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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • whole, we place the epoch in which we feel ourselves standing as
    • the close of the Middle Ages. Picture to yourselves a well-instructed
    • themselves in all our illusory modern science, but without knowing
    • as men. We do not safeguard ourselves against Ahriman by avoiding
    • very easily let themselves be deceived. They are not willing to
    • the Gospel have asked themselves: What is to be made of the Gospel?
    • the call to humanity: “Free yourselves from all these things that form
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    • whole, we place the epoch in which we feel ourselves standing as
    • the close of the Middle Ages. Picture to yourselves a well-instructed
    • themselves in all our illusory modern science, but without knowing
    • as men. We do not safeguard ourselves against Ahriman by avoiding
    • very easily let themselves be deceived. They are not willing to
    • the Gospel have asked themselves: What is to be made of the Gospel?
    • the call to humanity: “Free yourselves from all these things that form
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • Now just picture to yourselves the Zodiac, the representation of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • Now just picture to yourselves the Zodiac, the representation of the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • long past enter our soul as images. Although the events themselves may
    • We must choose mental images which we ourselves can form for ourselves
    • them on one chosen image, and devote ourselves totally to this image.
    • body and have submerged ourselves in the life of the brain, manifested
    • The shattering thing is to know that we have released ourselves from
    • senses. Objections that we might easily be deceiving ourselves, that
    • Why is it that so many people believe themselves to be already in the
    • canon Copernicus and Galileo and Giordano Bruno presented themselves
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • long past enter our soul as images. Although the events themselves may
    • We must choose mental images which we ourselves can form for ourselves
    • them on one chosen image, and devote ourselves totally to this image.
    • body and have submerged ourselves in the life of the brain, manifested
    • The shattering thing is to know that we have released ourselves from
    • senses. Objections that we might easily be deceiving ourselves, that
    • Why is it that so many people believe themselves to be already in the
    • canon Copernicus and Galileo and Giordano Bruno presented themselves
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture I: The uniform plan of World History. The Confluence of three spiritual streams in the Bhagavad Gita.
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    • this opportunity of once more reminding ourselves of the importance
    • and I do not only mean the remarkable personalities themselves, but
    • and Raphael allowed themselves to be influenced by the great works of
    • breathe in when we yield ourselves to the contemplation of the
    • ourselves, is as the portion of air that we breathe in, which cannot
    • elements for their outer existence. Souls must clothe themselves in
    • with the souls themselves. And so it is in the Sankhya philosophy that
    • that when we picture to ourselves a soul clothed with the primal
    • themselves in that which one can study as the super-sensible outer
    • spiritual streams do not only concern themselves with the older ones
    • out of themselves. Nowhere do we depend on history. Nowhere can one
    • deepest mysteries will reveal themselves concerning what we may call
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • because we ourselves are able to re-discover it in the universe and
    • primeval ages men were able to raise themselves to such spiritual
    • wisdom of the Gita, we shall devote ourselves today to the old
    • detach themselves into drops, into independent globes, in these we
    • make ourselves understood at the present day; the characteristic which
    • being which we call senses; through them we open ourselves to the
    • express ourselves thus, because in our inner being there is a certain
    • differentiated themselves, the forces which form the separate senses
    • We must therefore picture to ourselves that, in the course of
    • forms and principles already reveal themselves as Manas in his present
    • development; the separate organs of sense reveal themselves
    • form of the primeval flood in which they enclose themselves, down to
    • return back again into the primeval flood, and to free themselves even
    • fills our souls of which we spoke before, and we tell ourselves that
    • philosophy. We have to picture to ourselves this Sankhya doctrine in
    • And if we ask ourselves what an Indian soul was to do, who, at a
    • who are eternal, they only express themselves in these forms. In those
    • themselves through the forms of the external world. You will have to
    • eternal souls, opposing one another yet remaining themselves
    • contained in this to influence us, shall we find ourselves upon the
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • understanding of all the forces that express themselves in the world
    • those who, themselves unsatisfied and realising their emptiness, have
    • all through, that we must first have freed ourselves from a good deal
    • “How have we ourselves fought for Christ Jesus! Remember that we
    • much; and you may easily convince yourselves that other designations
    • because they themselves are abstract thinkers. The abstract being is
    • we ourselves today, ensnared as we are in the sense-world, and this
    • themselves in the external course of nature and of the evolution of
    • whether they lead to dreadful or to glorious results for ourselves.
    • themselves and conquer their bodily nature? Because they are connected
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture IV: The nature of the Bhagavad Gita and the significance of the Epistles of St. Paul. How the Christ Impulse surpasses the Krishna Impulse.
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    • If we want to make quite clear to ourselves the difference between the
    • ourselves a man of that epoch, we can only do so by saying: To those
    • the Veda? We must just transport ourselves back into the old
    • If we can think ourselves into the soul of a Sankhya philosopher, we
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • those which we consider mean prove themselves to be specially
    • if I had all the faith that could remove mountains themselves and had
    • ourselves how, for instance, a number of Krishna students are to be
    • which in Orientalism appears simply as an act of Gods themselves, is
    • remember, my dear friends, how we ourselves have represented the
    • themselves and towards the divine creation. Must we then say that we
    • properties which we ourselves have imposed upon it with the veil of
    • maya. Let us rather hope that when we have overcome in ourselves that
    • good.” In order that we may learn to ascribe to ourselves that
    • which it will penetrate if we betake ourselves into this sphere of the
    • modesty, in true humility, saying to ourselves Let all that remains of
    • dutifully devote ourselves to Anthroposophy. This Anthroposophy will
    • highest sense to look humbly and truthfully into our own selves and
    • the will within us to discipline and train ourselves. If
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • themselves considered to be integral members of the human organism.
    • pictures of dream-life as immediate realities in themselves, neither
    • experience nothing except the world outside and lose ourselves
    • far as it is inward consciousness. We would lose ourselves entirely in
    • something that is not ourselves, and hence is not entirely, but only
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • The great question with which we have been concerning ourselves for
    • organism, and a warmth-organism. If you picture to yourselves that as
    • light are not in themselves luminous, but they manifest in man's
    • We come to the point of saying to ourselves that if today we allow
    • ourselves to be inspired by moral ideals, these will carry forth life,
    • majesty of the universe, when we say to ourselves: We are born out of
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • can picture ourselves as beings of thought, also as beings of will.
    • social life — without our identifying ourselves in thought with
    • something that we ourselves have experienced. Between birth and death
    • ourselves in the life of thought — all this is inherently our
    • concerned, come to us from outside, but that it is we ourselves who
    • prepare ourselves for what I have called in the
    • In this way we raise ourselves above the sway of the ‘necessity’
    • prevailing in the material world, permeate ourselves with the force
    • doing something, but we cannot, surely, ascribe to ourselves any
    • themselves, of course, do not notice — how much there is
    • ourselves the force which can only be designated by the words:
    • determined; but the mathematical thoughts in themselves are only
    • thoughts themselves that are in our consciousness are still only
    • deeds detach themselves from him. Our deeds do not remain confined to
    • ourselves. They become world-happenings; and if they are permeated by
    • bear in ourselves that which brings matter to birth: our head; and we
    • bear in ourselves that which destroys matter, where we can see how
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • themselves in their country, but in view of the English tradition and
    • familiarize ourselves with the fact that the state of wakefulness on
    • elevated themselves to a sort of dreamlike clairvoyance to reach a
    • overcome themselves, rather than being overcome by Him. In
    • within ourselves. We must discover something within ourselves that
    • ourselves.
    • West and East must settle between themselves. The only possible
    • they unfold in external reality inasmuch as they reveal themselves as
    • caused the war and so on. People delude themselves about the facts
    • Little was said, but the events spoke for themselves. In contrast,
    • a great event, how to sacrifice themselves for their people's
    • daughters — may tell themselves that those who were sacrificed
    • spiritual world there are those who sacrificed themselves as
    • With such feelings in our hearts we forever want to imbue ourselves
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    • themselves in their country, but in view of the English tradition and
    • familiarize ourselves with the fact that the state of wakefulness on
    • elevated themselves to a sort of dreamlike clairvoyance to reach a
    • overcome themselves, rather than being overcome by Him. In
    • within ourselves. We must discover something within ourselves that
    • ourselves.
    • West and East must settle between themselves. The only possible
    • they unfold in external reality inasmuch as they reveal themselves as
    • caused the war and so on. People delude themselves about the facts
    • Little was said, but the events spoke for themselves. In contrast,
    • a great event, how to sacrifice themselves for their people's
    • daughters — may tell themselves that those who were sacrificed
    • spiritual world there are those who sacrificed themselves as
    • With such feelings in our hearts we forever want to imbue ourselves
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • when we ourselves shall no longer be able to be present in the
    • themselves into the work. It is also evident from the fact that in the
    • this, we find ourselves in an unpleasant position. And why? Every one
    • things clearly, if there is a sincere wish to do so. We ourselves may
    • that Theosophists are all at variance among themselves. It is true
    • that ultimately we may find ourselves in the very disagreeable
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • he wanted to read, and so on, revealed themselves to him. This
    • And now remind yourselves of something I said in one of the last
    • ourselves speak of the evolution of man and of mankind in the
    • times. They will comfort themselves by saying: “There is no need
    • Movement with which we identify ourselves. It is simply an untruth
    • easy to deal with; they soon balance themselves out. But inaccurate
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • thrown back entirely on themselves; reason and intellect are, so to
    • as “chance.” We have therefore, ourselves to unravel the
    • taught self-knowledge and learn to weigh ourselves in the balance, it
    • 25:9 But the wise answered, saying, Not so; lest there be not enough for us and you: but go ye rather to them that sell, and buy for yourselves. \
    • of sense, the very way in which the external facts present themselves
    • emancipated themselves altogether from the Spiritual, or that they
    • through such things and emancipate themselves from maya.
    • “chance,” in order that when we ourselves become a little
    • themselves speak so forcibly. In these days, as a matter of fact,
    • readily lend themselves to being regarded as chance. Courage
    • to group themselves together quite haphazardly, I shall try to find a
    • themselves to recognise law in the things which seem to be fortuitous.
    • external circumstances themselves compel him to be courageous, but
    • who resist it. They themselves realise the need quite clearly but they
    • professors themselves happened also to be engaged in experimental
    • and the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand; know yourselves, pay heed to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • themselves, in many respects, a unique people. And this brought to the
    • ourselves strive for deeper insight into those worlds and man's
    • We must picture to ourselves that there was a time in the process of
    • “substance”; the beings who first detached themselves were
    • there to make its own impression upon us. What we ourselves have found in
    • folk-poems which form themselves into one whole. We find how right on
    • ourselves in what actually springs from this Folk-Spirit, and
    • spiritual facts themselves, and differences of opinion on the various
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • themselves be aware of a longing to find the thread uniting the
    • Christianity. And then perhaps we ask ourselves: In what form did the
    • one. When you yourselves stand before the “Sistine Madonna”
    • opportunity of seeing the originals themselves. Naturally, no
    • Christianity, and ask ourselves: What is it that Raphael did not
    • centuries everything will have vanished. The subjects themselves, of
    • the following may be said. If we steep ourselves in Spiritual Science
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • to the eyes of sense. They said to themselves: “What I there
    • into his world. In other words: we are set free from ourselves, we
    • ourselves and enter into the world of another being. If a man is
    • In our time, people concern themselves little with such secrets,
    • yourselves whether this being, standing halfway between Gods and men,
    • man filled with wonder. And then turn to the Greek Gods themselves:
    • think of this in connection with certain things we have ourselves
    • ourselves are quoted as the source of statements which have actually
    • as long as people allow themselves to spread false ideas of the views
    • in the lower jaw will seem to form themselves into a mouth. All this
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • heard that sheaths will weave themselves as it were around the Christ
    • meaning contained in words uttered by one of themselves: “Better
    • mysterious and deeply symbolical buildings indicate in themselves that
    • sympathies and antipathies which may express themselves in the child.
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • detach themselves from him, to begin with, simply as forms, and live
    • these thought-forms detach themselves from him and, as forms, become
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • detach themselves from the real “ I ” of man, and in a
    • forces. In that these forces of selfless thought detach themselves as
    • themselves move into a higher category and withdraw from the
    • up as they do to higher ranks, have themselves to evolve, and prepare
    • winter repeat themselves when a year has run its course — only
    • thoughts and feelings, although they detach themselves from the human
    • convince yourselves objectively of their truth. When, however, it is
    • yourselves discover by studying their lives, whether there are
    • upon a kind of remoteness from the world. Ask yourselves whether there
    • bestir themselves to grasp what must be the fundamental impulse of our
    • the test for themselves, can the other person say: “That is
    • antipathy; it is demanded by something you may perhaps yourselves
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • re-awakening by which alone they can wrest themselves from downfall.
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 1
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    • If we ask ourselves what spiritual science should be for men, then
    • ages have asked themselves how man can rightly bring to expression
    • lift ourselves, so to speak, above ourselves. The soul that overcomes
    • ourselves.
    • themselves together is what we will now explore.
    • great migration from west to east. We ourselves were these peoples.
    • we ourselves live, and this in turn will be followed by the sixth and
    • themselves according to objective points of view. Something similar is
    • background forming themselves into a number of little angel-heads,
    • reveal themselves in the cultural streams. We have barely touched
    • third and the fifth. Thus our souls will lift themselves to the
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    • became men if we make clear to ourselves all that has happened in the
    • evolution, if the sun and moon had not separated themselves from the
    • outlines as today. If we picture ourselves walking through a dense fog
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    • the post-Atlantean descendants if we steep ourselves in the soul-life
    • ourselves into the souls of the last Atlantean population. We must
    • admitted pupils who, having proved themselves mature and sufficiently
    • a thought-form, into which the pupils had to immerse themselves over
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    • detached themselves.
    • Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Venus, and Mercury detached themselves. Why did
    • themselves dwelling-places between the sun and the earth. Thus Venus
    • to know what happened before our time, so that we ourselves can
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    • germs that later became plants. The mineral germs formed themselves
    • fullness of the light, more and more detaching themselves therefrom,
    • themselves were also united with the earth. Even today they are
    • examples of how the facts of cosmic evolution repeat themselves in
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 6
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    • yourselves, “Yesterday we heard that the worst forces in
    • hands prolong themselves to the gigantic, and then shrink up again.
    • the twenty-eight nerves. We have seen how in ourselves he lies
    • After Isis and Osiris had thus torn themselves out of the lower
    • shall see how the other members of man built themselves into this web.
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    • The greater part of the people, who were unable to raise themselves to
    • to say, the whole earth as they shaped themselves out of the primeval
    • remained animals and troubled themselves no further about the progress
    • themselves with man at that time.
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    • themselves in balance. When half of man had become physical, sun and
    • the eagle, lion, and bull natures. These transmuted themselves into
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    • me.” We would have felt ourselves sheltered in Osiris during the
    • themselves for him in all that he saw externally. As we feel about the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 10
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    • ourselves today with all sorts of mythical things that we can put to
    • birth. But all those who had made themselves comfortable in the
    • etheric body. Then there were beings who still embodied themselves at
    • men separated themselves into groups. What we call the apocalyptic
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    • formed themselves into physical organs of perception, so super-sensible
    • what a special way the Osiris influences had shaped themselves when
    • accommodate themselves to the same animal forms in which man lived on
    • and Moon evolutions, had not raised themselves so far that they could
    • had learned on the moon. They had to limit themselves to working on
    • they felt themselves to be victors over death. The event of Golgotha
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    • themselves superior to its “fantastic” teachings. They
    • people who then regarded themselves as the choicest of their time; we
    • Let us hope that those who today wish to make themselves the bearers
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • Let us ask ourselves the question: Why is the achievement of
    • life of the human soul may present themselves to us. Just as the
    • conceptual activity ceases when we ourselves are asleep. To begin
    • to give ourselves up to the enjoyment art, of poetry, or of some other
    • can give themselves up in this way form a connection with something
    • Astral Plane when by day we give ourselves up to a thought —
    • only knew how badly they betray themselves to occult observation when
    • themselves experience the event that took place at Damascus. But this
    • decision surrender themselves to the evil Powers and thus enable an
    • who will continue to proclaim the Christ Impulse, reveal themselves
    • are Beings who accompany this corpse, since they themselves will by
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    • Let us ask ourselves the question: Why is the achievement of
    • life of the human soul may present themselves to us. Just as the
    • conceptual activity ceases when we ourselves are asleep. To begin
    • to give ourselves up to the enjoyment art, of poetry, or of some other
    • can give themselves up in this way form a connection with something
    • Astral Plane when by day we give ourselves up to a thought —
    • only knew how badly they betray themselves to occult observation when
    • themselves experience the event that took place at Damascus. But this
    • decision surrender themselves to the evil Powers and thus enable an
    • who will continue to proclaim the Christ Impulse, reveal themselves
    • are Beings who accompany this corpse, since they themselves will by
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • ourselves: These forces which are active in the great Universe — what
    • Universe, when to begin with they instil themselves into the nature of
    • evil actions of man. We shall do best to ask ourselves: What is
    • truly inward way (which artists themselves often fail to do nowadays)
    • themselves the expressions of and configurations of feeling in other
    • over the world the cheap catch-word that men should group themselves
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    • ourselves: These forces which are active in the great Universe — what
    • Universe, when to begin with they instil themselves into the nature of
    • evil actions of man. We shall do best to ask ourselves: What is
    • truly inward way (which artists themselves often fail to do nowadays)
    • themselves the expressions of and configurations of feeling in other
    • over the world the cheap catch-word that men should group themselves
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • have won for themselves an understanding of real, all-pervading
    • but the eyes themselves are apart from our perception; it is the same with
    • themselves instead of letting it pass through, we should feel a sort of
    • of red in themselves, we should feel a sharp stab. If our eyes were self-
    • men, refreshing themselves in an invigorating springtime, in the warmth
    • themselves, “In taking up all this beauty into ourselves, we must
    • realize that it is not ourselves, but Christ within our senses Who enables
    • themselves to be aligned with spiritual science, it will be known that
    • was injurious. Just imagine how we could possibly develop ourselves in
    • cannot say that we can give this strength to ourselves consciously. It
    • our bodies. We need spiritual powers that are as much outside ourselves
    • no need to crowd ourselves into such a room as this, and what we now
    • of Golgotha as this by completely imbuing ourselves with spiritual
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    • have won for themselves an understanding of real, all-pervading
    • but the eyes themselves are apart from our perception; it is the same with
    • themselves instead of letting it pass through, we should feel a sort of
    • of red in themselves, we should feel a sharp stab. If our eyes were self-
    • men, refreshing themselves in an invigorating springtime, in the warmth
    • themselves, “In taking up all this beauty into ourselves, we must
    • realize that it is not ourselves, but Christ within our senses Who enables
    • themselves to be aligned with spiritual science, it will be known that
    • was injurious. Just imagine how we could possibly develop ourselves in
    • cannot say that we can give this strength to ourselves consciously. It
    • our bodies. We need spiritual powers that are as much outside ourselves
    • no need to crowd ourselves into such a room as this, and what we now
    • of Golgotha as this by completely imbuing ourselves with spiritual
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    • when we draw to ourselves the forces of the universal ether, we
    • when we do not do something ourselves but give instructions to a
    • becoming, we can say to ourselves: in the region of the heart there
    • inner sympathy to the organs themselves. The ego spreads out
    • together with an astral from ourselves.
    • tendency to go under; nor could they ever keep themselves intact, even
    • not ourselves alone. Incorporated within us is something that comes
    • the karmic laws work themselves out, fashioning our karma. So do we
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    • when we draw to ourselves the forces of the universal ether, we
    • when we do not do something ourselves but give instructions to a
    • becoming, we can say to ourselves: in the region of the heart there
    • inner sympathy to the organs themselves. The ego spreads out
    • together with an astral from ourselves.
    • tendency to go under; nor could they ever keep themselves intact, even
    • not ourselves alone. Incorporated within us is something that comes
    • the karmic laws work themselves out, fashioning our karma. So do we
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    • gather together in order to occupy themselves with all sorts of things which
    • opinion can only be held by whose who have failed to acquaint themselves
    • How different is the environment in which we find ourselves placed today
    • who occupy themselves seriously with science, but they affect everyone
    • a visionary. But he will only seem so to those who allow themselves to be
    • We might of course imagine that we could make ourselves insensitive to
    • themselves capable of answering spiritual questions from the standpoint of
    • People delude themselves into finding it illuminating, for one has only to
    • themselves from the main body! A cosmic system in miniature comes into
    • results with which we acquaint ourselves. The literature of Spiritual Science
    • being. After thoroughly steeping ourselves in the ideas which are indicated
    • spring time, unite themselves with plant life, and enjoy a kind of repose by
    • uniting themselves with earth life. But the repose which these beings find
    • bodies, link themselves with the earth during the summer and withdraw
    • of an anthropomorphic type. By permeating ourselves with the knowledge
    • development present themselves to the spiritual researcher in a way that
    • processes which reveal themselves in the physical body are no longer to be
    • development of our own faculties is something that concerns ourselves,
    • considerations, and to allow facts as they develop to speak for themselves.
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    • gather together in order to occupy themselves with all sorts of things which
    • opinion can only be held by whose who have failed to acquaint themselves
    • How different is the environment in which we find ourselves placed today
    • who occupy themselves seriously with science, but they affect everyone
    • a visionary. But he will only seem so to those who allow themselves to be
    • We might of course imagine that we could make ourselves insensitive to
    • themselves capable of answering spiritual questions from the standpoint of
    • People delude themselves into finding it illuminating, for one has only to
    • themselves from the main body! A cosmic system in miniature comes into
    • results with which we acquaint ourselves. The literature of Spiritual Science
    • being. After thoroughly steeping ourselves in the ideas which are indicated
    • spring time, unite themselves with plant life, and enjoy a kind of repose by
    • uniting themselves with earth life. But the repose which these beings find
    • bodies, link themselves with the earth during the summer and withdraw
    • of an anthropomorphic type. By permeating ourselves with the knowledge
    • development present themselves to the spiritual researcher in a way that
    • processes which reveal themselves in the physical body are no longer to be
    • development of our own faculties is something that concerns ourselves,
    • considerations, and to allow facts as they develop to speak for themselves.
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    • themselves to the exercises in question. There is nobody who cannot in
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    • themselves to the exercises in question. There is nobody who cannot in
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    • occupy ourselves with aunt-and-uncle gatherings in sectarian circles,
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    • occupy ourselves with aunt-and-uncle gatherings in sectarian circles,
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    • phenomena with each other, or when we immerse ourselves in them. In
    • we realize that facts in history arrange themselves as do facts in our
    • gained for ourselves in former lives.
    • gain for ourselves in the first half of life and that predominate in
    • We may now ask ourselves what period in human life can be compared
    • beyond the point of maturity. We may now ask ourselves what point in
    • themselves from the body. The Egyptian and Greek mysteries offered
    • give but a few indications, which in themselves cannot produce any
    • When we immerse ourselves lovingly into other beings, our souls remain
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    • phenomena with each other, or when we immerse ourselves in them. In
    • we realize that facts in history arrange themselves as do facts in our
    • gained for ourselves in former lives.
    • gain for ourselves in the first half of life and that predominate in
    • We may now ask ourselves what period in human life can be compared
    • beyond the point of maturity. We may now ask ourselves what point in
    • themselves from the body. The Egyptian and Greek mysteries offered
    • give but a few indications, which in themselves cannot produce any
    • When we immerse ourselves lovingly into other beings, our souls remain
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    • Earth, including that which we ourselves contribute to if, we shall of
    • form of human consciousness — we call ourselves an ‘I,’ this
    • We do not see ourselves aright if we say: ‘Here am I, this robust and
    • only see ourselves aright if we say: ‘Our true being is in the
    • clearly. Let us imagine ourselves asleep. The Ego is away from the
    • physical body and we must ask ourselves: What happens to it while we
    • Lastly the physical body; if we ourselves had to achieve all the great
    • to Earth not what they bear within themselves, but the forces, both
    • ourselves — as concerns humanity on Earth — the other pole, the
    • into us ourselves upon our way from death to a new birth. This too is
    • Yet in reality it is for Europeans and Americans themselves once more
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    • Earth, including that which we ourselves contribute to if, we shall of
    • form of human consciousness — we call ourselves an ‘I,’ this
    • We do not see ourselves aright if we say: ‘Here am I, this robust and
    • only see ourselves aright if we say: ‘Our true being is in the
    • clearly. Let us imagine ourselves asleep. The Ego is away from the
    • physical body and we must ask ourselves: What happens to it while we
    • Lastly the physical body; if we ourselves had to achieve all the great
    • to Earth not what they bear within themselves, but the forces, both
    • ourselves — as concerns humanity on Earth — the other pole, the
    • into us ourselves upon our way from death to a new birth. This too is
    • Yet in reality it is for Europeans and Americans themselves once more
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    • hamlets, felt themselves drawn to the Heavenly Child. In him they felt the
    • has portrayed the human beings who have preserved the eternal in themselves
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    • hamlets, felt themselves drawn to the Heavenly Child. In him they felt the
    • has portrayed the human beings who have preserved the eternal in themselves
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    • themselves particularly as a species and the various qualities were not
    • concern themselves with the things which Marie Eugenie delle Grazie
    • will be an element to which we shall have to conform ourselves in the
    • same way in which we now conform ourselves to the sense-perceptions
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    • themselves particularly as a species and the various qualities were not
    • concern themselves with the things which Marie Eugenie delle Grazie
    • will be an element to which we shall have to conform ourselves in the
    • same way in which we now conform ourselves to the sense-perceptions
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    • even for those who are not particularly inclined to concern themselves
    • to do with themselves and are unable to make anything of themselves.
    • carry it out. Others, still, cannot bring themselves to will firmly what they
    • is, strength of the ego over the astral body. If we subject ourselves to this
    • themselves what they should do than find reasons in themselves to act.
    • exasperating simply because of its effect on ourselves. The more we
    • make ourselves independent of what confronts us, the better. Thus it is
    • we should not apply our judgment only where we ourselves are not
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    • even for those who are not particularly inclined to concern themselves
    • to do with themselves and are unable to make anything of themselves.
    • carry it out. Others, still, cannot bring themselves to will firmly what they
    • is, strength of the ego over the astral body. If we subject ourselves to this
    • themselves what they should do than find reasons in themselves to act.
    • exasperating simply because of its effect on ourselves. The more we
    • make ourselves independent of what confronts us, the better. Thus it is
    • we should not apply our judgment only where we ourselves are not
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    • combustion processes in themselves actually always have an
    • themselves can be prepared. We have such clinical institutes as well as
    • However, mental illnesses especially distinguish themselves by the fact
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    • combustion processes in themselves actually always have an
    • themselves can be prepared. We have such clinical institutes as well as
    • However, mental illnesses especially distinguish themselves by the fact
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    • Spirits of Form poured themselves into man and permeated him, and
    • to-day. We will restrict ourselves to the normal development of man by
    • themselves could not yet say, although they prepared the way for it,
    • us will feel it to be so if we learn to unite ourselves with the
    • this event we must prepare ourselves.
    • meets us in the world, and that which we ourselves are, with new
    • perceive and feel within ourselves not only the fruits that come to us
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    • Spirits of Form poured themselves into man and permeated him, and
    • to-day. We will restrict ourselves to the normal development of man by
    • themselves could not yet say, although they prepared the way for it,
    • us will feel it to be so if we learn to unite ourselves with the
    • this event we must prepare ourselves.
    • meets us in the world, and that which we ourselves are, with new
    • perceive and feel within ourselves not only the fruits that come to us
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    • associate in groups and to ask ourselves why we found working groups
    • spiritual science without forming ourselves into groups, but simply by
    • the fact that we can speak quite differently among ourselves, knowing
    • say to ourselves that by the cultivation of spiritual science we
    • may undertake. To understand this fully we must remind ourselves of
    • treasure for ourselves, for the eternal life of the soul, but to
    • therefore picture to ourselves that by uniting in brotherliness in
    • such a thought is to permeate ourselves with the consciousness of the
    • its true spiritual sense. We find ourselves together in working groups
    • meaning of the idea of community, saying to ourselves: Apart from the
    • different countries and peoples shut themselves off today from one
    • intellectuals, as they call themselves, make the following reproach to
    • where men have not yet separated themselves from community, where in
    • we have retained and must retain it for ourselves.
    • We want to live in Him, to receive Him into ourselves.
    • receive into ourselves. Hereby we consecrate a group at its founding.
    • be authenticated because we experience Him within ourselves. At the
    • sense acknowledge Christ as their Brother, are themselves sisters and
    • have associated themselves with those who have founded the group here.
    • consecration. They pledge themselves to think constantly of those who
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    • associate in groups and to ask ourselves why we found working groups
    • spiritual science without forming ourselves into groups, but simply by
    • the fact that we can speak quite differently among ourselves, knowing
    • say to ourselves that by the cultivation of spiritual science we
    • may undertake. To understand this fully we must remind ourselves of
    • treasure for ourselves, for the eternal life of the soul, but to
    • therefore picture to ourselves that by uniting in brotherliness in
    • such a thought is to permeate ourselves with the consciousness of the
    • its true spiritual sense. We find ourselves together in working groups
    • meaning of the idea of community, saying to ourselves: Apart from the
    • different countries and peoples shut themselves off today from one
    • intellectuals, as they call themselves, make the following reproach to
    • where men have not yet separated themselves from community, where in
    • we have retained and must retain it for ourselves.
    • We want to live in Him, to receive Him into ourselves.
    • receive into ourselves. Hereby we consecrate a group at its founding.
    • be authenticated because we experience Him within ourselves. At the
    • sense acknowledge Christ as their Brother, are themselves sisters and
    • have associated themselves with those who have founded the group here.
    • consecration. They pledge themselves to think constantly of those who
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    • organism, we can ask ourselves if we do not make our bodies unfit
    • themselves with replenishment. What, then, could be more obvious
    • materialistic one. We must rather ask ourselves what the essential
    • striving to develop themselves spiritually in particular, but to
    • which absorb carbon to sustain themselves, the reverse is true. In
    • disintegration process not the nerves themselves but the activity
    • Men do not nourish themselves properly simply by ingesting the
    • kingdom, we not only take into ourselves the physical meat and fat
    • concern themselves with both aspects so as not to become
    • easily to lift themselves out of their narrow circles. The person
    • dependent on themselves alone. Rather are they placed within the
    • means of developing certain forces in ourselves. Those who are
    • forces, can train themselves to attain them. Naturally, we must
    • we eat, but by permeating ourselves with knowledge of the spiritual
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    • organism, we can ask ourselves if we do not make our bodies unfit
    • themselves with replenishment. What, then, could be more obvious
    • materialistic one. We must rather ask ourselves what the essential
    • striving to develop themselves spiritually in particular, but to
    • which absorb carbon to sustain themselves, the reverse is true. In
    • disintegration process not the nerves themselves but the activity
    • Men do not nourish themselves properly simply by ingesting the
    • kingdom, we not only take into ourselves the physical meat and fat
    • concern themselves with both aspects so as not to become
    • easily to lift themselves out of their narrow circles. The person
    • dependent on themselves alone. Rather are they placed within the
    • means of developing certain forces in ourselves. Those who are
    • forces, can train themselves to attain them. Naturally, we must
    • we eat, but by permeating ourselves with knowledge of the spiritual
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    • of post-AtIantean humanity. Specific things repeat themselves in a certain
    • outside the human being. Thus the Egyptians, who were themselves permeated
    • want to consider themselves progressive and enlightened.
    • ourselves up to the highest concerns of humanity when we listen to the words
    • the various religious communities! We should forbid ourselves to continue in
    • Ask yourselves whether the feelings in your hearts and souls when you stand
    • and the Christmas cards containing the usual phrases — ask yourselves
    • lift ourselves above the empty phrases of our age. But it must happen, a
    • the power that Christ can awaken in us, if we devote ourselves to him in
    • Let us picture this rightly, let us immerse ourselves in this new Isis
    • of human beings. We should learn to say to ourselves: If we can manage to
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    • of post-AtIantean humanity. Specific things repeat themselves in a certain
    • outside the human being. Thus the Egyptians, who were themselves permeated
    • want to consider themselves progressive and enlightened.
    • ourselves up to the highest concerns of humanity when we listen to the words
    • the various religious communities! We should forbid ourselves to continue in
    • Ask yourselves whether the feelings in your hearts and souls when you stand
    • and the Christmas cards containing the usual phrases — ask yourselves
    • lift ourselves above the empty phrases of our age. But it must happen, a
    • the power that Christ can awaken in us, if we devote ourselves to him in
    • Let us picture this rightly, let us immerse ourselves in this new Isis
    • of human beings. We should learn to say to ourselves: If we can manage to
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    • earth; they can reveal themselves fully in the pictures which I have of
    • nature of man they would have needed intellectual capacities themselves.
    • able to know ourselves to a certain degree here on earth, and accordingly
    • If we fail in this, we betray ourselves and in the life after death plunge
    • Thus we must grasp the need to place ourselves consciously in the world on
    • say, we shall heap upon ourselves cosmic scandal, if we do not learn to
    • the Gods themselves.
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    • earth; they can reveal themselves fully in the pictures which I have of
    • nature of man they would have needed intellectual capacities themselves.
    • able to know ourselves to a certain degree here on earth, and accordingly
    • If we fail in this, we betray ourselves and in the life after death plunge
    • Thus we must grasp the need to place ourselves consciously in the world on
    • say, we shall heap upon ourselves cosmic scandal, if we do not learn to
    • the Gods themselves.
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    • have to draw on ourselves. We gradually have to release what we have
    • to carry out consciously. We have to educate ourselves to do consciously
    • and you may even have experienced this yourselves, that you can already
    • People must achieve the art of acquiring relatively more for themselves
    • themselves. In earlier times it was sufficient to rely on life. The blood did
    • The kind of thinking we develop when we accustom ourselves to
    • not put themselves out to accept the kind of concepts that lead to Saturn,
    • another, but live entirely within themselves. Human beings can only
    • people open themselves to the possibility of making the transition to
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    • have to draw on ourselves. We gradually have to release what we have
    • to carry out consciously. We have to educate ourselves to do consciously
    • and you may even have experienced this yourselves, that you can already
    • People must achieve the art of acquiring relatively more for themselves
    • themselves. In earlier times it was sufficient to rely on life. The blood did
    • The kind of thinking we develop when we accustom ourselves to
    • not put themselves out to accept the kind of concepts that lead to Saturn,
    • another, but live entirely within themselves. Human beings can only
    • people open themselves to the possibility of making the transition to
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    • The times themselves speak clearly enough, demanding that we should
    • This comprehension on which people pride themselves today is mainly
    • themselves, as it is this which regulates the relationship between
    • We must ask ourselves: What is the relation between people with regard
    • ask ourselves: What really happens then, not merely in that which
    • Post-Atlantean Period to become self-assertive, to not allow themselves
    • something evil. Very well; we perhaps need not trouble ourselves
    • people into our life in such a way that we see ourselves, our own
    • forget ourselves, that in reality we find that almost everything which
    • this or that person — if we try to see ourselves in the mirror of
    • shall be in a position to relate ourselves imaginatively to those whom
    • objective about ourselves. Here we must also go back to our earlier
    • years. Then we can directly, so to speak, go to the facts themselves.
    • therefore a question of training ourselves in this faculty — through
    • making ourselves objective — that we picture this boy or girl as if
    • bestirring ourselves more and more, of getting free of events, and of
    • through objectifying ourselves we gain possibilities of developing
    • themselves against the time.
    • to receive them. Therefore, we do not unite ourselves on those levels
    • spiritual life; think humbly of yourselves, but also earnestly and
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    • The times themselves speak clearly enough, demanding that we should
    • This comprehension on which people pride themselves today is mainly
    • themselves, as it is this which regulates the relationship between
    • We must ask ourselves: What is the relation between people with regard
    • ask ourselves: What really happens then, not merely in that which
    • Post-Atlantean Period to become self-assertive, to not allow themselves
    • something evil. Very well; we perhaps need not trouble ourselves
    • people into our life in such a way that we see ourselves, our own
    • forget ourselves, that in reality we find that almost everything which
    • this or that person — if we try to see ourselves in the mirror of
    • shall be in a position to relate ourselves imaginatively to those whom
    • objective about ourselves. Here we must also go back to our earlier
    • years. Then we can directly, so to speak, go to the facts themselves.
    • therefore a question of training ourselves in this faculty — through
    • making ourselves objective — that we picture this boy or girl as if
    • bestirring ourselves more and more, of getting free of events, and of
    • through objectifying ourselves we gain possibilities of developing
    • themselves against the time.
    • to receive them. Therefore, we do not unite ourselves on those levels
    • spiritual life; think humbly of yourselves, but also earnestly and
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    • its light. Until the time of Goethe, men protected themselves against
    • natural scientific concepts, delves into the stuff that figures as modern
    • they yield only the dead. The soul delves into what natural science
    • time are due to the fact that souls no longer concern themselves with
    • can be done only when men accustom themselves to concepts of greater
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    • its light. Until the time of Goethe, men protected themselves against
    • natural scientific concepts, delves into the stuff that figures as modern
    • they yield only the dead. The soul delves into what natural science
    • time are due to the fact that souls no longer concern themselves with
    • can be done only when men accustom themselves to concepts of greater
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    • when we are walking; but we can see ourselves stepping forward. We form
    • ourselves, shut ourselves within our own being. Inwardly up-streaming
    • we merely negate. It is an abstract process. We do not rouse ourselves
    • ourselves to sympathy: we merely say, yes. We are raised above our
    • falling into slumber within the body. When we ourselves are asleep,
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    • when we are walking; but we can see ourselves stepping forward. We form
    • ourselves, shut ourselves within our own being. Inwardly up-streaming
    • we merely negate. It is an abstract process. We do not rouse ourselves
    • ourselves to sympathy: we merely say, yes. We are raised above our
    • falling into slumber within the body. When we ourselves are asleep,
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    • more apparent the more seriously we occupy ourselves with questions of
    • remind ourselves of conceptions that were intimately bound up, for the
    • notions should connect themselves with such expressions as
    • sense-perceptions; but thought we ourselves produce by inner activity.
    • therefore we do not lose ourselves when we study the results of natural
    • themselves to inner activity of soul; for by dint of inner activity the
    • no right understanding of the soul. If, ridding ourselves of all
    • impulse of will. Then again we see ourselves acting; and then again we
    • divide ourselves up. We are awake in a part of ourselves, in the life
    • schools of philosophy, themselves originate in the feelings. By means
    • in danger of losing ourselves; our world of thought has been too
    • sever ourselves from Nature, and all we can do is to talk about her.
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    • more apparent the more seriously we occupy ourselves with questions of
    • remind ourselves of conceptions that were intimately bound up, for the
    • notions should connect themselves with such expressions as
    • sense-perceptions; but thought we ourselves produce by inner activity.
    • therefore we do not lose ourselves when we study the results of natural
    • themselves to inner activity of soul; for by dint of inner activity the
    • no right understanding of the soul. If, ridding ourselves of all
    • impulse of will. Then again we see ourselves acting; and then again we
    • divide ourselves up. We are awake in a part of ourselves, in the life
    • schools of philosophy, themselves originate in the feelings. By means
    • in danger of losing ourselves; our world of thought has been too
    • sever ourselves from Nature, and all we can do is to talk about her.
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    • And the impulse exists within us not to cut ourselves off from spirit,
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    • And the impulse exists within us not to cut ourselves off from spirit,
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    • raise ourselves to an understanding of the real Mystery of Golgotha,
    • perceive only what is external to ourselves; that wherein we live is
    • understanding. Perhaps many of those who call themselves preachers and
    • as the one and only God in an age when his people felt themselves to
    • have need to look for a birth. We should not merely busy ourselves
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    • raise ourselves to an understanding of the real Mystery of Golgotha,
    • perceive only what is external to ourselves; that wherein we live is
    • understanding. Perhaps many of those who call themselves preachers and
    • as the one and only God in an age when his people felt themselves to
    • have need to look for a birth. We should not merely busy ourselves
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    • many circles which occupy themselves with Spiritual Science, or in
    • were to ask themselves such questions they would see what a blind
    • forces would never crystallise themselves into a life form if they
    • body, the consequences of gender will express themselves in outer
    • feel in themselves the other side of the human being, and who, in a
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    • many circles which occupy themselves with Spiritual Science, or in
    • were to ask themselves such questions they would see what a blind
    • forces would never crystallise themselves into a life form if they
    • body, the consequences of gender will express themselves in outer
    • feel in themselves the other side of the human being, and who, in a
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    • were taught by the divine beings themselves, who descended to the
    • from the gods themselves. This wisdom was of a special kind: namely,
    • themselves, as it were, up to the Mystery of Golgotha, they would
    • one possibility — that the gods themselves should learn to know
    • been broken because the gods themselves learnt to know death in the
    • death. The gods themselves had first to send down to the earth a
    • concerning death. As human beings, we must immerse ourselves into a
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    • were taught by the divine beings themselves, who descended to the
    • from the gods themselves. This wisdom was of a special kind: namely,
    • themselves, as it were, up to the Mystery of Golgotha, they would
    • one possibility — that the gods themselves should learn to know
    • been broken because the gods themselves learnt to know death in the
    • death. The gods themselves had first to send down to the earth a
    • concerning death. As human beings, we must immerse ourselves into a
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    • We can train ourselves to this if we only avail ourselves of the first
    • the finite through Infinitesimal Calculus. Here we find ourselves
    • Infinitesimal Calculus, therefore, we can train ourselves to grasp the
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    • We can train ourselves to this if we only avail ourselves of the first
    • the finite through Infinitesimal Calculus. Here we find ourselves
    • Infinitesimal Calculus, therefore, we can train ourselves to grasp the
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    • concern themselves with the single personality, with the individual.
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    • concern themselves with the single personality, with the individual.
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    • themselves ‘Sons of the Widow.’ Manes designated himself
    • will be led by themselves, by the light of their own souls. Manes will
    • which appeared like a meteor. They gave themselves this name, Cathari,
    • beings who had to keep themselves pure in their mode of life and in
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    • themselves ‘Sons of the Widow.’ Manes designated himself
    • will be led by themselves, by the light of their own souls. Manes will
    • which appeared like a meteor. They gave themselves this name, Cathari,
    • beings who had to keep themselves pure in their mode of life and in
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    • ego, what we see first is the human form; we know that we ourselves
    • must ascribe to ourselves an ego-sense, just as we do a sense of
    • have perceived the thought of another, we ourselves must think in
    • with other thoughts which we ourselves have fostered. But our own
    • rest or in movement. We must experience this within ourselves, just as
    • movement conveys to us is the state of movement in which we ourselves
    • perceive through them in ourselves is exactly the same as what we
    • we are as part of the world-not-ourselves is conveyed to us.
    • you make clear to yourselves how you receive what you experience in
    • yourselves when you listen, let us say, to the words of another man,
    • or to a musical sound. What you then experience in yourselves is of no
    • sphere in which we live for ourselves, related to the outer world
    • nature in it, for it originates from that in us wherein we ourselves
    • the very same space which, when we have elicited it from ourselves in
    • to which we relate ourselves as objects. We are connected with this
    • are not ourselves present with our consciousness. Thus when you
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    • believe themselves to represent the spiritual life of to-day
    • say, Aristotle, who died in 322 B.C., we have to see ourselves
    • created for ourselves a modified, metamorphosed dog's muzzle.
    • This peculiar way of relating ourselves to the outer world is quite
    • Those people have never made themselves acquainted with the nature of
    • spiritualists, even if not of themselves — then one is justified
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    • other hand a capacity less noticeable, because men give themselves to
    • three members have created images of themselves in the physical
    • necessity, and we as men are ourselves in the midst of it. But our
    • feeling ourselves all the time actually at variance with external
    • nature. It seems as if we are powerless, as if we must feel ourselves
    • at variance with ourselves. To-day we can feel the presence of these
    • ourselves. What outside is physical process, chemical process, is
    • a logical, theoretical contradiction in ourselves, but we have the
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    • Michael mood in our souls by giving ourselves up to thoughts that will
    • souls who in full sincerity feel themselves drawn to the Michael stream.
    • That you yourselves, my dear friends, in so far as you truly and
    • great numbers of their fellow-men, beings who, however, only show themselves
    • When we read the “Fragments” of Novalis, and give ourselves up to
    • are recognised not by themselves but by the Leadership of the Goetheanum in
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    • Michael mood in our souls by giving ourselves up to thoughts that will
    • souls who in full sincerity feel themselves drawn to the Michael stream.
    • That you yourselves, my dear friends, in so far as you truly and
    • great numbers of their fellow-men, beings who, however, only show themselves
    • When we read the “Fragments” of Novalis, and give ourselves up to
    • are recognised not by themselves but by the Leadership of the Goetheanum in
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    • ourselves acquainted with it. But to know the spiritual world it is
    • essential that we ourselves think through and make mental pictures of
    • and again; through their own power they make themselves comprehensible
    • — including what is done by the dead themselves — arouses
    • particles, is formed out of the Cosmos. For we ourselves prepare this
    • nature; we ourselves build it up.
    • In order to make the picture more exact, we must acquaint ourselves
    • finger, head or ear — we feel ourselves within the other soul.
    • spiritual world. The difficulties would more or less solve themselves
    • impulses which live themselves out in the system of blood and nerves,
    • body, we ourselves are speaking, When we speak, we know that the words
    • with the dead, we must adapt ourselves to hear from them what we
    • ourselves say, and to receive from our own soul what they answer.
    • familiarise yourselves with an idea which it is not easy to apply on
    • but the echoing of the questions or communications we have ourselves
    • although we attribute it to ourselves, as coming from our own soul.
    • to ourselves; Yet in all this — and in much else that comes out
    • If we were to understand it aright, we should know ourselves to be
    • thing from the death of people older than ourselves. Experience of the
    • for ourselves.
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    • ourselves acquainted with it. But to know the spiritual world it is
    • essential that we ourselves think through and make mental pictures of
    • and again; through their own power they make themselves comprehensible
    • — including what is done by the dead themselves — arouses
    • particles, is formed out of the Cosmos. For we ourselves prepare this
    • nature; we ourselves build it up.
    • In order to make the picture more exact, we must acquaint ourselves
    • finger, head or ear — we feel ourselves within the other soul.
    • spiritual world. The difficulties would more or less solve themselves
    • impulses which live themselves out in the system of blood and nerves,
    • body, we ourselves are speaking, When we speak, we know that the words
    • with the dead, we must adapt ourselves to hear from them what we
    • ourselves say, and to receive from our own soul what they answer.
    • familiarise yourselves with an idea which it is not easy to apply on
    • but the echoing of the questions or communications we have ourselves
    • although we attribute it to ourselves, as coming from our own soul.
    • to ourselves; Yet in all this — and in much else that comes out
    • If we were to understand it aright, we should know ourselves to be
    • thing from the death of people older than ourselves. Experience of the
    • for ourselves.
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • We also have a sub-title to our subject. Having set ourselves such a
    • deeply enough. When we allow ourselves to sink deeply into this
    • characteristic form of architecture! We must exert ourselves mentally
  • 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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    • aid of the external crutches of our senses we can uplift ourselves to
    • been left to themselves, would have suffered stiffening, darkness,
  • 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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    • these ten fingers do not move of themselves, but something hidden must
    • peculiarly formed rays. Picture to yourselves forms of light, or rays,
    • themselves to clairvoyant capacity when it enters the higher regions
    • inward relations between themselves and the world, all kinds of
  • 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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    • themselves at that time that they have become the higher Beings they
    • heavy weight of the earth mass with them. They freed themselves from
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    • most mature of these spirits, those who have made themselves fully
    • Once more we will remind ourselves that the earth passed through an
    • When in spirit you transport yourselves to those times of a primeval
    • to sacrifice themselves to pour out their own substance. These Beings
    • air made themselves his companions. If we wish to form a picture of
  • 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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    • selves today existed at no earlier stage of evolution.
