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  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • the etheric body and try to strengthen it. Imagine someone so dissipated
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • condoned for its own sake. Although it is no doubt less damaging
    • this man there lives a spiritual counterpart, so also I can imagine
    • possible imagination and calls forth thinking. It is this activity
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • etheric body to man’s physical body and imagine that a certain
    • cannot be made. Imagine the following experiment and that you see it
    • being enacted; imagine that the whole physical body of man can be
    • foundation of this statement ... but just imagine what the learned
    • If you now imagine
    • unable to see his activities. It is quite possible, to imagine this!
    • Imagine a gigantic
    • Just imagine how
    • world. The most practical thing is not at all as imagined by those
    • as to be tempted by a real serpent. Imagine, a real serpent creeping
    • Lucifer should be imagined as spiritual science is able to represent
    • him. Imagine now that man carries upon him his head, as the most
    • cord, that may be imagined in the form of a serpent’s body.
    • would we be with our physical body without any air! We imagine that
    • it, nor to judge it; it is not so simple a matter as imagined by
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • are apt to imagine after a superficial examination. For these
    • of this, you must say to yourselves: I will try to imagine a
    • we usually imagine this. A mineral's sensation of pain is not
    • just as, imaginatively speaking your fingernails do not each
    • possessed a separate soul. If someone were to imagine that
    • is very easy to imagine that the physical body is the most
    • each takes place during the act of cognition. Now imagine to
    • another. One who imagines everything distinct and separate,
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • that their imaginary universal nebula is finally merged in
    • know what really lives in the thought of men; let us imagine
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • worlds. In this way the soul first comes to Imaginative
    • soul, feeling herself capable of letting Imaginations arise
    • these Imaginations merely as mirror-images, shadow-pictures
    • and lead back this imaginative world arising, into his own
    • itself as the counterpart of Imaginative cognition. Once
    • Imaginative cognition, consciousness is strengthened and
    • former feels spiritual beings as he is accustomed to imagine
    • recognise the latter. Imaginative cognition is the complete
    • feel very soon experiences appear in imaginative cognition,
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 2
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    • clairvoyant or imaginal knowledge; today he has
    • credulous scholars of today imagine. No, they were living figures of
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 3
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    • Try to imagine
    • sloe, which contracts the palate; imagine this wry sensation enhanced
    • of astringency, of downright pain; try to imagine yourself from top
    • should like to be one with the scent of the trees!’ Imagine
    • surroundings ... imagine the experience transferred into the
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 5
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    • to terms with the proper concepts. It is difficult to imagine that
    • imagine that the macrocosmic counterpart of the forces at work in our
    • which are also called laws. Try then to imagine to yourself a real
    • Atlanteans, and imagine an observer endowed with full consciousness
    • something further. Try to imagine for a moment that, by a miracle, it
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • consciousness? Let us imagine that, by some miracle or other, instead
    • imagine him as not yet in a body which has already been subjected to
    • just on the point of doing so; they could only imagine that Dionysos
    • component parts. Imagine for a moment that by some kind of magic the
    • which imagines that it can dig up from the strata of the physical
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 7
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    • confronted by its own absolute need. But imagine this realisation
    • external world. That is the normal thing. And now imagine some
    • The ancient Greek imagined that the present comeliness of the human
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 8
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    • could likewise imagine that a denser development went on in Saturn,
    • sheathed in a more rarefied evolution. We could imagine that there
    • streams, are at a far higher stage. Imagine for a moment that man was
    • a being. Imagine that we were to give birth to our thoughts as
    • Imagine that we were not just to think thoughts, but that with each
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • imagine how complex and manifold is the world that lies about us and
  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • by magic — this is perceived by everyone who confines his
    • magically conjured within nature herself can be discovered
    • intensively — seems to us so magical, so mysterious, is
    • magical quality running through the whole of nature
    • Imagination — but through Intuition. Through the vision
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • The Sources of Artistic Imagination andThe Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
    • The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the
    • imagination, artistic creative power and appreciation, and
    • whence artistic imagination receives its impulses, such
    • imagination. Writers of fairy-tales or other artists who try
    • imagination and the conscious vision that can function in the
    • essentials of the connection between artistic imagination and
    • artistic imagination and seership it is necessary to realise
    • creating out of artistic imagination or phantasy will
    • will be of artistic imagination, based upon his personal
    • imagination. I do not mean by this that the seer, when in
    • of these few words into a self-contained imagination of a
    • poetry, although the imagination has no real link with the
    • it into an inner perception, into an imagination, filling it
    • shapes his phantasy and imagination by the application of
    • colour, he develops imaginations. It is important, however,
    • the opposite side and from there enters into the imaginations
    • imagine that seership arises when a man
    • imagination and super-sensible knowledge on the other. A
    • imagination; it is an inner experience, not abstract but so
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture I
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    • enabled the soul to call up imaginal pictures which were not wholly
    • us imagine that from this substantial habitation, woven of the
    • ourselves through material images. Let us imagine that we have before
    • with the help of warmth, air and water. Let us try to imagine this!
