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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • faculty existing to-day, which in its approach to the outer world
    • over the outer reaches of universal space what we actually lived in
    • in outer space. The soul then lives as it will live consciously in
    • falling asleep and awaking. Here, too, we are in the outer world, but
    • essentially in that outer world belonging to the earth.
    • permits only of that cold, natural-scientific observation of the outer
    • outer has become the inner, and the inner, outer. And so we have
    • must take on life once more. What was once outer must be built up
    • the outer world, as though: containing Saturn, Sun, Moon, Earth,
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • or of the ear — both the inward form and the outer configuration
    • find ourselves by looking away from the outer world and concentrating
    • ourselves to the things of the outer world. In the consonants we
    • always have after-formations, imitations of what the outer world
    • ourselves to the forms and shapes of the outer world. In the vowels we
    • While in the consonants we adapt ourselves to the outer world. The
    • orientation in the outer world. He cannot yet walk or stand. True, he
    • sense-perception, situated as they are at the outer periphery of our
    • penetrates towards us. There is the outer sun, the sunlight comes to
    • But I think your heart will still be left cold. Let outer physical
    • as objectively as in outer science. Yet it strikes down into the man
    • world than is perceptible to the outer senses. And above all, we feel
    • are most rich in feeling; and in outer earthly life it must be so. But
    • seven years of life we are absolutely devoted to the outer world;
    • outer world — until your seventh year, until the change of teeth.
  • Title: Lecture: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • gentle phosphorescent glow, this living music, are an outer revelation
    • the created world, which is really nothing but the outer Glory of
    • from outside, in their outer garments.
    • once more to behold, and to know, and to understand, through the outer
    • all that is outer garment of the Divine, and in a life within
    • the true beholding of the outer garment. He must learn to penetrate to
    • the Being through the outer garment. He must not stop at the outer
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • in the anthroposophical community shows how little able the outer
    • life's outer needs continue on, and he cannot get away from them in a
    • between his continuing outer life and the ideal life and knowledge
    • their outer lives into a life that, while I cannot call it unreal,
    • is receiving something that is not available in the outer life one is
    • manager in the outer world, though with an Anthroposophical Society
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • outer circumstances to be qualified to judge of such things. And then
    • outer life with all its traditions, and what we regard as the
    • structure of the outer physical world. In short, they were men who
  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • those memories acquired by opening ourselves to the outer world and
    • parallel with the activating of thinking. These outer exercises
    • isolated from outer nature than they had felt before, because in
    • conception of outer nature. These two ways are open to human
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • to the outer world through the rhythmic processes within him. The
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • ideas, but which refer to an outer objective content, not to an
    • its outer appearance through these Imaginations. Exactly in the same
    • reality of this sense world, of the underlying objective outer world,
    • can be indicated step by step. It is in no sense an outer way. It is
    • the thinking with some outer perception. I have shown that this pure
    • in rhythmic interchange with an outer force active in the
    • through Intuition really to know the outer world. We see how the
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • in the outer world, was wont to be symbolised. Certain it is
    • aware not only of the outer, physical aspect of Nature, but
    • to be slaughtered. All outer life was stilled; it was
    • that pervades a man when, unmindful of the outer world, he
    • the feeling of sinking down into the outer physical darkness,
    • into the outer physical death of Nature; we also understand
    • plunge into darkness, into the death of outer Nature, there
    • physical matter, with the outer physical plane. But we must
    • with the world of the outer physical plane. But this Ego that
    • in the outer world has taken such a hold in every sphere that
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • the outer world of the senses. Such teachings were given in connection
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • he withdrew from the outer work in this area. His ideas have been worked
    • outer side of the spiritual life, there is a very real
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 2: On Propaganda of the Threefold Social Order
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    • he withdrew from the outer work in this area. His ideas have been worked
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • are bound to laws in the outer world.
    • somewhere in the air, it falls down. If in looking at the outer
    • The world of pictures becomes transparent, and the outer
    • outer world than we have without this knowledge.
    • relationship to the outer world than usual, even regarding the
    • not the point. For the materialist who approaches the outer
    • ossification of the head a trivial outer expression of
    • with outer means than to be told that the soul needs an inner
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1
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    • considered in their right connection. Outer conditions
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 2
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    • with the outer world; we perceive through eyes and ears,
    • intercourse with the outer world. What happens — happens
    • on the one side there is the relationship to the outer world
    • anything else in the outer world it appears to you as a
    • consciousness, a cosmic consciousness. Outer experiences will
  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • as outer symbolic pictures in comparisons and indications
    • you as it were images but because you see the outer world as an
    • called Ahura Mazdao, the being who had his outer corporeality
    • precursor within fire, for example, and not as a stiff, outer,
    • of the “I,” had to fall away. Outer representations
    • outer boundary of the six days, but on the seventh day your
    • Not in outer images should the Divine within people be
    • “I,” work in the outer world. What had been founded
    • you how also the outer rules of conduct are given in order not
    • to venerate the Divine also brings prosperity to outer things
    • the outer social relationships to prosper.
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture I: The Being of Man
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    • experience, but for the Initiate the astral body can become an outer
    • auric light streaming around it. This is the outer form of expression
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • of the child, so that the outer world has no access to the child. At
    • his sense-organs. All the impressions they receive from the outer world
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • outer world. I must sink into my inner being and seek for Him in my
    • thoughts and learnt from the resistance he encountered that the outer
    • the outer world confronted him as something he could not understand;
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XII: Occult Develpment
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    • and his outer senses. He lives and works in what we call the waking
    • dreams you no longer see things which originate in the outer world or
    • who allowed the distractions of the outer world to gain a hold on him
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIII: Oriental and Christian Training
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    • to do only what the outer world demands of him. He must even suppress
    • for outer forms. The further a European has got away from religious
    • outer world; it can only be conceived in thought, and the same is true of
    • in the outer world. It is the same with another kind of concept: for
    • of Christian Initiation. He will know by two signs, an outer and an
    • inner, that he has gone thus far. The outer sign is that he feels as
    • come to me.” The outer sign of this is that the pupil feels a
    • kind of prickling pain all over his body. The outer sign is that in
    • because of all that he holds most sacred. The outer sign of this is
    • not despise it, any more than he does any other tool. The outer sign
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • “objective” wave-movements in outer space. What he
    • reference to the outer world. We may count peas as well as electrons.