    • themselves had not hardened, and the connection between the higher and
    • will consider later certain human beings had partly freed themselves
    • happened; the beings which freed themselves too early and did not
    • behind was their willingness to sacrifice themselves. They sacrificed
    • themselves so as to give to man the possibility of receiving the gifts
    • what they themselves possessed. Man would have received the complete
    • therefore, sacrifice ourselves; we will develop in him certain
    • we find that all those related by blood consider themselves as
    • themselves to post-Atlantean conditions; the last remnant of these
    • Ireland of today; those who had kept themselves pliant the longest.
    • themselves; south of them was a race which had originated through
    • emigrants. In addition to these were those who had kept themselves
  • 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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    • the earth and unite themselves with the sun? When did this perception
    • not yet work upon him, but those beings did who sacrificed themselves.
    • were others who kept themselves plastic; and, again, others who only
    • spiritual beings then let themselves descend into these bodies; and so
    • were forms they had themselves perceived during the Atlantean epoch.
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • like ourselves, but we must bear in mind that on the ancient Moon
    • them, so the Jupiter-beings will edify themselves with the outpourings
    • consciousness. Now he is in touch with the objects themselves, the
  • 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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    • companionship with man, but will only remind ourselves that at that
    • yourselves an exceedingly rich person who has never known anything but
    • We must picture to ourselves that the condition of human consciousness
    • themselves up to them. The varied dispositions of men, and the
    • yourselves to divine heights, and receive a high degree of initiation,
    • Christ the fulfillment of that for which they themselves had striven.
  • 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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    • raised themselves up to that in which they felt as if hidden, to that
    • earth which they had themselves created, and losing also their
    • had to withdraw from the world they had themselves created. The Gods
    • they had purified themselves. Now, in order that we may understand our
    • themselves before they had completely entered the physical world, the
    • still able to receive into themselves the souls of high Spiritual
    • entangled themselves so much in the physical plane nor done so much
  • 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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    • stored up for themselves. In that far off age humanity was not left to
    • men will organize themselves voluntarily. They will say: One must do
    • yourselves acquainted with the truth, not with all those legendary and
    • science can enter into it, but to do this men must devote themselves
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    • themselves to the mental and soul-life of the people of Europe.
    • penetrate and spiritualize the planet, summoning men to fit themselves
    • facts which one would rather have allowed to speak for themselves.
    • ourselves. Into this night of darkness shines a light, the light of
    • concerned themselves with the newly evolving forces of consciousness
    • by those calling themselves Anthroposophists.
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    • workers themselves. They could choose the topics; Rudolf Steiner
    • utter these sounds out of themselves, without having anything artful
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    • utter these sounds out of themselves, without having anything artful
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    • we have cured ourselves of the trivial attitude which is taken by
    • many people who like to regard themselves as spiritually minded, when
    • have had to accustom ourselves to regard these senses as a shadowy
    • accurately: it is not the visions themselves which are pathological,
    • What is pathological is not the visions themselves, but that they
    • activity of soul. Then the two parties can themselves unite: not that
    • external sense-organs themselves, but in what lies behind them, as I
    • reach the things themselves.
    • course, read this in Schiller's Aesthetic Letters themselves;
    • themselves to think abstractly only in so far as they know what they
    • wrest ourselves free from mere sense-perception.
    • yourselves — a whole prearranged programme carried out in every
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    • we have cured ourselves of the trivial attitude which is taken by
    • many people who like to regard themselves as spiritually minded, when
    • have had to accustom ourselves to regard these senses as a shadowy
    • accurately: it is not the visions themselves which are pathological,
    • What is pathological is not the visions themselves, but that they
    • activity of soul. Then the two parties can themselves unite: not that
    • external sense-organs themselves, but in what lies behind them, as I
    • reach the things themselves.
    • course, read this in Schiller's Aesthetic Letters themselves;
    • themselves to think abstractly only in so far as they know what they
    • wrest ourselves free from mere sense-perception.
    • yourselves — a whole prearranged programme carried out in every
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    • general, we must look out at the world and find ourselves there, find
    • necessary that we should say to ourselves: man will achieve real
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    • general, we must look out at the world and find ourselves there, find
    • necessary that we should say to ourselves: man will achieve real
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    • directly through the feelings themselves. The life of will is in still
    • are thus thrown up, elemental beings plunge; they mix themselves up,
    • in the meantime elemental beings have concerned themselves with it,
    • destiny. There they attain to a feeling of themselves: there they work
    • There elves are dancing on the green,
    • twelve tables of the law. We for our part do not put ourselves to
    • ourselves only in so far as we think. We emerge from it only with our
    • is, experiences where we feel an interplay between ourselves and all
    • world, and we must not blind ourselves to the fact that unless
    • ourselves already in the descending evolution of the earth, and as
    • human beings we must lift ourselves up by our own efforts if we are to
    • time, however, are not real things in themselves. Velocities, varying
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    • directly through the feelings themselves. The life of will is in still
    • are thus thrown up, elemental beings plunge; they mix themselves up,
    • in the meantime elemental beings have concerned themselves with it,
    • destiny. There they attain to a feeling of themselves: there they work
    • There elves are dancing on the green,
    • twelve tables of the law. We for our part do not put ourselves to
    • ourselves only in so far as we think. We emerge from it only with our
    • is, experiences where we feel an interplay between ourselves and all
    • world, and we must not blind ourselves to the fact that unless
    • ourselves already in the descending evolution of the earth, and as
    • human beings we must lift ourselves up by our own efforts if we are to
    • time, however, are not real things in themselves. Velocities, varying
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    • it were from the objects themselves. In this respect Goethe's thinking
    • forces contained in the foodstuffs themselves come from the Earth, but
    • ourselves free and independent of them. And do you know how we can
    • make ourselves free? Nothing is worse than to give oneself over to the
    • the development of the forces which finally express themselves in
    • Our task therefore, is to raise ourselves above the earthworm state
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    • it were from the objects themselves. In this respect Goethe's thinking
    • forces contained in the foodstuffs themselves come from the Earth, but
    • ourselves free and independent of them. And do you know how we can
    • make ourselves free? Nothing is worse than to give oneself over to the
    • the development of the forces which finally express themselves in
    • Our task therefore, is to raise ourselves above the earthworm state
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    • but give ourselves up to an illusion. For the truth is that the inner
    • our birth. Only then do we learn to orientate ourselves into the three
    • witness to the fact that we have incorporated ourselves into this
    • find ourselves by looking away from the outer world and concentrating
    • upon our inner being. Between death and a new birth we find ourselves
    • Hierarchies within us. In this way we become aware of ourselves.
    • ourselves’ are none other than the forces of Memory, while the
    • we freed ourselves from the Hierarchies and found ourselves. As I said
    • breathe in to fill ourselves with life. Then in a manner of speaking
    • in the world between death and a new birth. We unite ourselves with
    • can walk here upon Earth, we adapt ourselves to earthly gravity. It is
    • unto ourselves the Logos — the Cosmic Word — the Cosmic
    • ourselves to the things of the outer world. In the consonants we
    • 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
    • act of adaptation: we adapt ourselves to our environment in the
    • Our Memory here on the Earth is the echo of our being-within-ourselves
    • the sunlight, and in this soul and Spirit we ourselves indwell between
    • be acquired with inner activity. We ourselves in our inner life must
    • can actually transplant ourselves into it again. Indeed, after our
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    • but give ourselves up to an illusion. For the truth is that the inner
    • our birth. Only then do we learn to orientate ourselves into the three
    • witness to the fact that we have incorporated ourselves into this
    • find ourselves by looking away from the outer world and concentrating
    • upon our inner being. Between death and a new birth we find ourselves
    • Hierarchies within us. In this way we become aware of ourselves.
    • ourselves’ are none other than the forces of Memory, while the
    • we freed ourselves from the Hierarchies and found ourselves. As I said
    • breathe in to fill ourselves with life. Then in a manner of speaking
    • in the world between death and a new birth. We unite ourselves with
    • can walk here upon Earth, we adapt ourselves to earthly gravity. It is
    • unto ourselves the Logos — the Cosmic Word — the Cosmic
    • ourselves to the things of the outer world. In the consonants we
    • 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
    • act of adaptation: we adapt ourselves to our environment in the
    • Our Memory here on the Earth is the echo of our being-within-ourselves
    • the sunlight, and in this soul and Spirit we ourselves indwell between
    • be acquired with inner activity. We ourselves in our inner life must
    • can actually transplant ourselves into it again. Indeed, after our
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    • themselves. Through the whole way in which they are educated, they
    • transform themselves into what they become in most young people today.
    • are thrown back into ourselves. Taken all in all, we have to say that
    • arise primarily because people are far too concerned with themselves
    • concern for the world but busy themselves with how they feel and what
    • occupied with themselves. For, as everyone knows, as far as subjective
    • from it and toward the world outside ourselves ...
    • put ourselves into quite another life-condition. When this happens,
    • the children must say to themselves: “Great thunder and
    • are immensely fond of their lower selves, produce in children of just
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    • themselves. Through the whole way in which they are educated, they
    • transform themselves into what they become in most young people today.
    • are thrown back into ourselves. Taken all in all, we have to say that
    • arise primarily because people are far too concerned with themselves
    • concern for the world but busy themselves with how they feel and what
    • occupied with themselves. For, as everyone knows, as far as subjective
    • from it and toward the world outside ourselves ...
    • put ourselves into quite another life-condition. When this happens,
    • the children must say to themselves: “Great thunder and
    • are immensely fond of their lower selves, produce in children of just
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    • themselves for the attainment of immortality in the real sense. But to
    • people who, to all appearances, are not working for themselves; and yet in
    • incompatible with work for themselves, and preservation of a name does,
    • guided. The members of such societies were at pains to efface themselves
    • into yourselves, made inward, what to begin with was outside and around
    • yourselves what is now the mineral kingdom and it will become part of your
    • for others, not for yourself. You can in very truth take into yourselves a
    • animals. We take nature into ourselves. That nature exists is none of our
    • ourselves prepare and make ready in the world — that is what will
    • ourselves become in future times. What we do with the plant world, with the
    • soul was around us we drew it into ourselves. So too the spirit; and so too
    • it will be with nature. We take nature into ourselves from outside and
    • you breathe nature into yourselves. The act of sight does not pass away
    • be that the blame will lie with human beings themselves.
    • the tiny handful of men who ensure for themselves a place in the life of
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    • themselves for the attainment of immortality in the real sense. But to
    • people who, to all appearances, are not working for themselves; and yet in
    • incompatible with work for themselves, and preservation of a name does,
    • guided. The members of such societies were at pains to efface themselves
    • into yourselves, made inward, what to begin with was outside and around
    • yourselves what is now the mineral kingdom and it will become part of your
    • for others, not for yourself. You can in very truth take into yourselves a
    • animals. We take nature into ourselves. That nature exists is none of our
    • ourselves prepare and make ready in the world — that is what will
    • ourselves become in future times. What we do with the plant world, with the
    • soul was around us we drew it into ourselves. So too the spirit; and so too
    • it will be with nature. We take nature into ourselves from outside and
    • you breathe nature into yourselves. The act of sight does not pass away
    • be that the blame will lie with human beings themselves.
    • the tiny handful of men who ensure for themselves a place in the life of
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    • civilizations have absorbed into themselves an even more ancient
    • themselves above all as men of wisdom, as artists. When they set about
    • human individualities have trained themselves so that from the Sixth
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    • civilizations have absorbed into themselves an even more ancient
    • themselves above all as men of wisdom, as artists. When they set about
    • human individualities have trained themselves so that from the Sixth
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    • must pass on to specialised knowledge. If we now ask ourselves: —
    • themselves there admit of the conclusion that the stars contain the
    • ask ourselves: What is it we must now add to our outline of the human
    • organs which take into themselves either something from the outside
    • of the physical. We must say to ourselves at every turn: That is the
    • have it there. We are inexorable with ourselves after death. This
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    • Beings are themselves always, by their inherent nature, physiognomy.
    • inclined to bestir themselves, in order to be awake to their
    • can passively surrender themselves, would, if they were equipped here
    • understand our fellowmen in such a way that we can say to ourselves:
    • the woven threads of destiny will work themselves out in the future,
    • We feel ourselves one with the whole wide Universe. And what we were
    • we feel ourselves one with the destinies we have experienced, both in
    • ourselves and in connection with other human souls.
    • Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones; and we unite ourselves with them.
    • selves one to another. Word meets word; articulate word meets
    • human souls are themselves words; their symphony is the symphony of
    • into the next incarnation and express themselves in the sympathy or
    • ourselves were the speech; here on Earth we have the shadowy
    • hear in that an echo, in the life of feeling, of what we ourselves
    • themselves in you; once more, something physical, but imperceptible in
    • ourselves for the future — perceptible and physical — life
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    • by the things themselves; the thoughts come to us. Thought is achieved
    • themselves human; they were Beings standing higher in the scale of
    • the state in which the souls of the dead find themselves in this
    • yourselves. People of to-day can hardly yet succeed in this, but you
    • themselves related, on Earth, to the feeling they had of being in the
    • was cast out also in former times, into His service. And we ourselves,
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    • which man passes between death and a new birth express themselves
    • Picture to yourselves that man becomes a kind of image of the cosmic
    • ourselves in the Sun sphere the first germ of the physical heart is
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    • — of ourselves, that is. We have in the first place our senses.
    • things in their spiritual aspect if we were obliged to tell ourselves
    • to feel ourselves one with the whole Earth. When we have this
    • experience, beginning at the same time to feel ourselves one with the
    • myths to-day, and like to persuade themselves that they are uplifted
    • super-sensible man, we find ourselves quite naturally turning away from
    • metals. Once again therefore we can say to ourselves that even during
    • active in the life which we ourselves are now sharing with them. They
    • themselves to him, precisely because he has prepared himself in this
    • revealing themselves to us. Within these secrets something more lies
    • ourselves rise to the level of cosmic poetry. At first we listen in
    • themselves also in the melody, in the articulation of speech. We see
    • upright, how his limbs and body orientate themselves to the dynamics
    • boundaries there are! Try, my dear friends, to picture to yourselves
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    • themselves are not the essential thing. The point is the inner
    • behind the dream and these forces clothe themselves in
    • picture this to yourselves as though a man sank under water,
    • yourselves someone asleep. During sleep, processes of the
    • we live within the divine spiritual beings themselves.
    • so take us up into themselves that we rest within them with our
    • spiritual beings themselves. This can be expressed by saying
    • ourselves as well. We find ourselves as beings of soul; not,
    • ourselves in earlier incarnations — entered very often
    • ourselves out of the first state, and out of the second state
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    • themselves are not the essential thing. The point is the inner
    • behind the dream and these forces clothe themselves in
    • picture this to yourselves as though a man sank under water,
    • yourselves someone asleep. During sleep, processes of the
    • we live within the divine spiritual beings themselves.
    • so take us up into themselves that we rest within them with our
    • spiritual beings themselves. This can be expressed by saying
    • ourselves as well. We find ourselves as beings of soul; not,
    • ourselves in earlier incarnations — entered very often
    • ourselves out of the first state, and out of the second state
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    • sense-organs themselves, or more exactly the sites of the
    • darkened, the eyes themselves begin, like two phosphorescent suns, to
    • detach themselves, a few days after man's death, as etheric body from
    • disclose themselves as those we know from anthroposophical writings as
    • manifesting themselves, revealing themselves in speech. They knew that
    • individual Spirits experience themselves inwardly, and each other in
    • altogether from human observation) reveal themselves in creation,
    • on to the true reality, we come to the individual Spirits themselves,
    • individual Spirits, but in which they show themselves as it were only
    • themselves today as the nucleus of what must spread to wider and wider
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    • sense-organs themselves, or more exactly the sites of the
    • darkened, the eyes themselves begin, like two phosphorescent suns, to
    • detach themselves, a few days after man's death, as etheric body from
    • disclose themselves as those we know from anthroposophical writings as
    • manifesting themselves, revealing themselves in speech. They knew that
    • individual Spirits experience themselves inwardly, and each other in
    • altogether from human observation) reveal themselves in creation,
    • on to the true reality, we come to the individual Spirits themselves,
    • individual Spirits, but in which they show themselves as it were only
    • themselves today as the nucleus of what must spread to wider and wider
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    • the individual's own part in that process, clarify themselves.
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    • themselves with these questions.
    • moments when such men feel themselves at a turning-point of their
    • approached men felt themselves more and more incapable of
    • you convince yourselves that the Gospels or other documents are
    • highly advanced personalities (who themselves had passed through
    • could only be attained by men who had prepared themselves for
    • In studying the Gospels, we may ask ourselves: What
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    • themselves with these questions.
    • moments when such men feel themselves at a turning-point of their
    • approached men felt themselves more and more incapable of
    • you convince yourselves that the Gospels or other documents are
    • highly advanced personalities (who themselves had passed through
    • could only be attained by men who had prepared themselves for
    • In studying the Gospels, we may ask ourselves: What
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    • the Atlanteans themselves. They understood all that was living in
    • this Ego-consciousness expressed in the opening notes themselves, in
    • themselves? But if they were to do so, the world would enquire about
    • upon it took something of the Eternal into themselves.
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    • the Atlanteans themselves. They understood all that was living in
    • this Ego-consciousness expressed in the opening notes themselves, in
    • themselves? But if they were to do so, the world would enquire about
    • upon it took something of the Eternal into themselves.
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    • the Ideas subsist in and through themselves. Plato could not
    • had been fulfilled the training whereby men could themselves have
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    • the Ideas subsist in and through themselves. Plato could not
    • had been fulfilled the training whereby men could themselves have
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    • themselves; the forces of thought, feeling and of the will become
    • people withdrew themselves more and more even from the mere act of
    • ourselves from this chaos. The very course of human evolution demands
    • that we should extricate ourselves from this chaos. Indeed, for this
    • ourselves that we can carry over into the new time the things which
    • Beings can then once more interest themselves in the human
    • and say to themselves: Terrible events have taken place in the whole
    • we designate as “history”. We must say to ourselves:
    • for ourselves, working for others and not only for ourselves — what
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    • themselves; the forces of thought, feeling and of the will become
    • people withdrew themselves more and more even from the mere act of
    • ourselves from this chaos. The very course of human evolution demands
    • that we should extricate ourselves from this chaos. Indeed, for this
    • ourselves that we can carry over into the new time the things which
    • Beings can then once more interest themselves in the human
    • and say to themselves: Terrible events have taken place in the whole
    • we designate as “history”. We must say to ourselves:
    • for ourselves, working for others and not only for ourselves — what
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    • that we should orient ourselves with the aid of encompassing
    • do not only live for ourselves; we also live for the whole universe.
    • of their own accord, for we can see how they form themselves.”
    • importance to themselves. Yet it would be far more reasonable to
    • they need not concern themselves with a spiritual world. They are
    • we gradually become mature men, who concern themselves with the
    • can only be understood in the right way if we say to ourselves: In
    • themselves: Many men have passed through the sacrifice of death and
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    • that we should orient ourselves with the aid of encompassing
    • do not only live for ourselves; we also live for the whole universe.
    • of their own accord, for we can see how they form themselves.”
    • importance to themselves. Yet it would be far more reasonable to
    • they need not concern themselves with a spiritual world. They are
    • we gradually become mature men, who concern themselves with the
    • can only be understood in the right way if we say to ourselves: In
    • themselves: Many men have passed through the sacrifice of death and
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    • the life of the human soul which express themselves in the forms of
    • themselves in the forms of sacred buildings and give birth to new
    • forms, the colours and so on. For in those times the Gods themselves
    • themselves worthy to receive the forces streaming to them from above.
    • What we ourselves have to create is essentially new — in
    • Initiation. These buildings shut themselves off from the outer
    • columns which in themselves reveal their function as ‘bearers’
    • lead out and beyond; they strive as it were to make themselves
    • same happenings repeat themselves seven times over, until the eighth
    • and absorb ourselves in it; the graphic, if at times rather crude
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    • the life of the human soul which express themselves in the forms of
    • themselves in the forms of sacred buildings and give birth to new
    • forms, the colours and so on. For in those times the Gods themselves
    • themselves worthy to receive the forces streaming to them from above.
    • What we ourselves have to create is essentially new — in
    • Initiation. These buildings shut themselves off from the outer
    • columns which in themselves reveal their function as ‘bearers’
    • lead out and beyond; they strive as it were to make themselves
    • same happenings repeat themselves seven times over, until the eighth
    • and absorb ourselves in it; the graphic, if at times rather crude
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    • or less uncultured in their souls, — perceived in themselves
    • sense. Deep in the subconscious they said to themselves, we have
    • Christ to Earth. They asked themselves, How did the super-sensible
    • Yet if as initiates of modern time we fill ourselves with
    • that we have hitherto experienced as Death we feel ourselves called
    • we bring to life within ourselves the Christ who as the Risen One is
    • of all things, even within this earthly life. We feel ourselves alive
    • we let Christ be our guide we can unite ourselves to the Holy Spirit
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    • or less uncultured in their souls, — perceived in themselves
    • sense. Deep in the subconscious they said to themselves, we have
    • Christ to Earth. They asked themselves, How did the super-sensible
    • Yet if as initiates of modern time we fill ourselves with
    • that we have hitherto experienced as Death we feel ourselves called
    • we bring to life within ourselves the Christ who as the Risen One is
    • of all things, even within this earthly life. We feel ourselves alive
    • we let Christ be our guide we can unite ourselves to the Holy Spirit
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    • If you will remind yourselves of some of the things I have said in
    • therefore we shall not concern ourselves with the differences that
    • the evolution of the Archangels themselves. For even when we are
    • still higher Hierarchies, giving themselves up in devotion to these
    • very being of higher Hierarchies than themselves. So long as it all
    • depended upon Intuition, the Archangels surrendered themselves to the
    • in Rome. But, thinks Hermann Grimm, if we are honest with ourselves,
    • the Roman we can still feel ourselves near; then comes a great gulf.
    • deplorable! They are made out to be just like ourselves. They were
    • tragedies themselves.
    • worlds of the Gods themselves. Christ's passing through death
    • that as men gradually receive into themselves more and more of the
    • The Archangels had to transpose themselves by means of Intuition into
    • ourselves. And as we are able to enter into their deeper meaning we
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    • If you will remind yourselves of some of the things I have said in
    • therefore we shall not concern ourselves with the differences that
    • the evolution of the Archangels themselves. For even when we are
    • still higher Hierarchies, giving themselves up in devotion to these
    • very being of higher Hierarchies than themselves. So long as it all
    • depended upon Intuition, the Archangels surrendered themselves to the
    • in Rome. But, thinks Hermann Grimm, if we are honest with ourselves,
    • the Roman we can still feel ourselves near; then comes a great gulf.
    • deplorable! They are made out to be just like ourselves. They were
    • tragedies themselves.
    • worlds of the Gods themselves. Christ's passing through death
    • that as men gradually receive into themselves more and more of the
    • The Archangels had to transpose themselves by means of Intuition into
    • ourselves. And as we are able to enter into their deeper meaning we
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • picture to yourselves this great wall which grew up in Europe in
    • inform themselves about the dark secrets of existence. The
    • not only to themselves but to the religious life of men, forces
    • insinuated themselves into the sphere of rationalistic thought. The
    • other Westwards of this region. These two worlds in themselves
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    • picture to yourselves this great wall which grew up in Europe in
    • inform themselves about the dark secrets of existence. The
    • not only to themselves but to the religious life of men, forces
    • insinuated themselves into the sphere of rationalistic thought. The
    • other Westwards of this region. These two worlds in themselves
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    • in our so-called physical life between birth and death. We ourselves
    • physical body in order to make ourselves acquainted through it with
    • emancipate ourselves from what is solid in us, the moment we feel
    • ourselves only in our liquid part, Imaginative experiences can
    • choice. We form our friendships for ourselves, likewise our other
    • ourselves. Not only does our feeling, our condition, depend on the
    • relation to ourselves. This system consists of the elemental beings
    • against an altogether different spirit in ourselves. Assume, for
    • In short, we shall do well to bring home to ourselves with true
    • similar circumstances to those in which the dead themselves had
    • ourselves to those who are trying so hard to send the pure rays of
    • can easily be misunderstood. Above all, we can only express ourselves
    • the idea; yet we ourselves must first achieve the actual presence.
    • themselves upward to the dead without their undergoing this exertion.
    • aware that it was not they themselves who were beholding, but that
    • we shall rightly place ourselves into the vision from the surrounding
    • Himself, our relation within the spiritual world, to behold ourselves
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    • in our so-called physical life between birth and death. We ourselves
    • physical body in order to make ourselves acquainted through it with
    • emancipate ourselves from what is solid in us, the moment we feel
    • ourselves only in our liquid part, Imaginative experiences can
    • choice. We form our friendships for ourselves, likewise our other
    • ourselves. Not only does our feeling, our condition, depend on the
    • relation to ourselves. This system consists of the elemental beings
    • against an altogether different spirit in ourselves. Assume, for
    • In short, we shall do well to bring home to ourselves with true
    • similar circumstances to those in which the dead themselves had
    • ourselves to those who are trying so hard to send the pure rays of
    • can easily be misunderstood. Above all, we can only express ourselves
    • the idea; yet we ourselves must first achieve the actual presence.
    • themselves upward to the dead without their undergoing this exertion.
    • aware that it was not they themselves who were beholding, but that
    • we shall rightly place ourselves into the vision from the surrounding
    • Himself, our relation within the spiritual world, to behold ourselves
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    • themselves were concerned, had meant nothing but astronomical,
    • but on closer inspection they reveal themselves as very superficial.
    • place ourselves into the Greek consciousness — what were they?
    • is the essence of what the Greeks pictured to themselves concerning
    • So said the Greeks to themselves: we are governed by a race of Beings
    • consciousness — these were themselves successors of these
    • Intuition; and those at the stage of Inspiration set themselves
    • themselves against them. The Intuitive were thus overthrown through
    • already gone by, for the Greeks said to themselves: the time of Zeus
    • themselves of the Sulphur processes: hence Zeus can hurl his
    • we confine ourselves today to the two mythologies and tomorrow touch
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    • said to themselves: that age in which men still lived directly with
    • them. Imagine to yourselves such pictures, but in a far more perfect
    • said to themselves: ‘this perceiving and reflecting, this is
    • had grown to such a pitch that they asked themselves: When I form a
    • tormented themselves in the Middle Ages, when the abstractive
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    • looked back into ancient times and said to themselves: the Gods
    • themselves a greater antiquity than that of the Gods then in power.
    • fact, in themselves, that which they made themselves out to be.
    • sense. Today, however, men themselves have already forgotten what was
    • themselves very profound when they do it.
    • men think themselves nowadays when they believe that they are
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    • moreover called themselves the ‘immortals’ in that
    • post-Atlantean-period. We must transplant ourselves in a new way, my
    • people to say: Well let's leave ourselves to World-destiny,
    • wouldn't bother themselves about anything! That is why things have
    • interests, who, while they feel themselves too weak or too lazy,
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    • contain in themselves all that a man can compass.
    • themselves from the spirit what is no longer given by nature. I
    • lies in the fact that men cannot lift themselves to a more
    • familiarizing themselves with a certain ease and facility with what,
    • attach themselves to anthroposophical Spiritual Science. If they have
    • themselves. Only in that way can this present time come through the
    • not meant to be merely something for people who have cut themselves
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    • to ourselves. For what is this head? This head is in truth, as it
    • yourselves: this same man who has been killed at the age of thirty
    • express themselves in a very special way upon many things connected
    • that they do not occupy themselves in any way with science, but that
    • and buried. Rather did they bring themselves into connection with the
    • and in the Marxist circles they have only occupied themselves with
    • let themselves be prompted by professorial-thoughts, which are purely
    • even those who from all sorts of reasons have ranged themselves with
    • understood if men lift themselves to seek a connection with the
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    • it ourselves. Between death and a new birth we come to know all the
    • we ourselves take part in working in the cosmos. And from the
    • often find themselves
    • arise? It arises through the fact that we ourselves carry piece by
    • peacefully stream out, and they do not bother themselves about it.
    • The foreign correspondents have shown themselves, well, less
    • themselves. Thus I have had a newspaper given me in which these two
    • métier is study, ought to occupy themselves with such things,
    • it that has as much reality as an image that we see of ourselves in a
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    • feel ourselves as participants in the creation of the world.
    • by freeing ourselves from the corporeal nature, we trace out the
    • underlying the whole human being which reveal themselves when we
    • whence come the souls who have united themselves with these inherited
    • addition to their original tendencies, they showed themselves deeply
    • indeed, the Americans should not pride themselves on their forebears,
    • for the good of humanity. And we must not let ourselves be
    • can be understood, if we ask ourselves not only what blood flows in a
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    • feel ourselves as participants in the creation of the world.
    • by freeing ourselves from the corporeal nature, we trace out the
    • underlying the whole human being which reveal themselves when we
    • whence come the souls who have united themselves with these inherited
    • addition to their original tendencies, they showed themselves deeply
    • indeed, the Americans should not pride themselves on their forebears,
    • for the good of humanity. And we must not let ourselves be
    • can be understood, if we ask ourselves not only what blood flows in a
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    • of the duty or aim we have set ourselves in freedom of thought. In
    • ourselves, to begin with, are unconscious during sleep, the Being
    • were always only to encounter what we wish for ourselves, such a life
    • would befall us that we desired for ourselves — but in the
    • ourselves alone; through intensified human love we need to have
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    • of the duty or aim we have set ourselves in freedom of thought. In
    • ourselves, to begin with, are unconscious during sleep, the Being
    • were always only to encounter what we wish for ourselves, such a life
    • would befall us that we desired for ourselves — but in the
    • ourselves alone; through intensified human love we need to have
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    • element by which the sounds of speech themselves were formed and
    • conscious mind, we must deliberately adjust ourselves to an entirely
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    • element by which the sounds of speech themselves were formed and
    • conscious mind, we must deliberately adjust ourselves to an entirely
  • Title: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • results, it is necessary both in regard to the results themselves and
    • themselves to mere belief but who want to have knowledge of things
    • practised — we may have evolved them ourselves or they may have
    • themselves in its whole structure, its convolutions and so forth.
    • the thoughts themselves are within the soul — they are
    • to take their departure. They press in upon us and allow themselves
    • to be eliminated only when we train ourselves systematically and
    • as it were train ourselves in a deliberate forgetting, a deliberate
    • then we can transfer ourselves with opened eyes of soul, into the
    • reality of the higher worlds. They will never reveal themselves to
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    • results, it is necessary both in regard to the results themselves and
    • themselves to mere belief but who want to have knowledge of things
    • practised — we may have evolved them ourselves or they may have
    • themselves in its whole structure, its convolutions and so forth.
    • the thoughts themselves are within the soul — they are
    • to take their departure. They press in upon us and allow themselves
    • to be eliminated only when we train ourselves systematically and
    • as it were train ourselves in a deliberate forgetting, a deliberate
    • then we can transfer ourselves with opened eyes of soul, into the
    • reality of the higher worlds. They will never reveal themselves to
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    • themselves, one might say, artificially, that it is, after all,
    • acquired the habit of restricting themselves to the world of the
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    • themselves, one might say, artificially, that it is, after all,
    • acquired the habit of restricting themselves to the world of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • of human evolution present themselves under the influence of the
    • salary, but they had the right to call themselves professors) spoke
    • content themselves with collecting facts, because they do not wish to
    • spiritual science, even if we ourselves are not endowed with
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    • of human evolution present themselves under the influence of the
    • salary, but they had the right to call themselves professors) spoke
    • content themselves with collecting facts, because they do not wish to
    • spiritual science, even if we ourselves are not endowed with
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    • forces never go lost, but transform themselves. Natural science
    • themselves. Spiritual science must teach that this truth should be
    • ourselves: When we begin our physical life on earth through
    • effect. We should therefore say to ourselves: When we have before us
    • we do not use it ourselves.
    • look up consciously to the spiritual worlds and say to themselves: A
    • chief figures. Three Beings express themselves in this plastic
    • forms themselves reveal.
    • induces the other beings to condemn or to redeem themselves,
    • Him must judge themselves.
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    • forces never go lost, but transform themselves. Natural science
    • themselves. Spiritual science must teach that this truth should be
    • ourselves: When we begin our physical life on earth through
    • effect. We should therefore say to ourselves: When we have before us
    • we do not use it ourselves.
    • look up consciously to the spiritual worlds and say to themselves: A
    • chief figures. Three Beings express themselves in this plastic
    • forms themselves reveal.
    • induces the other beings to condemn or to redeem themselves,
    • Him must judge themselves.
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    • Boehme. We feel how they wrestled within themselves to understand
    • which revealed themselves in his etheric body. They were cosmic
    • processes which revealed themselves to man as the ever-recurring
    • able to transfer ourselves into one of the old Mystery-sanctuaries
    • within himself. Cosmic thoughts repeat themselves in the thoughts of
    • when men felt themselves placed in a living universe, into a
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    • Boehme. We feel how they wrestled within themselves to understand
    • which revealed themselves in his etheric body. They were cosmic
    • processes which revealed themselves to man as the ever-recurring
    • able to transfer ourselves into one of the old Mystery-sanctuaries
    • within himself. Cosmic thoughts repeat themselves in the thoughts of
    • when men felt themselves placed in a living universe, into a
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • heredity, but particularly through the fact that we ourselves
    • whole way of identifying ourselves feelingly with the whole of Nature
    • in the sphere of egoism, when we lock ourselves up in our inner
    • spiritually. We cramp ourselves egoistically in ideas that come from
    • knowledge? Shall we content ourselves with declamations on human
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • heredity, but particularly through the fact that we ourselves
    • whole way of identifying ourselves feelingly with the whole of Nature
    • in the sphere of egoism, when we lock ourselves up in our inner
    • spiritually. We cramp ourselves egoistically in ideas that come from
    • knowledge? Shall we content ourselves with declamations on human
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    • You must remind yourselves that as well as living through his life
    • themselves. They know nothing about the impulses that are at work to
    • in materialism? Our orientation is such that we feel ourselves as
    • habituate ourselves. That is the important thing — not the
    • because it means tearing themselves away from the convenient things
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    • You must remind yourselves that as well as living through his life
    • themselves. They know nothing about the impulses that are at work to
    • in materialism? Our orientation is such that we feel ourselves as
    • habituate ourselves. That is the important thing — not the
    • because it means tearing themselves away from the convenient things
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    • inmost impulses of the will surrendered themselves in reverent
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    • inmost impulses of the will surrendered themselves in reverent
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    • point out that we really speak of ourselves in an entirely
    • the way in which we speak of ourselves is quite wrong. We should
    • ever since the time of Saturn, were to stretch themselves into
    • ourselves after death, if we do not constantly have before us the
    • the Hierarchies themselves, the work of the Hierarchies, live in our
    • might spin out something for themselves, thus enriching the world.
    • lives in him. What we ourselves experience during our physical life
    • spiritual life, only when we have detached ourselves from our astral
    • little, we do not notice the fact that we gradually spin ourselves
    • weary during our life and begin to experience ourselves inwardly, a
    • in the first place, everything that we ourselves are able to
    • develops from out [of] our own inner life. When we ourselves
    • ourselves. The imaginative element, what we can look upon, this we
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    • point out that we really speak of ourselves in an entirely
    • the way in which we speak of ourselves is quite wrong. We should
    • ever since the time of Saturn, were to stretch themselves into
    • ourselves after death, if we do not constantly have before us the
    • the Hierarchies themselves, the work of the Hierarchies, live in our
    • might spin out something for themselves, thus enriching the world.
    • lives in him. What we ourselves experience during our physical life
    • spiritual life, only when we have detached ourselves from our astral
    • little, we do not notice the fact that we gradually spin ourselves
    • weary during our life and begin to experience ourselves inwardly, a
    • in the first place, everything that we ourselves are able to
    • develops from out [of] our own inner life. When we ourselves
    • ourselves. The imaginative element, what we can look upon, this we
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    • they connected themselves with that element, penetrating, as the
    • Finns called it, downwards from above, they also called themselves
    • connect themselves with the Slav tribes — is entirely connected
    • beings of Nature. They reveal themselves, coming from the West; they
    • And if we become the pupils of the Spirits of Form, we ourselves can
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    • they connected themselves with that element, penetrating, as the
    • Finns called it, downwards from above, they also called themselves
    • connect themselves with the Slav tribes — is entirely connected
    • beings of Nature. They reveal themselves, coming from the West; they
    • And if we become the pupils of the Spirits of Form, we ourselves can
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    • presently developing that the times themselves demand the deepening
    • the Movement should find themselves in the first phase with their
    • people of our time are not about to let themselves in for any such
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    • presently developing that the times themselves demand the deepening
    • the Movement should find themselves in the first phase with their
    • people of our time are not about to let themselves in for any such
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    • thoughts evoked by the man whom we met, revealed themselves within our
    • yourselves. While you stood before the man and spoke to him, your etheric
    • of what he experienced previously. We have really to picture to ourselves,
    • ourselves so independent of it — not letting it disturb us — that
    • We perceive light by the light, the light that is ourselves. Why can this not
    • themselves that they do not understand it at all. They are not humble enough
    • say to ourselves:
    • of the outer materialism of today. We must not allow ourselves to be deceived
    • free ourselves from the whole ‘aura’ of prejudice met with
    • springs from Spiritual Science and frequently ask ourselves what is within
    • are not quite united among themselves. For then there occurs what overwhelms
    • themselves. It is thus easy to see where the real fault and blame should lie.
    • publication of something completely foolish, they defend themselves,
    • sheltering themselves behind the infallibility of their paper. They are, of
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    • thoughts evoked by the man whom we met, revealed themselves within our
    • yourselves. While you stood before the man and spoke to him, your etheric
    • of what he experienced previously. We have really to picture to ourselves,
    • ourselves so independent of it — not letting it disturb us — that
    • We perceive light by the light, the light that is ourselves. Why can this not
    • themselves that they do not understand it at all. They are not humble enough
    • say to ourselves:
    • of the outer materialism of today. We must not allow ourselves to be deceived
    • free ourselves from the whole ‘aura’ of prejudice met with
    • springs from Spiritual Science and frequently ask ourselves what is within
    • are not quite united among themselves. For then there occurs what overwhelms
    • themselves. It is thus easy to see where the real fault and blame should lie.
    • publication of something completely foolish, they defend themselves,
    • sheltering themselves behind the infallibility of their paper. They are, of
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    • ought to ask ourselves how it happens that the etheric body acquires
    • organ, and we can now ask ourselves whether this free etheric organ
    • forgetting, we have rid ourselves of all connection with the physical
    • answer. But we must leave ourselves time to do this gradually, for it
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    • themselves fall sick with it, and even then their interest does not
    • content themselves with the thought that the people who carry out the
    • ourselves what the actual basic character of the ego is like. What
    • everybody else, yet they themselves know nothing and can do nothing,
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    • illness. And later on these various aspects will group themselves
    • coming meetings. Our main concern last week was to acquaint ourselves
    • will gradually accustom themselves to this way of thinking.
    • must picture to ourselves that in the times preceding bisexuality
    • its influence upon him. Now we know when we base ourselves on
    • from the spiritual world of the gods. It was the gods themselves who
    • gave forth their forces and made men like themselves. That is why in
    • their descendants what they themselves experienced in the sense
    • substance; you incorporate it. Now let us ask ourselves what the
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    • will concern ourselves today with something that will again appear to
    • tell ourselves that this human ego is within the human body when man
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    • absolutely untrue that the heavenly bodies rotate by themselves
    • themselves at that time: What can be done so that man does not lose
    • soul. Men have freed themselves from external rhythm. By means of
    • recognise and fill ourselves with the thoughts of the
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    • we must picture to ourselves what man actually does in Kamaloca. We
    • have taken into ourselves for the righting of wrongs in life can by
    • become capable of everything that we ourselves have taken through the
    • to incorporate this into us and make it part of ourselves.
    • that the fruits show themselves in that same incarnation. That is, an
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    • that cannot adapt themselves to the forms of the astral body, then
    • physical and the etheric body can be mobile within themselves, proper
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    • times in their etheric body, or they had to sacrifice themselves and
    • should have been; peoples who had completely surrendered themselves
    • developed normally lent themselves best to progress. Therefore they
    • themselves in a physical body. It is very important that we realise
    • later times. They did not concern themselves about other people; but
    • given to losing themselves in the outer world; their inner character
    • remind ourselves that it was at the North Pole that we previously
    • other man unites himself with Brahma, they all unite themselves with
    • personality within themselves. Therefore it spread to the West, and
    • within themselves everything that had to be developed. At the other
    • which they seek within themselves. We, however, look back to our good
    • themselves and be prepared to wait until the ego has taken hold of
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    • one who is observing the other two, and say to ourselves that he has
    • but through the relationships we ourselves create connecting the
    • the worlds are complete in themselves, and you will have seen in the
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    • for those who call themselves Christians. “Ye shall be as Gods”
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    • less we bestir ourselves on the physical plane, the less we can bring
    • of the Hierarchies to carry out among themselves, but one particular
    • achieve, the attitude of soul we can induce in ourselves to await
    • souls he approaches have recognised the urge in themselves to seek
    • of the physical plane, objects present themselves to us from morning
    • We ourselves must set before our soul whatever is to be
    • will come to us that we have not ourselves produced in our search for
    • we form for ourselves by means of our intellect, so in the spiritual
    • a cloud of visions. Everything around us is vision; we ourselves are
    • then say to ourselves: when a human being is asleep, his Ego and
    • of true religion — will find themselves firmly imprisoned and
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    • for those who call themselves Christians. "Ye shall be as Gods"
    • become ‘I’-conscious. You can discover for yourselves how
    • cannot escape because on Earth we did not educate ourselves in this
    • they cannot! The regions where we ourselves are living could be
    • who call themselves Christians. The Mystery of Golgotha was fulfilled
    • relationship with the Mystery of Golgotha we condemn ourselves to
    • Earth we have prepared ourselves to understand Him. Christ's
    • way if they alienate themselves from the Christ Event. True it is
    • to understand the root of Christianity we must ask ourselves in the
    • remind ourselves again of St. Paul's words, that Christ died not only
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    • this or that to amuse ourselves. This goes on until the time comes
    • the astral body of man have made themselves independent of the forces
    • organs. If we make ourselves consciously aware of the fact that with
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    • with whose name we ourselves connect the spiritual impulses of
    • Let us remind ourselves of what has been said about the
    • Now let us remind ourselves of how life flows by on
    • the other category would hold themselves aloof in a life patterned on
    • Mars forces themselves there would come to man the impulse to work
    • which you yourselves are living; you will understand it because you
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    • We can form a valid idea if we say to ourselves: the ‘I’
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    • significance cut across these seven-year periods. We ourselves have
    • themselves very little with matters about which the simplest, most,
    • trends of judgement and feeling force themselves into our life! These
    • themselves — Angeloi, Archangeloi, Archai — consists in
    • themselves in a marked form only comparatively late in life. A
    • reached, will reveal themselves. This will happen in the case of
    • we ourselves have heard in the past, although it could not then be
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    • behold is outer world. We must not allow ourselves to be shocked by
    • Through the body we feel ourselves to be in the Universe
    • we ourselves are living in an era when it is becoming more and more
    • ourselves desire; for it is particularly in regard to colours that
    • in previous lives deprived themselves of the possibility of accepting
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    • made a deep impression upon people who considered themselves
    • concern ourselves only with the affairs of earthly existence and take
    • ourselves what this contact signifies for one who is passing through
    • for ourselves out of the forces of the super-sensible world, we remain
    • be the light through which we must ourselves illumine the path
    • what is beneficial to themselves without any consideration for others
    • themselves had been acquired because such individuals had passed
    • deliberately refused to concern themselves with ideas and concepts
    • concern ourselves only with what is around us in earthly existence
    • prepared ourselves for it here.
    • themselves arrive at ideas of God, immortality, and so forth. The
    • submit to Ahriman's guidance; they had somehow prepared themselves
    • been. And how had they prepared themselves for this fate in the life
    • ourselves in the right way we can experience the bliss of
    • no trouble to adjust themselves to the world and are never at home
    • adapt themselves to physical conditions. Countless cases could be
    • quoted of people who cannot or will not adapt themselves to life.
    • this is possible only if we endeavour to adapt ourselves to our
    • prepared ourselves. Life between death and rebirth is throughout a
    • higher Hierarchies only that for which we have prepared ourselves on
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    • Today we shall occupy ourselves chiefly with the
    • themselves. This also led to the result that at the time when
    • ourselves belonged. We learn, therefore, gradually to know our
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    • ourselves how we can hope to penetrate more effectively, with
    • time, we can make a most peculiar discovery. We can say to ourselves
    • But the thoughts, the ideas themselves, through which these advances
    • Devachanic. Let us first remind ourselves that these three worlds lie
    • to immerse themselves, alone with their thinking, in the time when
    • the thought-content on which we still nourish ourselves came forth in
    • when they can say to themselves: “This or that rarefied form of
    • spiritual evolution, and who reveal themselves in ever-mounting
    • view of the Gnostics. And then they asked themselves: How is it with
    • We will disregard for a while what we have ourselves
    • ourselves in it.
    • also asked themselves these questions, and they said: Achamod was
    • We should try to picture clearly to ourselves such a
    • Then we ask ourselves: Is it not from the deepening of
    • themselves into the thought-world of the Greeks and Romans, and then
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    • help of spiritual investigation we ask ourselves a series of
    • given to them. They had not worked it up for themselves; it came as
    • raised themselves to the height of their epoch — and
    • themselves truly to the great phenomena of the Cosmos, but they would
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    • another. These are things which unveil themselves as world secrets,
    • planetary spirits projected themselves into the figures of Zeus,
    • reflected if we allow ourselves to compare the reflected images with
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    • Hebrews felt themselves in close relationship to forces rising from
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    • themselves; it depends on when and where they appear. The forces that
    • Fisher-King and Parsifal partake. These two nourish themselves with
    • script linked themselves in a remarkable way to the secret of
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    • such a way as to let you see how these things reveal themselves
    • constrained to say to himself: “Let us guard ourselves against
    • cannot be ascribed to a blind cause, and since the planets themselves
    • things themselves and in the relations between them. The highest
    • establish themselves in the elements which surround the earth as its
    • portents, they misused this power, appropriating for themselves the
    • one would like to advise those who call themselves materialists or
    • Let us try to make ourselves worthy to do this; let us
    • ourselves worthy of it! For not in vain are we told that the Grail
    • cannot be ascribed to a blind cause, and since the planets themselves
    • one day find themselves in agreement with what is here meant by the
    • the external aspect of the real deeds of Christ, which are themselves
    • heights before He was revealed on Earth! Let us make ourselves
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    • yourselves with the new edition of my book,
    • proceeding from Christianity began to be seized by men themselves. In
    • that they themselves produced the thoughts. The need arose to
    • in themselves had also real validity externally. Spinoza creates a
    • Angeloi evolve. And while men believe that they themselves
    • philosopher we say to ourselves: there are active within not earthly
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    • yourselves with the new edition of my book,
    • proceeding from Christianity began to be seized by men themselves. In
    • that they themselves produced the thoughts. The need arose to
    • in themselves had also real validity externally. Spinoza creates a
    • Angeloi evolve. And while men believe that they themselves
    • philosopher we say to ourselves: there are active within not earthly
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    • power in themselves and also in their reflection from the Moon. But
    • Beings who shut themselves off in strict seclusion from the rest of
    • have now entrenched themselves in the Moon fortress were once the
    • themselves in what the Earth once was. Above all, Saturn speaks
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    • power in themselves and also in their reflection from the Moon. But
    • Beings who shut themselves off in strict seclusion from the rest of
    • have now entrenched themselves in the Moon fortress were once the
    • themselves in what the Earth once was. Above all, Saturn speaks
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    • feeling did not easily accommodate themselves to such sudden
    • greater reversal of this kind. Those who believe themselves convinced
    • those considering themselves enlightened and cultured, not only bring
    • those who believe themselves to be forming their judgments out of the
    • you this evening. Believing themselves called upon to do so, critics
    • immersing ourselves in this contradiction (and a certain inner
    • bruise ourselves against it.”
    • how this wrestler for knowledge describes how we bruise ourselves!
