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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • Thus what we may call the secret of Christianity is given form in
    • mathematical forms and reckoning to them, we are spreading out again
    • a dreamlike condition, they perceived what was happening in the form
    • form at the time when the Mystery of Golgotha occurred. But all this
    • in many shapes and forms to-day. For Jahve was once rightly worshipped
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • understand why, for example, salt assumes a cubical form. True, these
    • perceive. Nor can they arise within this domain. The form of the eye
    • or of the ear — both the inward form and the outer configuration
    • form of the eye or of the ear is already planned and laid out as it
    • and a new birth builds up his own physical body in a spirit-form
    • form — the inner form for instance of an eye, or of an ear —
    • is formed and moulded by the work man does between death and a new
    • formed and created out of the super-sensible world; and only after it
    • has thus been formed can it undertake its task as a sense-organ —
    • Let us consider such a thing in detail. Observe the inner formation of
    • appears as a transformed knee-cap. Finally, that which passes from the
    • — a transformed metamorphosed limb. You might also describe it
    • formed. Coarsely you feel the ground with the sole of your foot, while
    • transformed, and this is one of them.
    • life, it is above all the head that is planned and formed. The other
    • the ear, transforms it and re-shapes it. And so it becomes the lower
    • these inner relationships of sound the human ear is formed. Hence we
    • principle of weight. Thus if we rightly understand how the form of man
    • world. We human beings are altogether formed in this way. Partly we
    • These transformations, however, not only take their course in the
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  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • can now be used for formulating these riddles. But when these riddles
    • transform themselves into what they become in most young people today.
    • The capacity for forming judgments is blossoming at this time and
    • If a student is unable to formulate a question which he experiences
    • he can bring about such a formulation in class, and he must be able to
    • poisonous substances is produced by the unformulated questions. These
    • really to be broken down and transformed instead of created. Poisons
    • If we spend too much time pouring a mass of information over young
    • transformation of the courses one gives that the pedagogy must concern
    • every kind of social reform but within their souls actually bring
  • Title: Lecture: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • form, so as to make use of his senses. The relation of the external
    • music, which resounds in an individualised form in the human etheric
    • the senses and from the whole skin, is formed into a shell-like copy
    • then forms a kind of etheric organism which is compounded of the
    • influence one another mutually, and form an organism — the
    • bound to describe it as consisting simply of the forms of thoughts,
    • moment, one would draw of course lines, or coloured forms. But to
    • describe the substance of these lines or coloured forms one could only
    • individualised Logos. One cannot really say: this forming of
    • individual form, expressing in an inner Word, that can be perceived
    • the ears of our fellow men, is as if transformed, turned inwards
    • work together to form a structure that lies towards the front of man,
    • forming the Lotus-flowers — man finds his connection with the
    • streaming, flowing, resounding, speaking activity, and form the human
    • formed and made individual, which shines and warms and sounds and
    • the forms of the physical body. During sleep he lives with the etheric
    • the spiritual beings, in accordance with the forms of the physical
    • again. The human being must not live on after death in those forms
    • spiritual Form can be found in this way. And these full spiritual
    • Forms are the only real things in the universe. In the old dreamy
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  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • indeed in a not too distant future, that older forms have come down
    • impulses and from the religious forms in which man's moral life finds
    • he longs to flee received their present form from the fact that man
    • super-sensible realm as the basis of knowledge. Externalized forms of
    • person impelled to regard these forms as subhuman rather than as
    • comes a second, one already contained in seed form in the first. It
    • three people once joined forces and formed the executive committee of
    • his will into channels formed by the way things have developed in
    • formed groups of this sort and sent out good thoughts, escaping from
    • another, violently compulsive form, and so we need not be surprised
    • have had to call away individuals who formerly guided activities in
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • of knowledge which form the basis for a true understanding of life.
    • suppose he wants to inform himself about things that are actually
    • the fragmentary history that forms part of popular education. But
    • souls which expressed itself in a universal, pantheistic form of
    • were souls who had had no contact with Christianity in former
    • Europe and who received Christianity in a form altogether different
    • and received Christianity in this form, are, speaking broadly,
    • surrounded from childhood by the decadent forms of ancient Oriental
    • culture which have remained in the language and other forms of
    • great many men were able to form very clear and definite conceptions
    • is absolutely right to refrain from uttering the bald, dogmatic form
  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • forms his mental pictures as a passive spectator. With the
    • a tremendous difference is to be seen between the form of man's head
    • forming mental images of it via our sense perception, this force
    • etheric body or body of formative forces. We
    • organisation. This finer body is the formative force — a thing
    • man's being than the etheric body or body of formative forces. We
    • then the transformation into petals, we see a leap from the
    • of lives he spends in a physical body and another form of existence
    • the hope of a re-awakening, in a new form, of the spiritual life of
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • laying stress upon this. There is indeed a striving for a uniform
    • individual forms and expressions of human nature in the different
    • that it flows in an individual form from a human personality. Through
    • the East, what form does it take? The injunction given to pupils by
    • When he forms a concrete ideal of how he can become higher
    • the artistic conceptions of Greece that the human form was first
    • individual forms by the different peoples. Our whole attitude should
    • in mathematical and mechanical formulae. The Westerner must realise
    • Goethe assumed this form. It is this kind of internationalism that
    • today. In its present form, internationalism is not a living
    • pulse in the world; it is preached throughout the world in the form
    • Internationalism nowadays is a more or less weakened form of Marxism.
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • learns about existence in conformity with today's thinking as it is
    • uniform explanation of the world, simply out of a desire for
    • say? Granted that one accepts a formal division between knowledge and
    • exhaustion, to what kind of social form this division in the human
    • lives in memory. Behind what rises up in the form of memories,
    • one reaches ideas, which in a purely formal way are like memory
    • of the former subjective imaginations, objective imaginations light
    • where our thinking takes place on the platform of our human
    • knowledge gives us only the forms. Through it we are as it were
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • forms.
    • reminiscent of past forms in which the Eternal, manifesting
    • transformed in the soul in such a way that a man was, as it
    • animal forms. And those men tried to give expression to this.
    • symbols what the astral body reveals, imitated it in the form
    • directly transformed into that mood of unbridled abandonment
    • however, these Plays were already being performed in a
    • fragments remained of the Christmas Plays that were performed
    • early Christmas Plays were still performed in a village near
    • icicles forming on the trees — such feelings were
    • of Jesus on the 25th, a performance of the Paradise Play was
    • that the Paradise Play must be performed in the mood of piety
    • performers in the Christmas Plays rehearsed, how they
    • performances of the Plays, we may well say: Is this not
    • Art has degenerated, for example, into formalism, much could
    • in us as the life of the spirit, transformed through
    • men's hearts during performances of the Paradise and
    • forms through the evolution of humanity. Hence the spectacle
    • lonely places in which there will be born, as yet in the form
  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • spiritual beings. With the help of spiritual beings we form the
    • when, outside himself, he has to experience the actions he performed
    • physiological basis of love: together they form tone in speech and in
    • after-vibration of the self? Who recognises in the plastic forming of
    • consciousness receives? Why then do we transform ordinary speech that we
    • have here on earth as a utilitarian faculty — why do we transform
    • express our own being in declamation, in song? Why do we transform it?
    • cults. The images men formed of their gods was the source of plastic
    • “Goetheanism as an impulse for man's transformation”
    • today — the smoke of the incense was formed into the desired image of the
    • religion and science were formerly one, and we should still have a sense
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • when we try to form a picture of the breathing process or of the
    • of the same power that was formerly given from the Mysteries, by
  • Title: Lecture: About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
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    • they decided to observe these facts more closely, since the information
    • concerning the fine things performed by “clever Hans” seemed
    • we generally imagine. For mathematical conclusions are formed, as it
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • his ideas about reforming the basis of society in three fundamental,
    • instance, takes a particular form of economic life, and
    • take the insurance statistics, as forming the basis of that
    • performed there! This unnecessary work might well be saved;
    • is needed, is to bring our general economy into a form in
    • from mere continuations, in some form or other, of what
    • closely involved with whether necessary work is performed, or
    • a certain price. And anyone, then, who performs unnecessary
    • forms of production, not merely unnecessary, like
    • know: what forms these crises would assume?
    • would soon be found, if once unnecessary forms of production
    • did not lead to the performance of unnecessary work.
    • itself. The unity which grows up as the final form of
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 2: On Propaganda of the Threefold Social Order
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    • his ideas about reforming the basis of society in three fundamental,
    • to us, asking for information about some point or other. They
    • are always asking for information about this point or that.
    • party forms, of the socalled Independent Socialists. If these
    • were to come into power, a new party again would form in
    • one side, the classes who formerly held the reins. These
    • destruction of everything we possess in the form of human
    • task they had to perform. And do you think, then, that from
    • then, when one really sets to work to try and form even some
    • under what forms of superstition they are living as a matter
    • would but form a conception of what can be done by the power
    • imagine that it was a form of speech, that it was a phrase,
    • reforms in the spiritual life, until one is clear, that one
    • cannot reform anything.
    • the bank-system has taken the economic form that it has
    • These are all questions which are based on the old forms of
    • put forward just now in this form, that ‘the gentleman should
    • reconstruction of the forms of life, — not merely to twisting
    • those forms of social life which happen to be in force at the
    • transforming of human thoughts and feelings in their
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • where they can obtain no information.
    • happens in the human soul when an action is performed where a
    • detailed information about these matters can be found, I have
    • second power. You can find more detailed information in my
    • imaginations. It is not that we develop a lower form of
    • the spiritual world by the transformation of the soul. It
    • differently from animals in the formation of man's extremities,
    • unconscious form of inspiration to the human being. This is the
    • thing and accept another. This is an unconscious form of
    • that is, everything connected with the formation of our
    • established in the evolution of the head. Even the form
    • life after death in two different ways, the former as
    • and respect his inmost being. When we perform an action out of
    • being performed out of love: this is the truly free
    • human being performs many actions arising out of the needs of
    • always has the ideal of performing actions where he can say:
    • modified form, the words of a German thinker. The science of
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • form a more or less united family in which there could be all
    • to form judgments about what is going on around us. In such
    • English, French and so on, all came together and formed
    • bearing the future if we use only the form of knowledge that
    • unconsciously, they sought their information about social
    • from the formation of the mental image. This activity that
    • takes place parallel with the formation of the image is
    • mental image is formed anew, it is something different from the
    • Every time we use our memory the mental image has to be formed
    • of forming images, — what have we then? It is the same
    • forms the organism. We penetrate below the thresh-hold of
    • soul-spirit in the life of the body. But it does form the
    • of the body he was granted a special form of spirituality. We
    • part of us is to be found not only what inspires us, but forms
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1
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    • valuable information and inspiration which he has repeatedly
    • acknowledged in public. In addition, however, he informed me
    • we can come to a really new social form only by recognising
    • presenting a picture of completion. Hence in former times
    • formerly he was caused by his body to develop instinctively
    • former times it was justifiable to speak of certain people as
    • of modern man. Much of what was formerly said about man is
    • his metamorphosis. He is formed by what goes on working out
    • form. Then only will you be members of the order we
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1 (alternate translation)
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    • say that he had got certain useful information from my book
    • formerly was the case (man had for instance during the
    • lost a certain interest in him which they formerly had. For
    • more guarded form, and yesterday, at the Opening speech at
    • century man's former relationship with them ceased and that
    • School. There we are trying to transform dead pedagogic
    • evolution” but of a sudden change or transformation in
    • complete. But only these perform what is necessary for the
    • easy matter to form a conception of even a new world concept,
    • externally logical form — but Truth in its essence. And
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 2
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    • world,is to try to obtain information through comparison of
    • what formed the horizon of the Greek's consciousness was the
    • appears to us as something uniform, a unity perceived through
    • passing over as living form into the future. Then through
    • transformed and resolved as it were, into the activities of
    • performed by modern education in that it allows certain
    • territorial consciousness was transformed into an Earth
    • undergoes concrete transformation. Then that abstract
    • in the place of the old uniform State; is it your opinion
    • information, in order to be in a position to give his lecture
  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • cultural epoch onwards, a particular form of proclamation was
    • Moses be formulated then? Just consider the necessity to
    • in the Egyptian time. Here stands the form of Osiris, as we
    • kind of being is Osiris, mainly in his godly form? Consider
    • became considered the ideal human form, possessing all possible
    • forms. The form through which the Initiates of the Persian
    • them as a result of his etheric form, the sun aura, becoming
    • astral form. That divinity however, which the Jewish people
    • this. Merely under the form of the “I,” only under
    • formed from mineral nature, the ether body from the etheric in
    • astral body is also formed. From all which exits in the members
    • of the lively form in which Moses presented this to his people
    • understanding can be reached, no real picture formed regarding
    • in the genuine occult sense, when the human being forms the
    • being is placed and then formed with the divine
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture I: The Being of Man
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    • hidden behind his visible form? What happens after death? — all
    • and goes through the proper preliminary training. A very definite form
    • impulse, as colour and form in the astral body. For example, he sees
    • to the seer in a peculiar form. When he studies the astral body, everything
    • auric light streaming around it. This is the outer form of expression
    • body has been thus transformed by the “I” is called
    • thus attain mastery over the etheric body, and what he has transformed
    • sixth member of man's nature, the transformed etheric body.
    • in temperament or form to his previous incarnation. The Chela has the
    • members are fully formed, the fifth only partly, the sixth and seventh
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture II: The Three Worlds
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    • surrounded by black, malignant forms which threaten and terrify them
    • once felt himself to be in the presence of two female forms, one beautiful
    • renunciation. The two forms represent vice and virtue, and the story
    • they appear as the forms of two women with opposite qualities — vice
    • form of knowledge of the truth.
    • and form, and it will be a thought which gives strength to our neighbour.
    • in the main of forms and colours similar to those of the physical world,
    • and ever-changing forms and lines.
    • into the world of Devachan. Then for a moment he sees his physical form
    • physical forms are concerned. This is the region which provides as it
    • and pain, wherever they are active in the physical. Physical forms then
    • that has life forms its Ocean. Everything that pleasure and pain signify
    • of Devachan. But it is a highly significant boundary; it forms what
    • as he was in 1796, and if we are not properly informed we may confuse
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture III: Life of the Soul in Kamaloka
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    • begin to form some conception of what the condition of life is after
    • desire as a brownish-red thought-form in the upper part of his astral
    • relatively easily. Even in apoplexy or any other sudden but natural form
    • of people vary widely in colour and form. The astral body of a primitive
    • it can even answer questions and give information, and can speak with
    • remained imperfect in his former life.
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture IV: Devachan
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    • but also this product of his former life. This is the “causal”
    • of the Earth has been transformed in a relatively short time. A man
    • negative. And if you see yourself in this negative form, as one among
    • once only, but by degrees you come to see yourself as you were in former
    • lives, and this has a deep purpose. Goethe says: “The eye is formed
    • had formerly nourished their eyes were diverted to another organ which
    • already possesses, were formed in an earlier incarnation. When after
    • of the others. Accordingly he forms for himself a picture of a new body,
    • of the fruits of his former lives he prepares the picture of his body
    • it; now he sees it flowing past and he uses it to animate the form he
    • qualities, and thus he endows with soul the body he had formed at the
    • his astral body no longer has this task to perform, and in proportion as
    • friendship. To form such relationships on Earth provides experiences
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture V: Human Tasks in the Higher Worlds
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    • forms of man, animal and plant, flows freely like the waters of the
    • form to another, one animal form to another, all embraced in the unity
    • of life. All forms of spiritual life, for example that of Christian
    • sees realised in visible form all the relationships that arise between
    • the forms of the plant-world. In this way he can collaborate in the
    • transformation of the Earth. Hence it is man himself who brings about
    • are active in the transformation of flora and fauna, and even in changing
    • the physical form of the solid Earth. Even in the forces of nature we
    • not even any tools. Everything existed in the form given to it by gods,
    • are the work of man. Thus the Earth is always being transformed by man.
    • the transformation of the physical Earth, and of its flora and fauna,
    • Besides these astral forms,
    • up of the fruits of his former lives, he now has to gather round him
    • after a bad one. The bell-shaped forms are made up of the causal body,
    • so that the whole process depends on the man himself. The form and colour
    • to the chosen parents; the “Maharajas” form the etheric
    • body to correspond with the astral form and with the contribution by
    • works on the earliest formation of the physical body.
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • human life in the form of pictures, have a powerful effect. All this
    • he has the power to do so, and in this way the karma of the former is
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • former life determines our external destiny.
    • so on which transform the astral body during a long life will produce
    • conscious intention. In former times it was done more often than it
    • There is a form of illness,
    • to the next. In a family, then, where a great deal of music is performed,
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • a more or less conscious form, came only gradually to be recognised.
    • man, though in a quite different form, was already there. His physical
    • the fish form which had been part of himself. These fish forms were huge,
    • transform evil in later generations.
    • The members of the Manichean Order are already learning how to transform
    • transformed evil will become a quite special good. The power to effect
    • a more solid form. Theosophy tells us that we are one with all that
    • had yet been separated off from man. Man was there, and he formed mental
    • we can see our own products, our own being which has taken solid form.
    • form of the physical body is moulded by purely physical inheritance.
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    • devised as to perform the maximum work with the minimum mass, in a way
    • have perceived him. The human form was like a kind of auric egg, and
    • to Arupa. These phases, called “Globes”, are Form-conditions.
    • planet which transforms itself, and its beings are transformed with
    • Round was its finally perfected form attained. Each Round has its seven
    • transformations, or Form-conditions, so that Saturn will have passed
    • Form-conditions, expressed as 777 in occult script. In that script, 7 in
    • transformations.
    • shell-like structures as hovering forms; the finer substances he retained
    • formed the minerals from out of himself, but these minerals were a kind
    • forms were quite different from those we know today.
    • again only a repetition of Saturn in a rather different form. The second
    • body in addition to the two earlier bodies. In his outward form we might
    • form itself. At this point an important event occurred: an encounter
    • form. But for this occurrence, the Earth would have had to remain as
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • united with the Sun and our present Moon. Sun, Moon and Earth formed
    • was present — millions of shell-like forms. These were the human
    • germs of the Saturn stage, now emerging as a recapitulation of the forms
    • forms. You must picture the spirit descending from above and enfolding each
    • individual body. A tentacle worked on a body and built up a human form.
    • When one form was complete, the tentacle withdrew, stretched itself
    • forms were thus brought forth directly by the spiritual worlds. In the
    • its arms to create the forms out of chaos. This first epoch of our Earth
    • created Heaven and Earth and the Earth was without form, and void, and
    • seen the Earth or the shell-like forms; they were resounding human forms,
    • note. The forms possessed no individuality, for individuality was still
    • dissolved in the spirit-atmosphere. Seven kinds of forms could be
    • The germinal human forms were differentiated and articulated; and because
    • the creator of the eyes. The germinal human forms, which had hitherto
    • Sun. They formed the spiritual population of the Sun and exerted their
    • influence on the Earth from the Sun. The etheric human forms were now
    • surrounding the separate physical forms, which in their turn had become
    • form could produce another out of its own substance — a sort of
    • fertilisation withdrew from one form, it sank into another without a
    • ancestors of humanity there were already forms of plants and animals,
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  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • with him, so the Atlantean, when he took hold of a form in nature, felt
    • but shaped anew. The Persian wished to transform nature by work; he
    • ideas and concepts through which I may transform the world of external
    • more the form of a conflict between two powers — Ormuzd, representing
    • has to be transformed. But he found himself still at a loss in one respect:
    • taking the finished forms of nature, he took the still unformed substance
    • of marble and impressed on it his own stamp. He formed his own gods,
    • about the form of human society from his own inner life. The Roman went
    • transform the whole visible world. The mission of this fifth sub-race
    • of our race represents the highest point of man's power to transform
    • also a third form of movement — that the whole solar system moves
    • who imparted truth to them in the form of myths and legends. If we had
    • now brings to us in a different form. When we are reborn, we shall hear
    • the truth spoken in another and a higher form. Truth evolves, as does
    • everything else in the world. It is the form of the divine Spirit, but
    • the divine Spirit has many forms. If we thoroughly imbue ourselves with
    • forms. And we shall then look at modern humanity in a quite different
    • we shall become tolerant towards every form of truth. We come to a better
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XII: Occult Develpment
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    • rid of the following form of egoism. He must not say: “What good
    • on. You must therefore give up a little time to performing actions which
    • violent form. This may happen even if someone who has neglected moral
    • Devachan. Thus each plane has its own specific form of perception. But
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIII: Oriental and Christian Training
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    • that you can be a good man and come to a form of the higher life without
    • for outer forms. The further a European has got away from religious
    • and no-one may touch them, but anyone is free to form his own opinion
    • in his opinions by conforming to a strict ritual.