    • conclusions about the outer processes to which our arithmetic is then
    • to outer Nature. I mean Geometry, — all that is known by means
    • without looking into outer Nature. We spin and weave them out of
    • ourselves. We may make outer drawings on them, but this is only to
    • illustrate by outer drawings, we might equally well imagine purely in
    • things purely in the mind, using the crutches of outer illustration
    • derived from a realm which, to begin with, is quite away from outer
    • third thing which we do, still before reaching outer Nature. I am
    • movements. You need not observe any process in outer Nature; you can
    • outer drawing; I could simply have instructed you in thought to form
    • outer Nature there is really something like the point a
    • mental activity. Forces you have to measure in the outer world. The
    • other way than by an outer experiment. There is no proof by dint of
    • forces must be derived empirically, by dint of outer experience.
    • be tried and tested by us in the outer world. Our scientists however
    • involves realities of the outer world. What, in effect, must be
    • world of thought so that they then hold good in outer Nature, we get
    • Taking my start from d, I should have to go to the outermost
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • into the realm of outer, empirical, purely physical experience. We
    • outer Nature, — not even to what is mechanical in Nature. To
    • move, it must be something in outer space. In short, we must suppose
    • at it, — by mere outer observation? Or is there after all
    • outer object in our experiment swims in the water, so does the brain
    • time and can build no bridge from thence to the outer reality of
    • into its thinking. — so to connect outer phenomena like the one
    • to the relation you enter into with the outer world whenever you
    • — I wish to speak today. I mean the relation to the outer world
    • outer world than where we impinge on matter and make acquaintance
    • part in the outer world. Our forces of consciousness in some way
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • undergo instils this mental habit. Thinking of outer Nature, people
    • violet, I now get the outer edges red, with violet in the middle and
    • outer objects rays of light are supposed to proceed and thence to
    • of it, the cornea. This outermost integument (I have here drawn it)
    • outer world. At this place in the human body therefore — in the
    • liquid or aqueous humour of the eye, between the lens and the outer
    • the outer world. The lens too is to a high degree
    • nature of the outer light is here at work, bringing about that
    • emerges for us from the relation of the eye to the outer world. Now
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • with outer reality, my dear Friends, till we are thoroughly clear on
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • appearing to the outer senses, was taken note of; then, to explain
    • this outer semblance, all kinds of theoretical inventions were added
    • Something in our outer world communicates itself to us when we are
    • in direct connection with what is given to us from the outer world
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • we have three stages in man's relation to the outer world — I
    • live in what is there going on in the outer world. Not so when you
    • in the manifoldly formed and differentiated outer air. It is no
    • and sensation you are scarcely able to distinguish outer warmth
    • warmth) you come to terms with the outer world in a comparatively
    • outer air. Here once again the “conversation” becomes
    • they speak so unrealistically of what is there in the outer world,
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • outer we got 80 in the same period of time. The beats bring about
    • life of thought but which consists of outer realities. In effect, I
    • type, still connected to some extent with the outer world, could be
    • unspiritually within the sequence of outer material events, to
    • alive and vital, whereas the outer part is increasingly like a
    • outer world and finds expression in waves of alternate compression
    • it interacts with what is taking place more externally in the outer
    • the outer world mere oscillations are going on when you hear sound?
    • make them, even as the conditions for the outer air to get into the
    • globe are not given until I make them. The outer air-waves can only
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • are here crossing the same boundary as to the outer world, which we
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • not able really to enter the facts of the outer world. In the realm
    • of phenomenon in the outer world, — but the
    • There is no guarantee that what is going on in the outer world does
    • in outer Nature. We calculate Nature's phenomena in the realm of
    • when we go into the outer facts of Nature and work upon them with
    • outer world the ideas of “scientific” arithmetic and
    • not gained these ideas from the outer world. We are applying ideas
    • experience with the outer world; these on the other hand —
    • unconscious part of us, from the Will-part which has its outer
    • unfold when half-asleep belongs directly to the outer things which
    • faculty has indeed somehow linked up with the outer phenomenon, but
    • impact of the chair. All this elaboration of the outer world
    • electricity. For we then come into connection with what in outer
    • their start more from the outer empirical data, they have developed
    • then that you come into that region — even of the outer world
    • observe the spiritual nor the soul) is but the outer, so-called
    • essence of the sound or tone is of course there in the outer world
    • between Thought and Will, so is the outer warmth in Nature
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • to the outer sense world. —
    • reveals its outer surface. What does the human being in his
    • outer sense world. We can impose a certain resignation, a
    • the outer aspects, but to apply such activity to the life of
    • sequence of outer events and in ordinary life he hardly
    • according to outer events, we endeavor in moments set aside for
    • In our observation of the outer world we see how one
    • the thread of outer events. Now we discover what it is that
    • outer sense-nature is inner physical nature, so spiritual
    • of the outer sense world. It transpires that on this path once
    • the outer sense world are ordered according to the physical
    • course of the spirit, which is like the course of the outer
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture II: The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
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    • normal way as it would in the outer world, but in a dramatized
    • does not change our relationship to the outer world, as it
    • nothing changes our relationship to the outer
    • progressed sufficiently to dream not only the outer
    • of the soul. This elimination is not occasioned by the outer
    • relationship to the outer world, but it often has to make use
    • nature of the outer world, and that the great harmony between
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture I
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    • you hold your fingers in the two outer vessels you will note by your
    • your fingers which have been in the outer vessels into the central
    • manner strikingly opposed to outer reality. I must call your attention
    • really happened is that the outer observable motion has been
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture II
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    • applied, the outer glass is heated at the start and expands. The space
    • and to observe the outer results of the experiments but really to
    • demonstrable fact of the outer world. When matter passes into the
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture IV
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    • air which is in equilibrium with the outer air with which we are
    • always surrounded. I must remind you that this outer air surrounding
    • the left hand tube is under the same pressure as the outer air itself,
    • in the sphere of outer nature heat always appears in external
    • relationship to the outer world perceived as heat and perceived as
    • to the outer phenomena of nature and find our eye intimately connected
    • of consciousness and yet is intimately bound up with the outer world.