    • itself in a living reality, how mental images themselves must be
    • through which we have been preparing ourselves for centuries and
    • which we ourselves send down. From grandparents and parents,
    • with which we then sheathe ourselves when we leave the spiritual
    • and lives between death and a new birth, which again spin themselves
    • that place themselves before the soul if one wishes to understand
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    • in the physical body, confined themselves to the earthly-physical
    • some circles that call themselves “theosophical.” It is
    • ourselves with a great deal that is accomplished with propaganda, we
    • would condemn themselves after death to being completely united with
    • necessary, however, is that we disengage ourselves from the powerful
    • ourselves from them. We live in them through their permeating us.
    • concept, but we must accustom ourselves to it: here we are outside
    • ourselves in it. After death we are stuffed full, as it were, with
    • effort of elevating themselves to concepts that are more difficult
    • ideas and concepts, we gain for ourselves the wisdom we need in order
    • believe this or that, that they must prepare themselves for eternal
    • will no longer do. Today people often get themselves into
    • people entangle themselves all the more in the physical-sensible, in
    • deplorable situation when they can create for themselves no spiritual
    • ourselves from them. Otherwise they live in us, and we cannot become
    • they have established themselves, before that body succumbs to death.
    • human beings themselves. And just as the human being is
    • nothing more than visits. That the Europeans themselves became the
    • predisposed to unite themselves with geographic outstreamings.
    • most important concerns. We must often remind ourselves of that
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    • themselves from the common element of humanity unless the soul is
    • united with the souls of those who occupy themselves with spiritual
    • ourselves are concerned, we always work upon our karma so that it
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    • themselves from the common element of humanity unless the soul is
    • united with the souls of those who occupy themselves with spiritual
    • ourselves are concerned, we always work upon our karma so that it
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    • nevertheless they make themselves felt in the sympathies and
    • Sometimes we feel ourselves immediately ‘caught’ and
    • elemental world to which we ourselves belong by virtue of our etheric
    • ourselves — are related in their turn to other people. A
    • certain number, however, are more nearly related to ourselves, and
    • ourselves become precisely such a being as these elemental beings
    • are. In a manner of speaking, we ourselves become an elemental being.
    • consist in imaginations — make themselves felt as
    • conduct ourselves in the spiritual-scientific movement. You are not a
    • is ever present in our environment, and to which we ourselves belong
    • in which these astral beings are, that we ourselves belong from the
    • remainder of the world, while we ourselves belong directly to what I
    • should often have to ascribe to ourselves so much of prejudice or
    • Moreover, we may ask ourselves, are we not largely influenced in our
    • ourselves and other human beings, or in our actions which proceed out
    • even in the physical world, interest ourselves in the subordinate
    • kingdoms, so do the dead interest themselves intensely in the human
    • be able to make ourselves like them — independent, in a sense,
    • themselves into our souls, or, if they must do so, in one way or
    • their life, or to whom they themselves established a relation even
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    • nevertheless they make themselves felt in the sympathies and
    • Sometimes we feel ourselves immediately ‘caught’ and
    • elemental world to which we ourselves belong by virtue of our etheric
    • ourselves — are related in their turn to other people. A
    • certain number, however, are more nearly related to ourselves, and
    • ourselves become precisely such a being as these elemental beings
    • are. In a manner of speaking, we ourselves become an elemental being.
    • consist in imaginations — make themselves felt as
    • conduct ourselves in the spiritual-scientific movement. You are not a
    • is ever present in our environment, and to which we ourselves belong
    • in which these astral beings are, that we ourselves belong from the
    • remainder of the world, while we ourselves belong directly to what I
    • should often have to ascribe to ourselves so much of prejudice or
    • Moreover, we may ask ourselves, are we not largely influenced in our
    • ourselves and other human beings, or in our actions which proceed out
    • even in the physical world, interest ourselves in the subordinate
    • kingdoms, so do the dead interest themselves intensely in the human
    • be able to make ourselves like them — independent, in a sense,
    • themselves into our souls, or, if they must do so, in one way or
    • their life, or to whom they themselves established a relation even
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    • ourselves into the external world, whereas the yogi crept into his
    • inner rhythm of breathing. By contrast, we must give ourselves up to
    • logical thoughts, but by uniting ourselves through our thinking with
    • themselves and share in them.
    • union and place themselves under the leadership of the supreme
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    • ourselves into the external world, whereas the yogi crept into his
    • inner rhythm of breathing. By contrast, we must give ourselves up to
    • logical thoughts, but by uniting ourselves through our thinking with
    • themselves and share in them.
    • union and place themselves under the leadership of the supreme
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    • ourselves in an entirely mistaken manner upside down, we might say.
    • way; nevertheless the way in which we speak of ourselves is quite
    • Saturn, were to stretch themselves into infinity in order to prepare
    • we know nothing concerning ourselves after death if we do not
    • the spirits of the Hierarchies, the Hierarchies themselves, the work
    • order that they might spin out something for themselves, thus
    • impression lives in him. What we ourselves experience during our
    • detached ourselves from our astral body, from our astral life,
    • experience ourselves inwardly, a delicate knowledge becomes
    • we ourselves are able to weave in the manner described, and what all
    • which develops from out of our own inner life. When we ourselves
    • ourselves. The imaginative element, what we can look upon, this we
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    • ourselves in an entirely mistaken manner upside down, we might say.
    • way; nevertheless the way in which we speak of ourselves is quite
    • Saturn, were to stretch themselves into infinity in order to prepare
    • we know nothing concerning ourselves after death if we do not
    • the spirits of the Hierarchies, the Hierarchies themselves, the work
    • order that they might spin out something for themselves, thus
    • impression lives in him. What we ourselves experience during our
    • detached ourselves from our astral body, from our astral life,
    • experience ourselves inwardly, a delicate knowledge becomes
    • we ourselves are able to weave in the manner described, and what all
    • which develops from out of our own inner life. When we ourselves
    • ourselves. The imaginative element, what we can look upon, this we
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    • ourselves touched by the great spiritual world, because souls who
    • themselves upon our soul where it seeks to look across the threshold
    • they have too strongly accustomed themselves to think only about the
    • themselves still to be led astray by all sorts of moral conceptions,
    • upon what we were. We then experience ourselves in an entirely
    • experience ourselves with an enhanced consciousness, with a
    • You will be able to convince yourselves of this fact:
    • first of all to have the Building in ourselves — as a Soul
    • The dead themselves are not in this world — but
    • the dead themselves in so easy a way — although even this “easy
    • find for yourselves, in our already existing literature on this
    • themselves, even externally, on the physical plane that evolution
    • You will find that these people express themselves, everywhere,
    • not extend as far as feeling and will. You can read for yourselves
    • separate themselves from us; after death they appear spread out,
    • individuality — kindling themselves to a new consciousness, in
    • concern themselves more with the development of their feeling-life.
    • For only through feeling and will do we unite ourselves with the
    • where the idea of Truth is concerned. Compare for yourselves, for
    • submit themselves to this influence, in a sense, in order to be able
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    • ourselves touched by the great spiritual world, because souls who
    • themselves upon our soul where it seeks to look across the threshold
    • they have too strongly accustomed themselves to think only about the
    • themselves still to be led astray by all sorts of moral conceptions,
    • upon what we were. We then experience ourselves in an entirely
    • experience ourselves with an enhanced consciousness, with a
    • You will be able to convince yourselves of this fact:
    • first of all to have the Building in ourselves — as a Soul
    • The dead themselves are not in this world — but
    • the dead themselves in so easy a way — although even this “easy
    • find for yourselves, in our already existing literature on this
    • themselves, even externally, on the physical plane that evolution
    • You will find that these people express themselves, everywhere,
    • not extend as far as feeling and will. You can read for yourselves
    • separate themselves from us; after death they appear spread out,
    • individuality — kindling themselves to a new consciousness, in
    • concern themselves more with the development of their feeling-life.
    • For only through feeling and will do we unite ourselves with the
    • where the idea of Truth is concerned. Compare for yourselves, for
    • submit themselves to this influence, in a sense, in order to be able
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    • fourth world is from Persia, the Sun. The fifth world is the Elves
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    • peoples themselves? Apart from the anthroposophical view, for which
    • thus accommodate ourselves to the fundamentally Christian character
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    • our esteemed friends who have occupied themselves less with the more
    • addressed to the Folk-souls; ‘Know yourselves as Folk-souls’.
    • not directly manifest themselves to the senses, and do not present
    • themselves at all to the ordinary material capacities of perception;
    • next higher beings above ourselves, we call in the terminology of
    • beings, down to ourselves. Therefore we can say: The First
    • ourselves will experience in the future, we look up to them as beings
    • Just picture to yourselves the sleep condition of man.
    • can, as it were, direct ourselves from without. That is the essential
    • beings, for instance, who have developed themselves in this way too
    • developed themselves in a certain respect prematurely, without
    • very well know, that while we are ourselves passing on from epoch to
    • seen how they place themselves consciously in mankind, and influence
    • themselves in the most various individual ways, we have seen that
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    • the earth; and they embody themselves, as in a physical body, in that
    • It acts on the temperaments which are themselves immersed in the
    • themselves advance in their evolution, that they themselves pass over
    • the earth and embody themselves in one or another region of the
    • idea, picture to yourselves the human etheric body embedded in the
    • Archangels themselves.
    • We must accustom ourselves to quite different ideas. Man
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    • instruments, and these express themselves in such a way, that in the
    • know in ourselves as intellectual-soul or mind-soul. Think of these
    • ourselves with a portion of our inner life are the field of
    • case bodies of people separate themselves from the rest.
    • to incorporate themselves. When such a people is split off, then the
    • abnormal Archangel to incorporate themselves in the severed part of
    • themselves to us as being actually Spirits of Form or Powers, only
    • themselves so that there should not be one humanity only upon the
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    • these particular Beings which they direct to man and ask ourselves
    • that these Spirits of Form who have developed themselves normally
    • die out and be no longer there. They do not repeat themselves for
    • we have to do, in order to raise ourselves above the general
    • themselves, and not allow ourselves to be influenced by prejudice in
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    • folk-characters of our times, in which we ourselves live with our own
    • ourselves with the character of nations, which as regards time are
    • Now let us ask ourselves: How do the still higher
    • themselves in some way or other, so that they appear somewhere in the
    • yourselves a mighty wave being thrown up from the South, which
    • Seraphim — do the Spirits of Form manifest themselves? They are
    • light, with all they include, display themselves on the boundary
    • the third or highest hierarchy pour themselves forth and stream
    • within ourselves.
    • a special task which these hierarchical Beings set themselves. We may
    • themselves in space. If you consider the inner nature of the human
    • of these show themselves in the inner part of man as his will.
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    • You must naturally picture to yourselves this hierarchy as originally
    • Form could work in the way they have proposed among themselves, the
    • weaken their activity by splitting off one of themselves. They would
    • is specially worked upon, these activities establish themselves in
    • in man. These select for themselves the second point of attack, so as
    • of Jupiter or Zeus, who felt themselves to be a centre for the Zeus
    • themselves to be the people of Zeus.
    • how then the five principal races of human evolution lift themselves
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    • themselves go through a sort of evolution, a sort of development. In
    • Now let us ask ourselves the following: Do these
    • Archangels work themselves up, through the mission they accomplish,
    • fill their several parts with rich contents, to fill themselves with
    • were even already expecting to transform themselves from Spirits of
    • to those who call themselves Anthroposophists. Whereas over in Asia
    • still carried on by the Archangels themselves, because the several
    • of the Folk-spirits themselves. At the time when the Christian
    • the Age. The European Archangels placed themselves in the service of
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    • world. Now transfer yourselves for a little while into the ancient
    • they were able to occupy themselves particularly with the Beings of
    • closed themselves to Western spiritual life. They will certainly
    • Records. These peoples of the West had raised themselves about one
    • then be seen, and with whom men felt themselves united, those Divine
    • themselves with the ‘ I ’ of man, which then
    • themselves before the souls of the Germanic Scandinavian peoples,
    • manner in which the souls worked themselves into the bodies, he saw
    • gradually formed themselves, crystallized themselves into the body.
    • must feel the ruling of Odin within ourselves in the transforming of
    • conditions formed themselves out of that one.
    • themselves.
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    • imprinted themselves in the inner being of man, in his astral body.
    • themselves by inner contemplation, in order to come into the higher
    • spheres. To them salvation lay in uniting themselves with the forces
    • insinuate themselves into his knowledge, even into his clairvoyant
    • of the Loki influence. You must now transpose yourselves back to the
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    • out of themselves, it became necessary that the Mysteries should
    • themselves, and they brought the ‘ I ’ into ever
    • preserved in themselves the direct elementary remembrance of the
    • prepare ourselves to understand a spiritual, a higher culture. For
    • compare with the world of the Elves of Light. It is that spiritual
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    • themselves with that which the human body had little by little
    • of the atmosphere, out of planetary life, to unite themselves with
    • epoch, descended again to unite themselves with physical human
    • which express themselves on the physical plane, then it must be
    • representing themselves as the re-appeared Christ. The last important
    • from the earth-forces themselves to the ‘ I ’,
    • Norse mythology. When we feel ourselves to be related to this figure
    • into the souls of men. They themselves will have to make up their
    • we look for in the substance of the European people themselves, that
    • allow ourselves to be led astray by being told that He must be like
    • yourselves from the principle of authority, for that principle would
    • whom you know, and you will yourselves find confirmed what has been
    • do with that which originates in ourselves, with that to which we are
    • within ourselves, not, however, for ourselves but for all men, then
    • ourselves together in harmony, even when we have to discuss the
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    • ourselves to be shocked by descriptions of this kind. Such facts are the
    • present epoch to make themselves worthy to receive what the good Spirits who
    • themselves with the nature of man's being. But in this way it is only possible
    • them if they lend themselves to what an ancient form of spiritual knowledge
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    • ourselves to be shocked by descriptions of this kind. Such facts are the
    • present epoch to make themselves worthy to receive what the good Spirits who
    • themselves with the nature of man's being. But in this way it is only possible
    • them if they lend themselves to what an ancient form of spiritual knowledge
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    • they work not for ourselves alone, but for the whole of humanity.
    • Truths in themselves contain life-force. Christ became
    • races, the good and the evil, will differentiate themselves. A
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    • three soul members first prepared for themselves the three external
    • themselves to the astral, etheric and physical bodies, so that the
    • into the soul and we know ourselves to be inwardly filled with it.
    • And now let us try to picture to ourselves what this shouting and
    • For this implies that the people did not know what they themselves
    • to the ancient Jews to say to themselves: That which appears in the
    • considered today, you will be able to say to yourselves: What is at
    • ourselves, let us investigate the meaning of immortality.
    • not anything that we appropriate to ourselves through the Will; or
    • anything that we appropriate to ourselves through Wisdom. Love dwells
    • in the realm of the feelings. We must admit to ourselves that the
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    • ourselves to our work today because we know that the fruits of our
    • in for themselves alone the Christ-filled spiritual science which is
    • attribute to Christ the forces which we ourselves employ, then all we
    • take into our being works not for ourselves alone, but for the whole
    • says: “Ideals have not yet in themselves that guarantee of
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    • to themselves rights which are not allotted to them. But we must
    • accustom ourselves in Anthroposophy to widen our judgments and our
    • consequences of a sin for ourselves, and the consequences of a sin
    • ages had laden themselves with guilt and sins. Error now comes in if
    • our further evolution. In our Karma we can take care of ourselves,
    • Karma, might have said to themselves: “Yes, I have indeed wiped
    • Many believe they may call themselves true Christians,
    • people proceed from the principle of proving themselves worthy of the
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    • significant only for our knowledge; truths themselves contain
    • life-force. By permeating ourselves with truth we permeate our
    • understood. To permeate ourselves with the truth that resides in the
    • life-ether, we should destroy and continuously kill within ourselves
    • when we bring about a relationship to Christ within ourselves, that
    • the Cosmic Life. But we must go through this experience in ourselves;
    • absolute truth, for we do not live only for ourselves, so that by
    • our not having received into ourselves the living Christ, we could
    • differentiate themselves from one another on Jupiter. This was stated
    • learn to know Christ so intimately, and feel themselves so closely
    • spiritual presence. And when they have solemnly vowed themselves to
    • themselves with spiritual science in this deep spiritual sense, we
    • we look on it as a revelation of the Christ in ourselves. I am
    • our Christian spiritual science into themselves, and then, having
    • those souls have taken into themselves and are now sending down to us
    • themselves separated from her. May that spirit hover as
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    • ourselves: “Only through the fact that this Being came down
    • divide themselves up into nations and make war on each other as
    • had raised themselves to the highest point, was the Christmas Mystery
    • sun for themselves, the Russians another sun, the Middle European
    • we ourselves belong, then we discover the path to that Mystery
    • must find it by cultivating all that within ourselves of which we
    • have spoken today. We must find the Christmas light within ourselves
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    • things repeat themselves in a special way in each of these epochs of
    • been adopted in all circles of thought that consider themselves
    • presents every year at Christmas out of habit? Do we lift ourselves
    • of this or that religious community? We should forbid ourselves to
    • the meaning of its existence. Ask yourselves, my dear friends,
    • ask yourselves whether there are living in you feelings that can
    • this — we cannot find the courage to lift ourselves above the
    • force that Christ can awaken in us, if we give ourselves to Him in
    • Let us picture this rightly, let us immerse ourselves in
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    • themselves as the counterpart of the starry heavens to certain inner
    • we picture to ourselves the knowledge in the shepherds as being
    • ourselves with the thought of the vanishing of a civilisation;
    • And those who have linked themselves together as the anthroposophical
    • ourselves at the time of Christmas too, if we rightly understand
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    • We will remind ourselves of some of the things we have
    • workings of the earth within him expressed themselves more in his
    • Of this Imagination we ourselves have retained only the abstract
    • happenings in the world of men as they expressed themselves in the
    • themselves that in the course of development humanity had once seen
    • themselves: “These traditions, all that was once seen shining
    • decline and simply delude themselves into the belief that an ascent
    • themselves Christians, in honour of Him of whom it is said: “The
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    • become unconscious and know nothing about ourselves and our
    • consciously leave our bodies; we see the body outside ourselves, just
    • as we usually perceive an external object outside ourselves. Then we
    • human being, and this inner spectator, then we have brought ourselves
    • significance, even whilst we ourselves are still in the physical world.
    • efface themselves, and we remain in connection with nature and the
    • blue vault of the sky; you put something there yourselves when you look
    • is so. Instead of studying spiritual science themselves, people find
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    • We must try to transport ourselves
    • themselves the product of his own thinking. The man of olden times
    • ourselves, and we regard them as our property. The man of olden time
    • olden times tried to safeguard themselves from Luciferic influences.
    • The festivals themselves were given a
    • as they conducted the sacrificial rites they divested themselves of
    • in themselves with the time of entry into the darkness of ignorance.
    • their thoughts as produced by themselves. Whereas formerly man felt
    • cultural life said to themselves: Man can no longer have such
    • to themselves: The spiritual Power indwelling the Sun could hitherto
    • needed to admit honestly to ourselves that the saving of human
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    • We must try to transport ourselves
    • themselves the product of his own thinking. The man of olden times
    • ourselves, and we regard them as our property. The man of olden time
    • olden times tried to safeguard themselves from Luciferic influences.
    • The festivals themselves were given a
    • as they conducted the sacrificial rites they divested themselves of
    • in themselves with the time of entry into the darkness of ignorance.
    • their thoughts as produced by themselves. Whereas formerly man felt
    • cultural life said to themselves: Man can no longer have such
    • to themselves: The spiritual Power indwelling the Sun could hitherto
    • needed to admit honestly to ourselves that the saving of human
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    • personalities which find themselves within it.
    • repeating themselves, and begin to believe that the souls of human
    • ourselves becoming gradually more and more convinced of the fact of
    • for yourselves in actual detail, what I am describing. When Herman
    • themselves an inner feeling-knowledge of the way in which the human
    • We need not concern ourselves whether this Zeus or this Hera and the
    • ourselves feel withdrawn when we experience in the organic process of
    • and about us is the rest of the human world, and indeed ourselves;
    • Michelangelo's breathe the same air as ourselves. This is not
    • themselves, by the inner “life sense” which was still
    • he sets his creations within the same space in which we ourselves
    • we ourselves live. Thus he releases the child from the repose and
    • we ourselves stand. We live together with this God the Father; we
    • these sibylline forces which showed themselves as demonic beings
    • ourselves, and he expresses all this in external forms. If we then
    • Prophets and Sibyls. We can read for ourselves, in these ceiling
    • all, we can see for ourselves how Michelangelo, the artist whose task
    • what we ourselves know and what our senses show us.
    • artistic method was already part of the ties in which we ourselves
    • ask ourselves what qualities and gesture of the etheric body we
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    • personalities which find themselves within it.
    • repeating themselves, and begin to believe that the souls of human
    • ourselves becoming gradually more and more convinced of the fact of
    • for yourselves in actual detail, what I am describing. When Herman
    • themselves an inner feeling-knowledge of the way in which the human
    • We need not concern ourselves whether this Zeus or this Hera and the
    • ourselves feel withdrawn when we experience in the organic process of
    • and about us is the rest of the human world, and indeed ourselves;
    • Michelangelo's breathe the same air as ourselves. This is not
    • themselves, by the inner “life sense” which was still
    • he sets his creations within the same space in which we ourselves
    • we ourselves live. Thus he releases the child from the repose and
    • we ourselves stand. We live together with this God the Father; we
    • these sibylline forces which showed themselves as demonic beings
    • ourselves, and he expresses all this in external forms. If we then
    • Prophets and Sibyls. We can read for ourselves, in these ceiling
    • all, we can see for ourselves how Michelangelo, the artist whose task
    • what we ourselves know and what our senses show us.
    • artistic method was already part of the ties in which we ourselves
    • ask ourselves what qualities and gesture of the etheric body we
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    • our etheric body reveal themselves in certain places, and we perceive
    • ourselves up to that being, and it becomes the force ruling us. In an
    • consider themselves fortunate because they do not need them. They do
    • of action sentence themselves to perceiving nothing but grotesque
    • religions. They had set themselves the task of giving human beings
    • ourselves, so to speak. As I described earlier, usually the dream
    • awareness of ourselves at the time. It is only afterward that we
    • where we face ourselves objectively. And beyond simply seeing
    • ourselves, as sometimes happens, we can also have the dream students
    • ourselves in this way without, however, recognizing ourselves. But
    • us a glimpse of the etheric body, the ones where we face ourselves
    • to us and facing us with it. We perceive a portion of ourselves
    • the animals. Many surprising things can reveal themselves there. For
    • part of our astral body when we come face to face with ourselves in a
    • ourselves over to such things, because we cannot control them until
    • facing ourselves, our own being. Just as we do not lead a healthy
    • ourselves at all times. In the physical world we are ourselves; in
    • ourselves as we have here to a thought representing a past event. We
    • are looking at and observing ourselves. Our self must always be
    • incorrectly but perceive ourselves as the center of everything going
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    • hierarchies. We learn to see ourselves grow into a state of mind
    • cannot give them to ourselves; they are not really within our
    • ourselves perceive it also, infinitely much will be revealed to us.
    • the external world, but must find the strength within ourselves to
    • participate fully in this world and to seek in ourselves the impulse
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    • earth and others frolicking on it and revealing themselves to our
    • turn ourselves into fruitful pastures for the dead when we fill
    • ourselves with the ideas of spiritual science. And we turn ourselves
    • themselves. They are tempted to think that things are quite different
    • themselves and now face the soul of the deceased as a mighty tableau
    • prepared themselves in such intensity that they now surround him as
    • had either restricted themselves to sense impressions or had reached
    • from the spiritual world. People then said that they themselves did
    • realm. None of this exists for those who cannot raise themselves to
    • of departure. We must try to immerse ourselves in these ideas so that
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    • However, in dreams we perceive only the part of ourselves that has
    • actually have to say that we feel ourselves seen or perceived by an
    • ourselves dwell in. Now, in dealing with matters of the spirit we
    • of ourselves on the physical level, such as our feelings, thoughts,
    • ourselves when we live in the higher world. We have to keep our
    • living and weaving thought patterns themselves, flowing, and pouring
    • themselves and nothing else. Such a question also indicates a
    • in the spiritual world and therefore express only themselves and
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    • but pulling ourselves together so that our soul focuses our interest
    • experience of immersing ourselves again in the brain and the nervous
    • feeling from our personality, leave ourselves behind, and enter the
    • ourselves just as we did within us. We begin to know beings of will
    • ourselves in self-knowledge in the way described in my
    • have described; there we observe thoughts in ourselves and have the
    • As we get to know ourselves
    • reached. They themselves in a way imposed that limit; in reality
    • through the illusion of the senses. In fact, we create it ourselves
    • people truly come to understand themselves and their own spirit. Only
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    • we are not yet able to use it. Then we become aware of ourselves as
    • ourselves any possibility of knowing something about the life between
    • imbue ourselves with thoughts related to the spiritual worlds. That
    • spiritual environment by ourselves. After all, no sun will shine from
    • these matters, we must be able to leave ourselves completely out of
    • never lend themselves to inspection under the microscope because in
    • themselves and out of us.
    • spiritual world. We must imbue ourselves with new images that can
    • because they do not radiate any light themselves. The rays of the sun
    • the outside, so we must make ourselves sunlike in the spiritual
    • world. We have to light in ourselves the spiritual fuel, the inner
    • already living in the knocking. We ourselves have to enter into the
    • because they exist, but because they will have trained themselves to
    • thing is to concentrate our feeling, to feel ourselves living and
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    • strengthen ourselves against the harmful influences of modern
    • indications, we must remind ourselves of a familiar truth of
    • freed themselves from the old way of observing Nature and now they
    • we cram ourselves through and through with Ahrimanic spirits as the
    • becoming steadily rarer. Men did not in those days fill themselves
    • brought to us in modern life, we must protect ourselves from Ahriman,
    • sphere and allow ourselves to be filled with Ahrimanic spirituality.
    • intimate ways. The words themselves are often still the same, the
    • particular territories of Europe, how they are grouping themselves to
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    • strengthen ourselves against the harmful influences of modern
    • indications, we must remind ourselves of a familiar truth of
    • freed themselves from the old way of observing Nature and now they
    • we cram ourselves through and through with Ahrimanic spirits as the
    • becoming steadily rarer. Men did not in those days fill themselves
    • brought to us in modern life, we must protect ourselves from Ahriman,
    • sphere and allow ourselves to be filled with Ahrimanic spirituality.
    • intimate ways. The words themselves are often still the same, the
    • particular territories of Europe, how they are grouping themselves to
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    • say to ourselves that in the men of the present age souls are
    • And so in all seriousness we will ask ourselves this question: Why
    • is to observe how the souls of men express themselves in our present
    • They do not want to show themselves to the world as they really are,
    • before they brought themselves to descend again into new bodies. It
    • spiritual world live themselves out once again in a subtle and
    • external life, for these material phenomena themselves are nothing
    • abstractions to a concrete understanding of the truths themselves.
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    • say to ourselves that in the men of the present age souls are
    • And so in all seriousness we will ask ourselves this question: Why
    • is to observe how the souls of men express themselves in our present
    • They do not want to show themselves to the world as they really are,
    • before they brought themselves to descend again into new bodies. It
    • spiritual world live themselves out once again in a subtle and
    • external life, for these material phenomena themselves are nothing
    • abstractions to a concrete understanding of the truths themselves.
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    • against envy and falsehood and defend themselves against them.
    • of them, gradually insinuate themselves into the etheric body. There
    • ourselves, but not to HIM — we shall act accordingly and await
    • ourselves — we do not say this to him — and this should
    • freedom and health. If we can immerse ourselves completely in them,
    • ourselves lovingly in his soul, with a real understanding for his
    • them; they will feel themselves cut off from the others.
    • when we immerse ourselves with love and understanding in the other
    • far as real understanding. Rebuke recoils upon ourselves and forms
    • to ourselves, and that we can, on the other hand, harm ourselves
    • able to guide ourselves. Here we see a great difference between the
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    • against envy and falsehood and defend themselves against them.
    • of them, gradually insinuate themselves into the etheric body. There
    • ourselves, but not to HIM — we shall act accordingly and await
    • ourselves — we do not say this to him — and this should
    • freedom and health. If we can immerse ourselves completely in them,
    • ourselves lovingly in his soul, with a real understanding for his
    • them; they will feel themselves cut off from the others.
    • when we immerse ourselves with love and understanding in the other
    • far as real understanding. Rebuke recoils upon ourselves and forms
    • to ourselves, and that we can, on the other hand, harm ourselves
    • able to guide ourselves. Here we see a great difference between the
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • right foundation, call themselves “Egyptian Lodges.” This
    • anthroposophical truths which we are able to gain for ourselves
    • towards Anthroposophy — limit yourselves to reject this in a
    • with these things. Let us consider ourselves as that small group of
    • true. To say to ourselves that “it is nevertheless true,”
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    • right foundation, call themselves “Egyptian Lodges.” This
    • anthroposophical truths which we are able to gain for ourselves
    • towards Anthroposophy — limit yourselves to reject this in a
    • with these things. Let us consider ourselves as that small group of
    • true. To say to ourselves that “it is nevertheless true,”
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    • appears before us, might be described as follows: We ourselves
    • ourselves change, and even the surrounding world which exists in
    • spiritual development we identify ourselves with the world. We
    • ourselves within the earth — I purposely say within the
    • ourselves grow into the organism of the earth; within it we
    • experience ourselves in the same way in which our finger would,
    • we enter the spiritual world we really experience ourselves in a
    • into ourselves, our own inner being takes on the aspect of
    • back upon ourselves from outside.
    • looking at ourselves and distinguishing between two kinds of
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    • appears before us, might be described as follows: We ourselves
    • ourselves change, and even the surrounding world which exists in
    • spiritual development we identify ourselves with the world. We
    • ourselves within the earth — I purposely say within the
    • ourselves grow into the organism of the earth; within it we
    • experience ourselves in the same way in which our finger would,
    • we enter the spiritual world we really experience ourselves in a
    • into ourselves, our own inner being takes on the aspect of
    • back upon ourselves from outside.
    • looking at ourselves and distinguishing between two kinds of
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    • in the fulness of life. Feeling ourselves members of the Anthroposophical
    • might have done twenty years ago — you will find yourselves more
    • be a matter of putting into words what human souls themselves are saying.
    • a terrible longing to solve this riddle of man. Others deaden themselves
    • in face of this question, doping themselves with all sorts of things
    • in outer life. But in so deadening themselves they kill within them
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    • we can observe ourselves in two ways, and how the riddle of the world and
    • arise within us — merely to represent the outer world to ourselves
    • When we have so strengthened ourselves within that our thinking has
    • only forming our ideas ourselves, and passing from one idea to another
    • this to yourselves: The chalk is, at first, there. My hand now takes
    • at first. And we understand, too, why cosmic riddles present themselves
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    • themselves to him.
    • were on these chairs ten years ago. It is the beings themselves who
    • ‘moon-existence’. From this we free ourselves in all that
    • look into ourselves and observe all that is woven into our destiny through
    • spaces contain. Then we say to ourselves: I no longer see merely shining
    • beings themselves can do that.
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    • yourselves at any moment.
    • ascribe will to ourselves and, on surveying our inner life, speak of
    • on the other hand, we are inwardly aware of ourselves as soul beings who
    • people deceive themselves so terribly, turning a blind eye to this direct
    • ourselves, if we refuse to be confined and constricted by the shackles
    • we free ourselves a little from these constraints we say at once: Man!
    • our bodily life. As soon as we free ourselves a little from the constraints
    • ourselves, again and again, to per-form the above activity, irrespective
    • Thinking becomes a reality in us; we experience, on developing ourselves
    • And now we say to ourselves: What you bear within you as muscles, bones,
    • to esteem ourselves inhabitants of the world of stars as we formerly
    • considered ourselves inhabitants of the earth. Hitherto we did not realise
    • in the following way. We say to ourselves: It is good that there are
    • active within him — the second man whom we contact within ourselves
    • I can elaborate it tomorrow. We now say to ourselves: I breathe in,
    • concepts mobile in themselves — ‘pictures’. The etheric
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    • and we must exert ourselves somewhat to grasp what man is.
    • that express themselves through these images — hear a kind of music
    • say, from out of ourselves. (For our own astral body leads us back to
    • we feel ourselves morally determined by certain impulses given us in
    • begin with, understand how that to which we feel ourselves morally bound
    • this transition with one life alone, if we are honest with ourselves
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    • what is flowing out of ourselves. There is the dark background, and the
    • stand in the universe and say to ourselves, as we consider, first of
    • for ourselves; the universe has its own intentions in regard to
    • in a humanised condition. We are not here for ourselves alone; we are here
    • appear in a new light, for we begin to feel ourselves akin to the cosmos
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    • through him and to him. Only, in ordinary life we do not train ourselves
    • part in a dream, we usually wake up laughing at ourselves for entertaining
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VIII: Dreams, Imaginative Cognition, and the Building of Destiny
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    • we say to ourselves that these, in respect to the physical, are all
    • cosmic secrets, yet feel ourselves continually baffled in our attempts.
    • with imaginative consciousness, we say to our-selves: Your keen intellect
    • begins to be there for us. And we say to ourselves: Because you did
    • ourselves continually: You ought to have experienced that aspect too;
    • course of imaginative consciousness; we must feel ourselves maimed in
    • in the universe if we did not keep it to ourselves. The antipathies
    • for the universe if we released it, if we did not retain it in ourselves.
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    • ourselves rightly as human souls.
    • weaker and weaker. Whereas in earthly life we look into ourselves and
    • we ourselves are being expanded too. Between birth and death we feel
    • ourselves within our memories; and now we actually feel ourselves within
    • we are so utterly unaccustomed. We must suddenly adapt ourselves to
    • upon it, gives us back to ourselves in objective form.
    • we have first to lose ourselves, in order to be given back to ourselves
    • of it. It has engraved itself into the world and now we, ourselves,
    • to the spiritual world we find ourselves confronting it in a very peculiar
    • way. In a sense, we ourselves in our spiritual counterpart — in
    • individualities, human or non-human, to ourselves now constitutes our
    • are striving, or it does not. We feel ourselves placed before the beings
    • Above all, it is no mere ideal judgment of ourselves that we feel, but
    • be the result of what we ourselves have initiated. You see from this
    • If we look into ourselves during earthly life, we find, at first, memories.
    • have lived through this are we really ourselves, standing naked in spirit
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    • ourselves are treated, particularly here in this place, where we have
    • not of humanity but of themselves and their successors. For the
    • for themselves what the truth is. Up to the present, in all these
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    • conceivable that people can free themselves from it again and arrive at
    • without men having to do anything themselves. All this points to the
    • but Christ in me.” When we look upon ourselves as something
    • upon ourselves as something which, even as regards the
    • vermin and so they cover themselves with a thick skin which makes
    • Now, my dear friends, we must, of course, among ourselves be able to
    • themselves in their Order, and one of the conditions of their
    • beings. But our modern simpletons, who consider themselves
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    • of this difference. And if men did not box themselves up within their
    • ourselves, the less we understand of man.”
    • their life before birth, On the contrary, they feel in themselves
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    • of this difference. And if men did not box themselves up within their
    • ourselves, the less we understand of man.”
    • their life before birth, On the contrary, they feel in themselves
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    • our hunger, we are doing something in which we are ourselves
    • before us as something objective to ourselves. Whereas when we come
    • to apprehend ourselves for the first time in our full human
    • allowing ourselves to concede the presence of a moral element only
    • have, like ourselves, a physical body. The spiritual world and its
    • speak — lose ourselves in our body; soul and spirit are
    • upon ourselves and our own egoity; whereas in spiritual knowledge we
    • have to come right out of ourselves — rather as we do when we
    • not-withstanding that we have taken for ourselves a fragment of it to
    • cripple, we may find ourselves able only to form and guide the new
    • without is closely connected with what we ourselves have prepared as
    • have to trace the effects, as they show themselves in one life, back
    • themselves “artists”, are free from prejudice and are
    • we have to exert ourselves. True, the acquisition of this kind of
    • thereby we attain to a knowledge of ourselves as having eternal
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    • our hunger, we are doing something in which we are ourselves
    • before us as something objective to ourselves. Whereas when we come
    • to apprehend ourselves for the first time in our full human
    • allowing ourselves to concede the presence of a moral element only
    • have, like ourselves, a physical body. The spiritual world and its
    • speak — lose ourselves in our body; soul and spirit are
    • upon ourselves and our own egoity; whereas in spiritual knowledge we
    • have to come right out of ourselves — rather as we do when we
    • not-withstanding that we have taken for ourselves a fragment of it to
    • cripple, we may find ourselves able only to form and guide the new
    • without is closely connected with what we ourselves have prepared as
    • have to trace the effects, as they show themselves in one life, back
    • themselves “artists”, are free from prejudice and are
    • we have to exert ourselves. True, the acquisition of this kind of
    • thereby we attain to a knowledge of ourselves as having eternal
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    • into which we ourselves in our present incarnation have been born and
    • were dependent upon it in a different way from ourselves in the fifth
    • necessary to a group of people forming themselves into a community.
    • the tendency people now show to withdraw into themselves is becoming
    • will become increasingly difficult to bring ourselves into a right
    • adjust ourselves in life that when confronted by karma with a
    • conclusions! We make for ourselves an idea of what someone should be,
    • us. But through ourselves alone we must find the way to understand
    • requires for its particular deepening. But we do not ourselves
    • a disadvantage, and in many respects stupefying themselves.
    • declare themselves from the outset incompetent to judge, and accept
    • it will grow stronger and stronger. People will find themselves more
    • to this, very individual results will show themselves. At present,
    • — let us transfer ourselves to the standpoint of the Angels.
    • mankind; He forsook their world. Speaking for themselves they could
    • the fact that the spiritual beings who apart from ourselves inhabit
    • Hierarchies themselves who help us when we know about them. And if in
    • us. We have need of it, we must know about it, and unite ourselves
    • science. And here we need not confine ourselves to deliberately
    • your notice; it is essential that we should concern ourselves with
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    • into which we ourselves in our present incarnation have been born and
    • were dependent upon it in a different way from ourselves in the fifth
    • necessary to a group of people forming themselves into a community.
    • the tendency people now show to withdraw into themselves is becoming
    • will become increasingly difficult to bring ourselves into a right
    • adjust ourselves in life that when confronted by karma with a
    • conclusions! We make for ourselves an idea of what someone should be,
    • us. But through ourselves alone we must find the way to understand
    • requires for its particular deepening. But we do not ourselves
    • a disadvantage, and in many respects stupefying themselves.
    • declare themselves from the outset incompetent to judge, and accept
    • it will grow stronger and stronger. People will find themselves more
    • to this, very individual results will show themselves. At present,
    • — let us transfer ourselves to the standpoint of the Angels.
    • mankind; He forsook their world. Speaking for themselves they could
    • the fact that the spiritual beings who apart from ourselves inhabit
    • Hierarchies themselves who help us when we know about them. And if in
    • us. We have need of it, we must know about it, and unite ourselves
    • science. And here we need not confine ourselves to deliberately
    • your notice; it is essential that we should concern ourselves with
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    • returning to what was practised then because they cannot rouse themselves
    • but an integral part of the organism. Men felt themselves to be members
    • and formed of themselves rhythmic speech. Thus the changed breathing led,
    • ourselves with what lives spiritually in the rhythms of the external
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    • returning to what was practised then because they cannot rouse themselves
    • but an integral part of the organism. Men felt themselves to be members
    • and formed of themselves rhythmic speech. Thus the changed breathing led,
    • ourselves with what lives spiritually in the rhythms of the external
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    • remind ourselves again and again what a great event in the evolution of
    • accustomed. For the most part we have ceased to concern ourselves at all
    • themselves bear testimony that they have no intention of applying
    • entirely new way of relating themselves to cosmic evolution had come to
    • Paul never wearied of exhorting people to develop within themselves a
    • ourselves are no longer in earnest about what we recognise as the sacred
    • Resurrection. We set ourselves at enmity with the truth and we try to
    • get clarity into their thoughts, prefer not to let themselves be troubled
    • until they see this, they will not be able to lift themselves up to
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    • remind ourselves again and again what a great event in the evolution of
    • accustomed. For the most part we have ceased to concern ourselves at all
    • themselves bear testimony that they have no intention of applying
    • entirely new way of relating themselves to cosmic evolution had come to
    • Paul never wearied of exhorting people to develop within themselves a
    • ourselves are no longer in earnest about what we recognise as the sacred
    • Resurrection. We set ourselves at enmity with the truth and we try to
    • get clarity into their thoughts, prefer not to let themselves be troubled
    • until they see this, they will not be able to lift themselves up to
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    • a number of persons have now found themselves together who will be the
    • clear to themselves when they became workers in Spiritual Science. Again
    • at last bestirred themselves, and departed to some extent from their
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    • We must familiarise ourselves with the fast that “dirt”
    • you must test for yourselves. It will not, however, be difficult to
    • people knew that by certain definite practices they could make themselves
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    • Steiner told the writer that plants themselves could never be diseased
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    • in the life-process only show themselves in the next generation, or
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    • themselves, but that which shows itself in the senses,
    • silicon do? In a hypothetical form, let us ask ourselves this
    • let us now look at the plants themselves. Two things we must observe
    • ourselves thereby. Two very different sets of interests are
    • themselves again and again. We look at them as though the cosmic
    • from knowledge into practice. For we must ask ourselves: If forces
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    • say to ourselves: Above the human diaphragm there are certain organs
    • farm, and the plants themselves grow upward in the belly of the farm.
    • which we ourselves are living and breathing and from which the
    • substances must emancipate themselves from what is working
    • themselves from the Earth's immediate neighbourhood and come under
    • this time are most left to themselves within the Earth; they are
    • The leaves and flowers spread themselves out. Now the earthly element
    • must say to ourselves: Suppose we pull a plant out of the Earth. Down
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    • yourselves that the nitrogen is immediately replaced. If not from
    • ourselves. We are united with our surroundings — we belong to
    • However, all that we do when we devote ourselves to these exercises
    • always retain in ourselves a little more carbon dioxide than we do in
    • them. If we have made ourselves thus receptive to nitrogen's
    • perceive themselves, but that which is outside them. The
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    • force themselves on its attention.
    • our recent tests (in Dornach), as our friends discovered for themselves,
    • such measures. Above all, you will see how well they lend themselves
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    • as occurring by virtue of the processes that arise of themselves, here
    • are so fond of it and draw it into themselves. Though this might not
    • a short time ago. Are not they themselves already speaking frankly of
    • For they of themselves will then attract what they need.
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    • reproduce themselves and increase greatly.
    • ourselves: We must contrive to check the full influence of the Moon
    • of the weeds; they will be unable to reproduce themselves. Now we cannot
    • work. So it is for me. Spiritual-scientific truths are true in themselves,
    • underlying feeling: the experimenters themselves are not quite happy
    • can never be understood by themselves. What I said in our first lesson
    • to the wide spaces. No longer content to shut ourselves off in a room,
    • we shut ourselves off in this microscope tube from all the glory of
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    • ask ourselves: Where is the root of this plant?
    • and we can find how these things work themselves out in Nature's household.
    • themselves, so to speak, from the tree-root-nature, and live more near
    • to rid ourselves of all the things I have here mentioned in the hope
    • has come for us to bring home to ourselves those wider aspects which
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    • by expressing themselves in this way, and thus leading people's
    • of earthly matter. (So it is in man, too, but let us confine ourselves
    • remember how we walk; we are constantly placing ourselves into the field
    • to yourselves how we manure the plant. We bring the manure from outside
    • they will seek out for themselves. Naturally, here our experiments grow
    • we must always learn to look at the things themselves, and of each thing
    • we wish the processes to form themselves in this way, we must look around
    • lines generally take a generation to work themselves out), when the
    • For themselves,
    • find themselves — all unawares — upon the downward slope,
    • the inclined plane of laziness. They say to themselves, no doubt, “If
    • and as a result they will begin to use themselves, depositing metabolic
    • and claiming for themselves things that the human being himself should
    • say to ourselves: As much as possible of cosmic substance must be carried,
    • then, we can ask ourselves: What must we give to the animal we wish
    • Those who concern themselves a little with these things — and
    • at once be forbidden to eat tomatoes. Now let us ask ourselves: What
    • to themselves and not go carrying it in all directions as people are
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    • occupy ourselves with arithmetic and geometry, we look back
    • into ourselves. We recognize the laws of geometry simply
    • as it were. By looking back upon ourselves, we discover the
    • touch themselves much less. We may therefore say that the
    • third thing is: To experience or touch ourselves (see
    • when we thus grasp ourselves. We are not yet within our
    • everywhere on ourselves. With our body's covering
    • that the fourth thing is to encompass ourselves. (See
    • We grasp ourselves. (Touch ourselves.)
    • We encompass ourselves.
    • imitate the universe. If we touch ourselves, we reach
    • ourselves from outside. Only in the fourth stage we
    • encompass ourselves.
    • ourselves into the external world. We are completely within
    • become dust inwardly, we again fit ourselves into the
    • weight. We may therefore say: Seven: We fit ourselves into
    • fit ourselves into the external world, but we take in the
    • inner life, but there we take into ourselves the external
    • to defend ourselves against it.
    • Fitting ourselves into the
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    • occupy ourselves with arithmetic and geometry, we look back
    • into ourselves. We recognize the laws of geometry simply
    • as it were. By looking back upon ourselves, we discover the
    • touch themselves much less. We may therefore say that the
    • third thing is: To experience or touch ourselves (see
    • when we thus grasp ourselves. We are not yet within our
    • everywhere on ourselves. With our body's covering
    • that the fourth thing is to encompass ourselves. (See
    • We grasp ourselves. (Touch ourselves.)
    • We encompass ourselves.
    • imitate the universe. If we touch ourselves, we reach
    • ourselves from outside. Only in the fourth stage we
    • encompass ourselves.
    • ourselves into the external world. We are completely within
    • become dust inwardly, we again fit ourselves into the
    • weight. We may therefore say: Seven: We fit ourselves into
    • fit ourselves into the external world, but we take in the
    • inner life, but there we take into ourselves the external
    • to defend ourselves against it.
    • Fitting ourselves into the
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    • not belong to our physical world, but who are in themselves so independent
    • When we raise ourselves from the physical world into higher worlds
    • of the thoughts in words, but thoughts themselves flow in a gentle language
    • and occupy themselves there and whom one must know if one is to get a true
    • the human astral body. Such things do not manifest themselves merely
    • themselves there. And lymph, the whitish juice that courses through
    • a way unknown to man spiritual influences are themselves diffused within
    • These Saturn spirits insinuate themselves into the human body in a still
    • for instance, to observe occultly what dissolute spirits insinuate themselves
    • picture man to ourselves as quite a complicated being, as an associate
    • They do not enclose everything egotistically in themselves as the liver
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    • of these things today, reminding ourselves, to begin with, that our
    • themselves have achieved. Earth-existence was necessary in order that
    • Zodiac upon a planetary system themselves evolved, in former ages,
    • We may picture to ourselves that around this Saturn, this first, dawn-condition
    • to a higher stage after having themselves passed through a planetary
    • from outside; they are “givers,” they are themselves creative.
    • themselves.
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    • the different globes had gathered themselves into balls and separated
    • with the sun on one side and the moon on the other. We now ask our-selves
    • themselves. They drew out their dwelling place and all they needed as
    • themselves created the dwelling-places in which they could live. Now
    • Put yourselves back into the time when the sun and then the moon released
    • of the etheric body; then they themselves advanced a stage, and when
    • giving ourselves up to the illusion of the man who takes the little
    • the beings who themselves drew out the globes of the planets which we
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    • We will now occupy ourselves
    • body of the Spirits of Form. These celestial beings mirrored themselves
    • have laid aside their etheric body, “exuded” it out of themselves
    • have permeated themselves with it. As the lowest member of their being
    • your egos there as the lowest member, and that they could manifest them-selves
    • through space. Think of yourselves on the old Moon and your egos outside
    • express themselves as sheer egos out of space. They have given up to
    • anchored themselves in him.
