head. When you
    • really make judgments with your head at all; you make
    • based on the head; it is based on the legs! Of course nobody
    • itself in the head as mental image and then actually becomes
    • life, which lives itself out in the head, leads us to be able
    • to have mental images. In the head we are old in relation to
    • we carry with us as our head is always reminiscent of the
    • The head is simply a copy of the cosmos, brought about by
    • we have, to begin with, the head, and the rest of the body is
    • strives to make the human being all head. Lucifer continually
    • strives to cut the head off so that the human being cannot
    • human being will become merely a head. The head will become
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    • is for the most part reflection. Even when we think ahead, as it
    • head-man,” we will consider him from the point of
    • view of his head organisation. He surveys the tapestry of the senses.
    • as human beings, take our head-organisation and the rest of the organisation
    • we turn our attention to the head organisation it is extraordinarily
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    • the head, the nerve-sensory part of what exists in the human being,
    • another standpoint, how certain people, who felt that the head of
    • shall grow smaller and smaller, and the head shall grow larger and
    • nothing but a ball, a round head rolling along over the surface of
    • thinking part of man, the head of man. And we must ask: What
    • materialists with our head ... but in that case we do not control our
    • heads; but below, they have their will, the volitive part of man,
    • with its entirely spiritual inclinations (but the head does not know
    • head is skillfully engaged in elaborating material things and
    • certainly rooted, in so far as the conceptions permeate the head, in
    • can, of course appear to the head as altogether clean, bourgeois
    • the abstract thinking logic, which merely takes hold of the head, and
    • merely come from the head, but from the whole human being. We might
    • everything which lives inside his skin is reflected in the head, it
    • is merely a “head”-knowledge ... but the chief thing to
    • Above all, it does not educate the head of man, but it educates the
    • the head. This is the standpoint from which the whole matter should
    • head and of the mind with knowledge, but it should constitute a real
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    • when we listen to words, we are hearing merely what the head of
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    • ahead. The signs of the times stand with menacing significance before
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    • Sun-nature are related to one another as Father Godhead is to Son
    • Godhead.
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    • of an arm, leg, or head; when one experiences the grasping of
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    • away from the earth, which would raise the head aloft. We are
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    • intellectual civilization. He is heading toward this danger,
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    • mind that in regard to the formation of the head, the human
    • head, he is placed into the whole universe. But we can only
    • connected with the head, man turns towards the whole
    • cosmos, and by bringing his head through birth, from the
    • head, he takes back, as it were, into himself, what is
    • Head
    • for in the past, the ships were adorned with the heads of
    • head (consider everything I have already explained to you)
    • insofar as he has a head; he develops within his own self
    • eight members are still in a rudimentary stage. The head is
    • being, but the thorax and the head attached to it are
    • The first one, the head, is in reality the transformation
    • his head. We then have before us a complete human being.
    • turned backwards and the head is sitting on its legs. The
    • head is a complete human being, but its legs are reversed;
    • hidden itself into the head which has become a sphere,
    • head and the thorax still form a whole in the child, during
    • educated. The human being living in the head is the
    • childish head teaches the child (“Kindskopf den
    • always remains a child in regard to his head. He only grows
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    • ahead. The lectures dealt with the Folk-Souls of the European peoples
    • to put their heads in the sand, saying that things will improve of
    • of the head. In all its parts, the head is a copy of the
    • systems. The essential form of the head, however, is a copy of the
    • Linked to the head-structure is another formation which still retains
    • peculiarly adapted to work upon the human head in such a way
    • possible for the head of man to develop in such a way that
    • which is that the Ram is depicted with his head looking backwards.
    • forces of the human head are developed essentially through the forces
    • — Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio. The human head receives its form
    • The spherical form of the head — this was known to be connected
    • dolphin's head at the prow of vessels. This is what underlies the
    • Cosmos. The head is spherical; here man is directly exposed to the
    • shape his head and it is left to the forces of Earth to shape and
    • two poles. There is the head-life and the life that expresses itself
    • find the head-organisation; at the other, the limb-organisation.
    • The head represents the dying part of man's being, for the head is
    • metabolic process to the head. If the head were to unfold merely its
    • moment the pure life-forces flow in excess to the head, consciousness
    • for example, were to pass up to the head, the head would be without
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    • structure of the human head and the organs connected with it, are
    • life in him. We should not be able to think, the head would not be an
    • the head, consciousness is extinguished; we lose our consciousness of
    • human head are not merely forces of the present life. They are the
    • Within the head we really have a physical mirror-image of the thoughts
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    • Man's head. (I say the hollow of his head because I have often shown
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    • the Godhead may be venerated as the Father Principle but that the
    • Godhead can also be conceived as the Son. Humanity in general, as well
    • took different forms, of the dwelling of the Godhead on earth. The
    • people thought of the Godhead as bound up with the forces of the
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    • later still. Demands are made, not of the head but of the artistic
    • make demands on the head will, of course, have to reckon with
    • from the head; the soul element grows further and further towards the
    • starting with the head. Not until knowledge such as this is taken
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    • prince of this world’, on the working of the human head.
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    • and metabolism. This blue part in the drawing is the head organism.
    • the embryo, at first that of the head, the element of spirit and soul
    • indeed headed in this direction. But for the moment this still
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    • located mainly in the head. The rhythmical organism is located mainly
    • look first at the head organization which is chiefly, though not
    • our head is for the most part a metamorphosis — not in its
    • our head organization in this life. Here in our head we have a house
    • limbs and metabolism from our former incarnation, and in this head
    • head we bear the living memory of our former earthly life. And this
    • start not in our head, but in our rhythmical organism. Everything
    • head all we have is an image out of our former earthly life, filled
    • may seem — not in our head, and not in our breast, but in our
    • dwell in his head, he perceives them as a memory of the reality of
    • head organization is to remember your former life on earth.
    • accordance with your head, the memory of your former earthly life is
    • in your thought life. In your head you have the human being your were
    • with the head about what happens in the present time is something
    • trained, not the head system. These days human beings cannot find the
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    • head or of the nerves and senses as discussed yesterday;
    • has no special feeling that the human head, for instance, is in any
    • in the same way as is a muscle in the head. But it ought to be known
    • that the head is, in the main, a metamorphosis of the system of limbs
    • head occupies a place in evolution which is quite different from that
    • solid, earthly realm through our head organization. We should never
    • possess our head organization, which is, however, an echo of the limb
    • the head. But it is our head which makes us solid. Everything solid
    • and earthly in us derives from our head, as far as the forces in it
    • head the solid earth is in us. And whatever is solid anywhere else in
    • our body rays down through us from our head. The origin of our solid
    • bones lies in our head. But there is also in our head a transition to
    • the cerebral fluid. In our head there is a constant inter-mingling
    • that if you study external nature, and then study your head in the
    • could it ever arise out of the present moment. For a human head could
    • human head must not be studied in the same way as objects are studied
    • Imagination. The human head will not be understood until it is
    • organization are only what our head sends down into this surging
    • mingle together (see diagram, green, yellow). Into this, the head
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    • only on a part of the human being, the head part, while all the rest
    • guided from the head, but when the hands were used to such an extent
    • there, although it may be present only in the heads of human beings.
    • fought by spirits in the air above the heads of human beings.
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    • comprehends. Faust, ‘image of the Godhead’, cannot
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    • that in such heads every capacity for thinking clearly has ceased;
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    • build the Goetheanum, its headquarters at Dornach, near Basle, Switzerland,
    • headquarters it would have commissioned an architect to design it on
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    • Radiant Star; he was named from the radiant Godhead Who sends to
    • the Cosmic Godhead united with the forces of the Sun. In the first
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    • the Cosmic Godhead united with the forces of the Sun. In the first
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    • thinking, which he had hardly felt as a function of the head at all, streamed
    • science, is acquired through the head. As the head has a thick skull, this
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    • slid down from the head to some deeper region. That human
    • from the region of the head must be obvious even to external
    • person's reason and intellect resided in his head, and what was in
    • the head would be conveyed through the spoken word. There are many
    • located in the head of many of their contemporaries; rather do they
    • in fact an admission that reason no longer resides in the head. It
    • head in what their soul brings to light.
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    • especially in the head by the Ego and the soul. The
    • instead we should picture to ourselves that the head is the
    • vicinity of the head. Strictly speaking, when we are asleep,
    • body only as far as the head is concerned.
    • the head — that is, principally the nervous-sensory
    • system and a part of the respiration which permeates the head
    • he was asleep they took up their abode in his head. The human
    • Ego and the human soul abandoned the head: and there, the
    • into his head, and there he found the results of all that had
    • waking up, the human being thus found in his head the deeds of
    • the fact that the gods had been active in his head while he was
    • head.
    • Even if the gods were still to be active in his head during
    • were they still to use his head-organisation as a field
    • ancient Oriental felt his head to be the earthly field of
    • condition the gods developed a mighty power in his head. This
    • concerns in the human head. In man we distinguish a threefold
    • being: The nervous-sensory being centred chiefly in the head,
    • opened their workshop, as it were, in the head of man while he
    • head, they work now in his metabolic system. But the
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    • right-hand side of my head, I feel it; if I am pricked on the
    • you were able to think well as a child of 12, your head having now
    • inclines his head in that direction, and where Judas turns away
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    • that he turned over certain questions in his head, as a modern
    • over in his head, and expect answers to arise from his own brain. The
    • of life. This continual turmoil in his head shuts man off from the
    • can understand how the human head is actually moulded in the image of
    • the earth herself. In the human embryo it is the head which first
    • of the body is joined on to it. When the human head is bathed in
    • head is analogous to “earthly” will shines out into the
    • upon the human head, for the forces of will in the head are
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    • head-organisation of man, the seventy-two sub-heavenly Powers with the
    • Lo! instead of a demon there appeared the Godhead Himself!
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    • example, a man with a forehead sloping backward and a very
    • prominent chin moves his head differently than someone with a
    • receding chin and a strikingly projecting forehead. Everywhere
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    • Godhead, then this omniscient being must actually also know whether
    • experiences how it can be that God, nevertheless, sees ahead.
    • Godhead is to be found in the evolution of mankind; evil can actually
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    • will, in opposition to all that is moving headlong toward
    • like a tumbler, first stand on his head and then turn over, in
    • a brick had fallen on the head of Archimedes, then, according
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    • that a head is still there continually indulging in
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    • our head to vibrate, something that had remained entirely
    • organism — except in his head. What is otherwise in
    • movement in all the rest of the human organism is, in the head, at
    • throughout the entire human body, except in the head. In the head
    • in the head. So that in sleep the whole human being — the
    • head as well as the rest of the human being — has an etheric
    • etheric movements in the head; however, when we awaken
    • pictures into the etheric body which permeates the head when it is
    • to bring forms into the etheric body of the head. This then makes
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    • human head of the next incarnation. Above are, we then say, what was
    • own thoughts in my head,” — that would have been quite
    • life of Angels in my head”; and then in later times: “I
    • have the life of elemental beings in my head.” Then came the
    • longer has spiritual beings in his head, but only thoughts —
    • thoughts in his head, he can make for himself pictures of the outer
    • in the epoch when intellectuality puts only thoughts into our heads,
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    • human head of the next incarnation. Above are, we then say, what was
    • own thoughts in my head,” — that would have been quite
    • life of Angels in my head”; and then in later times: “I
    • have the life of elemental beings in my head.” Then came the
    • longer has spiritual beings in his head, but only thoughts —
    • thoughts in his head, he can make for himself pictures of the outer
    • in the epoch when intellectuality puts only thoughts into our heads,
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    • preparing the human head for the next incarnation. Above, we then
    • could never say, “I have my thoughts in my head.” That
    • “I have the life of angels in my head;” and then in later
    • elemental beings in my head.” Then came the fifteenth century;
    • anything spiritual in our heads; only thoughts are in our heads
    • only thoughts in our heads, we can make pictures of the outer world
    • thoughts into our heads, freedom can arise because thoughts have no
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    • comes back from your forehead, while a second, that comes from the
    • fain rest in the bosom of the Godhead, that I be safe and protected
    • of the Godhead. If we would relate this experience of the soul to the
    • is the bosom of the Godhead, quick and instinct with life, the same
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    • comes back from your forehead, while a second, that comes from the
    • fain rest in the bosom of the Godhead, that I be safe and protected
    • of the Godhead. If we would relate this experience of the soul to the
    • is the bosom of the Godhead, quick and instinct with life, the same
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    • heart perception — radiates back from the human forehead, and
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    • transformed into the head-organization; and disappears in its
    • into human head-organization. We have not reached the destiny of the
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    • head-organization of man strives continually to be changed from a
    • head-organization would have to cease as a physical one, the state of
    • sleep intervenes. It replenishes the inner head-organization with
    • differentiated inside the head-organization during the waking state.
    • In the head-organization a two-fold activity is thus enacted during
    • head-organization is found that which is capable of reflecting the
    • organism. The head-organization represents a total transformation of
    • reflected by these processes as they are by the head-organization. The
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    • head-organization is a surrender of the psychic-spiritual to the
    • extends only to the head-organization. When the will ordains something
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    • you will find sculptured heads of Homer. I am not saying that the
    • and whose head has a striking pose, the portrayal is good enough to
    • Look at the heads of
    • hearing; life of a very special kind is present here. The head-nature
    • the interplay between them. Contemplation of the head of Homer should
    • give rise to the eager question: How did he breathe? This head
    • of the breathing. To have this feeling about the sculptured heads that
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    • is normally the case, the traditional heads of Homer in sculpture give
    • express it pictorially. Ibsen's disheveled head, his tangled beard, the
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    • first, to explain to his pupils that in the human head all the
    • image, the earth, let us study the human head. The human head is formed
    • pupils — no observation of the human head can, in itself, enable
    • us to understand its real nature, for the head in itself does not
    • The human head is active
    • activity. The mystery of the human head is that it is infinitely
    • parts of the organism, not in the head itself.
    • You can only perceive what the human head does when you know exactly
    • head brings about in the organism. Such was the art connected with the
    • answer for himself the question: How does my head work in my
    • way. The Initiates would say to their pupils: The human head is
    • dying process in the head. But what the head does during this dying
    • between death and a new birth they become head, the head of the
    • their connection with the human head, and how they bear within them
    • those forces of germination by means of which they become head in the
    • head. But you have before you in great clarity and precision the forms
    • During life, the breath is drawn back into the head and then streams
    • breath, in its drive from the head towards the body, has the tendency
    • seen streaming from the human head into the other part of the organism,
    • from the head outwards the etheric body is trying all the time to form
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    • being kindled to life — for all he need do is to incline his head
    • of the head — which would have meant the application of the
    • point of view, when we study the human head, we can conceive of it as a
    • that here they have stultified. The head is a lazybones that never
    • walks, but is always sitting. The head “sits” there on its
    • matter is realised for the first time when the human head is conceived
    • head of our present earth-life is the transformed body (the body apart
    • from the head) of our previous earth-life. The head, or rather the
    • forces of the head, as they then were, have passed away. In some cases
    • indeed they actually pass away during life! The head — I am
    • the head are not preserved; the forces now embodied in your head were
    • previous life. In that life, again, the forces of the head were those
    • be transformed, metamorphosed, into the head of the future earth-life.
    • For this reason the head develops first. Think of the embryo in the
    • body of the mother. The head develops first and the rest of the
    • organism, being a new formation, affixes itself to the head. The head
    • death and a new birth; it then becomes the head-structure and attaches
    • mother's body into the head structure.
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    • rather different in character, which headed straight into
    • must not be so feeble that they stick up there in the head. They must
    • heart's blood will pulse through what they have in their heads;
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    • Everything is assimilated by means of the head, formally and
    • assimilated by the head only and is thus entirely dependent upon the
    • physical head-organization, it remains unfruitful for the development
    • their heads — not only when someone is talking nonsense but
    • heads, so away with the head; and then, of course, nothing can
    • must get your head so strong again that it can stand not only
    • immediately get a buzzing head when it is a matter of thinking in a
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    • we come with a general idea in our heads, saying that the human being
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    • prove with his head the ideas of the people of old, moral intuitions
    • have been going about with bald heads, and the fifteen-year-olds with
    • is really alive within them. They want their head to behave in a
    • one's head, and that, people say, is not as it should be. At
    • their head! For what was dead had to be brought to life again in a
    • their living heart — the thorn which the head produces out of
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    • means of head knowledge.
    • in a fully responsible way, must have a Janus head; it must not only
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    • Janus-headed. Certainly, this appears to be permeated by enthusiasm
    • something that is not in the heads of human beings but in the
    • followed by the “morning after” headache. My only aim is
    • their heads, if we count this “what is told us by others”
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    • conscious that human thought was not simply a head process, but that
    • is that their thoughts are worked out in their own heads — this
    • its passive form. This, however, is only head-thinking in which the
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    • head, heart and will. The seven-foldness of grammar, dialectic,
    • the head can renounce knowledge of man, but this entails the stunting
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    • is in ordinary life, as an activity of the head. Before this you
    • really have no right to speak of thinking as an activity of the head,
    • youth movement which has, and must have, a Janus-head, because it is
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    • is held fast today in the abstract ideas of the head. But there lives
    • outside man's head, if I may so express myself, the desire to
    • experience more than the head is able to. To begin with man has only
    • a connection with Nature formed between her and his head. Everything
    • from Nature through the head. Between man and Nature today there
    • always stands man's head. It is as though everything that comes
    • to the human being from the world were to pour itself into the head,
    • as though the head were entirely choked up so that it lets nothing
    • world. Everything remains stuck fast in the head. Man thinks
    • everything through only with his head. But he cannot, after all, live
    • merely as a head. For joined to the head there is always the rest of
    • unconscious, because everything is directed towards the head.
    • the world because the head allows nothing to reach it. The head has
    • colors and allow only scanty remains to be experienced in the head,
    • the nervous system in the rest of the body. It is only in his head
    • connection with the world not only with the head but with the rest of
    • the organism; to learn to think not only with the head but with the
    • not only with the head.
    • it is not less but equally capable of tasting; only the head is a
    • glutton. In the grown man the head claims all taste for itself. The
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    • the human being bears on his head a kind of etheric, astral cap. In
    • grows out of the head simply by being pushed from inside, whereas the
    • instance which quite obviously belongs to the head. Those who do not
    • rightly experience this helmet think of it as placed upon her head.