    • we draw near the outer world — the realms of light and heat. How
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture V
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    • electricity and magnetism are in the outer sense. Yesterday I
    • he perceives as outer space phenomena in the world, or better, as
    • outer sense phenomena and what he experiences within. In these modern
    • experience as knowledge of the outer world and what we experience
    • thermometer, the outer physical process, and what we can follow
    • between an outer observation and something in the human being. In
    • the outer warmth, when I write my thoughts down. But I cannot
    • something within that corresponds to the outer sensation of warmth. It
    • brought into the outer world which is not grasped by the imaginative
    • nothing to do with what is tied up in our outer corporeality. We rise
    • relation between the activity of a portion of mass within us and outer
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture IX
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    • ways, somewhat as follows: what is all that goes on in outer physical
    • with the outer oxygen as when he gives off more heat. Consequently
    • activities more intimately with his outer environment.
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture X
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    • through a certain interaction with the heat being of outer nature in
    • heat. Just as the formative forces of outer objects are related to
    • ideas will arise. These ideas are not within the outer object. It is
    • When I see form in outer nature, what brings about the form is not
    • unprejudiced way towards outer nature I have to say: Something works
    • If I experience heat in nature, then I experience what works in a certain way as my will. In the thinking and willing man we have what meets us in outer nature as form and heat respectively.
    • by will, we experience truly and essentially the outer forms of nature
    • and the outer heat being of nature. There is only one possibility for
    • us in outer nature.
    • spatially in the outer world as form and heat, leaves space. Where the
    • nature of heat, insofar as this belongs to the outer world, must be
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture XI
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    • each other and with the walls of the vessel, carrying on an outer
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture XIV
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    • combinations and breaking down of material compounds as an outer
    • realm, what we become aware of in the outer world always pertains to
    • the inner portion of space into its outer portions. When heat and a
    • things that happen within us in words drawn from the outer world. But
    • we do not realize that we should look into the outer world, that is
    • observed. We must see that the fertilization and the fruiting of outer
    • nature takes place in a mutual interaction with the outer cosmos. We
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture I
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    • hard trials of the soul. We have had to face outer events, including
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture IV
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    • activities unfolded towards the outer world happen to suit other
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture V
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    • very threadbare in this respect. We have a history of outer events
    • creation, as it were, of an inner man within the outer man. In
    • earlier times the outer man received moral impulses from outside. Now
    • experience. If we look at outer Nature, we reach first Imagination,
    • immediately upon outer perception. In the world of Nature, however,
    • acknowledge that outer science by its very nature can only comprehend
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture VII
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    • hidden from outer perception. And that was how there arose deep
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    • an outer description of what was experienced by those growing-up
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    • be achieved with concepts that lead us in the domain of outer Nature.
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture X
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    • Spiritual Activity was certainly not well named when judged by outer
    • far in your life of soul that you have freed thinking from outer
    • man, who cannot be known as is the outer physical body, which can be
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XI
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    • described yesterday, so that through the outer man the soul-nature of
    • feeling for the whole man as outer physical being as in the first
    • tendency to feel the outer human form in its earthly shape; from his
    • pushed into the head and what we take in from the outer world cannot
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XII
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    • epoch of culture men overlooked all they saw in the outer world and
    • truth is that outer Nature draws it forth. In olden times men saw the
    • Nature. The outer had become clearly perceptible and man is beginning
    • to look through the outer perceptible to the spirit and soul within.
    • outer representations of the sheaths. For outer representations, the
    • difficult for me to distinguish by their outer sheaths between a
    • with the outer, the basic with the intellectualistic. Those of you
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XIII
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    • concepts from observation of external Nature, and from outer
    • the inner being took on fresh life from the outer world. It can
    • Yet these concepts have taken on new life from outer Nature. Inasmuch
    • which acquire new life from outer Nature. But it is a life which
    • of the dragon. Certainly, the outer world-mechanism, which lives not
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture I: Occult Signs and Symbols
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    • outer object spatially limited. In the early days of the Atlantean
    • do with the outer, but reflected an inner soul condition. He might,
    • expressed itself. The outer seeing of objects was developed quite
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture II: Occult Signs and Symbols
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    • understand something of occultism produced some object in the outer
    • outer needs, out of a certain longing perhaps, to create a House of
    • is alien to the inner soul processes; it is related only to the outer
    • external building styles, outer art forms, on a large scale. So it is
    • With the change in the outer living conditions of man, he, too,
    • solid, the mineral, was added. The outer sheath became firm;
    • the outer expression for souls who reached a much higher stage of
    • signifies the outer symbol of the Sun power, of the forces of the
    • retarded as outer being, it could win a higher spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture III: Occult Signs and Symbols
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    • however, is taking only the outer aspect into account. To reckon with
    • in the outer world. You reflect over it. You are here, the outer
    • took outer form, what at first existed as new creations in his soul,
    • oriented to the outer world. On the Moon they were still operating in
    • has meaning for outer events.
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    • found here as a circular inscription on the seal's outer edge, which
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • conception of things in the outer world. This development proceeds
    • the outer universe belonging to an ancient culture which in its last
    • the proclamation made by way of wisdom pertaining to the outer
    • soul is outside the body, within the outer universe. The soul is then
    • sleeping and waking. Then too we are within the outer universe, but
    • the outer universe that is especially connected with the earth.