    • in that which we ourselves gradually develop as our fifth member. What
    • ourselves to Manas, so in the further course of evolution we shall someday
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    • about them, but must not let ourselves be misled by what appear here
    • you a description of how the other planets had loosed themselves. Let
    • beings the capacities of which we have just spoken, detached themselves,
    • darkness on the earth; the beings had kept for themselves inwardly only
    • very important one. You must picture to your-selves that in this original
    • and the substances dissolved in the water which were them-selves watery,
    • they listened to the cosmic music and arranged themselves in conformity
    • had to be born from a living creature. Organisms have never formed themselves
    • in a continuous process of condensation — the elements themselves
    • yourselves. That was present at the beginning of the Earth and from
    • brought the substances to dance, the protoplasmic masses inserted themselves.
    • the ash as formerly they had taken up the albumen and organized themselves
    • stored it up in themselves, having previously consisted entirely of
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    • content ourselves with the idea that we have to do with a mere reversal.
    • Even if we go back not at all far in the regions where we ourselves
    • and took for them-selves the control of the “individuality”
    • themselves, then that exuberant, vigorous development would have come
    • ourselves have no interest in it. We will relinquish it therefore to
    • them-selves more and more with His Spirit. And when the earth itself
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    • and their own kingdom. To themselves they say “I,” and human
    • But where are the Spirits of the Powers? They express themselves in
    • We have now raised ourselves
    • that they do not concern themselves about the individual. Individual
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    • This sum of feelings and sensations to which we gradually accustom ourselves
    • sound human intelligence, we should only be deceiving ourselves. We
    • ourselves as spiritual beings, but to whom we have so far paid little
    • ourselves principally with cosmic beings who stand above man and have
    • the doers themselves.
    • such beings show themselves to clairvoyant sight.
    • working purely mechanically. We must picture to ourselves that all the
    • We now ask ourselves:
    • to be with the incarnation, they do not keep for themselves what progresses
    • live a bodiless existence. They must cut themselves off entirely from
    • themselves. That happens however only up to a certain stage, after which
    • unwilling to concern ourselves with knowledge of these things. You will
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    • They could not close themselves to the existence of Sylphs or Lemures!
    • this fine etheric aura arises, they not only approach to satisfy themselves,
    • today with physical science. And one day the learned will find themselves
    • In all of them the memory reached up to the ancestor and they felt themselves
    • themselves, uniting in groups with those of similar ideas while retaining
    • which men find themselves together without the differentiation of the
    • But when men find themselves together in voluntary associations they
    • group themselves round centres. The feelings streaming in this way to
    • men themselves whether or not they give as many as possible of such
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    • and ask ourselves: Can man do something on this earthly planet —
    • body have the feeling: That must be so, the three angels maintain themselves
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    • ask ourselves, however, about Tertullian's ideas,
    • when they themselves didn't understand much about
    • does not consider only the surface, but delves into the
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    • human on earth. They could also express themselves so that
    • of love, those people felt in themselves a new
    • themselves fecundated by all-encompassing cosmic love. Only
    • They had to ask themselves: Who was it with whom we were
    • love. They saw themselves wandering after the Mystery of
    • But they didn't recognize him, they saw themselves
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    • certain sense men who carried within themselves the same
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    • transplant themselves from one place to another, however
    • ourselves for a moment in the soul of Jesus of Nazareth
    • progress if they separate themselves from the rest of
    • things. But the impressions not only engrave themselves
    • could no longer understand themselves well. For something
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    • the people who dedicated themselves to that occult
    • Essenes do though; they separate themselves from the
    • themselves by means of their way of life and their occult
    • others in order to be happy themselves. Those words greatly
    • on people when they overestimate themselves, have too
    • stones to bread, they cannot nourish themselves by the
    • themselves with money. That was where Ahriman still had
    • repeat themselves, which clairvoyant research can often
    • felt themselves healed. They went to their neighbors who
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    • themselves contain the power of the Word, the Logos himself, the power
    • astral body, Steiner says that those who have made themselves capable
    • context, readers must discern for themselves which particular time-cycle
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    • true when it delves into the first manifestations of our planetary system,
    • delves into physical matter in order to understand and master it. In
    • beings always carry within themselves what they will see around them
    • themselves according to the stream in which they apparently belong.
    • teaching is that, from now on, souls should prepare themselves to transform
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    • true when it delves into the first manifestations of our planetary system,
    • delves into physical matter in order to understand and master it. In
    • beings always carry within themselves what they will see around them
    • themselves according to the stream in which they apparently belong.
    • teaching is that, from now on, souls should prepare themselves to transform
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    • are those who have lifted themselves up to knowledge and life in the
    • constantly changing but they expressed themselves again and again in
    • should immerse ourselves in this sign until we feel it is no longer
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    • ones into the mysteries themselves. That took place in a state of
    • were led back to vision of the physical world, they experienced themselves
    • but the group souls themselves never die.
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    • willing to place themselves at the disposal of this being, then she
    • could not find expression on the physical plane. We ourselves must create
    • not to be troubled by people's mistakes; they themselves must atone
    • ourselves will thereby be strengthened. We should continue the celebration
    • followers is that they let themselves be stimulated by her spirituality.
    • forces at the disposal of spiritual powers who wish to reveal themselves,
    • a long wait. Selfless are those who devote themselves to the spiritual
    • on the physical plane. We serve her best by placing ourselves in the
    • who pray for spirit, for they find through themselves the Kingdom of
    • a work we allow ourselves to be stimulated by the spirit who spoke through
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    • must raise themselves to the astral plane, and then to the devachanic
    • plane. It has become clear to us that human beings who raise themselves
    • themselves to the devachanic plane; this plane's world of pictures resounds
    • the sounds themselves? What we find in the philosophical books concerning
    • When human beings raise themselves to the astral plane they experience
    • Atlanteans at that time. The souls worked themselves out of that situation
    • who rise above themselves, will have, through their work, achieved
    • all future organs already laid out. The organs reveal themselves as
    • let us ask ourselves: What do the trees that he saw signify? That is
    • into themselves the tree of knowledge through the red blood.
    • or Abel direction, while the other included those who themselves had
    • be seen by those who themselves transform the earth, then he will say:
    • the seals ourselves. Only when within our society we open the seals of the
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    • they must apply certain methods of inner development to themselves.
    • of the exercises even if the students themselves have not noticed any
    • Let us put ourselves in
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    • body for themselves, but in certain states of consciousness their speaking
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    • more we imagine ourselves back into the state of consciousness in the
    • At that time the people in middle Europe felt themselves to be members
    • Cheruscans experienced themselves, not as individuals, but as members
    • epoch to epoch human souls find themselves again and again in different
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    • Therefore, he says of those who have continued to keep themselves from
    • do this; ordinary human beings cannot yet close themselves off from
    • unite themselves with the impulse of Christ will take what they have
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    • themselves that the human being has descended from the divine spiritual
    • world. But they did not know that human beings could work themselves
    • spiritualized themselves in the sixth age by absorbing Theosophy. The
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    • not look out into cosmic spaces. They felt themselves rather as one
    • the moon and made them clairvoyant. Human beings said to themselves
    • themselves the knowledge of Christ Jesus in our age.
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    • learn the language of the Hottentots in order to make themselves understood
    • within them the real etheric body of Sem in order to make themselves
    • We must now ask ourselves
    • walked on the earth bearing such a copy within themselves. Columba,
    • rely on themselves, on their own I. Such inspired people will become
    • in the time of Francis of Assisi. All of these humble people let themselves
    • of the I of Jesus of Nazareth. In this way, those who prepare themselves
    • make themselves into living recipients of what Moses and
    • epoch are those who truly take into themselves what will later be
    • power of judgment. It is proclaimed to those who bear within themselves
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    • within ourselves presents itself as a picture in the various animals.
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    • of what they had prepared in ancient Atlantis. They told themselves
    • most beautiful age of the kingdom of earth. But for the souls themselves
    • stream, the Christ impulse will be taken into selves that are increasingly
    • of nature. But those who unite themselves with the spirit appear as
    • the sealed human beings. Such people must take into themselves
    • into themselves as spiritual substance and teaching will be their soul
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    • also be those who have chained themselves to matter. These materialistic
    • will be close to God, they will have completely spiritualized themselves.
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    • up with what they themselves had neglected in the past. What they should
    • behind: such human beings who could not prevent themselves from dropping
    • allow themselves to be saved and who will unite with the sun.
    • can develop themselves further to a new sun state. What has been cleansed
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    • teachings, have made themselves capable of recognizing Christ will be
    • and work on themselves in order to take in manas.
    • are preparing themselves by taking in Theosophy will take in new forms
    • themselves to be immature in the age of Venus-Earth, who have placed
    • themselves under the rulership of Sorat, must now isolate themselves
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    • themselves. Just as that which the Templars had experienced in connection
    • themselves to be guilty of just that over which they had again and again won
    • account any less great and deep. We must not deceive ourselves as to pain and
    • ready to partake in it, ready to sink ourselves in it, ready to pour it out
    • themselves. And as materialism spreads, it will be more and more believed
    • For that to be possible, human beings will have to lift themselves to a
    • live there not for ourselves but for others, for the world — when we
    • the spiritual world from the souls of the Templars themselves. That is what
    • under torture to speak untruths about themselves. This fact — not
    • themselves. What makes itself manifest in the world is indeed truth; but the
    • this life, they prepare themselves for the life after death. That a true
    • and death we come no further in the spiritual than to say to ourselves
    • forces established themselves within Man. For magnetic and electric forces
    • human organism and united themselves with human life; and this very fact made
    • speaking. “Person,” did I say? Here we must remind ourselves that
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    • themselves. Just as that which the Templars had experienced in connection
    • themselves to be guilty of just that over which they had again and again won
    • account any less great and deep. We must not deceive ourselves as to pain and
    • ready to partake in it, ready to sink ourselves in it, ready to pour it out
    • themselves. And as materialism spreads, it will be more and more believed
    • For that to be possible, human beings will have to lift themselves to a
    • live there not for ourselves but for others, for the world — when we
    • the spiritual world from the souls of the Templars themselves. That is what
    • under torture to speak untruths about themselves. This fact — not
    • themselves. What makes itself manifest in the world is indeed truth; but the
    • this life, they prepare themselves for the life after death. That a true
    • and death we come no further in the spiritual than to say to ourselves
    • forces established themselves within Man. For magnetic and electric forces
    • human organism and united themselves with human life; and this very fact made
    • speaking. “Person,” did I say? Here we must remind ourselves that
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    • another is of no consequence, and then by uplifting ourselves to the
    • this spine and nerve system (if we wish to express ourselves with
    • into this matter we may say to ourselves: True, but how then does
    • we must picture to ourselves that these outer impressions
    • themselves, as they come and go in the chaotic world of dreams. We
    • fact that the auric colours are in themselves extraordinary unstable
    • colours show themselves as differing very remarkably, depending upon
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    • permeated ourselves in some measure with spiritual-scientific
    • if at this point we first ask ourselves the following question: In
    • themselves with the preparation of the nutritive matter for the human
    • that we should now ask ourselves this other question: Since this
    • Imagine to yourselves
    • just as the external worlds show themselves to our senses in that
    • themselves as acting upon the blood-system in that they influence
    • make themselves a part of the whole human being. And even an external
    • ourselves as concepts, feelings or sensations, etc., enter into a
    • nerve, having for themselves an active instrument in the
    • The normal impressions would then image themselves
    • now, after we have made ourselves capable of doing so, let us suppose
    • eyes. Thus we have actually come out of ourselves; indeed, we have
    • man, the man we may become if we find release from our Selves and
    • super-sensible, invisible man to whom we can lift ourselves when we go
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    • we free ourselves of the ego, the ordinary sense-impressions
    • as any proof, to ask ourselves: What would be the relation between
    • certain kind form themselves which are strong and large, while the
    • penetrate so deep down within ourselves that in doing so we most
    • ourselves of this if we set aside what the mystics of the present day
    • and to plunge down completely into themselves. This inward
    • can convince ourselves especially with regard to one fact, namely,
    • convince ourselves even in connection with such an organ as this that
    • the fact that we fill ourselves with external nourishment with such
    • organism and we ourselves introduce its activities into ourselves.
    • and immerse ourselves with whole-hearted devotion in the course of
    • themselves in the course of infinitely long periods of time in order
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    • difficulties present themselves even to those who approach the
    • truths of spiritual science, we must accustom ourselves gradually to
    • this is one of those objections that disappear of themselves when one
    • assert themselves. Just as every poison has in general its own inner
    • are in themselves and as they react upon the stomach, we have those
    • and negative electricity. We can very easily picture to ourselves
    • in that we have placed ourselves in a position to observe the
    • physical and material place themselves in our way. Can we approach
    • us now imagine ourselves within the human ether-body — quite
    • concepts, memory-pictures, and to stamp themselves upon the
    • currents in the human organism always express themselves by creating
    • for themselves also a physical sense-organ, which we must first look
    • ether-body. These currents condense themselves with such force that
    • organs, and pouring themselves out over the human ether-body. These
    • can always investigate the super-sensible, and can ask ourselves
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    • ourselves how we shall have to think of the relationship between it
    • points of the organism deposit physical matter within themselves, we
    • to ourselves that even in the ether-body itself there are certain
    • force-systems that attract to themselves particles of food taken in,
    • But we can also picture to ourselves that such a force-system is
    • now ask ourselves the question: What is the full significance of the
    • next have to ask ourselves how it is with that excretion pertaining
    • picture to ourselves, therefore, that the human organism can be
    • other organs. This is the way, then, that we must create for ourselves
    • forces unfold themselves, and that in the building up of this human
    • form they at first enclose themselves within it. We have presented to
    • forces in man as flowing outward and enclosing themselves within the
    • the skin we find no more form-giving forces, we must picture to ourselves
    • substances, themselves become movement; so that we can rightly speak
    • inscribe themselves upon the instrument of the ego, the blood, so
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    • the one it takes in the normal course. We need only prick ourselves
    • or anxiety it is as if we wanted to guard ourselves, so to speak,
    • all like to hide ourselves, to obliterate our ego. In both cases,
    • to follow our ego in this way, the less inclined to adapt themselves
    • to each other. And, if we thus look at ourselves, having a
    • very time when we ourselves still remain withdrawn from our inner
    • themselves in the easily excitable element of the blood. There is no
    • express themselves primarily in the blood-system. And so, wherever
    • ourselves time. If we are patient and wait, we shall discover where
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    • ourselves already compelled to ascribe as a preliminary the
    • themselves in real effects; so that, as a result of purely occult
    • will, during the next few decades, reveal themselves gradually and
    • ourselves at this point: to what extent then, does this inner system,
    • manifest themselves through a sort of animated, mobile process of
    • consciously in that we ourselves bring about, after the
    • manifest themselves as of like nature in our organism, and of which
    • digestive canal these nutritive substances have within themselves
    • blood. They must be able to metamorphose themselves by the time they
    • normal consciousness, we ourselves belong only to the physical world.
    • dependent upon all the other processes that fit themselves into the
    • chemical course by the soul-processes themselves, we may ask how this
    • have, that in which we most completely interiorise ourselves to our
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    • ourselves a nutritional stream, taken in by the life-process, or, as
    • diverse organs form themselves. Certain kinds of tissue, for
    • instance, change themselves in such a way that when they have added
    • transformed into muscles. Then again, other kinds change themselves
    • themselves so as together to fill out the form of the human organism
    • and active everywhere, bringing forth out of themselves the
    • themselves when we observe the human body externally and see how
    • we confine ourselves to the inner man, we can go only as far as the
    • organs reach into the alimentary canal and show themselves there (the
    • which amounts to the reopening of ourselves to the outer world. Thus
    • ether-body and have taken into themselves, from above, the influence
    • and also of caring for those organs which open themselves to the
    • the kidneys (although the lungs, in that they open themselves to the
    • themselves merely to the external observation of the physical eye. We
    • form themselves simultaneously with the other organs, so that the
    • themselves will one day confirm all this for mankind!
    • which embed themselves in these systems, forming tiny globules, as it
    • counter-activities embed themselves in these systems from
    • will, we find ourselves inwardly aroused, as it were, in our entire
    • themselves, and which are connected in the greatest possible variety
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    • ourselves as far as possible from the familiar, and from the ideas
    • separation of sun and earth, and picture it to ourselves in thoughts
    • reveal themselves in this element which we have had to represent to
    • ourselves through material images. Let us imagine that we have before
    • ourselves at the moment immediately preceding the physical
    • own inner being! Imagine yourselves as having been asleep for a
    • images. Bring home vividly to yourselves this inner activity, this
    • before yourselves in your own musing, you cannot get nearer to it
    • Beings called in Genesis the Elohim, reflecting within themselves.
    • themselves two complexes which might be compared with what I have
    • of a group of cosmic Beings who awaken in themselves two complexes;
    • themselves, what kind of Beings are they? In the course of
    • something which they themselves did not possess at all, something
    • yourselves in these terms what is said in the first lines of the
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    • confine ourselves to one of the first essentials.
    • interpenetration which we have tried to picture to ourselves is the
    • and turned back again on themselves from every direction of space
    • comparison as close as possible picture yourselves in the moment of
    • something the same with the Elohim, when they said to themselves:
    • Thus the Elohim could say to themselves: “At the stage to which
    • manifest themselves in outward radiance.
    • usually translated as “earth” — and ask ourselves
    • is today. Let us ask ourselves how man has become what he is —
    • yourselves how it could be raised to the level of the human form.
    • into pictures as the sounds are uttered. In the sounds themselves
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    • which we have to ask ourselves is this — what kind of reality
    • asking ourselves what were the special characteristics of each of
    • from without that they could take into themselves astral bodies and
    • knowledge to which we can raise ourselves! Must we not ascribe to
    • statement, and you will say to yourselves that each one of us has a
    • highest ideal. We feel ourselves to be of divine origin; but we feel
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    • there. In reality spiritual Beings are announcing themselves
    • ourselves: “Since there is warmth in this space, there must be
    • sound-ether permeates our nascent earth. Let us then ask ourselves
    • stage at which we ourselves now stand. During the Sun evolution the
    • of these Beings if we bring home to ourselves that in the order of
    • hierarchies. Let us once more remind ourselves that in the Elohim we
    • is undertaken by the Elohim themselves; but after they had laid down
    • able to transport themselves in feeling, in attitude of soul, into
    • which they themselves had laid down the main lines. In this way
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    • another; and outwardly they manifested themselves as an interplay of
    • as the expression of the backward Beings. They themselves bestow the
    • the contrary we should remind ourselves that everything happens out
    • Personality who reveal themselves not through light, but through
    • this — up to this point all those forces which were themselves
    • themselves known in the form of successive events in time. A correct
    • than the Archai — to intervene. While the Archai themselves are
    • themselves through light. But for lesser activities within the light
    • themselves through light, and placed the affairs of light and
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    • ourselves have lived through in other bodies; we are able to form a
    • maya that the real Beings reveal themselves. And if we scorn
    • and instruments through which they reveal themselves, we have no
    • themselves who have brought this about! We may describe their
    • the solid matter in the world, we have to say to ourselves that in
    • yourselves familiar with such ideas. You must get used to the thought
    • solid ground upon which we tread, and which we ourselves bear within
    • interwoven by the Elohim themselves, by the Spirits of Form.
    • said to themselves: “If we look upon the material substance
    • themselves. That is their field of action. They are the smiths,
    • beneath our existence. And in this way we must accustom ourselves to
    • us accustom ourselves to see in all that happens around us something
    • where we ourselves are; the same forces do not extend as far as the
    • had, so to say, to grow beyond themselves. They had to acquire a
    • as a group, had to grow beyond themselves. Let us try to get an idea
    • in the course of this work they themselves developed to a higher
    • something to which the Elohim work themselves up. The Bible is aware
    • first separate members of a group, and that they then form themselves
    • Elohim, and then, when the Elohim themselves have reached a higher
    • ourselves with this confidence and we shall reap the true fruits of a
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    • contrasted with what we ourselves are in our inner being. This
    • outer and inner. If you can make that clear to yourselves, you will
    • that a fire external to ourselves appears as a being radiating light.
    • deceptions to those who are training themselves esoterically to
    • something real formed in an external space from which we ourselves
    • felt themselves weaving and working in the light which streamed from
    • the Sun upon the Moon, they might have said to themselves: “We
    • feel ourselves to be within this light, we feel how with this light
    • the Elohim did not merely feel themselves to be flowing with the
    • and are very pleased with ourselves that we have made it so
    • consciousness that something in which they themselves formerly
    • aspect you are obliged to say to yourselves: “The conditions
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    • human kingdom was already there. Hence we have to ask ourselves how
    • were, by-products of human incarnation. So we ask ourselves where the
    • yourselves: “Then surely the first influences which formed this
    • of the water. Thus while these group-souls were clothing themselves
    • through which they manifested themselves. When at the end of the
    • into him the air. It was the efflux of the Elohim themselves, now
    • practically poured themselves into the human astral body, so that
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    • removing themselves from the terrestrial scene and working upon it
    • their evolution consisted in clothing themselves more and more with
    • themselves perceptible. Or let us say that we are coming to the
    • they? They were the very Beings who had just united themselves with
    • ourselves more closely what all this really signified for man in his
    • who bear that within ourselves. What would have become of the earth
    • were active — if they knew themselves to be receiving their
    • up in holy awe to those ancient seers, who themselves looked up into
    • world-creative powers? Looking up to these, they said to themselves:
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    • present themselves. This is so even in ordinary, external research,
    • investigation, then the real difficulties begin to show themselves,
    • ourselves are the “primal cause,” the “primal
    • of the Christ; for only by permeating ourselves with the Christ
    • immerse ourselves in our anthroposophical life. Let us try to take
    • this teaching into life. Let us permeate ourselves with this spirit,
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    • ourselves upon such a concept, or complex of concepts.
    • the whole body and manifest themselves locally when the second teeth
    • so that we say to ourselves: Here on earth, the soul-spiritual
    • organism (we will restrict ourselves to the skeleton). We must not
    • our ordinary life we give ourselves up to the present. But in the
    • ourselves establish within us.
    • themselves in the position to erect a building and they may think:
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    • ourselves upon such a concept, or complex of concepts.
    • the whole body and manifest themselves locally when the second teeth
    • so that we say to ourselves: Here on earth, the soul-spiritual
    • organism (we will restrict ourselves to the skeleton). We must not
    • our ordinary life we give ourselves up to the present. But in the
    • ourselves establish within us.
    • themselves in the position to erect a building and they may think:
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    • as an outer reality that which we actually are ourselves, that which
    • exactly as if they were always indulging themselves through repeating
    • occupy ourselves only with our own concepts, we become poorer and
    • view of the spiritual world that is only suited to ourselves. We
    • carry ourselves into the spiritual world just as in the other
    • themselves but the kind he imagines (ertraeumt), which he believes
    • beings devote themselves to this religion, although it is closest to
    • ourselves only with recognizing the character of the separate
    • possibilities for error; we must concern ourselves with that which
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    • as an outer reality that which we actually are ourselves, that which
    • exactly as if they were always indulging themselves through repeating
    • occupy ourselves only with our own concepts, we become poorer and
    • view of the spiritual world that is only suited to ourselves. We
    • carry ourselves into the spiritual world just as in the other
    • themselves but the kind he imagines (ertraeumt), which he believes
    • beings devote themselves to this religion, although it is closest to
    • ourselves only with recognizing the character of the separate
    • possibilities for error; we must concern ourselves with that which
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    • performances themselves some observations linking them with the
    • If we ask ourselves
    • always liable to err, however much we may believe ourselves to be
    • ourselves consider the best way to treat of Spiritual Science. For we
    • at a true opinion if we ask ourselves how European civilisation has
    • we put the question to ourselves without bias, we get an answer which
    • we ask ourselves unselfishly what it is that Europeans have learnt to
    • question to ourselves, then all the signs of the times show us that
    • connected with it if we were merely to immerse ourselves in ancient
    • ask ourselves what it is that men need in the conditions which
    • necessities of European civilisation, making themselves felt ever
    • and more widespread, a civilisation directed by men themselves and
    • but it has needed souls who have already permeated themselves with
    • then gathers here — we find ourselves filled with spiritual
    • us, that we may entrust ourselves to them. And if sometimes it seems
    • as if things are not going well, then we say to ourselves that if we
    • co-operate and adapt themselves to what is new, but also when I see
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    • task of making man clairvoyant, today they devote themselves to the
    • birth to Persephone within themselves, since they still had the
    • can become for us living feeling if we permeate ourselves with the
    • capacities will show themselves in that man will learn to see the
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    • sources of spiritual-scientific insight; we must fit ourselves to see
    • ourselves: ‘Our gaze falls upon the rainbow which emerges as
    • ourselves we can observe that out of a vague, unthinking brooding,
    • in ourselves thought is born out of the rest of our soul-life. Those
    • astral body ... we can then ask ourselves what corresponds without
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    • the guidance of humanity, were themselves passing through their human
    • it is impossible for them to clothe themselves in such a sheath as
    • and to permeate themselves with their substance. These old
    • themselves not so far advanced as men will be at the end of Earth
    • themselves, so that those leaders of the Greco-Latin time gave men
    • as much for themselves through their leadership as man could attain
    • because at this time men were most left to themselves.
    • consciousness we lift ourselves into the presence of the leaders of
    • was because they themselves, while they were guiding human souls in
    • into themselves the Christ Impulse, which formerly they did not have,
    • ourselves when we follow strictly the goal of Spiritual Science
    • raise themselves ever more and more to a recognition of the etheric
    • manifest themselves; when one looks up to those far-distant worlds
    • Indian epoch, do not permeate themselves with the Christ Impulse, and
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    • could not bother themselves much about men! Hence came that
    • where in the ranks of the hierarchies the Greeks themselves placed
    • exception into the ranks of the Luciferic beings. If we ask ourselves
    • Sun and Moon evolutions, in which at a higher level they themselves
    • ourselves might express this stage of human evolution thus. —
    • Picture to yourselves this sensation, think to yourselves that the
    • as their property, to feel themselves shut up within their bodies as
    • a reality, have devoted themselves to what Pallas Athene added to the
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    • remind ourselves of the fundamental basis of our Spiritual Science,
    • only, in ourselves. The egos of all other men are hidden from us
    • knowledge upon ourselves. We have to look into ourselves with the
    • Dionysos into themselves! If there were among us on the Earth men
    • they said to themselves: ‘Since Dionysos, the younger Dionysos,
    • astral bodies. They said to themselves: ‘Dionysos and his rout
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    • have to ask ourselves where in human nature those processes take
    • ourselves what the brain has to do with all this that goes on
    • which we ourselves have first produced, and which are then made
    • ourselves is simple, but the brain is tremendously complicated and of
    • ourselves to this purely theoretical exposition, if we enter into it,
    • ourselves, to get to know what we are. Now all our knowledge takes
    • If an undefined feeling challenges us to know ourselves, we have to
    • ourselves.
    • who only manifest themselves to clairvoyant consciousness. You will
    • ourselves.
    • another way, we relate ourselves to it in its true stature when we
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    • the heavenly powers, we should say to ourselves: ‘We must raise
    • from this confidence in ourselves, from this trust which grows in us
    • to say to themselves: ‘You must die and must take your debt of
    • ourselves which is inharmonious? That is connected with the whole of
    • ourselves down to a few abstract concepts; we have to approach the
    • something of the outside world, something that is not ourselves. Thus
    • gods themselves in the depths of our life-body we are unable to give
    • among them before Saturn, represented themselves; they thought. But
    • can say that ‘the original gods had need to present themselves
    • to themselves in self-knowledge.’ Therefore they confronted
    • themselves with the Luciferic beings as cosmic thoughts, or cosmic
    • thoughts, so the original gods learned to know themselves in Lucifer
    • gods have so to say left something of themselves behind, so that they
    • could look back and see themselves in this mirror thrown off from
    • ourselves in a mirror. Thus in fact the Luciferic beings are backward
    • original gods may present themselves to themselves. From this you can
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    • try to picture to ourselves what the human being was like in this
    • space we must ask ourselves which are the creatures upon whom they
    • upon all things that propagate themselves by laying eggs outside
    • ourselves advance in knowledge of what the world is, the better we
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    • into space the thinner our ideas become, and we find ourselves at
    • enters. What we ourselves have done to this divine nature of ours
    • into ourselves we find the opposite of what we find when we expand
    • danger of finally encountering the void; if we descend into ourselves
    • we ourselves have condensed through our impulses, desires and
    • into our own soul-depths we feel ourselves to an ever greater extent
    • are what we first meet when we enter into ourselves, seem horrifying
    • ourselves, these instincts develop their full strength, and we cannot
    • a lower nature in ourselves, and are thrown back upon ourselves worse
    • into ourselves we are confronted as it were by the density of our
    • plunge into ourselves, we are in danger of surrendering our
    • esoteric life a man delves into his own inner being, he is overcome
    • themselves all the time to develop what is human being, we
    • facts themselves invariably support what we say here, but the current
    • not at all at variance with the actual facts themselves.
    • on a silent speech; these movements imprint themselves on the brain,
    • we try to go out into the cosmos we find ourselves before the void;
    • if we try to sink into ourselves we find ourselves ensnared in our
    • beings and burn ourselves up in them. That is why the ordeals are so
    • with purely theoretical. We have to say to ourselves: ‘However
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    • out of the phenomena themselves. This would lead to idolatry. These
    • phenomena of Nature — never as being in themselves a manifestation
    • behind all human life, and in a special way related to themselves. The
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    • which flows to us as we steep ourselves in this Gospel. What streams
    • If by lifting ourselves to Christ in the sense of St. John's Gospel
    • acquainting ourselves with the principles and guiding-lines of spiritual
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    • culmination in Buddhism — united, in order to pour themselves
    • the exception of Jahve or Jehovah, proclaimed themselves in the inmost
    • regarding these things. At that time this people themselves had no
    • things of which the ancient Hebrews themselves had no longer actual
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    • let us once more remind ourselves of the soul-nature of the Hebrews,
    • to him complete, along with the inspirations themselves. The organism
    • made they bear evidence in themselves of their own defect. One defect
    • they knew from what they themselves experienced, that man had become an
    • yourselves, We have Abraham to our father; for I say unto you, that
    • in point of fact, from what they themselves had once cast out. The elements
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    • one hand people think the body is something external to themselves,
    • experience back for ourselves, too. We would not have our whole
    • human nature within ourselves if each external impression did not
    • those memories acquired by opening ourselves to the outer world and
    • ourselves but only when we are outwardly active and when we become
    • ourselves, this second super-sensible part of man's being, the will,
    • dying and being born is what we experience within ourselves when we
    • our connection with the best of German qualities, if we ourselves
    • in ourselves, we shall add the results of spirit vision to the
    • from out of ourselves. We shall then avoid the materialistic
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    • one hand people think the body is something external to themselves,
    • experience back for ourselves, too. We would not have our whole
    • human nature within ourselves if each external impression did not
    • those memories acquired by opening ourselves to the outer world and
    • ourselves but only when we are outwardly active and when we become
    • ourselves, this second super-sensible part of man's being, the will,
    • dying and being born is what we experience within ourselves when we
    • our connection with the best of German qualities, if we ourselves
    • in ourselves, we shall add the results of spirit vision to the
    • from out of ourselves. We shall then avoid the materialistic
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    • belonging to the mineral kingdom. We shall not occupy ourselves with
    • ourselves. We are not aware of this, however, because in man
    • ourselves through our Spiritual Science, so that there may be men
    • indicated in a recent lecture, we are preparing ourselves in the
    • Initiation,’ we are preparing ourselves for that new cosmic New
    • year, to that for which we are preparing ourselves, by endeavouring
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    • belonging to the mineral kingdom. We shall not occupy ourselves with
    • ourselves. We are not aware of this, however, because in man
    • ourselves through our Spiritual Science, so that there may be men
    • indicated in a recent lecture, we are preparing ourselves in the
    • Initiation,’ we are preparing ourselves for that new cosmic New
    • year, to that for which we are preparing ourselves, by endeavouring
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    • matter for themselves! So, they go to whom ‘right and law is
    • things enter our souls and group themselves, while without, the
    • interested only in what concerns ourselves personally, we must
    • of our soul, if we wish to discover in ourselves how dependent we are
    • So long as we allow ourselves to believe that he who blows his
    • within ourselves true interests in the great universal cause of
    • Is in fact the spirit of ourselves
    • themselves the worst dilettantists in regard to all questions of
    • themselves the worst of dilettantists in the question of
    • interests must be closely associated, even if we ourselves are not
    • ourselves to consider without prejudice the method and nature of
    • I must continually remind you to make yourselves
    • what is in question, we must not ourselves be exposed to the danger
    • they claim it for themselves, for naturally they cannot know how
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    • matter for themselves! So, they go to whom ‘right and law is
    • things enter our souls and group themselves, while without, the
    • interested only in what concerns ourselves personally, we must
    • of our soul, if we wish to discover in ourselves how dependent we are
    • So long as we allow ourselves to believe that he who blows his
    • within ourselves true interests in the great universal cause of
    • Is in fact the spirit of ourselves
    • themselves the worst dilettantists in regard to all questions of
    • themselves the worst of dilettantists in the question of
    • interests must be closely associated, even if we ourselves are not
    • ourselves to consider without prejudice the method and nature of
    • I must continually remind you to make yourselves
    • what is in question, we must not ourselves be exposed to the danger
    • they claim it for themselves, for naturally they cannot know how
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    • and that men could adjust themselves to it. Human beings are
    • we steep ourselves in the Vedas that we pervaded by the light of the
    • devote ourselves to oriental poetry, oriental wisdom, we never feel
    • European culture after having steeped ourselves in those of oriental
    • something which applies to themselves also.
    • with the Divine. Men steep themselves in oriental literature much
    • of the human when they set up an ideal for themselves. This really
    • thought-processes themselves, however, have not been derived
    • peoples, or confine ourselves to what is typical everywhere we see
    • qualities we do not ourselves possess by nature but can acquire if we
    • pour ourselves out over all peoples.
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    • and that men could adjust themselves to it. Human beings are
    • we steep ourselves in the Vedas that we pervaded by the light of the
    • devote ourselves to oriental poetry, oriental wisdom, we never feel
    • European culture after having steeped ourselves in those of oriental
    • something which applies to themselves also.
    • with the Divine. Men steep themselves in oriental literature much
    • of the human when they set up an ideal for themselves. This really
    • thought-processes themselves, however, have not been derived
    • peoples, or confine ourselves to what is typical everywhere we see
    • qualities we do not ourselves possess by nature but can acquire if we
    • pour ourselves out over all peoples.
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    • of spirit are open can themselves behold this Event, for in
    • relate themselves with this Event are men in the true sense.
    • ensnared in matter, you must clothe yourselves in sheaths
    • reality and letting yourselves be inspired by the spiritual
    • to receive the God, assert themselves with such strength that
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    • of spirit are open can themselves behold this Event, for in
    • relate themselves with this Event are men in the true sense.
    • ensnared in matter, you must clothe yourselves in sheaths
    • reality and letting yourselves be inspired by the spiritual
    • to receive the God, assert themselves with such strength that
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    • People tell themselves
    • ourselves: Were these people really “within” the
    • admit to themselves to-day what the Russian Minister Suchomlinoff
    • themselves that the physical body is the instrument of all
    • spiritual life. They have not persuaded themselves of this
    • strongly upon themselves, or they will not form a strong resolution
    • rouse themselves to bring the inner forces of their souls to meet the
    • People believe themselves Christians but have not even understood the
    • name of their God in vain every moment and believe themselves to be
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    • People tell themselves
    • ourselves: Were these people really “within” the
    • admit to themselves to-day what the Russian Minister Suchomlinoff
    • themselves that the physical body is the instrument of all
    • spiritual life. They have not persuaded themselves of this
    • strongly upon themselves, or they will not form a strong resolution
    • rouse themselves to bring the inner forces of their souls to meet the
    • People believe themselves Christians but have not even understood the
    • name of their God in vain every moment and believe themselves to be
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    • self-perception, we ask ourselves, “In that case, wherein
    • not call ourselves fully human if we did not think that motive was
    • know and what he can believe, and can persuade themselves that this
    • entirely personal experience. By this means we prepare ourselves
    • the Ego to the point where we find ourselves within the
    • Imaginations which in fact do not come from ourselves, but from
    • be active in sense perception, we convince ourselves through the
    • forgetting ourselves, of first really and truly strengthening it. And
    • super-sensible world. We ourselves live together with the reality of
    • that we raise ourselves in this way to real intuitive knowledge, we
    • metabolic limb system. In that we raise ourselves to Inspiration,
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    • self-perception, we ask ourselves, “In that case, wherein
    • not call ourselves fully human if we did not think that motive was
    • know and what he can believe, and can persuade themselves that this
    • entirely personal experience. By this means we prepare ourselves
    • the Ego to the point where we find ourselves within the
    • Imaginations which in fact do not come from ourselves, but from
    • be active in sense perception, we convince ourselves through the
    • forgetting ourselves, of first really and truly strengthening it. And
    • super-sensible world. We ourselves live together with the reality of
    • that we raise ourselves in this way to real intuitive knowledge, we
    • metabolic limb system. In that we raise ourselves to Inspiration,
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    • 14:20 And Saul and all the people that were with him assembled themselves, and they came to the battle: and, behold, every man\'s sword was against his fellow, and there was a very great discomfiture. \
    • 14:22 Likewise all the men of Israel which had hid themselves in mount Ephraim, when they heard that the Philistines fled, even they also followed hard after them in the battle. \
    • 14:34 And Saul said, Disperse yourselves among the people, and say unto them, Bring me hither every man his ox, and every man his sheep, and slay them here, and eat; and sin not against the LORD in eating with the blood. And all the people brought every man his ox with him that night, and slew them there. \
    • indicating this showed themselves in the early youth of the child in
    • unite — in the way that Buddha and Christ themselves are united
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    • they concentrated their gaze upon them and made themselves
    • 14:20 And Saul and all the people that were with him assembled themselves, and they came to the battle: and, behold, every man\'s sword was against his fellow, and there was a very great discomfiture. \
    • 14:22 Likewise all the men of Israel which had hid themselves in mount Ephraim, when they heard that the Philistines fled, even they also followed hard after them in the battle. \
    • 14:34 And Saul said, Disperse yourselves among the people, and say unto them, Bring me hither every man his ox, and every man his sheep, and slay them here, and eat; and sin not against the LORD in eating with the blood. And all the people brought every man his ox with him that night, and slew them there. \
    • indicating this showed themselves in the early youth of the child in
    • unite — in the way that Buddha and Christ themselves are united
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    • conscious link in the chain of humanity we must work on ourselves and
    • sooner regard themselves as a piece of lava on the moon than as an I.
    • would sooner regard themselves as a piece of lava on the moon,
    • to feel ourselves as spiritual beings not only when we feel ourselves
    • for themselves and disregard our personal opinions.
    • Many people today who claim to be idealists express themselves in an
    • themselves as an I.
    • themselves as this or that independent individuality; they will be
    • that we did not free ourselves from the group-I in this incarnation.
    • nature in themselves.” That is the meaning of a certain passage
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    • inspirations coming from within themselves and prepare themselves to
    • revelations from within themselves. They turned their gaze away from
    • about Mars, Saturn, and so on because they had revealed themselves
    • revealed themselves there in inspirations. Just as the laws of the
    • spiritual beings who revealed themselves in their souls. In certain
    • contained in ancient Hebrew literature in the words themselves.
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    • familiarize ourselves with the different way of expressing things
    • understand this are fooling themselves. People who work
    • and dreariness in themselves until the I would have been
    • alone in themselves. Their souls now lived in solitude. That also is
    • yourselves, you human souls, to follow paths that lead you to let the
    • expressing ourselves is pedantic. If a person stands before us, we
    • countenance, then in our pedantic way of expressing ourselves
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    • these two kinds of etheric bodies still reveal themselves in such a
    • a new birth, during the time when we prepare ourselves for the gender
    • people who think themselves cleverer than the cosmic wisdom —
    • themselves the name “human being.” Then the term
    • philosophy nor anywhere else where we concern ourselves with other
    • created by the good gods themselves in an earlier period so
    • arrive from within ourselves at the unity indicated by the term
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    • must strive for an awareness of ourselves and others as spiritual
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    • declaration. These conditions manifest themselves in life in various
    • themselves — cannot make anything of themselves. Or again this:
    • writing, they have to give themselves a kind of jerk — a
    • themselves a chance in the restless bustle of modern life; they do
    • themselves firmly to will what they should will. The way to
    • ourselves to this procedure in later life, we can still make good
    • action in themselves. Let us assume that such a person, who is fond
    • because they are bad for ourselves; and, in effect, only to apply our
    • judgment where we ourselves are not in question. You will see how
    • things speak for themselves and to understand a person in himself,
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    • declaration. These conditions manifest themselves in life in various
    • themselves — cannot make anything of themselves. Or again this:
    • writing, they have to give themselves a kind of jerk — a
    • themselves a chance in the restless bustle of modern life; they do
    • themselves firmly to will what they should will. The way to
    • ourselves to this procedure in later life, we can still make good
    • action in themselves. Let us assume that such a person, who is fond
    • because they are bad for ourselves; and, in effect, only to apply our
    • judgment where we ourselves are not in question. You will see how
    • things speak for themselves and to understand a person in himself,
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    • ourselves. Only, we do not do this consciously, because we do it at a
    • inability to walk upright from birth, we raise ourselves into the vertical
    • life, must first raise ourselves into the vertical position.
    • to the important thing. What we have won from out of ourselves is now
    • spatial measurements. We actually go out of ourselves when we
    • first experienced within ourselves, placing ourselves at a point of
    • view from which we look back upon ourselves as filled with
    • formed so earnestly from out of ourselves. In these
    • objective and independent of ourselves. It does not occur to us that
    • experienced subjectively in ourselves, transforming it, in the case
    • is so. For when we move ourselves through space, we accomplish
    • space from out of ourselves! When we look at a cube of salt we
    • could create from out of ourselves, let us say, the world of colour,
    • build up in ourselves. We should thus place ourselves outside our
    • body and even look back upon ourselves. This has been accomplished in
    • out of ourselves and find them again in things (and things in them)
    • — if we could, in the same way, draw from ourselves what appears
    • in things what we had first found in ourselves. Indeed, looking
    • back upon ourselves we should find it again — just as we find
    • looking back at ourselves, find that we are a part of this space. As
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    • ourselves. Only, we do not do this consciously, because we do it at a
    • inability to walk upright from birth, we raise ourselves into the vertical
    • life, must first raise ourselves into the vertical position.
    • to the important thing. What we have won from out of ourselves is now
    • spatial measurements. We actually go out of ourselves when we
    • first experienced within ourselves, placing ourselves at a point of
    • view from which we look back upon ourselves as filled with
    • formed so earnestly from out of ourselves. In these
    • objective and independent of ourselves. It does not occur to us that
    • experienced subjectively in ourselves, transforming it, in the case
    • is so. For when we move ourselves through space, we accomplish
    • space from out of ourselves! When we look at a cube of salt we
    • could create from out of ourselves, let us say, the world of colour,
    • build up in ourselves. We should thus place ourselves outside our
    • body and even look back upon ourselves. This has been accomplished in
    • out of ourselves and find them again in things (and things in them)
    • — if we could, in the same way, draw from ourselves what appears
    • in things what we had first found in ourselves. Indeed, looking
    • back upon ourselves we should find it again — just as we find
    • looking back at ourselves, find that we are a part of this space. As
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    • yesterday, related ourselves to the human being (the
    • relate ourselves to the cosmos in the same way. What occurs in the soul
    • face of these clusters of stars, pictures form themselves within the
    • only if we can picture to ourselves how man lives on the earth, round
    • themselves artistic, confronting us with what can only be grasped
    • is mostly unknown to artists themselves — live only on what is
    • remind ourselves of the inner character of Goethe's doctrine of
    • whole macrocosm, we create one pole; when we now immerse ourselves in
    • immersing ourselves in it spiritually, we perceive
    • ourselves in sacrifice. And we may say: In truth, art sets us free,
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    • yesterday, related ourselves to the human being (the
    • relate ourselves to the cosmos in the same way. What occurs in the soul
    • face of these clusters of stars, pictures form themselves within the
    • only if we can picture to ourselves how man lives on the earth, round
    • themselves artistic, confronting us with what can only be grasped
    • is mostly unknown to artists themselves — live only on what is
    • remind ourselves of the inner character of Goethe's doctrine of
    • whole macrocosm, we create one pole; when we now immerse ourselves in
    • immersing ourselves in it spiritually, we perceive
    • ourselves in sacrifice. And we may say: In truth, art sets us free,
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    • this wisdom. Even in the Mysteries themselves — you can
    • to ourselves the centre of destruction in man's inner being. It extends
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    • this wisdom. Even in the Mysteries themselves — you can
    • to ourselves the centre of destruction in man's inner being. It extends
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    • ourselves — and we can look more deeply into our inner being.
    • look into our deepest selves, we are gazing upon a region where matter is
    • Gospels themselves as containing no more than the message and tidings
    • occupying themselves intently with the question of the difference
    • should simply be unable to call ourselves Christians in modern times.
    • Father and Christ. If you are inwardly honest with yourselves, you
    • in calling ourselves Christians. It must not be that we make a
    • filled through and through with the moral impulses we ourselves lay
    • have really found in ourselves the beginning of spiritual existence.
    • are separate and distinct, but in our inner selves, when we dive down
    • themselves to him when he thus offers up his own being in full
    • it to ourselves in this way. I look up to the Father God. The Father God
    • makes it into a living unity, we must look within ourselves.
    • within ourselves this matter is thrown back into nothingness and then
    • down into our selves, then we look first into our own inner chaos, into
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    • ourselves — and we can look more deeply into our inner being.
    • look into our deepest selves, we are gazing upon a region where matter is
    • Gospels themselves as containing no more than the message and tidings
    • occupying themselves intently with the question of the difference
    • should simply be unable to call ourselves Christians in modern times.
    • Father and Christ. If you are inwardly honest with yourselves, you
    • in calling ourselves Christians. It must not be that we make a
    • filled through and through with the moral impulses we ourselves lay
    • have really found in ourselves the beginning of spiritual existence.
    • are separate and distinct, but in our inner selves, when we dive down
    • themselves to him when he thus offers up his own being in full
    • it to ourselves in this way. I look up to the Father God. The Father God
    • makes it into a living unity, we must look within ourselves.
    • within ourselves this matter is thrown back into nothingness and then
    • down into our selves, then we look first into our own inner chaos, into
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    • themselves had experienced before birth, or rather, before
    • on the Earth from the Gods themselves.
    • dead, mineral substances deposit themselves in the brain as well
    • been holding council among themselves before the Mystery of
    • namely, that the Gods themselves should acquire knowledge of
    • themselves acquired knowledge of death through the Christ. The
    • beings themselves there was no death in the real sense, for they
    • down to the Earth, in order that through one of themselves they
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    • themselves had experienced before birth, or rather, before
    • on the Earth from the Gods themselves.
    • dead, mineral substances deposit themselves in the brain as well
    • been holding council among themselves before the Mystery of
    • namely, that the Gods themselves should acquire knowledge of
    • themselves acquired knowledge of death through the Christ. The
    • beings themselves there was no death in the real sense, for they
    • down to the Earth, in order that through one of themselves they
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    • they called themselves Realists.
    • thought or idea, they might lose themselves in the universe, after
    • see the Christ in his own being. They did not base themselves on the
    • consider ourselves merely such as we are through birth; we must
    • following facts of consciousness and say to ourselves: — if you
    • in our quality of modern human beings, we cannot feel ourselves as
    • asked themselves whether the Spirit proceeded from the Father, with
    • seriously. It matters very much that we should examine ourselves, in
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    • they called themselves Realists.