    • image of the living weaving of spirit in a kind of matter; imagine
    • coagulation, the physical densification of our earth. Let us imagine
    • own inner being! Imagine yourselves as having been asleep for a
    • soul-content from the depths of the soul as if by magic. If you like
    • thinking, try to imagine cosmic thinking-then you have the content of
    • And now imagine that
    • through inner reflection. Now imagine, instead of the human soul, the
    • capacities can be used.” Let us then imagine such p. group of
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture II
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    • So that we have to imagine the elements warmth, air and water
    • imagined an enormous sphere, a hollow sphere, with yourself inside
    • its centre. Thus you imagine a point within space whence forces
    • question in this way. Let us think of an animal form, and imagine
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture III
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    • must not imagine that there were plants on the old Sun in their
    • an upward direction. Imagine a gaseous sphere, and within it weaving
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture VII
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    • distrust of them. The early stages of these imaginal representations
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture VIII
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    • imagines, could not even be accepted by superficial ratiocination if
    • gaseous element, and to imagine only that part of the man you are
    • today which pulsates in the warmth of your blood. Imagine your
    • imagine that the Beings whom we have described as Luciferic
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture X
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    • utterly absurd to imagine that an animal form can be transformed into
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture I
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    • those who can imagine how, in the course of man's evolution on earth
    • through the wide spaces of the macrocosm?” Try to imagine the
    • human form. On the other hand, now try to imagine how, in speaking of
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture II
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    • leaders of the Chinese religion. Imagine men of this kind entering the
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture III
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    • can imagine. Yes, indeed, the super-sensible world is always able to
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture IV
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    • Imagine that you go to sleep and that you know, “My body is lying
    • imagine that you stand there with all that is innermost in your soul,
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture V
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    • imagining that when one selflessly and in the right way reaches the
    • quite wrong to imagine that there one went about looking at the beings
    • imagine that after the first steps on the path of initiation he will
    • this fundamental feeling. Imagine someone standing here in the middle
    • One can imagine, therefore, a being belonging to a higher hierarchical
    • before” — it must be imagined that you are standing opposite
    • Just imagine this wish, this feeling, experienced in the spiritual
    • hardly imagine that you would find it described anywhere. You can,
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture VI
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    • Just imagine that somewhere, on some island or other, there were a
    • can make in their view of the world is that of imagining that they can
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture VII
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    • lively imagination, you may be able to form some sort of picture from
    • people. It is impossible to imagine a Buddhist, for instance, writing
    • imagines that man thinks with his brain; that is simply an error. If
  • Title: The Ego: Lecture 1
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    • every man does; for it is impossible to maintain what one imagines as
  • Title: The Ego: Lecture 2
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    • the Chaldean secret schools, with the Magi. They called well to mind
    • Canaan: that means, the soul of Zarathustra; and the three Magi
  • Title: The Ego: Lecture 3
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    • murder Zarathustra, of whom the decadent magicians had said special
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture II
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    • consider the result. It is not difficult to imagine, from what has
    • without further preparation, let us suppose that some magician (of
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture IV
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    • period. If this were the case, it might well be imagined that a
    • speaking of him in his present condition. Is it to be imagined, then,
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture VI
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    • should not of course be imagined that these spirits were composed
    • religion.’ Although these people may imagine themselves to be
    • imagine that they can ever be exhaustively dealt with. But today the
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture VIII
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    • imagine that we are contemplating in its fullness the original sacred
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture IX
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    • not at the moment imagine that this is very difficult to understand,
  • Title: Life Between ... V: Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • imagine that we are fully conversant with them when they have been
    • the form of Imaginations. If we take the words “Visions”
    • or “Imaginations” in the sense in which I explained them
    • by its Imaginations. At first the cloud is dark. When some time has