    • been imposed on people, and the consequence is that formlessness has
    • all observances that could draw human beings together; every form that
    • the highest wisdom. No culture is possible without such formal observances;
    • founded with no forms or accepted customs. Clearly a colony such as
    • its inner character. Modern civilisation must recover the forms it has
    • formal customs. The ancient sages knew this, and hence they held firmly
    • to the nineteenth century a good deal of information about occult
    • carbon to form carbon dioxide, and then deposit the carbon again in
    • and a more transparent form of carbon. Hence we need not think that
    • found the Philosopher's Stone and he will transform his own body into
    • derive from sense-impressions. We have to form them for ourselves —
    • a transformation of the soul. In a certain sense you become clairvoyant
    • giving it the ground on which it can lead a higher form of life, and
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIV: Rosicrucian Training - The Interior of the Earth - Earthquakes and Volcanoes
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    • then needed a different form of training. Among the Initiates it was
    • form of instruction had to be created for those who felt within themselves
    • two forms of self-knowledge — the lower form, called by the
    • overcome the lower self, and the higher form of self-knowledge which is
    • What is the lower form of
    • and it, too, is related to the lower form of self-knowledge.
    • we come to form strictly logical thoughts ourselves. This kind of study,
    • saffron: in form and colour it is a symbol of mourning. Another flower,
    • stages and his various members have been formed in the course of evolution.
    • existence on the Sun, even in a preliminary form. The liver is an instance
    • oneself into, the Macrocosm. This is the same form of spiritual
    • life; it must be overcome. This form of training is particularly well
    • converted into pleasure, and vice versa. The original form of a feeling
    • or the “Form-Earth”. It produces in the material realm the
    • pictures of physical things. In the “Form-Earth” a cube
    • The form is as it were changed into its opposite; all its qualities
    • the forms of the layers above it.
    • thus implies a transformation of the Earth's interior. In the
    • developments in check. In the end, when human powers have transformed
    • Man transforms his
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    • you in forming your outlook upon Nature. I hope that in no very
    • already undergoing transformation, and there are signs which we may
    • several creatures and phenomena he may form concepts of species, kind
    • transition of one phenomenon into another, or of one form of
    • tries to form ideas about the so-called causes that are supposed to
    • relation of natural phenomena to those mathematical formulations
    • the study of natural phenomena in terms of mathematical formulae
    • correct is altogether different from the way we contemplate and form
    • rather less. Thus, what we have to say concerning geometrical form is
    • outer drawing; I could simply have instructed you in thought to form
    • Forces, you have a clear and sharp formulation of the essential
    • Nature, which, in the form in which they first present themselves,
    • faster in each successive second, the former mass will have exerted a
    • we may formulate it. We look for centres which we then investigate as
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    • are able to gain simply from our own life of thought. We form our
    • can be counted, or which is spatial and kinematical in form and
    • thought. We derive mathematical formulae concerning all that can be
    • counted and computed or that is spatial in form and movement, and it
    • down a certain formula, putting it forward today simply as a
    • simply adduce the essential elements to bring the formula before your
    • onward not with uniform speed but more and more quickly. The velocity
    • us above all is this: — (I am reminding you of a formula which
    • side of this formula. You see in it the mass. You see from the
    • movement. To that extent, the formula is phoronomical. When I write
    • something: you thus acquaint yourself with the simplest form of
    • to blot it out. Thus when we write down the formula
    • buoyancy and is thus formulated: — Immersed in a liquid, every
    • at an angle to form a wedge. This hollow prism is then filled with
    • deflected from its path. It now forms a circle away up there, but if
    • the prismatically formed body of water, — neglecting, as we can
    • screen and there forming its picture of light (
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    • spatially formal, and kinematical. Called on to try and think in
    • was uniform white he saw nothing of the kind. Goethe was roused. He
    • They then overlap in the middle and form what we call a continuous
    • spectrum, while with the larger circle the colours formed at the
    • wide space within which such pictures could be formed. But as you
    • former instance but in cross-section as I am now drawing it (
    • have formed such a habit of drawing lines into the light, and from
    • The eye, they say, having received information by this ray of light,
    • IIIf). The human eye, as you know, is in form like a kind of
    • from within outward but by the forming of new cells from the
    • surrounding and more peripheral cells. I must conceive the forming of
    • humour in the anterior part of the eye, are formed from neighbouring
    • transformation whereby the aqueous humour and the lens originate. To
    • the eye, formations whose development is stimulated from without, and
    • as we have seen, they are quite different. The lens is formed more
    • longer see the colours. You are no doubt seeing a uniform grey. So we
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    • now they line up in formation. I have then dismembered the white
    • should not hit the former and drive them from their course, is
    • in the form of bright, luminous lines. From this you see that
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    • forming of ideas. There is another fundamental idea which you will
    • formula for a velocity, say v. A velocity is expressed, as
    • formula:
    • also have the phenomenon of colour in the form of a coloured surface.
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    • only thing we can legitimately do is to form our ideas and concepts
    • showing, — e.g. the forming of the spectrum. The explanation is
    • the form of light among the electro-magnetic effects. They think it
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    • we need, forming a circle as it were, — then to move forward
    • phenomena as we can before we try to theorize. We want to form a
    • the white. You then see green where you formerly saw red, though
    • differentiated form so that we may be able to perceive —
    • in the manifoldly formed and differentiated outer air. It is no
    • explained just now. In their whole form and structure, eye and ear
    • warmth or heat is simply the work transformed. Transformed, if you
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    • movements. These forms of movement are naturally conveyed to the
    • to the phenomena of Nature spiritual forms of thought such as we
    • spatial and temporal, kinematical and arithmetical forms, in place
    • his department) therefore transforms the waves into subjective
    • experiences, — transforms the vibrations of the vibrating
    • forms the inner end of this canal. Behind the drum are the minute
    • imagine the sound penetrating here in the form of air-waves and
    • falciform process, (blood-bearing organs, continued into the eye in
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    • interaction which can find expression in the form of an electric
    • especially this so-called transformation of Nature's forces on
    • has actually been transformed into the warmth. Again, they
    • warmth is actually transformed into the mechanical work that
    • “electricity” — notably in the form of current
    • through the wires, appears in the form in which you see it here
    • they thought of light for instance being propagated in the form of
    • modified form, therefore, of electricity — has the same
    • ... From the cathode rays he produced a modified form of rays, now
    • degree — bodies that should especially transform the rays
    • into some other form, e.g. into fluorescent rays. In pursuit of
    • magnet, so that it takes this form (
    • spiritual way to understand the formula, v = s/t. We said
    • described in former lectures. The same cannot be said so simply of
    • to the more penetrating form of Science which we are here at least
    • Wherever in the formulae of Physics we write m for
    • idea-forming, conscious life into our life of Will. All that is
    • Formerly, he says, we tried to imagine in all kinds of ways, how
    • space and having properties like those we formerly attributed to
    • former ones as is the Will in us to the life of Thought. This is
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    • of matter itself in its old form. Out of the old ways of thinking,
    • matter” — as a form of matter neither solid, liquid or
    • inner activity to receive the world of colour into his forming of
    • flowing electricity has become manifest to some extent, as a form
    • surfaces and bodily forms in space. But the phenomena in these
    • quadrilateral etc., — the way of thinking all these forms in
    • Euclidean geometry and all the formulae thereof?
    • calculating, or drawing it geometrically, or analyzing the forms of
    • arithmetical and kinematical ideas. The former we derive from our
    • little, my dear Friends, as the idea-forming faculty which you
    • which projected itself forward into the dream. The idea-forming
    • and kinematical thought-forms, is in point of fact a dreaming about
    • your thinking, with your forming of ideas, no longer fully
    • a former lecture — means that he enters into the sound or
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    • in formulating a view about the relationship of natural science
    • give any information about even the simplest phenomena of
    • result. If in trying to inform ourselves about such matters we
    • order to inform ourselves about the questions we are
    • body in everyday life, which is more or less its outward form,
    • body reveal itself beyond its outward form, and that from the
    • the whole spirit in the same way that our outward form, our
    • ourselves with this information, we are blocking our own
    • second function consists in the human being forming his
    • real exercise of self- observation if we do it. It is a form of
    • the purpose, to formulate ideas whose sequence is
    • expected, having formed a judgment according to the standards
    • our soul experiences just as our ideas which we formulate about
    • spirit is touched in this way by the real form, the real
    • then that he is able to formulate a true idea, a true concept,
    • on normal human consciousness by the visible form and
    • and are only then in a position to formulate a correct view of
    • organically, where it performs its transformation of spirit,
    • regions are discovered in which the ego performs its
    • transformation of spirit, just as the physical kingdoms are
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    • unknown heights, that is well suited to provide information
    • world. This will then form the basis for what I have to say
    • ideas and images we form through contact with the sense world
    • formulate ideas about what he has
    • formulate ideas about things, beings and processes in the sense
    • form. Therefore we do not establish a relationship with our
    • transformed in the soul. We dream, for example, of a red hot
    • dreamless sleep; the soul simply transforms the
    • from dreams, nevertheless in its form, experience, its
    • self, the same self, but in another form, the true ego
    • from ordinary life, or which are transformed sense or bodily
    • transformed. They see that what normally happens in dreams is
    • transformation of the world of dreams that the scientist of
    • body. If the body is formed abnormally, he cannot form a
    • he experiences in dreams, he is not in a position to transform
    • according to formulas of the scientific method. I would like to
    • informing him that a medium has said that something
    • therefore quite possible to glean information from the book
    • up in a refined form into the consciousness enabling a person
    • If we wish to form a bridge between someone who is here
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    • The theory of heat, so-called, has taken a form during the
    • Indeed, the subjective experience of heat is not uniform and it is
    • This was the information given at the last meeting of the Berlin
    • form as does the condition which gives rise to light. Our eye is
    • distant form the first they are concentrated and focused so that an
    • surface the effort I put forth, the pressure or work, is transformed
    • transformed into motion of the ultimate particles. This is a convenient
    • motion and we have merely transformation of observable motion into
    • For you see, when I carry out a certain transformation period, I say
    • that work is performed, heat produced and from this heat, work can
    • reversal of the process that goes on in the plant from the formation
    • of roots, through the flower and fruit formation. The process takes
    • Suppose you were able to set down a formula for the growth of a plant.
    • It would be very complicated, but assume that you have such a formula.
    • former states — to an eclipse of the moon at the time of Thales,
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    • formula may be changed as follows: let us assume now that we are to
    • This gives the formula for the expansion of the surface. If now, you
    • When you look at this formula I will ask you please to note the
    • these last two terms of the formula for expansion. Observe that when
    • formula containing the third power of the temperature. It is extremely
    • these are very small fractions and can simply be dropped out. The average physics text says: we simply drop these last terms of the expansion formula and write
    • In this fashion is expressed the formula for the expansion of a solid
    • informative theory of heat is stricken out. This will appear as we
    • experiments that cannot be performed here, we investigate
    • expansion values found in the case of solids are transformed into a
    • ancient Greeks. And at this time was formed that great chasm between
    • again. Thus the ice that is formed from water — and we will speak
    • importance in the household of nature. Now the manner of forming a
    • which formerly received a cosmic explanation. Since man no longer
    • from solid to liquid, from liquid to gas. Formerly such a change was
    • He wishes to explain everything by a few formulae, a few abstract
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    • called today, solid, fluid, and gaseous bodies may be transformed one
    • the heat does not show itself in the form of an increase in
    • and the liquid formed from the solid begins to take up the heat. Let
    • consider solids, which form our starting point, you know that they
    • hold their shape of themselves, whatever form is given them they
    • and it takes the form of the vessel, forming a horizontal upper
    • point would disappear form his space realm. What kind of a geometry
    • lines in two directions so as to form a system of axes, thus giving as in
    • Formally speaking, I may say that I can draw this on the space line.
    • formula. This formula was written:
    • space. Consider now how this gives our formula a very special aspect.
    • formula. There is such a possibility in purely mathematical formulae.
    • consider time as the fourth dimension. Thus, in the Einstein formulae,
    • To these phenomena I would ask you now to add what I have formerly
    • keep its form,
    • It always forms a flat
    • This completely closed vessel gives it its form.
    • Thus, in the case of a gas, I have a form only when I shut it in a
    • vessel closed on all sides. The solid body possesses a form simply by
    • virtue of the fact that it is a solid body. It has a form of itself,
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    • ourselves mentally the nature of form in solid bodies, fluids and
    • produce in the first vessel another vapor whose formation you can
    • We can express this in the form of an equation where the volume
    • temperature, it has simply stricken them out of the expansion formulae
    • I mentioned to you in former lectures.
    • say, “We cannot form a judgment on the matter, but those who have
    • transformed into mechanical phenomena. This process you see in the
    • transformed back again into heat since the mechanical processes, as it
    • and heat processes may be mutually transformed into each other.
    • that the motion of the locomotive is simply the transformed heat from
    • transformation of heat into an effect which can only take place
    • the transformation of heat into mechanical effects. Then I can say,
    • simple transformation of heat into work I am guilty of the same
    • superficiality as when I consider transformation of heat into a piece
    • occurs, does it take conscious form.
    • working over of light and sound phenomena as residues in the form of
    • natural phenomena in the form of electricity and as inner phenomena in
    • the form of will.
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    • element in order to get them into abstract form, if they are to be
    • things over into picture form, as I have done to some extent in the
    • the abstract form. The reason for this is that when we think
    • facts. That is, as a human being, I belong to relations that form
    • experiences in this region, since a person must so transform himself
    • will astonish you. It will be much easier than it formerly was for you
    • to take on form if its own pressure were opposed by an equal and
    • the body can solidify, it can give itself a form
    • externally to form. We are experiencing the dissolution of form and
    • solid pictures for us the establishment of form. We experience the
    • only on the bottom and sides. On the upper side, the liquid forms its
    • the earth. Thus we can say that we have here a transition form between
    • surface. In a liquid such as water, we have one surface formed. In the
    • up the role of forming a surface on the liquid.
    • earth. It does not form surfaces. It partakes of everything which is
    • it determines its own form and relations, to something which includes
    • connection with the earth as shown by the formation of a liquid
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    • any bodies making an alloy, that is, mixing without forming a chemical
    • condition in order to form an alloy. They will mix without combining
    • indefinite form, but in very definite shapes that we call crystals. We
    • solids occur in very definite shapes or crystal forms. This naturally
    • leads us to turn our attention to these forms, and to try to puzzle
    • crystal formation? In order to gain some insight into these matters,
    • When we have a fluid and cool it so that it solidifies, if forms
    • produce crystal form which must be present and active to a certain
    • nothing to do with the building of crystal form. For gravity affects
    • all crystals. No matter what form an object may have, it is subject to
    • We can say, whatever form a solid may have, it falls along a line
    • hinder this, the liquid surface is formed. The forces are really
    • there, and the presence of the liquid causes the surface to form.
    • thinking. I have said formerly: the liquid surface is to be thought of
    • surface formed under the pressure of a system of falling bodies, then
    • conditions under which it forms a liquid surface are only relative. It
    • in pictures form and its manifestation in fluids and solids.
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    • transformations and movements of energy and of its separation into
    • the study of the movements and transformations of energy (force) and
    • form and be analyzed within these categories.” (View of the
    • of energy is formed and it is said: all that meets us from without,
    • physically, is only a transformation of this energy concept. That is
    • most elementary experimental way what is called the transformation of
    • possession of form. The solids do not show form-building forces as
    • place. Solids have a form of themselves. Liquids must be enclosed in a
    • vessel, and in order to form a liquid surface, as they do everywhere,
    • their own form. If now we bring to bear the method by which ordinary
    • the formation of the liquid surface, then we must do it in the
    • that at the moment of evaporation the formation of liquid surface
    • ceases. Gas does not form a surface. If we wish to give form to a gas,
    • find that the surface formation ceases. We see dissipated this last
    • remainder of the earth-induced tendency to surface formation as shown
    • way taken up gravity for their form-building. But consider the
    • gravity. Working on the liquid it forms a surface.
    • formulae involving gravity and sets a negative sign in front of the
    • formulae as they are given may be looked upon as representing a
    • formerly represented gravity. And we realize from this that we must
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    • the bell goes down again and we have performed mechanical work,
    • produced here has transformed itself into work, let us determine
    • whether this heat has been entirely transformed into the up and down
    • complete transformation the condensation water would not show any rise
    • that it is not possible to get back as mechanical work in the form of
    • supposed that every form of so-called energy — heat energy,
    • mechanical energy, and the experiment may be made with other forms
    • transformation and consider only the fact. Now, the modern physicist
    • of energy, let us say of a certain form, and another energy appears,
    • then this must be considered as transformation of the energy already
    • appear except as a transformation product. Eduard von Hartmann, who,
    • as I have said, expressed current physical views in the form of
    • closed, we have one form of energy changing over to another form. In
    • this transformation however, it is apparent that a certain law
    • transform completely all the heat energy into its mechanical
    • equivalent. If this were possible the reverse transformation of
    • transformed into another. This law is stated, again by Eduard von
    • transformation could exist, this would be a perpetuum mobile of the
    • this change of heat into other forms of energy or vice-versa was
    • that it was possible to transform one type of energy into another. The
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    • The fact that we have spoken of the transformation of energy and force
    • transformations. To aid in this, I wish to perform another experiment
    • perform work through the use of another type of energy than the one
    • that is immediately evident in the work performed. We will, as it
    • yesterday when we turned a wheel, put it in motion and thus performed
    • or other exists in the running water is transformed into the
    • trough in order to permit it to form a liquid surface as it did in
    • previous experiments. What we show is really this, that by forming a
    • wherever we deal with what is called energy transformation, we have to
    • really behind the phenomenon of energy transformation, this we will
    • manifesting as form. We then pass through the intermediate
    • state of the fluid showing form only to the extent of making
    • where the property corresponding to form manifests itself as
    • Solids — Form 
    • a circumscribed for; in gas a changing form, so to speak, in
    • What then, comes about in the realm of solids? In this realm forms
    • appear, definite forms. Forms circumscribed within themselves. These
    • circumscribed forms are in a relative sense pictures of what is really
    • have bodies everywhere, everywhere forms. These forms are conditioned
    • few days. Forms come into being, mutually inter-related.
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    • what we have formerly brought about by expansion. And indeed, in this
    • light we would get a spectrum. We do not form a spectrum in this
    • second body will become warmer than it formerly was. In modern physics
    • again been impossible to get ice in the form we need it. At a more
    • ways. In one form, the bodies through which it spreads are profoundly
    • influenced, and in the other form it is a matter of indifference what
    • Now we will perform also an experiment to show how the different
    • metals we have here in the form of rods behave in respect to what we
    • This experiment is shown to you in order to help form the general view
    • that takes on form. We have the fluids as an intermediate stage and
    • whole of nature find anything not included in the form categories we
    • the other when we follow form through the solid realm into the
    • sub-solid where we saw the polarization figures as the effect of form
    • on form. The tourmaline crystals show us now a bright field, now a
    • dark one. By the mutual effect of one form on another there appear
    • He has form. He is also formed within. When we
    • examine his form among other formed bodies we are obliged to give him
    • understanding of the human form from what you can see in either
    • consciousness. We have a corporeality, but this form is not given in
    • consciousness in the place of form?
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    • phosphorescence. From the previous course you know that this is a form
    • thus we obtain a spectrum formed from the circular one, as I have
    • to the forces of form. This too is a formative activity. The circular
    • form is made over into the straight-line form. It is a form that we
    • form.
    • When form itself becomes fluid, when we have a changing form in a
    • gaseous body, that is a development from form as a definite thing. And
    • matter itself informs us what happens to it when it becomes more and
    • form; namely this, that dematerialization works down into heat from
    • the particles are hard, non-elastic bodies. This has given form to the
    • human organism to be inserted into the form relationships of the
    • form. I change her form continually. What makes it possible that I am
    • in relation to the other things of the earth, and that I can form
    • in the heat medium and is thus continually enabled to transform
    • If the physicist expresses by formulae certain processes, and he has
    • in these formulae forces, in the case where these forces are given the
    • such formulae leads us into the realm of heat and light. Heat is only
    • the flask in the experiment resulting from the transformation of heat.
    • cannot be transformed into work.” (We have seen that there is
    • general it is said that every energy is transformable into another,
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    • this form of expression because it is not a reflection of the facts,
    • that in my former course. What we meet in reality is not light rays,
    • gases or aeriform bodies. We may therefore suspect that where we have
    • being uniform from left to right was non-uniform, then the formula
    • would have to apply to the inner lack of uniformity. If the
    • formula is applicable to the process. I can say
    • temperature within the body. The following formula expresses the
    • means of our formula. How must we represent qualitatively the relation
    • point. This point is that when we use formulae we cannot handle the
    • the formulae to express the relations within a field of actual
    • use formulae, set down as positive what represents heat and as
    • for them at all. Physics does not give us a definite formulation of
    • formulate in an orderly manner what happens in the realm of chemical
    • things of the earth have arisen by a transformation out of the
    • comprehensive formulation of what is present in the realms of heat,
    • the opening up of the spectrum. This cannot be formulated in a manner
    • Something real is at the basis of the formula for W. Let us speak of
    • change the positive signs of the heat formula to negative ones, and
    • here we speak of the chemical ether. Where our formulae involve
    • be possible to set up a completely formulated expression. The fact
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    • movement of the gaseous or aeriform body. And now comes up an
    • Formerly we knew these realms only as various types of manifested form.