    • It is not placed upon the head. It is bestowed by a concentration of
    • raying cosmic forces that are working around the head of Pallas
    • impossible to the Greek to form the head of Pallas Athene without
    • head. I am not saying that this was the case among Greeks of later
    • a head, two arms and a body, and that was spirit. There was nothing
    • on two legs, with arms and a head, as spirit. In the next epoch men
    • carried his head differently. People knew that he was a town
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    • merely carry away in your heads what I have said here, and ponder
    • activity. What the human being carries in his head will in time be
    • heads — for then it will certainly be lost — but if it is
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    • complicated. The head-organization of man is, at first so (see diagram
    • 1) that the head is a plastic image of the forces which man had as a
    • soul-spiritual being in pre-earthly life. The head is formed by plastic
    • retains really only the power to give form. If the human head did not
    • only a dead body. This human head is a marvelous creation (Gebilde).
    • worlds into earthly existence. The head forms itself truly as an image
    • we see that all plastic formative forces start from the head. Man receives
    • from his head radiating into the remaining organism that which gives
    • the plastic forming force, which goes out from the head. If something
    • enters the head, as it happens in seeing, it is right away received
    • remembrance. And if you happen to have a head which is very much inclined
    • the head, first into the liquid, and then wants to consolidate, — to
    • to something else. It leads us to the realization that the head of man
    • organization of the head, — on the other side the metabolic-limb organism,
    • then we can say: the head-organism in its whole development, in all
    • head and imparts to it the four times slower beat. That which comes
    • four times slower pace of the head has in its working all that which
    • in man and coming to the head, we find a pace of life (lebenstempe)
    • coming from the head is working, that wants to slow down these processes,
    • because the head is going at a much slower pace. The head arrives at
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    • connected with the head-sense-system, which, so to say, is like a ceiling
    • above. Kidney-system and head-system together work continuously, so
    • the kidneys are helped by what comes forth from the head.
    • Here the force of the head must come and meet, so that the frontal surface
    • will be formed by the head; so that the single different forms of the
    • the forces and that from the head then the forces come and restrain,
    • head the surfaces are formed at the exterior. But the kidney delivers
    • are formed by the kidney-system in connection with the head system and
    • coming from the head only one thrust is there. That is the same relationship
    • go out from the head, while from the kidney-system come the radiations)
    • a spirit which, instead of going into the head, twists itself into the
    • to hold his head upright — through the activity of the spleen
    • only a big lump, as if they did not have a head at all. The activity
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    • such waves (blue) are coming from the head-system, which give form,
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    • woman, but rather the organization of his head, and what is connected
    • with the organization of his head from without, from the cosmos, if
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    • Godhead; or again, if the air-fire beings gain a victory over
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    • hindrances brought from a former life, making him in his head a very
    • hater of it. As to his head, he simply cannot bear it. He becomes
    • of Aries in forming your future head, which is indeed a Universe in
    • head you carry the entire Cosmos — the Cosmos seen from the
    • head of our next incarnation for example, we felt ourselves working,
    • knowledge in the human head; it does not reach the entire man, —
    • it fails to flow from the head into the human being as a whole.
    • more clever in our head, and the appropriate feelings, springing from
    • soul and spiritual life. The head itself cannot truly thrive if the
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    • hindrances brought from a former life, making him in his head a very
    • hater of it. As to his head, he simply cannot bear it. He becomes
    • of Aries in forming your future head, which is indeed a Universe in
    • head you carry the entire Cosmos — the Cosmos seen from the
    • head of our next incarnation for example, we felt ourselves working,
    • knowledge in the human head; it does not reach the entire man, —
    • it fails to flow from the head into the human being as a whole.
    • more clever in our head, and the appropriate feelings, springing from
    • soul and spiritual life. The head itself cannot truly thrive if the
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    • his head. For when he begins to know anything of it, as a rule the
    • knowledge proves most unpleasant — headache and all that goes with
    • When we give out a sound or a note, to begin with the head is engaged.
    • But from the head comes the same faculty that inwardly, in the soul,
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    • can imagine, there inside the ear there lies a human being, whose head
    • life, it is above all the head that is planned and formed. The other
    • again into a head-organisation. The way you move here upon Earth
    • — this is transformed into a head-system after your death. And
    • metamorphoses again. Your head-system is exhausted in the present
    • earthly incarnation. Here the head-system lives and thrives, in order
    • the head falls away. And the rest of the human being, with the
    • exception of the head, is transformed again after death into a
    • head-organisation in the Spirit, to become an actual head once more in
    • human head, who does not regard it as the transformation of a human
    • present body who does not see in it the germ of a head, for the next
    • two directions, towards the Heavenly and towards the Earthly. The head
    • before his birth, when — apart from the head — gravity took
    • Consider a human being, a human countenance: the high forehead, the
    • humanity, is called into play. Whatever the head acquires through such
    • of the head, it is a science that goes straight to the heart. It fills
    • not only the head, it fills and fulfils the human being of the blood,
    • play by what we learn — to begin with, for our heads — just
    • that alone as science which speaks only to the head; but speaking only
    • to the head, it leaves the Feeling cold and does not in any way call
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    • during earthly life, that which lives in our head through our
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    • have the head and, let us say, the leg; and if we sting or cut
    • our leg the head will feel it. Spatially, in this spatial body,
    • connected with the head, so youth is connected with old age,
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    • wander around in the head like leaden figures, then, to be
    • not present in our heads like leaden weights, are not something
    • escape into human heads, and whereas outside in Nature they are
    • quite tiny when they are inside men's heads. One could say that
    • True, need the spirit-dunderheads, so that they may move on
    • heads we should have, if not exactly leaden soldiers, at least
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    • belongs to the head, and this again to the whole organism. And
    • looks at the world abstractly, with the forces of his head, but
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    • has its principal activity in the head. But the whole of man is
    • head, after a fashion, functionally. And the same may be said
    • senses organism, our head organism, a kind of rest,
    • head, the principal seat of the nerves and senses organism, is
    • the horse. The man is at rest; and so does our head sit quietly
    • on the rest of our organism. The head is not even interested
    • tendency to rest is set up in the right half of my head. And to
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    • heads in the air saying that they have studied Jacob Boehme and find
    • reverse of the old clairvoyance — should make headway. And they
  • Title: Lecture: Truth, Beauty and Goodness
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    • movement one knows ahead of time what is possible, right, necessary,
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    • popular and which rules in every head even in the farthest corner of
    • his head and say: “The deed of Christ may have an influence on a great
    • the metamorphosis of the form of the head from the bodily form of the
    • the shape of the human head, especially with regard to its bony structure,
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    • Ghost. When they summarized this Godhead, they obtained a mere word,
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    • speak today, as I am speaking now, then the people whose heads are
    • that the people whose heads consider such things as nonsense drag
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    • directly. Naturally this penetration is strongest in the head, where
    • In the human head, then,
    • for someone in whom the breakdown processes proceeding from the head
    • into the head. By doing this we can call forth something to
    • the head organization or skin organization.
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    • All that, living in outer nature, is a mirror of the Godhead. It
    • Gemüt, just because it mirrors the Godhead and is at
    • did — he sees it as a mirror of the Godhead. — but then he
    • head — the outer cosmic figure of Michael, towering, radiant,
    • head — but working down into the heart — the power of
    • his own head and in that head his own thoughts. In his
    • dependent upon the head but upon the rhythmic organism of man. The air
    • again be the general air when I exhale it. It is only the head that
    • head alone became seeing. The head alone, however, develops only
    • something not originating in human heads or hearts but in the cosmos.
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    • so far as to say “muttonhead.”
    • “cabbage-head.”]
    • of mind to have been such as to make him label himself a muttonhead.
    • subconscious calls the conscious mind a muttonhead, and it lies; hence
    • subconscious sense organ: subconsciously the head perceives through
    • heart, the head, and particularly the cerebellum, perceives the blood
    • etc., in the human organism. The upper man, the headman, had to sense
    • thinking moved higher up toward the head and became purer, like the
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    • head to the heart, for in your hearts Anthroposophy will be secure.
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    • comes to a consciousness of his own relation with the Godhead. Here on
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    • when tongues of fire descend upon the heads of the assembled disciples
    • Ascension, and the descent of the tongues of fire upon the heads of
    • may be symbolised by the tongues of fire descending: upon the heads of
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    • headache.” The other replied, “No wonder, if you get
    • up at three and do calculations for hours, of course your head
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • bear-like, but on the other hand their heads are radiant and
    • connected with the head.
    • of heads, while the other parts of the bodily structure become
    • beings of the West, the more do their heads seem to disappear. These
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    • cannot be evaded by hiding our heads in the sand. The
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    • try to recall how he moved his arms, how he moved his head.
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    • us assume that the child has before him a hot-headed, choleric
    • are a semi-Philistine, a semi-blockhead. The trouble with you
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    • however, inhabited by men with receding foreheads, such as are
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    • not over-exerting either the head or the limbs, but by
    • movements. Similarly, we should relieve the child's head
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    • nature he owes the clear-headedness he needs, as earthly man, for
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    • heading in the dream for a catastrophe? Was I leaving some kind of
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    • then relate man's three members — the head; then the
    • be a closed circle for the breast; for the head a circle left open,
    • head appears to be closed above and would have to be drawn so, but
    • human head, its thick skull is not seen. Only the skin is visible
    • physical eyes, you see his physical form with the head above, and on
    • his head — if he is not already bald — there is hair. But
    • for the circle not being closed for the head is that the surrounding bony
    • one might say — he has been given a head thus closed above, for
    • how empty his head is of anything drawn from his own inner being. As
    • three members — head, or nerves and senses system, rhythmic
    • to the human head, we find its substance derived entirely from the physical
    • head comes from the parents; and the subsequent development of the
    • head, and of the whole head and nerve-senses system, depends for its
    • head, the activity by means of which its substance is given
    • respect of activity, the head is entirely a spiritual formation.
    • Therefore the head has to be left open — in a spiritual sense
    • life you can thus say: The substance of my head comes entirely from the
    • human head are shaped entirely from the spiritual world; they might
    • the human head, in relation to the world, has to go far and
    • the substance of its head entirely from the world of space, but something
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    • one behind me and the other in front. If I move ahead of the one in
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    • “As a man I have a head”, activated chiefly by what might
    • Earth: “I have a head.” And whereas on Earth we say:
    • man I am head, breast, lower body and limbs”; and after death:
    • physical existence here on Earth depends upon how head, heart, and
    • slightest movement of the hand involves the action of head, heart and
    • come into play. Our whole earthly existence takes its course in head,
    • says: I am a being of head, heart, breast; a being of metabolism and
    • head, heart, limbs, and, immediately after death, Moon, Mercury,
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    • towards a man's head-organisation, and all that has more to do
    • Forces work up from the heart towards the head organisation and bring
    • about the particular configuration of the head, with its covering of
    • living in these forces, all that flows to a man's head from his breast
    • earthly man, and stream from his heart up to his head. All that you
    • streaming up from the centre of your being to your head, has been
    • causes him pleasure and satisfaction — his head is satisfied.
    • He may for some reason have done a thoroughly bad thing, but his head
    • consciousness. But although his head may be perfectly
    • how a man may be satisfied in his head with some deed that
    • head by a bad deed, consciousness is — we might say —
    • body. A man's head-organisation, that most wonderful, most perfect
    • of the head in their plastic formation will then be the transformed
    • head. Hence the physical organisation itself affords a reflection of
    • right way the artistic shaping of a man's head can see in the very
    • form of his head how he used his arms and hands in his dealings with
    • on in the formation of the head in the next incarnation. Ordinary
    • interpretations of the shape of the head. But behind this is a deep,
    • Intuitions is able to discern how the formations of a man's head have
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    • as was said of old, the true Temple of the Godhead — of the Divine
    • the Hierarchies. They are within it. Look at this human head in all
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    • has the upper hand. But as regards his head-activity, the effective
    • head-activity, the effective influence on it is the negative gravity
    • less as stones are formed. He has no idea that the hair on his head is
    • work particularly on the head and implant in the human being a passing
    • reached his head — the organ he had developed to so high a level
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    • in clouds from the lower part of man towards his head, the iron-forming
    • process rays out from his head and pours itself like a stream of
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    • stand here on Earth, our head actually projects into a mixture of
    • sense, but chiefly upwards. Through our head we are continually drawn
    • away from the influences of the Earth, and on this account our head
    • is enabled to participate in the whole cosmos. Our head would really
    • our head belonged only to the Earth, especially in winter-time, our
    • stars in turn have a great influence on our head. Inasmuch as the Sun
    • deeply penetrating influence on our head, and so on the whole
    • the human head belongs.
    • head reflects something heavenly in its whole appearance, its
    • Earth-star radiance, sent out by the Earth into the cosmos. The head
    • permeated with many human heads, pressing downwards; one of them is
    • in the middle, and above, towards the head, with the forces of the
    • above. That is how we have to represent the head and eyes of Mary, as
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    • as it were contented, as a human head may be when it has solved an
    • form with something like bat's wings and a head like this
    • down as the breast, with an idealised human head (red). And the
    • part of man away from the Earth. The head of the Christ-figure, the
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    • (red head in the yellow, Plate V).
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    • our heads. And then these forces, which at other times are outside in
    • actually cause an image of the cosmos to arise in our heads,
    • our heads. Thus Uriel works in nature at midsummer, and during the
    • winter season he works in the human head, so that in this connection
    • and in winter creates the inner forces of the human head. Raphael is
    • these breathing forces rise into the head, the healing forces become
    • head and the digestive system, is driven further up, as it were, it
    • The thought which flashes through the human head is really a
    • head, it becomes the material bearer of the power of thought: Raphael
    • forces into the human head. In the course of these three months the
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    • desire-covering above our heads. But we also behold how into this
    • the sulphurous Dragon, in whose burning head, as I might call it, is
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    • head, limb-system, and so on. But this is a thoroughly inartistic way
    • world. Then you will certainly not be able to regard the head of a
    • head in other animals — as a head in the true sense. Certainly
    • has a head, a body, and limbs. But just consider how stunted are the
    • elephant, and how dwarfed its head when compared with that of a lion
    • head; there is hardly more to it than what in a dog or an elephant or
    • mammal's mouth which corresponds to the head of a bird. And the
    • too, simply has a head, a body and limbs can never lead to a true
    • seeing what is etheric, then in the etheric bird there is only a head.
    • bird allows of no comparison with the head, body and limbs of other
    • animals, but must be regarded simply and solely as head, as
    • metamorphosed head. So that the actual bird-head presents only the
    • palate and front parts of the head, in fact the mouth; and what
    • head — certainly metamorphosed and transformed — but
    • nevertheless as head. The whole bird is really head.
    • about through the fact that the bird developed its head-nature
    • head-nature was what lies in its plumage. This plumage was given to
    • simultaneously in its head. The bird is all head, and it presents its
    • head outwardly, as it were, towards the world. Its thoughts are the
    • is also the case that in the lion's head the development of the
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    • head-organization. There we see how the bird owes its very being to
    • at the same time they live in the formation of the human head. And
    • himself — as regards his head we must place him into the
    • We must, therefore, think of Man in regard to his head as belonging to
    • human nature, the metabolic system, the head system, and the breast
    • human head, the lion activities upon the human rhythmic system, and
    • In thine own head.
    • our head, and which continually, at every moment, contributes
    • In thine own head.
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    • substance, and the more nearly we approach the human head, the more is
    • man formed of physical substance. Basically the head is formed out of
    • spiritual substance. So that, when we approach the head, we must
    • substance to pass over into physical substance; in the human head
    • swimming in the spiritual substance, whereas the head presents a
    • And whereas the substance of the head is physical, the forces active
    • within it are spiritual. Spiritual forces play through the head;
    • when we distinguish in him the upper region, his head and also the
    • head-nature into his whole organism, so that the head — which is
    • by spiritual forces — the head also projects its entire nature
    • should in fact tend upwards towards the head makes itself too strongly
    • affected by the head-system, and man becomes ill; certain quite
    • head, then the head becomes, as it were, too strongly spiritualised,
    • then there sets in a too strong spiritualisation of the head. And now,
    • to send enough physical forces of nourishment to the head, so that
    • they reach the head in such a way that they do not become
    • head is the most important, the most essential organ which needs
    • head. Because throughout the entire course of earth-life spiritual
    • forces are working in the physical substance of the head, this
    • head-substance becomes estranged from the earth. Man must take away
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    • metabolic and limb system is spiritual whereas that of the head is
    • gravity, with the action of the other earthly forces. In the head, the
    • in our power of forming mental pictures. Thus in the human head we
    • cannot be done by man. The human being also possesses in his head
    • spiritualized earth-matter of his head into the spiritual world.
    • and on the head. You would not call this luggage your body. In the
    • bundle on his head, boxes growing together with his arms, and a
    • too, I have already described — is entirely a head, and as it
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    • the human head. This human head received its first rudiments at a time
    • human head was then actually flowing, weaving, surging warmth; it then
    • the time of ancient Saturn, and of this being the human head is the
    • descendant. And simultaneously with the formation of man's head
    • with this rudimentary origin of the human head during the
    • of the human head came into existence in a form of very delicate
    • head, so that in the human head we have something formed from within
    • of the human head; I wish to know the true nature of the forces which
    • and the marvel of thine own head, study the marvel of how the
    • air-development, an air-metamorphosis, of the head; but to this there
    • head. When we come to the Sun-period we have the head-breast-man; for
    • In the case of human evolution it was the head which first took form.
    • appended to the formation of the head. In cosmic evolution man's
    • development proceeds from his head downwards. On the other hand the
    • a head still very small and poorly developed. And only in later times
    • did the head develop out of the breast. Thus the development of the
    • human being evolved from the head downwards. This constitutes an
    • off from below; man was head-and-breathing organism. Now, during the
    • of head, breast and abdomen. And because everything in the old Moon
    • peculiarly formed head. Whereas man began his development with the
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    • the head is carried without our feeling its weight, so the gnomes with
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    • already developed in his head-structure during the time of ancient
    • skull. They make them, as it were, into heads. All these beings which
    • head to those animals where this is lacking. Birds, however, as I
    • described to you, are actually pure head; they are entirely
    • head-organization. The sylphs add to the birds in a spiritual way what
    • they lack as the bodily complement of their head-organization. They
    • undines complement in an upward direction, towards the head; sylphs
    • the head-organization. But when a man has progressed so far that he
    • head only calls forth the illusion that thoughts are enclosed inside
    • is, the rhythmic system, and then of the head-man, that is the system
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    • nerve system of every man, every head I would add, is a miniature
    • calm creative element in the head. Then what strives from below
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    • head, your lips, and so on — and the forces upon which man's
    • something behind in the head-nerve-senses system. Thus we are brought
    • the whole working of the head-processes, and their relation to the
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    • towards man's head out of its inherent nature, while what lies in the
    • general process of digestion, does not reach up to forming the head.
    • whether they were such as could be beneficial to man's head, whether
    • eaten of such a plant will seek out the head and penetrate it, so that
    • lower organism, and are unwilling to rise up to the head, with the
    • digestion into the functions of the head. This is why they forbade the
    • forces flows up quickly into the head, and can there develop the
    • whole organization of the child proceeds from the head.