    • elapsed after death, Imaginative vision gradually perceives that this
    • sun. When Inspiration is added to Imaginative cognition we realize
    • into the spiritual world. What we have characterized for Imaginative
    • perceived through imaginative cognition as the soul draws out of the
    • the prison of his cloud of Imaginations and approach him. Morality
  • Title: Life Between ... VI: Life Between Death and Rebirth 2
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    • It expresses itself as it did on earth. One can readily imagine that
    • imagine it to be painful. In many respects it is so but the dead one
    • What happens as a result of this process? Imagine that after death we
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    • attained. One might well imagine that when such a person again enters
    • One often imagines insight into the spiritual world as a blessed
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    • ordinarily imagined can also cause a soul to remain bound to the
    • Do not imagine that the end of Pandora is in some way
    • other. While we are living on earth, often imagining that we are
  • Title: Lecture: Secrets/Threshold: Lecture I
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    • I can imagine that many people — from
    • and the Other Philia; we have the still imaginative pictures that
    • represented only by such an imaginative perception as the image of
    • Just imagine some modern philosopher or one from the
    • Well, one cannot easily imagine such a
  • Title: Lecture: Secrets/Threshold: Lecture II
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    • through his imagination and his soul life of feeling, no longer
    • heated to 900 degrees that is actually perceptible and the imagined
    • imagined dollars are just as valuable as a hundred real ones —
    • that, too, will be contradicted by life. Certainly a hundred imagined
    • be correct to try to pay a hundred dollar debt with imagined
    • the following picture: Imagine to yourselves a being made of rubber
  • Title: Lecture: Secrets/Threshold: Lecture III
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    • to free itself from physical constraints, he may imagine himself to
    • and if her etheric body has been loosened, she may imagine that she
    • living in imagination, in mental images, the ability to make his
    • the faculty of transformation: thinking or imagination; for the
    • We would be mistaken if we imagined that the alternation
    • living beings. Only imagine how it is when you cannot form and
    • our thinking must become from what it is here. Imagine sticking your
  • Title: Lecture: Secrets/Threshold: Lecture IV
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    • the physical sense world. You can easily imagine that stage hands
    • One should not imagine that learning to
    • imagine without approaching the spiritual world?”
    • imagine, for it is usually just the opposite of what we might expect.
    • acquired in the present earth life to create in the imagination what
    • soul it would have imagined something quite different.” Even
    • to the so-called proof of God' s existence, that a hundred imaginary
    • be demolished by anyone who tries to pay his debts with imaginary and
    • distinguish the heat of an iron on our skin from an imaginary iron.
  • Title: Lecture: Secrets/Threshold: Lecture VI
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    • described in the following way: Imagine a moment in your ordinary
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    • “imaginative soul experiences,” with all the imbalance
    • other action is the subjective imaginative experience of Johannes
    • soul as imaginative insight. This is very clear from the stage
    • imaginations of Johannes Thomasius.
    • not remain in the realm of imagination but extends into the objective
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    • that really outdoes everything imaginable in grotesque erudition —
    • imagine a great swarm of gnats. From a distance it looks like a
  • Title: Illusory Illness: Lecture I: Illusory Illness
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    • Thus one can see what power fantasy and perverted imagination
    • have the least imaginable effect on the organism. What we learn
    • in our abstract sciences has the least imaginable effect on our
    • century. Here you have a picture, an imagination that is set
    • but in a picture, in an imagination.
    • imagination of the Holy Grail, then one has food and
    • world in truth, and receive it in such imaginations. Then these
    • imaginations work lawfully upon the organism, harmonizing it.
    • These imaginations, however, work as health-bringing, inner
    • impulses. Imaginations bring about effects, and if these be
    • true world-pictures, imaginations, they work in a
    • of forming these inner imaginations, then all his forces stream
    • imaginations to let himself be deceived by false images. He
  • Title: Illusory Illness: Lecture II: The Feverish Pursuit of Health
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    • This is most important. Imagine as vividly as you can a
  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture II: The Ninefold Constitution of Man
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    • imagined, however, that what it is possible to say in a single lecture
    • world the Imaginative World — but “Imaginative” here
    • Imaginative world, Astral world, Elemental world, are interchangeable.
    • Imaginative world or the “Elemental” world in Rosicrucian
  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture III: The Elemental World and the Heaven World. Waking Life, Sleep and Death.
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    • has deep significance for his whole make-up. Do not imagine that the
  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture IV: The Descent to a New Birth
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    • can also be seen. But we must not imagine that these pictures are
    • But let it not be imagined that the human being has nothing to do
  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture V: Mans Communal Life Between Death and a New Birth. Birth into the Physical World.