    • self-determination. A human form would never arise except for the
    • of the earth back to a former physical condition, when the solid was
    • solidification (as it solidifies now in the horn formation in cattle,
    • heat in former ages as quite different from the heat you know now.
    • still different type will be valid. Our modern physics must conform
    • laws to former ages and infer the nature of earth evolution from what
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    • It is indeed obvious that what we have sought for in the former course
    • The gaseous or aeriform world, denoted by X′
    • gaseous or aeriform bodies. When I say “chemical effect” you
    • gaseous or aeriform matter. This leads us to something further. It
    • fluids. You see the forces of form stretched out over the whole
    • of form get hold of the interpenetrating chemical effect. When we
    • itself to us outwardly as such in only one particular form, namely in
    • working formatively into chemical effects, what starts from the
    • periphery into the world and the material of the gas, the aeriform
    • attribute the form of solids to earth forces. The extent to which
    • liquid we have to deal with the formative forces of solids. In these
    • formative forces which delimit solids we are dealing with a single
    • The many single bodies together form a single form like the fluid
    • conditions? For we have passed beyond the formed, beyond what is
    • filled spaces, a suction-like action is going on while the formative
    • things as they were thought of by the intuitive knowledge of former
    • represent a terrestrial process or perform calculations on it, we are
    • is transformed. The suction effect is transformed into a pressure
    • force that gives form.
    • body. But the thing we must strive for is not to form abstract
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    • as regards the younger. To speak of blame would be to use a form of
    • philistine forms of thought. We shall not speak of blame, neither
    • induced me to form a picture and to say why a new social structure,
    • the former generation and had become old. First they discarded the
    • we shall find this great difference. The forms of the thoughts have
    • epoch need not necessarily appeal to you. And although in one form or
    • for social reforms, the more is it a symptom of the fact that men
    • what is truly social, they cry out for social reform. A hungry animal
    • thought to thought in strict conformity with the correct methods that
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    • imagination cast an eye over the higher forms of culture in recent
    • have been trying to find forms of expression — for as there are
    • forms of expression for the life of thought, so too for the life of
    • anything real in this domain. Nonetheless conclusions are formed. The
    • which one hears about other kinds of education or educational reform.
    • inform himself about it accurately. A calculation is made and it is
    • its first form it was experienced with the remains of old inherited
    • lies at the root of a striving in many different forms during the
    • is really a human being.” Dimly it was realized that this form
    • super-earthly. This is indeed the deepest quest, in whatever forms it
    • This need not again be clothed in intellectualistic forms. Truly it
    • can be sought in concrete forms, indeed it must be sought in such
    • forms. Most certainly it cannot be sought in intellectualistic forms.
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    • external, visible forms of culture when he is awake, but only in
    • Divine-spiritual powers have been performing deeds within me between
    • things have been perceived in the form in which they can permanently
    • something real was there. Today everything is logical and formal.
    • Everything is assimilated by means of the head, formally and
    • united in the world of full consciousness. Formerly this union was
    • have materialistic form. That is the difference between what is
    • to equip me in this life by having preserved my stomach from a former
    • Beauty and so on — all in the most abstract form. Whatever you
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    • only form in which the light that pointed towards the future came to
    • complete development of intellectualism, for in the form in which
    • were convinced that immediate life, in its elementary form, cannot
    • external inducement to forsake his former idealism and steer towards
    • century, yet it was already there earlier, in a form that made itself
    • had been the inner fuel of the spiritual life in the former age, the
    • that he can find Spirit in intellectualism, which is merely the form
    • of the Spirit in the same way as the human corpse is the form of a
    • Spirit as a dead corpse to the man who has died. The form is still
    • its form — as indeed Egyptian mummies show — so too can
    • in the world, just as one can still marvel at the human form in the
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    • facts formerly justified had ceased to be so.
    • indicating an earlier form of life, so in fossilized moral ideas we
    • find forms pointing back to the once living, God-given moral ideas.
    • which people were expected merely to believe, whereas formerly they
    • longer given in the form of the old impulses. Intuitions must be
    • that when we look at a corpse we know that it cannot have its form
    • human being. It would be foolish to speak about the human form as if
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    • body has been lost to man's sight. Form an idea of how utterly
    • whole world. You know that in former days this fundamental feeling
    • There is quite a short formula for the indication. We can say: All
    • this way of expressing the formula is an intimation that no answer is
    • a formula we only know that we are not given out of the universe
    • points to what has not been learnt from formulae, but from that book
    • not just in this form. Certainly, of former times too one could say
    • obedience to duty; only the cold statement: “I must perform my
    • down from former times out of old moral impulses, there stands the
    • what he had to perform in the service of mankind was permeated by
    • as a member of the older generation, this confidence is transformed
    • humanity in which what weaves even in a more neutralized form from
    • we see how through actual life, morality is transformed back into
    • once there. A youth movement in whatever form, if it considers life
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    • platform and when he left it he was no longer the same person. He
    • difficult to give ancient thoughts in a suitable form considering we
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    • forsaken by revealed thought. In those who had lived their former
    • rightly so — they gleaned the least information.
    • its passive form. This, however, is only head-thinking in which the
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    • all we must ask many of our questions in a new way, in a form that
    • information about external things. Naturally even at the age of nine
    • matters where a judgment formed by active thinking is necessary,
    • present form with a justified right of existence. Why could there
    • beings have not yet developed an active enough thinking to formulate
    • knowledge in the form of truth. In earlier times it was said: Before
    • cannot be solved as formerly when human beings confronted each other
    • age at which the human being can receive knowledge in the form of
    • connected with the physical body. They cannot form the slightest
    • body, the body of formative forces.
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    • show how we must come to an education, steeped in artistic form. I
    • transformation can still be noticed at the beginning of the twenties
    • whereas formerly, the older he became the more did the spiritual
    • Activity an exposition on the art of forming concepts, a description
    • through inner necessity to its present form. What is a G, K, or U to
    • stir. It is not formulated in concepts. But in the life of feeling,
    • heart of the growing human being. This question takes different forms
    • in different people. But a question arises which put in the form of a
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    • a connection with Nature formed between her and his head. Everything
    • all Fichte was able to say from the platform. It may seem grotesque,
    • give science an artistic form through the way it is presented, but
    • tendency to feel the outer human form in its earthly shape; from his
    • form. Concepts have form, that is to say, external limits. But human
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    • poetical language no longer suitable for today, former ages foretold
    • what in this century has come for the whole of humanity. Former ages
    • must not merely translate into our language what was formerly
    • impossible to the Greek to form the head of Pallas Athene without
    • even then was directed to man's external form, to his external
    • a dull, repressed form between the seventh and fourteenth years. They
    • being more in a form of light. Man had the faculty of perceiving this
    • form of light because atavistic clairvoyance was still present.
    • spirit by the time mummification was practised. Formerly men would
    • unsheathed. It is a kind of terror. In the form of a picture, one
    • form a clear mental picture on reading the writings of Bacon of
    • be tied down in formal concepts, nor is it anything we come to by
    • incident on a troupe of actors. — A play had been performed for
    • that we have performed this for the fiftieth time, the prompter's
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    • by using a half pictorial form to convey what I still wish to say to
    • what is in the earth begins to be transformed into the new life, into
    • transformation of living beings, about the human soul, or even in the
    • formerly possible to escape the immediate influence of the dragon.
    • than formerly into the soul, will there come forces for the
    • hearts and then to transform what you carry in your hearts into
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    • Flooding Colour and the Formative Forces of the
    • a fine nebulous formation. It is characteristic of it that it is
    • forms out of water, so does the physical body fashion itself out of
    • can accurately follow the direction of these five currents. They form
    • condition. At that time man did not yet exist in his present form;
    • body bore most decidedly the form of the pentagram. Later, however,
    • transformed itself into earth, and to the three bodies of man already
    • formed, the ego was added.
    • will have been completed, when man will have transformed his whole
    • world of space, its development and continuing formation effected by
    • will transform itself into other planets. Today it is dark. Were one
    • then have transformed their whole astral bodies. The totality of
    • configurations, which he calls his ideal. He forms moral concepts.
    • All these are transformations of his astral body. The savage cannot
    • develops as man gradually ennobles his present imperfect form to
    • into a definite line pattern. All kinds of figures will form
    • matter formed itself into a solar system, into a planetary system.
    • time. The earth transformed itself out of this fiery-fluid condition
    • continent that today forms the floor of the Atlantic Ocean.
    • another, it was not the outline of his form that was perceived.
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    • The Symbolism of Certain Animal Forms and Their
    • upward, the columns with a definite form, etc. It would be quite
    • such forms produce quite definite effects; they occur in the
    • knows how much depends upon the world of forms in which a man
    • becomes a force in him. In accordance with it, he forms himself.
    • forms. Centuries go by. What the soul has absorbed through its
    • contemplation of building forms appears in the mood of his soul.
    • the forms of these buildings into their souls show the expression of
    • human shape forms itself through such impressions. What was built
    • meant to become. Hence it is that at a definite time, they form
    • external building styles, outer art forms, on a large scale. So it is
    • rises, how clouds form, and rain falls, then you have in miniature
    • changed. Formerly then, a country covered with thick mist masses had
    • the simple example given of the effects of architectural forms on the
    • impressions, new impressions, and form its body correspondingly, for
    • in accordance with what you think and feel is your body formed. What
    • kind of form had the soul to experience when it escaped from the
    • a form of definite length, breadth, and depth. As a matter of fact,
    • this form was given to him so that the body could form itself
    • human beings gradually transform themselves since, as a matter of
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    • occurs when a being that has many organs so forms itself that nothing
    • hidden in germinal form. It was, as it were, like a sun buried in the
    • were not there previously. When, for example, you form a thought
    • the soul, indeed, even work later on forming the body. Whatever a
    • took outer form, what at first existed as new creations in his soul,
    • and be given form. Do you know why clouds and stars appear to us
    • development in time through the two forms, involution and evolution.
    • evolution) to form a triad. This is a union of the Divine with the
    • for example, form a plant from out of his own thinking. To be able to
    • formula that expresses how Oneness can be divided and the parts so
    • eine okkulte Formel, welche ausdrücken soll, wie man die
    • Formel die ganze Welt in ihrer erscheinenden Zerstreuung, Sie
    • Erscheinung. So haben wir also eine Formel gefunden, die das
    • mitzuteilen sich bemüht. Und diese Formel ist
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    • its present form, the lion appeared. The same forces formed both. It
    • withdraw the essence of the heart and form a being from it that
    • corresponds to this heart — that is, a being formed in such a
    • future they will no longer form part of the human body. There are
    • others that will transform themselves. An example is the larynx,
    • times to come it will be transformed into a spiritualized organ of
    • Then men will no longer have the physical forms they have today; they
    • will have progressed to the form that existed on Saturn, to fire
    • physical transformations, but spiritual and astral transformations as
    • ceased to exist in their present forms. What is now outside in the
    • he will again have taken into himself, and his form will become
    • identical with the world's form. In a rather trivial theosophical
    • in the form of the cosmos instead of the human form. This you can see
    • of a man may be formed from it, and the forces that today are with
    • achieved the highest spirituality, takes on the form of Michael
    • evolution there are the same conditions and transformations. We have
    • so that it congeals in the most manifold forms into ice. This will
    • development, these counter-dimensions first form themselves in a
    • describe a form with which men will one day identify themselves. At
    • upwards, but from above downwards. The transformed larynx will become
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    • form of clairvoyant vision of the world pervaded by full, clear
    • able to apply the old forms of wisdom in seeking for intimate and
    • forms of knowledge. We will think, first, of the knowledge possessed
    • stars, and it was this star-wisdom that formed the essential content
    • What form did these preparations take? These preparations for
    • mathematical forms that the pupil of the ancient Mysteries was led.
    • bodily ears. Our experiences then were a priori — a form of cognition
    • living in the form of existence in which it will live consciously
    • eyes and ears, is the externalised form of the inner knowledge once
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    • which man experiences here as sensible reality is transformed to a
    • away from them when their soul-life is, as it were, transformed to a
    • this, they must undergo transformation.” But human beings today
    • impulses which existed in ancient Greece in a somewhat different form,
    • certainly another form than they had in ancient Greece. In the East
    • organize it and give it form.
    • came down in very ancient times who brought a form of civilization to
    • life, was transformed into Greek logic and dialectic, into the wisdom
    • about a transformation of our life, but it was merely the expression
    • way, but very much changed, transformed after having passed through
    • in the form it has assumed at the present day. It is the sterility of
    • Christianity, which spread in the West on Roman lines, took on a form
    • can assume a form of beauty, but we must confess that even that
    • I was recently informed of something which is significant in historic
    • necessary because people can inform themselves concerning the
    • Roman Catholics, therefore, are officially bound to seek information
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    • ideas, formed entirely according to materialistic, physical laws. He
    • Spiritual Science: “What forms of thought speak to us from the
    • myself: “Of what kind are the thought-forms of these men on whom
    • normal course of evolution in Europe were such thought-forms
    • wars, and the way in which such modern personalities form their
    • transformed into something Luciferic. For that which ought to have
    • them with his power, that they are able to transform their old
    • formerly stood. But it is required of men that they shall become the
    • present day to transform what was justifiable among the Jewish people
    • objectively, in human form, so will Ahriman walk the Earth, bringing
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    • intellect, our understanding. When we think, when we form ideas, the
    • Will of course plays a certain part in the formation of the ideas, but
    • the thinking and forming of ideas by the whole Earth, after our death,
    • has nothing to do with the formation of the chain. This view contains
    • Atlantean epoch man gave himself up to a form of black magic. The
    • Lucifer was incarnated in human form. We must not conceal the fact
    • form. The fact that the Mystery of Golgotha had clothed itself in what
    • But there is also another form of preparation for Ahriman which can
    • representatives of this or that form of religious confession, who are
    • his greatest interest that man should cherish more and more a form of
    • understanding with the former has absolutely no sense and no meaning;
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    • form; what they contained was reality. We may say: The Ego of
    • logical dialectic dilution of a former atavistic clairvoyance, is no
    • him to receive something new into his Ego. But that which has formed
    • of Cosmic New Year's Day. The future stands before us as a formidable
    • mankind, in the form of a spiritual revelation, is striving more and
    • of Anthroposophical Spiritual Science. In the Shepherd-Play, performed
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    • wonderful world of plastic forms, so the German, more concentrated
    • to rise again in the new form. But no one was willing to listen in the
    • the Pope forbids it. Information concerning it can be obtained from
    • then, is what they are aiming at: the formation of a race of men not
    • sphere of human capacities and forces, be it in the form of
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    • conceptions of the form of the human being, the form of his
    • much a part of human nature as colors, forms, and inorganic
    • in ancient times. Healings were performed out of a kind of
    • living being or with the simplest form of life — the cell
    • pedantically formed concepts.
    • sitting there side by side. I look at them and form certain
    • impossible to explain the formation of the fertilized germ cell
    • idealism, realism, and the like have really taken this form.
    • human brain formed by the nerve fibers and nerve cells.
    • of the human brain is not an isolated formation. Through
    • the breathing processes in the structures and formations of the
    • right into the metabolism. There is no act of will performed by
    • apply a uniformly objective mode of cognition to the human
    • consisting of sharply contoured solid forms. You will probably
    • consider what is gaseous, what is aeriform in us. It is known,
    • of course, how the functions that take place in the aeriform
    • from everywhere the aeriform substances in the human organism
    • are in movement, how everything connected with the aeriform is
    • in circulation. When one region of the aeriform interacts with
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    • formed with the interworkings of the gases. Just as there is an
    • inner form, which is naturally fluctuating.
    • — and I can indicate them here only in the form of
    • transformations of substance by means of analogies, just as we
    • divested of every trace of its former condition in the outer
    • still in accordance with their external form and with their own
    • the inorganic particles of protein, let us say, are transformed
    • responsible for transformation of the protein into something
    • transformed into an etheric organization could not take place
    • were present. Angels would be able to perform this, but if they
    • two substances of which the formed, the vitally formed protein
    • observe the processes that form the connection between the
    • first formed by this very radiation, on its backward course. To
    • connected with the secretion of bile. This might form the basis
    • purest form. The coloring and so forth of the petals represents
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    • been a form of expression for the nerve-sense system. The
    • that therefore forms the nerve-sense system). This is an
    • the plastic, formative forces proceeding from the head system.
    • plastic, formative forces that proceed from the head system. We
    • can thus understand the form of the lungs by thinking of them
    • formation from the kidney-liver systems, and then the rounding
    • off of the radial formation by the forces proceeding from the
    • nerve-sense system, rounding off the forms and shaping their
    • period of human life. You will be able to form a general
    • leads to the formation of a kind of purulent blood. All other
    • we form our education artistically. Then we are working upon
    • metabolism which form because the plastic organization from the
    • human being is primary, and that formations and deformations
    • root and up to the ovary and seed-forming process we have what
    • to the present. And in the formation of the green leaves the
    • stronger form in mercury, in quicksilver itself, though it is
    • illnesses that may arise in an extremely mild form in the
    • a more potent form of what can be acquired externally from age
    • this kind we have to see the origin of tumorous formations. In
    • fact, all tumorous formations up to carcinoma are really
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    • something that this organism must utterly transform, reverse.
    • in a mild form when any food is brought into contact, let us
    • human organism? It indicates the presence of aeriform
    • conglomerate instead of forming and dissolving in the regular
    • impossible today to form any rational opinion of what are often
    • formative, rounding-off forces of the organism proceed. The
    • form of your nose, the form of your whole organism is shaped,
    • system is there to give the organism its forms, both inwardly
    • do with the life of soul; it is the shaper, the form-giver of
    • nerve activity that the organism does not use for formative
    • life to these formative principles, then we really get down to
    • some kind of divine ordinance in order to form the basis for
    • formative. All the organs are shaped from the nerve-sense
    • warmth and of touch — and try to see how the whole form
    • of the human organism is sculpturally formed by these senses,
    • whereas the forms of the special organs are shaped by other
    • something remains over from the formative force proceeding
    • image-forming activity and the like, are simply the result of
    • formative forces of the senses. Thus there is a congestion of
    • so strongly that the formative forces of the nerve-sense
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    • conceptions of the form of man, of his organs and organic functions,
    • colours, forms and inorganic forces now seem to us part and parcel of
    • times. Healings were performed out of a kind of instinct which was
    • being or with the simplest form of life — the cell — and
    • there side by side. I look at them and form certain ideas about them.
    • explain the formation of the fertilised germ-cell if we remain within
    • form. They are by no means dissimilar to the seemingly trivial
    • configurations in the human brain formed by the nerve-fibres and
    • human brain is not an isolated formation. Through Imagination we
    • expression of the breathing process in the structures and formations
    • performed by physical man which cannot be traced by Intuitive
    • he were a being consisting of solid forms. You will probably have to
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    • the transformation of the foodstuffs from the stage where they are
    • though fluctuating, inner form. A study of the aggregate conditions
    • form of ultimate conclusions — can be confirmed by an extended
    • on quite well if, to begin with, we study all the transformations of
    • its former condition in the outer world.
    • still in their external form and with their own inner laws. The human
    • transformed into organic, living albumen, when dead albumen becomes
    • transformation of the albumen into living substance after the chyle
    • The raising and transformation of the chyle into an etheric
    • latter case in a less solid form) and ‘fixes’ the
    • physical organ itself is first formed by this very radiation, on its
    • secretion of gall. This might form the basis for an exceedingly
    • purest form. The colouring and so forth of the petals represents
    • structural formations which follow one another in two consecutive
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    • the limb-formations because the functional processes that arise as a
    • to this period of life has been, essentially, a form of expression of
    • kidneys and liver, and they are met by the plastic, formative forces
    • everywhere thwarted by the plastic, formative forces which proceed
    • from the head. We can thus understand the form of the lungs by
    • round off the forms and give them their surfaces. Both components
    • form a general conception of pathological phenomena during the first
    • the formation of a kind of purulent blood. All other children's
    • connected with metabolic deposits which form because the plastic
    • human being are the primary factors, and that formations and
    • deformations must be regarded as proceeding from these functional
    • seed-forming process we have that which is old in the plant,
    • in the formation of the green leaves there is a working together of
    • meet in a stronger form in quicksilver itself. The fact that mercury
    • extremely mild form in the second period of life, from the seventh to
    • arise in earlier life in quite another form express themselves as
    • formative forces that work here in the ear by virtue of the ear's
    • origin of tumours and similar formations. All tumour formations,
    • up to carcinoma, are really misplaced attempts at the formation of
    • misplaced attempt at the formation of a sense-organ, you will find
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    • proceed to form more general conceptions in special cases of illness
    • transformation of the foodstuff up to the point where it is received
    • organism has utterly to transform. Fundamentally speaking, all
    • form when any foodstuff is brought into touch, let us say, with the
    • corpuscles, we know that iron in some form or other must be
    • the human organism? It indicates the presence of aeriform
    • formations which have been brought about by the astral organism —
    • conglomerate instead of forming and dissolving in the regular way.