    • the child what ascends into the head, and is able by means of the
    • forces of the head, which are present until the change of teeth, to
    • case with the head.
    • You see, the head is entirely enclosed. Within this head are the
    • we bring milk into the head. When we are no longer children these
    • what is accomplished within by the head, enclosed as it is inside
    • skull. It would be good if what the head does inside itself could
    • are there within the head are suited to the consumption of milk; when
    • basis for the development of these head forces. We must, therefore,
    • Well, there is something existing outside in nature which is a head
    • those very forces which work inside the head in children who need the
    • Now a stock of bees is really a head which is open on all sides. What
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    • But now he loses first the form of his head; then the rest of his form
    • time a model of the future head which man will bear on his shoulders.
    • life now passes over into the formation of the future head. As we go
    • about here on earth we only make use of our poverty-stricken head as
    • the moment that we cease to think only with the head, but begin to
    • head — once we have soared up to the possibility of doing so
    • enclosed in the region of his head. But man can think with his entire
    • the spiritual prototype of what will later become the head. The way in
    • — it is in fact only the basis for the future head — must,
    • head, in his soul, in that he has to learn a ... b ... c, is
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    • grasp them with the head alone.
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    • as borne in from outside. Our brow, the upper part of our head is
    • grown out from within man, and the upper portion of the head as
    • understand the form of a true Grecian sculptured head unless you have
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    • the head of man appears but faintly to the gaze of the soul. The rest
    • rebirth this form transforms itself into the head of the next
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    • is as though all our thoughts were carried in our heads, as if they
    • head. The head carries this coldness of the will, and if the coldness
    • does not become so severe as to produce a frosty feeling the head
    • in all directions. Winter-will carries them into our head. We can
    • our head we feel to be related to the winter. Through the will we
    • Of my head.
    • Ye creative Soul-forces of my head
    • the head pass over into the whole body. They first fill the body and
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    • lantern on their heads which shines and also gives warmth. Down below
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    • up towards the head something like heat, and this heat, this fire,
    • heights of the head and envelopes it.
    • say: Man feels essentially his head as encompassing the whole
    • head, in the human breast and head he can ascend with words through
    • sense-organs of the head, or of the sense-organs in general you would
    • has to think in isolation with his head. Within are his thoughts and
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    • Over this statue, over the head of this statue which was
    • peculiarly characteristic, over the head there was something which
    • The whole head was such that one saw it must really be
    • as a Soul-Eye. The head as Soul-Eye represented microcosmically the
    • macrocosm came to expression through the Sun in this colossal head.
    • the human head, which knows what are the impulses of the macrocosm
    • that the head was created out of these rays. There was something
    • indefinite about the head.
    • permeated the organism and caused the head to grow out of the
    • elapsed, he saw his initiating priest as if rising above the head of
    • head of the statue, the rest of him was below, to a certain extent
    • human head — so the pupil felt — he certainly reaches
    • there where he had seen before the head of the Knowledge-statue, he
    • head of the other statue he read the word “Art.”
    • them directed the head of the pupil towards that which the other
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    • human heads did not understand it. It went through human heads,
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    • part the Father carries round his head and in his arms before thee.
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    • of the heart were driven into the head. And in this human being
    • head, and what he can know of the heavens lives in his head; thus
    • means logically and abstractly, there lives in his head only the
    • of his head and that which the Gods sought to reveal to him of the
    • the neck, to indicate to him that the abstraction of the modern head
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    • head, and at the same time he felt this as allied to a picture of the
    • streaming up through his head. And there, in that sphere where the
    • head is not enclosed by the bones, where it opens itself downwards
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    • which brings back a past experience, in his head. He says:
    • in my head.’
    • my head the memory of something I have experienced, something I
    • or experience; it simply did not exist for him. His head was
    • their head, who did not experience any such abstract content of
    • the head, but, strange as it may seem, experienced the whole
    • head; they perceived and felt their whole head. These men did
    • ideas in the head was something quite foreign to them, but they
    • knew how to experience their own head. And as you, when you
    • the experience of their head to the Earth, to the whole Earth.
    • head; and the head which I carry on my shoulders is the cosmic
    • memory of the Earth. The Earth existed earlier; my head later.
    • That I have a head is due to the memory, the cosmic memory of
    • the whole configuration, the whole shape of the human head, is
    • in his own head the being of the Earth-planet itself. He said:
    • with its rivers and mountains. I carry on my shoulders my head;
    • and this head of mine is a true picture of the Earth. This
    • head, with the blood flowing in it, is a true picture of the
    • head in the configurations of my brain; I carry on my shoulders
    • old refer his entire head to the Earth-planet. A considerable
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    • a “happening” in the head, a feeling that was
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    • whole pillar-statue was made in such a way that the head was
    • head into the colossal body. For of course he did not see the
    • forces of the head rayed out over the whole of the rest of the
    • body, that in this statue the head does everything.
    • upwards in the direction of the head, goes the element of
    • are upward-streaming waves of warmth, which permeate the head
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    • though his head were a littler higher than his physical head
    • this part into the head, and there becomes insight and
    • who trains nothing but the head of his
    • after the least part of the human being, namely his head,
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    • under the heading of what the chemist calls the elements.
    • adapted to the earthly forces. The head is more adapted to the
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    • world empty-headed in respect of thoughts and ideas. If the
    • Thou livest in the resting Head
    • The wise Heads of Kings.
    • Our Heads,
    • And from our Heads direct
    • your heads in what you would fain direct with single purpose.
    • Our Heads.
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    • in imaginative terms — as though he were thrusting his head
    • all the bones of my head! It is the feeling of something external.
    • Whether, like Alexander, one feels the bones of one's head all pressed
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    • a copy of the same; there, in the front of the head-organism he has
    • twelve chief nerves of the brain. In this respect, Man, in his head
    • actual, miniature human being in front, here, in his head. And then
    • astral what has its place here in the head and nose. At first sight
    • taught as follows. — If you use your head-organ, then you learn
    • every head that which he calls the Matter or Substance in the things.
    • experience their Substance in the organ of the head. The two
    • Substance once more by means of the organ of the head, the
    • organ of the head — this time the two are very near together.
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    • them again. Only, by calling into activity not only the head but the
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  • Title: Moon-Birth and Sun-Birth. Necessity and Freedom. Stages of the Ancient Easter Initiation
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    • Christian conception as the First Person of the Godhead — the
    • We may draw it diagrammatically. Here is the head. Man looks outward.
    • was the chamber of Thinking. Seen from outside it is the head. It is
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    • it is the human head, which is small, but when entered into and
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    • are mono-theistic, the worship of the one Godhead. This is that
    • Godhead of whom, in accordance with Christian acceptance, we
    • this. ... Verily seen from outside the head is small.... when a
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    • no longer God. What is it then? The Godhead is in the plant, in the
    • Hierarchies. But in the mineral kingdom the Godhead is not, any more
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    • fountain-head of freedom is in thought. Man has an immediate
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    • begin with, is the head of man. Even outwardly considered, we can
    • perceive that this human head appears quite different from the
    • embryo is the head organisation. That is practically all that we can
    • the head. All that afterwards flows into man's form and figure and
    • physical form, man to begin with is head, and head alone. The other
    • to begin with, is simply a head. He is altogether “head,”
    • to say that man, to begin with, is a head. The remainder is merely an
    • later life, the head is not strictly distinguished from the rest of
    • head-remains throughout his earthly life as a more or less individual
    • — beheading him, so to speak, chopping his head off from the
    • into head-, chest-organs and limb-organs. But it is not so at all.
    • formation of the head is only the main expression of the human
    • head-formation. Man remains “head” throughout his whole
    • the actual head. But the sense of warmth, for example, the sense of
    • the head-formative principle is mainly apparent in the outward form
    • of the head, while in reality it permeates the whole human being. And
    • so it is too, for the other members. The “head” is also
    • organisation chiefly in the organisation of the head. It has its
    • that is only because the head itself, as I said just now, is there
    • thoughts which are bound to our head, our nerves-and-senses
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    • would in the natural course of things have headed straight for
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    • not by starting from the head of Eduard von Hartmann, but from the
    • nerves-and-senses organism, which is concentrated mainly in the head
    • the head, becomes of comparatively little importance shortly after
    • death. The head that in the physical world is the most essentially
    • world. In his head, man is most of all physical and least of all
    • gifts and talents belonging to the head are lost comparatively soon
    • whereas, speaking generally, the organism of man apart from the head
    • head of the next incarnation, it is also true that what is of the
    • nature of will in the head, works especially into the limbs in
    • being, as you will realise, an affliction of the head. One day
    • Nietzsche was hovering above the head. There he was. And down below
    • suffered from constant and always very prolonged headaches, and so
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    • Judaism, to a single Godhead encompassing the universe. “There
    • all-powerful Godhead — a conception of Divinity that is allied
    • 809, Haroun al Raschid as the figure-head of a civilisation
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    • who, as you know, stood for a long time at the head of what was
    • one to a peculiar condition of the head in an earlier
    • square, a most interesting head, absolutely four-angled, nowhere
    • in the head, manifested in Lord Byron in his being somewhat like
    • his foot. On the other hand he was a genius in his head, which was a
    • earth-life. The other man also, on account of the paralysed head, had
    • of his head. If you did not step the angle with your feet, your head
    • way up through the head and comes forth in ideas. And in
    • limbs and his motor organism and to re-create it in his head.
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    • in the 8th and 9th centuries, who was the figure-head of a wonderful
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    • me: “I too was once examined by a phrenologist. He felt my head
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    • that man has developed in his head. But that which he bears in the
    • (next) head. Now in childhood the whole forming of the body takes its
    • start from the head. Above all, such expressive organs as the hands
    • are shaped in accordance with the most intimate impulses of the head.
    • then the head too disappears. Now the whole man is gone. You look
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    • second, the third, the tenth, you get a slight headache. It is not
    • asleep; you get a slight headache from it. Only you must not regard
    • this headache as something baleful; on the contrary, you must take it
    • head.
    • there is nothing for it but to have an absolutely sane head and an
    • the light of absolute clarity of mind, of absolute soundness of head
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    • always been missing? It has made me lose my head!” He had
    • incarnation into the other. In earthly life man has his head, and he
    • the head, contains a certain concatenation of forces. The physical
    • in his organism, apart from his head, is carried through the life
    • between death and a new birth and becomes the head of the next
    • earthly life, whereas the head of the present incarnation has been
    • previous earthly life. Thus the non-head nature — if I may coin
    • into the head of the following earthly life. The head is always the
    • product of the non-head nature of the preceding earthly life. This
    • active, not only the senses which belong to the head-system.
    • head of the next earthly life, and has a definite effect. The head of
    • of the head. The head sends out these forces. Every bone is shaped as
    • it must be shaped, by means of the head. If, because of the type of
    • incarnation which I have described to you, the head has the tendency
    • happens then? Then by the grace of the head — if I may put it
    • earth are very strongly propagated by the head. The result is that in
    • the head, but nevertheless, in reality, from the soul and spirit. For
    • beings the head has become related to the earth as the result of the
    • head-organisation in the next life has no relation with the forces of
    • my dear friends, from the very details of the shape of the head and
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    • blockheads, because they only know a, b, c, d; they do not know how
    • understand in his head how to combine these fundamental concepts as
    • mechanical roulette; he meant the spiritual head which must
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    • life we need the sun, in order that we may have a head-life.
    • What the sun sends to us in its rays calls forth the head-life from
    • Sun-existence, that is dependent upon the workings of the head. I say
    • “the head”, meaning the whole life of the senses and of
    • with the head-life, but with the life of procreation in the widest
    • head. Of a truth this head-life has not very much to do with the
    • good, for a man can also use his head to make himself into an
    • life the Sun-existence works upon the head only; nevertheless what is
    • the predisposition to health is also connected with the head. The
    • head becomes ill only when the illness is projected into it from
    • the Sun-sphere — namely, the head — suffer any condition
    • that is dependent upon the workings of the head.
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    • infer! — that I divided man into three — head, chest,
    • nerves-and-senses system is concentrated mainly in the head, it
    • in the head but is present through the whole organism. We can feel
    • nerves-and-senses system, into the head-system.
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    • actually as though we were swimming, with the head rising a little
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    • ego go out through the head and, in
    • out through the whole body but mainly through the head, and are then
    • head. Actually, the astral body leaves him through everything that is
    • in the head, the main part of the astral body goes out through the
    • head. But as the sense of warmth, for example, is distributed over
    • passes out through the head.
    • entirely, as far as his head, they really need the whole day; and
    • when they have reached the head the moment has come for them to go
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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume III: Lecture III: The Spiritual Foundations of Anthroposophical Endeavour
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    • head-man. The Intelligence becomes his own. Seen from the
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    • reflection in the single human head. In its reality it had
    • only, which the several human heads reflected. As soon as
    • the human head ceases to work, the individual Intelligence
    • possessed by Ahriman, Ahriman himself, in human heads,
    • the human being which in the human forehead takes on a
    • receding forehead, a frivolously cynical expression, for in
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    • of St. Augustine or of Clement of Alexandria under his head for a few
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    • his former spirituality finds its way through. At the head of this
    • would-be ideal State, there is to be a single leader, a kind of head
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    • head simply cannot give expression to all the Platonism that is seeking
    • head at all; it simply flowed out of a wrist.
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    • head was describing that which in an earlier life he had carried out
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    • its real purpose when it speaks not only to the head but awakens in
    • or would be philosophers talk about the Godhead; we expect a detailed
    • civilisation that is so obviously heading for the chaos of
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    • subsequent incarnation in the head organisation; whereas what we now
    • bear in our head may come to expression, in the later incarnation, in
    • placed on the head of this statue. It was the occasion for indulging
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    • whose members are clearly distinguishable from each other. The head
    • whole of life. The head is the most highly elaborated part of man.
    • After death, however, it is precisely the spiritual part of the head
    • with the corpse, but in the head there is not only physical
    • as the spirit form of man; the head of this spirit form, however, is
    • mutilated, is the rest of the body apart from the head. If a man has
    • important task. From the being who now appears as a headless man
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    • earthly life we distinguish between our body and our head, realising
    • that if the head is to do its work as an organ of cognition it must
    • head must be constructed differently from the rest of the body, so,
    • special which corresponds to the head in earthly life, namely, Mars,
    • Jupiter and Saturn. They constitute our head in the Sun-existence. We
    • intelligence and reason, the head, is represented in the Sun-sphere
    • the lower part of the head, so, because we carry Mars within us in
    • Earth we carry in our head those insignificant earthly thoughts, so
    • head. Because it is merely a picture it can be filled with much
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    • lines comes from the head. But that is simply not the case. Man
    • does not experience geometry through his head. You would never
    • something about it. The head merely looks on, perceives how the
    • firmly believe that all geometrising goes on in the head. The
    • head looks on. perceives how we walk, or dance, or whatever it
    • statue and the nails moulded into rays around the head of
    • telescope! But Garibaldi fell head over heels in love and
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    • Godhead. But it is the Power of the Holy Spirit that quickens
    • to speak of a threefold Godhead. In Mohammed himself, and in
    • looming ahead was by no means unconnected with the idolisation
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    • — where the head passes over into the body —
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    • equally unpleasant sensation of a stupefied head. People do not
    • the tips of the fingers and toes towards the head. To very
    • unhealthy material deposits into the head, whereas a good karma
    • karma radiates the healthy states of the organism into the head
    • into the head. The head then feels dull and heavy. The weaving
    • the head. In the case of illness, therefore, when we see
    • illness in the head comes from incarnations in the
    • where must we seek the remedy for illness affecting the head
    • affecting the head will be found in what existed far, far back
    • Nature. In the head, too, there are, of course, organs which
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    • content of the soul proceeds from the head. In reality,
    • regarded from a higher point of view, man's head is by no means
    • such a tremendously important organ. The head is really more or
    • less a mirror of the external world, and if we had the head
    • The head simply reflects the external world. The experiences of
    • the head are mirrorings, reflections of the external world. Our
    • inner, moral impulses do not proceed from the head but from the
    • is established primarily in the head. We will therefore
    • consider the human head. It is a fact that through the head man
    • outside by way of the head. But when a man masters Initiation
    • head. This head with its physical organisation as the
    • foundation, this head which was yours in previous earthly lives
    • spiritual principle that was present in the head can be made
    • if as human beings having nothing but a head we were to pass
    • as well as the head. And since the magical principle in man
    • karma brings the head across from one earthly life to another.
    • head. And if we begin to develop an unprejudiced view of man in
    • his karma from the physiognomy of his head. To look at the
    • human head with the ordinary consciousness of today is
    • merely spelling the form of the human head and reading
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    • hands or his arms, his head, his chest, his legs, his feet, we were
    • isolated ‘head-existence’ which has
    • considerable independence. Even physically this head-existence
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    • ordinary circumstances these entries do not reach the head. During
    • earthly life the head is by no means an organ of outstanding
    • a material, physical way. Such people are like dunderheads who say:
    • addressed in very coarse language by the red-headed waiter who had
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    • also be some event lying ahead of us. Every aspect of destiny
    • the heavens, with the Sun either following or ahead. The relationship
    • to the head but to the hearts of men. Thus as far as Anthroposophy is
    • decision to put someone who was practically lowest at the head of the
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    • head, heart and limbs, and the Guardian of the Threshold says:
    • If you observe the human head in its true cosmic significance,
    • recall that your round head is a true image of the heavenly
    • “Experience the head's cosmic form”
    • Experience the head's cosmic form.
    • verse is spoken while making the sign before the head:
    • images is the human head. And so it is, for the sensory world.
    • But this thinking in the head is always mixed a little bit with
    • amount of willing are bound together in the head. As soon as we
    • is bound to the head. And in this willing, which otherwise
    • sleeps in man, we sense the spirit which forms the head from
    • The head's spirit,
    • on seeing the head from the other side of the threshold one
    • recognizes how will goes through the head and how the senses
    • can will the head's spirit when observing the head. And now we
    • head, but as a function of the heart, of the soul, we realize
    • The head's spirit,
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    • sketched.] This human head is the bearer and support for
    • spiritual cell of the human head is the lingering sound of the
    • his dead thinking [sketch: red part of the head]. But behind
    • this dead thinking in the head's spiritual cell is the living
    • thinking [yellow part of the head]. And this living thinking
    • dead earthly thinking is manifested on the surface of the head;
    • sensory world streaming out from the head. Behind it lurks - at
    • [white lines from below to above], spreading in the head, to
    • Just as we can look at the human head and it becomes a means
    • down to the will from the head, although man with normal
    • head into the limbs in order for the will to be able to act in
    • the head through the arm].