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    • the qualities of phantasy or imagination, of thinking. The latter
  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture VI: The Law of Destiny
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    • different way from what people like to imagine. Many people deplore
    • produce quite different effects. Imagine a people which was composed
  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture VII: The Technique of Karma
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    • It is often imagined that the human being is subject to the
    • make new entries in the karmic book of life. It must never be imagined
    • wisdom. Do not imagine that the astral body of man today is as far
  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture VIII: Human Consciousness in the Seven Planetary Conditions
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    • Steiner Imagination.] a consciousness in which one has both
  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture IX: Planetary Evolution I
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    • now imagine that the human being has died, that even his etheric body
    • Imagine yourself standing before a mirror from which your own figure
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    • Now we must imagine that this Sun-existence passed through a kind of
    • We will now imagine that the Sun has passed through such a condition
    • less this substance if you imagine the white of a hen's egg, somewhat
    • the truth. Only through pictures, through imagination do we find the
  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture XI: Evolution of Mankind on the Earth I
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    • never imagine that the human being was ever such an animal as those
    • longer the case, but there still continued a magical connection
    • will magically in such a way that the fire-masses became fierce and
    • That magical influence which the human beings had upon the Fire-ocean,
    • possessed a certain magical power over the growth of plants. If he
  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture XII: Evolution of Mankind on the Earth II
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    • condition. Thus without being a magician one learns to grasp the world
  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture XIII: The Future of Man
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    • heavily in people's minds. It is so easy to imagine that it is a
    • brotherhood, the expression of universal human love. One might imagine
    • age this moulding is unimaginably slow, but a time will come again
    • transform it. Many people cannot imagine that there will ever be a
    • imagine the man who is able to create his own likeness through the
  • Title: Theosophy/Rosicrucian: Lecture XIV: The Nature of Initiation
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    • develop quite definite feelings. Imagine the following: the plant
    • 2. Imaginative knowledge.
    • The second stage is Imaginative Knowledge, the knowledge which
    • is the basis, it must be perfected through individual imaginative
    • to exercise any deep influence on your organism. Imaginative knowledge
    • body. All imaginative knowledge based on truth is at the same time
    • circulation. The best educator is imaginative knowledge, if man is
    • through the imagination. One learns to discover an inner connection
    • leads to genuine brotherliness, this is the magician which can best
  • Title: Man and Woman in Light of Spiritual Science
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    • prevailing materialism. Thus Weininger imagined there to be a mixing
  • Title: Lecture: The Son of God and the Son of Man
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    • a kind of natural inspiration and imagination, an ancient
    • Let us imagine that a being were
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • infinitely more profound than is generally imagined. The reason why
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • resolved to dust. No! Imagine that some one has a wound: then the
  • Title: Lecture: Reflections of Consciousness, Super-consciousness and Sub-consciousness
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    • not imagine that the inner structure of our body, namely the
    • processes take place. You may therefore imagine at the back
    • occurs through imagination, through what we call imaginative
    • exercises of an imaginative knowledge. Through a form of
    • can indeed arise. But if we were to imagine that such things
    • there, beside the actual trees, other imaginary trees, and as
    • have to do if we were to see actual trees beside imaginary
    • ones. If we walk toward imaginary trees, we do not strike
    • Let us imagine that we build up in thoughts an artificial man
    • this very thing, we build up an imaginary man who is
    • realise the cause of this. Let us now construct an imaginary
    • after us, has beaten us. And let us imagine that we did all
    • an imaginary person in whom all those things are centred
    • man. Let us therefore construct this imaginary human being.
    • described — not the imaginary human being which we have
    • an entirely different plane than we may, at first, imagine.
    • we imagine a world where it is impossible to speak of a
  • Title: Lecture: Hidden Forces of Soul-Life
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    • spiritual training, imagination, inspiration, and intuition. Thus we
    • have to include imagination, inspiration, and intuition, in the
    • consciousness, to the Imaginations acquired by means of the right
    • to imagine the rose — such a thing as the growth, the growing
    • imagination, or that we have a vision. And let us now suppose that
    • this Imagination, or this vision, corresponds to some good Being.