    • impossible to-day to form any rational opinion of functional
    • The nervous system is primarily that from which the formative,
    • rounding-off forces of the organism go out. The form of the nose, the
    • form of the whole organism is shaped, fundamentally, by the
    • give the organism its forms, both inwardly and outwardly. To begin
    • is the moulder, the form-giver of the human organism, inwardly and
    • nerve-activity which the organism does not use for formative
    • childhood, and the adaptation of the soul-life to these formative
    • the result of some kind of divine ordinance to form the basis for the
    • The primary function of the system of nerves and senses is formative,
    • form-giving. The forms of all the organs are sculptured by the
    • whole form of the human organism is plastically moulded by these
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    • What I have to say to you to-day will be expressed in the form of
    • there, embodied in the forms of clouds, embodied mightily in
    • above us, all that lived in the form of Nature-spirits during winter
    • form, extremely fine dilution, that which manifests outwardly as crude
    • and surge in cloud-forms and the like, during summer's height, weave
    • intimate form. What develops up there, however, under the influence of
    • sulphur in a very diluted form. We see, as it were, man's lower
    • aspect, that which is animalised in him, arched as Nature's formation
    • he has within him in the continuity of memory his former experiences.
    • instrument and know how to handle it properly, we are able to perform
    • Look in any direction where our form of civilisation has flowered in
    • see what heavenly service iron performs in its meteoric aspect up
    • in material form. And so precisely through these words, which have
    • there takes form a cosmic Imagination; one can indeed do no other than
    • form and picture this cosmic Imagination. Just as animals have a
    • different attitude towards outer Nature, being unable to form concepts
    • or ideas of it, but only general impressions, whereas man forms
    • saturated picture form, an Imagination in which is displayed how the
    • going on there, then the soul, which takes its own form and origin
    • forth, one might say, out of the spiritual cloud-formations the figure
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    • the Jupiter period his soul forces will take on such a form as will
    • not be used to form structures in the brain but to work in the soul
    • happened at that time, a race of men is being formed who, owing to the
    • remembrance of former earth-lives.
    • possession of all mankind. What formerly appeared among certain
    • formerly a personality through what separated him from the spiritual,
    • The first possibility is to form a world-conception based upon natural
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    • Golgotha, one can point to quite other events to show that formerly
    • order from those that were there formerly. In the sixth century before
    • This is the new and important fact which we must transform into a
    • feeling. As formerly man could speak of Jahve-Michael, the Leader of
    • who was formerly the bearer of the Jehovah-mission, is now the bearer
    • you may merely theorise over these things, but that you may transform
    • concrete way — from the formation of the clouds, from the
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    • so to permeate them with his power, that they are able to transform
    • than that in which he formerly stood. But it is required of men that
    • present day to transform what was justifiable among the Jewish people
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    • his ideas about reforming the basis of society in three fundamental,
    • was first set forth in the form now being propagated
    • form of culture. After having been busily engaged for some
    • passed over into acts, into a reformation of that spiritual
    • spoke just now of, call it a revolution, or call it a reform,
    • spiritual life, in the reactionary and conservative form in
    • views as to the form this economic system ought to take,
    • for great measures of social reform. This university-made
    • evolved forms, in which the means of production have gradually
    • for social reconstruction in its true form. In the things
    • everything else in the form either of political or of spiritual
    • forms of constitution for the coming economic life of the
    • preserving forms that inwardly are dead and done with. There
    • other, (as becomes plain directly one tries to form a
    • when the old aristocratic forms of society passed over into its
    • middle-class forms, can be best described by saying, that these
    • middle-class forms of society have given rise to the modern
    • commodities circulating, the services performed by human
    • i.e. that which is performed by labour, whether the manufacture
    • into same form of international structure in which they might
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    • discussions form the basic training material given by Steiner
    • letter-forms which have arisen, the combination of these
    • various letter-forms, is all a matter determined by convention.
    • In teaching the child the present form of reading, we teach him
    • a fact, it is in the form of special translation by means of
    • of the spirit itself, a communication into this form of writing
    • feel that here the most important thing is not the forms of the
    • figures, but the reality that lives in the figure-forms. And
    • the connection between the abstract letter-forms and the images
    • imitation of what was observed. All letter-forms have arisen
    • enough merely to form these shapes before the child with our
    • written forms of the letters, then the printed forms. We build
    • when they have these peculiar forms in front of them, discover
    • notice forms such as he has become familiar with in the f of
    • fish. He will then notice other forms, next to these, which we
    • formed the sum from them. That is never the way of our original
    • susceptible to authoritative teaching in the form of art
    • that, but we show him original forms in drawing; we show him
    • self-contained form, not with whether the form imitates this or
    • that, but we try to awaken his interest in the form itself.
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    • can simply take as a formula the case of the nervous system
    • the condition of soul of the dog, is the sound formed. Another
    • try to produce a vowel by forming a sound in which a, o,
    • in spite of it, with the former object of fear. The profoundest
    • outward form of the fish. Consonants can always be traced
    • we can understand speech formation in still another way: what
    • setting “roundness” form. Thus not only for the
    • “Kohlkopf.” In German we express the form of the
    • the form of the head; he said “caput,” and thereby
    • Being whose organs form the planetary system.” If you
    • human being, this sense will deepen within you to form the
    • form of pictures, whereas what is after death is already
    • right teachers for these children because you have formerly
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture III: On the Plastically Formative Arts, Music, and Poetry
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    • beginning our work with the child with a certain artistic form
    • streams — the stream of the plastically formative and the
    • that of the plastically formative and the musically poetical,
    • formative shaping of the world, whereas all that sprang from
    • plastically formative. But they can only really be
    • of man contains a plastically formative element towards which
    • to excluding man from all the elements which should form his
    • nature with the plastically formative. In this way there
    • plastically formative, animates what is developed in the mere
    • formative, by letting the child live in the world of colour, by
    • you will gradually realize that the form of nature really
    • arms are formed on the chair, etc. — should be expressed
    • plastically formative in teaching. But just as little
    • performance, which also included demonstrations by our Dornach
    • like our performance too?” They had the real urge to
    • perform as well. It was a beautiful thing. Now at the request
    • you introduce the plastically formative element to the child in
    • element must be vivified by the plastically formative element,
    • same elementary way as we do with the plastically formative
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    • he already understands, what he can already form an opinion on,
    • for I have made him form an immediate opinion on
    • with this principle of forming opinions about everything and it
    • point, then, is not that the child should at once form an
    • particularly in the forming of his will?
    • performs his task with a certain perfection.
    • that a performance of this kind is repeated as revision in the
    • processes otherwise performed unconsciously.
    • our consciousness in relation to things is reflected in forms
    • perform it with him, my ego does it with him. My ego joins in
    • else, a form of listening. When someone tells a tale, the
    • life behind the sounds, but suppresses it. The ego performs a
    • performing Eurhythmy you are only making visible what you leave
    • fearfully sluggish, and in listening they inwardly perform at
    • beautiful interplay of these two forms of expression. The point
    • all based on a form of opinion to which I have frequently drawn
    • awaken this ego-sense in children in an egoistic form, but
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    • child a certain mastery of the round and straight-lined forms
    • which he can master straight-lined and round forms with his
    • have it in encyclopaedic form. Let us see what success we have
    • the form of an animal or plant or even an external object. This
    • forms of the Egyptian writing, which was still hieroglyphic,
    • is a quite calm joy, in transferring to letters the form of
    • letter forms so that they are seen to emerge from an image, and
    • can try some time to clothe in picture-form the essence of the
    • ee). The pictorial form of the sound ee then
    • the little d. You can derive the existing letter-forms like
    • In this way, always explaining the transition from one form to
    • but so that he discovers the real transition from the form first
    • derived from drawing to the form which the modern written
    • anticipate letters in their final forms; they take a letter in
    • its present form and do not come to the Ð’ from the
    • it was frequently insisted that a uniform sauce or gravy should
    • organize things uniformly. In the same way the attempt was made
    • to make spelling, orthography, uniform. Now people have a quite
    • annoyed by it. A uniform German orthography was to be set
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    • on people to determine an individual's gift for forming ideas,
    • a moment the rise of this experimental psychology in the form
    • abstract form of meaning in such a way that he does not, it is
    • influence the development of feeling, the formation of
    • former educators of youth, especially the teachers of more
    • great mark of progress that their former state is at last a
    • not merely consist, as it did formerly, in the teacher's
    • first form, of keeping them the next year in the second form,
    • the formation of the disposition or feeling life suffers
    • time in the second week. The human organism conforms as closely
    • been obtained which is committed to formulae in scientific
    • form. Just as, for instance, in physics, the Law of Gay-Lussac,
    • among others, is formulated, people are anxious to
    • formulate such laws in experimental education or
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    • narrative form, in the same way as I took in our training class
    • form in its external aspect. You will draw his attention to the
    • with the outward form. You will be wise to use the drawing
    • form: that the head is spherical, that it is slightly flattened
    • form.
    • conception of the formation and function of the head. Then you
    • service performed by the feet and legs, in carrying the human
    • body, and that performed by the hands and arms in
    • Thus we ought to teach the child, by evolving ideas from form,
    • its physical form artistically. And you will succeed in
    • in the water. Sum up in artistic form what you are trying to
    • complex in formation, but it is really only a transformed
    • cuttle-fish — I mean, a transformed lower animal, for the
    • as his trunk goes he is more imperfectly formed than the higher
    • even in his structure. No animal species is so perfectly formed
    • transformed so as to be able to grasp objects, so as to perform
    • perform labour, because it no longer has to carry the body. The
    • “hands.” For when, after all, animals are formed to
    • speak to the child of the things of natural history in the form
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    • history earlier than this in the form of stories; you can tell
    • in the form of stories in real historical form. And if you have
    • so that in the remodelled form he realizes the underlying
    • twelve he will not be able to master its formation
    • when you teach the child about the formation of the human eye?
    • form an image upon the back wall of the eye, etc. You must
    • formed through lenses or other instruments. For instance, you
    • twelve the application of light-refraction and image-formation
    • mind from which to form opinions. You cannot avoid saying to
    • which produces an electric discharge in the form of
    • way.” No, you must have the gift of so transforming
    • to be childish superficially, but to transform into childlike
    • telegraph apparatus is joined to the circuit in the form of an
    • will thus transform us with the marvelling child into
    • latest form, and to the fact that this will have an
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture IX: On the Teaching of Languages
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    • restrictions we can perform our task at the Waldorf School when
    • of former work and your later teaching, to avoid translation,
    • form conclusions in everyday life and then pass on to
    • this process. Start by forming with the child something which
    • transform this sentence “the grass is growing
    • is green.” Then you go on to form a sentence expressing
    • opinion. You will find it difficult to form a sentence similar
    • syntax with the children by forming sentences expressly
    • left with them of the outward form of the examples. In
    • the most economical form of teaching. Prefer to teach grammar
    • and syntax, therefore, in the form of conversation. In doing
    • facilitates in grammar and formation of sentences the constant
    • have the reading-passage retold and thoughts about it formed
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    • on the curriculum and the other on what will form the subjects of
    • shall therefore gradually evolve the written forms from the
    • drawn forms and we shall then go on to reading.
    • to imitate world-forms, as long as we derive it from drawing.
    • drawing forms with the written letters, so that the child still
    • link the written forms with the universal forms — with f
    • far-fetched as the forms of shorthand to enable him to
    • be studied in the form of practice of speaking.
    • line. That is, we evolve the actual forms in drawing, by
    • search for the relations between the forms, is only introduced
    • Here, too, the time has come when, using geometrical forms, we
    • not therefore form an opinion too early as to which children
    • the sentences which are formed during grammar lessons to
    • desired material in the form of a story, or even for him to
    • as Professor, will mount the platform and will say the first
    • At this moment you jump on to the platform and tear from its
    • and that is: you keep him from forming abstract thoughts in
    • him form concrete thoughts and go from the simple to the
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    • mineralogy in the form of description and direct observation
    • him the transformation into a map of the landscape
    • in the form of rivers and mountains, meadows and forest, etc.,
    • between the natural formation of the land and the conditions of
    • relation of human economics to natural formations. You build
    • the form of a little plaything or piece of handiwork. It will
    • the rock-formation of mountain ranges with all the uses of such
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    • indeed, which are unsocial to-day could be transformed into
    • to a knowledge of the rules of at least the simplest forms of
    • language-teaching should be applied instead of that form of
    • methods used in the Girls' High Schools, it would form quite an
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XIII: On Drawing up the Time-table
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    • appears in a reforming capacity, as with the Scouts
    • first school year, a wonderful element of that will-formation
    • we further transform the little mite's physical training into
    • the formation of the will.
    • transforming much of what the children have absorbed purely
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XIV: Moral Educative Principles and their Transition to Practice
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    • Regulations” all the material formerly contained in old
    • the form of decrees what was until recently common spiritual
    • form of object lessons simply extends a pall of weariness over
    • have to inform themselves later from reading or from other
    • in the very nature of the case this information makes you more
    • not the external physical form of man in this tree or that, but
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    • his Ego. This is a form of egoism, however refined. And to-day every
    • world oblige him to pass over into another form of existence. He
    • receives this other form of existence in that he lets himself be
    • its transformation through education, and the cosmic significance of
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    • stems from life before birth, Will from life after death. The former
    • of antipathy within us, and through it transform the pre-natal element
    • picture forms* through which you make mental pictures of outer things.
    • of sympathy and imagination has become picture form.* But when we form
    • organisation. While the nervous system is being formed in the body all
    • picture-forming and imagination works out of the human being. This is
    • and body. Now in man there is something continually being formed which
    • have perpetually within us: formation of blood — destruction of
    • blood — formation of blood — destruction of blood: through
    • seed form in what rules our will. What works unconsciously in us works
    • cosmos. Man has the form of his head by reason of the antipathy of the
    • man really bears the copy of the cosmos in him. The roundly formed
    • Thus the human bodily form expresses how a man, even in his soul
    • nature, is formed out of the cosmos, and also what he then takes from
    • easily see that there is a great difference between the formation of
    • the mental picture and the formation of will. If you work exclusively
    • and one-sidedly on the building up of the former, then you really
    • this? Imaginative pictures stem from picture-forming and sympathy.
    • antipathy, memory, concept: willing, sympathy, picture-forming,
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    • Transformation, not conservation, is true law of life.
    • the form in which the law of Julius Robert Mayer is presented, because
    • later — new matter is being formed. But as modern philosophy will
    • nature of man formerly contained many things which are not there now,
    • earth evolution the animal forms as well as the earth itself would
    • must be clear that not only the lower animal forms but also the plant
    • the same with the lower animals forms. In giving his body over to the
    • we eat what animals also eat. That is to say, we transform external
    • matter just as the animals do; but we transform it with the help of
    • the human corpse are transformed substances, something different from
    • and gives them up again to the earth process in a different form. The
    • weakened form, the nerve; this enables the eye to unite the will
    • again, only in another form.
    • form a geometry. But how, for example, does he form the conception of
    • a triangle? If one truly reflects on this matter, that man can form
    • forms a triangle, an abstract triangle — nowhere to be found in
    • being you will, at certain times, perform strange movements about
    • line which actually performs a triangular movement. Such movements are
    • These movements to which you give fixed forms in geometry — when
    • you draw geometrical figures, you perform in conjunction with the
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    • education, we must pay heed to this embryonic form of the spirit in
    • First there is, in embryonic form, what we call the Spirit-Self. We
    • death, use the singular form, “the Spirit-Self.” The people
    • which, however, in many ways is formed differently from that of man.
    • find something inherent in the form of their physical bodies which is
    • real study of instinct if we consider it in connection with the form
    • as distributed in the world we shall find that the forms of their
    • instinct and we must be aware that we find instinct in the forms of
    • chief animal forms and were to draw them, we should then be able to
    • draw the different spheres of instinct. The form of the physical body
    • Now in our physical body, forming and permeating it throughout, there
    • external form — is viewed as impulse, it is very interesting to
    • speaking of instinct, either in animals or in its weaker form in man,
    • from within, because the super-sensible etheric body transforms
    • describe impulse as a thing which manifests in a uniform manner from
    • out of which the desires are formed, but an undercurrent of wishes
    • wish, in the form in which I have described it to you, we have
    • Now the wish can become more concrete, it can take on a clearer form,
    • Then it becomes similar to an intention. Then there is formed a kind
    • ordinary consciousness to-day you perform an action out of your own
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    • the mental picture is present in some form. You could not be a human
    • will stream into the formation of your thoughts. In the forming of
    • the blood in its physical form penetrates into the eye, and it is only
    • to this blood activity, as for example the ensiform cartilage, or the
    • personalities from the action which we intend to perform. But the
    • is willed. In all the numerous actions that we perform not merely out
    • devotion. Otherwise we should perform all our actions instinctively.
    • said: “When a man forms a judgment, and says, for example,
    • judgment, which must of course form an opinion upon something quite
    • But when we form a judgment something else comes into consideration
    • present in a hidden form both in thinking and in willing. Both
    • in a hidden form. In feeling they become manifest.
    • preparation for the practical reforms you will have to undertake, then
    • But let us keep to the consideration of the eye and ear. They perform
    • himself further, and in this further development what formerly was not
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    • pictorially (for the pictorial element will help us to form the right
    • moment that you had the feeling that while you were forming a judgment
    • “That man is a good man,” thus forming a judgment. You must
    • be conscious that what you need in order to form this judgment —
    • “being good” while you were forming the judgment, then you
    • That is not the case in willing. You know that when you perform the
    • of the world if you had to perform consciously all the arrangements
    • all its different forms has an unconscious element in it.
    • Now you will be able to understand something of the formation of the
    • these that you can come to a true understanding of the form of the
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    • universe and in our environment. You can form good conceptions of
    • world, if you observe his physical form, his movements, his
    • child — kicking and sprawling and performing unconscious actions
    • speak of stimulus, and they hold to the expression they form, but will
    • we perceive, then we make mental pictures, form concepts and so on.
    • crudely — there some form of feeling-willing and willing-feeling
    • is the sphere of the senses? We perform an activity which is
    • having already been transformed. In the case of the old man sensation
    • least be regarded as a cause of light. My former schoolfellow then
    • form was, we shall find it is related to Gischt
    • even in a spatial way, and by relating this to his physical form so
    • and can therefore form direct connections with the soul and spirit;
    • offer any obstacles to thinking and sensation, forms no connections
    • because the nerves form no obstacle as blood and muscle do.
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    • and form perceived by different senses. Goethe and colour ...
    • known, even in the formation of spiritual ideas.
    • can form some idea of the disturbance introduced into the soul when
    • are quite extraordinary. They say: you see the form of the outward
    • colours — lines and forms. But we do not usually attend to the
    • form of the circle. But there we have two completely different things
    • You see the form of the circle by making use of the sense of movement
    • in your sub-consciousness, and you make the form of the circle
    • which you perceive. Thus you call forth the form from your whole body
    • being actually executes geometrical forms in the cosmos and then
    • of form with the help of the sense of movement, rather it mixes
    • seeing when you perceive coloured forms. This act of seeing, this
    • perception of coloured forms is a complicated act. But since you are a
    • the red in one way and the form of the circle in quite a different
    • from two sides, the colour through the eye and the form with the help
    • together inwardly. There you form a judgment. And now you understand
    • parts. The form of the circle is not content to remain mere form as it
    • the body is perceived through conditions of form. Yesterday. (i.e., in
    • Course for Teachers) I used the spherical form for the head, the
    • moon form for the breast and the linear form for the limbs; and we
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    • Concepts enter sleeping soul and affect body. Concepts of child form
    • speaking you are continually forming conclusions. This activity of
    • forming conclusions is the most conscious of all human activities. Man
    • logic takes no account of the fact that we form conclusions every time
    • the form and habits of the lion you are now looking at are
    • of life and then you form the judgment: the lion is an animal. It is
    • not until you have formed this judgment that you can understand the
    • particular concept “lion.” The first thing you form is a
    • weave into one another, forming a unity, for the life in
    • say: first comes the conclusion. And only after that do you form the
    • children of all ages who bear the result of former teaching. The
    • judgment that we form about the world sinks down into the dreaming
    • form judgments and then pass on from them and continue on our way, we
    • implication that forming judgments brings about a kind of habit of
    • soul. You will be forming the soul habits of the child by the way you
    • teach the children to form judgments. You must be absolutely aware of
    • form a concept it goes down into the profoundest depths of man's
    • forms of the body. In forming concepts, that is in formulating the
    • for, in forming the man's physiognomy it is with fixed concepts —
    • his stamp right down into his very body through the forming of
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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
    • aspects — that the human being has different forms in the three
    • this spherical form. Next we pointed out how the chest part of man is
    • the form of a sphere to the head, and a moon form to the breast —
    • realising clearly that in this moon form a part of a sphere, a
    • the moon form of the chest can be completed. You will only rightly
    • understand this central member of man's nature, the breast-form, when
    • greater capacity for seeing forms, they were not wrong in speaking of
    • to the breast form. And just as when the moon is not full we see it
    • breast form a fragment of the middle system of man. From this you can
    • 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.