    • Thinking descends from the head's forces;
    • Thinking descends from the head's forces;
    • Thinking descends from the head's forces;
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    • So we have the head-organization, a real replica of the
    • head. We can feel this directly: when we think, our head is
    • active. We notice that when the head is ailing, thinking is
    • impaired. We sense the head's association to this clearest
    • circumstances. This doesn't mean that the head is really the
    • — in our heads — in the right way? Only, my dear
    • sisters and brothers, when we are aware that this human head
    • enclose in our heads. And out of it sprouts our human
    • Outside are the stars; our heads receive the effects of the
    • sending their rays down to us. Our heads receive these rays;
    • so what has been received is within our heads. From here is
    • heads.
    • nerve-sensory-system, the head; through the rhythmic system,
    • head from his innermost being. Truly, it is thus: [draws on
    • of the stars [blue arc, yellow stars], acts in the human head
    • interior of his head [arrow with the word “Ich”,
    • force of our heads, the gods of cosmic space and cosmic time
    • Speaks with head-held-high
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    • I experience it above in the head, when I remember, I
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    • The human head finds
    • They also glow in my head.
    • The human head finds
    • They also glow in my head.
    • The human head finds
    • They also glow in my head.
    • The human head finds
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    • whole body, but what is especially expressed in our head is
    • seriousness and inner ardency: my head is inwardly and
    • that we want to view the head from within, how this perspective
    • our head for our earthly vision.
    • Experience the head's cosmic form
    • that we stop and feel the head's cosmic form in this closed,
    • Experience the head's cosmic shape
    • the cosmic shape can be experienced in the head
    • cross to the spiritual world — we ascribe to our head our
    • spirit. We ascribe the thoughts to our head, that is, we
    • ascribe the spirit to our head, because the spirit lives in the
    • The head's spirit,
    • Look: thinking, the spirit's head, becomes the will; feeling
    • The head's spirit,
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    • his thinking through the impulse of the head
    • the Guardian of the Threshold now says: Look into this head. It
    • that is within the head, within this dark cell - as it appears
    • living thinking. [The interior of the head, yellow, is drawn on
    • streaming out of his body into the head, which create the will,
    • incarnation and form our heads, all of  which makes the
    • heading. Blackboard writing is always in italics.]
    • have arrived at the spiritual figure of the head that we had
    • figure of the head that we had over there, if we can feel what
    • Thinking sinks down from head forces;
    • Thinking sinks down from head forces;
    • Thinking sinks down from head forces;
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • emerged demoniacal forms, equine shapes with human heads, leonine
    • forms with the heads of angels. They arose out of the warp and woof
    • the demoniacal beings such as horses with human heads and leonine
    • forms with angels' heads — all these surging, mobile,
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    • forms with the heads of angels. They arose out of the warp and woof
    • the demoniacal beings such as horses with human heads and leonine
    • forms with angels' heads — all these surging, mobile,
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    • bow our heads in grateful reverence and reverent gratitude,
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    • bow our heads in grateful reverence and reverent gratitude,
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Three: Form and Substantiality of the Mineral Kingdom in Relation to the Levels of Consciousness in Man
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    • conjures up a picture of a physical heart or head. But they are, of
    • or the forehead, is an indication that all these various states of
    • that which has its centre in the forehead (tin). The iron
    • (the sagittal suture) of the head. Wherever we turn, a minute
    • he fondly imagines that he is thinking with his head. That is not the
    • reality. It is not the head as such, but its physical aspect, that
    • belongs to the Earth. The head consciousness extends from the larynx
    • in the head centre. What determines your human condition between
    • centre. It is pure illusion to imagine that man's head consciousness
    • lead consciousness which reaches to the Saturn sphere; our head
    • the heart centre. But the head is fully aware of the happenings in
    • activities proceeds from the heart; the head, meanwhile, can
    • the head, and a fifth that is unrelated to the worlds of space and
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    • only. When we speak of the heart or head, the commonsense view
    • conjures up a picture of a physical heart or head. But they are, of
    • or the forehead, is an indication that all these various states of
    • that which has its centre in the forehead (tin). The iron
    • (the sagittal suture) of the head. Wherever we turn, a minute
    • he fondly imagines that he is thinking with his head. That is not the
    • reality. It is not the head as such, but its physical aspect, that
    • belongs to the Earth. The head consciousness extends from the larynx
    • in the head centre. What determines your human condition between
    • centre. It is pure illusion to imagine that man's head consciousness
    • lead consciousness which reaches to the Saturn sphere; our head
    • the heart centre. But the head is fully aware of the happenings in
    • activities proceeds from the heart; the head, meanwhile, can
    • the head, and a fifth that is unrelated to the worlds of space and
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  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 1: Requirements of Our Life together in the Anthroposophical Society
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    • some kind of a headband. Coincidentally, as it were, I knew the man
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    • up our headquarters here in this area, and so we find ourselves living
    • take every opportunity to beat it into people's hard heads that this
    • who were head and shoulders above the rest of humanity would be considered.
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    • kind—similarly, if a bull is depicted with the head of
    • a man or a lion with the head of a man. Such symbols were in
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    • precisely through the head that we can emancipate ourselves
    • organ of the head, Earth-evolution would soon reach a point
    • vulnerable, namely, in his head. The stronghold which it is
    • easiest for Lucifer to capture is the human head; and
    • everything that is similar to the head in respect of the
    • created to the intention aimed at the human head. Just as in
    • be taken that not everything in man proceeding from the head
    • everything shall depend upon head-activity and the activity
    • entirely independent of the head. And this was achieved
    • race something that is independent of the head, that passes
    • the exclusive sovereignty of the head, and they launch their
    • attacks by way of the head against everything that is purely
    • through the head: science, art, in short, all progress. He is
    • be realised that inasmuch as he brings about head-activity,
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    • at the head of which was the man on his way to judgment in Lhassa,
    • she still cherished. The Shaman at the head of the shrieking,
    • designated by their headgear: the Yellow Caps and the Red Tassels.
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    • honestly researched knowledge, and then to go ahead and present it.
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    • of chest and head, wings, larynx and ears.
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    • my dear friends, do you have heads as well as a card file? I am not
    • heads.”
    • two-headed creature? It is absolutely vital that people's energies
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture II: The Theosophical Society: A Common Body with a Conscious Self. Blavatsky Phenomenon
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  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture V: Anti-Christianity. - The Healing of the Gulf.
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    • then landed on your head, and that is what he had to be able to say.
    • will drop the letters on your head.” Then Judge could say with
    • on his head clean out of the air!
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture VI: The Two First Periods of the Anthroposophic Movement
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    • We were in India, at headquarters; and he wanted to make
    • down on one's head; and I must he able to say so.’ —
    • let the letter drop down on your head. — And then he
    • had come flying down on his head out of the air!’
    • was closely in touch with Indian headquarters, and enjoyed such
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Seven: The Consolidation of the Anthroposophic Movement
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  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture VII: The Third Stage: The Present Day. - Life-Conditions of the Anthroposophical Society
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    • speak on Anthroposophy. It never entered my head to say No;
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  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Eight: Responsibility to Anthroposophy
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    • understand this in those clever heads of theirs, by which so much
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement (1938): Lecture VIII: Conclusions: The Anthroposophical Society and its Future Conduct.
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    • entered his head to connect anything so abstract with a
    • are, of course, buzzing about in the heads of all the people
  • Title: Christmas Conference: Lecture 3: Rudolf Steiner's Opening Lecture and Reading of the Statutes
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    • be to hide our head in the sand, believing that because
    • headquarters of the Anthroposophical Society is at the
    • — also make the effort to use their heads intelligently
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  • Title: Christmas Conference: Lecture 4: The Laying of the Foundation Stone
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    • of thinking and perceiving with his head. Yesterday I
    • in the system of his head, which is at rest on his shoulders
    • system of his head and pouring warmth of heart into this
    • system of his head, he will experience the ruling, working,
    • head; the force of Christ working in the circumference,
    • The wise heads of kings.
    • Enlighten thou our heads,
    • What we from our heads would direct
    • hearts and the enlightening of our heads which we need if we
    • Thou livest in the resting head
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    • another without the need for our heads to knock together,
    • Thou livest in the resting head
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    • that the formulation of this sentence was quite a headache
    • suggestion, please go ahead. But the one you suggested just
  • Title: Meditation: The Foundation Stone Meditation (FTS Trans.)
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    • The wise kings' heads.
    • Our heads,
  • Title: Christmas Conference: Lecture 9: Continuation of the Foundation Meeting, 28 December, 10 a.m.
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    • head of the different Sections those persons who are in a
    • locality or subject. The headquarters of the
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    • society such as the one to be founded here a pedantic head is
  • Title: Christmas Conference: Lecture 12: Continuation of the Foundation Meeting, 29 December, 10 a.m.
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    • The wise heads of kings.
    • Enlighten thou our heads,
    • What we from our heads would direct
    • What we from our heads would direct
    • What we from our heads would
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    • What we from our heads would direct
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    • in the resting head
    • in the resting head
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  • Title: Christmas Conference: Lecture 20: On the Right Entry into the Spiritual World: The Responsibility Incumbent on Us
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    • The wise heads of kings.
    • Enlighten thou our heads,
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    • healing. Help will come to you because your heads will be
    • Our heads!
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    • these words work on us. For we should realize that we can't see the Godhead
    • outer clothing of the Godhead. We should create a picture out of the
    • instance, if one would meditate: A part of the Godhead rests in
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    • streams go up from the heart to the head, glow and shine around the
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    • unreal? For anybody who says this knows that the Godhead can't
    • in the Godhead of the world. We should let our own intellect speak ad
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    • is given to us by the Godhead: it thinks us, it weaves us, it works
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    • look for all of its pains. One begins somewhat over the head,
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    • thoughts — it's as if we had stuck our head into an anthill.
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    • hit our head against a hard object we feel it because the head
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    • Aristotle's statement that warmth goes from the heart to the head and
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part III: Norrkoeping, 7-14-'14
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  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • The skeleton consists firstly of the head, which to a certain
    • observation, to see that the human head is a whole, the rest
    • head. And the human head is something which in a rounded and
    • the human head into the appearance of man himself, the result
    • when the head is transformed into the whole organism,
    • upon us so that it becomes head, we get something in
    • one only in the forms of the head, Something appears that in
    • upwards over the head to appear like a kind of hood that is
    • trying to seize hold of the head in such a way that what in
    • metamorphosis, the human head passes over into the sombre,
    • what feeling demands when not the head but the rest of the
    • realisation in the human head — then this makes it
    • never enter the head of anyone to want to paint
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' From the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • Ah, dearly, for life's fountain-head.”
    • — nearer life's fountain-head. To begin with he seeks
    • force line in this overhead could be spread out over the
    • to acquire it headfirst to show himself wholly fitted to
    • standing there in stone, but covered from head to foot with a
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • anchored in the Godhead, and weaving its web in eternity.
    • for example, and to say: This human head is, from one point
    • cloud-cuckoo-land; this head must be understood as having
    • have made clear between the human head and the rest of the
    • Mr. X, you seem to be a complete blockhead today. Then the
    • have turned him into a blockhead?
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    • to dream they have been beheaded. All such things, so often
    • one-sided. And men's heads are bound to be full of this
    • man. We know the man of the head; this man of the head, since
    • head in man would, as a microcosm, correspond to the
    • threefold Moon, the head-man, chest-man, and limb-man were
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    • obvious correct scientific explanation of the human head
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    • bodily conditions but not those of the head.
    • the head, the skull-bones? But Goethe — anyone who has
    • what that something is — the head of the present man is
    • earth-life will, in the next life, become the head. There,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • permeate the human body. What today is my head has its form
    • with the exception of the head, transformed till, in the next
    • incarnation, it becomes my next head. This is the crown of
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • for those with inner sight when the human head is represented
    • as having gradually evolved from the animal head. It is
    • head to develop further, a fearsome monster would emerge in
    • part of your body. Were that alone to form the head, were it
    • to form the head out of itself, the result would be a real
    • abortion of a head — a horrible animal-monster. For
    • washes up against it, is the human head able to arise. It
    • cosmos. This human head is constructed in a state of
    • spiritual world. We slip into our physical head and cannot
    • the Goethe Society at the head of which is not a Goethe
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    • our head. Then we can awaken to the consciousness, ‘Ah!
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    • without heads, as it were. Instead of taking up the basis for
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    • in our head. But that is only due to our not having developed
    • form of the head bone. But that is not the principle
    • realise that the wise powers of the Godhead in the cosmos
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    • a marvelous way we shall recognize in the human head, in its arching
    • of forehead and crown, a copy — not just as allegory but inward
    • image of the universe is shaped by forehead and upper head. Similarly,
    • upper head; planetary circling in the mobile gaze of the eye, and in
    • as he lives with his soul in his body. To repeat, the human head mirrors
    • the universe artistically. In forehead and the arching crown of the
    • head we see the still vault of the heavens; in eye, nose and upper lip,
    • is beheld as living image, it does not remain in the head as abstraction.
    • pretty ideas, but now, suddenly, your head becomes empty; you cannot
    • think at all; you feel the true significance of forehead, crown, eye,
    • would become a sculptor, his head must cease to think. It is the most
    • dreadful thing for a sculptor to think with his head. It is nonsense;
    • impossible. The head must be able to rest, to remain empty; arms and
    • formed the upper part of Athene's head by raising a helmet which is
    • actually part of that head. Her helmet gives expression to the shaping
    • forehead in Greek profiles, in the whole structure, the Greeks expressed
    • is glorious to feel, in the artistic presentation of a Greek head, how
    • in the way it arches the forehead, models the nose, lets the mouth recede,
    • as sculptors, we abandoned head thinking, so now we lose the concept
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    • to speak himself but to let the godhead speak through him. He offered
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    • do not arise in the head; that thoughts live everywhere; that what the
    • human being draws into the vessel of his head as thought comes from the
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    • perceptive, he sensed that his head had been given him by the spiritual
    • become our head in the next; and so on, from life to life. Ancient man
    • That part of the human organism which was not head during one earth-life
    • transforms itself, dynamically, into head in the subsequent life. Then
    • body having perished, how can a head arise from it? The other objections
    • inheres in all parts of our physical organism below the head (whether
    • relationship of our head in our next earth life. When the metamorphosis
    • of legs, feet and so forth into head takes place, the higher hierarchies
    • that the top of the head appears as an image of the vast space arching
    • say: In the upper part of the head we have a faithful image of the heavens;
    • in the middle, an adaptation of the head to forces which triumph in
    • so forth. The whole organism below the head has no form relationship
    • to the head's spherical form — it has a relationship of substance,
    • indeed to everything pertaining to the middle part of the head. And
    • how what has passed through the heavens to become head on earth (out
    • of the previous headless body-formation) is in its majestic spherical
    • in terms of European mythology, the head of the human being contains,
    • become clear only if we perceive the human head artistically, in relation
    • Jotunheim. There lives in the head the entire human being:
    • upper part of the head the purest memory of his previous incarnation;
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    • feel, intimately, the significance of the formation of man's head (my
    • minus head, during his previous incarnation; if we see it as the work
    • then we understand the head, especially its upper part. If, on the other
    • hand, we see correctly the middle of man's head, his nose and lower
    • correctly the lower head, mouth and chin, then we understand that, even
    • in the head, there is a part adapted to the purely earthly. In this
    • For an intimate connection exists between the vaulting of the head and
    • Muse descends and, making use of man through his head, proclaims man's
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    • a head resembling the firmament; how thought represents a spiritual
    • head position changes, the child in the mother's arms moves. What we
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    • a human forehead the way one believes it should look is nonsense; this
    • is not painting. But to observe how the sun rays strike that forehead, how
    • preponderates. This third and highest realm receives her head and
    • the reception of Mary's head by God the Father, that now we must go
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    • the involvement of the head: you take a step forward (your head not
    • backwards with the left foot, allowing the head to follow [in the same
    • step together with the movement of the head and arm (hand on the chest)
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    • head the frontal bone, the parietal bone and the occipital bone, and
    • came into being by accident. In reality, the head is the octave of the
    • head is the octave of the foot) as there is in the other facts contained
    • your starting-point, and take what the head has done for it (for the
    • head has something to do with the fact that you are able to walk with
    • your feet), and if you really grasp the activity of the head and the
    • foot and the head), then you will be able to feel: The height of the
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    • the limb-organization. Should feeling tend in the direction of the head,
    • music inclines away from the intellect that the head has so little to
    • do in tone eurythmy. Indeed in speech eurythmy, too, the head should
    • the same as in speech eurythmy, the head need not remain inactive. But
    • of the musical element, that is pitch, the activity of the head should
    • The head may be brought
    • indeed, a certain use of the head in eurythmy now becomes necessary.
    • do with feeling. That is why the head may be brought to our aid. The
    • head is not used here as a little interpreter; it simply expresses its
    • Here it is somewhat different than with the head. In the head, that
    • jaws can only move a little; they are at rest. Indeed the head is entirely
    • values by a use of the head, looking either towards or away. The dynamics
    • well expressed when, with a quick tempo, the head is turned forwards
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    • feeling only has to unite itself with thought, with the head system,
    • legs, for instance, or the head, the nose, ears, what you will —
    • the eyes look upwards or straight ahead?” But that is not the
    • forehead, for instance, or in the nape of the neck, while in other
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    • I made a garland for her head,
    • head
    • Superior by the head,
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    • hoary head and his heart was heavy,
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    • poetry was to be sought where the fountain-head of art sprang more
    • gargled overhead. They were the root
    • and bellowing. His massy head,
    • backward rears its head and huffs its glance
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    • conflict; over head the dismal hiss
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    • extent, the soul makes use of the brain, the head-nerve organism,
    • what takes place in the human head-nerve organism.
    • red dotted lines indicate the head-nerve organism. They therefore
    • represent the forces running along the nerve fibers of the head. This
    • through the spinal cord to the head, constantly encounters the nerve
    • each other. Instead, an interplay of both takes place in the head.