    • outer nature shall be gained through the forces within man. ‘Schools
    • Our outer, sense-given knowledge, conveyed as it is merely through
    • The outer has become inward — the inner, outward. In the process,
    • which, although we create it from within, can be seen as the outer
    • outer perception. The outer has become inward, has become mathematical
    • perception of the outer universe; inward perception must lead to a new
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture III: The Mystery of the Human Will
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    • our head, that which takes place objectively in the outer world when
    • it, related to the processes of destruction in outer nature? How is
    • characteristic, connected with these destructive forces in outer
    • casualty to be found in the outer world.
    • of Nature proceeds. But these points would not lie for him in outer
    • Gospels the historical-scientific method of the outer world. What has
    • force, then we gain from them a soul-content. No outer historical
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • forces now seem to us bound up with the objects in the outer
    • greater measure that the outer structure of the brain does,
    • different from that of the brain's structure. The outer,
    • communing with the outer world, as it were, and at another time
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • puberty. Even in the outer empirical sense, then, if we take
    • outer, inorganic nature. This is the sense in which we say that
    • any solid system of organs verifiable by outer anatomy. Hence,
    • only to the fact that the outer, inorganic lawfulness is
    • study things in the outer world. Then we find something that
    • divested of every trace of its former condition in the outer
    • human chyle comes nearest of all to the outer physical
    • animal retain a greater resemblance to the outer organization,
    • now be investigated in connection with the outer world.
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • organization to the outermost periphery of the human organism.
    • into harmony not only with outer conditions but also with the
    • wrongly, outer causes of disease are cultivated. Education
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • unfolding in the outer world. To begin with, we must remember
    • with other substances in the outer world, and to a much higher
    • connection with the outer world and that works upon the
    • indicate that we are coordinated with the outer world precisely
    • channels through which the outer world flows into us by way of
    • their outer formation through intuitive vision.
    • sense the relationships between substances in the outer world
    • to perceive processes that take place in the outer world, that
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture I
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    • the objects in the outer world.
    • Cosmos is quite different from that of the brain. The outer, plastic
    • were, with the outer world and at another with himself?
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    • in the outer empirical sense — if we take all the factors into
    • of outer Nature. This is the sense in which we say that man has an
    • we merely pay heed to the fact that the complex of outer, inorganic
    • substance by means of analogies, just as we study things in the outer
    • its former condition in the outer world.
    • outer physical processes in the moment when it is passing as chyle
    • outer world than is the case with man. They retain more of the
    • connection with the outer world.
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    • outermost periphery of the organism. The system of nerves and senses
    • only be brought into harmony with outer conditions but also with the
    • or are allowed to move wrongly, outer causes of disease are set up.
    • activities. In the outer sense this means that up to the seventh year
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    • the outer world. To begin with, let us remind ourselves that
    • substances in outer Nature, and to a much higher degree with
    • the super-sensible, we can eventually relate the outer facts to their
    • connection with the outer world and which, as organisation, is
    • this I want only to indicate that we are co-ordinated with the outer
    • channels through which the outer world flows into us by way of the
    • for this inclines so very strongly, even in outer appearance, towards
    • evident even in their outer formation.
    • between substances in the outer world and what is taking place in the
    • the outer world, are broken down, as it were, in the human organism,
    • congested and are spreading unduly over the organism. If by the outer
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    • different attitude towards outer Nature, being unable to form concepts
    • most makes himself one with outer Nature, most nearly comes to a
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    • merely assimilation adopting the outer picture.
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    • to life with the outer world.
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    • contradictions. They may arise in the outer world; but within
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    • breathing is the most important mediator between the outer physical
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    • image? Naturally no outer science can tell us this, but only a science
    • picture forms* through which you make mental pictures of outer things.
    • head-nerve system does not really lie within the outer brain layer of
    • which we are so proud; it does not lie within but below the outer
    • layer of the brain. For the outer covering of the brain is, to some
    • conceited about the outer brain for it is a retrogression of the
    • outer layer so that the nerves which are connected with knowing may be
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    • Outer nature presents itself to us in two ways. On the one side, we
    • to human nature? The death-bringing forces which predominate in outer
    • bringing life to outer nature it would perish. Now how do these
    • other. The bone nerve system extends into the eye, but in the outer
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    • accomplish when we extend our will to the outer world, that, too, we
    • interplay between man and the outer air has come into consciousness in
    • his intuitions pressed upwards and this outer motion brought to light
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    • note it is only a diagram) we have here on the outer surface, in the
    • outer surface and also into the inner region where they again disperse
    • only fully awake in a zone which lies between the outer and inner
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    • open to outer observation. You will see from this that it must be our
    • up to all the impressions of the outer world. Even when there is a
    • childhood — who doze through life. The outer things make an
    • given up to the outer world, then they also doze half asleep with
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    • 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
    • them. It mediates between the movement of the outer world and what the
    • the organs of the head do not take part in the outer movements, they
    • ray these outer movements back into the breast, and make them into
    • participate in the outer world in fine movements of the limbs of which
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    • Relation of human organs to outer world. Head the oldest formation. It
    • the process is carried to its conclusion, to where, in the outer
    • the combustion process of the outer world. You see, there are two
    • physically in his relation to the outer world, what part do the bony
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    • also guide the child's outer movements so that they become purposeful
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    • all its outer shapes, all its outer configuration is essentially a
    • with the outer world, in other words to become a part of the limb
    • of the limb organisation, is a coarsened limb nature. The outer world
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    • conditions of a process exactly, to outer observation where
    • then one must accept the outer expression of the inner
    • activity, and at the same time be content with the outer use
    • of these facts even if one only looks at the outer expression
    • of facts in an outer experimental way, especially now if we
    • mathematics to the facts of the outer sense-accessible world?
    • with the fact that the outer objects and events of the world
    • outer factual world presents itself to us as a kind of chaos.