    • thought or idea, they might lose themselves in the universe, after
    • see the Christ in his own being. They did not base themselves on the
    • consider ourselves merely such as we are through birth; we must
    • following facts of consciousness and say to ourselves: — if you
    • in our quality of modern human beings, we cannot feel ourselves as
    • asked themselves whether the Spirit proceeded from the Father, with
    • seriously. It matters very much that we should examine ourselves, in
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • soul-spiritual vision of those who have dedicated themselves to
    • the right way. Some of our friends may often have asked themselves
    • why we speak of such things among ourselves, but now they will more
    • wrong, my dear friends, not to pervade ourselves as intensely and
    • East and by the way in which they now assert themselves it is already
    • themselves and lost themselves in the strong physical forces outside
    • easily we may delude ourselves in external life and mix up cause and
    • must really set themselves into the whole process of human
    • Central Europe must say to ourselves: In spite of all, the East is
    • influence of the etheric bodies which sever themselves from the human
    • encouragement inducing us to fill ourselves with the great truths of
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    • soul-spiritual vision of those who have dedicated themselves to
    • the right way. Some of our friends may often have asked themselves
    • why we speak of such things among ourselves, but now they will more
    • wrong, my dear friends, not to pervade ourselves as intensely and
    • East and by the way in which they now assert themselves it is already
    • themselves and lost themselves in the strong physical forces outside
    • easily we may delude ourselves in external life and mix up cause and
    • must really set themselves into the whole process of human
    • Central Europe must say to ourselves: In spite of all, the East is
    • influence of the etheric bodies which sever themselves from the human
    • encouragement inducing us to fill ourselves with the great truths of
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    • them to guide us when we ourselves wish to be active in the ordinary
    • consider the tasks of our present time, must eagerly ask themselves:
    • give themselves up wholly to the external knowledge of Nature,
    • themselves to be influenced by the natural-scientific manner of
    • societies. Those who give themselves the air of leaders in these
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    • them to guide us when we ourselves wish to be active in the ordinary
    • consider the tasks of our present time, must eagerly ask themselves:
    • give themselves up wholly to the external knowledge of Nature,
    • themselves to be influenced by the natural-scientific manner of
    • societies. Those who give themselves the air of leaders in these
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    • to-day only believe ourselves to have. These old
    • recognised themselves to be members of the whole universe.
    • which men yield themselves up to religious forces of some
    • themselves fettered to the world of economics or the world of
    • freedom. Just ask yourselves, how many hearts and souls there
    • are to-day, who consciously yearn to yield themselves up, for
    • themselves. People prefer to be led; they prefer to be
    • much further developed before people really feel themselves
    • say that the ideas of reincarnation and karma of themselves
    • nothing for it but to say to ourselves: “We must just
    • let our civilisation go to pieces, and ourselves along with
    • But we must put the question to ourselves in a different way,
    • ourselves: — Is there no possibility of arriving once
    • And we must ask ourselves: — Where in the life
    • for all admit to ourselves that our civilisation has grown
    • themselves brought forth as being itself the actual reality,
    • themselves. If you do so, you will find that the people who
    • attach themselves to one or other of the parties of a
    • — and all the while they are lying to themselves in the
    • to ourselves that the old civilisation is bursting through
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    • to-day only believe ourselves to have. These old
    • recognised themselves to be members of the whole universe.
    • which men yield themselves up to religious forces of some
    • themselves fettered to the world of economics or the world of
    • freedom. Just ask yourselves, how many hearts and souls there
    • are to-day, who consciously yearn to yield themselves up, for
    • themselves. People prefer to be led; they prefer to be
    • much further developed before people really feel themselves
    • say that the ideas of reincarnation and karma of themselves
    • nothing for it but to say to ourselves: “We must just
    • let our civilisation go to pieces, and ourselves along with
    • But we must put the question to ourselves in a different way,
    • ourselves: — Is there no possibility of arriving once
    • And we must ask ourselves: — Where in the life
    • for all admit to ourselves that our civilisation has grown
    • themselves brought forth as being itself the actual reality,
    • themselves. If you do so, you will find that the people who
    • attach themselves to one or other of the parties of a
    • — and all the while they are lying to themselves in the
    • to ourselves that the old civilisation is bursting through
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    • today for those who call themselves civilised mankind.
    • imagine ourselves living in the time of the thirteenth,
    • soul, it often seems to us that we say to ourselves:
    • means attribute to ourselves in ordinary life. We see it as
    • write themselves. One pieces together the things one has
    • to permeate ourselves with the living feeling, that in all
    • played, for they subsequently worked themselves out in the
    • approaching a renewal, wherein we ourselves must play an
    • every line, in every feature. If we ourselves are once
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    • today for those who call themselves civilised mankind.
    • imagine ourselves living in the time of the thirteenth,
    • soul, it often seems to us that we say to ourselves:
    • means attribute to ourselves in ordinary life. We see it as
    • write themselves. One pieces together the things one has
    • to permeate ourselves with the living feeling, that in all
    • played, for they subsequently worked themselves out in the
    • approaching a renewal, wherein we ourselves must play an
    • every line, in every feature. If we ourselves are once
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    • convictions of which we ourselves can be aware concerning the
    • anthroposophical way, we cannot limit ourselves to what the
    • into themselves, of inner repose which was ultimately
    • this we must say to ourselves: as the human Ego is today,
    • ourselves can realise what warmth swept through the European
    • prepared themselves, how they behaved before and during the
    • in minutest detail. The actors devoted themselves for weeks
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    • convictions of which we ourselves can be aware concerning the
    • anthroposophical way, we cannot limit ourselves to what the
    • into themselves, of inner repose which was ultimately
    • this we must say to ourselves: as the human Ego is today,
    • ourselves can realise what warmth swept through the European
    • prepared themselves, how they behaved before and during the
    • in minutest detail. The actors devoted themselves for weeks
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    • — “We must adapt ourselves to the new world which now
    • of sense. The urge arose within them to unite themselves with the
    • ourselves from pain. Outer existence contains something that is far
    • humanity as a whole, and we ourselves are bound up with this
    • your splendid conceptions will be at war with themselves directly
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    • — “We must adapt ourselves to the new world which now
    • of sense. The urge arose within them to unite themselves with the
    • ourselves from pain. Outer existence contains something that is far
    • humanity as a whole, and we ourselves are bound up with this
    • your splendid conceptions will be at war with themselves directly
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    • ordering of affairs, find themselves faced with the entirely
    • themselves to Spiritual Science when they think like this. They are
    • concepts of Spiritual Science, on the other hand, have themselves
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    • ordering of affairs, find themselves faced with the entirely
    • themselves to Spiritual Science when they think like this. They are
    • concepts of Spiritual Science, on the other hand, have themselves
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    • thoughts themselves — our earthly thinking. Here on earth, our
    • If we lift ourselves into
    • yourselves as vividly as you can: — the sphere of the fixed
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    • thoughts themselves — our earthly thinking. Here on earth, our
    • If we lift ourselves into
    • yourselves as vividly as you can: — the sphere of the fixed
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    • ancients, that they felt themselves raised above birth and death in
    • hearts. The Initiates of our age say to themselves: “We are
    • of the living Spirit, we ourselves, in body, soul and Spirit, shall
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    • ancients, that they felt themselves raised above birth and death in
    • hearts. The Initiates of our age say to themselves: “We are
    • of the living Spirit, we ourselves, in body, soul and Spirit, shall
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    • themselves along (like dogs whose tongues are hanging out because of
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    • themselves along (like dogs whose tongues are hanging out because of
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    • We must indeed ask ourselves now if it
    • imagine to ourselves that, based on the broad foundation, so to
    • they did in fact strive for this knowledge. They asked themselves:
    • beings themselves were now completely lost. During that entire
    • themselves. What is there to add to the fact that he was viewed
    • without concerning ourselves with what actually occurred there,
    • themselves “Christologians,” in contrast to the
    • working on ourselves inwardly in this way, during our earliest
    • beings themselves who are portrayed in the Christmas play, human
    • they surround us, yet we convince ourselves that we are shepherds.
    • least in a small way, the innkeeper's nature within ourselves,
    • and not view ourselves too certainly as the shepherds. We must
    • occasionally ask ourselves, “Are we already able to see the
    • shepherds if they can begin now to develop within themselves the side
    • express themselves — so that it may say what the right words
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    • We must indeed ask ourselves now if it
    • imagine to ourselves that, based on the broad foundation, so to
    • they did in fact strive for this knowledge. They asked themselves:
    • beings themselves were now completely lost. During that entire
    • themselves. What is there to add to the fact that he was viewed
    • without concerning ourselves with what actually occurred there,
    • themselves “Christologians,” in contrast to the
    • working on ourselves inwardly in this way, during our earliest
    • beings themselves who are portrayed in the Christmas play, human
    • they surround us, yet we convince ourselves that we are shepherds.
    • least in a small way, the innkeeper's nature within ourselves,
    • and not view ourselves too certainly as the shepherds. We must
    • occasionally ask ourselves, “Are we already able to see the
    • shepherds if they can begin now to develop within themselves the side
    • express themselves — so that it may say what the right words
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    • we would seek the transition from Will to Feeling in ourselves
    • first prepare ourselves for this experience, but if we do so we
    • yourselves the following question. (It will indeed make some
    • imagine to yourselves a line, drawn through the middle from top to
    • rest in the middle. We go through the world by placing ourselves with
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    • we would seek the transition from Will to Feeling in ourselves
    • first prepare ourselves for this experience, but if we do so we
    • yourselves the following question. (It will indeed make some
    • imagine to yourselves a line, drawn through the middle from top to
    • rest in the middle. We go through the world by placing ourselves with
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    • any ease we need not concern ourselves with the irregularities just
    • accumulations of alluvial deposits have interposed themselves between
    • we must ask ourselves: What has this external investigation to tell us?
    • being. And as we go back in this way we can see ourselves as if we
    • old massif. These are the parts which only now can form themselves,
    • themselves more or less from the earth and its inner processes —
    • way that we say to ourselves: On it we stand; it contains — in the
    • adhere to what they themselves would like to say about the facts.
    • Spiritual science lets the spiritual facts speak for themselves and
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    • any ease we need not concern ourselves with the irregularities just
    • accumulations of alluvial deposits have interposed themselves between
    • we must ask ourselves: What has this external investigation to tell us?
    • being. And as we go back in this way we can see ourselves as if we
    • old massif. These are the parts which only now can form themselves,
    • themselves more or less from the earth and its inner processes —
    • way that we say to ourselves: On it we stand; it contains — in the
    • adhere to what they themselves would like to say about the facts.
    • Spiritual science lets the spiritual facts speak for themselves and
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    • never exist for themselves alone. But the qualities that are never
    • his parents. The forces of will which express themselves chaotically
    • become sheer automata if they do not accustom themselves to
    • familiarise yourselves with the thought to which I have just
    • systematically from one concept to the next. Now place yourselves in
    • owing to the fact that it has become part of us ourselves. This
    • lasted, let us say, for half-an-hour or so, and ask yourselves
    • would lay yourselves open to profound disappointment. The world
    • This imaginative life yields itself up to us. We ourselves do nothing
    • reality. All we have to do is to accustom ourselves, — by
    • — all we have to do is to accustom ourselves to think in
    • pictures, without these pictures yielding themselves up to us
    • however, and fill ourselves out again with earthly substance. Thus
    • Ahrimanic influences have made themselves felt. And during the last four
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    • never exist for themselves alone. But the qualities that are never
    • his parents. The forces of will which express themselves chaotically
    • become sheer automata if they do not accustom themselves to
    • familiarise yourselves with the thought to which I have just
    • systematically from one concept to the next. Now place yourselves in
    • owing to the fact that it has become part of us ourselves. This
    • lasted, let us say, for half-an-hour or so, and ask yourselves
    • would lay yourselves open to profound disappointment. The world
    • This imaginative life yields itself up to us. We ourselves do nothing
    • reality. All we have to do is to accustom ourselves, — by
    • — all we have to do is to accustom ourselves to think in
    • pictures, without these pictures yielding themselves up to us
    • however, and fill ourselves out again with earthly substance. Thus
    • Ahrimanic influences have made themselves felt. And during the last four
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    • sacrifice is refused are thrown back on themselves
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    • creating an inner chamber for ourselves. This led to the thought of
    • results if we are able to construct a Hall for ourselves, we have
    • succeeded in deepening ourselves in a theosophical sense, although it
    • ourselves — is that of the Bodhisattva. Such a
    • ourselves when we cannot agree with those who speak of Jesus ben
    • are much at variance among themselves. As soon as things are enquired
    • must take that upon ourselves if we are conscious that we can really
    • Rosicrucians not by ourselves but by outsiders. When we are thus
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    • world we really do not need to trouble ourselves about these ancient
    • in themselves. Hence in literature we find but few descriptions
    • clairvoyantly to the state of Saturn, we must prepare ourselves
    • cannot lose ourselves and we cannot, so to say, fall into the
    • we live into that world, when we place ourselves, so to say, in the
    • ourselves to this vision, something meets us of which it is extremely
    • ideas themselves flow in time. On Saturn no thought is before or
    • we cannot say that we ourselves experience it, but that it is there.
    • there.’ We must think ourselves into this. And concerning the
    • relationship between themselves; we become conscious of this.
    • yield ourselves to these pictures we penetrate into imaginative
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    • anything but inner warmth of bliss. If we feel ourselves glowing with
    • of the sacrificing Beings themselves, or by the picture we make truly
    • sensations and feelings. We can deceive ourselves greatly as to this.
    • we have prepared ourselves sufficiently? It reveals itself as the
    • feeling we may ourselves have if through the above-described mode of
    • devotion we are able to permeate ourselves with a perception, with an
    • for themselves the gift received from the Spirits of Wisdom, but
    • radiate forth from themselves that which is their real being:
    • themselves as space-creation on ancient Sun. And if we wish to obtain
    • ourselves united with the ancient holy schools of Initiation-Wisdom,
    • having ourselves created the possibility of accepting it
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    • ourselves as much as possible; no — in the spiritual world we
    • they take into themselves the heat which flows forth from it.
    • risk of repeating ourselves, we may say that Time continues.
    • renounced the acceptance of the sacrifice wrested themselves free,
    • we have also seen certain conditions wresting themselves free from it
    • Moon. It is actually the case, that what we can ourselves experience
    • their own inner substance; what they themselves had done would have
    • to arise; in that certain beings attracted to themselves the
    • substance which they refused to accept, the Cherubim themselves
    • behind; they would have had no opportunity of embodying themselves in
    • evolution it is the case that the gods themselves called their
    • subject to time. If we ourselves ordain everything we shall meet with
    • no such resistance. We could make everything very easy for ourselves
    • just as once upon a time, during the Sun-age, the gods themselves
    • placed in opposition to them by the gods themselves. For this reason
    • fact that certain powers place themselves in opposition to the
    • universal moment when the gods severed themselves from temporal
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    • ourselves to the height necessary for the comprehension of what is
    • nearer to the earthly life of man, we find this mood in ourselves
    • ourselves into what went on spiritually in the evolutionary
    • clear to ourselves something of this hidden life of the Soul, let us
    • in one for whom we sacrifice ourselves, we feel glad and satisfied
    • themselves. If we can understand what has just been said in these few
    • themselves. Do you not guess what now flashed up — that this
    • Beings devoted to themselves, to their own Ego-nature, would in a
    • living only in themselves, if something else had not occurred.
    • movement. If a number of persons devote themselves to a higher Being
    • back upon themselves and bring them into relation with all other
    • our Soul, not necessarily to be kept to ourselves, but passed on to
    • but as ideas. We can best picture these to ourselves by the ideas
    • picture-consciousness. And as we human Beings our selves passed
    • earthly ego-consciousness, we must think of ourselves at that time
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    • us once again ask ourselves in what way it has been made evident that
    • what we recognise as the spiritual in ourselves.
    • to us; but only for that to which we feel ourselves in a sense
    • ourselves arrive at the concept of the miraculous, we should see that
    • remained behind within the Beings themselves — thereby was
    • to retain it within themselves. Thus we advance from Resignation,
    • separate it from ourselves, tear it away from the life it has in
    • connection with us. In reality it dies only when we ourselves die. In
    • ourselves do not die when our hair goes grey, although we cannot
    • in the later compiling of the Gospels convinced themselves as to
    • convince themselves by historical documents, for they had nothing but
    • themselves of the actual existence of Christ Jesus by the
    • Gospel of Matthew, Mark and Luke convinced themselves of the
    • first they convinced themselves in the same way as we can make sure
    • however correct these may be in themselves; no matter how correctly
    • people may argue from the knowledge they themselves may possess.
    • or illusion as a reality. Even the Gods themselves could not taste
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    • discussing it amongst ourselves we decided to submit the
    • yourselves a vast abyss across which you have to find a
    • know right into the physical sphere how the ego in themselves
    • the ascent of development we must develop in ourselves
    • physicians are insulted or complain, we, ourselves, will
    • are those who have definitely committed themselves to the
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    • for yourselves.
    • You will have to say to yourselves: Everything that goes on
    • value if you yourselves have a sufficiently true sense for
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    • ourselves: Conditions differ according to which organ in the
    • do not announce themselves through pain. This is because the
    • earthly components. People must finally bring themselves to
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    • themselves; there is a slight pull of gravity in the downward
    • forces of demolition in substances themselves is shown, for
    • together there again. These two facts in themselves really
    • should lose ourselves all the time in acts of external
    • seeing. But by retreating from the things themselves, by
    • an individuality. We do not lose ourselves in the things. If
    • which reveal themselves very clearly as forms of the etheric
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    • this red sandstone soil have accustomed themselves to this
    • leaves themselves; it is the striving towards the cosmic form
    • themselves strongly in the formation of sweat. The element
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    • this impulse you yourselves must continue to work in
    • have set yourselves this task.
    • themselves. The esoteric path is either difficult or it
    • being, if it is our aim to place ourselves in the service of
    • yourselves: In the cosmos, untold millennia ago, there was a
    • point where you say to yourselves: “As a human being I
    • yourselves participate. And this is the true movement, the
    • experience when we deepen ourselves in the connection which
    • as follows: First of all you can deepen yourselves in
    • itself to the powers in the pupils themselves. If you will
    • which you find yourselves. You will find that your own
    • us earthy ourselves, dried up and rigid, and we lose our
    • of medicine shall address themselves, with their requests, to
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    • this leads us to say to ourselves that thought —
    • through intuition. But people do not picture to themselves
    • themselves which have to be perceived and experienced. When
    • address themselves to spirits who are far, far inferior to
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    • picture to yourselves that the efficacy of what goes by the
    • an actual disturbance of the organs themselves. This
    • inspired knowledge, then you will be able to place yourselves
    • exclude ourselves from it, we breathe only in semblance. What
    • the following: picture to yourselves a person suffering from
    • understand the nature of illness we must say to ourselves:
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    • manifest themselves.
    • with particular substances which these substances themselves
    • oxygen. Then, you will say to yourselves: The human being
    • with each other and, in themselves, really disappear. This is
    • yourselves will, nevertheless, be able to get something out
    • link yourselves with us here in the way I have indicated. You
    • much for yourselves and also much for the world and for sick
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    • the outside world we must say to ourselves first of all: What
    • But in contemplating this we must make ourselves inwardly
    • power to lend ourselves to the inner activation of soul by
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    • karma. They then lead of themselves to the individual not
    • only you will look deeply enough within yourselves you will
    • to heal may unfold. Your aim cannot be to shut yourselves
    • were to ask ourselves how it should be fed, imagining that it
    • yourselves in connection with the formation of the eye: How
    • yourselves how a lung is formed out of the forces of the
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    • yourselves that it really comes from the realm of the
    • etheric body, we were always losing ourselves in these
    • forces which proceed from them. Picture to yourselves that
    • and purpose in the universe. Just ask yourselves: During what
    • Saturn forces by themselves would make little old and wizened
    • joined themselves to it. As antiquity did not discover Uranus
    • ourselves. We feel inwardly that Anthroposophical truths are
    • men who wanted to deepen themselves inwardly. Something
    • but in such sects which inserted themselves in this general
    • yourselves as a virtue) heretics who experienced a strong
    • themselves inwardly, ruin themselves organically.
    • organs, and if people do not deepen themselves spiritually
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    • single stages by themselves disappear in the union, in the
    • to steep ourselves in the cosmic rhythm that goes out from
    • forces that express themselves in diabetes, in the residues
    • of the urine, which deposit themselves in the body in
    • only to say to ourselves: Here the individuality from the
    • themselves around the thoughts; we must understand once again
    • If you permeate yourselves with this kind of consciousness
    • to hear how you can integrate yourselves into the general
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    • picture to ourselves that each of the four members of man's
    • are entering an Age of Light; only we must make ourselves fit
    • Light, it will be possible for them to adjust themselves to
    • good if you, as physicians, would interest yourselves, too,
    • of education, you should consider yourselves as healers. You
    • yourselves as part of the Goetheanum and will often turn your
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    • yourselves. You should gradually think: solid, sharp
    • will eventually be able to tell yourselves what I am telling
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    • these are not in themselves considered to be integral members
    • pictures of dream-life as immediate realities in themselves,
    • outside and lose ourselves entirely in it. Insufficient
    • would lose ourselves entirely in the external world if we
    • sustained by something that is not ourselves, and hence is
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    • necessary in order that we feel ourselves connected with our
    • ourselves united with the body. So from the ordinary
    • question with which we have been concerning ourselves for
    • picture to yourselves that as well as the solid organism with
    • themselves luminous, but they manifest in the astral body. To
    • enthusiasm. We come to the point of saying to ourselves that
    • if today we allow ourselves to be inspired by moral ideals,
    • majesty of the universe, when we say to ourselves: We are
    • ever and again be asking ourselves: How can any moral
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    • picture ourselves as beings of thought and also as beings of
    • ourselves in thought with what thus takes place. In
    • environment, something that we ourselves have experienced.
    • and draw conclusions, how we orientate ourselves in
    • we ourselves who elaborate these thoughts. Therefore, in
    • thinking we prepare ourselves for what I have called in the
    • will. In this way we raise ourselves above the sway of the
    • ourselves with the force that is inherently our own, and
    • ourselves any definite impulse of will when we sneeze! When
    • noticing — they themselves, of course, do not notice
    • developing in ourselves the force which can only be
    • realization in ourselves in such a way that, through us, the
    • themselves are only thoughts, they exist merely as pictures.
    • deeds detach themselves from us. Our deeds do not remain
    • confined to ourselves; they become world happenings. If they
    • coming-into-being of matter! We bear in ourselves that which
    • brings matter to birth: our head; and we bear in ourselves
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    • to themselves on waking: We have been born into a world which
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    • it come in through the eyes without themselves doing anything
    • can give themselves up to it without any inner activity at
    • strike the eye and imprint themselves on the brain; the
    • reached the necessary age we have to surrender ourselves to
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    • themselves were borne, or perhaps one should say, poured
    • processes which present themselves to man externally in the
    • human beings begin to feel increasingly aware of themselves
    • or in connection with us; we would find ourselves outside our
    • they themselves had anything to do with the creation of these
    • through the world, revealed themselves in sevenths. To say:
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    • picture to yourselves how this super-sensible event affects
    • themselves to surrender the world of thoughts to the Archai;
    • they retained it for themselves. And so, among the spiritual
    • ourselves to the following study, by asking: What would have
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    • see, in our own age, how men strive to free themselves from
    • inner effort. They unfolded thoughts by devoting themselves
    • gave themselves up to instinctive, unconscious clairvoyance,
    • rulership? It is no longer as if they themselves were ruling
    • themselves, produce activity of their own in order to
    • engender the power of thoughts within themselves. We live
    • the will — we can find in ourselves the force to
    • admit this to themselves — they are possibly the best.
    • unwilling to force themselves to admit where the cleavage
    • ourselves: When we enter the spiritual world — either
    • sake of our freedom were isolated within ourselves. We shall
    • never be able to excuse ourselves if we had confused human
    • much assistance from themselves. But as I said, we need only
    • could nourish themselves without at the same time filling
    • And what is most important of all is to inform ourselves
    • deceiving themselves; they would like to have as leaders men
    • themselves. The others have not understood how to bring
    • themselves. Youth wants human beings who have understood how
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    • ourselves of the indications I have given you concerning the
    • ourselves of the essential character of thinking as it is
    • beings but we have also shut ourselves off entirely from what
    • themselves to us today. We say that a rose is red ; the Greek
    • to form a world-conception for ourselves, how are the
    • clear to yourselves. — Man confronts the sense-world
    • individuals capable of occupying themselves usefully with
    • ourselves that the blossom of the plant is already working in
    • not pay attention. They still content themselves with
    • content themselves with these ideas. When a man pursues any
    • consciousness that the structure we thus take into ourselves
    • perceive for yourselves that Nature everywhere tends to
    • into ourselves as corpses the living thoughts which were ours
    • in pre-earthly existence, receive them into ourselves, that
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    • world. Things there do not allow themselves to be manoeuvred
    • themselves to be God-given beings of Earth. And the authority
    • Imagination of the Gods. They said to themselves : The Gods
    • fact it is true that we have lifted ourselves right out of
    • awareness of pre-earthly existence and they felt themselves
    • although they felt themselves to be still permeated by the
    • themselves wherever there is a holy place, the God who
    • must learn to feel ourselves independent of the super-earthly
    • And philosophers today who drag themselves about, panting and
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    • simply because the scientists themselves are unaware that
    • large sums of money and then recouped themselves by dunning
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    • those who imagine themselves to be objective, one encounters
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    • feel themselves transposed into the condition of
    • and ask ourselves:
    • themselves and that from the handwriting of the Apostles they
    • to writing. Indeed scholars have disputed amongst themselves
    • which Christ spoke. Would those who call themselves
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    • themselves to cosmology excluded moral judgements from their
    • possessed a natural capacity, peculiar to themselves, not
    • certain concrete facts, if we ask ourselves the question:
    • have said in public lest you lay yourselves open to ridicule
    • accommodate ourselves to this new outlook. Occasionally one
    • the Catholics, sometimes allowed themselves to express
    • ourselves the power, under the present circumstances, to
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    • realized within ourselves “where no created spirit
    • instinctive endeavour people often betray themselves
    • give themselves away. For, if adopted today, the Goethean
    • us if we do not allow ourselves to be blinded by
    • well be condemned themselves for they are equally
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    • teachings — that Christians themselves openly
    • says: “Do not concern yourselves with the genealogical
    • purpose they had themselves initiated — to try issue
    • initiation believed themselves to be endowed with divine
    • Christians themselves and their leaders were vigorously
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    • persuaded themselves that whatever steps he might take
    • themselves) are expressing his soul nature.
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    • themselves. I have often stated, and anyone who refers to the
    • themselves in touch with those forces which, they believed,
    • things are most revealing. Unless we wilfully blind ourselves
    • that it is possible to experience within ourselves something
    • ourselves to be oppressed by solitude, but allow it to become
    • we have brought it upon ourselves. We create our gods in our
    • by us, we ourselves are responsible for it. This is the
    • progressively; we ourselves experience the death of the
    • ourselves the continuity of the past. And then — it is
    • necessity, stifle something in themselves. For Goethe's
    • Mysteries once again, but within ourselves, and then we shall
    • pillage, but were themselves the first to burn and pillage
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    • must not allow ourselves to be depressed by this mood of
    • ourselves to meet the challenge of our time.
    • insulate themselves from the community by obstinately
    • themselves of those emotions. Therefore these first-degree
    • not look upon themselves as separate individuals but as
    • the animal nor the human kingdom and we must free ourselves
    • be able to satisfy ourselves that the whole being of man by
    • themselves to be individuals were everywhere projecting
    • and disturbing and are not prepared to expose themselves to
    • who wish to provide themselves with a sound background for
    • to think for themselves and yet are able to remain good
    • less people today want to think for themselves and Scheler
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    • refuse to commit themselves unreservedly. Nor have they the
    • find themselves in the company of contemporary intellectuals.
    • themselves. The Aristotelians defended, from their
    • These figures, then, began to dispute amongst themselves.
    • cross themselves as if faced by the devil incarnate. Gnosis
    • into consideration. It is important to develop in ourselves
    • ourselves. The physical memory is tied to the physical body.
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    • The backward angels make themselves at home in human heads but can
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    • only to counter such influences within themselves, but to realize
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    • world. We may say to ourselves that it appears as if time
    • found its be-all and end-all in people enriching themselves
    • asking themselves the question: What does it really mean that
    • actually consider themselves to be the teachers of these
    • the truth. Yet there are people who consider themselves to be
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    • themselves, quite rightly, that the life of the intellect,
    • difficult for people to discover this for themselves when
    • reality. The motives we ourselves or others tend to ascribe
    • from the way they present themselves in the social sphere and
    • also from the way they see themselves. People believe so
    • concerning themselves and their social connections. This is
    • we must not let ourselves be put off by this but rather let
    • themselves in the outer world and to their instincts, rather
    • world, basing themselves on these emotions and not on their
    • true selves.
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    • the chaos in which we find ourselves today; in fact, they
    • themselves as belonging to the many different socialist
    • parties and you will see for yourselves.
    • may pretend to themselves that they believe in something
    • people today are those who consider themselves to be more or
    • opinions people have of themselves.
    • themselves, this will often corrupt their mind and attitudes
    • truths into themselves in the right way will also find their
    • wide-awake judgement and take themselves to task. People who
    • of occupying themselves usefully. And that is why a lazy
    • other ways of entertaining themselves. This merely shows the
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    • human birth and death are actually as they present themselves
    • for themselves but only to be selfless and desire the good of
    • themselves to be virtuous, to give themselves up entirely to
    • then, people who refuse to familiarize themselves with
    • themselves, from instinct. What is the significance of all
    • powers themselves. Ahriman's messengers are therefore an iron
    • receive truths; they announce themselves the possessors of
    • it takes to be a decent pet rabbit fancied themselves as
    • high ideal — that is how they like to see themselves!
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    • ourselves in all seriousness and dignity with the impulses
    • themselves known to them through the colours.
    • because they felt the form inside themselves. We are thus
    • inner nature; they do not gain the power to know themselves;
    • today who simply are not themselves. Bodies are walking
    • themselves ‘tawny beasts’, saying: We are in the
    • nor penetrate the whole body. We must see ourselves as
    • themselves on the primitive ideas of modern science.
    • People want to limit themselves to the outer aspect. And so
    • such ideas. We should not fool ourselves, for we are faced
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    • themselves up out of sheer habit, and yet there is just a
    • have to realize that they must now prepare themselves to make
    • reluctance they feel about concerning themselves with the
    • thing. Philosophers had to see themselves with ass's ears to
    • were and they took for themselves such women as they chose.’
    • revealed by the way people present themselves, nor by the way
    • inner harmony between themselves and the true world around
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    • You must distance yourselves from these works and from
    • of their innocence and knew themselves to be in the
    • little bit about themselves and the issue will be clear. Ask
    • themselves, they are thinking in the general thinking
    • ourselves the effort of eating! You cannot make people
    • let ourselves be ruled by concepts. In the sphere of
    • and, where reality demands this, to pour ourselves out over
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    • kind of contradiction in which we find ourselves all the
    • analogy we are apt to find ourselves in the situation which
    • is a State. People base themselves on concepts today, not on
    • must say to ourselves: Our thinking has been divorced from
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    • ways of involving themselves in the activities of bacilli
    • people did in 1914, but that they get themselves out of this
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    • present themselves to the senses. It can never be gained by
    • you see, the people who consider themselves to be the most
    • who have made themselves at home in human heads. Yes, the
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    • below, so they need only concern themselves with material
    • present-day civilized world, where people consider themselves
    • and say to themselves: this is something you heard or learned
    • are able to live with themselves in such a way as to recall
    • here, that people who considered themselves competent
    • people make themselves a real part of this real life. This is
    • and really see for yourselves.
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    • seriously people are in error if they base themselves only on
    • accord with the truth. We must not base ourselves on such
    • poor if we base ourselves on abstract definitions. Yes, it is
    • earthly sense, we must therefore see ourselves connected with
    • instilled the insistence on blood bonds into themselves, and
    • must not allow ourselves to be deflected by the opinions and
    • rise a little above ourselves to understand the signs of the
    • on this earth who say to themselves: ‘Yes, at birth I
    • themselves with things of the Spirit, with the essence of
    • things, that people will be able to perceive themselves as
    • in their souls human beings will tear themselves away from
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    • of the significant events which now present themselves to the
    • themselves to human beings in many more places than one would
    • over themselves with their cleverness. The spiritual truths
    • your pardon, from the consumption they themselves suffered
    • people could have allowed themselves to be kept on
    • are utterly deceiving themselves.
    • We dedicate ourselves to you! We dedicate our sons,
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    • evolution, discrepancies which do not show themselves in all,
    • for things do not repeat themselves in history, the
    • themselves, instead of being pulled along. It is quite easy
    • which members of parliament find themselves. People think
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    • confronts us when we direct attention to ourselves as souls is our
    • when we say to ourselves, not only that we consider a thing beautiful
    • to sleep. That this is so is best seen when we surrender ourselves to
    • cannot go to sleep, it is good to take up a book, or occupy ourselves
    • bring about the separation within ourselves which is necessary
    • impulses present themselves to the soul before the person falls
    • thus do we bring ourselves into connection with the world of
    • can have these two aspects, we either raise ourselves into the world
    • themselves through spiritual-scientific work will see Him, none the
    • during which they may then devote themselves to the knowledge of the
    • spirit and be able to prepare themselves in order that they may be
    • We may now ask ourselves
    • And even many of us will ourselves experience the fact that,
    • the following way. Those who have kept themselves apart, and have
    • ourselves so that it becomes power and life in us.
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    • shall ask ourselves: What characteristics must we cultivate very
    • certain higher sense, we ourselves have given the occasion for this
    • to us by the Gods, as a gift of the Gods, and to say to ourselves:
    • to work in such a way as to take into ourselves the forces streaming
    • clarity that we have often failed to conduct ourselves in our
    • to conduct ourselves always in external life in the presence of what
    • able to conduct ourselves outwardly in such a way, yet the principal
    • conducted ourselves outwardly in accordance with this karmic mood,
    • yet we should say to ourselves in the depths of our souls that we
    • ourselves have been the cause of all such things. Suppose, for
    • punish themselves. And yet it is true that we ourselves lifted the
    • something against us. It is we ourselves who cause something to
    • self, when we say: "Everything that befalls us comes from ourselves.
    • ourselves, for instance, that the development of precisely one power
    • them about nothing except the subjects which they had themselves been
    • themselves had been teaching!
    • We nurture our emotions in a favorable way when we place ourselves
    • of what we had expected. We may then say to ourselves: "All right;
    • pride themselves so much on their logical thinking. Here is an
    • have to do things of themselves, without being directed and led.
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    • unless we bring it about ourselves. Steiner also explains that a
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    • unless we bring it about ourselves. Steiner also explains that a
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    • unless we bring it about ourselves. Steiner also explains that a
    • effort to try these out ourselves.
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    • unless we bring it about ourselves. Steiner also explains that a
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    • unless we bring it about ourselves. Steiner also explains that a
    • circumstances of life do not lend themselves to celebration
    • as early as possible, consider themselves a finished product
    • secrets would reveal themselves in their souls. This was the
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    • unless we bring it about ourselves. Steiner also explains that a
    • themselves far too clever to be concerned with matters of
    • yourselves what sort of thinking it is when thoughts remain
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    • unless we bring it about ourselves. Steiner also explains that a
    • wise was that they experienced themselves at one with the
    • themselves abstract. When a bridge is built and it collapses,
    • reality, and those that are themselves rooted deeply in
    • reached their fifties, received the spirit into themselves as
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    • unless we bring it about ourselves. Steiner also explains that a
    • themselves that the two “darkness-adapted”
    • themselves. The proofs he offered were not sufficiently
    • themselves are symbols. That is why he says earlier that:
    • ourselves we can for once discuss these things freely. I
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    • unless we bring it about ourselves. Steiner also explains that a
    • life, they generally express themselves in empty words,
    • who call themselves Christian have been able to agree with
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    • unless we bring it about ourselves. Steiner also explains that a
    • they will come to know themselves better and gain more
    • ourselves. One must take hold of life lovingly and be willing
    • themselves. Indeed, life provides plenty of opportunity for
    • human beings reveal in themselves those subtle connections
    • themselves are involved. Certainly these things must not be
    • seek within themselves instead of leading them away from
    • themselves are basically bad guides to self-knowledge. The
    • ourselves to approach such beings, not the other way
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    • unless we bring it about ourselves. Steiner also explains that a
    • spiritual facts of which we reminded ourselves today. As you
    • contentment we attain only when we can feel ourselves as a
    • merely want to brood within themselves will find in life only
    • concern ourselves more with something that follows from these
    • picture to ourselves such a typical person of our time? What
    • people were not to let themselves be confused by warmongers
    • Grey were in reality mere puppets who themselves believed,
    • themselves manipulated by occult powers, powers which
    • mankind's evolution today is to acquaint ourselves, through
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    • between the people themselves. What is preparing in the East
    • natural phenomena of themselves reveal. If one is to find
    • human souls themselves carried the forces and capabilities
    • would mean that we ourselves have carried over from antiquity
    • whole of history and evolution. Then human beings themselves
    • themselves carry over impulses from one epoch to the next.
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    • what they themselves have revealed either through the Old or the New
    • concepts that they formed for themselves about nature, so that the
    • a light color, we no longer believed ourselves connected with
    • took as we split ourselves off more and more from the divine
    • spiritual content of the world, split ourselves off all the way
    • courage to work out a way to raise ourselves out of sin, using what
    • ourselves out of sin. Without this, the development of mankind
    • the ideal of raising ourselves from sin.
    • who think themselves the most humble are the most proud of all. The
    • ‘simplicity’ in life. They set themselves above
    • regard themselves as naive natures — are often the most proud
    • ideal within himself that we can raise ourselves from sin. And that
    • that we now need to take up into ourselves in full consciousness the
    • today of raising ourselves from sin, watchfulness — not
    • world. For, these experiences must lead us to offer ourselves
    • themselves vegetarian when fully grown. They eat no meat, not even
    • they emerge and transform themselves are they able to do
    • is to be accomplished, then we must educate ourselves in truthfulness
    • older anthroposophical members who were beside themselves when
    • beside themselves have quite recently gone aside again. The Movement
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    • what they themselves have revealed either through the Old or the New
    • concepts that they formed for themselves about nature, so that the
    • a light color, we no longer believed ourselves connected with
    • took as we split ourselves off more and more from the divine
    • spiritual content of the world, split ourselves off all the way
    • courage to work out a way to raise ourselves out of sin, using what
    • ourselves out of sin. Without this, the development of mankind
    • the ideal of raising ourselves from sin.
    • who think themselves the most humble are the most proud of all. The
    • ‘simplicity’ in life. They set themselves above
    • regard themselves as naive natures — are often the most proud
    • ideal within himself that we can raise ourselves from sin. And that
    • that we now need to take up into ourselves in full consciousness the
    • today of raising ourselves from sin, watchfulness — not
    • world. For, these experiences must lead us to offer ourselves
    • themselves vegetarian when fully grown. They eat no meat, not even
    • they emerge and transform themselves are they able to do
    • is to be accomplished, then we must educate ourselves in truthfulness
    • older anthroposophical members who were beside themselves when
    • beside themselves have quite recently gone aside again. The Movement
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    • themselves for the most part to dividing the existing,
    • Even if we acquaint ourselves with the stars in a popular
    • consciousness. We must say to ourselves: The manner of
    • to ourselves that we have something endowed with a force of
    • which we indeed also picture to ourselves ideally as a
    • yourselves that this ovum has brought the cosmic forces to a
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    • occupy ourselves with Astronomy without bringing new light to
    • being; in mathematics we lift ourselves out of external
    • ourselves to very simple aspects. We have then no
    • forms the insect assumes. We can now say to ourselves: Maybe
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    • say to ourselves, for example: — The plant-life,
    • processes within ourselves, no longer dependent on illusory
    • find it for yourselves by deduction. We will have bodily,
    • Sun. There you have the movement you yourselves make,
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    • themselves strongly felt.
    • convince yourselves if you read his famous book
    • ovum. Picture to yourselves how far you can go back. If you
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    • ordered according to its own laws, and we ourselves bring
    • bring into ourselves from the outer world. We have,
    • the facts; we will not lose ourselves in philosophical
    • us from without all that we stuff into ourselves, or again,
    • Heavens only present themselves to us in their totality
    • the midst of pictures and we ourselves belong to the picture.
    • acquire a quite definite feeling and must permeate ourselves
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    • ourselves have inherited from the Graeco-Latin Age. We must
    • methods, to transplant ourselves at all into the way in which
    • picture to ourselves how differently the men of Polar regions
    • are taken hold of by something which in ourselves keeps more
    • between Earth and Sun. What was it then? The facts themselves
    • — cosmic happenings which manifest themselves in
    • one time felt between themselves and the Spirit of the
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    • astronomical phenomena themselves impel us to advance from
    • detail that we ourselves should be moving with a velocity
    • only permeate ourselves with this sense of reality. And we
    • differentiate between ourselves and the world that then
    • the act of sense-perception do we separate ourselves from the
    • ourselves first develop such a science, and we then look to
    • we ourselves develop in our inner life, — convenient
    • permit ourselves merely to entertain a thought-picture
    • please fill in for yourselves on some convenient occasion
    • contemplate for yourselves the skeleton of an mammal. The
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    • orientate ourselves by our own arbitrary choice. Now this in
    • emancipated ourselves from the Universe. Before the last
    • It is as though men let themselves be swept along
    • indicate what you will see for yourselves if you once look at
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    • To be on the right path, we must therefore concern ourselves
    • Having ourselves and going the idea is beginning to think the
    • concern ourselves with the creating of ideas which, as it
    • that most people who concern themselves with mathematics take
    • methodically train ourselves to do this, then, my dear
    • you can train yourselves methodologically to think the
    • realise it if we insist on restricting ourselves to
    • ourselves what will enable us to understand them. Nothing
    • not to have to do so, we simply turn ourselves round, and
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    • earthly feeling of ourselves, — Earth-impulse living in
    • relationships which reveal themselves to us in the realm of
    • within ourselves, to that part of our organisation which
    • have something by which we feel ourselves, which
    • gives us the experience of ourselves as a reality.
    • themselves into relationship with one another so that a is a
    • differentiated within themselves.
    • place between the surface of the Earth-body and ourselves.
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    • ourselves how we may find the way to reality? Let us then
    • Acquaint yourselves with the minute displacements of the
    • are living in the outer world. If we ourselves are in
    • ourselves are in movement, we leave this out; we deem
    • ourselves at rest and envisage only the external
    • movement that we relate ourselves differently to the Radius
    • movement of the fixed stars themselves: — The movements
    • movements we ourselves are making with the Earth. For, as we
    • we ourselves are making in the year's course. We realise it
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    • might not be primary magnitudes at all. They might themselves
    • outwardly as they reveal themselves, without bringing in
    • hypotheses, we find ourselves obliged to draw a strange
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    • Fourth post-Atlantean epoch, and we should ask ourselves this
    • admit: It is just like the way we relate ourselves,
    • 'Truth is', they said to themselves, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn
    • ourselves from the world, — we detach ourselves
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    • — this is a sphere in which we know ourselves to be
    • three, and we shall say to ourselves: Something in us is the
    • jump from one point to another and you yourselves must look
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    • of thinking, the phenomena themselves are such that we find
    • ourselves driven farther and farther from reality. We may not
    • found ourselves obliged to assume a certain relationship of
    • in the equation. Now if we vary the constants themselves as
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    • confine ourselves to the mere outer relations of
    • ourselves into the horizontal posture so as to bring about
    • of time, if I may so express it. We put ourselves into the
    • anything to the purpose, we must bring ourselves into the
    • ourselves into the horizontal posture. We must therefore
    • given thing, yet on the other hand we ourselves bring a like
    • ourselves, we can therefore define the other. The possibility
    • ourselves do in the outer world — what is therefore
    • say to ourselves: how well it fits: we build it up purely by
    • ourselves first constructed, (yet the delight of it should
    • get a little unhinged themselves in the process: They too are
    • go inward and, so to speak, gradually lose themselves towards
    • issue from the Earth lose themselves outward in expanding
    • ourselves to think of a real line as though it had two ends.
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    • the relativity of movements. If we ourselves however are
    • Ourselves we must imagine in a different way. There is our
    • yourselves: What you have here, in Mercury and Venus, is near
    • us ourselves. Whilst, what we see in the paths of the
    • formulae themselves — make them inherently mobile
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    • case and in another. The phenomena that present themselves to
    • themselves in their true light if we then take our start from
    • deeper meaning in the phenomenon that present themselves to
    • little. The constants of the curves must themselves be taken
    • yourselves. You need only observe the empirical data. Observe
    • You will convince yourselves: what I am about to say is
    • remember this, then you will say to yourselves: Here now I
    • fact, there are no rays at all. We say to ourselves: There is
    • flattened and little drops detach themselves. A planetary
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    • menneskene som engelvesen. Dette må vi forberede oss
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    • menneskene som engelvesen. Dette må vi forberede oss
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    • look into our own selves it appears to us as something living, for it
    • for ourselves a consciousness of the development of man's soul-disposition,
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    • look into our own selves it appears to us as something living, for it
    • for ourselves a consciousness of the development of man's soul-disposition,
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    • of autumn. The Earth-spirits in the plants liberate themselves in spring
    • Graeco-Latin epoch, and we ourselves are living in the fifth
    • themselves with astrology will continue to cling to old traditions
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    • of autumn. The Earth-spirits in the plants liberate themselves in spring
    • Graeco-Latin epoch, and we ourselves are living in the fifth
    • themselves with astrology will continue to cling to old traditions
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    • had shown themselves in such a grandiose way to the searching
    • And whoever merely looks at plants by themselves, remaining with the
    • themselves belong to our earth. This means that we may not look at
    • lead to the next. We can ask ourselves, what is the situation with
    • being, the astral body and ego, actually draw themselves out of the
    • physical and etheric bodies, but they do not simply draw themselves
    • is why we may not consider plants by themselves but rather must
    • beings have their organs in order to live and to develop themselves,
    • so these entities, which are real, create for themselves in the plant
    • covering an organ in order to perceive themselves. As I said, it is
    • themselves perpendicularly to the sunlight.
    • the plants reveal themselves as belonging to the earth's
    • are in harmony. There we feel ourselves as living and weaving within
    • world. With our soul and spirit we feel ourselves belonging to the
    • organisms must take into themselves in order to develop warmth. The
    • Transforming themselves in course of time.
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    • had shown themselves in such a grandiose way to the searching
    • And whoever merely looks at plants by themselves, remaining with the
    • themselves belong to our earth. This means that we may not look at
    • lead to the next. We can ask ourselves, what is the situation with
    • being, the astral body and ego, actually draw themselves out of the
    • physical and etheric bodies, but they do not simply draw themselves
    • is why we may not consider plants by themselves but rather must
    • beings have their organs in order to live and to develop themselves,
    • so these entities, which are real, create for themselves in the plant
    • covering an organ in order to perceive themselves. As I said, it is
    • themselves perpendicularly to the sunlight.
    • the plants reveal themselves as belonging to the earth's
    • are in harmony. There we feel ourselves as living and weaving within
    • world. With our soul and spirit we feel ourselves belonging to the
    • organisms must take into themselves in order to develop warmth. The
    • Transforming themselves in course of time.