    • of breathing extends into the head and is directly activated from
    • also into the head-breathing. When man shifts from speaking to
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    • use to a very great extent of the brain, the system of head and
    • minute the system of head and nerves. The whole structure of the head
    • the spinal canal right up into the head, and the impact of the
    • the nerve-strands. Pressing upward to the head through the spinal
    • activity of the nerves in the head. We have not a separate nervous
    • activity, and a separate breathing activity; we have in the head a
    • into the head which is directly called into activity when, as in
    • the breathing process of the head). Thus we may say, the very process
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    • activity of the head, came about later as the downward streams of
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    • experienced in the human head. The significance of the element of
    • melody in human nature is that it makes the head of the human being
    • accessible to feelings. Otherwise, the head is only open to the
    • concept. Through melody the head becomes open to feeling, to actual
    • feeling. It is as if you brought the heart into the head through
    • can say that while the melody is carried from the heart to the head
    • head of this spirit. The ability to experience the element of harmony
    • just that instead of “head” was say, “melody”;
    • become alive in man, he would feel: my etheric head is in the element
    • prove that the head of man experiences music. The string instruments
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    • believe that their thoughts are confined only to their heads. We
    • these thoughts were only within the heads of man. He who believes
    • that thoughts are only in the human head is as prejudiced as one —
    • ridiculous to claim that thoughts originate in the human head as it
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    • resounded the Word of the Godhead: “May Light become.”
    • And it became light. And the Godhead perceived the Light and
    • Godhead. This ancient idea contains quite another concept of Spirit
    • Spirit of the Godhead brooded and weaved over the depths.”
    • over the waters. Into the waters the creating words of the Godhead
    • Godhead, working formatively into this space. Then we hear the words
    • emerging was still waste and void: and the Spirit of the Godhead
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    • etheric head is densified and as a result of the formation of
    • the etheric sheath of the head is always around us. Man, the
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    • the Godhead and I will approach.’ When a man felt
    • himself rising to the Godhead he was conscious of the
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    • as the creative element, as the upper part of the human head,
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    • some way off, is seen to pitch headlong into the water. We
    • him. So he stood over his head in seeming like unto the
    • stature. And it stood over my head and charged me saying:
    • own feet, on the spearhead of his own ego, is wonderful
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    • to a head at the present time could be recognised at least by
    • dome is to arch overhead, rising over the forms
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    • he frees the etheric body of his head and looks from within
    • differ from the blustering racket overhead.
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    • know, anything about the great vistas which lie ahead in
    • almost entirely used for thinking today, namely, the head. In
    • from us than our heads! For in all, essentials, the head, as
    • in the head is in reality as remote from men as is their
    • (German, “head”) of my own.” That is an
    • error. No one has a mind (or “head”) of his own;
    • his head belongs to the Cosmos! If someone were to say:
    • a head or a “mind” of his own.
    • experience this too, merely with the head. In reality a
    • not with the “head-brain” but with a second brain
    • is only the head-brain that is baffled by this kind of
    • thinking. But it is also the head-brain that creates the soil
    • head-brain alone is active and creative today. But the second
    • think with their heads they will not be able to be creative
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    • of the cheek from the temple of the forehead might really be taken as
    • if he understands the whole human structure, the formation of the head,
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    • of death in our head. Were these forces which are active in our head
    • the tendency in our head to death is continually balanced by the tendency
    • stand before this figure and say: What do there two or three heads mean
    • with a blue border, to see a head in profile. This follows of itself
    • the understanding, because they only take it as a wisdom for the head,
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    • as the upper part of the human head, unless he is in a position to
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    • the heading either of thought of will appears to be something
    • But as we know from other studies, the organization of the human head
    • head is really the result, the metamorphosed result of the previous
    • life on earth. Roughly speaking, we have our head because our limbs
    • have been metamorphosed from the previous life into the head. The
    • metamorphosed into the head we shall carry in our next earth-life. At
    • head. These thoughts, as we have also seen, are the reshaping of what
    • beings with heads, we must look back to our past, for in this past we
    • This is what in future will become our head: thinking man. But we
    • Imagination, of Inspiration and of Intuition sees not merely the head
    • head makes him. He looks, as it were, in the direction of the
    • requires between birth and death, the head appears in the shape and
    • the basis of the head's organization, that which comes down from
    • the head. Thus the thought-element (See Diagram 1) viewed objectively, is
    • the human head (Thought in the diagram), which contains thought in its
    • outside — thought. The head from within — thought, from
    • person who goes to sleep I continually do, and look back at my head,
    • pedantic thinkers, merely working with the head; we know that what
    • does work in our heads is really the light that surrounds us. And we
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    • so on. One could really say that the modern physicist cannot make head
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  • Title: History of Art: Lecture I: Cimabue, Giotto, and Other Italian Masters
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    • portrait with the head we saw before, by Ghirlandajo. In that
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    • 64a. Leonardo da Vinci: Heads of Apostles. (Weimar.)
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    • — of arms and legs, of head and trunk — as a natural
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    • 17. Head of Christ. (Study for the Last Supper.) (Brera. Milan)
    • at the Head of Christ. These reproductions are familiar.
    • with an individual and human feeling. Hermann Grimm drew the head of
    • to the head of the Apollo of Belvedere. We will now show some of the
    • 65. Head of Christ. (Detail from the Last Judgment. Sistine Chapel.)
    • 66. Head of Apollo Belvedere. (Rome, Vatican Greek sculpture))
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    • Art is able to express. Man walks along, man turns his head. With
    • every step, with every turning of the head, new impulses of light
    • your minds not only the head with its peculiar expression, but the
    • 37. Lucas Cranach. Judith with the Head of
    • the heads of the characters are surch as the artist saw around him
    • 44. Dürer. Heads of St. John and St. Peter.
    • 45. Dürer. Heads of St. Paul and St. Mark.
    • his ‘Heads of Apostles.’
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    • Passion, and notably in the head of Christ Himself as conceived by
    • 2. Head of Mary. (Detail of the above.)
    • this Head of Christ would be an important station. Also the Head of
    • Christ in the Cathedral of Amiens, and afterwards, the Head of
    • Head of Christ by Albrecht Dürer.
    • 14. Head of “the Church.” (Detail of
    • 16. Head of the “Synagogue.” (Detail
    • well. The head, which we will now show in detail, is most
    • 19. Head of King Stephen. (Detail of above.)
    • 43. Head of Adam. (Detail of above. Wurzburg.)
    • 45. Head of Eve. Til Riemenschneider. (Detail of
    • single head alone:
    • 53. Hans Baldung. Head of an Old Man. (Berlin
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    • man here, of whom only half the head is visible, made a great fuss.
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    • the Seven-headed Dragon (1498.)
    • respects the source and fountainhead of German Art. They could not work
    • of the Head of Christ, which was elaborated by and by in the course
    • of time, had already reached. Compare this Head of Christ with the one
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    • 5. Head of a youth.
    • 10. Head of Athena
    • next, the head of Zeus, which is to be seen in Rome:
    • In this head of Zeus you
    • 32. Medusa Head. (Glyptothek. Munich.)
    • 79. Verrocchio. Head and Shoulders. (Detail of the above.)
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    • his head for the new St Peter's Church. Both Julius II and
    • the new ideas powerfully rumbling in their heads, new impulses
    • experienced by the heads of church fathers, bishops and popes
    • characterise for yourself the two Paul heads, which we have
    • (extract from 196) Head of Paul out of “The Saint Cecile”.
    • These are heads studied by Raphael in which he wanted to depict
    • (Extract from 234) Head of Paul from “Paul's sermon in
    • and compare that to the two heads of Paul which we have looked
    • at (235, 236) with the heads here (203) on your right and you
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    • these two paulinic heads we have just allowed to work in our minds,
    • 12. Raphael, Head of Paul from Holy Cecilia
    • 13. Raphael. Head of Paul from The Sermon of Paul
    • These are heads Raphael
    • heads we have seen, with the head here, with the right one from your
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture XI: Icons, Miniatures, German Masters
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    • head. Look at the sleeping Saint Zedonius: he still wears the
    • tried to show the front view of the head, how on the right he
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture 11: Fourth and Fifth Post-Atlantean Epochs, Medieval Art in the Middle, West, and South of Europe
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    • figures. All you need to do, is to compare the heads with each other. You
    • head of the one guard from the front, how he shows the other one with the
    • head from the back. One can see has there enters the striving to form in
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture XII: Greek and Early Christian Art, Symbolic Signs, the Mystery of Gold
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  • Title: History of Art: Lecture XIII: The Changes in the Conception of Christ During a Certain Period of Time
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    • what we have ahead.
    • copy of what sprung in the Roman head where it originated.
    • Wood sculptural group, detail: Head of The Representative of
    • Wood sculptural group, detail: Head of The Representative of
    • Study of the head of The Representative of Man, plasticine.
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    • in the head, in the working together of blood and nerves, whereby
    • our organism, in the head, in the chest and in the lower body, there
    • Now as human beings we are manifestly divided into the head system,
    • divided into a head system, chest system, and a system of the lower
    • that cannot be done when dealing with realities. In the head we are
    • principally head, but the whole human being is head, only what is
    • outside the head is not principally head. For though the actual sense
    • organs are in the head, we have the sense of touch and the sense of
    • warmth over the whole body. Thus in that we feel warmth we are head
    • all over. In the head only are we principally head, but we are
    • secondarily head in the rest of the body. Thus the parts are
    • have us be. The head extends everywhere, only it is specially
    • developed in the head proper. The same is true of the chest. Chest is
    • For the head is also to some extent chest as is the lower body with
    • same in the lower body. Some physiologists have noticed that the head
    • head-nerve system does not really lie within the outer brain layer of
    • Now the question is: why have we the contrast between the head system
    • because at a certain moment the head system is breathed out by the
    • cosmos. Man has the form of his head by reason of the antipathy of the
    • him that it pushes it out, then the image or copy arises. In the head
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    • out of the window; another was lying on his stomach with his head
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VI
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    • body that was walking with your legs, but that your head had your legs
    • could only walk in a sleeping condition. Because your head is placed
    • parts of your body, you carry your head. Now the head must be able to
    • carriage. And it is only because the head allows itself, as in a
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VII
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    • head, and increases in intensity the further we go into the human
    • Those organs, especially in the head, that we call nerves, the nerve
    • world on its head.” The truth is that the world is already
    • standing on its head, and we have to set it on its legs again by means
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VIII
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    • I have pointed out to you that the human being is principally head in
    • the head region, but that he is really all head: he is principally
    • head too partakes of the chest nature, and so does the limb-man. The
    • limb-man: for the limbs partake of the head nature and also of the
    • Course for Teachers) I used the spherical form for the head, the
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture X
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    • Consideration of Body. Spherical (Sun) form of head. Moon form of
    • breast. Radial form of limbs. Jaws are stunted limbs in head. Blood
    • and muscle nature of limbs. Tubular limb bones: rounded head bones.
    • Metamorphosis in bones. Head centre is within: breast centre outside:
    • sculpture. Head arrests limb movement. Head and breast turn limb dance
    • to song and music. Head man reveals Body: Breast man Body and Soul:
    • consequences. Head alone is evolved animal, not breast or limbs.
    • members of his nature. We have pointed out that the head is
    • essentially round; that the true nature of the bodily head is given in
    • the form of a sphere to the head, and a moon form to the breast —
    • the sun as corresponding to the head, and of the moon as corresponding
    • understand that the head form of man is a comparatively complete,
    • self-enclosed thing. The head form reveals, physically, that it is a
    • appears. The head form is the one that conceals least of itself.
    • head is altogether body; the breast portion of man is body towards the
    • back, soul towards the front. Thus it is only in that we have our head
    • Into these two members of the human being, head and breast (more
    • consists of the limbs. But the head also has its limbs. If you look
    • system. But in the upper and lower jaws — the limbs of the head
    • limbs of the head, because what has to be developed in them is
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    • Relation of head to Body, Soul and Spirit. In first period of
    • hence he imitates. Head fully formed at change of teeth. Relation of
    • Breast and Limbs to Body, Soul and Spirit. Head perfected but
    • You have realised that man is a threefold being, head-man, trunk man
    • First let us consider the head formation of man. Yesterday we said
    • that the head is mainly body; the chest is body and soul; and the limb
    • description of the head to say that it is principally body. In actual
    • may equally well say that the head is also soul and spirit, but in a
    • different manner from that of chest and limbs. Even at birth the head
    • is principally body. That is to say the soul and spirit of the head
    • have set their seal on the bodily form. The head (the first thing to
    • of the human soul and spirit. What relation has the bodily head to the
    • soul and spirit? Because the head has reached something like
    • relation to the head is this: at birth and throughout its earliest
    • years the child's soul is dreaming in the head; while his spirit in
    • the head is asleep.
    • head in a remarkable way. In our head nature we have a very highly
    • head spirit is asleep. Hence in his head spirit he can dwell outside
    • the head body. He can remain in the environment. For man's spirit and
    • his sleeping spirit and dreaming soul, is outside his head; he is with
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    • Relation of human organs to outer world. Head the oldest formation. It
    • his head system, and he has gone beyond the animal system to the real
    • formation of the head.
    • Now we spoke yesterday of how far the formation of the head takes part
    • human body proceeds from the forces which are to be found in the head.
    • And we saw how the work of the head reaches a kind of conclusion with
    • head, the chest organs and the limb organs. We should answer the
    • question: what does the head really do in carrying out its work in
    • head right down into the physical form; and the head continues its aid
    • The head is involved in shaping the human form. But does the head
    • to accept the view that your head is constantly trying, in secret, to
    • when the head would like to shape you so that you would look like a
    • All the shapes which your head really designs in you, you find spread
    • animal kingdom you can say to yourself: that am I; but when the head
    • through the head system. But it is such that he is continually carried
    • can say: there is the man. There is his head, and in the head a wolf
    • immediately dissolved by the trunk and the limbs. In the head a lamb
    • animal, streaming down from the head, is not expressed in the senses,
    • reality this is present as a super-sensible process. Your head is not
    • sphere. If the head has too strong an inclination to produce something
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    • Head formed from within out; limbs from without in Man acts as dam for
    • the limb man is in complete contrast to that of the head man. We must
    • understand the forms of the limb man is to imagine the head forms
    • man. If we were to draw it as a diagram we might say: the head is
    • out at the forehead. (This turning inside out is a process of great
    • significance in the life of man.) Consider your forehead, and imagine
    • forehead. Now on the palm of your hand or on the sole of your foot, a
    • forehead from within, only in the reverse direction. So that when you
    • your sole, or through your palm, what streams towards your forehead
    • the head system is made difficult. For this reason it is not right to
    • heads to be separated off from the soul-spiritual stream. For fat
    • obstructs soul and spirit, and renders the head empty. It is a
    • Now something very remarkable happens in man's head: as all spirit and
    • activity of the chest abdomen, not of the head system. This activity
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIV
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    • In Head, nose represents trunk, jaws limbs. Actual limbs are jaws of a
    • spiritual head which continually devour man from without. Upper part
    • of chest man develops to head nature in larynx — the “head
    • parts of head. When second teeth appear grammar needed as
    • system of the head — the head formation of man, and what belongs
    • human being, it will be particularly clear how man's head is in itself
    • In the head we have the real head; but we have also the trunk, that is
    • mouth. So we can see how the whole human being is present in the head
    • in bodily form. Only, the chest part of the head is stunted; it is so
    • Thus the head is a whole human being, only the non-head part of it is
    • stunted: chest and lower body are also present in the head but in a
    • human trunk (see drawing) you must think of the real head as somewhere
    • head that opens its jaws in the direction of your chest and your
    • What then does this invisible head do? It is constantly devouring you.
    • representation of the real facts. Whereas man's proper head is a
    • material bodily head, the head belonging to his limb-nature is a
    • spiritual head, but one that becomes a little material so that it can
    • Thus we can say: the head and limb nature of man form a contrast to
    • In man's chest there is in reality just as much head nature as limb
    • nature. Limb nature and head nature are interwoven in the chest
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  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
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    • affects the head, “head-man” (kopfmensch).
    • with nothing but their heads; they have at the most dragged the
    • head.” The child first learns to write down
    • head,” just painting the word as a copy. Then we
    • split the word “head” into h-e-a-d; we bring the
    • particularly cultivated from the head downwards. The head
    • right course of education and instruction for the head,
    • a way that we draw out the head-element from the whole being,
    • the right experiences pass from his head into his limbs:
    • from his head into the rest of his body. But the ego and the
    • being startled by something, not only your head and your heart
    • being, not only the heart and the head.
    • into the head, to be felt there by the child. We must have the
    • the head and the heart only come later. Try never to appeal in
    • stories to the head and the understanding, but tell stories so
    • love, to move the whole being, not only the heart and the head.
    • head. Take this example: I want to make clear to the child the
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture II: On Language - the Oneness of man with the Universe
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    • “Antipathy and sympathy meet even in the head.” We
    • being intercepted at a certain point in the head for the first
    • breast and a parallel activity which takes place in the head,
    • the head it has faded into an image. When you speak, you have
    • same time with an image of it, with an activity of the head.
    • standstill and the “head-man” merely accompanies
    • human head do we say “Kopf,” but for cabbage
    • head in the word “Kopf.” The Roman did not express
    • the form of the head; he said “caput,” and thereby
    • comprehending, understanding power of the head. He drew
    • his name for “head” from a quite different source.
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    • an anomaly; we ought to evolve the head from the rest of the
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    • women wear on their heads, a bow of ribbon, you begin just the
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VII: The Teaching in the Ninth Year - Natural History - the Animal Kingdom
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    • principal division of man into head, trunk, and limbs, but in
    • form: that the head is spherical, that it is slightly flattened
    • the head artistically, as spherical. This is important. In this
    • the trunk is in a sense a fragment of the head. And then, for
    • with the spherical head. You can say to him: “You have
    • your eyes, your ears, your nose, your mouth, in your head. You
    • about the outside world you know through your head.” If
    • conception of the formation and function of the head. Then you
    • head. The part of man which most resembles the cuttle-fish is
    • the head. It is prejudice which causes people to imagine that
    • the head is their most perfect organ. The head is indeed very
    • relation of the human head to its surroundings is that of the
    • means of its head, man cannot do this. The head must be poised
    • cuttle-fish, which is really all head and nothing else, can
    • the children a feeling of how the lower animals are heads which
    • head. And you must awaken in the children a feeling for the
    • the lower animals have the character of head, the higher
    • the most perfect creature in the world by virtue of his head.
    • human being knows instinctively that his head is a lazy-bones,
    • because of his head, because of his lazy-bones of a head, but
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    • is participation in a world made by human heads and hands
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    • condition particularly applies to the human head. I already explained
    • head as something lifeless, as something which is constantly dying.
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    • exclusively to the head, even if we do not intend to do so. The
    • system but in the head, in the nerve-sense system, became more
    • fully human. They just sit with their heads unhappily in their
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture II: Forces Leading to Health and Illness in Education
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    • head, eye muscles, and so forth, can be designated as changes
    • When the human being bows his head, a change takes place in his
    • head. The bubbling effervescence in sparkling water is a
    • toward the human head. Looking at a spring of sparkling water,
    • the lungs to the head. In the head, something must continually
    • head of a human being, then the carbon within him suddenly
    • development of marsh gas in the head. If we bring as many
    • effervesce toward the head. We therefore play a part, in fact,
    • that the head is a remarkable vault that can be filled with
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture III: A Comprehensive Knowledge of Man as the Source of Imagination in the Teacher
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture I: The Necessity for a Spiritual Insight
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    • organisation of the head. It lies, that is, in a cavity apart, so that
    • from his head continuously into his arms. So that a man can do deeds
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    • ahead, for example, to what we shall be in ten years' time, and set'
    • rhythmic nature of man, — a second nature over against the head
    • the child is entirely Sense Organ, namely, entirely Head; as I have
    • in our head.