    • the outer world and make mental pictures about the
    • simply observe the facts of the outer world. What do we
    • namely, the “observation of outer nature free of
    • view. David Hume says: We observe the outer world and we
    • say that the outer world is always going to follow the course
    • outer world in that it does not allow the essence of this
    • outer world to enter our cognition. In this kind of cognition
    • cannot see through the outer appearances; we also, of course,
    • we remain outside what appears as outer reality; we only
    • wished to know something of the outer world, this world had
    • the outer world! We are in the position where we must tell
    • soul life from the outer world; we form pictures of what we
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    • when he looks at the outer world.
    • is not obvious if one looks at just the outer form of a human
    • kind of problem. Because we have become so used to an outer
    • cognition, as it approaches man in the outer world. In
    • Certainly in our casual outer consciousness we don't take
    • only see the arm move; that is, we observe the outer
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    • as given to us in outer experience, can be explained
    • would be the first to emphasize that the outer sense world is
    • the outer world. Please take what I am saying quite
    • science being applied to the outer world. What had been a
    • applied to our outer sense world. This should indicate that
    • mathematics to outer nature (at first we can hardly do
    • of the outer world; the actual impressions are beyond the
    • Well, some sort of unknown outer world exerts an impression
    • actual experience of the outer world.
    • way of thinking we permeate the outer physical-mineral world
    • what we have imagined comes to meet the outer processes. For
    • imaginative cognition, outer physical matter is not altered
    • happens in the outer world. I know that it is quite possible
    • way that it joins with what is observed as outer inorganic
    • face that connect with the eye. The outer world has sent
    • gulfs in the Land, so the outer world makes gulfs in our
    • this today.) Thus outer nature, which streams in as into a
    • the outer world. There is actually an encounter between
    • and what comes into us from the outer world. We become one
    • thrust into us by the outer world and completely penetrates
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    • results of our inner mathematical activity to the outer
    • from the point of view of the outer world. We do not have
    • outer physical-mineral reality, so this something coincides
    • in fact outer realities, and not just our own experiences as
    • Then we must look at our outer experiences: what confronts us
    • to love. We become more and more able to embrace the outer
    • world with love, to enter deeply into the outer world. Only
    • place in a quest for knowledge of the outer world, that the
    • faculty that can penetrate the phenomena of the outer world
    • other powers of the soul. But the outer world will not give
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    • It can only be understood as brought about through outer
    • from certain entities, certain qualities of the outer world.
    • outer lack of similarity between the physical structures and
    • soul-spiritual nature is returned to the outer world. One
    • ritual was something inward put into outer form, something
    • transformed consciousness. And when I in turn make an outer
    • concentrated in an outer visible form. This something does
    • relating to the outer world.
    • activity in the outer world. In ancient times, knowledge
    • the outer world. The intellect wants a counterpart that
    • to give outer presence to inner cosmic experience in what
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    • outer experience.
    • describe the outer process, but of course in just a few
    • mental picture of an outer experience and we can see how in a
    • sense the outer experience passes over into our organism, and
    • go further than simply taking the outer phenomena of the
    • regard to the individual phenomena of the outer world. For
    • grow increasingly interested in the outer world, and as a
    • details of the outer world penetrates into our consciousness.
    • as any outer experience is, and we have the feeling that we
    • our senses as “gulfs,” through which the outer
    • only the outer expression. We now recognize the nature of the
    • not directly similar in its outer shape to its inner
    • counterpart, as is the case with the outer form of the
    • acquainted with the outer world and its kingdoms and the
    • exists in the outer natural realm. Thereby we discover in a
    • for example, outer physiology or outer pathology: questions
    • recognizes there are great questions in outer life, and that
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    • familiar with it through outer anatomy and physiology than if
    • in an outer way through anatomy and physiology — are
    • mathematical thought and what we find given in outer
    • these lectures. We said: The outer world and its phenomena
    • construct influence our perception of the outer forms of the
    • jutting in, a really essential penetration of the outer world
    • something that can fertilize and complement outer observation
    • outer world into our sensory life. I said earlier that when
    • “gulfs” into which the outer world flows. On the
    • world. On the one hand, the outer world reaches into the
    • spiritual “outer world.” As I mentioned earlier
    • the feeling he has toward the outer world through perception.
    • is just one side of our human relation to the outer world. In
    • Just as the human being faces the outer sense world and has
    • feeling that one is inwardly empty, that one is in the outer
    • whereby the outer sense-perceptible world is really
    • outer events from the point of view of some abstract element
    • Apostate. The outer aspect of this world would appear
    • abstracted from outer circumstances.
    • — as in this one just named — the outer events do
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    • the easy judgments gleaned from the outer world never descend.
    • own spotlight on the outer world, with everyone free to make of it
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    • in the anthroposophical community shows how little able the outer
    • life's outer needs continue on, and he cannot get away from them in a
    • between his continuing outer life and the ideal life and knowledge
    • their outer lives into a life that, while I cannot call it unreal,
    • is receiving something that is not available in the outer life one is
    • manager in the outer world, though with an Anthroposophical Society
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    • the outer world, through its light and tones and warmth. We awaken in
    • conditions prevail. We are not in a relationship to the outer world
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    • activity for thought, quite shut off from the outer impression.
    • that the outer world does not hold the entire contents of reality, allowing
    • bring into this outer world of reality what only comes forth from his
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    • outer world, but also to our I-consciousness, and in I-consciousness lies
    • differently from the way in which we observe outer nature. Instead of
    • our thinking just as it has been developed by the things of the outer
    • outer objects, and can still have the strength to experience something.
    • had to reckon with Nietzsche. To Nietzsche perception of the outer world
    • the reality of the outer sense-perceptible world which caused him such
    • to outer perceiving. This is expressed in his
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    • form in the plant world. The colour of flowers belongs to what is outer,
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    • to outer nature — to a true spiritual science.
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    • to consist of thoughts becoming attached to outer sensory perceptions.