    • imagination or vision, lies enclosed, here, between these two
    • time being. On the other hand, if we have an imaginary picture, or a
    • If, during the imagination or vision of an evil Being, we call
    • this while seeing perfectly clearly this visionary, or imaginative,
    • imagination, or vision, of a good Being. In this case, also, if we
    • (b―c). We must imagine here, that is to say, first of all what
    • force of warmth in the blood. And then, we must imagine within
    • clearness visions, imaginations, or other sorts of perceptions
    • then, certain forces become as it were magically active in this
    • exactly what imaginations correspond to this or that sympathy within
    • visions, or if he were endowed with imaginative knowledge, he would
    • have the kind of vision, or imagination, described day before
    • belong only to his own world; these visions and imaginations would
    • feeling into our sub-consciousness (of course, we must imagine an
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  • Title: Perception of the Elemental World
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    • itself from physical constraints he may imagine himself to be the
    • her etheric body has been loosened, she may imagine that she has been
    • being capable of transformation? It is his living in imagination, in
    • thinking or imagination; for the opposite condition, the will.
    • We would be mistaken if we imagined that the alternation of
    • living beings. Only imagine how it is when you cannot form and
    • our thinking must become from what it is here. Imagine sticking your
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture III: More Intimate Aspects of Reincarnation
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    • especially skilled in the use of magical powers. The
    • clairvoyants and magicians. And those human beings who had
    • magical powers whom the Great Leader of the Sun Oracle
    • understand. The Atlantean clairvoyants and magicians, who
    • imaginations that were closely related to the events in
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 2: The Mission of Anger
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    • imaginary lemonade would quench his thirst is another question. The boundary
    • popular imagination arrives at a truth which may often elude the
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Eleven: Kyrios, The Lord of the Soul
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    • about whom retrograde Magi had made certain statements. But
  • Title: Mission/Rosenkreutz: Lecture V. The Christ Impulse as Living Reality
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    • will flow into the hearts of men as a magic, moral power. The stream
    • the words of his speech will contain the magic power of the Good. For
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    • accept, whilst imagining they are being genuinely discriminating.
    • But do not let us imagine that this intellectuality ought to merge, as
    • imagine what it will be like as Socrates could, who considered that
    • the future, he becomes Buddha, his spoken words will contain the magic
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    • will flow into the hearts of men as a magic, moral power. In this way
  • Title: Psychoanalysis: Lecture III: Reflections in the Mirror of Consciousness, Superconsciousness and Subconsciousness
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    • is not the case; that it is no more sensible for us to imagine
    • forth the details of consciousness than to imagine that a
    • that contains processes of its own. Thus it may be imagined
    • called imaginative cognition), when the clairvoyant
    • consciousness through exercises in imaginative cognition, and
    • trees, imaginary ones. The real objective facts and those which
    • experiment: We imagine that we constructed for ourselves an
    • what you imagine, but you lack understanding for something
    • If you have not simply imagined a feeling, but evolved it by
  • Title: Psychoanalysis: Lecture IV: Hidden Soul Powers
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    • being, through spiritual training, attains to imagination,
    • imagination, inspiration, and intuition of the
    • consciousness would correspond to imaginations gained
    • imagination, or that we have a vision which may be the response
    • the super-sensible world, and let us imagine this world where
    • imagination or a vision, to be between these lines (b–c). In
    • world as an evil or demonic being, either through an imaginary
    • super-sensible imagination or vision of an evil being we develop
    • an imagination or vision of a good being. If in this case we
    • imaginations, or some other sort of subconscious perception of
    • subconscious powers that act like magic in this outer world.
    • question knows or does not know which imaginations correspond
    • visions or had imaginative sight, he would recognize these
    • visions and imaginations as perceptions of his own being; they
    • distinguish a genuine vision or imagination
    • human being, confronting a vision or imagination may ask
    • does not always become vision and imagination. It becomes
    • imagination through correct training, and vision in the case of
    • imaginations, inspirations and premonitions: that these
    • imagination acts upon this elemental world. In the case
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  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture IV: Truths of Spiritual Research
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    • concentration of thinking, of imagining, of feeling or also
    • a particular way. We imagine facing two glasses; one is
    • half-full with water, the other empty. Now we imagine that we
    • is foolish to imagine something that is not there at all, one
    • spiritual science calls the Imaginative world. The spiritual
    • Imaginative world. Although he has brought up the pictures in
    • one wants to compare an Imagination to a vision, a
    • fact that he himself creates the Imagination.