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    • notices that one can make something vibrate in the head
    • organism, with the single exception of the head. That which is
    • head.
    • with the exception of the head. The etheric body in the head is
    • etheric body begins to be in movement also in the head. In sleep,
    • then, the whole of our being — the head as well as the other
    • body in the head. But, of course, when there is a very sudden waking,
    • head. In the book, Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its
    • has actually made headway. Wide-hearted sympathies and
    • head. This then makes it possible for a man to see the time-body, the
    • — the world of ideas. Mankind looks ahead to a death of warmth,
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    • spiritually directed, the boy's head became smaller. I know a doctor
    • might say perhaps his head would have become smaller in any case.
    • out a hair of our head and regard the hair as a thing in itself. The
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VI: The Teacher as Artist in Education
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    • goes into his head and it is met by what comes from his inner being,
    • digestion, and growth, from coming into his head. It is not in the
    • body. His head becomes inactive. His body becomes ever more and more
    • him must be through the' senses. The principle senses are in the head.
    • The phlegmatic child can make little use of his head. The rest of his
    • strong a circulation in his head system and cause such a disturbance
    • head into the rest of his organism. The physical organism of his head
    • head to the rest of his organism. What is learned gets stuck, as it
    • were, in the head. It cannot penetrate down into the rest of the
    • paper painted on by the child whose ideas are stuck in his head.
    • child whose ideas are congested in his head.
    • head, sift through his head as through a sieve; where everything goes
    • into the body, and the child grasps nothing because his head is like a
    • ideas stick in his head and will not come out of it, your aim will be
    • head is like a sieve, who lets everything through into the rest of his
    • — whose heads are like a sieve, where everything falls through
    • stuck fast in their heads — should be got to do their movements
    • gymnastics differently from the child whose ideas go through his head
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    • a little touched in the head.
    • their will, not merely to the thoughts in their heads. And then, when
    • some piece of stuff; tie it together, make the head here, paint in the
    • (The head and tail of the temperament bird can be moved up or down.
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    • a superabundance, particularly in the head, — a superabundance of
    • them strongly in himself. The way a performer holds his head as he
    • for instance, he keeps the muscles on the left of the head taut, and
    • the head are somewhat tense, those on the right relaxed. You will
    • another figure) the forehead is contracted, the muscles of the
    • forehead are contracted. This, you see, sets the tone of the whole
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    • questions must not buzz in one's head, but must be borne in one's
    • everything according to their heads believe this. Truths are often
    • on in one direction and push ahead regardless of anything but his one
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    • arithmetical task, he naturally knows the answer in his head.
    • characteristic forms of illness all stem from the head, from
    • activities also work from the head downward. At the change of
    • teeth, the head has been the most perfectly molded and shaped
    • the head. Because of the way these illnesses manifest, one will
    • child's breathing is in the head, until, through an inner
    • head, as they do in children. It does not matter so much where
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    • is the reason why teachers whose heads are full of pedagogical
    • that a head appears above and two legs below, and you have made
    • forehead, nose, eyes. He has legs. He walks, and he holds
    • because only the head has to work. Reading has already become
    • fewer men would be walking around with bald heads!
    • grew — behind the ears, on the head, on the legs, and so
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    • winning smile. Of course, jokes should not be planned ahead,
    • bruise one's forehead. One must always try to remain in touch
    • just into thousands but into millions of heads.
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    • made possible only through the grace of the headmaster,
    • head, so in a school it is not insignificant whether a lesson
    • going ahead with the project. The underlying striving toward
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    • in the head. But when speaking about the three main organic
    • are confined only to the head, the chest, and the
    • region of the head. The rhythmic system, which includes
    • downward from the head, the center of the senses and the
    • head!” or “I'll throw it at your head!”),
    • organism, from the head downward, is so active during these
    • easily override socalled normal conditions in the head region,
    • unless one also has an understanding of the human head, because
    • bald head — can use it in the same way that the
    • head in the way children use their tousled heads, they feel
    • “child's head.” — TRANS.]
    • They can work only with the head, which is precisely what
    • of both courses is the same as, for example, the head and the
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    • a revelation of the beauty of the Godhead and at the same time an
    • and it justifies the Greeks in having placed the Gymnasts at the head
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    • the head where the teeth are pressing through; it is bound up with
    • the forces that are pressing outwards from the head. The forces that
    • — only it shows itself in the strongest form in the head. The
    • proceed from the head (many people only have this experience when
    • thinking has brought on a headache), a true knowledge shows us that
    • the force with which we think from out of the head is the same as the
    • look at the human being; we see his head; in the head the
    • head at the place where the teeth lie and how thought develops from
    • is how to put a cap on his head! We do not know how to put the spirit
    • human head, for the physical origin of thought that frees itself
    • voice changes; the larynx reveals the change. The head, therefore,
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    • development flowed downwards from the head. This downward stream of
    • has its start in the head-organism. Up to the seventh year the head
    • teeth, does the head also release itself from this strong downward
    • fact that the forces streaming from the head to the feet and from the
    • feet to the head are only organized in the course of the first two
    • years. For at the seventh year, the head, which is the bearer of
    • flowing from the head into the limbs which is there naturally in the
    • dancing and wrestling that the head-activity was poured into the
    • freeing itself in the head and the will that is becoming free in the
    • twenty-one, takes place and is checked in the human head itself. Just
    • accident; they are there because in the dental sounds the head, in
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    • palate. The sense of taste is, as it were, localized in the head. But
    • the mysterious processes of the human organism to the head, and
    • make a doll out of a handkerchief, for instance, showing a head at
    • being, that he has a head and a pair of eyes. As for the mouth, you
    • will often find it on the forehead in a child's drawings! There is as
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    • were, as an inner sculptor and with the creative forces of the head
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    • the stars, the Godhead of Whom the Divine-Earthly is also part,
    • this passing of the Godhead through a human body — contained
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    • being must lend themselves to this movement. In reading only the head
    • aware, and this time in his head, of what has already been elaborated
    • exclusively concerned with the head instead of with the forces of his
    • no meaning apart from the human head. Its meaning lies simply and
    • solely in the fact that it grows on the head of a man, or on the skin
    • important that the child should not get into his head the false ideas
    • organization. First, there is the head. A hard shell encloses the
    • system of nerves and the softer parts that lie within it. The head
    • the head-system and then lead on to the second member, the rhythmic
    • the human head.
    • Our head is
    • head, and more particularly the nervous system, must not be correlated
    • kind of elementary head. Thus we try to make the lower animal world
    • intelligible to the child as a primitive head-organization.
    • organization corresponding to the human head. In the animal species
    • animal is really nothing but head. The whole digestive system is
    • continued right on into the head. The animal's head belongs
    • limb and metabolic system. The head organization in man is thus
    • his head organization is concerned, preserves the simplest, most
    • explains the animal head. In this way, the human being emerges as a
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    • they are standing on their heads and must be reversed. Try, for
    • think of all we should have to carry about in our heads if we could
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    • forth the plants, just as the living human head brings forth hair,
    • of the world are eminently theorists; they get it into their heads
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    • exercise. Then we may tell him to touch the top of his head with the
    • head and eyes perceive is thus guided into the movements of fingers
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    • life? They sit firmly in the head, that is where they are. In
    • his head the teacher knows that a child must be taught
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    • formation of the head. Now Goethe from his youth up had a
    • wonderfully beautiful Apollo head, from which only harmonious
    • his physical body. His head completely lacks the harmonious
    • that lies between the head and the limbs, in the region of the
    • head, perfect and complete — will be able to come to its
    • stuttered showed that not everything in the region of his head
    • showed that not everything was in order in the head system) he
    • because of the demands made on the head, which resulted in
    • head, made it impossible for him to bring down into the
    • the organisation of the head is brought to a certain
    • comes about through the fact that man is born with a head which
    • balance. The secret of the human head is shown very clearly in
    • cerebral fluid that fills our head. You will doubtless remember
    • position of the head must now be brought into relationship with
    • necessary for the head to be brought into a definite
    • position. Man's sense of balance proceeds from the head.
    • us go further. At birth man's head is relatively highly
    • balance proceeding from the head. The soul, in that it is
    • walking and grasping and the forces of the head by learning to
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    • child's head. It is important to understand this. In exactly
    • the form of the head, as it actually is in the case of this
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    • head is kept busy learning the forms of the letters. The
    • emancipated, independent faculties of the head can only be made
    • hair, and forgetting that it was on your head examine it for
    • out of your head. The hair only has meaning when it is
    • growing on the head; it cannot be studied for itself. It
    • same way as the hairs belong to our head. Plants can never be
    • forehead were to recede enormously that the jaw were to jut
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    • eighteen months his head had become noticeably smaller and the
    • phrenologist felt his head and told him all kinds of nice
    • your head!” This is certainly radically described, but
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    • director or headmaster we have the teachers' conferences,
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    • the head — something must be prescribed for it. Of
    • centimetres behind the forehead, the potato substance begins to
    • shoot up into their heads, thoughts which they certainly lose
    • of which they raise their heads at the very next
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    • head. So, if we wish to express this form, we make use of
    • to K-o-pf. But now we can say: In the head there is something
    • head, not in relation to its round form, but as that which
    • the feeling that we should like to draw the form of the head
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    • concerned is glad when their content only enters into his head
    • 1914 in Vienna when I said: Everything is heading towards a
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    • the way which lies ahead. This is why such pictures rise up in
    • financial need — is always hanging over our heads. As a
    • look ahead in their thinking. They do not see the threads
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    • body, the whole man is engaged. In reading only the head is occupied
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    • whole head, as part of the whole human being. Now if you go out into
    • as your head and your hair also make a unity.
    • would be. They belong together just as the hair on the head belongs
    • skin of the head. But it is only in the head that it will grow.
    • the whole face, while the forehead recedes; then you get a dog's
    • head. If you form the head in a somewhat different way, you get a
    • lion's head, and so on.
    • that passes backwards into the head, into the skull.
    • a morphosed form and lies here below the forehead. It is a
    • have something like a hardened head on the top, for that is the
    • inkpot at your head!”
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    • whole life. Learning to think directly through the head is not the
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    • The body counts. The head looks on. Counting with fingers and toes
    • which is exclusively concerned with the activities of the head,
    • adding one to the other. This is quite untrue, for the head does not
    • peculiar organ this human head really is, and how useless for our
    • evidence, for the spiritual qualities of the head always lead back to
    • man's former earth-life. The head is a metamorphosis of the former
    • life on earth, and the fact of having a head only begins to have a
    • head at all. The truth is that we count subconsciously on our
    • its reflection into the head. The head only looks on at all that
    • occurs. The head in man is really only an apparatus for reflecting
    • what the body does. The body thinks, the body counts. The head is
    • find a remarkable analogy for this human head. If you have a car and
    • and are driven through the world. So it is with the head; it does not
    • reckons with his head. Sums are then taught to the child with the
    • bead-frame, that is to say, the child's head is made to work and then
    • the head passes on the work to the body, for it is the body which
    • his whole body. The head is the traveller that sits back restfully
    • what is attached to it, head, two arms and hands, two feet; you
    • body. If a man only thinks with his head, rather than with his limbs
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    • a different conception. Compare head, Kopf, testa. The parts of speech
    • Above is the head. It also forces its way slowly through the head
    • the spinal cord, bit by bit, into the head, gradually coming in and
    • the head.
    • this has sunk into the subconscious, so that the head can reflect
    • are really in a bad way, we human beings, because the head does not
    • settles on my forehead; I say: E (Eh). That is the expression of
    • called “head,” in Italian “testa
    • ,” in English “head.” But all this is
    • then you are expressing the fact that the head establishes or
    • Now in English one holds the opinion that the head is the most
    • is not quite correct). So that in English you say “head,”
    • only thought out with the head. Today you mostly find that people
    • only “think” language with their head. Therefore when
    • puts his finger to his forehead; when he wants to show that something
    • is not true, he shakes his head and his hand, extinguishing it, as it
    • down here and his head up there, jumps, he jumps “down”
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    • change of teeth you will find it is specially the head-organisation,
    • child's intellect during this first period of childhood when the head
    • child develops from the head downwards in the early years of his
    • embryo, an unborn child. The head is enormous and the rest of the
    • body is still stunted. Then the child is born and his head is still
    • outwardly the largest, strongest part, and out of the head proceeds
    • particularly if I have to study, I get tired, I get tired in my head.
    • also tire. The head, or the nerve-senses organism, and the
    • the head has as little to do with it as possible, but the heart, the
    • and not his head.
    • but the pattern itself should show where to lay your head. You can
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    • number is not formed by the head, but by the whole body. The head
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    • down, to overload, the whole bony structure of the head
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    • develop into diseases of the throat or head.
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    • heads; and in other creatures antennae. Not, that is to say, the
    • of the human head with its various enclosed nerve centres, reminds one
    • human head actually reminds us of prehistoric animals. It is only
    • our head, our most highly evolved and specialised part, has an
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    • ossification of the human head how the tendency towards mineralisation
    • three systems, i.e. the head man, the trunk man and the limb man, we
    • head man, but qualitatively distributed. That which has its chief
    • focus in the head, also extends over the whole man. The same is true
    • mineralisation, localised chiefly in the head, exists and must be
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    • rather matters for consideration under the special headings. But you
    • his head, and he strives earthwards with his organs of reproduction.
    • in the direction of the head. It is a complete, one might say a
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    • soft parts of the head, is due to the action of the same forces as
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    • between the anatomy of the head and brain, and the process of thought
    • larynx into the head, we must see something related to the tendency to
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    • under the heading of elimination.
    • towards the head region. In this formative activity which takes place
    • or excretion, and the activities in the head. There is a similar
    • with tin with the formative principle of the head and those associated
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    • organs of the head but especially of the throat and chest, and the
    • raise a bump on the head, it is necessary to receive a blow from a
    • silicic acid in the head formation! Of course we must take the rest of
    • go along the street nowadays, and can “see together” the bald heads,
    • the secretory activities in the head and the intestines; a reservoir
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    • heads, to move and turn etc. Yes — what emerges is the consciousness
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    • application of heat or of water to the head, or to the feet
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    • childhood. It is also much less differentiated towards the head than
    • postponed till too late. If the skin of the head is exposed to the
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    • the head system, and the defensive instinct leads the bird through the
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    • Migraine or sick headache is nothing but a transference to the head of
    • the head thus takes place, the head nerves are loaded with a burden
    • the head, then the local nerves are permitted to become sensory and
    • disorderly digestive activity in the head, as just indicated. They
    • head, instead of the external environment. And true comprehension of
    • deflect all functional activity from the head to the rest of the
    • head. From this it is evident that the main effect lies in the rhythm
    • of the head; we should take the patient into a blue room and
    • of the organism upon the head function, we should take the person out
    • suggestion. “If you wash your head you stimulate forces in the lower
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    • Is there such a diaphragm, which prevents the activities of head,
    • and all that moves rhythmically upwards towards the head. If you study
    • with a disposition to disturbance and damage of the head and breast
    • the rhythmical activity between chest and head, of which the most
    • the whole rhythm between chest and head. Such a stabilised inner
    • the upper rhythm (between chest and head), the lower rhythm becomes
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    • force, within the human abdomen. This relieves the head, drawing
    • less burdened by the forces which tend to work in his head. Oysters
    • empty the head, in a sense. And we have need of developing the
    • albuminising forces continually, for we cannot let our head
    • head. By so doing, he increases the possibility of a downward eruption
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    • system, we know that it is chiefly concentrated in the head
    • Only in his head is the human being first and foremost a
    • being is also “head,” though less
    • head” in the remainder of his organism than in
    • the head itself. Thus we can think of what we call the
    • “nerve-sense man” as localized in the head.
    • the human head, we are looking at the member of the human
    • The organization of the head differs essentially from that of
    • higher members of the human being. If we study the human head
    • from the viewpoint of spiritual science, we see this head as
    • still consider the physical body in its relation to the head.
    • This physical body is present in the head in a different way,
    • the human head, as it manifests itself at first in the human
    • organism; cosmic forces are at work in the human head. Cosmic
    • and the ego; it continues its work, forming the human head.
    • The ego conveys its imprint onto the human head, and the
    • form of the human head is an imprint of the ego. The ego
    • organizes itself within the head in a definite way. At first
    • conditions within the head. The astral body's influence is
    • gaseous, airy processes that permeate the head
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    • being is present only in the head. If we study the physical
    • the head. In the rest of the members of the human organism,
    • head through thinking, feeling, and willing, because they
    • physical body alone has as yet no imprint in the head; it
    • effect in the head is purely physical. In the other members
    • ultimately true also in the human head, but there the system
    • the ego imprints itself in the warmth conditions of the head.
    • It does this in accordance with the way the head is
    • the human head. This watery content of the brain must not be
    • watery part of the human head we find the imprint of the
    • at the back of the head like this (see
    • due to its watery organization that the human head is, in its
    • say that here the etheric can pass through the head (
    • the human head is permeable only to warmth and light ether.
    • the human head from outside. The warmth ether acts on the
    • human head not through direct radiation of heat but because
    • determine the effect of the warmth ether on the human head by
    • the warmth ether and the human head thus goes much deeper
    • penetrates through the etheric imprint in the human head and
    • said, then, the organization of the human head is permeable
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    • respect, very different from those of the head organs and
    • with both. The fact is that the head organization has to be
    • taking place in the head and on the other hand by everything
    • acting not from the head but from the rest of the organism.
    • the part of the astral that penetrates through the head is
    • right. The head radiation was also quite different.
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    • he turns his head far to the left or right, therefore
    • head until the change of teeth begins. The child is born in
    • such a way that forces received by way of his head during
    • how the head can be reluctant, at this time, to take in the
    • expression in headaches at about the ninth, tenth, or
    • respiratory system — also the head system — the
    • the head, and through the circulation it is organized toward
    • breathing into the head system, and all this must be properly
    • proper intervention in the head system. It is a very
    • ever weaker. It extends upward until, in the head organism,
    • activity of the head in regard to tasting consists in the
    • through plant-acids. And if we go yet further, to the head
    • move from the digestive system to the head organism. The
    • lies — the farther from the head organization —
    • to the head organization, the higher the potency we must
    • apply. Of course, what approaches the head organization can
    • imprint of the ego and this is present in the head. This
    • ego-imprint, that we have in the head, permeates the organism
    • it proceeds from the head, and then moves in a descending
    • breathing, and then into the head system.
