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  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • at the first lines of the Iliad that Homer speaks with exactitude. What
    • to the people, so to speak, their places. It was always remarkable to
    • just as one speaks of a being, of a reality, of something which governs
    • in the history of humanity, so to speak; he considers that in the Iliad
    • ought to speak only as one who can look at things from outside; only
    • in such a way as one can understand them if one does not speak the language
    • only speak as one who fixes his eyes on the spiritual contents —
    • smith, forges for a region in which dwell the — so to speak elder
    • the field of action on which the facts take place of which we are speaking,
    • He who lets the peculiar spiritual language work upon him which speaks
    • that I am speaking as a stranger, and as such can only speak of the
    • can so to speak, make the whale matter comprehensible to us. I may say
    • speaks which cannot be explained through ordinary soul-forces, even
    • if one speaks of imagination as a real power. And if, to many what is
    • to describe it as we designate a soul-force to-day when we speak of
    • imagination. We know quite well to-day that when we speak of imagination
    • we are speaking of a soul-power whose expressions we cannot really make
    • it existed. It was a period in which man did not speak from himself
    • were not speaking of himself when he says “Sing to me oh Muse,
    • me, who takes possession of me when I sing and speak.” This first
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • IS MORE than a year since I was able to speak here about those
    • speak to you here last time we let our spiritual gaze journey far
    • world. We shall speak about a subject that will apparently lead us
    • We are going to speak of one of the greatest and most penetrating
    • forth page by page as it speaks to us, will experence, page by page,
    • this soul, to have knowledge of him who is speaking such sublime
    • souls can do better because they speak not only to understanding but
    • who speaks to Socrates.
    • death he speaks to them of the immortality of the soul. Many people
    • man speaks to his pupils on the immortality of the soul, it can
    • same. But Socrates speaks in the hour that immediately precedes his
    • speak about immortality to the pupils he is leaving behind in the
    • the situation under which he speaks them. Let us take all the power
    • just said.” I know too that those who speak like this do not
    • evolution. Of what does Krishna speak? Of I, and I,
    • else than I speaks from out the teaching of Krishna.
    • that speaks in Krishna. It does indeed seem to us as though through
    • When we are speaking
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
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    • of St. John, and again on a later occasion in speaking of the Gospel
    • through which Krishna, God, is to speak to him. Here in this first
    • speaks to him. In the first four discourses we observe three
    • Thus speaks Krishna,
    • strange that while for all of you it is quite natural to speak of a
    • to Archangels and Angels, these are beings who must speak to the
    • understanding we speak in concepts and ideas. Krishna speaks to
    • It is easy to speak of
    • Science, speaking in it about Saturn, Sun and Moon evolutions, and
    • Arjuna. We shall speak of this more in detail tomorrow. He describes
    • level of consciousness. We shall still have to speak of Yoga, and
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 4 of 9
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    • speaking of present-day man, for even in ancient Greece the human
    • he would speak of light-air, or air-light. On the physical plane
    • Beings. In the physical world we often speak of the forces of nature.
    • to speak of that still higher realm through which man ordinarily
    • to prepare the way today by speaking of man's ascent into the third
    • strange and wondrous truths that Krishna speaks to Arjuna —
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 5 of 9
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    • Just imagine someone trying to speak before such an audience as this,
    • question to speak of these things as we do now, at any time from the
    • speak, ought we therefore to refrain from teaching them to speak?”
    • himself allows Darwinism to speak through every page of his writing.