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    • esoteric in those ancient times; we give ourselves up to an
    • connection.) Now the thoughts in themselves are incompatible
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    • transplant ourselves into ancient times of human knowledge,
    • in any real way. For we can only concern ourselves with the
    • and talents” — those who call themselves official
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    • and intimately unite ourselves with the Spirit of Christ. We see
    • if we transfer ourselves into the development of the times, we
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    • and intimately unite ourselves with the Spirit of Christ. We see
    • if we transfer ourselves into the development of the times, we
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    • therefore only say: These powers exist, they show themselves to
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    • have a premonition of events which prepare themselves, of events
    • ourselves guide the course of our life. In ordinary life this or
    • once more appear as mere images, asserting themselves within the
    • ordinary scientific methods content themselves with the ordinary
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    • have a premonition of events which prepare themselves, of events
    • ourselves guide the course of our life. In ordinary life this or
    • once more appear as mere images, asserting themselves within the
    • ordinary scientific methods content themselves with the ordinary
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    • When we emancipate ourselves from the necessities of earthly
    • themselves, and then all the beings, rising as far as man. And
    • They said to themselves: Once upon a time, man looked out into
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    • When we emancipate ourselves from the necessities of earthly
    • themselves, and then all the beings, rising as far as man. And
    • They said to themselves: Once upon a time, man looked out into
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    • which can only be fully grasped if we immerse ourselves with a
    • thoughts themselves remain unchanged and rigid; but these rigid
    • transfer ourselves into the soul of a man living before the time
    • point of saying to ourselves: Man has reached on the one hand his
    • past epochs, but we ourselves must first find the way to it, we
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    • which can only be fully grasped if we immerse ourselves with a
    • thoughts themselves remain unchanged and rigid; but these rigid
    • transfer ourselves into the soul of a man living before the time
    • point of saying to ourselves: Man has reached on the one hand his
    • past epochs, but we ourselves must first find the way to it, we
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    • in our environment, with which we have thus united ourselves,
    • consciousness which exhaust themselves in what I have described
    • that by studying man in this way, we must say to ourselves: In
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    • in our environment, with which we have thus united ourselves,
    • consciousness which exhaust themselves in what I have described
    • that by studying man in this way, we must say to ourselves: In
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    • enthusiastic human hearts, those men should concern themselves
    • people said to themselves: When a child changes from its crawling
    • ourselves are, as human beings, but that Nature extinguishes us
    • themselves: How did man descend to the earth from the spiritual
    • singing of mantrams cosmic thoughts revealing themselves
    • connect themselves in a grey and abstract manner with the
    • kind that we feel ourselves living passively within it — in
    • reversed sequence, we tear ourselves away from the ordinary
    • particularly the case if we concern ourselves with trifles and
    • experience ourselves within that world in which we must live
    • bring into it. We cannot really yield ourselves to the laws of
    • become our own individual impulses, and by permeating ourselves
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    • enthusiastic human hearts, those men should concern themselves
    • people said to themselves: When a child changes from its crawling
    • ourselves are, as human beings, but that Nature extinguishes us
    • themselves: How did man descend to the earth from the spiritual
    • singing of mantrams cosmic thoughts revealing themselves
    • connect themselves in a grey and abstract manner with the
    • kind that we feel ourselves living passively within it — in
    • reversed sequence, we tear ourselves away from the ordinary
    • particularly the case if we concern ourselves with trifles and
    • experience ourselves within that world in which we must live
    • bring into it. We cannot really yield ourselves to the laws of
    • become our own individual impulses, and by permeating ourselves
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    • change through the fact that we connect ourselves with these
    • ourselves, with everything which now constitutes our
    • soul-spiritual content, must rely entirely upon ourselves.
    • world in which we experienced ourselves through the ordinary
    • which are inwardly filled with life, which form themselves
    • if we consider this world we must say: We really delude ourselves,
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    • change through the fact that we connect ourselves with these
    • ourselves, with everything which now constitutes our
    • soul-spiritual content, must rely entirely upon ourselves.
    • world in which we experienced ourselves through the ordinary
    • which are inwardly filled with life, which form themselves
    • if we consider this world we must say: We really delude ourselves,
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    • ourselves: ‘What are the feelings that unite us with this
    • made ourselves acquainted with the thought of the Mystery of Golgotha
    • say to ourselves as follows: I am placed in the Earth evolution. What
    • understand ourselves aright, we continually look back through our
    • tone of the soul was necessary in those who devoted themselves at
    • part in the experiences themselves. But the thing was still quite
    • ourselves with the spiritual. For man in the sphere of erudition does
    • ourselves.
    • Everything rests upon our being able to awaken in ourselves that
    • life for the whole of humanity. We must unite ourselves with the
    • give themselves over to feelings of happiness, or when they must feel
    • materialists are not alone in this. Others, who believe themselves to
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    • ourselves: ‘What are the feelings that unite us with this
    • made ourselves acquainted with the thought of the Mystery of Golgotha
    • say to ourselves as follows: I am placed in the Earth evolution. What
    • understand ourselves aright, we continually look back through our
    • tone of the soul was necessary in those who devoted themselves at
    • part in the experiences themselves. But the thing was still quite
    • ourselves with the spiritual. For man in the sphere of erudition does
    • ourselves.
    • Everything rests upon our being able to awaken in ourselves that
    • life for the whole of humanity. We must unite ourselves with the
    • give themselves over to feelings of happiness, or when they must feel
    • materialists are not alone in this. Others, who believe themselves to
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    • us: those who truly feel themselves connected with the Christ Jesus
    • must promise this to themselves on Christmas night again and
    • acquainted ourselves with the thought of the Mystery of Golgotha that
    • ourselves: I am placed into earthly evolution. What I give to earthly
    • ourselves — and here we touch on a significant mystery of
    • remember ourselves. It does not change with the body, it stays
    • ourselves correctly, we always look back through our entire earthly
    • themselves: they were not permitted to drink wine or any alcoholic
    • assumed by those who were to devote themselves to the performance
    • dressed themselves up, one as Joseph, the other as Mary, and they
    • of wanting to participate, to experience it themselves. Yet it
    • mood emanating from the longing to participate themselves,
    • wanted to prepare themselves morally m such an intensive
    • the three remaining bodies unite themselves with earthly
    • be able to unite ourselves with the spiritual, It is impossible for
    • that point of time at which we can recollect ourselves. If we go
    • backward, feeling ourselves back at the child's standpoint?
    • bypass everything super-sensible, if we feel ourselves
    • being able to awaken in ourselves something that will open the view
    • ourselves with the prophetic feeling, the prophetic intimation,
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    • us: those who truly feel themselves connected with the Christ Jesus
    • must promise this to themselves on Christmas night again and
    • acquainted ourselves with the thought of the Mystery of Golgotha that
    • ourselves: I am placed into earthly evolution. What I give to earthly
    • ourselves — and here we touch on a significant mystery of
    • remember ourselves. It does not change with the body, it stays
    • ourselves correctly, we always look back through our entire earthly
    • themselves: they were not permitted to drink wine or any alcoholic
    • assumed by those who were to devote themselves to the performance
    • dressed themselves up, one as Joseph, the other as Mary, and they
    • of wanting to participate, to experience it themselves. Yet it
    • mood emanating from the longing to participate themselves,
    • wanted to prepare themselves morally m such an intensive
    • the three remaining bodies unite themselves with earthly
    • be able to unite ourselves with the spiritual, It is impossible for
    • that point of time at which we can recollect ourselves. If we go
    • backward, feeling ourselves back at the child's standpoint?
    • bypass everything super-sensible, if we feel ourselves
    • being able to awaken in ourselves something that will open the view
    • ourselves with the prophetic feeling, the prophetic intimation,
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    • hearts. This can be felt from the Gospels themselves, but it
    • overwhelmed so that we almost prostrate ourselves before the
    • even to approach and place ourselves alongside of it. We are
    • intellect; but the inward urge to develop themselves through
    • themselves to overcome the illusion of the world through
    • and now find ourselves in a physical world which we see with
    • is Maya, is illusion, let us raise ourselves to the spiritual
    • world! We shall then certainly have changed ourselves, but
    • provision for themselves without much personal effort. Much
    • occupy themselves with lower magic, and even black magic. To
    • unite ourselves with Ormuzd, Ahura Mazdao.’
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    • often find ourselves in conflict with the feeble instrument
    • cosmic activities. Picture to yourselves that certain forces
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    • from the cosmic powers themselves. They felt him to be this,
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    • declare as from themselves, the mighty secrets of existence.
    • knowledge, and to raise themselves to pure spiritual spheres.
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    • from which they themselves draw what they bestow upon
    • certain training; they felt they must purify themselves from
    • leaves them to themselves. The moment that he falls asleep,
    • through the stars themselves which, in their movements and
    • planets group themselves within, and pass through the twelve
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    • differed from those who severed themselves from the tree, and
    • severed branch. All such men felt themselves consciously in
    • possible for external habits to reveal themselves and to
    • imprint themselves on the etheric body. This was the second
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    • unjustified spirit of contradiction among ourselves, we take
    • helpers who drew these evils towards themselves and through
    • the expelled demons into themselves. Thus in ancient
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    • close to us that we identify ourselves with it; in fact
    • touch with the beings revealing themselves through these
    • world. They love to occupy themselves with their own
    • they had resolutely kept themselves away from this, as soon
    • Anthroposophists, they begin to occupy themselves very
    • Beings, who have themselves left the physical body, who are
    • ourselves from egoism, Lucifer or Diabolus, the tempter of
    • to the spirit, for through themselves, through their own ego,
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    • ourselves: What then actually had to come to pass through the
    • to pour themselves forth into the macrocosm. This also has
    • now come to those who experience in themselves the ego-being
    • can yet receive the spirit within themselves and be
    • are the beggars for the spirit, for within themselves they
    • comfort not only by passing out of themselves and being
    • can find comfort within themselves by entering into a new
    • lifting themselves up to Christ they fill themselves with the
    • new truth, and find in themselves the solace for every
    • they submitted themselves to processes by which the harmful
    • over him had established themselves especially in this body.
    • says: ‘Blessed are those who draw down into themselves
    • They have received God into themselves; they have become an
    • themselves they will find the Kingdom of Heaven.’
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    • disciples were themselves in a twofold state of consciousness
    • development through Christ. They themselves lived continually
    • those who fill themselves from incarnation to incarnation
    • fulness. Only once. Those who devote themselves to
    • it will be able to fill themselves with the Christ-force,
    • be able to fill themselves with it. What the acceptance of
    • in the tradition of an ancient one, we must make ourselves
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    • themselves, to grow in their lives, and in living wisdom, in
    • powers by which they had given birth within themselves to the
    • “Within yourselves ye shall find the Kingdoms of the
    • the words ‘for in themselves’ or ‘through
    • themselves’ ‘they shall attain the Kingdoms of
    • onwards attention is dircted to ‘in themselves.’
    • setting of themselves in action,’ so that they
    • gradually become creative from within themselves. The men of
    • to-day will come to understand this when they fill themselves
    • him as one of themselves — it can consciously accept
    • they would themselves be able to experience expansion into
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    • themselves from time to time with earthly humanity so that
    • there in order to fit themselves to become a temple for the
    • themselves. When the descending Being is of exceptional
    • themselves on the fact that they understand
    • who have become ‘old,’ but that they themselves
    • incarnations they do not concern themselves with the
    • them; but they cannot unite themselves with Him. They have no
    • their lamps in time could not unite themselves with Christ;
    • can attain of themselves to an understanding of the Christ.
    • themselves. We have need of humility if we are to
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    • penetrate deeply into our own souls, to immerse ourselves, as it
    • appears to grow deeper and deeper. While we ourselves remain in the
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    • penetrate deeply into our own souls, to immerse ourselves, as it
    • appears to grow deeper and deeper. While we ourselves remain in the
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    • these ancient Egyptians themselves conceived of their whole culture,
    • Egyptians themselves felt but the way in which Egyptian culture was
    • ask ourselves: of what nature was the life of feeling and ideas among
    • of this spiritual world because they themselves still possessed the
    • within him. The starry constellations themselves must be the script.
    • language of Hermes was the language of the stars themselves. The
    • of Hermes, and indeed the Egyptians felt themselves connected with
    • period of decadence do other forces make themselves felt.
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    • these ancient Egyptians themselves conceived of their whole culture,
    • Egyptians themselves felt but the way in which Egyptian culture was
    • ask ourselves: of what nature was the life of feeling and ideas among
    • of this spiritual world because they themselves still possessed the
    • within him. The starry constellations themselves must be the script.
    • language of Hermes was the language of the stars themselves. The
    • of Hermes, and indeed the Egyptians felt themselves connected with
    • period of decadence do other forces make themselves felt.
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    • drawn to the light, and are even so stupid as to hurl themselves into
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    • the main inside ourselves, saying: Here is the lung, here the heart,
    • rebirth we feel ourselves actually to be the whole world — when I
    • — at times we each of us feel ourselves to be the whole world. And
    • only the world of the higher Hierarchies, we would never find ourselves.
    • never become fully aware of ourselves. Hence in our experience between
    • beings within us and begin to perceive ourselves. Certainly it is as if
    • we were outside ourselves, but we know that this being outside ourselves
    • ourselves and the world of spiritual beings.
    • looking within ourselves and finding there the world of the spirit, down
    • able to experience ourselves, then on earth it would be impossible for
    • — I cannot say because we withdraw into ourselves — but
    • because we can liberate ourselves from the higher spirits within us.
    • enable us to grasp ourselves within spiritual beings and so to be
    • approach ever nearer to the earth. We feel ourselves as a self, but
    • continually become less able to comprehend, to maintain, ourselves
    • have been able to implant in ourselves through love becomes truly
    • ourselves and then breathe ourselves out, and this is of course a
    • out into the spiritual beings and coming back into ourselves, we speak a
    • ourselves. When we are free from them again and come to ourselves, then
    • we have the after-effect, then we are ourselves. Over there they express
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    • the main inside ourselves, saying: Here is the lung, here the heart,
    • rebirth we feel ourselves actually to be the whole world — when I
    • — at times we each of us feel ourselves to be the whole world. And
    • only the world of the higher Hierarchies, we would never find ourselves.
    • never become fully aware of ourselves. Hence in our experience between
    • beings within us and begin to perceive ourselves. Certainly it is as if
    • we were outside ourselves, but we know that this being outside ourselves
    • ourselves and the world of spiritual beings.
    • looking within ourselves and finding there the world of the spirit, down
    • able to experience ourselves, then on earth it would be impossible for
    • — I cannot say because we withdraw into ourselves — but
    • because we can liberate ourselves from the higher spirits within us.
    • enable us to grasp ourselves within spiritual beings and so to be
    • approach ever nearer to the earth. We feel ourselves as a self, but
    • continually become less able to comprehend, to maintain, ourselves
    • have been able to implant in ourselves through love becomes truly
    • ourselves and then breathe ourselves out, and this is of course a
    • out into the spiritual beings and coming back into ourselves, we speak a
    • ourselves. When we are free from them again and come to ourselves, then
    • we have the after-effect, then we are ourselves. Over there they express
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    • want to restrict ourselves to those means of attaining knowledge which
    • less true that all that goes on with our own selves depends very little
    • raised ourselves up out of our connection with the external world of the
    • it with far more understanding than the philosophers themselves! Why
    • themselves. We have again and again to call attention to the fact that
    • relate themselves in their feelings to what they already had in their
    • example, we exert ourselves strongly in movement. We feel how the
    • until waking we are ourselves within, or united with, the movements of
    • now. Naturally, those who labour under the delusion have themselves no
    • Mystery of Golgotha it has been possible for men to possess themselves
    • themselves in the constellations of the fixed stars, just as these
    • present-day ordinary consciousness. We cannot merely let ourselves be
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    • want to restrict ourselves to those means of attaining knowledge which
    • less true that all that goes on with our own selves depends very little
    • raised ourselves up out of our connection with the external world of the
    • it with far more understanding than the philosophers themselves! Why
    • themselves. We have again and again to call attention to the fact that
    • relate themselves in their feelings to what they already had in their
    • example, we exert ourselves strongly in movement. We feel how the
    • until waking we are ourselves within, or united with, the movements of
    • now. Naturally, those who labour under the delusion have themselves no
    • Mystery of Golgotha it has been possible for men to possess themselves
    • themselves in the constellations of the fixed stars, just as these
    • present-day ordinary consciousness. We cannot merely let ourselves be
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    • he asserted that the lower animals reproduced themselves. He
    • ground; they comfort themselves with the knowledge that the time
    • precarious position, because those conceptions themselves rest
    • numbers of those who occupy themselves with these things refuse
    • of Nature's workings. His errors will rectify themselves. If he
    • themselves lead to light on the riddles of the soul. To them
    • laws; and we study these laws. We ask ourselves: How is it that
    • themselves so enlightened, on account of their having done away
    • the first globules of protoplasm formed themselves out of some
    • under conditions which probably only presented themselves during
    • split up and multiplied, grouped themselves so as to form organs
    • are as unable to familiarise themselves with the at present
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    • he asserted that the lower animals reproduced themselves. He
    • ground; they comfort themselves with the knowledge that the time
    • precarious position, because those conceptions themselves rest
    • numbers of those who occupy themselves with these things refuse
    • of Nature's workings. His errors will rectify themselves. If he
    • themselves lead to light on the riddles of the soul. To them
    • laws; and we study these laws. We ask ourselves: How is it that
    • themselves so enlightened, on account of their having done away
    • the first globules of protoplasm formed themselves out of some
    • under conditions which probably only presented themselves during
    • split up and multiplied, grouped themselves so as to form organs
    • are as unable to familiarise themselves with the at present
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    • themselves by fission; one divides itself into two, two into
    • purchase the possibility of recreating themselves by
    • thrusting certain parts of themselves into the realm of the
    • themselves with bark. We are quite justified in saying of a
    • themselves impelled to draw from the well of knowledge
    • take up into ourselves any Spiritual process of death. Only
    • when we receive what is exterior to ourselves do we take in
    • convince yourselves if you consider it more exactly. For this
    • further, if we did not in ourselves associate death with
    • cannot organise these into ourselves nor really carry them
    • life experiences and with it build ourselves a future living
    • ourselves that it is possible to develop ideas and
    • observe it more exactly, if we ask ourselves what must be the
    • taken into ourselves something more than an inner impression
    • ourselves cover over, as it were. If we begin to grasp it we
    • and we must not only put this to ourselves as a dry abstract
    • the fruits of past lives; we develop in ourselves in the
    • then say to ourselves what a good thing it was that in former
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    • themselves by fission; one divides itself into two, two into
    • purchase the possibility of recreating themselves by
    • thrusting certain parts of themselves into the realm of the
    • themselves with bark. We are quite justified in saying of a
    • themselves impelled to draw from the well of knowledge
    • take up into ourselves any Spiritual process of death. Only
    • when we receive what is exterior to ourselves do we take in
    • convince yourselves if you consider it more exactly. For this
    • further, if we did not in ourselves associate death with
    • cannot organise these into ourselves nor really carry them
    • life experiences and with it build ourselves a future living
    • ourselves that it is possible to develop ideas and
    • observe it more exactly, if we ask ourselves what must be the
    • taken into ourselves something more than an inner impression
    • ourselves cover over, as it were. If we begin to grasp it we
    • and we must not only put this to ourselves as a dry abstract
    • the fruits of past lives; we develop in ourselves in the
    • then say to ourselves what a good thing it was that in former
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    • themselves to the spirit which has given them the human
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    • ask ourselves who is better able to judge the geometry of
    • humbled themselves and became mild, something streamed from
    • themselves have seen. Those who described Wotan, Thor, Zeus,
    • all. They recounted that they themselves still saw something
    • “I-am.” Human beings did not feel themselves as
    • Christian Church, did not feel themselves to be
    • themselves as a part of it. A man would not have said
    • a matter of what they taught. If they themselves had remained
    • Ordinary everyday people set themselves aims for the
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    • few days we are to occupy ourselves with a very profound
    • materialism, believed themselves able to solve the riddle of
    • not express themselves as physical objects do, but in
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    • then feel themselves as separate human egos, but as members
    • “I”-soul in common. In those days you yourselves
    • physical plane. The people themselves saw only the separate
    • nervous systems to themselves. If it merely depended upon
    • to themselves. Hence to man the state of sleep is an
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    • into themselves, and are rescued from the general destruction
    • that the people lived in the memory of what they themselves
    • people were those who could transpose themselves into the
    • which present themselves in such different domains.
    • especially in bygone times. They did not express themselves
    • write.” (We must feel that we ourselves are spoken to
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    • have also seen how we ourselves, in the spiritual movement to
    • individuals who lift themselves above the rest of warring
    • separated themselves and are now degenerating. They
    • ourselves in order to become intelligent?” curious and
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    • as yet they possessed nothing of this themselves. Essentially
    • exalted above man, they have man within themselves, so to
    • They bear man within themselves; they experienced in another
    • which they themselves passed through the human stage. They
    • we ourselves are able to find from the study of the spiritual
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    • are supposed to have formed themselves into globes. In
    • thing, namely, that they themselves are present and turn the
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    • themselves in a changed form.
    • the personality to themselves, so that the personality has
    • when up above those who have spiritualized themselves, who
    • evolution and to which they have chained themselves; they are
    • mission, who raise up Christ within themselves, who develop
    • in this marriage who take into themselves the impulse of
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    • Atlantis allowed themselves to become hardened and therefore
    • them-selves another material globe, a globe which will
    • have hardened the material principle in themselves have
    • preserved in themselves what to-day are the most important
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    • themselves and allowed it to become active. We shall now
    • occupy ourselves with what can develop out of man.
    • you yourselves make out of your own body. Hence the body is
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    • they themselves are really living in exactly the same
    • these stones other beings like themselves grew out of the
    • now comprehensible why men began to cover themselves up.
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    • those who do not work upon themselves so as to strip off the
    • themselves will actually appear in astral form also, but
    • excluding themselves from the Christ-principle, will have
    • into themselves, already in the period after the great War of
    • taken these germs into themselves to turn round and be
    • themselves, they thrust away that which would enable them to
    • power, the Being, who leads men so to spiritualize themselves
    • one hand the blackest ones segregate themselves in Babylon,
    • time lifts us up to the good powers themselves. Let us not be
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    • people dedicating themselves to-day to the foundation of a
    • preparing them-selves to live in bodies in the future in
    • themselves they have not yet lost touch. But those who to-day
    • life, are really taking up into themselves in the very first
    • say that others who devote themselves to the Vedanta wisdom
    • or immerse themselves in the Bhagavad Gita or in the
    • up again for them-selves because they have received Christ.
    • so to speak, of beings in the spiritual world, and themselves
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    • not about themselves. The Christ Impulse brought to man the
    • themselves until the Venus stage of evolution. The Venus wisdom can
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    • one of yourselves, will show forth a few things, whereby ye shall
    • the authority, we ought to give heed to ourselves and to seek out
    • things, that we might not as novices shipwreck ourselves upon
    • one of yourselves and loving you all in particular more than my
    • own soul, to give heed to yourselves now, and not to liken
    • yourselves to certain persons who pile up sin upon sin, saying
    • entering in privily stand apart by yourselves, as if ye were
    • already justified, but assemble yourselves together and consult
    • the scripture saith; Woe unto them that are wise for themselves,
    • let us exercise ourselves in the fear of God, [and] let us strive
    • evil counsel against themselves saying, Let us bind the righteous
    • we ourselves shall be made perfect so that we may become heirs of
    • who now not how to provide food for themselves by toil and sweat,
    • not provide food for themselves, but sit idle and seek how they
    • themselves.
    • they abandoned Me the fountain of life, and they digged for themselves
    • given it, but they themselves were not found worthy to receive it
    • themselves again molten images, and he cast them out of his hands
    • received them, but they themselves were not found worthy. But how
    • shall ourselves be able to do so after being justified and
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    • superstition. We must accustom ourselves to use such terms as
    • may be. To say this to ourselves is to set up a counterpoise to the
    • under and never be able to find ourselves properly. A fact connected
    • to other people, and enables us to find the other man in ourselves,
    • ourselves and kindling interest in our own being. It is just in our
    • it to be conjured forth by the Ahrimanic forces themselves.
    • upright posture, we place ourselves into space. But the force that is
    • should in every way place ourselves into space, bring the spaceless
    • educated in theology they may think themselves, speak when they talk
    • ourselves, is the sole reason why people maintain that their
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    • grasping themselves as persons. The Christ Impulse brought men the
    • the theologians may give themselves, the Mystery of Golgotha will
    • they themselves think and feel, and they are not accessible to
    • themselves as sons of God; that is, they considered themselves
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    • concerned, men are intended to accustom themselves to
    • saying that they will confess themselves to be demons if they
    • forces of heredity; but we should school ourselves through a
    • world; but it is an error to identify ourselves with physical nature
    • knowledge — but if we are to ask ourselves: What kinds of
    • Tertullian spoke of how the demons themselves say they are demons and
    • Father, says that demons tell the truth about themselves and about
    • “understanding.” What people themselves call
    • accustom ourselves to finding for certain things belonging to
    • strangers in that world. They disguise themselves as
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    • to ask ourselves: What must be our attitude of soul, what must we do
    • enlighten ourselves from the most varied aspects concerning man's own
    • Now just ask yourselves to what extent this religious piety is still
    • working in the general life of men, even when they believe themselves
    • half-truths haunt the world themselves like ghosts.
    • consciousness, and they instinctively limited themselves to having in their
    • extraordinarily interesting spectacle! When we accustom ourselves to
    • of super-sensible intelligence and not real in themselves, so by
    • man, for then we turn ourselves into ghosts. This has indeed happened
    • conception of yourselves forced upon you by natural science. And if
    • themselves as ghosts, it is true, but they could also receive the
    • recognise themselves as real men, only as ghosts. I shall get
    • ghost of themselves and I shall pour all the wisdom of the
    • take in real earnest the picture you must make for yourselves, and
    • difficult; but the non-spiritual defend themselves with all the
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    • themselves from the confusion of to-day, the confusion of recent
    • things are considered spiritually. Now we must ask ourselves over and
    • pray; we must protect ourselves against him and meet him in full
    • the Arabian men of learning under foot and always saw themselves in this
    • observation, certain accompanying phenomena make themselves known.
    • of birth and death begin to reveal themselves only when we know that we
    • courage to look steadily at ourselves. If here (see diagram) there is
    • of ourselves, we should see the continuous flux, and could
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    • birth and death. We must increasingly accustom ourselves to the
    • the efforts of men themselves. The year 666 was still in the age of
    • themselves prior to the age of the Intellectual or Mind Soul —
    • ourselves rightly to this central point, the sacrifice of the Mass,
    • well, we will wait and see; we must certainly resign ourselves to the
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    • which consider themselves anchored in
    • must say to ourselves: the contemporary world is full of ideals
    • – and when we ask ourselves: Is the representation of these
    • represent such and such a thing find themselves in a most difficult
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    • which consider themselves anchored in
    • must say to ourselves: the contemporary world is full of ideals
    • – and when we ask ourselves: Is the representation of these
    • represent such and such a thing find themselves in a most difficult
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    • nature of these Beings. We would, indeed, find ourselves in a
    • must learn instead to adapt ourselves to the mobility of
    • of this, you must say to yourselves: I will try to imagine a
    • make clear to ourselves how the Ego was inserted, as it were,
    • permeated by the etheric body. When picturing to ourselves to
    • we find such mineral parts. Thus you can see for yourselves
    • an idea of these Beings, if we ask ourselves: where does the
    • we must ask ourselves further: how much can we really know,
    • in their work upon themselves, as far as the first stage of
    • yourselves the human being, in accordance with the following
    • were ourselves upon ancient Saturn. These Beings enter into
    • must learn first of all. We ourselves must gradually mature
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    • nature of these Beings. We would, indeed, find ourselves in a
    • must learn instead to adapt ourselves to the mobility of
    • of this, you must say to yourselves: I will try to imagine a
    • make clear to ourselves how the Ego was inserted, as it were,
    • permeated by the etheric body. When picturing to ourselves to
    • we find such mineral parts. Thus you can see for yourselves
    • an idea of these Beings, if we ask ourselves: where does the
    • we must ask ourselves further: how much can we really know,
    • in their work upon themselves, as far as the first stage of
    • yourselves the human being, in accordance with the following
    • were ourselves upon ancient Saturn. These Beings enter into
    • must learn first of all. We ourselves must gradually mature
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    • supersede in a suitable way what those who call themselves
    • must not conduct themselves in one way or another in the
    • impulses, and are different in what they will for themselves.
    • manner of speaking will vary greatly among themselves, for
    • acquaint yourselves with two things. First, with the peculiar
    • freeing themselves from the nightmare. It has this effect in
    • themselves objectively with what exists in the world. No
    • men have permitted themselves for a
    • shall again permit themselves to be compelled to think
    • persons who have made themselves unworthy of their official
    • within the human being. We must ask ourselves the question,
    • ourselves in the course of our development beyond the
    • conduct themselves in such a way that, although they are
    • certain sense. They, however, made themselves effective only
    • make them-elves effective one after another in the most
    • events themselves. Events shall be observed for the purpose
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    • bolshevism. We must simply ask ourselves as a mere matter of
    • inclination to eliminate themselves from the world. That is
    • themselves with all sorts of illusions regarding the
    • If they ask themselves, for example, “What do I live
    • but if they did it once, they would say to themselves,
    • themselves, “I live on my money,” there are many
    • give ourselves a comfortable feeling by saying, “I love
    • bourgeoisie may well ask themselves what they have
    • there are works of art. Now, ask yourselves to how many
    • yourselves to how many persons these works of art are utterly
    • cannot so express ourselves as to say, “But I do not
    • they buy something for themselves with their inherited money,
    • ourselves. Rather should we face the truth because what the
    • fabricated for themselves abstract concepts of right and
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    • asking ourselves what must be done for our epoch? What are
    • manifest themselves here in an individual human destiny as
    • themselves in accordance with these forces. They need to take
    • in the West who intend to retain it themselves. It is known,
    • they themselves will not possess these capacities within
    • birth and death, except that we bear within ourselves not
    • be able to acquire for themselves — if it is given to
    • acquire for themselves from the Middle countries hygienic
    • We often ask ourselves, and we are dealing here with
    • most individuals who bear within themselves the will toward
    • yourselves that it was certainly not at all necessary for
    • ourselves that what is effective in this personality is due
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    • must force ourselves to awake; we must wake up; we must free
    • ourselves from what this person wills to do to us.
    • ourselves. If we were not compelled constantly to practice
    • ourselves against this. Otherwise we should simply be
    • themselves as self-knowledge. It might become easy for them
    • deficiencies in human nature that have made themselves
    • strive to delude themselves in regard to this necessity of
    • themselves in a terrible way about themselves when they
    • in us is connected with the fact that we protect ourselves in
    • but that manifest themselves outwardly in some such thing as
    • mastery of it. Many persons would cure themselves not only of
    • ourselves with wishing for what suits us or is pleasing to us
    • embody in themselves an antisocial impulse. The mere fact of
    • human reason if people will adjust themselves to these
    • themselves not to view unthinkingly such things as the fact
    • might say, if we chose to express ourselves in a trivial way,
    • themselves. This is the characteristic mark of the
    • yourselves why such a person as Professor Michel takes up his
    • themselves dominant. We have no reason to be surprised at
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    • admit this to themselves. It becomes especially difficult for
    • to make our age understandable to us, we must ask ourselves
    • ourselves selfishly in our own being, to brood over ourselves
    • ourselves with real love in what has come into our life. We
    • entered my life!” In this way we free ourselves from
    • ourselves when we carry out such an unselfish survey. We then
    • fall victims, of brooding over ourselves. It is so extremely
    • necessary that we should free ourselves from this brooding
    • over ourselves. Anyone who has once felt the power of such
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    • themselves, in the heads of these masses who own nothing, and
    • The three spheres must in the future show themselves
    • themselves in hand, whereas the masses do not will to occupy
    • themselves with thoughts, which are inherent in the instincts
    • themselves, thus denying their own potentiality, when they
    • them everywhere, provided they submerge themselves to a
    • untruthfulness, especially when they surrender themselves to
    • these things. But do not consider yourselves on that account
    • people will consider themselves in duty bound to think in
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    • festival near to our hearts. For in this year we ourselves
    • surrounded by the three magic spirit-kings themselves, by
    • we can feel ourselves united with all that is human. This is
    • feel themselves near to that which so simply, like a child
    • beings and we should be shutting ourselves out from the world
    • know: if we would ourselves be beings of the world-all, then
    • souls have through themselves. There was always the need of
    • spiritual — so may we feel ourselves connected with
    • And if in this circle we feel ourselves united in such love as
    • take hold of us, of which we can learn when we give ourselves
    • ourselves in the realm of Anthroposophy, and that karma has
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    • festival near to our hearts. For in this year we ourselves
    • surrounded by the three magic spirit-kings themselves, by
    • we can feel ourselves united with all that is human. This is
    • feel themselves near to that which so simply, like a child
    • beings and we should be shutting ourselves out from the world
    • know: if we would ourselves be beings of the world-all, then
    • souls have through themselves. There was always the need of
    • spiritual — so may we feel ourselves connected with
    • And if in this circle we feel ourselves united in such love as
    • take hold of us, of which we can learn when we give ourselves
    • ourselves in the realm of Anthroposophy, and that karma has
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    • understand it by placing ourselves, in imagination, in an
    • Sun. We must put ourselves in the position of the men of that
    • is limited to time and space. Let us confine ourselves to
    • ourselves. The fundamental conception of Giordano Bruno was
    • itself heard by men. Great discoveries revealed themselves
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    • understand it by placing ourselves, in imagination, in an
    • Sun. We must put ourselves in the position of the men of that
    • is limited to time and space. Let us confine ourselves to
    • ourselves. The fundamental conception of Giordano Bruno was
    • itself heard by men. Great discoveries revealed themselves
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    • The dead are in our midst - these words themselves are an affirmation
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    • The dead are in our midst - these words themselves are an affirmation
    • must make ourselves acquainted with it. But to know the spiritual
    • world it is essential that we ourselves shall think through and
    • themselves comprehensible to the soul. Anyone who does not
    • themselves — causes either pleasure or pain. The Dead can
    • ourselves prepare this physical body, bringing together in it
    • the whole of animal nature; we ourselves build it.
    • make the picture more exact, we must acquaint ourselves with an
    • earth of our own finger, head or ear — we feel ourselves
    • themselves if a little more trouble were taken to become
    • The Dead enters into those impulses which live themselves
    • from ourselves; when the other person speaks to us, we know
    • died, we must adapt ourselves to hear from them what we ourselves
    • must familiarize yourselves with an idea which it is not easy
    • communications we have ourselves directed to the Dead. We
    • were a message from him. In reality it comes from ourselves.
    • higher Hierarchies, although we attribute it to ourselves,
    • to ourselves. Yet in all this — and in much else that
    • from the death of people older than ourselves. Experience of
    • the pain for ourselves.
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    • impossible for us, unprepared, to transport ourselves into
    • accommodate themselves to its contradictions, though these
    • universality of his spirit, and then to ask ourselves how
    • found themselves obliged to throw overboard all theories,
    • ourselves a body, whether planet or molecule, upon which
    • cautious spirits who confine themselves more to the
    • not to concern ourselves with the correlation existing
    • themselves the essential, real connection between the objects
    • systems of psychology confine themselves to a description of
    • liberate themselves from such trammels; did they allow the
    • for themselves, all contradiction between the spiritual
    • something in him which works of itself. If we yield ourselves
    • within ourselves, and we shall feel something of that which
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    • impossible for us, unprepared, to transport ourselves into
    • accommodate themselves to its contradictions, though these
    • universality of his spirit, and then to ask ourselves how
    • found themselves obliged to throw overboard all theories,
    • ourselves a body, whether planet or molecule, upon which
    • cautious spirits who confine themselves more to the
    • not to concern ourselves with the correlation existing
    • themselves the essential, real connection between the objects
    • systems of psychology confine themselves to a description of
    • liberate themselves from such trammels; did they allow the
    • for themselves, all contradiction between the spiritual
    • something in him which works of itself. If we yield ourselves
    • within ourselves, and we shall feel something of that which
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    • ourselves from the hindrances which meet the seeker for truth
    • being. Those who occupy themselves with gaining knowledge
    • as otherwise, these will make themselves felt,
    • does not know, although they reveal themselves through him.
    • into which influences peculiar to themselves can mingle. This
    • occupy themselves with these things with earnest intent. If
    • Thereby diverse standpoints balance themselves in the world.
    • possible interests place themselves as hindrances in the way,
    • seeking to deceive us, by presenting themselves in lying form
    • meditation and concentration themselves, as such, if pursued,
    • his activity, then the listeners also should hold themselves
    • themselves sharpening more and more their insight and their
    • themselves a facile audience, and merely pursue the
    • present themselves. True and sincere spiritual science may be
    • the sources of error raise themselves ever so much against
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    • ourselves from the hindrances which meet the seeker for truth
    • being. Those who occupy themselves with gaining knowledge
    • as otherwise, these will make themselves felt,
    • does not know, although they reveal themselves through him.
    • into which influences peculiar to themselves can mingle. This
    • occupy themselves with these things with earnest intent. If
    • Thereby diverse standpoints balance themselves in the world.
    • possible interests place themselves as hindrances in the way,
    • seeking to deceive us, by presenting themselves in lying form
    • meditation and concentration themselves, as such, if pursued,
    • his activity, then the listeners also should hold themselves
    • themselves sharpening more and more their insight and their
    • themselves a facile audience, and merely pursue the
    • present themselves. True and sincere spiritual science may be
    • the sources of error raise themselves ever so much against
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    • the people of this age pride themselves on the ‘Selection of
    • of our time find themselves driven to the very quarters
    • expressing themselves through the corporeality, through the
    • this. For by our Karma we place ourselves into a certain
    • place ourselves, in that we enter a certain family. This already
    • gate of death, and through these forces we bring ourselves once
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    • the people of this age pride themselves on the ‘Selection of
    • of our time find themselves driven to the very quarters
    • expressing themselves through the corporeality, through the
    • this. For by our Karma we place ourselves into a certain
    • place ourselves, in that we enter a certain family. This already
    • gate of death, and through these forces we bring ourselves once
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    • believe ourselves to be unbiased in our thought; but it is
    • asked these gentlemen, ‘Well, but you yourselves went through
    • grasp of the world in which we find ourselves ... Only so, and
    • criticise it, giving ourselves up to an abstract idealism; ...
    • its origin in ancient times, when people based themselves on
    • we do not scorn to make ourselves to some extent
    • themselves upon us more and more, for they confront us with
    • themselves occult, — notably in the West of Europe.
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    • believe ourselves to be unbiased in our thought; but it is
    • asked these gentlemen, ‘Well, but you yourselves went through
    • grasp of the world in which we find ourselves ... Only so, and
    • criticise it, giving ourselves up to an abstract idealism; ...
    • its origin in ancient times, when people based themselves on
    • we do not scorn to make ourselves to some extent
    • themselves upon us more and more, for they confront us with
    • themselves occult, — notably in the West of Europe.
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    • will have to place themselves into life more and more
    • ourselves should be able to develop the right thoughts as to
    • life of present time. For these things force themselves upon
    • themselves, just because they could not accept repeated
    • clearly. They criticise existing things, while they themselves
    • proclaiming themselves in duty bound to stand up against my
    • keep their esoteric knowledge to themselves and apply it so as
    • to themselves, while other men remain stupid, ignorant of
    • who in this connection called themselves the esotericists.
    • themselves — called themselves ‘esotericists.’ They
    • to themselves: What if all manner of things are brought to
    • sighed, but they subjected themselves time and again. They
    • far-reaching purposes. We do wrong not to make ourselves
    • attack the Roman Church to the knife. Yet they themselves go to
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    • will have to place themselves into life more and more
    • ourselves should be able to develop the right thoughts as to
    • life of present time. For these things force themselves upon
    • themselves, just because they could not accept repeated
    • clearly. They criticise existing things, while they themselves
    • proclaiming themselves in duty bound to stand up against my
    • keep their esoteric knowledge to themselves and apply it so as
    • to themselves, while other men remain stupid, ignorant of
    • who in this connection called themselves the esotericists.
    • themselves — called themselves ‘esotericists.’ They
    • to themselves: What if all manner of things are brought to
    • sighed, but they subjected themselves time and again. They
    • far-reaching purposes. We do wrong not to make ourselves
    • attack the Roman Church to the knife. Yet they themselves go to
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    • themselves are standing on the ground of Christianity.
    • who think themselves especially advanced in their Christian
    • part. In real truth, when they give themselves up to this
    • by giving ourselves up to fanciful ideas. The spiritual
    • will gain insight into many things that are working themselves
    • will now have gained you may ask yourselves whether it may not
    • to give yourselves the answer, and you will recognise profound
    • themselves by all kinds of names — Brotherhoods, Keepers
    • yourselves will recognise, true freedom could not have arisen
    • Let us then ask ourselves, what really happens when we create
    • who call themselves officially His representatives look
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    • themselves are standing on the ground of Christianity.
    • who think themselves especially advanced in their Christian
    • part. In real truth, when they give themselves up to this
    • by giving ourselves up to fanciful ideas. The spiritual
    • will gain insight into many things that are working themselves
    • will now have gained you may ask yourselves whether it may not
    • to give yourselves the answer, and you will recognise profound
    • themselves by all kinds of names — Brotherhoods, Keepers
    • yourselves will recognise, true freedom could not have arisen
    • Let us then ask ourselves, what really happens when we create
    • who call themselves officially His representatives look
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    • manifest themselves as physical events. We can look upon the
    • formed for themselves the great and powerful imagination of the
    • themselves as events which play their role directly upon the
    • the physical. Only these two events manifest themselves thus to
    • midst of the physical world, reveal themselves even in their
    • spiritual world, we then express ourselves very differently
    • men, nothing that so organizes men that they feel themselves
    • as is appropriate to our age, to take into yourselves the
    • them into yourselves, not as mere teaching, not merely as
    • no matter what may befall, so that we can feel ourselves in
    • life, we can realize only when we take into ourselves in the
    • as we contemplate ourselves as human beings here on the
    • Truths which are eternal we can take into ourselves in the
    • abstract in a single form. And if we feel ourselves as
    • desire to take this Christ into ourselves in His new language.
    • shall we be enabled to fulfil in ourselves the true mission of
    • upon His birth in the right way, to find within ourselves the
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    • manifest themselves as physical events. We can look upon the
    • formed for themselves the great and powerful imagination of the
    • themselves as events which play their role directly upon the
    • the physical. Only these two events manifest themselves thus to
    • midst of the physical world, reveal themselves even in their
    • spiritual world, we then express ourselves very differently
    • men, nothing that so organizes men that they feel themselves
    • as is appropriate to our age, to take into yourselves the
    • them into yourselves, not as mere teaching, not merely as
    • no matter what may befall, so that we can feel ourselves in
    • life, we can realize only when we take into ourselves in the
    • as we contemplate ourselves as human beings here on the
    • Truths which are eternal we can take into ourselves in the
    • abstract in a single form. And if we feel ourselves as
    • desire to take this Christ into ourselves in His new language.
    • shall we be enabled to fulfil in ourselves the true mission of
    • upon His birth in the right way, to find within ourselves the
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    • nature they create instruments for themselves. These
    • various powers express themselves. Humanity had, therefore, to
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    • nature they create instruments for themselves. These
    • various powers express themselves. Humanity had, therefore, to
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    • ourselves what we are to-day.
    • point of view. We say to ourselves that here or there an outstanding
    • make no headway unless we ask ourselves: What can there have been in
    • history and the external world of nature will themselves reveal to us
    • the sway of Ahrimanic influences set themselves in rebellion against
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    • fruits of his earlier Initiation revealed themselves in a genius for
    • thinking about what follows, you must accustom yourselves to the fact
    • the souls of Alexander and Aristotle themselves there was an urge for
    • themselves.
    • impulses but giving none of any significance themselves. That was to
    • the 19th century. We ourselves, do we but rightly understand the
    • to yourselves the whole situation. Think of the meeting — if I
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    • materialistic views prevailing today, we ourselves regard the stars
    • the stars just as we ourselves inhabit the earth.
    • observed from some distant heavenly body. We ourselves know that the
    • that they were producing their own thoughts out of themselves; they
    • did not feel that they themselves were forming their thoughts but
    • was here that King Arthur and his Twelve Knights drew into themselves
    • understand what the Twelve felt about themselves and their mission,
    • by forming themselves into a group like the one I have described, a
    • Aristotle and Alexander themselves who were then in the spiritual
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    • themselves to description, if we begin by considering how human
    • it to yourselves. A human being had been in a spiritual world during
    • means, in other words: When we picture to ourselves how in olden
    • falling asleep to awakening hid themselves in trees and clouds, in
    • ourselves, when we see these little dwarf-like beings emerging from
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    • themselves bring over from earlier epochs that which shows itself in
    • and renown, we ask ourselves: What did they become when they
    • ourselves: What can there have been in an earlier earth-life to
    • when many things are thrusting themselves upon our notice from the
    • artistic skill and fluency in speech show themselves in the karma of
    • themselves known through the Pope and that it behoves them, in
    • other hand all the things that the Jesuits themselves accomplished in
    • do so, for it sees how the individualities separate themselves from
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    • who find themselves together in the Anthroposophical Movement, it
    • the impulses necessary for the tasks they had set themselves, for
    • These waves hurl themselves against the walls of rock and as they
    • etheric bodies. Therewith they received into themselves the Christ
    • into themselves the Sun-Spirit, that is to say, the Christ as He was
    • Life-Spirit was to be seen around the earth. We ourselves leave
    • picture to yourselves the cliff with King Arthur's castle upon it and
    • the Michael streams, for we ourselves are living once again in an Age
    • world they watched the form of culture which they themselves had
    • themselves? They were deeply bound up with the Rulership of Michael
    • yourselves, my dear friends, are the souls who were in incarnation at
    • souls who now in this later incarnation feel themselves drawn to
    • this, the most illustrious Teachers of Chartres felt themselves
    • themselves around Michael, and who had for the most part been
    • Alexander Age and had later steeped themselves in Christianity in the
    • forth from his etheric body, and spread themselves out in the
    • Aristotle set themselves to fight these demonic idols. And the
    • call themselves Anthroposophists. It must live in their hearts and
    • space. We shall remain united in the signs that can reveal themselves
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    • the lectures themselves I want to speak of certain matters connected
    • individual Members themselves, and so forth. The intentions of the
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    • outside the peoples themselves? Apart from the anthroposophical view
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    • the Folk Souls: “Know yourselves as Folk Souls.” This
    • senses other Beings invisibly at work, who express themselves through
    • concerned yourselves with researches into the Akashic Record, with
    • as Beings who are two stages beyond ourselves, who foreshadow what we
    • ourselves will experience in the future; they are Beings who are now
    • their superiority to ourselves. Now this reality is not unrelated to
    • ourselves from without. That is the essential step. And this implies
    • transforming our etheric or life body; Beings who are themselves at
    • whilst we ourselves progress from epoch to epoch, when we look into
    • stages above man and have noted how they placed themselves
    • opportunities are provided for these Beings to express themselves in
    • a variety of ways peculiar to themselves and that what they have to
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    • choleric, phlegmatic and sanguine temperaments, which are themselves
    • their own ego-development must be taken into account. They themselves
    • observing the ego-interests of these Beings. Picture to yourselves
    • themselves. In this weaving into the temperaments the Folk Spirit
    • must learn to accustom ourselves to new points of view. Man is in the
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    • modifications can manifest themselves only through the agency of the
    • ourselves with a part of our inner life are their field of
    • abnormal Archangels have shown themselves to be, in reality, Spirits
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    • ourselves how man would fare if the normal Spirits alone were
    • exist. They do not repeat themselves in the same way as Sinnett
    • the task that lies before us if we wish to raise ourselves to the
    • take upon ourselves if we wish to participate in the spiritual
    • great laws themselves must apprise us of this; we must not allow
    • ourselves to be prejudiced in favour of any particular law.
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    • illusion, we must ask ourselves where we must look for them at the
    • under his feet, for of themselves they would project him with maximum
    • elements do the Spirits of Form manifest themselves? They are the
    • and everything related thereunto manifest themselves at the frontier
    • various forces which manifest themselves in space. Man's inner
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    • felt themselves to be a focal point for the Zeus influence, were
    • place, they felt themselves to be the people of Zeus.
    • five principal races of human evolution detach themselves from the
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    • these Hierarchies themselves undergo evolution or development. We
    • themselves advance to a higher rank. When we look back over the
    • plentiful content, to fill themselves with rich material for those
    • were expecting to transform themselves from Time Spirits to the next
    • Archangels themselves. The individual peoples, indifferent to the
    • Christian Time Spirit. The European Archangels placed themselves in
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    • yourselves for a moment in old Atlantis before the migrations towards
    • raised themselves one stage above this level of perception, so that
    • and with whom men felt themselves to be united, those divine Beings
    • upon themselves the important task of working into the souls of men.
    • as we feel within ourselves the power of Odin in the transformation
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    • have imprinted themselves upon the inner being of man, upon his
    • in a period when they endeavoured to raise themselves into the higher
    • themselves with the forces of inner vision. It was dangerous; they
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    • necessary that the Celts themselves should receive an education and
    • themselves.