    • certain parts of the spherical form remain visible, as with the breast
    • bone should perform its function. If you examine the limbs which are
    • study how the will reveals itself in the outer bodily forms of the
    • outer forms as revelations of what is within. And indeed you can only
    • understand the outer forms when you look upon them as revelation of
    • his form. When we consider the human spinal column we perceive that
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    • hence he imitates. Head fully formed at change of teeth. Relation of
    • sleeping. Limbs awake but unformed. Teacher can only educate part of
    • First let us consider the head formation of man. Yesterday we said
    • have set their seal on the bodily form. The head (the first thing to
    • completion in its bodily aspect, having evolved in former epochs
    • form. Man has now poured into his body all the hardening elements, all
    • that gives him form. When we see the second teeth appear we can say
    • an end. He has accomplished the formation of his body, its moulding
    • giving man his form and figure, something different is happening in
    • absolutely unformed. This is the great secret of man: when he is born
    • indeed fully awake at birth, but unformed, undeveloped.
    • some uniform mass that could be divided into atoms and molecules.
    • the written forms from its drawings, we shall be educating through the
    • and follow its form with their hands, we are then working through
    • change of teeth there takes place the building up of forms from the
    • memory formation. Now, if we over-stimulate the memory, we cause the
    • of imagination, who transform everything in their minds, and those on
    • in exercising mobility, so that the child can himself transform what
    • he has acquired — transform it inwardly, in thought.
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    • Relation of human organs to outer world. Head the oldest formation. It
    • shapes the human being, but has tendency to create animal forms. Trunk
    • and limb systems prevent this, and transform animal forms into
    • the most varied vascular forms — as they are called in natural
    • has passed beyond the form which the animal world has developed. Man
    • formation of the head.
    • Now we spoke yesterday of how far the formation of the head takes part
    • in individual human evolution, how far the shape, the form of the
    • continually forming, shaping. Our life really consists in this, that
    • in the first seven years an intense forming force streams from the
    • head right down into the physical form; and the head continues its aid
    • by preserving the form, by ensouling it, by spiritualising it.
    • The head is involved in shaping the human form. But does the head
    • out in nature, in the different animal forms. If you look at the
    • produces the wolf form, for instance, my trunk system and my limb
    • system constantly do me the favour of changing this wolf form into the
    • human form. They are perpetually within themselves overcoming the
    • existence within them, they metamorphose it, they transform it. Thus
    • The animal forms are continually moving supersensibly in the human
    • like to maintain you in animality. It gives you the forms of the whole
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    • Head formed from within out; limbs from without in Man acts as dam for
    • sleep to different forms of bodily activity. Purposeful movements
    • sleep to different forms of mental activity. Interest essential ...
    • understand the forms of the limb man is to imagine the head forms
    • formed as though it were pressed outwards from within, is
    • spirit to produce the forms which shape the organism.
    • where the movements to be performed are derived solely from the body,
    • change their present form.
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    • system of the head — the head formation of man, and what belongs
    • to the formation of the chest, of the whole trunk; and these, again,
    • we distinguish from what belongs to the limb formation. At the same
    • time we must recognise that the limb formation is much more
    • limbs in germ — and is really formed, as we have seen, from
    • in bodily form. Only, the chest part of the head is stunted; it is so
    • a metamorphosed lung. It therefore transforms the breathing process
    • stunted form.
    • transformation of man's two jaw bones, of the upper and lower jaw.
    • What encloses your mouth below and above is but a stunted form of your
    • It opens its jaws upon you. And here the outward form is a wonderful
    • expressed even in the form of the body. We have no understanding of
    • the human form unless we recognise the expression of this sacrifice to
    • Thus we can say: the head and limb nature of man form a contrast to
    • formation. Can we not clearly recognise that in the upper part of the
    • chest formation there is a suggestion of head formation? Yes, there we
    • we know that the words man forms actually express a tendency to become
    • limbs. And just as all that proceeds from the larynx in the form of
    • speech is a refined head, a head formed out of air, so all that
    • once natural scientists discover the secret that a coarsened form of
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    • formulas. This is a totally different relationship to
    • will conform in every discipline to the scientific
    • from the objective soul life of the other; formerly it could
    • can put these facts into the form of a general law. But in
    • uniformity what faces one as sense-perceptible, empirical
    • put these in the form of laws.
    • soul life from the outer world; we form pictures of what we
    • mathematical knowledge. We form mathematical objects inwardly
    • at times we sketch these forms, it is only for our own ease
    • significant problem which forms, as it were, the first stage
    • we have created as mathematical formula, so that we may
    • with what we have formulated in full consciousness
    • constructed as mathematical formulas. What we describe in a
    • has occurred according to the mathematical formula that we
    • phenomenon is represented in terms of a formula, what really
    • formulas seem to present themselves? What does our soul
    • arrangement of these percepts into mathematical formulas. In
    • experience of mathematical formulating. We no longer view the
    • derived from the use of inwardly formed mathematical
    • into mathematical formulas; at the same time, one has
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    • correctly between feeling and the forming of mental
    • clear only if you study how a metabolic transformative action
    • seen as expressed by the physical transformations that occur
    • is not obvious if one looks at just the outer form of a human
    • appears in an unreal form. Kantianism speaks of the three
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    • certain work performed in the soul. Today I would like to
    • interaction between the human being and some form or other of
    • perform is accompanied by our inner conscious activity
    • would like to gain forms that will live in his soul in
    • exactly the same way as these mathematical forms, but which
    • gain forms that he can apply in the same way to the plant
    • kingdom as he applies purely mathematical forms to the
    • which lead in the direction of imaginative forms. Our first
    • wider sense — we form further constructs which enable
    • it. Through the way the eye is formed, the effect is similar
    • imaginative cognition, the whole problem is transformed. He
    • true form to him. On the other hand, the moment one
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    • developing the ability to form imaginative vision, it is
    • able, for example, to form mental pictures of the plant
    • formation, we do not find that this mathematical form of
    • just inwardly, then we become able to form mental images
    • us to see the entire plant kingdom of the earth forming a
    • for just a kind of formal knowledge, but who aspires to an
    • can call up one or another event in pictorial form out of the
    • producing in the form of imaginations is at the same time
    • something that is similar to the formative force of the human
    • with what is contained in the human formative force or growth
    • force. (It also coincides with the formative force of other
    • reproduce our own experiences in pictorial form, while
    • the further development of the memory capacity, we form the
    • itself and wishes to remain. We succeeded in forming the
    • In the forming
    • has changed — not just the particular form of our
    • importance — and within a certain time transform it
    • through conscious work. In this way we can transform
    • ourselves in the course of our life. We are transformed
    • appreciate what it means to have the thoughts we form about
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    • higher form of knowledge — namely, inspired cognition.
    • being formed from without. The structure of the eye cannot be
    • this process of "in-forming from without" in the human
    • intellectually, we arrive at their true individual forms. We
    • forms of the various human senses, as well as the gradual
    • formation of the human nervous system.
    • paths as physical formations responsible for connecting the
    • the brain grows similar in formation to the entity which
    • system — as the consequence of a forming activity on
    • the part of the soul, will be similar to the soul's forming
    • formations. But we do not really grasp them unless we
    • account for such things as the forms that are present in the
    • transformation of well-defined mathematically constructible
    • curve itself, its real geometric form. This fact has
    • analytic geometry, we perform operations which we
    • geometrical forms. It is important to grasp this because when
    • intersection of lines and the projection of forms. In this
    • geometrical forms, and we enter — at least to some
    • degree — the geometrical forms themselves. This becomes
    • does show us that we can enter into the geometrical forms,
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    • it retains in picture form what the human being encounters in
    • Certainly we must be aware of how memory is transformed by
    • these forces, something can take form that is no longer just
    • have taken the form of earnest mystical experience. What
    • transforming the memory process into something different,
    • begin to experience pictures. The form of these pictures in
    • characteristic form of memory pictures but with a greater
    • lectures one cannot go into any great detail. We may form a
    • formed, nothing further should flow into the content of the
    • pictures we have formed from life and provides memory.
    • we use it in reading. When we read, we form a whole out of
    • succession of letters in front of me and out of them form a
    • what appears there in pictorial form is indeed reality,
    • there as a mirror. The pictures we form in our minds are
    • have the possibility of transforming a strictly reflective
    • in the form of mental pictures is held in such a way that we
    • organization (liver, kidneys, and so on) is formed out of the
    • — the forming and molding activity that has worked on
    • nervous system an external pictorial form of what is really
    • the formation of nerve substance. Of course this should not
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    • natural form of cognition into which inspired imaginations
    • “gulfs.” Mathematical lines and forms which we
    • construct influence our perception of the outer forms of the
    • abnormality just mentioned is the formation of a tumor where
    • differently and in a metamorphosed form, can become the cause
    • that can be used against pathological forms of forces.
    • inner spiritual work to transform the ordinary experience of
    • into these regions, transforming faith into an experience of
    • another example. Historians set out to study the Reformation,
    • reforms would not have been there either if Luther had died
    • instead of the Reformation. If Luther had died, the other
    • reformers would not have been there either.
    • someone who on finding a limestone or silica shell-form in a
    • rock formation looks for the active forces. From the way the
    • silica fossil looks, he surely does not say: This silica form
    • Rather he says: At one time this form was filled out with
    • the outer configuration what must have been there to form the
    • what the spiritual researcher tells him about the forms in
    • thing is that if the formulation of the questions is correct,
    • really happening when we feel the necessity for a form of
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    • The mood of the course of the year was to form the background for this
    • present when we hear what you perform for us. This is something that
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    • before the refounding of the Anthroposophical Society, form an important
    • encounters with others and describes how the 'reversed cultus' forms the
    • only weigh what the Goetheanum has meant to the Society to form some
    • possible to speak to the world at large in the purely artistic forms
    • evince little feeling for the artistic forms they perceive in the
    • spirituality so needed by the human race today. In its visible forms
    • what it signified longs to have it rebuilt in some form or other. But
    • imprint; knowledge is only the form in which man reflects the
    • night of the Goetheanum fire. It was spirit transformed into love
    • faculty that performs far more brilliantly in both the described
    • these things into any sharply defined form, since they are alive and
    • the various scientific fields, to change and reform tendencies that
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    • before the refounding of the Anthroposophical Society, form an important
    • encounters with others and describes how the 'reversed cultus' forms the
    • judgment-forming in the Society. A challenge was issued, quite
    • should form his own independent judgments about matters affecting the
    • on judgment-forming was expressed in connection with my lecture of
    • in the form in which this advice was presented, it was and is
    • thinking and feeling be utterly transformed, not just changed as to
    • things in such a way that hearers are left wholly free to form their
    • case can confidently be left free to form his own judgments. It is
    • the remark that people should form their judgments independently of
    • his hearers are even being forced by the way he puts things to form
    • matter to consider. In forming independent judgments it is not enough
    • naturally form the agenda of such meetings; anthroposophical gossip
    • all the necessary information about it; I didn't have to do this
    • sentence I set down was formulated in the way I am always at pains to
    • expressed my intention of formulating what I have to say in such a
    • weighted. All one has to do to form and express judgments about
    • adequate bases for forming judgments about sense-derived and
    • not adequate. There, it is not enough to deal just once with forming
    • the period tends to be quite a long one. Let us say that one forms
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    • before the refounding of the Anthroposophical Society, form an important
    • encounters with others and describes how the 'reversed cultus' forms the
    • today's lecture in a way that may help my hearers form independent
    • has formed at the hand of nature, thoughts that, indeed, he has only
    • recently developed the ability to form about it. For if we go back to
    • But my thinking took the form of just letting thoughts flow and carry
    • formerly passive thoughts. What, one asks, is this element that has
    • another similar comparison for the thinking he formerly engaged in,
    • remains, abandoned by a formerly indwelling person; it can be
    • formerly passive thinking, so one can advance on the opposite side by
    • decades, but it was definitely already there in seed form in such
    • over into artistic forms of revelation, as was done with the
    • introductory talks at performances, was brought into the picture. All
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    • before the refounding of the Anthroposophical Society, form an important
    • encounters with others and describes how the 'reversed cultus' forms the
    • indeed in a not too distant future, that older forms have come down
    • impulses and from the religious forms in which man's moral life finds
    • he longs to flee received their present form from the fact that man
    • super-sensible realm as the basis of knowledge. Externalized forms of
    • person impelled to regard these forms as subhuman rather than as
    • there comes a second, one already contained in seed form in the
    • three people once joined forces and formed the executive committee of
    • his will into channels formed by the way things have developed in
    • formed groups of this sort and sent out good thoughts, escaping from
    • another, violently compulsive form, and so we need not be surprised
    • have had to call away individuals who formerly guided activities in
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    • before the refounding of the Anthroposophical Society, form an important
    • encounters with others and describes how the 'reversed cultus' forms the
    • architectural and sculptural form, every choice of color, what was
    • attended eurythmy performances in the Goetheanum will surely have
    • felt how, for example, the architectural forms and decoration of the
    • performers on the stage there were born of those architectural and
    • plastic forms. If one stood on the podium speaking from the heart in
    • a truly anthroposophical spirit, every line and form responded and
    • forms — forms that were artistically shaped by and for
    • thought forms or words — that makes our grief at the loss we
    • in a sense, build a monument to it in our hearts in memory form. Even
    • again with a proper vehicle in the form of a real Anthroposophical
    • all its elemental aliveness, to offer it in so living a form that it
    • form of community that we might say nature presents to our
    • little bit of self-knowledge, we would be able to form an adequate
    • form of worship, a new cultus, suited to the age we live in. Shared
    • said from this platform that such a development of community could
    • to expression in the various forms of worship, either as ceremonial
    • scenes, the events faithfully reflected in all true forms of worship.
    • transposed into the spiritual realm, rays out to us from the form the
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    • before the refounding of the Anthroposophical Society, form an important
    • encounters with others and describes how the 'reversed cultus' forms the
    • consciousness equal to forming judgments that accord with spiritual
    • for experiencing what was formerly merely theoretical knowledge of
    • but do not undertake to transform their souls as these must be
    • transformed if they are to experience spiritual reality differently
    • theoretical side: one's whole approach has to be transformed in
    • what he discovers in the spiritual world will, as is natural, form
    • just been saying. The trouble is that some informed members
    • effort is made to set up a lively exchange, even if only in the form
    • say them I did, in one form or another, when the peripheral
    • decoration, the architecture, the sculptured forms, the painting,
    • finding a mathematical formula to express the difference between
    • quite different form.
    • a correction of something that was said from this platform yesterday;
    • out of direct vision, and in neither its modern nor its older forms
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    • therefore, he arrived at a transformation of Darwinism into the teaching
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    • into the spiritual worlds. All investigation must be formed on monistic
    • formation he grasped through this unexpressed talent for sculpture.
    • One cannot look plastically upon animal and human form in the same way
    • is not the case in regard to human and animal forms. The plant is really
    • form, and on this account the plant does not allow itself to be reproduced
    • nature we measure, count and weigh, and this breaks up form. Goethe
    • sculptured form. Yet someone who, like Goethe, holds back his talent
    • and the outlook of Goethe upon plants (form).
    • Nature's Art Forms.
    • He lived with colour as Goethe lived with form. What belongs to animals
    • form in the plant world. The colour of flowers belongs to what is outer,
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    • in everyday life and in science as we know it — to other forms of
    • is not to be found in the abstract ideas formed in our ordinary logical
    • takes a purer, more objective form. The content of experience gained
    • any form of cognitive Imagination, not to tune down the relationship
    • we perceive with our senses, grasp with our intellect, of which we form
    • form of images. Something we experienced, say, ten years ago, in what
    • capacity for another form of perception, the use of any other complex
    • that does not, in the first place, appear in the form of abstract intellectual
    • the form of images. The experience is exactly of the same kind as that
    • I would present in some vague, mystic form but a process that can be
    • is there in the soul in the same way as mathematical, geometrical forms
    • always to remember that the search for such forms of knowledge and the
    • to dealing with the inorganic sphere by forming concepts. But that is
    • who had gained insight and knowledge formed special groups, relatively
    • were entirely in the form of pictures that had their origin in the mind
    • in a form of instinctive clairvoyance, and they represented what they
    • easily make a drawing of, but it represents, in simplified form, the
    • gastrulation, the development of a cup-like form where the cells do
    • entity, the Gastraea, that was once supposed to have had that form in
    • the course of phylogenetic evolution, a form he felt was now being repeated
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    • the form of remembered ideas. One school of philosophy has referred to
    • that drives us to form an idea. Pursuing the process of sensory perception
    • to form an idea. If we consider memory as such, we shall find that the
    • of forming ideas based on sensory perceptions we carry out an activity
    • for memory. This is so because a concept or idea formed on the basis
    • Something else is linked with the process of forming concepts on the
    • and that it forms in about the same way as an idea based on sensory
    • perceptions is formed. The difference is that in the one case the process
    • us to form mental images in the same way we form mental images when
    • inner experience of seeing concepts in the form of images has a content
    • with the forming of ideas and ideas based on memory appear in relation
    • to the ability to form images. The ability to perceive in images will
    • above all give a specific inner experience of the forming of ideas, of
    • to arrive at anything at all when making the forming of ideas, thinking
    • of thinking activity, of the forming of concepts, is extraordinarily
    • thinking process, the forming of ideas, that previously appeared an
    • Indeed it approaches a form that, I would say, actually bears the stamp
    • of the material world. The picture one forms of the thinking process — for
    • does indeed show the process of forming ideas, of thinking, as one in
    • it is in its abstract form, in ordinary consciousness. This also is
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    • are evolved on the basis of ideas formed in science. Using this scientific
    • desire for consistency looks for a formalized, standardized system that
    • conscious mind. We feel that a form of existence which is really worth
    • forms of energy on earth will have been converted into heat, that this
    • heat cannot convert to other forms of energy, that this will lead to
    • inevitability only. As I have said, it is possible to make formal distinction
    • of conscience, arises. There, the conflict is transformed into feelings
    • creating social form.
    • of remembering. As a result, ideas will arise that in a purely formal
    • the actual process of forming ideas in everyday life, a process we apply
    • forming of ideas, to occupy the place where material elements have been
    • long as I regard material existence, normally considered the form of
    • existence that counts, the only valid form of existence. Matter must
    • withdraw first in the organism and make room for thinking, for the forming
    • of ideas; that is when this thinking, this forming of ideas, sees a
    • perception only provides formal elements; we are merely looking on at
    • where transformed matter is, through will activity, put in a place where
    • filled with newly formed elements in the human organization, in an absolutely
    • form of thinking is one every human being is able to experience if he
    • this pure thinking with him into all the elements of the ideas he forms.
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    • the outside world. In no way would it serve as some form of constitutive
    • activity now becomes transformed into the perceptions which then appear
    • perception and reduce it to the form of a pure idea. Then anyone will
    • be able to follow what he presents in the form of ideas, provided they
    • said, because they have to be expressed in thought forms that are accessible
    • as we learn to express in summary form what we experience in our spirit,
    • and re-formed and because of this also have an enlivening effect on
    • of goods. All these things form part of a highly complex situation,
    • have to do with what I have just tried to present to you. Social forms
    • We see this before us in the first place in its outer form. The enveloping
    • part of this outer form hides the internal organs. In physiology and
    • to the eye when it looks at them in their enclosed form, in a structure
    • but organs at rest in a finite form, they are living processes. In fact,
    • a fixed form, and indeed has to be taken as such from an external point
    • of view. From a view that only sees this form, a form that really only
    • resting form falsely apparent in human organs into the ever changing
    • the phenomena. Beyond that it has to transform itself into a living,
    • a form of thinking habitual to science, is also something artists avoid — justifiably
    • with the forces that give him form out of the spiritual world, we will
    • form perceptible to the senses. On the other hand, attention turns to
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    • ancient knowledge in various forms which was passed
    • human being. In the most varied forms, most differentiated
    • more besides, submitting to it all and agreeing to be informed
    • has taken on a form through words used to proclaim it which no
    • dogmas are in a form trapping the truth which in today's time
    • grown out of them since they were formulated. Just as I have
    • today through physical science. Here knowledge is being formed
    • former life in such a way as to relate to a definite knowledge
    • school, in some or other form coming from sense perceptible
    • brings with it anything from former earthly lives. We do bring
    • last weeks or if it appears in some other form. Today one can
    • active participation which can take on ever more evil forms
    • next age. Today this doesn't involve some kind of formality but
    • reality on the physical plane but which forms an uninterrupted
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    • we lived through every time we slept, but which formerly
    • through it in a different form than we did at first.
