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  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture I: Cosmic Forces in Man
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    • that certain definite indications were given of the terrible times
    • like, by way of introduction, to speak of a certain interesting
    • possible. Up here there is a certain detachment from European
    • It is a pity that the significance of certain words spoken by an
    • indicated a certain feeling for the way in which affairs are shaping
    • There will be no peace on the Earth until a certain harmony is
    • into a certain decadence, but even in the form in which it still lives
    • tendency to look back with a certain superciliousness to ‘primitive’
    • Innumerable sermons are preached to-day, and with a certain subjective
    • birth, we are experiencing a continuation of it. One thing is certain!
    • certain final traces of a spherical form although this is not very
    • through certain constellations and during the night through others.
    • indeed, that during earthly life man can unfold a certain faculty of
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture II: The Soul Life of Man ...
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    • Zodiac. We heard how certain forces proceed from the constellations of
    • sense-perceptions of the material world. To a certain extent we reach
    • tableau which under certain circumstances can be glimpsed during life
    • I will now describe certain other aspects.
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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    • certain respect also to the life of feeling. The faculty of thinking
    • Certainly it is quite correct to say: ‘God rules the world.’ But in
    • Norway.’ Certainly, God rules the world everywhere, but for the
    • as to those who actually live here. There was certainly a great
    • pieces. Those who were only onlookers must certainly have been
    • Roman world, into the life of Middle Europe, and there, in a certain
    • natural gift in certain individuals who worked in this way among their
    • and endows him with certain faculties which are important from the
    • certain mystical, oriental form. What was more a revelation from
    • that subconsciously and inwardly it understands certain secrets of
    • even in waking life a certain part of our being sleeps and dreams. The

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