    • with something perceived by the outer senses, I think I may say that
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    • of the supersensible sphere which reveals its outer aspect to us in
    • as it were, an inner and an outer force swinging to and fro. In a similar
    • by the outer physical reality. Full of this element, which streams through
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    • about outer nature leads to nebulous mysticism. Inevitably I shall be
    • among the phenomena of that outer physical world so that it reveals
    • 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
    • reveals the outer aspect, we need to advance to the living process,
    • is not able to perceive it in its true complexion but only in its outer
    • to outer events, basing them on experience, on experiment. No effort
    • the dogma of evidence, evidence of the outer senses. As a result we
    • experience that is independent of anything in the outer world; we do
    • of a dead outer reality. Anthroposophical spiritual science does not
    • results an abstract intellect gathers like wilting leaves from the outer
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    • these incarnations. In the outer world this dogma has been
    • sense of truthfulness in outer life. This should be kept in
    • and now don't find any connection to outer religious
    • earlier characterized falsehood in thinking — in outer
    • outer world. Actually it is quite an amazing phenomenon that
    • spiritual world. Obviously outer practical participation is
    • hand remain blind, sleepy towards what is happening in outer
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    • a thought, but it operates the way outer reality operates on
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    • have the most distorted thoughts in regard to outer
    • impulses in outer reality seems to me like someone who
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    • as it is applied in the outer world. We will speak more
    • from the outer world. Certainly we must give expression
    • to it in the outer world; but that is different from
    • with one another, when men turn their bodily outer nature
    • exception, we are equal as men with respect to our outer
    • makes us develop for ourselves as outer physical
    • the development of the human head. Even a man's outer
    • which are closely connected with his fitness for outer
    • or outer ethical impulses; there, everything is regulated
    • life; but in what appears to outer consciousness as rest,
    • that reason it is necessary today that his outer social
    • regard to his communication with the outer world man is a
    • connection with the outer world through the senses; the
    • breathing life is connected with the outer world through
    • outer world through independent outlets. The social
    • parallel outer physical-spiritual life with the head
    • perceive the outer world through the senses with the
    • breathing rhythm with the outer sense perception arises
    • language, the words, originated once in outer sense
    • everything has evolved from outer sense perception; real
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    • that beneath the surface, as it were, of outer events
    • for the purpose of reproducing outer sense reality in the
    • to be of such a kind as is aroused by the outer world and
    • has effect in the outer world. Inner activity is not yet
    • also be threefold. Then outer and inner fact will
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    • socialize the outer economic life, but we will not touch
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    • the time begins when he expands so far that the outer boundary
    • sleep. In the outer spheres, in the spheres beyond the sun, the
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    • has just been said, we can think more about our destiny in outer
    • faculties and shortcomings — outer events, therefore, which we
    • the outer there is an inner, higher individuality. Through such
    • closest contact of all with the outer physical world, for they unfold
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    • outer world-order. Then, side by side with these conditions, arises
    • their convictions and what they do and think in their outer, everyday
    • outer, physical laws are at work in the worlds of time and space.
    • sexes are related in outer, physical life. This must be borne in mind
    • the individual feels the urge not to lose himself in the outer world
    • preaching lovelessness. The outer world is very prone to-day to
    • Therefore as time goes on, what the individual does in outer life
    • into how the inner reality can be inculcated into the outer life, how
    • deepened inner life. The individual may engage in this or that outer
    • outer life is strengthened when the soul discovers its reality in
    • every kind in outer life find themselves united. The soul of external
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    • in the Mysteries, man's life is surrendered to the outer world, how
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    • be easy, sixty or seventy years hence, when outer memory of him will
    • significant in this outer development was the intervention of a certain
    • Hierarchies! The Maid of Orleans was an outer Instrument of these Beings,
    • nature are indicated by the statement that his outer form was half animal.
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    • are in a position to take in from the impressions of the outer world
    • has been unfolded through the outer impressions received by the ego
    • outer impressions and from working on them — a stamp which will
    • our outer impressions must be directed upward to the spiritual. But
    • outer impressions only, then we are not fulfilling our bounden obligation.
    • looked upon a work of art as the outer language of the spiritual world.
    • age see again — such an expression of the outer man living in
    • the soul cannot wholly permeate the outer human form. How could the
    • expression — imperfect in the Greek sense — in the outer
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    • achievements, and also in their outer accomplishments, this people belonged
    • into the outer civilisation. Hence we see the primeval wisdom still
    • of outer, practical life. At the same time it was their mission to relate
    • to rediscover in the succession of outer events certain regularities,
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    • that man is allured by the outer world of sense; his senses are directed
    • diverted from the outer world.
    • an the outer physical plane and the other by a change in character of
    • he combined a most penetrating spiritual vision with knowledge of outer
    • produce the plan of the outer, physical cosmos. The knowledge that had
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    • that when Greek culture appears to outer observation. as if everything
    • the individual karma of this entelechy is related to the outer incarnation.
