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- Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
- to the Ego-consciousness is to form ideas, to think. This power of
- thinking was reserved for the humanity of the post-Atlantean epoch;
- The child, too, thinks in pictures. It was only gradually given to
- humanity to think in thoughts, this faculty not being aroused in man
- onwards the thinking of thoughts has developed more and more; we now
- that the Ego can be grasped. In order that thinking, too, might be
- united with the Christ-Impulse, that thinking as such might not come
- If our thinking is gradually to be brought more and more into order,
- there is to be an increasing development of healthy thinking based
- upon truth — it will be because thinking has acquired, through the
- The fourth danger was to man's thinking, the inner representation of
- of living thought, of the thinking which is becoming clairvoyant — we
- thinking. The child develops his capacities out of the unconscious.
- when he has learnt to speak, and when with learning to think, he has
- into the power of walking upright, and into speaking and thinking;
- thinking, the Christ-Force is now entering the memory. We can
- the spiritual being of man. It is well for us to think often on the
- Which, out of the Thinking which remembers,
- Thinking is at yet permeated with the Christ-Impulse in the barest
- Title: Way of Knowledge
- impulses, as a way of thinking and in no other way can we
- acquire the right way of thinking about things around us,
- stone, I'm hurting it also. As a result, when people think
- need to think about this knowledge and should allow such
- pick it. From this we can get the notion that we can think what
- experience pain. Just think about it, what a large part of the
- think that, what we call the “I” (Ich) in spiritual
- what we call forces of nature, were linked to human thinking
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