    • self-conscious life of men. In this connection we can speak of a
    • speak to Arjuna in words saturated through and through with
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 6 of 9
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    • speak intelligently and intelligibly about such a work as the
    • speak of it today. At most one could say that in ancient India
    • important point. We have tried to describe their natures, speaking of
    • bring to mankind’s ears the voice that should speak of slaying
    • speak to the individual man speaks through Krishna to Arjuna. The
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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    • argument one would speak the same fallacy as if someone were to say,
    • what we call the Lemurian Age, the beginning, strictly speaking, of
    • charioteer. The manifestation of this special soul, speaking through
    • all that has happened in the past. True science will not only speak
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 8 of 9
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    • he has to speak in words altogether permeated by those shades of
    • we shall speak more fully in the last lecture
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 9 of 9
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    • classified, and he also speaks to him of the different ways men may
    • entered we may call the Jesus-path if we would speak in an occult
    • their imperfection than the present speaker. But the endeavor has
    • months have shown — and my speaking here on this significant
  • Title: Lecture 1: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • requested me to speak about the spiritual beings we find in the realms
    • spiritual beings. So that in spiritual science we do not merely speak
    • this understanding if we intend to speak about the things which are to
    • understanding, to the present power of comprehension. I am speaking to
    • We will not today speak of still higher principles of human nature,
    • strictly speaking an etheric or life-world — a plurality, a
  • Title: Lecture 2: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • To-day we shall speak of two other forms or categories of
    • plants are, so to speak, drawn out of the earth by certain beings
    • changing their forms, for, strictly speaking, they have no form of
    • free from moisture as possible; so that we may now speak of
    • kingdoms of nature. Now can we also speak of a sort of astral body of
    • bodies of animals), that we cannot speak of a mere life-giving
    • these spiritual beings of which we are now speaking, that they are in
    • and they speak to us in spirit. It is as though we perceived thoughts
    • feel, so to speak, as if all the qualities of our physical and etheric
    • perceptions as what we call the Forces of Nature. When science speaks
    • natural scientist speaks of the laws of nature and combines them
    • normal consciousness of present-day humanity speaks of the external
    • world of perception, of the facts that can be perceived; speaks of the
    • also speaks of the Laws of Nature; that again is a Maya. Underlying
    • Maya is something which, in spite of its Maya-nature, speaks to the
    • planet and also the feelings of the planet, of which we shall speak
  • Title: Lecture 3: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • beings, of which we are speaking as the next category above man, are
    • world appears before his senses. He surrenders himself, so to speak,
    • he speaks, or makes a movement of the hand, or in any way externalizes
    • world of whom we are speaking, all their perceptions are at the same
    • external world. When these beings of which we speak as a first
    • higher category — we call them, speaking generally, the beings of
    • we wish to have from the world for ourselves alone, so to speak. The
    • have offspring, so to speak, but they are, in a sense, of a lower
    • Thus we can speak of a relationship between the nature-spirits and the
  • Title: Lecture 4: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • the external world through his eyes. He can then, so to speak, carry
    • perceiving his own etheric body, so to speak; but on attaining this
    • All this becomes as livingly speaking as the physiognomy of the human
    • being. And when this speaks as livingly as the physiognomy, the
    • gestures, of a man speaks, when we feel how the blossom which opens
    • are their offspring in the kingdoms of nature. We shall speak further
  • Title: Lecture 5: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • speaking, but that life which they have accumulated for decades, and
    • the stage of clairvoyance of which we must now speak. In western
    • overwhelming wisdom, and we will imagine that such a wise man speaks
    • speaks to us as the world itself, which we experience. If we imagine
    • such a look or imagine that such a wise man does not speak to us in
    • In speaking of man he is described as he reveals himself to occult
    • just as we speak of a threefold external covering, so can we speak of
    • consciousness. These principles of human nature are such that we speak
    • nature of the hierarchies. Just as we speak of our Manas, Buddhi, Atma
    • with a certain reverent caution to speak in concise concepts
    • many significant and speaking ideas; ideas which, to a certain extent
    • cosmos come into existence. That which, so to speak, the planetary
  • Title: Lecture 6: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • which stands, so to speak, nearest to humanity in the spiritual world,
    • speak, their own being. If they were to wish to be untrue, they would