    • through it in the form in which we lived it during our life on
    • beings of the spiritual world, we form the spiritual seed of
    • transforms itself into an interest in the succession of
    • of how we have been connected to the physical formation of our
    • we think about the spiritual world in physical thought forms.
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    • sun in the same style as formerly — in May 1914
    • formed, that would now embrace all state relations. The
    • life got itself free and transformed itself without men
    • having a hand in the transformation. The things
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    • manifests itself or has form in what we call the physical
    • experience, the special form of the child soul is easily
    • form, whether he has strong less or weak legs, whether he
    • physical , manual work, are connected with the form or
    • conformation, its form, points to something before birth,
    • and the formation of the human head: then one is led
    • form of supersense life than the political or Rights-life
    • life. He develops a life that forms the bridge between
    • consciously everything that formerly was instinctive. For
    • we give it in the form of art, science, technical ideas,
    • that one can think without an inner forming of words. One
    • definite pictures that are formed very concretely reach
    • asking yourselves, How are the Western languages formed
    • men formerly. The man of earlier times was still inwardly
    • than was formerly the case. Observation of this passing
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    • manner of former ages in the significant words,
    • goes through a transformation — but only, of
    • time that he was thinking, even though in a latent form,
    • supersense deeds of these beings, just as formerly we
    • highest form by his creation in art of the beautiful and
    • In former
    • already no longer true. Mankind of former ages did not
    • have formed a world conception out of his philosophy.
    • form of Haekelism. That is all a test that must be
    • the earth's surface, and thereby forms a cross with the
    • relations between them, demonstrate the common form of
    • comprehension of the human form is more important than
    • form. Then it will give a spiritual view of the world
    • of the human form to the cosmos to the stage that is
    • comprehend the relation of his form to the cosmos. With
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    • although such unchristian performances are quite the
    • transformed through the motor nerves into movements of
    • life to be completely transformed. Especially, if one
    • form of taxes whatever everybody has: it seems to me it
    • patriotic phrase can be transformed into its opposite.
    • transformation and rebuilding of the social order,' will
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    • transformed by his sacrifice. He transformed the whole nature
    • forms, together with the human germ cell, the human body, has
    • nervous system; the former does not originate with father and
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    • form of existence. And the entire change in the life of spirit
    • the dead. We may also form a conception of the way the dead in
    • giving the father's form, the way he looked at the last; if a
    • which pervades all existence, transforming it the more it
    • surely, take hold of the souls on earth and transform them.
    • outwardly in maya are often transformed into good, but
    • souls of persons sitting here were incarnated in former times,
    • conceptions that were alive in former incarnations. These
    • information about the author, which is entirely false, which is
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    • that was formerly given from the Mysteries, by directing their souls
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    • take the following form. — We ask ourselves: How would it be if
    • transformed within us into the idea, the thought, which now flashes
    • us: this being cannot remain as he is, he transforms something within
    • thought-being. He transforms himself into sentient impressions,
    • means is something that transforms itself into an impression in the
    • vivid. In the form of a feeling we can obtain a very vivid impression
    • transformation of the imaginary thought-man. This bitter-sweet or
    • man is capable of forming such a thought with all intensity, he will
    • transformation and in so far as it lacks effectiveness, rectifies
    • awareness, to form some acquaintanceship which does not appear to
    • spiritual world if we allow ourselves to form instantaneous judgments
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    • Movement with some form of external organisation. There is nothing to
    • will essentially transform modern life, will create new forms of
    • transformed into something that takes hold of practical life itself,
    • through the labour he performs, to obtain the necessities of life.
    • earlier incarnations has been transformed, in the present
    • degenerate into lack of love, any more than the former urge must not
    • capable of performing deeds that are not based merely upon old
    • reincarnation and karma but in such a form that it regards the
    • become Buddhists. Wherever Buddhism in some form might appear in the
    • they will penetrate culture and in so doing essentially transform
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    • of the earlier epoch. Outwardly, it is only in the form of myths that
    • transformed into the laws of the physical plane — that which had
    • this centre of culture, everything that formerly was super-personal,
    • working in Alexandria seem to be embodiments of ancient wisdom transformed
    • is transformed into personal forcefulness in the men in Alexandria.
    • And the forms which Judaism, the Mosaic culture, assumed in Alexandria
    • made its appearance in Alexandria in a very ruthless form. Christian
    • the Orphic secrets now transformed into personal experiences of the
    • transformed into personal experiences in this new incarnation. At the
    • men were collected from far and near to form bodyguards for them. Their
    • Pagan wisdom of Orpheus transformed into personality could be experienced
    • Hypatia fell victim to the fury of these who formed the
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    • an altogether different form. Everything in the impulses of will, in
    • True, she clothes these Powers in forms that are familiar to her, so
    • form, a quite different way — another personality who was a philosopher
    • call these latter, in contrast to the former, “younger”
    • from the significance or value of the opinions we have formed about
    • nature are indicated by the statement that his outer form was half animal.
    • transformed into the spiritual. In the historical facts of ancient times
    • a whole series of great names in history as those of his former incarnations
    • misty, they thought that horse and rider were a single form. With all
    • beings, assume constantly different forms the nearer we come to the
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    • that the oval form in the middle represents the human ego, the kernel
    • an arena where superhuman work was performed; higher Beings were working
    • detracting from their reality but giving them a particular form
    • the form arising from what the ego experiences here in the physical
    • form of a certain picture. We must not conceive these pictures to be
    • to the form they take. But to say that they are mere invention would
    • and not until then — man will be able to see in the form in which
    • of Orleans did not see this true form, it did come down towards her.
    • forms for himself as objective, even if it is only a veil — we
    • form of musical tones, the impetus towards the spiritual world; who
    • purely formal music which Richard Wagner wanted to surmount, was vigorously
    • from outside, begins to be expressed more and more in the form of the
    • the form of an Apollo or a Zeus only one out of many incarnations is
    • of art the whole personality has poured into the form of the single
    • we go further back into the past, the forms become symbolic;
    • see the form in which art then makes its way to the people who were
    • the soul cannot wholly permeate the outer human form. How could the
    • woman in order to bring together in a delicately concise form all that
    • epoch was to experience this an the physical plane. What was formerly
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    • forms of culture imbued with clairvoyance. The Egypto-Babylonian-Chaldean
    • the 19th century as a result of the decipherment of the cuneiform writing.
    • And even the superficial information which it has been possible to acquire
    • that the length of time formerly accepted as historical has been almost
    • doubled by the information gained through the decipherment of the cuneiform
    • to the sacred wisdom were to be performed, or which were to stand as
    • form of the interior — everything was modeled on the measures
    • form similar to that which prevailed in the ancient Babylonians and
    • the fourth Stands by itself, forming the middle. For this reason., so
    • much that went to form the ancient Egyptian view of the world is being
    • which comes to expression in personal form in the later course of human
    • evolution is a shadow-image of what was present formerly in elemental,
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    • of the twelve forces must reveal itself also in its microcosmic form, in
    • macrocosmic Beings who had already worked in former ages, preparing
    • to us through anatomical dissection; things that were formerly accessible
    • to clairvoyant vision appear in later epochs in materialistic form.
    • the Spirits of Form, who are one stage higher than the Spirits of Personality.
    • But the manifestation of these Spirits of Form was different from that
    • of Form manifest in a different way. They manifest from below upwards
    • kingdoms. And if man would recognise the Spirits of Form in their manifestation,
    • what has been woven into her by the Spirits of Form. Consequently in
    • of Form, man does not receive any direct influence as an inspiration.
    • The influence of the Spirits of Form works far rather in such a way
    • tries to elaborate and perfect it. Thus the Spirits of Form attract
    • him from without. And one of the chief Spirits of Form is the Being
    • Form and they work in the different kingdoms of Nature, men of the present
    • horizon where the Spirits of Form are in manifestation. They were of
    • of Form had been at work; they had been at work in the kingdoms of Nature,
    • who are of a lower rank than the Spirits of Form, asserted their influence
    • of Form? This is connected with a definite period in the evolution of
    • Man was a being capable of transformation. Before this catastrophe the
    • are undergone again, in a different form and indeed at a higher stage,
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    • they are so to say passing over into external forms, the creative impulses
    • the weaving of the ego in the ego, appeared in the most striking form.
    • in majestic poetic form by Homer, by Aeschylus. And so, in face of the
    • worlds were conveyed in a certain human form to the artists of Greece,
    • appears as though in forms of logic — indeed, here one must say
    • for thousands of years, taking definite forms in a certain epoch.
    • which an the arc of ascent form a unity, fall apart into separate streams.
    • insert themselves into what was formerly the all prevailing impetus
    • the future into forms that were made possible only by the influence
    • with the wonderful forms of Greek culture. And here we can realise how
    • We see how there actually lives in Novalis, in a particular form, all
    • calls the science of mechanics. The majestic forms of this building
    • what Michelangelo had built into spatial forms in the Church of St.
    • element, the thoughts coined by Galileo in the intellectual forms of
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    • once formed a single body in the Cosmos. But this physical and
    • instinctive knowledge, expressed in a form altogether different
    • met and began to form a friendship, they look back over their past
    • the person more from outside, forming an opinion of him by the
    • the destiny which reveals itself in so definite a form in the first
    • Anthroposophy, having in mind not only the information given by
    • And just as it is your soul-and-spirit which forms the link between
    • may be said, and it is in strict conformity with Spiritual Science,
    • your life as necessity and to which you conform because of your
    • he is not able completely to transform. You can see that this is so
    • you are unable to transform it, you will immediately catch cold. Man
    • without transforming it — this also applies to the food
    • he eats. He transforms what he eats just as he transforms everything
    • otherwise. If no transformation is achieved he will fall ill. Here
    • transformed into forces which can become physically active. The
    • earthly life is transformed in the period we live through between
    • carry over in a healthy form into our next life what would otherwise
    • forms and constitutes it. Thus we have tried to replace abstractions
    • formal conclusion, but actually it should never be closed, it should
    • what I may call guiding lines in the form of aphorisms giving
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    • effective in Europe. In the spiritual world the outer form of things
    • advanced; forms of culture quite different from those
    • the Earth and without carrying over Arabism in its outer form, bore
    • consistency, similarity — not in the external forms but
    • obliged to operate in quite different forms of life and only those
    • centuries, we shall everywhere find Arabism in its new forms.
    • in a more outwardly brilliant form. In everything that has been
    • The former owner of the estate was obliged to reverse his position.
    • He (the former owner) and like-minded companions would hold all kinds
    • of Arabism will be found — but in a quite different form.
    • radical form into external civilisation. In Woodrow Wilson there
    • exercises, devoid of all sensationalism, should form part of our
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    • were given in a more poetic form and contained in legends and sagas,
    • karma is formed. For when the human being realises what actually
    • a reality in the spiritual world when you form a resolution. And you
    • do most assuredly form it!
    • Sun sphere. The Mercury sphere and the Venus sphere form the
    • uniform as it seems when one has to describe it, but it is infinitely
    • is then his world, he forms and shapes his physical and moral nature
    • to have more precise insight into how karma is formed, we must think
    • Exusiai, Dynamis, Kyriotetes, in whose company man forms his karma.
    • many forms of depravity and corruption which were so rife in the
    • Individualities like that of Schiller, who are also forming their
    • changed into the reaction: the vision of the Past is now transformed
    • unpretentious form of wisdom. Not so the Jupiter Beings. They are
    • they form themselves out of the Cosmos. Just as you can see a cloud
    • taking shape, so do the Jupiter Beings form themselves in the etheric
    • Heine, of the very language, words and form, when we know: this is,
    • formed and fashioned in the Cosmos; it is lived out upon Earth.
    • you that Goethe, in the Jupiter sphere, transformed what he had
    • primitive form of wisdom — an inferior wisdom — was in
    • this case transformed in the Jupiter sphere into the kind of
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    • before you of late, perhaps in a somewhat astonishing form. If you try
    • is information given about the higher worlds, information that is the
    • This was indeed the custom formerly, to a certain extent: it was so
    • Spinoza's Ethics, so that he would be able to formulate in clear-cut
    • a position to form clearly defined ideas and clearly defined concepts
    • may ask: But how is it that we do not remember our former incarnations
    • their former incarnations? This question is of the greatest
    • importance. People do not remember their former
    • may have been in former times, if they did not pay attention to the
    • in the former incarnations, the self-hood was not there! What, then,
    • clairvoyance, if he has not in former incarnations worked through the
    • former incarnation. For he had not at that time set up the signpost as
    • this our earth; formerly it did not exist, it could only come about
    • had before the formation of man may be compared to the grain of wheat.
    • If this “grain of wheat” was to come to life in the form of
    • through them in the form of thought what they had had in the higher
    • taken form in thought, if man had not been able to give it this form.
    • most clearly into those forms of mental perception which we bring to
    • But if we are not thinkers, the revelations must seek other forms,
    • receive revelations is in the form of a sense-image. And you may often
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  • Title: Anthroposophie, Ihre Erkenntniswurzeln und Lebensfruchte: Erster Vortrag
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    • reden in all den Formen, die er seit dreißig Jahren
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    • Fragen, formte sich mir dasjenige, was ich 1885
    • wie die eine Pflanzenform eine Modifikation der andern ist.
    • bloß Formelles, mit dem man sich in die Ecke stellt,
    • Mit andern Worten: Ist das Erkennen etwas bloß Formelles,
    • die entweder bloß eine formale oder eine reale ist,
    • Erlebtes, dann wäre er nur etwas formell neben dem
    • formaler.
    • verhielte es sich, wenn wir es in dieser Form der
    • müßten von der ersten Form der Welt ausgehen, um uns
    • überwinden, um daraus eine höhere Erscheinungsform zu
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    • Jahrhunderts gegen die agnostische Gesinnung zu formulieren
    • Lebensprozeß, nicht nur als etwas Formales —, der
    • Aber da konnte Nietzsche nicht sprechen in den Formen, welche
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    • befriedigenden Formulierung seiner Anschauungen kommen, wenn
    • geformte Pflanzen anzuschauen, wie man plastisch geformte Tiere
    • oder plastisch geformte Menschen anschaut? — Stellen Sie
    • Gips oder in Marmor geformt, vor Ihrem Blick. Ich glaube, mit
    • selber nicht darum zu tun, die besondere plastische Formung des
    • plastischen Formen des tierisch, des menschlich Organisierten
    • Farbe festzuhalten. Welche Freude er hatte, diese Formen der
    • Haeckel herausgegeben hat unter dem Titel: «Kunstformen
    • werden, wenn man zu echten, zu gültigen Formulierungen der
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    • charakterisieren will, sich zu besinnen auf jene Form des
    • eben metamorphosisch sich in allen Pflanzenformen zeigt.
    • hat, zu gewissen Begriffsformen kam, die ihn dann mehr oder
    • Begriffsformulierungen ausgebildet, durch die er
    • ergossen sich diejenigen Begriffsformationen, die er
    • Begriffsformulierungen, zu denen da Goethe gekommen ist in
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    • der abstrakten Form ist, in der sie im gewöhnlichen
    • den Übergang der einen Form in die andere, dieses in sich
    • durcharbeiten und dann in einer andern Form wiederum abgeben,
    • verfolgen müssen von jener Form, in der es lebt, wenn es
    • anknüpft, bis zu derjenigen Form, wo es lebt in freier
    • physischen Leben anzuwenden, erstehen uns in einer neuen Form,
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    • einfach aus einer gewissen Konsequenzsucht heraus eine formale
    • gesagt: formell ließe sich zwischen Wissen und Glauben
    • den Erinnerungsvorstellungen jetzt rein formell ähnlich
    • gegenständliche Erkenntnis gibt uns nur Formales; durch
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    • Frage». Es ist nur in Form einer persönlichen Nuance
    • sich in freier Geistigkeit herausformt, sondern er könnte
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    • formuliert würden, so daß wir sie in den
    • besondere Form ist, sondern es ist der Kultus, der schon
    • Ausdrucksmittel die geformte Luft hat. Es ist natürlich
    • Tasten ist und daß man die Gedanken ehrerbietig formen
    • können wir nicht ganz unsere Menschenform umfassen, aber
    • Sie lernen die Menschenform, wie sie eine göttliche ist,
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    • formuliert würden, so daß wir sie in den
    • besondere Form ist, sondern es ist der Kultus, der schon
    • Ausdrucksmittel die geformte Luft hat. Es ist natürlich
    • Tasten ist und daß man die Gedanken ehrerbietig formen
    • können wir nicht ganz unsere Menschenform umfassen, aber
    • Sie lernen die Menschenform, wie sie eine göttliche ist,
    • Plastilin Menschen formen können, sondern daß die
    • heruntergetragen in irdische Form, so daß die Teilnahme am
    • wurde es zunächst ein leeres Formelwesen; es pflanzte sich
    • denselben Boden, nur eine andere Form. Beides ist etwas, was
    • kosmischer Kommunion und Kultus nicht so formulieren, daß
    • richtig formuliert. Was würde es für die
    • charakterisieren; da muß man scharf formulieren, mit
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    • an allem, was die einzelnen Formen des geringsten Organes an
    • Körper gestaltet und geformt ist, dafür liegen die
    • Kosmos durch die Gottheit geformt bist, durch die Gottheit in
    • formen in der Welt, von dem geblieben ist alles das, was uns in
    • gestalten und formen fühlen, so werden wir das Wirken des
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    • Ich kommen, das aus dem eigenen Bewußtsein heraus der Form
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    • formed in an artistic sense, as the means of bringing their
    • fact, draw forth from speech that which was to form their
    • forming of words and in the consciousness that the word is
    • being sculpturally and musically formed — has its effect
    • spiritual. In this form of education also, intellectual
    • a platform and hold forth theoretically about gymnastics. His
    • formulated speech, when, out of such beautifully
    • formulated speaking, thoughts rebound in us. Then
    • may be well informed about the glass, the hands, the materials
    • form when you lie in bed with the lights still burning, and
    • of the threads that the light has formed, that it has
    • above downward in accordance with the laws of form of the
    • primal wisdom. The butterfly is formed after the caterpillar
    • forms itself from the chrysalis and is born out of the light
    • wonderful transformation of a system of blood vessels that at
    • transformation into lungs and limbs, is a truly marvelous
    • really to form and mold our speech so that as teachers our
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    • education. All our methods, all our ingenious, formed, outer
    • understood merely in a formal sense. It is said that the human
    • simply means that some form of antimony is introduced
    • therapeutic forces: they are therapeutic forces transformed.
    • The goal of all our educational thinking must be to transform
    • are something formal, established by mere logic, which actually
    • barren, prosaic, and formal. The moment we rise to the truths
    • incorrect are outer, formal concepts, even regarding the
    • are formed in the human being, revealing themselves in a
    • this dead form, however, that these things are investigated by
    • really similar, only in a coarser form, to a continual,
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    • that the first form of activity we perceive in the human being
    • to the formation of cyanic acid. As a matter of fact, there
    • speediest method of destroying the human form
    • form nitrogen compounds downward but upward it has the tendency
    • to form oxygen compounds. Early alchemists called carbon
    • form oxygen compounds, acids or oxides. These stimulate
    • stimulate the formation of carbon compounds and therewith the
    • activity of thinking. Whenever we guide a child into some form
    • balance between the formation of carbonic and cyanic acids. In
    • process of the formation of carbonic acid is too strongly
    • musical education counteracts this excessive formation of the
    • unites with that which is outer form to create a whole.
    • dragon takes on the most diverse forms; he takes on every
    • possible form. Those that arise from human emotions are harmful
    • enough but not nearly as harmful as the form the dragon
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    • sequence of letters is necessary to form the word. So an
    • that things and events are necessary to form world words.
    • him, and he ignores other things if possible. A form of mental
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    • transform his whole thinking, make it different than it is in
    • world we must transform our whole thinking through esoteric
    • benevolent and noble things have become transformed into
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    • working upon the earth from outside and forming the contrast with the
    • other sense the limbs, that correspond most closely in outer form to
    • is an image of the spiritual; the spiritual has formed it. If the
    • spiritual is forming something physical, it can form it in such a way
    • that at a certain stage of evolution this physical form is either
    • form, that it is something that has deteriorated, that it does not at
    • appears in the form of the female body has remained as if it were at
    • remained behind at a more spiritual stage; in its form it has not
    • nitrogen in today's comets. You may recall (the information was
    • must be correspondingly transformed. If the I is to think differently
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    • the ages of Abraham and Moses takes on human form. In a spiritual
    • form. In pre-Christian times the spirit of Moses directed its glance
    • hierarchies, for example, in the Christian sense; it formed in detail
    • second age of Moses particularly formed what constituted German
    • beings will notice in themselves. They will perform some deed. When
    • must perform a particular deed repeatedly. He must, above all,
    • perform the deed twice — one time as though doing the opposite
    • mystics but in a Christianized form — in a form altered through
    • Abraham will be experienced in a completely altered, new form. What
    • it were, the spiritual sphere of the earth would be transformed;
    • clairvoyance would experience a transformation. Whereas previously a
    • Paul knew that, through the Christ impulse, such a transformation in
    • world between death and a new birth, though in a different form from
    • have to look for Christ on His return as etheric form in the
    • the Christ again in our century in a higher form. Those who strive
    • form. Humanity has no other leader than the Christ to take it into
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    • repetition which does, in fact, resemble another, the form it takes
    • the World-Ego, was no longer revealed in the form of a mysterious
    • Being takes on human form.