    • It is required of the outer incarnation that the power of an age shall
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    • effective in Europe. In the spiritual world the outer form of things
    • an individuality there may be little outer resemblance; the
    • the Earth and without carrying over Arabism in its outer form, bore
    • achievements of Haroun al Raschid and their influence upon the outer
    • with an eye to outer renown, by Haroun al Raschid. He was obliged to
    • century. However greatly the outer circumstances differ, speculation
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    • molding his pupil into maturity through his outer, physical,
    • objects. If we mentally transfer into the human being the outer
    • in the modern, outer way, which really gives no knowledge at
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    • outer life within which human beings stand, making it possible
    • education. All our methods, all our ingenious, formed, outer
    • outer, physical world of space, can also be pictured as
    • order to continue the activity connected with the outer
    • continuation of what sugar is in the outer world. Sugar is hard
    • moving the limbs or of moving the whole human body in the outer
    • outer world, the physical forces cease to have their
    • etheric body, the force of the outer ether of the world, and
    • influence in the outer and inner etheric and in the astral is
    • etheric forces, by the outer etheric forces that enter by way
    • taken up are subjected to the etheric activity and to the outer
    • himself. Whereas in the remedy are contained the outer and
    • inner etheric and the astral, in education are contained outer
    • recognized outer physical forces in their greatest delicacy and
    • refinement. Moreover, outer physical forces are operating when
    • etheric activity, outer physical
    • the limbs, outer changes of location, the activity in the
    • outer world, the consequences of walking, grasping, and the
    • incorrect are outer, formal concepts, even regarding the
    • kind of teaching in lessons that are based upon outer
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    • principles of outer justice but to the principles of
    • outer law. On the level of truth, also, we have the judge's
    • the passing of judgment and its outer justification. You have
    • must be clear that in outer life you are at the level above,
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    • also often tend to turn away from the outer world. But a loving
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    • from outer things, we don't want them to have any influence on our
    • devotion to spiritual things. But, outer events and thoughts
    • wish to separate ourselves from outer things and to unite
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    • he has his mirror image before him, the mirror gives him the outer
    • impression of his physical shape that is, a shadow of his outer
    • let all the shadowiness of our thoughts and of our outer surroundings
    • attain this: it's the taking of a position towards the new, outer world.)
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    • other sense the limbs, that correspond most closely in outer form to
    • resemble the spiritual picture. The outer structure of man, with the
    • there must also be something that changes the outer expression of the
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    • soul. The impression that was for Moses an outer event, as when he
    • upon their outer faculties. At that time Christ could have revealed
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    • towards the outer world of physical Nature in order to find the
    • came to Moses as an outer happening when he withdrew from his people
    • polarity. It was from the Elements, from outer Nature, that the God
    • outer senses. At that time Christ could not have revealed Himself to
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    • every direction, no matter how many outer and inner sacrifices it may
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    • be searched as in the outer life, but that they have to be
    • disproves errors in the outer life and science; in the area of
    • outer view of the sensory world? I would like to bring in a
    • the outer view of the senses does not err — the judgement
    • spiritual area than in the outer area. The concepts
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    • Now, from this outer example it arises that there, indeed, in
    • death. The knowledge has to assert itself that the outer
    • if it is aware of its borders. However, this outer science
    • memory with outer apparatuses. So one should also recognise
    • by the same spirit as the outer natural sciences. One can
    • can strengthen the mental capacity, not with outer means but
    • proceeds in such a way that we get from outer impressions to
    • experience it now as an outer object. The outer world remains
    • to the outer physical body. Now you get to know the reason, why
    • that unites with me which is exhaled by the outer physical
    • nature [during sleep] when that is repaired which the outer
    • needs not limit the outer talking; one has only to apply the
    • question of human destiny. The outer life does not answer it.
    • into a machine. As natural sciences intervene in the outer life
    • us take an example. One mostly judges using outer reasons.
    • with Giordano Bruno concerning the outer borders of space.
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    • of speech. The human being surrenders to the outer world when he is
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    • does not have a subject that exists in the outer physical world such
    • only with something for which there are outer subjects. This explains
    • connection with the outer world in the same way as does the eye, for
    • the outer world, even artistic forms. The eye is important to a
    • experiencing, without having a relationship to the outer world such
    • being. The ear is not a link to the outer world — the
    • produced along with some outer tone, an outer tone structure.
    • wandering around. He could only experience a tone composed of outer,
    • spiritual, outer “I.” When octaves are employed in the
    • The contra-tones below only serve the purpose of allowing the outer
    • outer world rejects it. This is where the musical element leaves the
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    • experiences the transition from inner to outer experience. One
    • experience of the fifth of the outer world and the experience of the
    • being, however, senses not the outer world but the spiritual world in
    • outer instrument in order to be objectively certain of the fourth.
    • himself when he sang, and at the same time he had an outer
    • this reason, music has no direct equivalent in outer nature. In
    • thinking; feeling becomes serene and purified. All outer aspects are
    • on the stream of breath — and therefore in an outer slackening
    • element, however, he needs something that does not exist in outer
    • nature. Outer nature offers him no equivalent to the musical element;
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    • regard it as the outermost since it has added two more — though
    • concrete grasp of the planetary system, Saturn is the outer-most
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    • of the astral body and of the ego. The outer manifestations of
    • consciousness is still being formed, and something of the outer
    • from birth has permeated the child from the outer world, that
    • musical forces derive more from the outer world, the
    • outer music-speech forces. Up to the seventh year, man is
    • the human organism and the outer world. Were we to take a
    • child, the outer expression of which is the change of
    • toward the periphery, toward the outer world, the
    • between the etheric body and the outer world. The etheric body
    • toward the outer border.
    • Another force is the one we absorb from the outer world,
    • effort to divert, through the force acting from the outer
    • with the outer world. We must see that the child grows slowly
    • into the outer world and not let him do so too rapidly. That is
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    • path the soul takes after death, the outer architectural form for the
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    • greater part of what is most essential is hidden from the outer
    • the mere material physical being of which the outer senses inform us,
  • 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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    • disappeared and the first beginnings of actual sight with an outer
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    • Let us now consider man as regards this inner warmth and his outer
    • something appertaining to the outer form of animals. This is because
    • to perceive its outer form and colour, but he perceived something
    • The God Jehovah renounced the outer form of light; he streamed to earth
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    • to the outer world. Our present senses did not perceive external
    • of outer life — the first inkling of outer sense perception
    • Atlantean epoch he was sufficiently matured for the outer world to
    • where he could form an opinion of the outer world. Up till that time
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • outer objects as he does today, but when anything approached him an
    • which no outer object exists. Man can work inwardly with his ideas,
    • consciousness (which man possessed before he could perceive outer
    • man is able to perceive not only outer objects, but also, for instance
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    • had therefore hardly any perception of the outer world. Man actually
    • life the individuality of Jesus of Nazareth left the outer vehicles
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    • imparted too many of' the sacred Brahmanical secrets to the outer
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    • has different stresses of force on the outer surface from
    • inner world, the limb-man an outer world, and between the two
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    • Tychonian and with the Copernican. The outer occurrences in
    • phenomena of the outer world rightly. This, indeed, demands
    • in its outer configuration copies universal space, —
    • system, metabolic system — and the outer world. The
    • phenomenon of the outer Universe looks like in the objective
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    • his eyes to the outer world to receive sense-impressions. And
    • converse with the outer world, so too it is a kind of
    • — into the seed. Withdrawing from the outer world, it
    • to receive the impressions of the outer world. In doing so,
    • alluded. Let us say, we have an outer experience which
    • with a fresh outer experience, so it is not necessary for
    • find laws of growth belonging to the outer physical body.