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    • astralization occurs in the human head. This is actually the
    • said. You will find headaches and all the conditions usually
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    • organism we have to do with an opposition between the head
    • following way. If we are copsidering the head organism,
    • that also has forces of head formation within it, though to a
    • formation is a less intensive head formation. The lung
    • formation is a metamorphosis of the head formation, only it
    • is arrested at an earlier stage. The head advances further
    • head formation it is adapted to its own function, i.e.,
    • render the lung more and more head-like. A consequence of the
    • lung becoming more and more head-like is that it takes in
    • seated in the head, the lung becomes disposed to
    • become thinking. In the head, breathing is metamorphosed, and
    • an upward direction. The head is an advanced respiratory
    • etheric — respiratory process. Thus head and lung
    • lung that has not reached its final development, it is a head
    • the brain and head formations.
    • protein. What functions as an activity in the head enters
    • from outside by way of the senses. Hence the head organs are
    • of the senses. The head is the least spiritual organ in the
    • why “head men” are often materialistic, because
    • head, and in this way one is wrongly led to believe that
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    • growing in a plant-like fashion from above downward. His head
    • head. Thus, when clear ideas need to be gained about the
    • relation to the human head.
    • from the head, i.e., as outer physical effects. Rather we
    • out of the head. Since effects in the organism always are
    • polarically in the head, and one can observe that such
    • patients suffer from headaches as a side-effect.
    • we must again assume an interaction with the head forces,
    • of the head that takes place through the ego. We have to do
    • much the head organs as those belonging to the actual
    • especially upon the head organization. What is it that really
    • depends on the head organization? Digestion, its polar
    • the head organization. Hence we must realize that we can
    • influence the head through the cruder digestive processes. If
    • the substances stream up into the head and are therefore able
    • works into the head. We can observe such an effect especially
    • processes, they act on the head in calling forth reactions.
    • the digestion to the head. Therefore it will be useful to
    • patients suffering from weaknesses in the head region —
    • acts, likewise, on the part of the head organism lying closer
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    • being. We have spoken of the fact that in the head formation
    • of the human being — or, said better, in the head
    • the head forces. You allow it to radiate back from there. In
    • tendency of the human being to become a “head.”
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    • the form is working centrifugally and making the head big,
    • head who is apparently healthy otherwise, not
    • back part of the head, lungs, liver and kidneys begin to
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    • head system or nerve-sense system, a rhythmic system, and a
    • external picture, if he understood the head system as something that
    • primarily in the head, it nevertheless extends over the entire
    • located essentially in the head; nevertheless the head activity
    • whole human being is head. The same is true for the other systems. It
    • the distinctions between the head system, and therefore the
    • Within everything connected with the head system or nerve-sense
    • head or respectively toward the lungs and down to the rest of the
    • the head system in rhythm, is a poison for the head system. And since,
    • metabolic-limb system to the causes of illness from the head system
    • and exposing the head system to the causes of illness from the
    • Healing, then, means simply that if the head system, for example, is
    • strongly poisonous on the head system, which means working over
    • in what is active in the forces working downward from the head system
    • head — the astral, the ego-being — and if this then penetrates the
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    • the human organism consists of the nerve-sense system — the head
    • head system, bypassing the rhythmic system; when this happens an
    • activity suitable only to the head system works its way into the
    • can take place. It will be understood, in other words, how the head
    • by metabolic processes that make the head system resemble the
    • in the head is also active in the metabolic-limb system, though in a
    • reach a certain level, having its actual significance in the head.
    • the metabolic-limb system with head activity, which thus becomes
    • head system. Thus in the human head system there are always certain
    • through up to the head. It undergoes a transformation within the human
    • the head can become the carrier of just those soul-spiritual processes
    • that must be undertaken by means of the human head's mediation.
    • We are thus able to say, more or less, that the head system is the
    • conscious head but with unconscious limbs. These limbs become
    • for the head system, for the nerve-sense system, is waking
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    • or dissect him. Take the human head. We understand what is
    • going on in the head when we realise that there is such a thing as
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    • many respects, but its goal still lies ahead.
    • his head. (The conditions for the experiment must of course be
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    • think concentratedly and putting a warm cloth round his head. (The
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    • head, though of course this head organization really extends
    • proceeds from the head system, the nerve-sense system. This is
    • of the metabolic system into the head, but in such a way that
    • in the head and skin organizations on the other (everything
    • the plastic, formative forces proceeding from the head system.
    • plastic, formative forces that proceed from the head system. We
    • met by the rounding-off forces proceeding from the head system.
    • head system.
    • proceeds from the head system has the rhythm of the nerve-sense
    • the other rhythm, proceeding from the head, in the ratio of
    • man's head organization developed to the point reached by the
    • organizations emanates from the head organization. We shall
    • reflected back from the head system, and only this reflection
    • from the head system. What of the the ego-organization in the
    • back from the head system. The physical system proper and the
    • human individuality, while the inherited rhythm of the head
    • attention to the head and nerve-sense organization. The
    • radiates from the head organization, it is nonetheless possible
    • while the head organization, through hereditary circumstances,
    • the head system but upon the rhythmic system. We do this when
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    • senses is to be conceived of as being localised mainly in the head,
    • only of course in this sense the head-organisation really extends
    • that goes out from the head system — the system of nerves and
    • metabolic system into the head, but the point about this meeting
    • head and skin organisations on the other. This is an exceedingly
    • proceeding from the head. The forces from the system of kidneys and
    • from the head. We can thus understand the form of the lungs by
    • from the head. The whole structure of man comes into being in this
    • from the head.
    • metabolic man. All that proceeds from the head system has the rhythm
    • rhythm that is related to the other rhythm, proceeding from the head,
    • life is the head organisation of man developed to the point reached
    • head. But we shall never understand the human organism with all its
    • are, as it were, reflected back from the head system and the
    • the head system. What of the Ego-organisation in the child? The
    • the head system. The physical system proper and the etheric system
    • while the inherited rhythm of the head system (representing the one)
    • organism only by directing our attention to the head and the system
    • the child everything radiates from the head organisation, it is none
    • so be that the metabolism is normal, while the head organisation
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    • activity of the head. The astral activity becomes congested and
    • between metals and organs of the head that have been attacked
    • ahead, they will take this point of view: “I must above
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    • activity of the senses, especially the activity of the head. The
    • between metals and the organs of the head that have been attacked and
    • and people are not afraid to go straight ahead, they will take this
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    • head, including the auricular parts, and think of what you are picturing
    • to yourself as the back of the human head, including the auricular parts
    • presented to you: the posterior part of the head including the auditory
    • by cartilage. That part which I isolated as the head, imagine that to
    • head, were poured out, and then that what is now filled in with thicker
    • tissue were left out; think of that which in the head is actually filled
    • of the larynx: the posterior head with the attached ribcage, reversed.
    • The upwards extension into the larynx is truly a sort of posterior head,
    • forces of the aforementioned part of the posterior head with the attached
    • its former position so as to appear as the posterior head, then it would,
    • in man, which I have already indicated as the posterior head continuing
    • which like an additional head with a downward extension has been set
    • into the rhythmic system. Our ordinary head, the more or less thoughtful
    • head, has the peculiarity of quieting down what pulses up rhythmically
    • is conditioned: through statics arising in the head out of the
    • is also true: what we develop in the quiet, in the stasis of the head,
    • in connection with the head tends to slow down the circulation. A further
    • head-man when we wish to enter into prose.
    • head system, for example, has been so dealt with in childhood that the
    • soul-life over the quieting element of the head organization; for example
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    • You will also notice that when people tend to chronic headaches, to
    • the practice of the vowels. So in the cases of chronic headaches and
    • chronic migrane symptoms, as well as when people are foggy-headed, these
    • It will be observed that sleepy-headed adults can definitely be awakened
    • move ahead very well, but it is good to have this movement carried out
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    • see, when I draw it roughly, the head of man is in a way a sphere
    • human head — which of itself, of course, intends to become a sphere
    • moon-building forces the head is formed. If it were left to itself the
    • head would become a proper sphere. That is not the case because the
    • other two parts of the human organism are connected with the head and
    • in the spherical form of the head to expression in the entire etheric
    • head. One makes the effort to form a second head for oneself (see the
    • man puffs himself up like his head — he puffs himself up, he blows
    • pictorially as well. His inflating of his own head gives him the tendency
    • etherically speaking, a fat-head — not really a fat-head, but
    • etherically a fat head
    • — to become a big head, then one must attempt to round it off
    • of the fathead. Therefore an O is fanned at the opposite pole. All the
    • the head puffs itself out and wants to become a horn-blowing cherub,
    • be the real antithesis to the activity of the head. That is not the
    • this or that part of the head too, and therefore the head is also in
    • the organization of the head. The whole human being is in this respect
    • drawn is expressed in the word “Kopf” (Head), which has a
    • also says “Kohlkopf” (cabbagehead), which is actually only
    • of the soul through the head. People have no more feeling for the
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    • headaches, since this movement
    • human being and does not proceed from the head alone. And especially in
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    • not only the head which will be subject to the influences of what arises
    • very frequently have migraine or other headaches should do. The time
    • for them to do it, however, is not when they have the headache, but
    • consists in shaking the head to the right and left with the movement
    • for M. The head should not be turned, in so far as possible, but only
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    • interesting. Consider the human being schematically: head, rhythmic
    • about the head as a volition-feeling factor and penetrates into the
    • organism of the head. (violet). Therefore you may notice an
    • through the organism of the head.
    • is plastically at work in the organization of the head. The plastic
    • effect on the organization of the head is pre-eminent and in this manner
    • it will be possible to activate to a degree the organization of a head
    • with someone where it can be demonstrated physically that his head organism
    • there the organization and preserve its activity. One makes the heads of
    • imbeciles and those who are otherwise retarded in their head-organization
    • forces for the organization of the head, particularly when one carries it
    • It is carried out by the most physical part of the head organism and
    • that will be most necessary, among them the sleepy headed people. One
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    • is working centrifugally, thus making the head large, and, in doing
    • so, is no longer permitting the head to be permeated in the proper manner
    • have a question about “a two-year-old boy with a large head, who
    • a fact that particularly the back of the head, the lungs, the liver
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    • the head. When it is fitting to treat corpulent children by means of
    • head. The opposite condition in which the etheric is too strongly affected
    • with the arms while sitting, or while lying down, with the head; and
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    • repeated incarnations and is seated in organisation of body. Head
    • localised principally in the head; we can therefore speak —
    • although, of course, diagrammatically only — of the head system
    • head and works thence into the whole organism. The nerves-and-senses
    • system, then, is localised in the head. It is a synthetic system.
    • organism. In the head is contained, in a sense, the whole human
    • the head. Here, shall we say, is the liver activity. And there is a
    • human head or brain. Here in the lower body, the liver is relatively
    • together with the other activities; so that the head is the great
    • we have thus in the head a synthesizing process, in the whole of the
    • system, we have an analysing process; here, in contrast to the head,
    • everything is kept separate. Whereas in the head, the renal activity
    • organism the several activities are held apart. In the head, however,
    • activity of the head lies at the basis of all our thought activity.
    • head, with the synthesizing function and so be capable of
    • begins to take place in the head, the head becomes a mirror; the
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    • have in the region of the head a properly developed etheric body, and
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    • certain place on the poet's head, he turned deathly pale and could
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    • the head and metabolic systems. Impressions in the head system reach
    • second being changed into the head of man, and our first changed into
    • really are in man. In the head organisation the ego hides itself
    • outwards from ego to physical body in the head organisation;
    • For the rhythmic system is, in fact, half head system and half
    • metabolism-and-limbs system; when we breathe out, it is more head
    • the fact that the head system is to the limb system as outbreathing
    • something through the medium of our head — as we do, for
    • been received by our head, it goes first into the ego, and into the
    • head), it immediately vibrates right through into the other ego
    • from the head organisation — which, as we have seen, is
    • head.
    • sulphur in the albumen. We can make good headway in this direction by
    • so that the impressions which the head organisation receives above,
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    • Case history of a boy in whom the head organization has failed to
    • limb system — should be completely taken into the head
    • system. But in this case the head system is not strong enough to
    • well-formed human being, where the lower part of the head is in
    • harmony with the rest of the head. You will be quite right in
    • influence. If however the head is incapable of controlling the rest
    • head is narrow here (in front) on both sides, and pressed
    • back; so we have in this boy the symptom of narrow-headedness, a sign
    • front part of the head is accessible only to external influences that
    • come via sense-perception, whereas the back part of the head
    • head.
    • (in the front) you have that part of the whole head organisation
    • back of the head is, as regards substance, of cosmic origin. Here (in
    • the front) as we remarked, the head is pressed together. In all
    • head tends not to let enough substance get carried up into it from
    • head. You can see therefore, simply by observing the external form of
    • the head, that the boy is bound to be at some time quite without
    • appetite. Here, in this front part of the head, the accumulation of
    • age everything, is still supple in the child, the form of the head
    • accomplished for the forming of the head, and one cannot but rejoice
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    • head, rhythmic, and metabolic systems respectively. This boy's
    • organisation. The head is rather too big, though scarcely enough to
    • headway against the inherited organism. And we have also to note that
    • disintegration. Let us look, first, at the boy's head. In the head a
    • of the head as its organ of support, originates in a disintegration
    • with an actual case of hydrocephalus, but you see before you a head
    • work as they should from the direction of the head organisation.
    • head to the limbs, then the intestines and the whole digestive
    • plant have its field of activity? In the head organisation;
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    • who appears normal but is a kleptomaniac. His ingenuity. His head
    • child who wets herself by day but not at night. Weak head a result of
    • tremendously large the head can become in a hydrocephalic child! We
    • will discuss presently how that happens. The head actually measures
    • the size of the head by looking at the little ears which are of
    • head must be attributed to the extraordinary strength with which the
    • shall be able definitely to bring the head more nearly into harmony
    • relationship between head and limbs escaped observation in the
    • breast-fed. The head was at birth noticeably small, which goes to
    • onwards, we are told, the size of the head began very gradually to
    • yet consider the head abnormal at a time when it must already have
    • grown to a considerable size. The enlargement of the head was noticed
    • head measured 19 inches. The child was quiet, and did not cry much;
    • Blisters filled with pus began to form on the skin of the head.
    • there to do with an immense head organisation and a small body. The
    • head organisation owes its origin entirely to the co-operation of
    • cosmic forces. Almost everything that takes place with the head
    • play. And there, in that enclosed space, the development of the head
    • beyond the ten months, what would have happened? The head would have
    • influenced by the father, and the head organisation by the mother.
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    • child. Such children are ultra-sensitive in head and nerves.
    • has to learn to be able to look ahead and see what may be the outcome
    • prodigious enlargement of the head. Marked irritability of nerves and
    • the head. We must however be careful here to look at relative and not
    • altogether, has a head of the same size as that of a big, tall
    • person, then he has what is for him a large head. This must not be
    • the head was found to have increased in size. The child was sleeping
    • attained any success in diminishing the size of the head, it is not
    • now. The head would be perhaps three-and-a-half times its present
    • crutches, because his body could not carry his head. The whole
    • properly. He had an immense head. The man had in fact remained an
    • — like his head! When he spoke — his sentences were not
    • of influenza with headache and high fever, and three weeks later
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    • sum but very slow. Reluctance to move his limbs noticed. Head forces
    • similar character should touch their feet with their heads. Quick but
    • the head organisation; they cannot make their way down into the rest
    • the head organisation to the metabolism-and limbs organisation, and
    • decided upon by the head does not easily find its way down into the
    • head. In the case of the boy we are considering, it is too late for
    • metabolism-and-limbs man and the head man
    • becomes actual reality; the I-point of the head becomes in the limb
    • drawing is a diagram of the head, and this a diagram of
    • and then the part it plays in the head organisation is continued in the
    • jaws are limbs; for you will begin to see in the head a complete
    • the head.” (Here Dr. Steiner laid his hand, with a gesture
    • of the most intense interest, on the back of the boy's head, which
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    • of the bladder, which condition is then reflected in the head. Thus
    • live in the lower part of the body, presses up into the head
    • cochlearia — on the forehead.
    • thoroughly explained and understood. (l. shakes his head.) Well,
    • organisation comes into being out of the head organisation. Continue
    • point, the circle is a circle, you are sensible of the head; and
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    • they move higher, retaining astral content. In head they would have
    • rise a stage higher still — moving, that is, to the head
    • the same way as we have grown with our head into the
    • we have that which in man is of the head nature and
    • what has to be done by the head by means of a gentle admixture of
    • scarab, could at least still show the I carried by the head
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    • some time under the heading “genius and insanity” have
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    • their forehead being touched or something similar, without yet having
    • come to free will. You can be a blockhead of a materialist and deny
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    • come to free will. You can be a blockhead of a materialist and deny
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    • still a good distance from the place he is heading for. He becomes
    • an imitation of life but are invented out of people's heads. This is
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    • still a good distance from the place he is heading for. He becomes
    • an imitation of life but are invented out of people's heads. This is
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    • subsequent life expressed foremost (in a wide sense) in the head
    • physical body. For in the physical organization of the head we have
    • something such as Raimund had in his head system from earlier
    • to Pottenstein, shoots himself in the head; the bullet lodges in the
    • they had been able in those days to operate on that part of the head,
    • possible and they had to leave the bullet in the head, so that after
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    • subsequent life expressed foremost (in a wide sense) in the head
    • physical body. For in the physical organization of the head we have
    • something such as Raimund had in his head system from earlier
    • to Pottenstein, shoots himself in the head; the bullet lodges in the
    • they had been able in those days to operate on that part of the head,
    • possible and they had to leave the bullet in the head, so that after
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    • primarily in the head (although it is present to a smaller degree in
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    • of past karma. If we understand the human head properly, we must say
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    • of past karma. If we understand the human head properly, we must say
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    • winter nature, works in the building up of our head, of our
    • universe that is wintry. So in our head we always have winter; in our
    • warmth-cold, metabolic system-head system, with a third system
    • system centered in the head. Summer in the macrocosm is the creative
    • organization of the human head. Let us suppose that we collect
    • bring them down for medicines for head illnesses. We are acting out
    • and sun insofar as they intervene in the elements. Not just the head
    • come to Anthroposophy through the head — by coming from
    • element. What your head has grasped, you have to take down into the
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    • winter nature, works in the building up of our head, of our
    • universe that is wintry. So in our head we always have winter; in our
    • warmth-cold, metabolic system-head system, with a third system
    • system centered in the head. Summer in the macrocosm is the creative
    • organization of the human head. Let us suppose that we collect
    • bring them down for medicines for head illnesses. We are acting out
    • and sun insofar as they intervene in the elements. Not just the head
    • come to Anthroposophy through the head — by coming from
    • element. What your head has grasped, you have to take down into the
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    • From the head to the tip of the toes these are processes of nature. But then
    • head, heart, wherever? What kind of processes are these? These are also
    • doesn't matter whether one takes some kind of tissue out of the head, out
    • localized in the head. The second system is the rhythmic system, which
    • system, located primarily in the head; the rhythmic system, located
    • anthroposophists maintain that man consists of three systems: a head, a
    • What matters is not that the nerve-sense system is only in the head. It is
    • primarily in the head, but it extends over the entire organism. The head
    • opposite activity in the head, in the nerve-sense system, when the person
    • nerve-sense process should be active. Thus what belongs to the head, as it
    • illness develops out of a healthy process. If our head, with its nerve-sense
    • migraine. The head activity should remain in the head, the lower body
    • head and the migraine-like symptoms develop.