    • form. In the pre-Christian age the spirit of Moses had been directed
    • repeated in the second Christian millennium in the form of a mighty
    • do not take the same form but what comes later manifests as a kind of
    • performed some deed, there will appear before his soul a kind of
    • has to perform a particular deed more than once, periodically
    • inwardly, in its Christianised form. For men such as Tauler
    • experienced by the Christian mystics in a Christianised form,
    • in a form changed through the Christ Impulse. And what was
    • will be experienced in a new and different form. And what will this
    • transformed and clairvoyance would undergo a change. Whereas
    • though not in the same form as on earth — into the world in
    • in His etheric form.
    • again in a higher form. Those who are striving in the sense of
    • etheric form. Into the land declared by Oriental writings to have
    • the original records than they have ever been, the new form of belief
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    • bringing a transformed dragon up to the upper Gods. We should be
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    • colors rising before him in which forms take shape, and something
  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture VI: Errors of Spiritual Research - 2
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    • of spirit that shows the spiritual world in a wrong form. I
    • second point that matters is that we can form a right,
    • look back to his former earth-life with the methods about which
    • appear to him, facts which show the appearance of his former
    • that we have to deal with that which was formed in a mine by
    • everything that has formed down there in the darkness. We can
    • has formed in the depth can maybe appear as a feast for our
  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture VIII: The Questions of Life and the Riddle of Death - 2
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    • loose sheets. For pennies you can form an opinion about that of
    • not before it has passed this ordeal, the former imperfection
    • cause that I get a destiny in which I can transform myself.
    • learn also to look back to former lives on earth. Stopping the
    • power of speech enables us to experience former lives on earth.
    • that our former life on earth goes back to a time where still
    • human soul as reincarnated from former lives.
    • become moral feeling and willing. He performs a miracle
    • life between birth and death turns out to be a transformation
    • infinite possibility of life transformation, [so that the human
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    • the formative forces, and language.
    • transforming in a certain direction what takes place in the human organism
    • the formative apparatus — of which I may speak on the basis of
    • is transformed first into the circulatory processes; and that which
    • a section or stratum of the nerve-sensory system, conjoin to form what
    • whether they be vowels or consonants. Just as a certain formation and
    • visible form in movement correspond to an A or an L. Here we have a
    • this eurythmy. When artistic eurythmy is performed, the attention of
    • the corresponding sound, to the formation of the word or the artistic
    • formation of the sentence, to the metric form, the poetic form and so
    • the possibilities of artistic formation and portrayal of the elements
    • human functions, insofar as these functions form a totality in the
    • in the devotion to the sound-, word- and sentence-formation in artistic
    • and when the L-movement is associated with an A-form. Thus one can say:
    • instigation of the forms and movements necessary. When, for example,
    • In the case of the upper teeth, the plastic activity that forms them
    • is active from the front backwards. How will the lower teeth be formed?
    • expedites from there the formative forces, which one has in one's power
    • of what one has conducted to the formative centre with the movement
    • certain movements performed — S-movements, for example
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    • forms of art. Hence, Goethe said that music is entirely form and
    • made between the content of music and the subject of an art form.
    • our age with former times, we find our age characterized in a
    • example. The eye brings man into connection with all visible forms of
    • the outer world, even artistic forms. The eye is important to a
    • experience. All musical forms, however, in which the third and what
    • feels that he is an earthly being when he plays music. Formerly, when
    • and took hold of the as yet formless earthly being in, I would like
    • the beginning form the first tone of the octave, we have begun from
    • form of proving the existence of God. That is what the experience of
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    • [In the following passages, Vorstellen, the forming
    • otherwise formed. Melody contains something akin to mental images,
    • of forms. The child will comprehend a certain inner rhythm while it
    • the experience of the fourth, but a kind of summation forms within
    • you focus on what is said here, you will grasp better the forms that
    • are more or less the forms that can be used as stereotypical forms,
    • as typical forms. In the case of the forms that have been developed
    • these forms express the experience of the fourth or the fifth.
    • in form. The individual intervals thus are contained in the forms as
    • performer in these forms; and quite by itself the instinct will arise
    • the form of the soul's composition is the same as clairvoyantly
    • with intuition. The form of the soul's composition during the
    • formerly. They are gone, they have disappeared from the ancient
    • fragmentary, informal way. I believe we will soon have an opportunity
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    • itself, one would prefer, as I hinted in a former lecture, to
    • feeling, every human volition ultimately passes over to form the
    • came into being. Art originated at a time when science still formed
    • indeed different, but formally sound quite
    • form accomplished.
    • word back to syllable-formation. In the quantities, metres and
    • weight of syllable-formation – this is the region where the
    • use of words, he feels inwardly how he has to lead word-formations
    • form and harmony.
    • Are formal strictures ‘senseless’.
    • actors with a baton, like a conductor, considering the formation of
    • formative and musical experience.
    • aesthetic form. It is a somewhat old-fashioned poem that is (in a
    • rhythmical formative power. Let us accept the poem as it is –
    • bounded form – this atones for the sin committed with regard
    • into the strictest aesthetic forms.
    • Morgenstern we shall see how a peculiar poetic form – free
    • for openness of form, in contrast to the sonnet which is based on a
    • which I have tried to bring into strict forms the most inward
    • experiences of the human soul – not the forms of conventional
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    • given form. It is not thought – even in the most intellectual
    • breathed in was formerly an ingredient in the cosmos, and it will
    • marvellous mysteries of the whole formation of the world. And this
    • interchange between man and the world finds its inner formation in
    • the blood-circulation. Every poetic act, every forming act of
    • conform either to respiration or to the circulation of the blood:
    • comprehensible form – the hexameter. Here we can see how the
    • scored onto the blood-stream, we arrive at an alternative form of
    • recitation flows in conformity with the breathing-process. If the
    • speech-formation must ask himself when confronted with a poem: Have
    • nuances of this art-form. We realise this when we see how the poet
    • adopt an outward artistic form that works through quantities and
    • lyricist who inclines toward the ballad-form.
    • The turning vault of heaven formed
    • Now sees performed in his saving
    • stand as abstract as can be in well-worn conceptual forms over
    • it may be in all technical matters, however well-qualified to form
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture IX: The Alliteration and Terminal Rhyme
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    • former times through a revival of alliteration. Let us now conclude
    • with a performance of an alliterative poem.
    • From that which befell him in former
  • Title: Lecture I: Man in the Past, the Present and the Future
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    • the end of willing, the intention in the form of an idea, and then
    • again, also in the form of an idea, the consciousness observes our own
    • perform some act of will; we transmit it unconsciously into our
    • part of Nature. Nature and the form of existence associated with it
    • enclose a small space and covered with another stone so as to form a
    • information can be catalogued and read off from the printed page. We
    • not even the most primitive form of reading and writing, in the days
    • remains, and could read from them the information the sun gave them of
    • to attain them, pretty easy to form them. If he has a sense of
    • life is checked and reduced to form, if leaves, blossom, seed and
    • form. In his natural science he saw the combined activity of sun and
    • one of our Eurythmy performances, which took place in a wooden hall,
    • performance there had been a heavy downpour which was still going on
    • when the performance began. The curtains were quite wet! This intimate
    • the growth of root, leaf and flower; and all this not in the form of
    • in beneficial form in the root can free itself and expand to the
    • irregular way and manifesting in the formation of frost, dew and hail.
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    • flashes, to the wind and weather, to the delicate, wonderfully formed
    • modern sense — they saw that their body was formed out of the
    • merely in the form of thoughts is speaking in an unreal way. This is
    • creative power (though in a somewhat different form from alter
    • yesterday, was the normal form of waking consciousness, sleep was not
    • retained something of this, though in a crude and materialized form. A
    • material form. Sleep was then itself a draught of Nature, which
    • less as stones are formed. He has no idea that the hair on his head is
    • shall have to give in an unimaginative form, since we are not nowadays
    • expansion in the formation of leaves, and finally strives upwards in
    • the blossoms, as through transformed by fire. In this way the life of
    • Now just as our relation to the Moon can appear in a one-sided form in
    • etheric forms and the activities of spirits in the etheric. He
    • is not Angels whom he sees but etheric forms. Nevertheless, these
    • forms were actually the work of Angels — a picture of the
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    • and purpose of the three days' sleep in the ancient form of
    • in moral form what had previously come to him naturally. The Mystery
    • pictures, did not then exist in the same form, and that in its place
    • imprinted upon the etheric body, the body of formative forces, and at
    • transitory sense-experience is transferred into the body of formative
    • were able to give information about what lay behind it. Particularly
    • radically transformed. This transformation may go a very long way; for
    • different influences at work. For instance, the man may in a former
    • the important fact is that they undergo the intense transformations we
    • wholly altered form.
    • valid within the human being. Not only are the substances transformed
    • being, and, even though it appears only in the fleeting form of the
    • begin to weave their forms we actually enter a world where the laws of
    • But when the process is completed, the imprinted form is not like that
    • natural form during our earthly existence has been imprinted in our
    • been lost to our forms of consciousness and we now have only a very
    • upwards in his evolution and to experience in moral form through
    • strengthened form of human knowledge to which the spiritual reveals
    • convenient formula which has become customary. The distinction has
    • present-day form of abstract logical thinking. But then a
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    • appears in a more diffused form, so that it is not merely
    • a role. And what takes place in the formative process in the
    • appears in such a form that after the change of teeth the child
    • conception; at first their activity lies in forming the body,
    • formerly he practiced unconsciously as imitation, when these
    • — but a real architect who works out of the forms —
    • there is, for this reverence can have an immeasurable formative
    • consciousness is still being formed, and something of the outer
    • in its forms and so forth. All this the child absorbs
    • which the child experiences as forms of movement, lines
    • remaining organism that forms itself out of the conflict of
    • particularly music, co-operates in the formation of man.
    • First it forms him, then it is dammed up as it halts at the
    • musical achievement performed in the reciprocal action between
    • it were, the principal forms, the scheme of arrangement, of the
    • Such things we should consider carefully in forming our picture
    • concepts that can transform themselves into feelings, into the
    • transformed in the life after death into the “music of
    • human being will be better formed in his next life if during
    • death, especially if we have often absorbed it in the form
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • its sculptures, those great, ideal, and perfect human forms described
    • which are still preserved; we see forms clothed with the toga, which
    • belonging to the Roman Republic that one feels as if the ideal forms
    • fleshly form upon the physical plane. The spirit had come completely
    • the form of the Pyramids and the Temple change to that of the Roman
    • need only call up this figure before our eyes in the wonderful form
    • a crowd of angelic forms. Let us now allow our feeling to be
    • from the woman. No! These wonderfully delicate angel-forms we see in
    • fleeting angel-forms, which seems as if brought down from the clouds
    • characteristic form of architecture! We must exert ourselves mentally
    • Egyptian priest felt according to his form of religion. Later we shall
    • expressed in the Egyptian form of religion was very profound; it was
    • spiritual forms just as he now sees fleshly forms. He saw Baldur,
    • as their densest form transparent etheric bodies. When at night man
    • forms; and when in the morning he again drew into his physical body he
    • formed between this spiritual part and the earthly world; we must form
    • what is earthly, we can see how kamaloka with its mysterious forms
    • the physical head. In animals this formation has remained to the
    • may be seen towering upwards as a form of light above the horse's nose
    • and still possessed a somewhat lower animal form.
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture II: Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple sleep. Isis and the Madonna. Past stages of Evolution. The bestowing of the Ego. Future Powers.
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    • form a clear conception of the two extremes which have to be
    • the patient perceived etheric forms in the spiritual world, and the
    • forms, and the priest, because of the power he possessed through his
    • today), was able to control the entire sleep. He formed and fashioned
    • appeared before the sleeper, as if by magic, those forms which at one
    • forms — concerning which the various peoples still possessed a
    • For example, let us take the simple conception 3 x 3=9. Children form
    • as it was formerly in the hands of the Egyptian priests; at that time,
    • etheric forms; among whom we once lived, when we were able to be
    • possessed a far more impermanent, a far softer form; his body was
    • vapours. In this man lived as a true airy form, and the currents
    • surrounding the earth passed in and out of him. Man's form was almost
    • form, only the form of man at that time was firmer and more defined.
    • sphere around him. That was the form of reproduction at a time when
    • before him those primeval forms which were fertilized, not from their
    • lay in the temple-sleep beheld the form of her who was the mother of
    • the companions of such forms as floated around them, and they brought
    • ancient forms in an abnormal way, as in temple-sleep, the pictured
    • has no mortal raised, for she is the form which was there when death
    • sexless self-propagating human forms was perceived as a masculine
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture III: The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
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    • live, and which forms the centre of our studies.
    • earth and sun still formed one body up to our own day. We saw also
    • the mere material physical being of which the outer senses inform us,
    • similarly formed animals have one “ I ,” or ego, in common.
    • world. In order that you may form an idea of such a group-ego imagine
    • there these continuations meet together and form the garment or
    • must imagine this entire form as hollowed out, that it resembles a
    • peculiarly formed rays. Picture to yourselves forms of light, or rays,
    • clairvoyantly you see this physical form surrounded by the light of
    • ray-formations which extend endlessly in all directions into space.
    • by the light-forms of the etheric body, these rays of light appear to
    • is a centre in himself, a “man-centre.” Plants form a wider
    • centre; taken together they form an “earth-centre”; and the
    • egos of minerals form the circumference of the earth-sphere. Wherever
    • solidification, and formation of the mineral earth, in order that man
    • the sun formed one body. Man was already there though he lived under
    • will know that everything he eats is the external form of something
    • densest form had only an etheric body. Those figures which have
    • body completely. Man will then have formed a higher principle, this
    • body, which has been transformed by the ego.
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture IV: The Outer Manifestations of Spiritual Beings in the Elements. Their connection with Man. Cosmic partitions. The Myth of Osiris.
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    • substance, in spite of the fact that no solid form endures in this
    • in it in continually changing forms, although it is not possible to
    • physical body is in a form not represented by any solid, clearly
    • Angelic Beings dwelt in water it is preferably that form of water
    • of Form. It is they who give form to everything around us. Wherever
    • things are seen with a distinct form this is due to the activity of
    • Form is still higher. We shall best understand what this is if we
    • human beings. As if from a higher kingdom, the Spirits of Form have
    • Spirits of Form have the task of working on the earth as a whole,
    • encounter the Spirits of Form.
    • of Form on the earth, and these are called, according to Christian
    • principle ruled upon the Ancient Sun, as the Spirits of Form rule upon
    • of Form. All these Hierarchies are continually in some sort of
    • Form, whom we look up to and reverence as very exalted Beings, passed
    • of fire; but the Spirits of Form no longer require our planetary
    • Spirits of Form tore from the earth its finer substances; in this way
    • outside. In the sunlight the spiritual nature of the Spirits of Form
    • of Form, etc. Only the germ of man dwelt in this globe, as yet he had
    • this globule becomes oblate, how drops break from it, how these form
    • gradually formed that which today we know as our planetary system.
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture V: The sacrifice of the substance by the Thrones, Kyriotetes, Dynami's, and Exusiai. Jehovah and the Elohim, and their co-operative activity in the stages of human Development.
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    • evolution of humanity, are the Spirits of Form. They are the Beings
    • leader of the Spirits of Form remained with the earth, and later
    • sent down their forces to us with the light — the Spirits of Form
    • condition of the Sun spirits. They form a very important group of
    • The first rudiments of the physical body were formed as far back as on
    • gaseous; if you imagine his physical body formed only of warmth, such
    • ancient Saturn. But that body was not formed as it is now, it had only
    • the most rudimentary germs of a form. This was particularly the case
    • You must not imagine this body of warmth as being uniform or
    • “felt out” warmth formations. The whole of Saturn consisted
    • of forms of warmth alone, and these were the original foundations of
    • Saturn changed into the Sun formation. Externally it is the case that
    • now. Let us try to form an idea, if only a rough one, of the physical
    • in-breathed air, which in effect forms an image of the whole human
    • air and the warmth in mind. You then have in imagination a form before
    • and its activity. If you observed the form of this in-breathed air and
    • form man had at the middle of the Sun period.
    • these, currents of gas which form the physical body, how does the
    • form of warmth it begins to shine. Hence upon the Sun the physical
    • condition of rest. On the material side the airy formation condensed
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VI: The Spirits of Form as regents of earthly existence. Participation of the, Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
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    • The Spirits of Form as regents of earthly existence.
    • Participation of the Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
    • The Spirits of Form as regents of earthly existence. Participation of the Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
    • of Form, or Exusiai as they are called in Christian esotericism, are
    • matter is contained in the fact that these Spirits of Form worked in
    • substances, they left the earth and formed a new field for their
    • What do we mean when we say: “The Spirits of Form are the special
    • the Spirits of Form, of whom Jehovah is one, were active even at that
    • Motion giving him an astral body on the Moon, did the Spirits of Form
    • astral body within himself could the Spirits of Form give him what we
    • now know as the human form. The form you are able to observe in your
    • development before man could rise to his present noble form. If asked
    • why the Spirits of Form could not set to work on Saturn we must reply:
    • the Sun, formed one planet of a very fine substance. The Spirits of
    • Form were even then active, working slowly and gradually at the human
    • certain conclusion, when the human form was, in a way, finished. This
    • received a form essentially the same as he has today. Before then his
    • etheric body is nowadays approximately the same in size and form as
    • Spirits of Form had completed the construction of his form. So long as
    • man had not received the completed physical form, the form he was to
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VII: Animal forms -- the physiognomical expression of human passions. The religion of Egypt -- a remembrance of Lemurian times. Fish and serpent symbols. The remembrance of Atlantis in Europe. The Light of Christ.
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    • Animal forms — the physiognomical expression of human passions. The religion of Egypt — a remembrance of Lemurian times. Fish and serpent symbols. The remembrance of Atlantis in Europe. The Light of Christ.
    • middle of the Atlantean epoch that the true human form appeared. In
    • form of man was very mobile; not only could he move his limbs as at
    • or bad his external shape assumed a different form. It was impossible
    • external bodily form immediately expressed it, therefore man appeared
    • and thoughts? They are the shapes of animals. When we observe the form
    • imparted at once to the soft body (which was really only formed out of
    • forms and fell behind in evolution. Anyone who looks with really
    • all these forms, for in my inner being I experienced the qualities
    • nature only, and take on no external form. This is what man's higher
    • not the same form as that in which they appeared in past ages, for
    • time in man's outward form, giving him the semblance of a lion, that
    • this form then hardened, and the genus lion originated. Since that
    • same form as at that time. The present lion is the descendant of a
    • We must not, however, imagine that all the animal forms we see around
    • forming the various animal-like shapes.
    • it as religious knowledge. The Egyptian form of religion contained as
    • of the Atlantean epoch the present human form was only gradually
    • Form; the totality of what we find in man today was first formed
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • way to form a clear idea of what in Spiritual or Occult Science is
    • the same form as upon earth, but we do discover that each planet, each
    • receiving into him the Christ-Principle; the material form of a planet
    • arranged according to the highest wisdom so as to form a support
    • ingrained in everything that exists on earth, had to take form
    • love, had to be in its lowest form. This happened during the Lemurian
    • love in its lowest form began through the separation of the sexes. All
    • form, a feeling of “belonging to each other” which,
    • lower creations, and will thus transform the earth. In a far distant
    • future he will transform the entire substance of the earth, and so
    • Animal forms on the various planetary existences are partly alike and
    • If we now pass to the mineral kingdom we find in the forms of crystals
    • the formative forces of the mineral kingdom we find forces which reach
    • those forms of the mineral kingdom through which the light passes, to
    • forms at present the foundation of our life, is the mineral. It has a
    • Though he is adapted, through his outward form, to the conditions of
    • as sense perception is of the earth, so also is the form of
    • consciousness has remained in our power to form memory pictures. These
    • consciousness plants have, but in a sleeping form. If one rises to
    • tones which give it form, and give to the fruit its character. The sun
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The progress of man. His conquest of the physical plane in the post-Atlantean civilizations. The beginning and up-building of the 'I am.' The chosen people.