    • mechanics of the movement; we recognize it as the outer
    • the Moon up in the sky was but the outer expression — a
    • itself in outer gestures, so that a certain sphere expressed
    • too great an area. This outer point which moves in the
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    • see that Mathematics is only applicable to outer reality on
    • that a + b = b + a, but does it also hold good in outer
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    • outer Nature as independently of man as possible, — to
    • the outer surface of a skull-bone. This means a kind of
    • observe that he is connected with the outer world in a three
    • man is related to the outer world; through all rhythmic
    • of perpetual interchange between the human body and the outer
    • process of interchange between man and the outer world. Also
    • continuation of the outer world into the inner man. This
    • enough. In relation between man and the outer world during
    • sense-perception the emphasis is more on the outer world,
    • outer world, as sense-perception leads from the outer world
    • Through sense-perception you are open to the outer world,
    • continuously exposed to the outer world. Then you set to work
    • about the outer world, we put together the facts and
    • introduced into the outer world which by no means necessarily
    • corresponds to this outer world. If this were not so, we
    • with the outer world, which in the first place is foreign to
    • bring into ourselves from the outer world. We have,
    • invasion of the metabolism by the outer world, we must admit
    • We try to lead on from outer sense-perception of the Cosmos
    • is in contrast, in the outer Universe to the astronomical
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    • otherwise confusing outer world. The Realists (an expression
    • with the outer happenings, being right in
    • the Earth itself, but to conditions in the outer Cosmos.
    • that in outer reality the phenomenon does not appear quite so
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    • consciousness in that we open our senses to the outer world
    • outer world into our body
    • instance, we experience a gulf-like entry of the outer world.
    • consciously to share in the domain of the outer world. Our
    • way of living with the outer world — has faded out and
    • moment we awaken. It is our relation to the outer world
    • we need for outer life. Simultaneously therefore with the
    • life of the senses, something flows into us from the outer
    • to us by the outer world. Were it not for this, the mere
    • eye, one of the organs giving us impressions of the outer
    • realm of fancies. It is through the outer world that
    • It is through something from the outer world, which in a
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    • observed directly with the outer senses aided, no doubt, by
    • us to a large extent independent of the outer world. We
    • man was given up to the outer world must have been somehow
    • the outer Universe. It then became emancipated — a
    • with the outer events. yet the periodicity — the
    • less independent of the life of the outer senses. Day by day
    • observing the outer world. One human being will be inclined
    • sharply to focus the phenomena of the outer world; another
    • mutual relation with the outer world; so that it now works in
    • the outer yet still retaining the periodicity Before the
    • the processes of the outer world. He still retains an echo of
    • nature, while at the outer periphery a new development has
    • transition of what was first connected with the outer
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    • hold of the outer world through ideas.
    • transition, quite independently of what outer experience
    • mathematically. You apply to the outer form what has been
    • being into an outer Nature. I simply imagine outer Nature to
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    • bone with the outer surface of a skull-bone. Only thus do we
    • morphologically to the outer surface of the skull-bone. The
    • however, when I turn the outer surface to the inside and the
    • of the turning-inside-out of a glove, the outer surface of
    • corresponds in regard to the human skull to the entire outer
    • the human being: The outer universe, forming the outside of
    • inside your own organism and experiencing of the outer world
    • feeling of consciousness you have in perceiving the outer
    • embryonic period, we do not direct towards the outer world
    • familiar membering of the outer world which surrounds us and
    • kingdom in the outer world, and you will be led to say: What
    • between what is out side us in outer reality, and our own
    • organisation for the understanding of this outer reality. We
    • can say: The cosmos produces the outer reality, and our power
    • to understand this outer reality is organised physically by
    • triangle in the outer world when you take hold of it in
    • is the same principle, the same manner of comprehending outer
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    • the so-called outer world and to an object inside yourself,
    • are living in the outer world. If we ourselves are in
    • account in judging outer movements. That is to say, though we
    • itself felt in what appears to us in the outer Universe.
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    • Lemniscate, save for the two outermost polarities — the
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    • to prove by outer documents — you will find this
    • Aristarchus too, no doubt, follows the outer phenomena's with
    • and mental pictures men lived in and with the outer
    • field where it would seem most difficult to bring the outer
    • above all, mankind gets free of the outer reality. And in
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    • be thus cautious in relating what you see in the outer world.
    • of it (small outer circle in the Figure) becomes visible.
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    • into skull-bone and you will say: The outermost ends of human
    • to make the inner outer. We can no longer go on calculating
    • outer sense-perceptible reality you never find mathematical
    • remote from what is there in the outer Universe. In coming
    • to penetrate outer reality. Think for example that there
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    • to outer movements: How, with our human cognition do we
    • confine ourselves to the mere outer relations of
    • ourselves do in the outer world — what is therefore
    • it not? Given some outer fact or distribution which we are
    • geometrical thinking and now the outer reality accords with
    • it. It hinges-in, so to speak. We feel more at one with outer
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    • outermost planets for today, for they are not essential in
    • of the outer or upper planets — work more by virtue of
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    • the outer plant must naturally be conceived as growing
    • representing a Science of this kind to the outer world the
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    • come to the point where outer events can betray their inner connections.
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    • half asleep on the outermost fringes of culture. The following can be



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