    • since all evolution is a continuous process we must ask ourselves
    • through which we prepare ourselves to understand a higher spiritual
    • can at best compare with the world of the Elves of Light. The
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    • and it is highly probable that those who proclaim themselves to be
    • individuals declared themselves to be the new Messiah. The last
    • counter-forces would range themselves against that force whose
    • given from out of the Earth forces themselves to the ‘I’,
    • future hope. We feel ourselves to be inwardly related to the figure
    • of men; but they themselves must be prepared to make a conscious
    • core of the European peoples themselves, if we set our future hopes
    • is mistaken, we shall not allow ourselves to be led astray when they
    • will realize how right I am. Avail yourselves of every means at your
    • ourselves but for all men, then that is true Anthroposophical
    • harmony, even when we discuss amongst ourselves the particular
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    • performances themselves some observations linking them with the
    • If we ask ourselves
    • always liable to err, however much we may believe ourselves to be
    • ourselves consider the best way to treat of Spiritual Science. For we
    • at a true opinion if we ask ourselves how European civilisation has
    • we put the question to ourselves without bias, we get an answer which
    • we ask ourselves unselfishly what it is that Europeans have learnt to
    • question to ourselves, then all the signs of the times show us that
    • connected with it if we were merely to immerse ourselves in ancient
    • ask ourselves what it is that men need in the conditions which
    • necessities of European civilisation, making themselves felt ever
    • and more widespread, a civilisation directed by men themselves and
    • but it has needed souls who have already permeated themselves with
    • then gathers here — we find ourselves filled with spiritual
    • us, that we may entrust ourselves to them. And if sometimes it seems
    • as if things are not going well, then we say to ourselves that if we
    • co-operate and adapt themselves to what is new, but also when I see
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    • task of making man clairvoyant, today they devote themselves to the
    • birth to Persephone within themselves, since they still had the
    • can become for us living feeling if we permeate ourselves with the
    • capacities will show themselves in that man will learn to see the
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    • sources of spiritual-scientific insight; we must fit ourselves to see
    • ourselves: ‘Our gaze falls upon the rainbow which emerges as
    • ourselves we can observe that out of a vague, unthinking brooding,
    • in ourselves thought is born out of the rest of our soul-life. Those
    • astral body ... we can then ask ourselves what corresponds without
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    • the guidance of humanity, were themselves passing through their human
    • it is impossible for them to clothe themselves in such a sheath as
    • and to permeate themselves with their substance. These old
    • themselves not so far advanced as men will be at the end of Earth
    • themselves, so that those leaders of the Greco-Latin time gave men
    • as much for themselves through their leadership as man could attain
    • because at this time men were most left to themselves.
    • consciousness we lift ourselves into the presence of the leaders of
    • was because they themselves, while they were guiding human souls in
    • into themselves the Christ Impulse, which formerly they did not have,
    • ourselves when we follow strictly the goal of Spiritual Science
    • raise themselves ever more and more to a recognition of the etheric
    • manifest themselves; when one looks up to those far-distant worlds
    • Indian epoch, do not permeate themselves with the Christ Impulse, and
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    • could not bother themselves much about men! Hence came that
    • where in the ranks of the hierarchies the Greeks themselves placed
    • exception into the ranks of the Luciferic beings. If we ask ourselves
    • Sun and Moon evolutions, in which at a higher level they themselves
    • ourselves might express this stage of human evolution thus. —
    • Picture to yourselves this sensation, think to yourselves that the
    • as their property, to feel themselves shut up within their bodies as
    • a reality, have devoted themselves to what Pallas Athene added to the
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    • remind ourselves of the fundamental basis of our Spiritual Science,
    • only, in ourselves. The egos of all other men are hidden from us
    • knowledge upon ourselves. We have to look into ourselves with the
    • Dionysos into themselves! If there were among us on the Earth men
    • they said to themselves: ‘Since Dionysos, the younger Dionysos,
    • astral bodies. They said to themselves: ‘Dionysos and his rout
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    • have to ask ourselves where in human nature those processes take
    • ourselves what the brain has to do with all this that goes on
    • which we ourselves have first produced, and which are then made
    • ourselves is simple, but the brain is tremendously complicated and of
    • ourselves to this purely theoretical exposition, if we enter into it,
    • ourselves, to get to know what we are. Now all our knowledge takes
    • If an undefined feeling challenges us to know ourselves, we have to
    • ourselves.
    • who only manifest themselves to clairvoyant consciousness. You will
    • ourselves.
    • another way, we relate ourselves to it in its true stature when we
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    • the heavenly powers, we should say to ourselves: ‘We must raise
    • from this confidence in ourselves, from this trust which grows in us
    • to say to themselves: ‘You must die and must take your debt of
    • ourselves which is inharmonious? That is connected with the whole of
    • ourselves down to a few abstract concepts; we have to approach the
    • something of the outside world, something that is not ourselves. Thus
    • gods themselves in the depths of our life-body we are unable to give
    • among them before Saturn, represented themselves; they thought. But
    • can say that ‘the original gods had need to present themselves
    • to themselves in self-knowledge.’ Therefore they confronted
    • themselves with the Luciferic beings as cosmic thoughts, or cosmic
    • thoughts, so the original gods learned to know themselves in Lucifer
    • gods have so to say left something of themselves behind, so that they
    • could look back and see themselves in this mirror thrown off from
    • ourselves in a mirror. Thus in fact the Luciferic beings are backward
    • original gods may present themselves to themselves. From this you can
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    • try to picture to ourselves what the human being was like in this
    • space we must ask ourselves which are the creatures upon whom they
    • upon all things that propagate themselves by laying eggs outside
    • ourselves advance in knowledge of what the world is, the better we
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    • into space the thinner our ideas become, and we find ourselves at
    • enters. What we ourselves have done to this divine nature of ours
    • into ourselves we find the opposite of what we find when we expand
    • danger of finally encountering the void; if we descend into ourselves
    • we ourselves have condensed through our impulses, desires and
    • into our own soul-depths we feel ourselves to an ever greater extent
    • are what we first meet when we enter into ourselves, seem horrifying
    • ourselves, these instincts develop their full strength, and we cannot
    • a lower nature in ourselves, and are thrown back upon ourselves worse
    • into ourselves we are confronted as it were by the density of our
    • plunge into ourselves, we are in danger of surrendering our
    • esoteric life a man delves into his own inner being, he is overcome
    • themselves all the time to develop what is human being, we
    • facts themselves invariably support what we say here, but the current
    • not at all at variance with the actual facts themselves.
    • on a silent speech; these movements imprint themselves on the brain,
    • we try to go out into the cosmos we find ourselves before the void;
    • if we try to sink into ourselves we find ourselves ensnared in our
    • beings and burn ourselves up in them. That is why the ordeals are so
    • with purely theoretical. We have to say to ourselves: ‘However
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    • preceding ages too give the impression as if they were themselves pointing
    • In order so to deepen ourselves in the soul that we can follow all its
    • still resound. There were painters at that time who themselves donned
    • naturally to form themselves into human figures, one being the Child
    • realms themselves and meets, in the clouds, those elements that can
    • to the loftiest spiritual heights if we can give ourselves up —
    • have had, we cannot help saying to ourselves: “Yes, indeed, in
    • in themselves, revealing the Eternal in one moment of Time.
    • of this kind, for those who have steeped themselves again and again
    • a conception born out of Raphael's works themselves, it must be said
    • ourselves study a spirit like Hermann Grimm with this same inner sympathy,
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    • preceding ages too give the impression as if they were themselves pointing
    • In order so to deepen ourselves in the soul that we can follow all its
    • still resound. There were painters at that time who themselves donned
    • naturally to form themselves into human figures, one being the Child
    • realms themselves and meets, in the clouds, those elements that can
    • to the loftiest spiritual heights if we can give ourselves up —
    • have had, we cannot help saying to ourselves: “Yes, indeed, in
    • in themselves, revealing the Eternal in one moment of Time.
    • of this kind, for those who have steeped themselves again and again
    • a conception born out of Raphael's works themselves, it must be said
    • ourselves study a spirit like Hermann Grimm with this same inner sympathy,
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    • ourselves: — In very deed it contains nothing but what can be
    • to ask ourselves: — What do they actually mean?
    • them on to their deeds. Thus they do not appear themselves, but permeate
    • the evolution of humanity retrospectively. We have to say to ourselves:
    • powers expressed themselves. If one considers that, then one also grasps
    • we perceive in ourselves as the true activity of the etheric body is,
    • instinctively known to man, for they looked into themselves, they saw
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    • ourselves: — In very deed it contains nothing but what can be
    • to ask ourselves: — What do they actually mean?
    • them on to their deeds. Thus they do not appear themselves, but permeate
    • the evolution of humanity retrospectively. We have to say to ourselves:
    • powers expressed themselves. If one considers that, then one also grasps
    • we perceive in ourselves as the true activity of the etheric body is,
    • instinctively known to man, for they looked into themselves, they saw
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    • light, presenting themselves first as a kind of riddle to be
    • we can enrich our experience so that we feel ourselves living in the
    • umbrella when it rains. When we go out from ourselves and experience
    • then we ought equally to sink ourselves down under the frost and
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    • picture (blue) and ask ourselves what it really represents? It is not
    • themselves out of the seeds, depend for their whole growth on their
    • salts widely distributed in the plant; they etherealise themselves in
    • autumn, finally concentrating themselves in their seeds. What is this
    • us transpose ourselves into the being of man. In the Christmas
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    • and spirit are to be found everywhere, we can allow ourselves to
    • themselves with the cloud-formations and acquire an inner activity
    • physical breathing, and by uniting themselves with it they would be
    • and thus condense themselves from an astral to an etheric condition,
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    • upwards. As they do so, they weave themselves into the shining
    • the height of summer, we ask ourselves: Whence does Michael, who
    • the moral world-order does not exist only in ourselves as abstract
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    • yourselves how from all these Beings, Gabriel, Raphael, Uriel,
    • other systems have themselves to be healed.
    • forces. If we first see this for ourselves and then, having perhaps
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    • Impulse who themselves do not really understand it? What power
    • it is said that simple men — for the Apostles themselves
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    • themselves ... a sleep of such a kind that at the same
    • Moreover they were able to express themselves in such a way
    • men themselves in whom the transformation had come about,
    • which placed themselves like a screen in front of the real
    • Apostles who at the time of Pentecost felt themselves quickened
    • compelled to ask themselves: Who, then, is that Being with Whom
    • them in a picture. They saw themselves going about after the
    • merely saw themselves in the presence of this spiritual
    • the body. And now they said to themselves: Before we were
    • as it has now become — we must feel ourselves as those in
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    • does make carob-trees transplant themselves from one spot to
    • themselves can evoke all manner of demons! In very truth, no
    • they themselves had learned within the Order. Everyone who
    • dedicate themselves to the austere life of the Order. If they
    • separating themselves from the rest of humanity; their
    • them. But the impressions not only engrave themselves
    • up with the experiences themselves, and one carries them on
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    • the gifts that had shown themselves in him since his twelfth
    • gentleness and meekness of the Essenes themselves. Then,
    • separate themselves from men who thereby suffer unhappiness.
    • the Essenes protect themselves in such a way that Lucifer and
    • they themselves may live in blessedness. These words
    • that men on the earth below must nourish themselves by means of
    • themselves deeply in His soul. He realised and felt the whole
    • themselves could distinguish Him but they most certainly
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    • in which they themselves live. To be able to relate oneself in this
    • we were materialists in our youth, but then allowed ourselves to
    • wisdom. If we close ourselves to the revelations of the spiritual
    • to give us is able to help us in opening ourselves towards life, in
    • universal events. We let ourselves be instructed by the course of
    • When we fill ourselves with wisdom, when we try in action and
    • become wisdom, we find ourselves in fact under a ‘tree,’
    • themselves in a spiritual way. It is connected with this that what
    • life asks from us, but when we are prepared to take ourselves in hand
    • forces concerned. If we are not courageous, if we let ourselves go
    • and withdraw timidly from life, abandoning ourselves to our own
    • to Lucifer those forces which are expended through giving ourselves
    • carried away by their desires, who give themselves up to the life of
    • and these have to make the greatest efforts within themselves,
    • to work ourselves free from these bonds.
    • do we direct ourselves into life when we learn to speak? Forces of
    • we use as a child when we raise ourselves up from crawling, lives in
    • ourselves were still in the womb of the godhead. And we have two
    • extends into the future, when we fill ourselves with spirituality.
    • will come when men will see clearly that they are throwing themselves
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    • in which they themselves live. To be able to relate oneself in this
    • we were materialists in our youth, but then allowed ourselves to
    • wisdom. If we close ourselves to the revelations of the spiritual
    • to give us is able to help us in opening ourselves towards life, in
    • universal events. We let ourselves be instructed by the course of
    • When we fill ourselves with wisdom, when we try in action and
    • become wisdom, we find ourselves in fact under a ‘tree,’
    • themselves in a spiritual way. It is connected with this that what
    • life asks from us, but when we are prepared to take ourselves in hand
    • forces concerned. If we are not courageous, if we let ourselves go
    • and withdraw timidly from life, abandoning ourselves to our own
    • to Lucifer those forces which are expended through giving ourselves
    • carried away by their desires, who give themselves up to the life of
    • and these have to make the greatest efforts within themselves,
    • to work ourselves free from these bonds.
    • do we direct ourselves into life when we learn to speak? Forces of
    • we use as a child when we raise ourselves up from crawling, lives in
    • ourselves were still in the womb of the godhead. And we have two
    • extends into the future, when we fill ourselves with spirituality.
    • will come when men will see clearly that they are throwing themselves
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    • it is precisely when we now ask ourselves: How, in turn, can
    • against the paradox, and find ourselves saying: If thinking has
    • processes themselves. It thus becomes paradoxical to
    • of it. Only as thinking beings can we regard ourselves as
    • ourselves to be in an area of non-reality.
    • we can stand upright ourselves and have a healthy influence
    • disgruntled and downcast — useless to ourselves and
    • what is the result? Well, we have only to express ourselves in
    • knowledge they could not gain for themselves.
    • feel themselves linked, as the men of earlier epochs did, to
    • of extension of natural knowledge. If we understand ourselves
    • clear-cut concepts which we have formed ourselves or have been
    • ourselves an internal image of how the organs of the animal are
    • us be quite honest with ourselves. In ordinary life, if we
    • we often have to represent this experience to ourselves
    • ourselves related, something of the eternal in the world.
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    • or unconscious, establish themselves there, and flow up into
    • looking from within, we ourselves, by means of ordinary
    • themselves to ordinary consciousness and operate in ordinary
    • come a moment in life when we say to ourselves: When I was a
    • yourselves as students of the spirit to meditations such
    • us. If at this moment we surrender ourselves to the images we
    • ourselves: we have attained one component of spiritual life,
    • about powers that operate within ourselves — about
    • what we ourselves can do through our own human nature; only
    • when we really say to ourselves: this imaginal knowledge cannot
    • perceive ourselves in this semblance-making and know
    • ourselves as a power living within it — only then
    • ourselves as spiritual beings outside the body, and yet feel
    • ourselves only in ourselves, with an inner
    • to the body, that impels us to develop in ourselves those
    • energies of our physical body. We see ourselves as we have been
    • concepts that we have introduced into ourselves. We do this by
    • descended to clothe ourselves, through conception, foetal
    • us first ask ourselves: What do we actually see when, in
    • ourselves; by direct observation we cannot look directly into
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    • gradually accustom ourselves to study historical
    • prepare themselves carefully for spiritual vision, but
    • anything except make of ourselves an organ to which the
    • for scientific research, and to which we now train ourselves by
    • overcoming pain and suffering within ourselves we do gain
    • and art together, we can then raise ourselves to religious
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    • immerse ourselves lovingly in shifting concepts that are more
    • experience of the concepts themselves.
    • rather that there is in the Oriental concepts themselves an
    • respect we ourselves belong in many ways to the West. Here, we
    • days, we ourselves take a look at this Oriental mode of
    • us be quite honest with ourselves and consider whether, at any
    • mental structures do establish themselves in the life of the
    • themselves simply a transformed reflection of the spiritual
    • true that we can now elevate ourselves to a life in the
    • to conform to mirror-images, which in themselves are powerless,
    • as mere semblance, to inner life by energizing ourselves and
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    • least, we cannot compromise ourselves by becoming involved in
    • throw themselves into the arms of mysticism, especially the
    • within themselves. I have already indicated that what is
    • ourselves as never before in ordinary consciousness. What
    • against the curious fact that, by making ourselves increasingly
    • ourselves by contemplating the outside world, turns out
    • this way we come to know man, and to say to ourselves: what the
    • of cosmic memories. We look into ourselves, not now with
    • first thing to do is to familiarize yourselves with the
    • ourselves we shall become aware of the flow of heat and cold in
    • ourselves and thereby perceive how vitalized thought
    • physical organism. Just as, when we sink shafts into ourselves
    • earth. At the same time, we are aware of ourselves as men,
    • the standpoint of the world-memory that appears in ourselves,
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    • have educated ourselves, in these three or four centuries, to
    • today in a way that present-day forces themselves require. Its
    • they acquire the talents we have ourselves, but also that they
    • geniuses ourselves, we must place no obstacle in the way of the
    • fundamentally, we ought to devote ourselves exclusively
    • and misery from recreating themselves.
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    • tending to transform themselves into a totality, a single
    • expressing themselves more or less by chance — and
    • they could transport themselves to a particular area of
    • from spiritual entities, manifest themselves in human nature
    • religious views themselves have taken on quite different forms,
    • forms that have detached themselves from economic life,
    • themselves evolved, however, was something that had
    • Religious impulses themselves, while remaining what they are,
    • gradually emancipated themselves from them.
    • kind seek to assert themselves.
    • deployed in space. And in adapting ourselves to any individual
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    • leaders at that time told themselves: I must attempt to cure
    • learning to integrate our own individual selves into the
    • selves of others, shall we win through to those new social
    • ourselves, we shall be able to follow that opposite way of
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    • present with work that turns them back upon themselves.
    • ourselves, however much we may deny it, speak, even in
    • for the audience to choose the subject themselves; before the
    • themselves determine. On this occasion, a working-man took out
    • themselves as the authentic leaders of the people.
    • exerted themselves to find intellectual methods which would
    • themselves, so to speak, precisely through a rapprochement
    • can apprehend within ourselves, to summon up something
    • them, you are turning yourselves into intellectualized
    • ourselves create a spiritual dimension in our philosophy of
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    • unless it is something towards which they are themselves
    • complicated economic conditions, have ranged themselves
    • themselves. We are born into particular economic institutions
    • develop their powers from within themselves, they must also be
    • beyond abstractions, however much they may fancy themselves as
    • such that the rising wages themselves would gradually create a
    • transformed broad areas of social life. Ask yourselves what is
    • eminent and high-minded men devoted themselves to the question:
    • they will so conduct themselves, in the economic,
    • people once again found themselves face to face with a
    • ourselves to revolutions. And in the economic field, fraternity
    • from economic conditions themselves, through the medium of the
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    • we have to surmount, do not disclose themselves through the revival
    • and represent something to themselves concerning it, they are of course
    • yourselves. But starting from this point there is something else you
    • learn to know ourselves when we learn to know the imaginations which
    • are revealed to us when we experience ourselves within the blood extending
    • in the inner enjoyment of ourselves — to get beyond the senses,
    • state, they did not entirely absent themselves from what lived physically
    • in a state of sleep, but from love — not for ourselves, but for
    • these ideas and concepts, it is in this way we prepare in ourselves those
    • who according to the principles of these societies, bring themselves
    • that the shadow-sides also make themselves felt there, and that what
    • qualities which not only show themselves in him as they do in the world,
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    • we have to surmount, do not disclose themselves through the revival
    • and represent something to themselves concerning it, they are of course
    • yourselves. But starting from this point there is something else you
    • learn to know ourselves when we learn to know the imaginations which
    • are revealed to us when we experience ourselves within the blood extending
    • in the inner enjoyment of ourselves — to get beyond the senses,
    • state, they did not entirely absent themselves from what lived physically
    • in a state of sleep, but from love — not for ourselves, but for
    • these ideas and concepts, it is in this way we prepare in ourselves those
    • who according to the principles of these societies, bring themselves
    • that the shadow-sides also make themselves felt there, and that what
    • qualities which not only show themselves in him as they do in the world,
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    • must surmount do not disclose themselves through a revival of old
    • impulses. When they will, and represent something to themselves
    • be able to make further discoveries for yourselves. However,
    • learn to know ourselves when we learn to know the Imaginations
    • which are revealed to us when we experience ourselves within the
    • the inner enjoyment of ourselves, to get beyond the senses, but
    • they did not entirely absent themselves from what lived physically
    • not for ourselves, but for that portion of mankind to which our
    • ideas and concepts, and in this way we prepare in ourselves those
    • societies, bring themselves to co-operate, not with true
    • the shadow-sides also make themselves felt, and that what
    • qualities which not only show themselves in him as they do in the
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    • must surmount do not disclose themselves through a revival of old
    • impulses. When they will, and represent something to themselves
    • be able to make further discoveries for yourselves. However,
    • learn to know ourselves when we learn to know the Imaginations
    • which are revealed to us when we experience ourselves within the
    • the inner enjoyment of ourselves, to get beyond the senses, but
    • they did not entirely absent themselves from what lived physically
    • not for ourselves, but for that portion of mankind to which our
    • ideas and concepts, and in this way we prepare in ourselves those
    • societies, bring themselves to co-operate, not with true
    • the shadow-sides also make themselves felt, and that what
    • qualities which not only show themselves in him as they do in the
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    • after us, in future times, will see greater than we ourselves
    • specially concerned themselves with this. I have often
    • we ourselves belong, that is most intensely connected with the
    • philosophy incorporate themselves into the life of man, that
    • preceded the evolution in which we ourselves are
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    • after us, in future times, will see greater than we ourselves
    • specially concerned themselves with this. I have often
    • we ourselves belong, that is most intensely connected with the
    • philosophy incorporate themselves into the life of man, that
    • preceded the evolution in which we ourselves are
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    • especially for people who have connected themselves and come to
    • themselves, for instance, at congresses. One just has to look
    • those who busy themselves would care to descend into practical
    • matter of gaining the right standpoint for ourselves regarding
    • these facts. And in this connection people let themselves miss
    • that. Let us study the conditions themselves, let us consider
    • by people. If we picture this to ourselves we must say:
    • themselves cut off from world evolution pursue as soul culture,
    • improvement of conditions depends on themselves, if they
    • sex, caste or color.”] and develop it in themselves as a social
    • us achieve in ourselves, as much as we can, what should happen.
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    • especially for people who have connected themselves and come to
    • themselves, for instance, at congresses. One just has to look
    • those who busy themselves would care to descend into practical
    • matter of gaining the right standpoint for ourselves regarding
    • these facts. And in this connection people let themselves miss
    • that. Let us study the conditions themselves, let us consider
    • by people. If we picture this to ourselves we must say:
    • themselves cut off from world evolution pursue as soul culture,
    • improvement of conditions depends on themselves, if they
    • sex, caste or color.”] and develop it in themselves as a social
    • us achieve in ourselves, as much as we can, what should happen.
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    • historical moment in our movement, when we set ourselves to
    • degree of vitality at which they can live themselves out in
    • ourselves anew and with the greatest solemnity to remain true
    • yearnings which do not understand themselves because they do
    • on the other hand, we had to keep ourselves unsullied by
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    • historical moment in our movement, when we set ourselves to
    • degree of vitality at which they can live themselves out in
    • ourselves anew and with the greatest solemnity to remain true
    • yearnings which do not understand themselves because they do
    • on the other hand, we had to keep ourselves unsullied by
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    • between Goethe and Schopenhauer. In Goethe they find themselves
    • in Goethe which they have themselves. Perhaps some of you
    • pictures and the monks found themselves in between. And therefore
    • We must put ourselves into Goethe's soul in this way and
    • propose to pay him in an odd way. They shake themselves and golden
    • latter still shaking themselves and throwing away what they
    • call themselves relations of the Snake in a vertical line. They ask
    • The Will-o'-the-Wisps let themselves be told this, but the
    • he enters upon life, they find confirmation by proving themselves
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    • imaginative fancy. The day before yesterday we set ourselves the task
    • organs and our capacity for knowledge and that we ourselves are, as
    • men, capable of development; that we can work on ourselves, and raise
    • history of civilization, and if we ask ourselves what they can know
    • same because what we instil into ourselves through our power of
    • think about such things and believe themselves to have an
    • ourselves only to intellectualism, we must regard man not merely in
    • are not yet so far as to be able to give themselves up purely to what
    • the things, the ideas of the things themselves say to him, as
    • gives us mastery over ourselves without liberating us, leads us into
    • still more important than the figures themselves. We see the
    • themselves up to things, or to stick to facts or to use concepts only
    • ideal creations not as something abstract in themselves, but as
    • inwardly luminous. He who approaches the things themselves with these
    • We find ourselves on earth as beings with souls. These or the
    • else in us. In us human beings if we take ourselves properly there is
    • the depths of the world, if we consider them as ends in themselves.
    • real knowledge. We bar ourselves off from the higher, true
    • knowledge unless we are also ready to sacrifice ourselves. Man will
    • only give the method of explanation. Bury yourselves in the story,
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    • ourselves much, and the task of the lectures to-day and to-morrow
    • themselves what Goethe expresses in the words: ‘The self in
    • themselves desired in them to speak with men to express the wisdom
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    • mountains, crystals form themselves out of their mother-substances
    • how powers worm themselves into our sense-world which we see out
    • material world are represented as if the hills themselves bring
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    • from what we ourselves are.
    • not give themselves up to abstractions as we do. To experience
    • themselves were within the movements. And in this expansion of
    • experienced; and not alone by memorials which they themselves
    • times the condition was to be sought outside themselves
    • lectures how the events of history begin to reveal themselves
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    • experiences manifested themselves in such dream-pictures.
    • ourselves. I believe there are people who sleep so in these
    • made themselves felt in quite another way. Let me put before
    • from the Gods. For how did external objects present themselves
    • we find how the young races who cannot of themselves develop
    • found themselves unable to experience death in the right way.
    • adapt themselves to it. They needed the infusion of another
    • could not adapt themselves to it. They look across to Asia.
    • the intense way it is felt by the Greeks themselves, over there
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    • means of which we can take ourselves back in time — was
    • Hierarchies are themselves spiritual substance that penetrates
    • thirteen years ago, as they manifest themselves directly to
    • that presented themselves in consequence of his capture of the
    • humanity. Both were able to put the question to themselves: How
    • the pupils of Ephesus, when they identified themselves with the
    • you cannot keep them apart, then they merge and lose themselves
    • in each other. If, on the other hand, they show themselves
    • themselves in quite a different way. And when we observe in
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    • themselves in the human being. For not until our own epoch does
    • themselves in these three successive periods.
    • yourselves have held for a long time; you know this quite well.
    • to say to themselves: There is for man no possibility of
    • pupils were by this means trained to content themselves,
    • they said to themselves: If Truth is not, well then we live
    • element we are ourselves formed and moulded out of speech,
    • Hibernian Mysteries themselves — he did not travel so far
    • must picture to ourselves what a man of such a time would
    • said to have concerned themselves very much with the
    • Mysteries, as these expressed themselves in the civilisation
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    • in the Mysteries the immediate presence of the Gods themselves,
    • feel that we ourselves have breathed out the carbonic acid, we
    • time of Gilgamesh were able to say to themselves that these
    • the plants from ourselves, we have put them forth from us in an
    • entering into this experience men felt themselves intimately
    • the feeling: We have ourselves brought the plants on to the
    • Oriental Mysteries the Gods themselves appeared among the
    • experiences, no longer the experiences themselves.
    • pictures; pictures of the Gods, and not the Gods themselves.
    • more reveal themselves in the Mysteries. All that related to
    • themselves.
    • willingly let themselves be seen in the Akashic pictures,
    • themselves together again in life in Ephesus, and there they
    • Picture to yourselves the part played by this personality. I
    • Picture this to yourselves; and then think what would have
    • with a culture and civilisation which the Persians themselves
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    • Picture to yourselves once more a man who has received some
    • abstractions. In Rome the very Gods themselves became
    • Aristotle and Alexander the Great placed themselves in direct
    • themselves with the other Aristotle, with a misstated,
    • movement — for the Gods themselves work in the bodily
    • so to-day we find ourselves in a period that marks a genuine
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    • certain metals show themselves in greater or less degree. For
    • of imaginations, and they make a picture to themselves of this
    • ego-organisation of man, then we may ask ourselves: With what
    • Similarly, whatever we take up into ourselves that is of a
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    • too in that which lives in our own inmost selves, — these
    • stones! They can exist on Earth by themselves, they are at home
    • we were able to say to ourselves in the depths of our own
    • Christ Jesus. In Him, identifying ourselves in all humility
    • a few who have pledged themselves, after the dissolution
    • ourselves one and all to bear onward in the Spirit on the
    • Goetheanum. But we shall only show ourselves worthy of having
    • renewal of our pain, but out of the very pain pledge ourselves
    • time feel how to-day, as we dedicate ourselves with solemn vow
    • Goetheanum. Let us now rise in token that we pledge ourselves
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    • ourselves then to be interrupted in our continuation of the
    • which we will dedicate ourselves in selfless cultivation of the
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    • great questions of existence present themselves when a man
    • us picture to ourselves what exists in our ordinary memory. Of
    • ourselves again and again with our whole soul-life to this thought,
    • we first submitted ourselves, but are entirely different. And
    • Ordinarily, we ourselves as human beings interrupt the quiet of
    • established in ourselves this quiet that is deeper than
    • it because we have built it for ourselves for a certain reason.
    • we have woven for ourselves out of earlier earth-lives, out of
    • must first produce geometry within ourselves, and by means of
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    • great questions of existence present themselves when a man
    • us picture to ourselves what exists in our ordinary memory. Of
    • ourselves again and again with our whole soul-life to this thought,
    • we first submitted ourselves, but are entirely different. And
    • Ordinarily, we ourselves as human beings interrupt the quiet of
    • established in ourselves this quiet that is deeper than
    • it because we have built it for ourselves for a certain reason.
    • we have woven for ourselves out of earlier earth-lives, out of
    • must first produce geometry within ourselves, and by means of
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    • would never feel ourselves to be individuals. Therefore, just
    • psychic nature, we can feel ourselves to be free persons.
    • into us, we can feel ourselves as members of the whole of humanity.
    • we really feel ourselves as men.
    • Intuition, therefore we feel ourselves as earthly human beings
    • ourselves as members of the entire earthly humanity. Of course, we
    • We cannot say that we behold ourselves as
    • through the free life of thought we feel ourselves as individual
    • ourselves as individuals. We feel ourselves as personalities
    • You would at once cease to feel yourselves as personal beings if
    • thought, gives us the certainty of feeling ourselves as personalities.
    • apathetic, we feel ourselves far less strongly and intensely as
    • They permeate themselves with our spirit and soul. Normally this
    • ourselves above the deception which belongs to the working of our
    • epoch of time. We are, us it were, compelled to identify ourselves
    • to identify ourselves with them, — to give ourselves over to
    • the deception that we are these, that it is we ourselves who thus
    • go in a fleshly way through space. But they are not ourselves. That
    • ourselves, is no cleverer than to hold your hand before a mirror
    • give themselves over to a deception of consciousness which
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    • would never feel ourselves to be individuals. Therefore, just
    • psychic nature, we can feel ourselves to be free persons.
    • into us, we can feel ourselves as members of the whole of humanity.
    • we really feel ourselves as men.
    • Intuition, therefore we feel ourselves as earthly human beings
    • ourselves as members of the entire earthly humanity. Of course, we
    • We cannot say that we behold ourselves as
    • through the free life of thought we feel ourselves as individual
    • ourselves as individuals. We feel ourselves as personalities
    • You would at once cease to feel yourselves as personal beings if
    • thought, gives us the certainty of feeling ourselves as personalities.
    • apathetic, we feel ourselves far less strongly and intensely as
    • They permeate themselves with our spirit and soul. Normally this
    • ourselves above the deception which belongs to the working of our
    • epoch of time. We are, us it were, compelled to identify ourselves
    • to identify ourselves with them, — to give ourselves over to
    • the deception that we are these, that it is we ourselves who thus
    • go in a fleshly way through space. But they are not ourselves. That
    • ourselves, is no cleverer than to hold your hand before a mirror
    • give themselves over to a deception of consciousness which
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    • should make ourselves familiar with the ideas which
    • must accustom ourselves to have not merely a positive feeling
    • that If we bring ourselves into relation, let us say, with an
    • in ourselves.
    • the same when we put ourselves in relation with a flower or
    • really is, all we need do is to imagine ourselves in the
    • ourselves in this world, we can say, “OUT OF THE DIVINE
    • to keep them awake. If we ourselves sleep during the summer
    • death and a new birth by being able to kill ourselves
    • important that we should adapt ourselves to the possibility
    • the rising of the sun makes it necessary for the elves to
    • spiritual science must mean both familiarizing ourselves with
    • ourselves to consider the things of life from many aspects,
    • creating out of the truth of the things themselves
    • that we do, by living ourselves into the winter; when the
    • amidst the sleeping Earth-spirits we ourselves awake in
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    • should make ourselves familiar with the ideas which
    • must accustom ourselves to have not merely a positive feeling
    • that If we bring ourselves into relation, let us say, with an
    • in ourselves.
    • the same when we put ourselves in relation with a flower or
    • really is, all we need do is to imagine ourselves in the
    • ourselves in this world, we can say, “OUT OF THE DIVINE
    • to keep them awake. If we ourselves sleep during the summer
    • death and a new birth by being able to kill ourselves
    • important that we should adapt ourselves to the possibility
    • the rising of the sun makes it necessary for the elves to
    • spiritual science must mean both familiarizing ourselves with
    • ourselves to consider the things of life from many aspects,
    • creating out of the truth of the things themselves
    • that we do, by living ourselves into the winter; when the
    • amidst the sleeping Earth-spirits we ourselves awake in
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    • there are also men who occupy themselves with anatomy and
    • develop something impersonal in themselves, with reference to
    • yourselves that forces must be drawn together from out the
    • this to yourselves: Suppose you lie down after a more or less
    • undergoes a transformation the moment we make ourselves free;
    • ourselves from the physical instrument of the head. I
    • OURSELVES who unite or separate these thoughts.
    • always have the feeling; it is we ourselves who stand behind
    • ourselves to live with our heads in the higher Hierarchies.
    • We must say to ourselves: Our thinking ceases, and our head
    • inhabitants. These heavenly beings would insert themselves
    • than that the time is ripe for us to raise ourselves to the
    • worlds, but how these worlds have themselves worked within
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    • there are also men who occupy themselves with anatomy and
    • develop something impersonal in themselves, with reference to
    • yourselves that forces must be drawn together from out the
    • this to yourselves: Suppose you lie down after a more or less
    • undergoes a transformation the moment we make ourselves free;
    • ourselves from the physical instrument of the head. I
    • OURSELVES who unite or separate these thoughts.
    • always have the feeling; it is we ourselves who stand behind
    • ourselves to live with our heads in the higher Hierarchies.
    • We must say to ourselves: Our thinking ceases, and our head
    • inhabitants. These heavenly beings would insert themselves
    • than that the time is ripe for us to raise ourselves to the
    • worlds, but how these worlds have themselves worked within
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    • able to transpose ourselves with understanding into beings
    • being; and if, as anthroposophists, we set ourselves the task
    • and further, so that we interest ourselves more and more in
    • receive it into our selves. Just as it is true that warmth
    • themselves. How often do we find that two people have been
    • ourselves to the world. Through apathy the world loses us;
    • through intoxicating passion we lose ourselves to the world.
    • individual, we have withdrawn ourselves from the divine, and
    • themselves hidden in the background — so also in human
    • when we say: “All men must feel themselves to be
    • everywhere. People themselves observe that there is excess on
    • another and not wish to eat it. You may judge for yourselves
    • develop in ourselves what the Deity had in view for us.
    • especially man before us, we must open ourselves towards him,
    • Life-wisdom, that which originates in ourselves, we must feel
    • thinking of ourselves as being united with him in his work?
    • ourselves the results of what we have done, has yet to know
    • study. But you will find much more for yourselves by
    • the Mystery of Golgotha; and we also feel ourselves under the
    • preached, but we are lead to thoughts which themselves may be
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    • able to transpose ourselves with understanding into beings
    • being; and if, as anthroposophists, we set ourselves the task
    • and further, so that we interest ourselves more and more in
    • receive it into our selves. Just as it is true that warmth
    • themselves. How often do we find that two people have been
    • ourselves to the world. Through apathy the world loses us;
    • through intoxicating passion we lose ourselves to the world.
    • individual, we have withdrawn ourselves from the divine, and
    • themselves hidden in the background — so also in human
    • when we say: “All men must feel themselves to be
    • everywhere. People themselves observe that there is excess on
    • another and not wish to eat it. You may judge for yourselves
    • develop in ourselves what the Deity had in view for us.
    • especially man before us, we must open ourselves towards him,
    • Life-wisdom, that which originates in ourselves, we must feel
    • thinking of ourselves as being united with him in his work?
    • ourselves the results of what we have done, has yet to know
    • study. But you will find much more for yourselves by
    • the Mystery of Golgotha; and we also feel ourselves under the
    • preached, but we are lead to thoughts which themselves may be
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    • special subject matters which addressed themselves to a limited
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    • them to be able to say to themselves that this external life
    • themselves capable of understanding culture, art, and poetry.
    • in Weimar to be beside themselves with anger. The Duke had to
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    • in and what we are ourselves.
    • steep themselves in this Greek spiritual life — let us say, in
    • Wagner types believe they are able to transplant themselves
    • may read for yourselves how I have presented these matters, how
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    • that of each individual and ask ourselves: What conclusion can
    • when we permeate ourselves with the knowledge that what we call
    • imprint themselves upon the animal quite objectively, even
    • must, therefore, remind ourselves that, by reason of all that
    • spiritual world. In a certain sense, we submerge ourselves in
    • must first familiarize themselves with what is a beginning.
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    • times whereby the guiding personalities acquainted themselves
    • would find fault with themselves, in a way, for living in such
    • fortunate position of having detached themselves from the
    • Those who consider themselves especially clever in testing the
    • be inevitable that some people today who consider themselves
    • Just consider how these polarities thrust themselves upon you
    • pedagogical books that people express themselves on this
    • themselves gradually into what he produces. Thus, it will not
    • work on the things produced. But these things themselves will
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    • may be in themselves, has brought forward such a theory of life
    • this period. Certain things consolidate themselves in a way,
    • this since, by reason of our karma, we place ourselves in a
    • into which we have entered by placing ourselves in a certain
    • it about that we place ourselves again in a certain particular
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    • quite unsparing in testing ourselves and our self-knowledge,
    • the scientists: “You yourselves experienced these conditions —
    • ourselves with what this modern spirit has written. In general,
    • promotion. People who have proven themselves in this way must,
    • but rather look around ourselves. Let me express figuratively
    • still continue to call themselves “occult,” especially in
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    • life today because they force themselves upon us more and more.
    • prosperity. So did Mill and Herzen express themselves even in
    • desire to keep their esoteric knowledge to themselves, applying
    • the reactionaries called themselves the esotericists. They used
    • themselves. The life of Blavatsky fell into this period. There
    • female, discuss among themselves at afternoon teas (I am
    • only salvation for the Europeans is to apply themselves to what
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    • into such studies as this to educate ourselves regarding the
    • find that the people themselves register the facts quite
    • and offered themselves and nobody showed pity or indignation.
    • company, and so forth. This you can read yourselves. But there
    • different with the Greeks. When they surrendered themselves to
    • need to constantly defend and arm themselves. The work of man
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    • and so forth. Especially the people who believe themselves to
    • surrender ourselves to this inner illusion and to fantastic
    • even to illness and death. If you ask yourselves on the basis
    • themselves as they do today in the names of various angels or
    • us to express ourselves now in words as it was possible in
    • you yourselves must first understand the interpretation of this
    • Even those who call themselves the official representatives of
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    • Being signifies for the earth, we must first acquaint ourselves
    • cause the time spirits to reveal themselves. That is to say, as
    • people must cure themselves of the pride that permeates the
    • capacity. For this reason they were able to lift themselves up
    • above the human and elevate themselves to the superhuman. In
    • developed so they could unfold within themselves what extended
    • Roman Caesars had themselves worshipped as gods, how they
    • It is imperative, however, that we force ourselves to its
    • the archai, but they all express themselves in what the person
    • Let us look at ourselves and see how things have changed.
    • they themselves must attain its truth by their own power. They
    • themselves do not reveal too many new features. — But
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    • had particularly to concern themselves with shrouding the
    • various spheres by the learned. And these among themselves,
    • instruct other men, unable to avail themselves of the sources
    • sense perceptions — then ask yourselves: Where is
    • cupola, portraying themselves there, imagine that this
    • yourselves a figure like that, a figure that has originated
    • world. Picture to yourselves that we have not finished with
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    • must bestir ourselves to get a clearer understanding of man's
    • form of being. You can picture to yourselves the human
    • definitely separated. We have gradually to work ourselves
    • even though both may have emancipated themselves from each
    • themselves up to many illusions. They are given over to
    • truths.) The other people have not troubled themselves about
    • bourgeoisie who even concern themselves with aesthetics in an
    • curious way the bourgeoisie have found themselves between the
    • troubling themselves about things aesthetically. When the
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    • obtrude themselves upon those who really think, even though
    • a mirror we do not perceive ourselves but only our reflected
    • image. We could forget ourselves ... We see ourselves in
    • form, the Elohim. These cosmic thoughts make themselves
    • ourselves from a certain point of view another kind of
    • when seeing themselves. We must find the elements once more
    • phenomena which offer themselves to the perception of the
    • should be occupying themselves instead of with all the
    • themselves about basic questions they would find means and
    • the people themselves. You will find that here in Berlin
    • themselves, and when the thought must rise up in those
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    • simply cannot free themselves from it.
    • necessarily forced to kill themselves? Most certainly he
    • may say to themselves: ‘Now is the time when people are
    • practical measures that are taken will of themselves tend
    • themselves to look at the realities of life. To look at
    • people, who esteem themselves very practical; — they
    • is, that these people themselves are the unpractical ones and
    • ‘practical men’ interest themselves for what is
    • cease of themselves, through the influence of other
    • nevertheless of the opinion, that with themselves at
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    • Yet what can we only tell ourselves to-day? People still come
    • confidence; if they had said to themselves: ‘Here is at
    • you can do. We will admit that amongst ourselves, there are a
    • with this much understanding, planted themselves down across
    • that now we find ourselves in trouble. And you — I say
    • themselves actively into the thing, — not merely of
    • anthroposophical reading, — to devote themselves to
    • spontaneous initiative, and who do not plume themselves in
    • Unless we leave off pluming ourselves on anything we have
    • be practical without basing ourselves upon practical actions.
    • themselves free of the political State and everything
    • have thrown ourselves so completely into the propaganda for
    • meaning as a rule themselves only and their own intellectual
    • far as to have the courage to say to ourselves: ‘Yes,
    • themselves with the empty catchwords of the old parties; and
    • to a past one; and only project themselves on into the
    • made up their minds to label themselves with anything else
    • there was still a certain sense in people calling themselves
    • yet people still go on calling themselves by the names of
    • indifference. We no longer trouble ourselves to-day about
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    • contrary, we have to take ourselves in hand and say: Some ideas
    • development. We ourselves must take the soul in hand, and
    • the case if we wish to train our souls, to prepare ourselves
    • ourselves so that we know what is in it. And we have to
    • experience something in our souls that we ourselves have put
    • ourselves to it. In my writings I have called this
    • ourselves put together, but that such pictures, such
    • imaginations, themselves appear as objective entities in
    • only when we have prepared ourselves in the way I have
    • are not induced by ourselves, and do not take the place in the
    • ourselves: This whole world of pictures is only a preparation
    • Then, having experienced ourselves — and I say
    • “experienced ourselves” intentionally — we
    • transaudient, then doing away with them, just feeling ourselves
    • a remarkable way. By continuing to apply ourselves to
    • sleep. This making ourselves free of the physical body in
    • inspiration and intuition. This is how we immerse ourselves in
    • immerse ourselves in this material manifestation. Then in
    • we do not rest there but immerse ourselves in inspiration, we
    • themselves egoistically in what happens after death. But the
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    • experience within themselves, something that he could then
    • then we find ourselves restricted to studying the
    • of life that never manifest themselves in the soul in normal
    • what it is like yourselves. Think of all the various other
    • people strike their foreheads when cramming themselves with
    • scientific work — because we are ourselves deeply
    • leave it to them, knowing full well that by occupying ourselves
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    • ourselves inwardly in meditation entirely to a certain thought,
    • themselves vanish and he lives entirely within his
    • ourselves for a while to separating the activity of thinking
    • lose ourselves so that we actually reach the state of
    • if we had left ourselves behind. This losing ourselves, this no
    • longer feeling in possession of ourselves, is a shattering
    • are aware of ourselves as an ego, this self-consciousness is
    • to say “I” any more, of losing ourselves. We
    • losing ourselves when we approach the gate of death with our
    • thinking, to immerse ourselves in the experience of our
    • what finally remains, an inner feeling of ourselves, a
    • self-consciousness and the ability to know ourselves as
    • perceive it as an object outside ourselves, just as we normally
    • see physical objects outside ourselves.
    • with which to unite ourselves, and which we fashion in joining
    • ourselves to what is produced by our father and mother. We take
    • new memory leads us to a perception of ourselves as spiritual
    • beings within the spiritual world. We experience ourselves as
    • since people compromise themselves today when dealing with
    • enters our consciousness so that the latter, which we ourselves
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    • thought, which rely upon themselves alone. Here it sees one
    • must be able to say to ourselves: In early childhood we
    • orientate ourselves in the world. But through education and
    • we must be able to say to ourselves: Within our souls may sleep
    • themselves. But when the power of thought on one side and the
    • ourselves in a way from outside, that this developing thought
    • detach themselves from the physical body and, after the human
    • related us to other human beings, and we find ourselves in
    • quite a number of physicians have felt themselves called to
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    • ourselves an answer derived from preconceived opinions, or from
    • the species themselves. A study of them only teaches us that
    • mystery of man. This they themselves have proved until now.
    • that we unite ourselves to the outer world with our will and
    • after waking up we are able to incorporate ourselves into the
    • ourselves in trying to remember an image. Images are recalled
    • by peaceful immersion in ourselves; It is not like the way our
    • immersion in ourselves and only after hours, weeks or even only
    • ourselves. What is it that perceives? It is what Goethe called
    • described. We now know that we have something in ourselves in
    • illusory existence, but we find ourselves in the midst of a
    • in dealing in certain experiences we allow ourselves some
    • by accustoming ourselves to allowing a mental image to be
    • If we learn to immerse ourselves in the life of our mental
    • taken from different points. We learn now to immerse ourselves
    • with great care and immerse ourselves in their manifoldness.
    • awaken a real, higher man in ourselves that is not just an
    • work. Oskar Schmidt and Ernst Haeckel themselves were full of
    • ourselves. — In fact, Ernst Haeckel even said: I myself
    • processes in ourselves and are able to feel ourselves as
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    • factory we have first to acquaint ourselves with theories about
    • themselves for any particular occupation people would not learn
    • he is found; we have to acquaint ourselves with the
    • will rise by themselves to a higher level. We cannot deny that
    • themselves are brought about by man. Or who has arranged it
    • acquiring something we no longer have ourselves in
    • awaken even a feeling in themselves that one can speak about
    • practice, our concern is with people who extricate themselves
    • from those who set themselves up to be bringers of happiness to
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    • everybody to remember that we ourselves are the most severe
    • brought about either by ourselves or by others, Eurhythmy
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    • brought about either by ourselves or by others, Eurhythmy
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    • themselves from their territories. That is true. they
    • consciously have emancipated themselves from their
    • of their children; but then they like to fog themselves a
    • people pursue for themselves to-day, because of a
    • set ourselves in these lectures.