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    • gradually acquired his present form; we will now extend our study of
    • around him he at the same time gained that form of self-consciousness
    • relationship of man to the universe we must try to form a conception,
    • category of divine beings experience all they had formerly been able
    • the Greeks represent in many artistic forms as the Satyr, the Hermes,
    • Formerly we had connection with the spiritual world, but we have
    • world; they felt all the forms they had previously seen were like a
    • its complete form; this only came later, but those who were the most
    • being conscious of our ego. In short, the consciousness of a formless
    • God was now evolved, a God who does not appear in outward form, but
    • which is a very old one, was transformed in the course of man's
    • There, where God is formless, man strove to form an idea of Him and to
    • Now, there was formed within the third age of civilization a small
    • Christ has not only come once, but only once in personal form; His
    • exactly the same (in an external, symbolic, yet true form) as in the
    • coming of Christ, held most firmly to the conception of a formless
    • remember an old form. This people with its Jehovah-religion became in
    • hence the idea of the power of the formless God spread through all the
    • How could this God first obtain a form that could be comprehended by a
    • Southern Europe another group was being formed. Certain men had come
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture X: The reflection in the fourth epoch of mans experiences with the ancient Gods and their way of the Cross. The Christ-Mystery.
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    • though tinted by passing through coloured glass, so the Christ-form
    • the full depth of meaning of this formula but it is important to
    • the direct way. Certain spiritual beings, those who had formerly been
    • appeared as in the ordinary course of events, where a form is provided
    • that is able to again transform the bones that is, to lead men
    • form before he could recognize Him, for he could no longer penetrate
    • expression of what Christ can be to a transformed world when in the
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The reversing of Egyptian remembrance into material forms by way of Arabism. The harmonizing of Egyptian remembrance. The Christian impulse of power in Rosicrucianism.
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    • The reversing of Egyptian remembrance into material forms by way of Arabism. The harmonizing of Egyptian remembrance. The Christian impulse of power in Rosicrucianism.
    • They tried at that time to preserve the physical form of man, and this
    • form is thus preserved the soul after death is still connected in a
    • certain way with the form it bore during life. Thought-forms are
    • called up in the soul, these cling to the sensible form, and when the
    • these thought-forms endure.
    • form which demonstrates certain things symbolically. The close union
    • of spirit — the formative human spirit — and the physical
    • form had not yet been completed. We see this with special clearness in
    • the Atlantean etheric human form. In its physical form the Sphinx
    • in the forms of Greek plastic art; and the moral life, the destiny of
    • consciousness so as to re-appear in a newer, higher form through the
    • say: That spiritual form which was preserved in men's minds as Osiris
    • forms than races. While it is true that the races have arisen through
    • on the earth today were incarnated formerly in Egyptian bodies and
    • the unconscious memory of it that impelled him to renew, in a form
    • materialistic form, as the Copernican theory.
    • Sphinx, that wondrous, enigmatic form which later became the Sphinx of
    • that the Sphinx is built up from that human form which on the physical
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    • Knowledge. The older forms of scientific classification,
    • been formed, almost, I might say, so that the various
    • conformable to reality.
    • We only live in the ideas which have been formed since the
    • formed ideas; man had first to struggle through to such
    • people, was due to the particular form which the
    • phenomena in the picture formed by the mathematical,
    • form the world-concept takes. But it is not a question
    • Fundamentally, it is on this basis that the particular form
    • on one another, moving around each other, — forming, as
    • the astronomic form of knowledge into every phenomenon of the
    • rational form of therapy, that is to say, to understand the
    • know of course that the question of the form of
    • through a transformation which it is possible to picture
    • form an idea of what it really means when I turn a glove
    • by which what was formerly outside is turned inward, and what
    • the inversion quite a new form arises. The form may appear
    • perhaps, purely through the inversion, this form arises
    • Such a form might
    • a form which, when inverted, becomes our skull bones! In the
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    • form certain preliminary ideas. We must first build up
    • the Sun. The Sun formed the central point, as it were, for
    • performs approximately 365 such rotations in the year, there
    • way. We will not disdain to form a basis today with seemingly
    • and the Tropical. The Polar and the tropical form a
    • observe man and have in mind the human form, we can say the
    • form seriously.) The head, the part of the human form which
    • the whole formation of man — with the relations of the
    • human form in the various regions of the Earth, shows us a
    • forms the insect assumes. We can now say to ourselves: Maybe
    • side also! Will they perhaps only show it in its true form
    • such a way as to reach man. Then we should have to form a
    • human form — the threefold being of man. Thus do the
    • formed from the entire Universe.
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    • information or revelation from the Universe which the Earth
    • life of the Earth shoots outward into form. The leaves unfold
    • no longer shoots into outward form; it concentrates, if I may
    • influence the vegetative life shoots outward into form; under
    • year. Something which works formatively and creatively upon
    • respect to the whole man (the former belonging, in
    • planets. This Law assumes a more complicated form. “The
    • Now write it in a somewhat different form. Write it
    • — but take what is living still in Kepler's form,
    • inasmuch as you move in the line which is formed by the
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    • consider the whole way in which ideas have been formed in
    • however, distinguish two things in the formation of these
    • this way, — pursuing the modern method of forming
    • concepts in this particular field, — we must first form
    • so far in these concepts that even if the picture in the form
    • very significant mental pictures, to be formed from the facts
    • of observation. And yet, in the very forming of them we must
    • which were formed, as described, in the course of scientific
    • a concept formed, not from the whole but only from a part of
    • formed from the study of our planetary system as a whole,
    • already no little danger in forming such a concept as that
    • forming such a concept, to turn back to reality in order to
    • directly they have formed a concept, to go back to reality in
    • I should have to make it of india-rubber, or form it flexibly
    • had formed the ellipse which is there in one
    • said to form Nodes. The lines, joining the two Nodes
    • evident. Starting from this, one might again try to form the
    • circles. I went to a performance in which he read his own
    • direction, but nothing is given by which you might form an
    • definite way, in a form which can be grasped at least
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    • are expressed by our Astronomy in geometrical forms and
    • mathematical formulae. We do not contain the whole
    • certain point onward can be grasped in picture-form, or even
    • what we observe in terms of diagrams, formulas and
    • today cannot yet recognize the form and construction of a
    • same time there is an alteration of the form, an alteration
    • inside outward. Only if we follow the metamorphosis of forms
    • three forms of processes all that is functional in man is
    • forming of ideas and mental pictures. It is unnecessary here
    • while the forming of ideas and mental pictures takes us more
    • forming of ideas. (Please do not take offense at the
    • mechanical forms of thought in which we feel most secure.
    • namely in our forming of ideas.
    • all that happens in the forming of the embryo, — must
    • one time towards picture-forming and at another time towards
    • our present studies — intended, as they are, to form a
    • to penetrate into reality and find the means of forming an
    • even as he did in an older form in the Yoga system, — a
    • form no longer possible today.
    • be no use if I were simply to add another formal picture of the
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    • thought-forms, in the celestial spaces on the one hand, and
    • the most highly sublimated forms — we are led back, to
    • deduction — the form in which the Middle Ages used to
    • to whether the concepts and ideas, which man forms and puts
    • are merely formal summarizations of the external sensory
    • creates for himself as a mere formal summary, having no
    • enjoying certain forms of cultural and spiritual life will at
    • spatial form — you find it again in
    • before — in former cycles. It is a rhythm; our
    • man in a concentrated and contracted form — and the
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    • terms, or at least into rigid forms. For when we study things
    • from a formal aspect we tend to pass quite involuntarily into
    • rigid forms, even if we went to keep them mobile. But the
    • rigid, formal concepts. We cannot build an astronomical
    • his environment, stop forming concepts in this direction. He
    • cannot but do so. There is no sense whatever in formulating
    • form concepts remote from reality, going off at a tangent, —
    • reality of this domain we must being by forming these two
    • of the sense-perception transformed and assimilated into a
    • and are thereby active in our inner life, forming mental
    • pictures and ideas. In all this forming of mental pictures we
    • forming of mental pictures — is a more inward process than
    • other hand — our forming of mental pictures — is very
    • forming of mental pictures — has undergone a change
    • pictures. While forming mental pictures we do not really
    • forming of mental pictures — is more closely bound to
    • daily influences, as I showed, are those which tend to form
    • can we form true ideas of the relations — including
    • life of sense-perception in its present form. (The life of
    • here referring to the form it takes in present time.)
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    • continuing the rather more formal lines of thought with which
    • power of ideation — the forming of mental pictures. The
    • being formed in a more inward region of our bodily organic
    • like our dream-life. Our forming of mental pictures would be
    • forming of mental images — was especially developed,
    • inner life — in our ideation, our forming of mental
    • image-forming power with his sense-perceptions. Another tends
    • itself from the yearly course of the Sun, in that it forms
    • obliged to form a far more concrete idea of the Ether, of
    • terms. I said that in the formulae of Physics, wherever the
    • the well-known formulae should be looked through with this
    • Whatever in our formulae is to represent the effects of
    • thing I will say today, if only to formulate the problem. For
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    • have to use the element of figure and form, the mathematical,
    • begin with, nothing more than a form of optical picture,
    • But now, this curve has various forms,
    • The curve has different forms, according to whether b, as I
    • curve is changed and it takes on this form
    • And if b = a, the curve passes over into a quite special form,
    • it changes into this form
    • obtain the special form of the Lemniscate. The
    • lemniscate, then, is a special form of Curve of Cassini
    • particular form assumed by the curve is determined by the
    • only these two constant magnitudes, b and a, and the form of
    • form a continuous mental picture of this curve, what must you
    • difference. The curve of Cassini in its various forms is the
    • point M, and then a constant quotient to be formed through
    • this we find different forms of the circle (that is,
    • proportion of m to n. These different forms of the circle
    • forms, the lemniscate and the form in which there are two
    • inside here and the outside here; while in a second form of
    • curve, the first form of the circle would correspond to the
    • closed forms, as far as the lemniscate. After this we have
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    • form, I showed how the connections should be thought of
    • part of Goethe — to derive the formation of the bones
    • of one form of bone into another was conceived on the one
    • far removed from one another in the aspect of their form
    • the form and bringing a whole range of phenomena into
    • opposite, once more, in regard to their form. We only begin
    • inner to the outside, I get a form similar to the original
    • such a way that the form which was inside and has now been
    • the human being: The outer universe, forming the outside of
    • forms; morphologically, they mediate between the two opposite
    • between the forming of mental images and the life of will can
    • day-waking consciousness, forming the content of our
    • is formative in our organisation, in a much more real way
    • than when, in picture form, it becomes active in our life of
    • have no right to explain the form and development of the
    • think of this relationship more concretely than in the form
    • forms the basis for our life of knowledge, we are directed
    • forms of the minerals then we must also see the effect of
    • what works in the cosmic sphere itself in forming our faculty
    • more definite form can they be of use in helping us to grasp
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    • the forming of the head to all that derives from the great
    • form of picture which has evolved through the great changes
    • true form of the underlying reality, while what the eye
    • emphasised how to this end the form of man must be seen in
    • presuppose what we arrived at in former lectures — the
    • kind of qualitative mathematics, learned from the human form
    • find that it no longer presents the same uniform picture, but
    • present form, we must be clear that the form of it changes in
    • is of peculiar form. In a certain direction it seems to move
    • phenomenon, though somewhat different in shape and form.
    • and other planets) is so formed that the loop is completely
    • form of Lemniscate were brought about in which the lower
    • draw it into the human form and figure.
    • form, in diverse ways inscribed in human nature. These things
    • Lemniscate with its loop-formation a morphological key to the
    • you find it necessary to modify the form of Lemniscate. At a
    • certain point you must imagine it transformed; the
    • transformation is already indicated in the forming of the
    • rigid forms of curve in a rigid Euclidean space, would help
    • us little if we tried applying it to organic forms. Only by
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    • have also been drawing attention to the form of man, and
    • incidentally, from time to time, to the forms of animal and
    • however, it is the human form and figure we have
    • formation of man is in some way related to what finds
    • formulate it with great care.
    • shall find the formative principle of the looped curve or
    • three formative principles
    • recognise these formative principles in the human organism,
    • underlying formative principle is the Lemniscate, none the
    • follow the human form and figure upward and downward from
    • vanish, nestling away, so to speak, in the internal formative
    • dominates the middle part of man. Only, the formative forces
    • the formative principle of the moving Lemniscate is combined
    • as being fundamental to the form and figure, to the whole
    • forming and configuration of the human body. (By the word
    • purely and simply what is made manifest in the forming of
    • outside us which is the principle of form within us. Let us
    • now follow this loop-forming principle in greater detail. Is
    • lines, we shall indeed relate the loop-formation of Saturn,
    • opposition. Whilst, inasmuch as Venus and Mercury form their
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    • movement of the planets, the apparent forms of which we have
    • been studying, he propounds peculiar mathematical formulae.
    • the centre of the latter circle moves along the former. The
    • school. Here it cannot be said that the forming of
    • return to the former method, simply uniting by mathematical
    • does. Once more, translated into modern forms of speech, the
    • connected Jupiter, Saturn and Mars with the forming of the
    • human head, Venus and Mercury with the forming of what is
    • Saturn and Mars with the forming of all that is above the
    • become enlightened; the men of former times were simple, with
    • equations — a mere transformation, in effect, yet there
    • Nature in all their variedness of form and kind.
    • so drawn as to show the formative process returning upon
    • plant-forming process speeding on into the mineral, whilst
    • the animal-forming process turns back upon itself to become
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    • co-ordinated with what is formed in the living human body,
    • plant body, are so formed that if we recognise the
    • characteristic lines of form (as for example we did in
    • in the way we form our human thoughts.
    • illustrated really lived in olden time. The form at least,
    • therefore, near the periphery, a centre forms, from which the
    • forces should help form both man and beast. That forces
    • forming and configuration of our body, is intelligible. Such
    • different form the Moon-sphere.
    • they do, they are in mutual relation. Some element of form
    • the other hand the organic forms in which you can well
    • imagine that they find expression. Form and formation of the
    • then is qualitatively, what in its quantitative form is the
    • carrying the animal-forming process to extremes. Whilst in
    • the mineral, the plant-forming process has overreached
    • itself; in man on the contrary the animal-forming process has
    • happens, in this formation of man as compared to the animal?
    • lectures. Study the share of the Solar entity in the forming
    • this permeation of animal form and development with cosmic
    • Sun-substantiality. Look at the forms as they are. Then you
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    • forming of man and what appears in the celestial phenomena.
    • Copernican theories in forming our pictured synthesis of the
    • difficulties are formidable. Earlier in these lectures we
    • form ratios between the periods of revolution of the planets
    • Three*, we get into formidable difficulties in spatial
    • comprehend the form of man himself. We are then let to this:-
    • dealing with organic Nature, we can try to form ideas upon
    • should again get the form of a tubular bone, needless to say.
    • towards the Sphere, will then receive this form
    • belongs to the rhythmic system, and it will somehow form the
    • recognise the organ when entirely transformed, de-formed;
    • real understanding of the human form and figure will lead us
    • thinking of the human form and figure I need the
    • phenomena within an ordinary rigid form of space.
    • more, one that involves variations of form. Let us at least
    • forms. One, not unlike an ellipse: — this form arose when the
    • indicated. The second form was the lemniscate. The third form
    • mere relationship of form — as between any organ in the head
    • form in the human head you wish to make a transition to the
    • understanding of a form in the human metabolic system then
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    • shall be able to determine the forms of movement of the
    • heavenly bodies, and — in addition to the forms of
    • determine first the curve-forms (inasmuch as forms of
    • formed as I have done for very definite reasons.
    • scientific education, I have attempted to form these lectures
    • distinctions if we wish to find true forms of curves for the
    • diverse are the forms of curves that arise in man himself
    • through the forces that build and form him. We ascertained
    • quite different forms of curve in the region of the
    • limbs. The two types of form are none the less related, but
    • forming and shaping forces of the human body we have two
    • movements as the “rotating, shearing and deforming
    • time study the form and formation of the human body and look
    • forming and development of man does indeed take place in
    • transformation, when it takes place with our deliberate
    • being transformed, yet so that the transformation takes place
    • organization. The metabolic transformation must also be
    • out for us — a metabolic process of transformation for
    • metabolic process (a transformation of substance) is taking
    • place. We let the Cosmos move us; a transformation of
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    • been saying. The forms of our inner organisation, in the
    • position in the heavens. We may formulate it thus: —
    • have to seek an understanding of the human form, — its
    • grows upward, a kind of invisible plant-formation grows down
    • to meet him. It is a plant-form with its roots unfolding up
    • plant-forming process, opposite to the man-forming process.
    • than this: While on the Earth craters are formed by outward
    • will begin by drawing the ordinary hypothetical form of solar system
    • along with the course of Earth and Sun, the path-forms of the
    • also formulate it thus: What we behold in Venus and Mercury
    • can form scarcely be more than diagrammatic.
    • has to be applied. From the accepted formulae, one
    • holding fast to the conventional formulae and being led to
    • formulae themselves — make them inherently mobile
    • harmony between the movements in the Heavens and the form of
    • own form and stature — you will be able to compose the
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    • right way. We cannot form true ideas of what we see if we do
    • where form components of forces in the direction of the path
    • must also have been formed in a surrounding medium;
    • certain curves — and arithmetical formulae. Yet as we
    • saw, these curves and formulae are never in full agreement
    • contain the phenomena of the Heavens in succinct formulae or
    • of it by dint of calculation. We never do contrive a formula
    • system in a precise and finished form; it would at most be
    • rigidity and on the other hand to the forming of ever-mobile
    • established form.
    • changes the gesture of its form, which is in fact
    • laws. See then what form is taken by the same type or
    • deformation or whether you follow the lines along which the
    • any other form than was provided for by the accustomed
    • treatment — to a projective form of mathematics and
    • maintain, for it is true: to the ordinary forms of
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    • endeavour is a return to original sources. The clamor for a new form of
    • of that bourgeois culture. You give the nature of education new forms,
    • but into these new forms you cast what you have absorbed of the old. For
    • secondary education a democratic form; up to now the various states have
    • present form. In those that will take their place the object will be to
    • examinations, which will take a very different form from their present
    • not in what was spoken formerly but in languages as used today by the
    • teaching that is not in one form or another retained for the whole of
    • the information they needed about conditions in life was by lectures on
    • lectures are always interspersed with general information about nature.
    • formed, by the whole mode of treatment, as well as the necessary
    • form — another leap from sepal to petal. It is so too in the
    • which can be understood only by reason of a form of education belonging
    • Eucken or Paulsen, or anyone else you want information about, take up one
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    • pedagogical form or, perhaps it is better to say, a kind of
    • society was formed concerned with college education. Its President was
    • real nature of the living human being, not in the formal way in which he
    • completion, or by some other device, it is sought to form an idea of the
    • consider experimental psychology of value; in the form in which it has
    • times, we have to overcome three forms of compulsion, the survivals of
    • in various forms — the compulsion of the priesthood. We should make
    • were able to gain a clear idea of the forming of associations in future
    • connected, you see economic capitalism on the one hand forming
    • spiritual-political masquerading in various forms. All this is united in
    • of their impracticability, already in a most decided form the elements of
    • to which they formed part of industry — until they arrived at the
    • movement; these people have no notion what form the struggles of the
    • an elementary form within Anglo-Americanism, which all have a political
    • should form real relations with all three, that he should work, actually
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    • anywhere. Nothing comes of them because, though thoughts may be formed
    • when transformed into reality. Reality is not willing to put up so
    • when reforming the sphere of education socially is pre-eminently the
    • even ask to have in a more pronounced form. For there is scarcely one
    • superfluous to give people in a true form concepts that are logical or
    • actually he gets the information needed by reading the copy he has
    • architectural forms, the direction of the lines, in what they portrayed,
    • artist in such a way that each single form is in harmony with what his
    • being formed, there flows into the soul as a side-stream of the spiritual
    • judge what is going on around them. Hence all the information, coming for
    • formed by people about what is necessary for them on the grounds of their
    • surface in man by his present education which now is forming man's
    • today to form the most trivial judgment about what is meant here than,
    • the Dornach building to form a social State when the threefold social
    • cost of others. It is simply the direst form of capitalism. As for the
    • We should never, even in the forming of our sentences, confront mankind
    • imply? But the cry throughout the land should be: How can we get a form
    • the first importance. No one can form a right conception of what is
    • the courage to admit that radical change must go as far as reforming our
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    • professor." Of these, the formative effect of the rhetorician's cultivation
    • the “intellectual professor.” Of these, the formative effect of
    • takes its true form in you yourselves, if to a certain extent
    • which will give us the form for the Pedagogy necessary for the
    • when they are formulated in any way must then be expressed
    • before the whole world in the form which is considered correct.
    • original form. It could only have an undesirable effect upon
    • be finished, for it is formed out of the forces of our last
    • organization will really show its true form, namely the form of



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