    • their own nature, to deny it. They had, so to speak, to bring about in
    • intend: — in the same way the spirits of which we are speaking,
    • only a body (bl) which is, so to speak, on the outermost limits of the
    • If we can speak of a place in which these beings are, where is this
    • there would be, so to speak, concentric globes, flattened balls in
    • and Seraphim throw themselves against them, so to speak, and insert
  • Title: Lecture 7: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • little from the inner to the outer, so to speak, and to show how
    • their moons (speaking of our earth we have our own moon) — and
    • the Seraphim, we have that which speaks from the
    • speak in picture (and in relation to these exalted conditions
    • is, so to speak, allotted to the Spirits of Form from the Sun. They
    • and Form can, so to speak, do nothing for the evolution of the beings
    • speaks to us when we focus our spiritual sight upon the moon. When we
    • plant-world of our earth. But comparatively speaking it will suffice
  • Title: Lecture 8: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • IT will be well at the very beginning of today's lecture to speak of
    • lunar life; and of the planetary life. In speaking of these heavenly
    • a being? We may venture to speak of these matters, for indeed we could
    • not speak at all of the whole super-sensible world which lies behind
    • really in its original, living form, but is — so to speak
    • speak, fixed itself only upon the moon) we get the remarkable
    • represented to us were not now paralyzed, so to speak, by other
    • seen by occult vision; I do not wish to speak in abstractions, which
    • speaks of a past. Just as if I, in my thirtieth year, could only
    • to describe that, we can speak of the condition of our planetary
    • vision, so to speak, the work which has been accomplished in order
    • of one's normal consciousness.” We must speak of such an
    • writings it was the custom to speak accurately. I should like (in
    • Yet to speak of an “ego” in the animal, as a phenomenon of
    • little as we can speak of a soul-nature resembling the animal soul
    • in speaking of things extending beyond the physical sphere of man. It
    • Now we must also speak of an ego of the plants, when we observe them
    • mineral, its growth, and the self-development, — so to speak, of
    • feet; that is what St. Paul represents when he speaks of the sighing
  • Title: Lecture 9: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • what is actually meant when we speak of group-egos of the animals. It
    • Men did not then speak without reason of the Zodiac or Animal Circle;
    • have their parts assigned to them, so to speak, and have their abode
    • they have their headquarters, so to speak, but first send out their
    • that he could come directly in contact, so to speak, with those beings
    • the Seven Holy Rishis had to say to humanity; each one speaking what
    • Christ. In the solar system we cannot, in the ordinary sense, speak of
    • speak of the Christ, who passes through the spheres of the different
    • that out from the cosmos everywhere speaks that which permeates our
  • Title: Lecture 10: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • perception, generally speaking, only the forms of the minerals exist.
    • speak of all that works from the planetary system, with regard to the
    • group-ego of the minerals is, that, strictly speaking, it does not end
    • onwards, for they, so to speak, belonged to it from the beginning.
    • also. To-day we have, so to speak, grasped the moon as a field of
    • According to this the moon, so to speak, is designated as the
    • We must recognize that in the realm of the spiritual, we speak of
    • Christ just as in that of the physical we speak of the Sun; that in
    • the realm of the spiritual we speak of the planetary spirits and of
    • speak, perhaps, of the principle of Buddha. Here again is a point
    • time turns its countenance, so to speak, to all the stars which shine
    • Anthroposophy to look in an unbiased manner upon all which speaks
    • starry heavens, where spirits speak the same language to us through
  • Title: Occultism and Initiation
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    • Whoever speaks of
    • to arrive at the results of occultism. When I speak of occultism, I
    • through this form of occultism, speak of the development of the true
    • must speak of the development of a person's soul-spiritual
    • lives. Consequently it speaks of reincarnation, of repeated lives on
    • a spiritual-scientific standpoint, these publications also speak of
    • by means of something lying, so to speak, within our own power, what
    • dissolving deeper processes within our organism. I cannot speak in
    • is something which never speaks to us from outside, and this we call
    • that speaks to us inwardly and can be heard by us inwardly.
    • begins to speak and does not listen to its voice but only listens to
    • what speaks from the physical environment through sympathy or
    • without feeling dazed, conscience is a phenomenon that speaks to the
    • and possess, so to speak, an obtrusive, almost importunate reality.
    • spiritual cosmos, as does conscience, and we observe that it speaks
    • to us in the same way in which conscience speaks to us in our
    • which inspiration speaks to the imaginative consciousness; but then
    • what comes from father and mother. Now we no longer speak merely of
    • speak, be one of our own choosing and not a guru assigned to us. We
    • which I am speaking, it will always constitute a danger for spiritual
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