    • merely remind ourselves of a certain phenomenon, in order to
    • themselves to-day to one who is really prepared to be
    • themselves off in their national chauvinism, and if you try
    • to-day, movements which call themselves Theosophical which
    • themselves in a terrible way, in the course of the 19th
    • often for long periods, they only show themselves outwardly
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    • can, as it were, develop in ourselves the instinct, the
    • certain Beings that veil themselves in sensible
    • Luciferic beings as such, present themselves as they do
    • because they now reveal themselves as they should have
    • themselves, as they now reveal themselves, until a later
    • sharing that evolution. So when they reveal themselves
    • they harden themselves in present existence, and show
    • themselves now in that form which they should rightly attain
    • that whenever we give ourselves to the sense world, then,
    • through our vision of the heavens, and make ourselves more
    • death, we have a special inclination to give ourselves up to
    • as a desire, which has remained, to give ourselves utterly up
    • we prepare in ourselves through too close a relationship with
    • human beings who give themselves up so willingly to a
    • will, as it were, not be able sufficiently to draw themselves
    • themselves with the Earth, and this brings it about that the
    • hand the Ahrimanic beings have also united themselves with
    • themselves between birth and death, and permeate our organism
    • the other hand, to absorb themselves in dry, barren
    • illusion, they only reveal themselves, as it were shining
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    • convince themselves that this spiritual deepening, at least
    • something that for once has to be said. People who themselves
    • observation, not allowing ourselves to be held back by any
    • particular interest in concerning themselves with man. People
    • Archai had a living interest in occupying themselves with
    • tap a new source in themselves, an entirely new source.
    • start now on making something of themselves.
    • ourselves about the right thing being done to promote this
    • completeness. We must equip ourselves with this inner longing
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    • said that men who themselves are able to follow a thing
    • themselves be the product of the spirit of materialism. Above
    • ourselves out of it!
    • themselves the sole right to speak of the soul, and also of
    • a special interest in concerning themselves with man.
    • knowledge in themselves, a source that is entirely new. Of
    • about through beings other than themselves, they must begin
    • now to do something of themselves.
    • now stands, to the time when must bestir themselves into
    • and vitally. We must equip ourselves with an inner longing to
    • been that you should learn to feel in yourselves the
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    • The best way to make ourselves familiar
    • yourselves back to the consciousness of the Greeks, to the
    • experience. Make it clear to yourselves that there can be in
    • ourselves partly brought them about. Between these two
    • concrete inner experiences — then we see ourselves to be
    • inner experience. We can prove to ourselves that when we turn
    • same kind of things as they themselves used to do; they
    • who acquaint themselves in the morning with what they have to
    • men avoid making themselves fundamentally familiar with such
    • ourselves out toward that which has to be wrestled with, in
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    • what we must bring home to ourselves. In this Nature that is
    • which the Gods have separated off from themselves in the
    • steep themselves in one-sided truths of this kind and the
    • within the human being. Try to picture to ourselves
    • frightened — to that extent do they sever themselves from
    • the Spirit and soul and make themselves akin to the
    • inform themselves about the essentials of education there
    • we ourselves have been living through our earthly existence
    • lose ourselves in speculation as to what presumably lies
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    • from nature its open secret, by ourselves separating again
    • themselves impressionism, I believe we may perceive in all
    • elementary feeling, we shall find ourselves absolutely
    • to sink themselves deeply into nature.
    • outside ourselves — step out into the world. This
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    • mean by seership — even by those who believe themselves
    • themselves into curves and the like through their own
    • themselves as they actually are in themselves. Surfaces,
    • him the creative forces of speech themselves — creative
    • themselves into processes of life, thus generating fresh
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    • may ask themselves: Whatever more is there to be said about the being
    • ourselves are still living in an age when it is not as yet left entirely
    • ask ourselves: By what means are the forces contained in our present
    • possible? That is the question we must ask ourselves.
    • anything.’ And those who make this remark generally include themselves
    • are not, after all, depriving themselves of very much inner power; If
    • and over again. And now let us ask ourselves a question. we have heard
    • deprive ourselves of many of the forces that are necessary to the process
    • themselves of this materialism by associating their knowledge once again
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    • able to transpose ourselves with understanding into beings
    • being; and if, as anthroposophists, we set ourselves the task
    • and further, so that we interest ourselves more and more in
    • receive it into our selves. Just as it is true that warmth
    • themselves. How often do we find that two people have been
    • ourselves to the world. Through apathy the world loses us;
    • through intoxicating passion we lose ourselves to the world.
    • individual, we have withdrawn ourselves from the divine, and
    • themselves hidden in the background — so also in human
    • when we say: “All men must feel themselves to be
    • everywhere. People themselves observe that there is excess on
    • another and not wish to eat it. You may judge for yourselves
    • develop in ourselves what the Deity had in view for us.
    • especially man before us, we must open ourselves towards him,
    • Life-wisdom, that which originates in ourselves, we must feel
    • thinking of ourselves as being united with him in his work?
    • ourselves the results of what we have done, has yet to show
    • study. But you will find much more for yourselves by
    • the Mystery of Golgotha; and we also feel ourselves under the
    • preached, but we are lead to thoughts which themselves may be
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    • speak of this beginning we must make clear to ourselves that
    • beings and revealed themselves in such a way that the earth man
    • to fathom by themselves. In the beginning of earth existence
    • human beings were of themselves able to know but very
    • reveal themselves to a few pupils or teachers of mankind who
    • beings would have found themselves in a terrible plight in
    • the Apostles themselves in the oldest times, or the pupils of
    • men. The human beings themselves were the cause of not being
    • can imbue your own selves, provided ye are willing to gain the
    • in yourselves the understanding that the earth has acquired
    • comprehension, then will ye prepare in yourselves a special
    • wisdom is what the Gods themselves have acquired through the
    • permit ourselves to live in illusions about these things if we
    • knowledge by themselves. He imparted it to them. And during the
    • and death, because they themselves had not passed through birth
    • themselves with the earth after the body's destruction by fire
    • unable to unite themselves with Him. The Mystery of Golgotha is
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    • once. They incarnate repeatedly, but they obtain for themselves
    • themselves listened to the pupils of the Apostles. Great value
    • for themselves? The task of finding, on the basis of judgment
    • Jesus of Nazareth. These people had to set themselves the task
    • in this way: They said to themselves: It has been communicated
    • of Jesus of Nazareth, they set themselves the task of proving
    • Christ can be found in the ego. And because they themselves had
    • Christ into ourselves. We then find the whole process of our
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    • taken hold of; we are able to turn ourselves to the natural
    • Let us allow ourselves, once, to take up a
    • ourselves during our conscious life on earth with all the ideas
    • not allow ourselves to think that, if we can wake up out of the
    • us, and we feel ourselves standing next to the other being if
    • able to perceive ourselves out of the deep silence of the soul,
    • be able to really comprehend ourselves as entirely free of the
    • experience ourselves in the same elements where we will be with
    • say to themselves — without having to voice this —
    • more unconsciously they say to themselves: Well, that which has
    • perceptions. As soon as we look within ourselves with ordinary
    • that each one can be a spiritual researcher. The one who delves
    • This is that which people themselves have
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    • world views to themselves in quite different way than in former times.
    • before yourselves in that which the freethinkers and those have developed
    • Compare yourselves what in the present time philosophers have produced
    • Then you must say to yourselves that the new conceptions are commensurate,
    • book. Just the natural sciences want to go beyond themselves and to
    • them also that these natural sciences themselves must lead to a development
    • movement has taught us that, indeed, the old times expressed themselves
    • had to put to themselves! This question is really scientific.
    • in a new way. Transport yourselves just a moment into a dark world in
    • We perfect ourselves this way, as this has happened since primeval times;
    • to themselves that the new human being has become modest. He should
    • the capacity in themselves to behold this spiritual sun which lives
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    • on account of any dogma unless they have committed themselves to any
    • themselves externally to a dogma. They not need to commit themselves
    • who have occupied themselves with it to continue their study of theosophy.
    • then you say to yourselves and all people have said this up to the turn
    • body the three members of the soul really present themselves to the
    • cloud the desires, passions and impulses of the human soul express themselves.
    • themselves come to these views can tell of their experiences like an
    • you yourselves go to Africa. However, the methods are normally not taken
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    • by side into a temporal succession. If now we ask ourselves: by which
    • human realm. If you want to inform yourselves about the generic of the
    • have done many activities often and often these activities imprint themselves
    • in the account balance of life. They adapt themselves to life. Who can
    • matter is that forces make themselves noticeable in life which should
    • us from the sensuous world to the higher worlds who themselves behold
    • one calls firm self-confidence, the capability to rely always on themselves.
    • higher community who had found direction and goal in themselves, who
    • were able to trust themselves. The internal transformation was the
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    • who occupy themselves with the questions which deal with the name Darwin
    • who call themselves philosophers apply the concept of the soul to the
    • of development to the human beings themselves, we find that it is comprehensible
    • the world round ourselves in transparency up to the spirit. Today we
    • who understood the right thing; they said to themselves that they are
    • with the careful researchers who have found the right viewpoint by themselves.
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    • history have expressed themselves. We have seen some of the forms in
    • this way. They say: we do not concern ourselves with ethics and the
    • beings, then their morality and way of life progress by themselves.
    • we have to hold still and ask ourselves: what must happen in our spiritual-scientific
    • in his innermost life. We have an ill human being before ourselves,
    • how the plants, animals and human beings build themselves up out of
    • We only need to see it in ourselves, we only need to live it, and then
    • by the God in yourselves, if you listen to your soul. Do not be wrapped
    • unified life, to the divine life in yourselves. If the human being does
    • we know in ourselves as the principle of our life is the same principle
    • only with the difference that we know this principle in ourselves which
    • we ourselves must carry out however, in the external phenomena as something
    • make themselves noticeable in life which we have to understand really
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    • qualities to themselves. The soul is equipped with the lower qualities
    • to the physical body. All those emotions of our soul express themselves
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    • a saying is especially practised which the mystics said to themselves
    • and the pain of others, but he knows what desire and pain are in themselves.
    • regions themselves do not belong not in their substance, not in their
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    • occupied themselves with Nietzsche about 1889 knew that he had lighted
    • Those who occupied themselves with Nietzsche separated in two factions.
    • Greeks expressed themselves. This was a language that was music at the
    • race is embodied in forms which have birth and death in themselves.
    • we stuff ourselves with historical knowledge, we deaden that life which
    • we have in ourselves. We deaden what lives in eternal present in us.
    • for life in ourselves. If we look back and estimate what that means,
    • considering ourselves directly. Thereby we get closer to a new future.
    • of the things and beings, but did not realise that they re-embody themselves
    • do not open themselves to it: before every question is something in
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    • be able to put the questions to yourselves which are normally put as
    • yourselves to it and to feel that such an action, such a pain or such
    • devote yourselves in the sensuous reality to a prejudice, a superstition,
    • cannot free yourselves completely from the external impressions. Hence,
    • If you yourselves want to
    • each other like nebulous rings. They coil themselves into each other
    • and both spiral formations fitted into each other organise themselves.
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    • opponents of our so-called supernatural creation have formed to themselves
    • those who have generally concerned themselves with the investigation
    • but they were clear to themselves about the fact that from a being that
    • scholarship and science to yourselves if you get it clear in your mind.
    • its works. Someone who sinks and delves with feeling and sensation in
    • can there experience something in yourselves if you rise to the pure
    • the egoism of buddhi. Then we have in ourselves our everyday reason
    • take up the higher spirituality in themselves at first; they had to
    • higher principles in themselves. These are the physical ancestors of
    • by him. The human being and the animals adapted themselves to the relations
    • have to bring themselves to confine themselves to facts only. Up to
    • themselves were learnt thinkers who were physiological, historical
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    • talks we want to occupy ourselves with what Goethe called his apocalypse,
    • pay him with many gold pieces which they shook off from themselves.
    • have to find them. We must only take care not to permit ourselves something
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    • the walls, and then cast it off from themselves. The pug has eaten the
    • the gold; they do not respect it and cast it off from themselves. They
    • are rigid; the will-o'-the-wisps themselves are unproductive.
    • what the other soul forces have to acquire for themselves.
    • divine forces which experience themselves in the human being as human
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    • is created, however, these soon position themselves on the side of the
    • chains, and impenetrable shields. Now, however, they occupy themselves
    • warning. Now the swords and partisans put themselves over the water
    • they hurl themselves into the water, this foams, the bridge bursts on
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    • this has established itself in those days. If we want to express ourselves
    • themselves. In even earlier times the solar effect on the earth was
    • up the matter into themselves and forming it so that they became external
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    • initiatory schools, where teachers are who themselves have experienced
    • yourselves, that willpower which diverts the attention from the physical
    • and feeling. Happy, devoted feelings express themselves in bright colour
    • currents in this aura. Hatred, sensual emotions express themselves in
    • darker hues. Keen, logical thoughts express themselves in well-defined
    • in which they themselves have co-operated. For as far as the human being
    • If you transport yourselves
    • of this meditation? Attempt once to hold the thoughts before yourselves,
    • and ask yourselves whether you had them if you did not live by chance
    • if we dedicate ourselves to thoughts which have an eternal value. Actually,
    • the so-called eightfold path is given. Now ask yourselves once: why
    • Thus we ourselves cannot influence our relationships of nourishment,
    • we see, is only an image of an eternal being. We ourselves are only
    • which only you yourselves can give the concerning name. No one else
    • can say to you I, only you yourselves. To anyone you must say you and
    • We transport ourselves back
    • namely in images of that which they themselves had experienced in the
    • to many people. But those who themselves felt something of the higher
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    • however, always the grimaces push themselves to the fore, position themselves
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    • come from the masters themselves differ from the ideals in life and
    • currents assert themselves preparing the future. New ideals arise just
    • We want to occupy ourselves
    • impairments to themselves. If one built them, however, one should raise
    • so-called inner word where the things themselves say what they are.
    • As well as only the human beings themselves can say to us what they
    • of all if we put the question to ourselves: what task does the human
    • themselves with physics a principle is memorable: future prospects are
    • his actions. We do not need to perceive what is our action what we ourselves
    • formed. The senses have transformed themselves, and the astral state
    • feeling that we have any human being as an unsolved riddle before ourselves.
    • the present. Since you have occupied yourselves with the social ideals
    • You ask yourselves if you
    • place where he is needed, we fulfil the ideals in ourselves which theosophy
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    • ourselves that this changed in the last decades. The immediate interest
    • is great in them. If we ask ourselves why Schiller's great thoughts
    • speak vividly for themselves in nature. I see, Schiller says, the chrysalises
    • the thoughts of the mind associate themselves in nature with the thought
    • themselves show the spiritual. Spirit and sensuality have penetrated
    • there they do not need the external laws. They themselves are the expression
    • we are allowed to imbue ourselves with that which lived in him with
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    • that we as theosophists ask ourselves once: how must we position ourselves
    • are not only put into the world order, but we ourselves co-operate in
    • Now we must ask ourselves:
    • Now we ask ourselves whether
    • for educating themselves in such a way that they could recognise the
    • to orient ourselves, we want to say a few words about it to see then
    • by themselves that it is real.
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    • in our jurisprudence in the figure of our practical lawyers themselves.
    • prepare themselves for the big questions of life, because it should
    • we stuff ourselves with theories and we could derive all details from
    • existence that comprise the big questions of life by themselves, the
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    • is prepared by training, the doctors have immunised themselves against
    • snakebites, against snake venom, exposing themselves to snakebites.
    • ourselves in this world. The theosophically thinking person understands
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    • of view present themselves to him from every science. He sees the biggest
    • of his time. It is not so important what we develop from ourselves,
    • as what we implant in the world. Not what we perfect in ourselves, but
    • we take this point of view, we have taken up the great idealism in ourselves,
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • no point in devoting themselves to something which seems to
    • are making themselves felt, and against that, mere human
    • themselves into contentment and confidence in life. Thus, it
    • religious faith do not themselves have to rely on such an
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    • before pursuing our subject we remind ourselves of a maxim
    • within ourselves pictures of the outer world and be aware of
    • ourselves; for then what we thus build up is no longer merely
    • be an enclosed unit; its members married among themselves.
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    • love when we are willing to deprive ourselves, to sacrifice
    • ourselves to whatever extent for the sake of another. Like
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    • themselves passed through. When a person has become
    • from human beings, they can no longer clothe themselves in
    • its guidance, and we became conscious and aware of ourselves
    • themselves for the first time; previously they had seen only
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    • cannot permit themselves ignoble thoughts or feelings. Words
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    • illness and health; we must confine ourselves to the question
    • concerned themselves with the riddle of death — a
    • which means that when we are born we bring with ourselves the
    • esotericists themselves know that anthroposophy can be
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    • words the facts themselves existing behind the
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    • imprint themselves in the ether body and give rise to
    • remind ourselves that human beings go through a threefold
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    • ourselves placed in life, there we must seek it; then
    • spheres of life a healing force, not only for ourselves, but
    • to themselves; no remonstration convinced them otherwise.
    • pictures we ourselves produce are imprinted on the ether
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    • purpose of the eyes is not to perceive themselves. From the
    • task all the better the more they forget themselves and
    • ourselves that at death the human being leaves behind only
    • together of themselves, so do the physical forces need the
    • because of what they themselves are, can bring out the
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    • understand them to immerse themselves in things and directly
    • themselves and use it in their own being. They will form
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    • concerned ourselves with the Holy Grail in the previous
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    • beings find it difficult to transport themselves into such a
    • must ask ourselves how it came about that no one for
    • themselves they shall find the Kingdom of Heaven." No words
    • them and human beings are themselves spiritual. Furthermore,
    • spirit, for within themselves they shall find the Kingdom of
    • themselves: The initiate's outlook, his understanding of the
    • we must remind ourselves of a forgotten custom. Nowadays,
    • “I” is a name we must bestow an ourselves. The
    • themselves they shall find the Kingdom of Heaven.”
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    • ourselves: How are we connected with a world which is closed to
    • the Oriental, the thoughts ordered themselves, as if of their
    • instead we should picture to ourselves that the head is the
    • ourselves.
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    • us now transfer ourselves upon the Sun. There, the so-called
    • themselves as children of God.
    • grouped themselves around him, and the scene arose which was
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    • us prepare ourselves for this event, so that it may not find us
    • us prepare ourselves for this Cosmic New Year! By preparing
    • ourselves for the Christmas Festival, as explained during one
    • of my last lectures, we prepare ourselves in the right way for
    • within us as a sacred Christmas feeling, we prepare ourselves
    • we prepare ourselves if we try to perceive in the very midst of
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    • but they become dependent, they are not themselves any more, who remember
    • itself only through the fact that we can call ourselves completely grown
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    • ourselves and assimilating them, they will already be somewhat changed
    • plant — have as life in themselves, has to be driven out. Only
    • ourselves to looking at a God who is separate, but instead follow God
    • is connected with people receiving Light into themselves and contemplating
    • As long as we cannot do that, as long as we think only about ourselves,
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    • more, as it was taken up in the old light ages. We enjoy ourselves today
    • of the West — or taking the trouble to adjust ourselves to the
    • ourselves will have a reviving effect on the light. This means we must
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    • connect ourselves inwardly with the soul-stirring events of our
    • something that has happened and that perhaps we ourselves have
    • to happen as it did, and we ourselves could not have acted
    • people should not confine themselves to immediate sense
    • Some of you, however, may not yet have asked yourselves
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    • phenomena themselves, particularly historical ones, to
    • objectively eliminated themselves, so to speak. The man
    • sooner do we engross ourselves in Goethe's Faust than we
    • antipathy to meet the things themselves, so that they do not
    • ourselves be carried through the world by sympathy and
    • antipathy, we are letting ourselves be carried through
    • how we judge ourselves in the world. And this
    • “judging ourselves in the world” leads us a
    • questions we started with. We can form a judgment of ourselves
    • in the world only if we apply to ourselves a uniform method of
    • Lucifer and Ahriman. If we look at ourselves as human
    • the immediate present. If each one of us were to ask ourselves
    • a piece of insight into ourselves. Yet this insight would
    • duality in ourselves. Just think for a moment that when you
    • obliterating ourselves. We can no more get rid of our previous
    • resolutions and decisions than we can give ourselves another
    • themselves out of bed with the help of strong
    • Thus if we really look into ourselves, we will see that
    • ourselves. When we look at this latter kind of necessity, we
    • ourselves are daily, hourly, becoming what nature shows
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    • and told themselves, “Past mistakes must be avoided in
    • living way on themselves; they thought the only means to gain
    • actually were, and tell ourselves we made mistakes that
    • What is important is that we realize that we ourselves are
    • we might very easily deceive ourselves about the connection
    • find the cause this way, we are obviously laying ourselves open
    • and ourselves. But when we want to act, if we want to have a
    • direct connection between ourselves and our action, between
    • ourselves and the world, we must not put up the mirror. We must
    • look away from what mirrors ourselves. This is how it is with
    • no longer see ourselves and our past actions, but it is only
    • to looking at ourselves in a mirror. We can make progress
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    • successful, there the point is that we ourselves can
    • ourselves had been different. Here, it is a matter of bearing
    • facts but allows the facts themselves to work upon him will be
    • seventh month of embryonic growth, while we ourselves were born
    • would not eliminate themselves in the process of seeing. We
    • into the past we have to regard past events themselves as a
    • necessity. And if we look at ourselves and produce the past
    • understand this completely. We can ask ourselves the
    • ourselves that the time has come when everyone who realizes he
    • making ourselves more and more free with regard to life on the
    • By uniting ourselves with the spirit that streams through the
    • world. We cannot of course free ourselves from what is allotted
    • thus free ourselves through our knowledge of spiritual
    • cannot free ourselves from them. But each moment in which we
    • connect ourselves in our etheric body with the necessities of
    • soul. This is how we lift ourselves out of necessity in our
    • soul and make ourselves free concerning matters we are
    • “We must of necessity accommodate ourselves to the
    • moment we can tell ourselves we do not want to find the right
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    • astral body and the I. If we confine ourselves to what
    • will we actually become conscious of ourselves. But of
    • devoid of all its aura and see themselves inwardly with no
    • fact that they themselves put the colors into the world. Just
    • allow ourselves to be persuaded by the physicists or
    • efforts to strengthen themselves by means of the impulses
    • until we discover the will in it and come out of ourselves
    • we can emerge out of ourselves, we will have a chance not to
    • essential freedom out of an inner necessity which we ourselves
    • going to concern ourselves with what is supposed to
    • there today who do not know what to do with themselves, because
    • because they cannot find impulses within themselves to support
    • in the realm of dream-science. Those who wake themselves from
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    • certain reluctance to merge themselves into the cultural
    • concerned themselves with conceptions of the spiritual world.
    • ourselves, in those, that is, who speak with the dead. And
    • now picture to yourselves . . . you need only picture it with
    • sounds, and then find ourselves obliged to penetrate more and
    • because they themselves need to feel concretely when you use
    • ourselves, and are astonished at this experience, at
    • experiencing ourselves, we also cross the axis of sight in
    • evolution). Then we shall gradually free ourselves altogether
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    • movement, and for this it is necessary to make ourselves
    • have to tell themselves, more and more people will have to
    • tell themselves, that what really has to do with spiritual
    • consideration in it as a means of making themselves
    • merely as a means of making ourselves mutually understood is
    • hear the divine powers as they make themselves known through
    • ourselves in the economic life, what feelings we unfold in
    • for ourselves, depends upon the fundamental constitution of
    • ourselves understood and express things in language. So it is
    • attach themselves to a movement for spiritual knowledge who
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    • of facts they themselves often advance concerning it and form their
    • of mind, the mood of soul, of their contemporaries, and will ask themselves
    • selves instead of being aroused to some interest in the great questions
    • and if they can satisfy themselves that some particular thing does not
    • Spiritual Science, we deceive ourselves in a certain respect concerning
    • themselves about all kinds of scientific concepts that have become popular
    • to themselves: Abstract concepts! Perhaps those are nothing very important,
    • what he will not sir recognising the dilemma in which we find ourselves
    • is not themselves they hold to be mad but the clever people.
    • about, really to take to themselves, the world they have to meet —
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    • individualised among themselves and having a personal and superpersonal
    • existence in themselves—it is believed that there can be any question
    • that where men would deceive themselves these things should play a really
    • necessary attitude to take towards the things themselves.
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    • and we exert ourselves really to study these things just in their relation
    • human kingdom and animal kingdom—unveil themselves to him in such
    • and on the other hand the animal kingdom and human kingdom reveal themselves
    • it drops out. That we have a subject and feel ourselves bound up with
    • beings who, when observed by man, reveal only a certain side of themselves
    • because it may be said they cannot reveal themselves in any other way.
    • experiments and let the experiments say what they themselves should
    • be thinking. But men prefer not to do the thinking themselves. They
    • the past. Think for once how men, because they themselves no longer
    • do any reading they go in for just like that. Don't delude yourselves
    • to your individual selves, you would be able to progress to your own
    • know something about the truth, persuade themselves that what one thinks
    • our own conceptions; we must really prepare ourselves to receive the
    • those who bestir themselves to grasp the inner nerve of existence, where
    • the spiritual world, what they have developed in themselves—then
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    • which indeed in themselves naturally have their justification. It is
    • and astral body force ourselves—if I may express it thus—through
    • know of the world and of ourselves has not our real being in it, not
    • of pain to make things easier for themselves. Ay crying out you will
    • laws, in this devising of social and political laws, let themselves
    • Chinese themselves, (cf. The Karma of Vocation) have got to
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    • But next we have to look at the other side and say to ourselves: And
    • themselves the burden of that guilt, that greatest of all guilt, the
    • For it must not be forgotten, again and again we must remind ourselves,
    • in the pagan ritual, and represented Christ-Jesus to themselves more
    • first worked themselves up to the heights on which Plato had already
    • of spirit. In this way, too, we shall once again feel ourselves true
    • historical evolution. Then when we prepare ourselves by paganism, as
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    • connection with the Christ and feel themselves strong for their earthly
    • it is already necessary today to make clear to ourselves what actually
    • masses of our forefathers (which means of ourselves, for in our former
    • And even were Goethe one of those personalities who accustom themselves
    • to our soul when we fully surrender ourselves to the profoundest depths
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    • sensory desires and who can't lift themselves into an exchange
    • themselves in a distinct manner through the astral body. If
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    • themselves, at the presentation. Giving oneself over to this
    • that, we know that every moment we dive into ourselves, we are
    • ourselves with common sense and dive into the mystical and
    • spiritual part of our being. We seize hold of ourselves in our
    • relationship between themselves and the wider world. However,
    • allegorical? We, as single individuals, place ourselves in the
    • it sounds when we shift into our own depths, as Faust delves
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    • Yesterday we had an open lecture in which we occupied ourselves
    • theme to which we will apply ourselves today relates in a
    • ourselves. Here we discover all possible kinds of
    • this self-knowledge, which directs us from ourselves towards
    • crystallized in ourselves as a result, we will recognise a
    • from ourselves. As a result we acquire the capability to
    • recognise ourselves, as far as we are an “I,”
    • ask ourselves to which member of mankind we actually belong. We
    • will occupy ourselves with researching particularities of this
    • can we lift ourselves beyond all that which stems from the
    • that. Can we do something in order to orientate ourselves
    • There is one thing which helps us align ourselves ever more in
    • really orientate ourselves within the anthroposophic way:
    • bring them further by directing them away from themselves and
    • must so to say make an instrument of ourselves, if we want to
    • research the supersensible regions ourselves; however,
    • ourselves into an instrument.
    • and so on, will come to nothing much. Setting ourselves up as
    • themselves. Thus it is with the anthroposophic way of thinking,
    • karma, to live out of ourselves. It deals more with the fact
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    • the world have been built up, but none of these have, of themselves,
    • what the Old Helm wanted to make of themselves and that Christianity,
    • be able to find these architectural forms even coming of themselves
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    • notice how certain lines which wind themselves about this Mercury motifs
    • that VT identify ourselves with the real principle of evolution in nature
    • one traces evolution through Art we identify ourselves with what evolution
    • do not concern ourselves with all the rubbish about names, Saturn or
    • when we leave our false mysticism behind and really exert ourselves
    • - in its inner artistic mobility when as we enter it we allow ourselves
    • to set ourselves inside these forms and this Building is a living protest
    • let ourselves be lulled in dreams. This is the thing which I specially
    • actively identify ourselves with the living movement, with every single
    • moment when we enter it the forms will so work that the walls themselves
    • themselves up so that we have the feeling the walls do not enclose us,
    • and creative Art other harmonies now manifest themselves that have not
    • you now) are in themselves an evidence that the building does not stand
    • we shall feel ourselves into the shape and then we experience how this
    • very lies that people are spreading, themselves, they use as further
    • not blind ourselves to these things. But we must realise two things.
    • adjust ourselves to the position. It is not a question of convincing
    • ourselves with those who slander and lie and to endeavour to meet them
    • holding ourselves above cliques and personal feelings, and all these
    • we must be able to put ourselves into the big interests of the world.
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    • the elemental beings which develop their forms of themselves out from
    • that in which ourselves stand — in the 15th century, developing
    • forces themselves inherent in the colour-world. At the present time,
    • presented in this figure. Then we shall arrive ourselves, through the
    • with the social aspect we cannot and will not identify ourselves. Such
    • able to rouse themselves out of the impulses of Spiritual Science to
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    • Look at many of the societies calling themselves occult, or
    • give themselves an early origin, to talk as much as possible
    • themselves. They could no longer have this wisdom of old
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    • Walpurgis-night themselves show, deeply initiated into
    • night of April 30) rub themselves with a certain ointment
    • themselves lucky were methods of this kind to be divulged to
    • themselves together with a company witches also outside their
    • has feelers, but these feelers lengthen themselves into
    • affairs together while sipping their wine, find themselves by
    • asleep in the midst of amusing themselves. Goethe is not
    • we must accustom ourselves to recognise more in him than
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    • into any heart, any soul; for they all thought themselves
    • milieu in which we now find ourselves is changed by
    • by living in abstractions men have separated themselves from
    • for freedom — so themselves they flatter.” We feel
    • ourselves transported almost into the present, for now too we
    • really immerse ourselves in reality and learn to understand
    • may well ask ourselves whether suffering is to continue
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    • remind yourselves of how the moment Mephistopheles mentions
    • yourselves the coming into physical existence of the human
    • germ-cell before impregnation, and let us ask ourselves what
    • together yourselves out of any elementary book on physics.
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    • they receive into themselves. Thus in the widest sense we can
    • ask ourselves more precisely: “What is the meaning of
    • things themselves have to do with one another. The
    • of this kind. Certain economists who thought themselves
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • more make clear to ourselves, what was the nature of the
    • the bonds of blood. Human beings gave themselves up to it, in
    • themselves strong, mighty and powerful — they are the
    • the Gods Themselves. Helena, you know, is a daughter of Leda
    • will give themselves up to illusions. Illusions there always
    • Human beings will have to accustom themselves to one thing:
    • nations themselves we are not concerned in this connection)
    • with this, one says: “Let us above all attach ourselves
    • this how human beings involve themselves in illusions. For I
    • things as these we must indeed concern ourselves. It is not
    • have made ourselves ready to take our stand where the ray
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    • creative beings set themselves the task of so forming man
    • but have united themselves with it for a time. We can even
    • to be sure show themselves only in pictures, chaotically, and
    • we immerse ourselves in the world that, although also a
    • water-air. The Sirens feel themselves related to water only
    • waking, he makes ants appear and begin to busy themselves
    • ourselves in a struggle closely resembling the conflict that
    • themselves come into conflict, the same conflict of ideas as
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    • themselves to know a little more about waking. If they would
    • position consciously to transport ourselves into that world.
    • are so willing to give ourselves up to illusion. I might
    • Science on themselves bring progress. But we must be careful
    • consciousness of ourselves, at consciousness of the presence
    • meditate over every word! Thus men console themselves today
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    • make ourselves thoroughly acquainted with the character of
    • phenomena speak for themselves. In this way Goethe brought a
    • the right way, so that they express themselves according to
    • united when we have the faculp of devoting ourselves in
    • material phenomena speak for themselves — that is our
    • ophies but give ourselves up to spiritual perceptions. And it
    • unite themselves. They are then mirrored in one another. And
    • ahrimanic influences have made themselves felt in man and in
    • begin by building for ourselves empty theories, well prepared
    • neglect to do what should now be done, but confine ourselves
    • one meaning and ran on one track. Then we accustom ourselves
    • upon everything in the same manner; when we accustom ourselves
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    • ourselves back into the conceptions of the old Greeks, to
    • a mingling of lights is a unity and so deceive ourselves in
    • spinal vertebrae transforming themselves into the bones of
    • ourselves he knew everything. But No! Goethe becomes all the
    • themselves to our vision, allow us to feel them, but in
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    • degree, soul and spirit actually free themselves from their
    • concepts, and without arousing in ourselves an intimate
    • we ourselves learn to know the Imaginations which, in the
    • remind ourselves here that it was during the eighties of the
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • ourselves. Then, too, if we wish to make our lives fuller in
    • establish ourselves in life with our will that passes over
    • the will translated into deed, we again find ourselves up
    • intention themselves of making good. And then look at the
    • themselves and will continue to do so increasingly so long as
    • reach ourselves. In willing we do this, for willing actually
    • proceeds form ourselves; in willing we lose ourselves; but
    • enter inside ourselves.
    • Manto. What makes us lose ourselves in motives of will is
    • experience that, fundamentally, what makes us lose ourselves
    • allowing ourselves to sink down into a merely external
    • feel ourselves hemmed in by any boundary, but feel as if
    • spiritual world, we have prepared ourselves to understand
    • conception would be an experiencing ourselves in light, in
    • looking into ourselves, we hear with our external ears;
    • instead of feeling ourselves within our skin, we feel what is
    • between not being able to reach ourselves in Homunculus, and
    • picture this to ourselves, my dear friends; suppose someone
    • people did not enrich themselves with spiritual treasure but
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    • explore ourselves as physical beings. But in the same way it is
    • consciousness. If we cannot feel ourselves as belonging to a
    • spiritual world, as beings who take into themselves and bear
    • within themselves the forces and substances of the spiritual,
    • then we cannot accept ourselves as spiritual human beings at
    • everywhere even though people deceive themselves about this.
    • active, they express themselves — albeit not in theories,
    • said to themselves: that which we bear within us, we can only
    • ourselves, that looks like the picture of an outer object. We
    • That we must alter ourselves. Therefore we must be outside,
    • which former psychologists said to themselves is absolutely
    • outer life we give ourselves over to passive observations and
    • imposed on us by our inner being, but which we ourselves create
    • inwardly. And in this way we gradually educate ourselves to
    • not only that which we ourselves have experienced now stands
    • which have worked on our body. We see ourselves outwardly. But
    • themselves have passed through the gate of death. That which
    • ourselves which gives us certainty about life after death.
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    • Today we will occupy ourselves with an important document of
    • in Sinai. Let's remind ourselves about our contemplation of the
    • can ask ourselves in which spiritual regions these Rishis moved
    • to imagine him for themselves as a spiritual light Being.
    • ourselves, only there will you find the real image of the pure
    • Let's place ourselves once more in the Egyptian culture. Much
    • these powers; they placed themselves in service of the Good.
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    • if we ourselves can't feel such things? — It is an
    • we apply all imaginings which we relate to ourselves, to the
    • ourselves: what then was one of the most important events with
    • influences made themselves effective.
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    • nineteenth century, set themselves to confront the great riddle
    • What we have to do is to attune ourselves to the spirit, the
    • believe ourselves enabled to look within at the development of
    • derive the sensations expressing themselves in such words
    • faculties will make themselves apparent.”
    • free themselves from the state of materialistic suggestion in
    • which they live, and must make themselves acquainted with the
    • themselves to the soul's progress, the rest were not. Thus it
    • ancestral bodies themselves. It laboured at improving the
    • recognition of the highest principle within themselves.
    • ourselves.
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    • documents speak for themselves, they largely read into them the
    • said to themselves — and what I shall now describe was an
    • into ourselves.’ They were conscious of the fact that they
    • People who had this kind of inner experience felt themselves in
    • extended atmosphere. They would have felt themselves belonging
    • people whom I described above felt themselves intimately
    • connected with the earth. They did not feel themselves as
    • Europe were beginning to feel themselves, however
    • must somehow be able to transplant ourselves into the inner
    • must transplant ourselves into the hearts and minds of these
    • themselves, they would feel the objective and influential
    • the dead. Then they would say to themselves, ‘Is it quite right
    • things too, they felt themselves immersed in the all-pervading
    • so well satisfied with themselves, we have the unswerving
    • themselves that objectivity to which we can address ourselves,
    • is like a sacrilege, but we cannot help ourselves!
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    • Norway can count among its people, men who will range themselves on
    • yourselves have had many experiences in connection with the great
    • themselves. No, they will not. The hour of a great decision has
    • and fatalistic longings for things to right themselves are of no
    • is for men themselves to decide for or against spirituality. If
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    • same extent. Feelings link themselves with sense-perceptions. One
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    • proximity. We cannot let ourselves be guided entirely by general
    • way to the East, where they attached themselves to the mysterious
    • We need remind ourselves only of one fact — how the peoples of
    • countries themselves often emphasise the existence of outward
    • death, for they have contented themselves with the egotistical answer:
    • those human beings who do not prepare themselves selflessly for an
    • themselves Anthroposophists should realise that they are a tiny
    • ourselves — hate it because their love of comfort and ease
    • developing out of it. You too will have to accustom yourselves to
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    • transport ourselves in imagination toRammenau in Oberlausitz, a
    • present were talking amongst themselves about this, somebody
    • the ideas themselves, however excellent these may be.
    • ourselves in reciting and listening inwardly to those passages
    • this invitation, had to face in taking it on themselves to bring
    • glad to assure ourselves that if his (Fichte's) moral lectures
    • process of the world by standing in the stream of it, ourselves
    • in people to occupy themselves and a great deal of
    • fallen before all the Powers which ranged themselves against me.
    • ideals and must be modified by those who feel in themselves the
    • themselves together and smashed his windows. To Goethe, though
    • themselves able to apprehend the truth of existence through the
    • and for that they praise themselves and think all is well. For example,
    • stands out from his complete being, or whether we let ourselves be
    • compatriots the souls of men to surrender themselves, creative in
    • transforming into the words which are themselves deeds those
    • midst. It is rare indeed to find ourselves confronted with any
    • help ourselves, if we understand him aright, we must feel this
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    • If we don't give ourselves up to illusions but simply face the truth,
    • then perhaps we cannot help but admit to ourselves: All these
    • permeate ourselves with the Christmas mood, and wish to receive this
    • festival. Seeking souls have every reason to ask themselves:
    • good will can find themselves gathered together in the service of this
    • making themselves inwardly beautiful. And they really felt something
    • always recruiting the players from among the villagers themselves. I
    • souls immersed themselves in the required mood. The participants had
    • season the souls of village people would immerse themselves into an
    • the soul. Certainly we may like to immerse ourselves in what past
    • Night then we must say to ourselves: Such moods and feelings can awake
    • immersing ourselves into great teachings. And let us feel that thereby
    • nurtured throughout the entire year by immersing ourselves into the
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    • without making it clear to ourselves what the starting-point of the
    • set before us, because it is not enough just to give ourselves up to
    • this picture we may ask ourselves what is really taking place in
    • worlds. We must feel ourselves stimulated to this search when we
    • themselves as having an individual “I” as man does
    • nothing but themselves, each one an “I.” Yes, in all that
    • contradictions in life that the occult mysteries unveil themselves to
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    • will confine ourselves today to the first four discourses —
    • comprehensive being. We feel ourselves interwoven with the whole
    • earth. Then as men we no longer feel ourselves bound to a particular
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    • we feel ourselves in a certain relation to the outer world and the
    • different beings from what we imagine ourselves to be in everyday
    • dreams, so long do they make themselves important in it and block the
    • interest in all that concerns our particular selves in the external
    • realizes how in this connection people can give themselves up to the
    • free ourselves from them in quite another way if we really mean to
    • carry out these exercises. In fact, we do not free ourselves from
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    • back and put ourselves in the place of a person living at the time when the
    • today give ourselves with our whole soul to the study of natural
    • space. We can easily convince ourselves of this fact. When a ray of
    • when we perceive spiritual beings who manifest themselves in full
    • ourselves in preparation. Then when we stand before Lucifer he takes
    • In that higher realm these same forces manifest themselves as real
    • themselves a chance to understand. In their haste they change their
    • ourselves, just as in the outer world we come across a flower or
    • truths when we have discovered them in ourselves, in our own self.
    • we find those sublime truths objectively in ourselves, and
    • only then do we study them, in ourselves. We inwardly investigate
    • upon in ourselves, whether they are true or false. Truth and
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    • forces are at work in us that do not otherwise manifest themselves,
    • it is you yourselves who project it out into space?” The
    • times men had themselves set as the boundary of their senses a blue
    • twentieth century onward men might raise themselves to spiritual
    • forces they were making themselves fit to rise into a higher caste in
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    • ourselves that he is in the midst of the turmoil of battle where
    • may say to ourselves that here then on earth these souls have been
    • uplifted in the sense that souls individualized themselves and so
    • lifted themselves out of the common current, developing their
    • that lived within themselves; something bending down to each
    • themselves encountered the same Being who came down out of the Cosmic
    • then those souls who had the impulse to individualize themselves more
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    • knowledge, to acquire knowledge of themselves. Further, it is these
    • the form they take, are really rubbish. They are themselves a kind of
    • until the time of puberty. Since the forces that manifest themselves
    • ourselves one person who is related to the creative forces in man,
    • appeared beside ordinary people, who themselves were permeated by the
    • themselves and be active until the age of puberty when man ordinarily
    • when we make ourselves acquainted with occult facts that we have a
    • with all the faculties of our soul. Then we shall ourselves become
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    • then with understanding we must prepare ourselves for the very
    • what those spirits themselves would say. I am aware that I am going
    • people of the East, comparing themselves with them, and all the while
    • Shankaracharya and those before him while they themselves are not
    • ourselves into the living feelings of that time. Then we begin to
    • understand that the external expressions themselves, the outer forms
    • the way they were led, we must first free ourselves from many things
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    • ourselves with the feeling these ideas give we can apply them to
    • ourselves from all that is bound up with these three conditions, from
    • today they persuade themselves that they adhere to materialism on
    • akin to themselves, that it is related to them and therefore worthy
    • the “That,” the Cosmos, as being akin to themselves.
    • lonely souls. They neither feel themselves bound up with the
    • revolving wheel. Such men who live only in themselves and cannot
    • Devotion, giving ourselves up to things, does not help us to
    • Nevertheless, for our age we have to exert ourselves, to be alive and
    • yourselves as men, as self-conscious human beings.” Thus does
    • certain movements, when they arise, over-reach themselves
    • are to recognize not by themselves but on someone's authority.
    • themselves have to decide how far a spiritual movement can be carried
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    • themselves a complete experience, after Initiation they become merely
    • in themselves but a means of expressing what he wants to say in his
    • themselves; for the Initiate they become the means of expressing what
    • Picture this experience to yourselves, and you have the moment which
    • only with the qualities of things, not the things themselves. Of
    • Things present themselves not as if, for instance, I had my watch here
    • subjective world, but of spinning soul-substance out of ourselves, and
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    • spiritual worlds which then present themselves to him.
    • condemned themselves to this labour for the terrible spirits. As seer
    • ask ourselves: Whence come the forces which are responsible for these
    • condemned themselves to this servitude. If one tries to trace back the
    • themselves into servants of Ahriman for a certain time between death
    • ourselves by the Sun, as do the plants, we could not be assembled here
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    • they felt themselves to be outside their physical and etheric bodies
    • who have worked themselves through to the shores which have been
    • Holy Isis, but they felt themselves as “Sons of the Widow”.
    • Zarathustra and of Egypt. These things do not lend themselves to
    • With this lecture we have placed ourselves on one bank of the stream
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    • the Egyptian epoch. We transpose ourselves into this mood and find.
    • Let us try to transport ourselves as vividly as we can into the frame
    • the astral body which expressed themselves for the seer in pictures of
    • and Ahrimanic forces insinuate themselves precisely into that part of
    • themselves into intellectual life, particularly the intellectual life
    • of the modern Mysteries, we shall stand confronting ourselves.
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    • themselves in my memory, changed into French. The same thing, repeated
    • complete in themselves. It lays down the basis of a moral philosophy,
    • describes how the Rosicrucians strove to unite themselves with the
    • demonstrated by effects which reveal themselves in man. The
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture II: The Mission of Manicheism
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    • themselves in the third person.
    • themselves in order that the other may rise. In this sense we can
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    • plants, having adapted themselves to the subsequent epoch, swore
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture IV: Involution and Evolution
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    • must bring out of ourselves by dint of conscious will —
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture VI: Yoga In East and West (conclusion)
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    • (7) Meditation. We must be able to make ourselves blind and deaf to
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture VIII: The Christian Mystery
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    • marvelous discoveries which by themselves deserve to make his name
    • not from ourselves, and we may even exercise a shattering influence
    • In general, and above all in modern times, men identify themselves
    • ourselves and it is in the world around us that we begin to live
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    • presentiment of them. We will concern ourselves here with planetary
    • Earth. We live in it as beings born blind who guide themselves by
    • accustom ourselves to quite a different mode of vision. To begin with,
    • in the animal forms which hurl, themselves upon him. A feeling of
    • objective self. We must begin by seeing ourselves objectively. This
    • field in which his egoistic desires may disport themselves. He needs
    • All that we throw out of ourselves into the astral world at one time
    • This will make us realise how essential it is to nourish ourselves
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XI: The Devachanic World (Heaven)
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    • as possess, in themselves, a certain rhythm which can then be
    • rebirth, are themselves determined by the passage of the Sun through
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    • they were arising in ourselves; we behold them objectively, as a
    • — Akasha. Events on Earth impress themselves into this akashic
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    • as a whole, nor of the soul. We ourselves are in exactly the same
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XVI: Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Human Will
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    • oriented themselves in accordance with it and directed their flowers
    • manifest themselves in the vertical whereas the animal is found to be
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    • kindle fire in order that the Spirits may clothe themselves as in a
    • If men would steep themselves in these ideas, they would realise that
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XVIII: The Apocalypse
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    • peoples and the Slavs. We ourselves are living in this epoch. It is
    • into groups of themselves, according to the stream to which they
  • Title: First Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • ourselves what takes place when one sleeps. One's higher
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    • world. In this way we learn to relate ourselves rightly
    • know something can always say to themselves: probably there
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture I: The Being of Man
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    • But there is another way whereby we can convince ourselves of the existence
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    • of higher worlds if we cannot look into these worlds for ourselves?
    • The three worlds are wherever we ourselves are, only we do not yet see
    • do not at first understand this. It may happen that they see themselves
    • but then the flakes of colour merge together and attach themselves,
    • themselves through the colours. The astral world, then, is a world of
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture III: Life of the Soul in Kamaloka
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    • loosens its hold, and the astral body and Ego-body raise themselves
    • They denied themselves many things; they ennobled their desires and
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture V: Human Tasks in the Higher Worlds
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    • a picture of all this for yourselves, you will have some idea of the
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • stamp themselves on the child's inner life. Example, therefore, in thought
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • him. Think of yourselves as you were a few years ago before you knew
    • discover the fundamental one. These four temperaments express themselves
    • spiritual life, can later express themselves in physical life. There
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • in view, secret Orders which set themselves the highest conceivable
    • within one another, and they incorporated these forces into themselves.
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture IX: Evolution of the Earth
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    • have always expressed themselves with caution and have given only hints;
    • riddle of 777.” His wish was that people should learn for themselves
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • and animals needed in order to reproduce themselves. Each individual
    • They could establish themselves only in one part of human nature, so
    • not free. Because these beings anchored themselves in his blood, man
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • began to concern themselves more with what the senses could perceive
    • the fifth sub-race, to which we ourselves belong — go very much
    • something from within themselves; they discover divinely-ordained laws
    • need only remind ourselves that on the astral plane everything appears
    • the divine Spirit has many forms. If we thoroughly imbue ourselves with
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XII: Occult Develpment
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    • will gradually become able to gain knowledge for themselves. You should
    • then gradually develop such rhythms that they will correct themselves
    • to the joys and sorrows of the world only when we do not give ourselves
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    • to those who deliberately choose to devote themselves to a particular
    • derive from sense-impressions. We have to form them for ourselves
    • In that state the secrets of the higher worlds begin to reveal themselves.
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