    • have a definite relationship and connection to the human head and to the
    • processes, upon the head organization, one would have to extract the salts
    • variety of systemic manifestations such as headache, diarrhea,
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    • between ‘head-organisation,’
    • system of nerves and senses only in the head, the rhythmic
    • said to be organised principally in the head, but they are also
    • rises towards the head and therefore (in the particular sense
    • for instance, proper to the nerves of the head where they are
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    • head-organisation,” “chest-organisation,”
    • of nerves and senses only in the head, the rhythmic
    • in the head, but they are also
    • the head and therefore (in
    • nerves of the head where they are ‘normal’ — it can
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    • nerves-and-senses has its main seat in the head, the head is
    • head. Hence there arises a state of dullness, or faintness,
    • of the astral body and Ego-organisation from the head, can be
    • head. Here we look deeply into the human organisation in its
    • that his astral body and Ego cling too firmly to his head, work
    • how the head-organisation works upon the whole man, when we
    • head — we find that the head throws out, during the
    • astral body perform when they permeate the head; they work in
    • fluid organisation, stream out from his head. Now if the astral
    • body and the Ego-organisation work too strongly in the head,
    • head. But if these principles are too closely bound to the head
    • extent from the head and thus we can combat sclerosis.
    • closely united with the head, the human being is over-wakeful
    • the Ego slightly out of the head. Thus we begin to understand
    • head; just as we drive them out of the head by means of lead
    • head-organisation, principally, however, on the former; for the
    • head-organisation we observe, first of all, the continuations
    • head gets out of order. The Ego-organisation withdraws from the
    • periphery of the brain; and the whole organisation of the head
    • into the central nerves-and-senses system in the head, but we
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    • its main seat in the head, the head is constrained to develop
    • Ego-organisation. These have only left the head. Hence
    • Ego-organisation from the head, can be brought about by the
    • inwardly, drives the astral body and Ego out of the head. Here
    • to his head, work too strongly upon it. This becomes clear to
    • us when we examine how the head-organisation works upon the
    • the head — we find that the head throws out,
    • astral body perform when they permeate the head; they work in
    • fluid organisation, stream out from his head. Now if the astral
    • body and the Ego-organisation work too strongly in the head,
    • the head. But if these principles are too closely bound to the
    • head and we give a proper dose of lead, we are acting rightly
    • extent from the head and thus we can combat sclerosis. Here we
    • closely united with the head, the human being is over-wakeful
    • driving them out of the head; just as we drive them out of the
    • head by means of lead and cause comatose conditions, etc., so
    • organisation but also on the head-organisation, principally,
    • the head-organisation we observe, first of all, the
    • interior of the head gets out of order. The Ego-organisation
    • organisation of the head is dislocated. The central brain
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    • ponderable matter. We always tend to go up and out beyond our head
    • relations too, and about one of these — leaping a little ahead
    • Nature and should be studied accordingly. To go ahead at once to what
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    • hand to my forehead, I shall not dream of saying that my forehead
    • my forehead; they are not really separate entities. I shall regard
    • I should have no reality in mind if I were to say: There is a head,
    • by means of which my forehead would attract my right hand. But in
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    • ahead of him. Since the problem stated that Achilles has to cover
    • little ahead and Achilles can never catch up. But, the way people
    • same path as the tortoise and the tortoise is ahead, he will never
    • People do not bother their heads about these things but in reality
    • ahead and Achilles or some other who does not run even so fast as
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    • would be very convenient if our heads, at least, were an exception to
    • uncomfortable from a rap on the head.
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    • Then we will have, indeed, taken a great step ahead. We have advanced
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    • is thought of under the heading of gravity as within solids which,
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    • of thinking which has devastated the heads of the learned men in the
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    • headed by the amiable philosopher, Karl Rosenkranz, and each of these
    • And even if one considers the Hegelian center headed by the amiable
    • heads. That is out-Kanting Kant. And thus he would say that in the realm
    • regular triangles, but they cannot enter our head, and thus we pass
    • our head also governs the construction of the regular polyhedrons, and
    • it is for just this reason that our head constructs no other polyhedrons
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    • interests only the head, something that engages the entire man. This
    • which you can find in his scientific writings under the heading
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    • to West is heading in this direction. In other words, there is
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    • has its primary expression in the head, although from there
    • nerve-sense organism is contained mainly in the head, as I
    • concentrated in the head, in the life of the senses, and yet
    • being into a kind of head in regard to this particular sense
    • organism spatially into head system, chest system, and
    • it is empirically evident that it is the head organization
    • relation to this head organizatiion we can now empirically
    • head.”
    • the head organization, we realize that in the act of seeing
    • in the same way that width and breadth are given for the head
    • subject afterward. So in the head, the region of our ordinary
    • which we still have a faint consciousness in the head. So you
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    • system is concentrated primarily in the head, as I said
    • head organization can also be looked at in the following way.
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    • the senses — of what is mainly the head
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    • of the Roman Empire. The headway made by Christianity was such that
    • real sense makes no headway. The impulses of an earlier spirituality
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    • tongue. It is as it were a stream flowing over the heads of men. That goes
    • communities there was the Catholic Church, way over the heads of men,
    • doctrine passed over their heads, and one can see that everywhere in
    • course, something of what has developed in the heads of men in the upper
    • life, if somewhat abstractly and over the heads of the people, but also,
    • culture which passed over their heads, but who were in a certain way
    • the Latin culture have the will to think been able to make any headway.
    • passing over the heads of men.
    • both these streams, the one at work above, in the heads of men, the
    • Roman priesthood. This current over the heads of men had been able to
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    • There he headed a minority whose ultimate
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    • The thought illuminates my head and, moving in the direction from
    • drilled into our heads, but unselfishly, putting yourself mentally in
    • head
    • system” because it is centered mainly in the head, but it
    • the chest system naturally extend into the head organization, and so
    • to myself: Up in the head, in the nerve system, an illusory image
    • through the lungs and quite another to follow it through the head.
    • let thoughts shoot through my head. The whole person can take on a
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    • begins with the head and ends a the sole of the feet. Rather, he felt
    • heads of metaphysicians and philosophers. Berkeley feels that when
    • always obscure when found in the heads of thinkers.
    • into dust. Man's conception was heading toward atomism, whereas
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    • you were heading. You would think that you were pushing, not that you
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    • human organism; namely, in the head organization and in part of the
    • head and say of it that it is constantly dying. If it were alive, the
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    • — notably the head and the processes of breathing and
    • circulation which work up into the head. Beneath it there are other
    • concerned, the head is beneath the surface of the Earth, while
    • Indeed, we have to do with an individuality standing on its head. We
    • on its head. With respect to the animal, as we shall presently see,
    • agricultural individuality is standing on its head? For the following
    • — works upon plant-growth in the same way in which our head
    • process the “head” beneath must be supplied with what it
    • needs. The “head” is supplied out of the Cosmos, but it
    • beneath as a kind of head-existence — is not complete unless we
    • consciousness that in the form and configuration of the head there is
    • forming of the head and that which immediately follows the head,
    • consequence the forming and development of the head.
    • when it shines on to the head of an animal. There it has no
    • peculiar relation to the head-formation. Cultivate a sense of form to
    • that which is formed as the opposite pole, from the head inward.
    • just before the heart. For the head and the blood-forming process,
    • therefore you turn the animal in this way and stand it on its head,
    • with the head stuck into the Earth and the hinder parts upward
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    • certain organs, the head in particular, and the processes
    • of breathing and circulation which work up into the head. Under
    • diaphragm has its head under the earth, while we and all the
    • with an individuality which is standing on its head, and
    • stands on its head?
    • as our head affects our organism — especially in
    • head” below with what it requires. True the
    • head” must be provided for out of the Cosmos, but
    • head” being under the Earth, belongs an
    • structure and build of the head is primarily the result of the
    • will 3ee that the structure of the head and of the adjoining
    • of its head are directly connected with the Sun's radiation.
    • ineffectual when it falls on the head of an animal. (These
    • head. You should develop a feeling for this contrast in form
    • between the animal's hind quarters and its head, and especially
    • Saturn are acting in the formation of the blood and the head;'
    • it upside down with its head in the earth we shall have the
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    • consider: If you knock your head against something hard,
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    • only the size of a pin's head, and distribute it by stirring it
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    • pea or even of a pin's head can be diluted in a bucket of
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    • little yellow-white heads of the flowers, and treat them as you treated
    • at his head! Yet within a short time the mountain railways were there,
    • Gather the little yellow heads of the dandelion and let them fade a
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    • delicate little yellow-heads of blossom must be plucked and
    • with which we have dealt. Collect some yellow dandelion heads,
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    • for proofs but go straight ahead, for I am sure that these
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    • organisation, mainly localised in the head. There is the organisation
    • that is present as substances in the head-organisation, is composed
    • to the animal for the moment). Whatever matter there is in the head
    • into the head-organisation. The whole embryonic organisation is so arranged
    • that the head receives its materials from the Earth. There, then, we
    • the opposite is true of the forces. In the head — inasmuch
    • of the Cosmos — in the head we have cosmic forces; while in the
    • we need to be aware: whatever substances are required for the head itself
    • the head. It is the head, not the big toe, which depends on the stomach
    • in this respect! Moreover, the head can only assimilate this nourishment
    • them no longer. In such a case, it is from the head that the animal
    • can go further. What is contained in the head? Earthly substantiality.
    • is capable of being led into the head and brain. A certain quantity
    • the head.
    • — material substance — is needed for the head, so that the
    • cosmic forces working plastically through the head may find the proper
    • substance into its head, so that it may have a live and mobile sense-relationship,
    • head — now that we have served the calf with the carrot —
    • the reverse process must be able to take place. The head must be able
    • must not be merely deposited in the head. From what is there
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    • localised primarily in the head, and of the metabolic and limb
    • all the substances contained in the head system — I
    • into the head system. The embryo must be so organised that its
    • head receives its matter from the earth. In the head,
    • around. Because the senses are centred in the head and take in
    • impressions from the cosmos, the forces in the head are cosmic
    • in the head have to be drawn from the food which has been
    • worked upon in the stomach and is led into the head. In this
    • sense, the head relies upon the stomach in a way in which the
    • head can only work upon this nourishment which comes to it from
    • beginning from the head, i.e. it will not be able to nourish
    • head? Earthly substance. If you take out the brain, the noblest
    • able to enter into the head and to be finally deposited as
    • the human organism, will find its way most easily to the head
    • provide a diet of roots where we require to give the head
    • work through the head to exercise their plastic activity. Mow
    • this animal which requires earthly substance in its head in
    • head, the converse process must be able to begin, i.e. the
    • head, on its part? must begin to work with forces of
    • dung” to be deposited in the head; from what is deposited
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    • way into men's heads which is Utopian and ideologic, that, if
    • having been, in my opinion, stood upon its head by our modern
    • course thought-less and will-less, rushed headlong at last into
    • been stood on its head by Utopian dreamers, which we need to
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    • a tremendous difference is to be seen between the form of man's head
    • that the human head is of an entirely different character, even in
    • head. We learn to know in a new way what the human body really is.
    • introduce it, however, to the head organisation. But then this
    • head organisation teaches us something that eludes ordinary
    • process in the human head that is not an intensification of life but
    • head organisation, and it is immediately evident that this
    • of partial dying, a breaking down of the head organisation's life
    • processes. This teaches us how the bodily head organisation actually
    • damping down of the life of the head. It arises because whilst our
    • soul is active our head is constantly in a state of partial dying. We
    • the thinking activity of the head were to spread into the rest of
    • because our head is organised that way, death is at work in us
    • thinking and man's physical body, particularly in the head
    • motion, as an organisation totally different from our head
    • organisation. In contrast to this head organisation, which I
    • developing all the time. Thus through the head organisation on the
    • of the grave of our partially dying head. This perpetual interplay of
    • forces we acquire from our head organisation and the organisation of
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    • his head to embellish Paris and he had many buildings erected. The
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    • will be given on this head in the fifth lecture. In conclusion, I
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    • presentiment in heads like In order that this new spirit may take
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    • place, all that is related to and centralised in the head system
    • Westerner is pre-eminently a ‘head-man.’ The
    • Westerner is a head-man and Tagore compares him to a
    • Westerner's head is separated from the rest of his body by a long
    • neck and the head can only express in abstract concepts what it
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    • continually piling up: the work goes on ahead; and where the
    • notions were terribly fast set in their heads; and so there
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    • onward-bearing force, should make its way into as many heads
    • at headquarters; they must know all about it! — And so,
    • method of propaganda, as we have seen, makes no headway: the
    • which never made its way into people's heads at all, are we
    • that have been pumped into their heads, to come from their
    • understanding into as many heads as possible, that what is
    • heads as possible. In no other way shall we get forwards. For
    • the old titles of the heads of the University Colleges and
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    • in the capacity of head of the police, he would certainly not install
    • were head of the police (over the whole country), he would not make
    • thousands, but millions of heads in the decades preceding the war,
    • well as one's head. Not to be quite right in the head can be expressed
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    • concepts on how to turn a boot into a good head covering. In a
    • world is literally waiting for the Swiss to note in their heads what
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    • speaking, his head becomes enlarged, as it were, and one
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    • speaking, his head becomes enlarged, as it were, and one
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    • cultural sector. The Waldorf school has no head, no lesson
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    • cultural sector. The Waldorf school has no head, no lesson
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    • Now that people have knocked each other's heads in, instead of seeking
    • must bring the threefold idea into as many human heads as possible? I
    • been to bring the threefold idea into as many heads as possible before
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    • blood corpuscle: it is different in the head and in the heart and in
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    • flows through the head and is used for what the head produces. I may
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    • instance, that in the process of digestion in the head, substances are
    • the head. The substances that are deposited are no longer carried away
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    • that falls under the heading of “land.” This follows
    • as possible for all that comes under the heading of
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    • in other walks of life. What is a means of healing for the head, is
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    • will be provided for.” Yes, for the next five steps ahead you
    • always have the first equation in his head. He himself will trade
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    • which you must look for on the other side under the heading of
    • at the head of the undertaking — Siemens & Gwinner, for
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    • turned over in his astute head, this man says to himself: “These
    • what little there was falls, in any case, under the other heading
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    • in their heads in economic intercourse today is not reality. He alone
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    • developed up to the diaphragm, men would have heads like bulls
    • and women would have heads of lions. What we have in our day
    • consciousness doesn't enable us to have a human physical head
    • see the embryo head as developed to a high degree. During
    • yourselves: we don't carry a human head when we interact with
    • head.
    • head is positioned in the world is not due to your doing but
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    • us a kind of bed of the Godhead, by us being embedded in it, so
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    • being of nerves and senses, especially the head. He knew: What
    • I eat is transformed in me into the substance of my head and
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    • especially to the head. He knew that what you eat is
    • transformed into the substances of your head and what is
    • things, the godhead becomes manifest and speaks in the cultic
    • words, so that it's not he who is speaking anymore. The godhead
    • words, and they experienced that the godhead appeared in them.
    • They had sent the cultic words up and the godhead had streamed
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    • blockheaded as old Kant was, that they speak of a thing in
    • which has been sent to him by the godhead — as soon as he
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    • headlands jutting out into the sea. They still have on them the
    • Godhead, the twenty-four guides of the twenty-four hours of the
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    • man is a being who includes the godhead is frequently used
    • the Godhead, as it were, when their soul was in this mood.
    • into his head to speak in the language of the mysteries —
    • man discovers his relation to the godhead, the 24 directors of
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    • be trained as a sniffer dog. Look at the way its forehead
    • the dog. We human beings have a forehead that is puffed up. Our
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    • You will see that it has a receded forehead which follows the
    • is puffed up into a forehead in us; our intellectual apparatus
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    • covering for the godhead, and not like individual human beings.
    • Atlantean men felt that the godhead existed, but not individual
    • to separate him from the godhead, and this has been happening
    • that they were still almost entirely embedded in the godhead.
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    • and who sends Michael with his hosts on ahead, just as in a
    • different way Jehovah of old sent Michael on ahead. If we
    • again raise his head most strongly out of the waves of
    • head most mightily.
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    • will again lift his head from the waters of evolution very
    • century until Soradt raises his_ head in a mighty way.
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    • nerves and senses. The head in particular is built from earthly
    • the stomach can supply the head. The transition takes place in
    • This causes the human form to change. Our head is no longer
    • like the heads of old. The human head in ancient times had a
    • forehead that sloped back more.
    • The forehead today is more
    • of the head. The organs of metabolism, in particular, are
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    • head is formed by substances, from the earth. The organs of the
    • go through the stomach can supply the head. This is the
    • Thereby man is being transformed. Our head is no longer like
    • the heads people had in ancient times. They used to have
    • foreheads which receded more. (Drawing.) Present-day foreheads
    • the head. And metabolic organs are nourished from above.
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    • shows that he bears the trichotomy of the Godhead not only in
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    • Godhead in his intellectuality — he has it.in his whole I
    • Godhead appear here upon the physical plane.
    • the physical plane we see the triune Godhead approaching us
    • of one's head.
    • happens to them is because Satan is bound and the Godhead still
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    • adversary of the Godhead.
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    • period. Out of the ocean rises the Beast with the seven heads
    • form of this seven-headed Beast rising up out of the ocean, and
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    • forehead to such an extent that there is no doubt that we
    • with the seven heads rises up from the sea. Sevenfold land
    • of this seven headed beast which rises from the sea, and it
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    • have the seal of God on their foreheads in a particular epoch,
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    • background of existence has to say this. In the heads of the
    • lightning, forces that are formed in the clouds above our heads
    • symptoms such as that a truly great man like Masaryk who