    • has to pass this state. He has to get out a rich Imaginative
    • Imagine that you have all mental pictures at this moment again
    • of his will to forget his whole Imaginative life, this new
    • to make this Imaginative world disappear more and more often in
    • on. Then gradually the Imaginations that he has sent down to
    • can still distinguish an only imagined lemonade from a real
    • with an imagined lemonade. There is such an objection also
    • objection is right, one can imagine a piece of steel that is
    • to distinguish imagination, mental picture, and reality in
    • has gone through an only imagined mindscape first — not
    • pictures of this Imaginative world that you yourself have
    • the Imaginative knowledge. This counter-image exists with the
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    • a counter-image of the Imaginative knowledge, I have put the
    • consists of. While with the Imaginative knowledge the inner
    • the Imaginative knowledge with the strengthening of
    • strong imagination of the medium is also not appropriate
    • every strong imagination works substantially on the
    • that people with strong imagination are just bad media. If a
    • imagines it, for instance, as an angel. What can be the case
    • Imaginative knowledge is the complete counter-image of that
    • in it to behold into the Imaginative world. I have already
    • Imaginative world is radically different from the pathological,
    • Imagine once that some people of contrary viewpoints meet like
    • start quarrelling. This possibility is imaginable. Since one
    • Single symptoms show this clearly in the Imaginative world at
    • experience emerging in the Imaginative knowledge very soon that
    • belletristic portrayal of such things always only imagination
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    • thoughts but will act upon feeling and will. — Just imagine the
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    • of the forties. You can imagine how differently one looks at the
    • progression, as historians imagine. They believe that the later event
    • imagination, inspiration and intuition with the spiritual world which
    • from gradual death through illness. Imagine the following case: A
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    • enabled the soul to call up imaginal pictures which were not wholly
    • us imagine that from this substantial habitation, woven of the
    • ourselves through material images. Let us imagine that we have before
    • with the help of warmth, air and water. Let us try to imagine this!
    • image of the living weaving of spirit in a kind of matter; imagine
    • coagulation, the physical densification of our earth. Let us imagine
    • own inner being! Imagine yourselves as having been asleep for a
    • soul-content from the depths of the soul as if by magic. If you like
    • thinking, try to imagine cosmic thinking-then you have the content of
    • And now imagine that
    • through inner reflection. Now imagine, instead of the human soul, the
    • capacities can be used.” Let us then imagine such a group of
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    • imagined an enormous sphere, a hollow sphere, with yourself inside
    • its centre. Thus you imagine a point within space whence forces
    • question in this way. Let us think of an animal form, and imagine
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    • imagines, could not even be accepted by superficial ratiocination if
    • gaseous element, and to imagine only that part of the man you are
    • today which pulsates in the warmth of your blood. Imagine your
    • imagine that the Beings whom we have described as Luciferic
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    • clairvoyant or imaginal knowledge; today he has
    • credulous scholars of today imagine. No, they were living figures of
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    • sloe, which contracts the palate; imagine this wry sensation enhanced
    • of astringency, of downright pain; try to imagine yourself from top
    • should like to be one with the scent of the trees!’ Imagine
    • surroundings ... imagine the experience transferred into the
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    • to terms with the proper concepts. It is difficult to imagine that
    • imagine that the macrocosmic counterpart of the forces at work in our
    • which are also called laws. Try then to imagine to yourself a real
    • Atlanteans, and imagine an observer endowed with full consciousness
    • something further. Try to imagine for a moment that, by a miracle, it
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    • consciousness? Let us imagine that, by some miracle or other, instead
    • imagine him as not yet in a body which has already been subjected to
    • just on the point of doing so; they could only imagine that Dionysos
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    • which imagines that it can dig up from the strata of the physical
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    • confronted by its own absolute need. But imagine this realisation
    • external world. That is the normal thing. And now imagine some
    • The ancient Greek imagined that the present comeliness of the human
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    • could likewise imagine that a denser development went on in Saturn,
    • sheathed in a more rarefied evolution. We could imagine that there
    • streams, are at a far higher stage. Imagine for a moment that man was
    • a being. Imagine that we were to give birth to our thoughts as
    • Imagine that we were not just to think thoughts, but that with each
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    • imagine how complex and manifold is the world that lies about us and
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    • always ready and open to receive them. But meditation words are magic
    • one can imagine something like palely gleaming moonlight that represents
    • one tries to imagine that divine-spirit is flowing all around one. One
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    • should imagine the meditational material as pictorially as possible in
    • is to clearly imagine a shining Mercury staff with a black snake
    • great danger. The occult way to combat this is to imagine the rose
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    • Let's imagine a quiet sea and then the same sea with towering waves,
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    • us that the Gospels express, in pictorial form, the deepest imaginable
    • thinking cannot even imagine. We cannot now imagine the perfection of
    • If we try to imagine the
    • the sealed book, the astral imaginations. They approach us in pictures.
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    • imagine how deeply the nineteenth century was entangled in materialism.
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