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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • widespread cultural impulse that was derived from this Asiatic,
    • entry of this Luciferic impulse into human civilization.
    • inspired by the impulse coming from Luciferic forces. One must not say
    • among whom the impulse of this Mystery spread were still fully imbued
    • in their thinking and feeling with what had come from the impulse of
    • humanity an entirely different impulse, the impulse proceeding from
    • the Christ. We have often spoken of what this Christ Impulse signifies
    • within civilized humanity. The Christ-Impulse — I will only touch on
    • Impulse was received in the first centuries of our era.
    • As the Luciferic impulse began to fade more and more, men were also
    • increasingly unable to absorb the Christ Impulse in the right way.
    • The impulses entering humanity from a Luciferic source sank down
    • gradually into the soul. On the other hand, however, another impulse,
    • and on into future ages. The Ahrimanic impulse proceeds from a
    • Lucifer and Ahriman; the Christ Impulse helps present humanity to
    • permeated by the Luciferic impulse in their thought, feeling and
    • circles, from these members of confessions and sects who repulse the
    • impulses of the Christ, Lucifer and Ahriman in the urgent way that is
    • with the Christ Impulse, and how, on the other hand, the Gospel must
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • widespread cultural impulse that was derived from this Asiatic,
    • entry of this Luciferic impulse into human civilization.
    • inspired by the impulse coming from Luciferic forces. One must not say
    • among whom the impulse of this Mystery spread were still fully imbued
    • in their thinking and feeling with what had come from the impulse of
    • humanity an entirely different impulse, the impulse proceeding from
    • the Christ. We have often spoken of what this Christ Impulse signifies
    • within civilized humanity. The Christ-Impulse — I will only touch on
    • Impulse was received in the first centuries of our era.
    • As the Luciferic impulse began to fade more and more, men were also
    • increasingly unable to absorb the Christ Impulse in the right way.
    • The impulses entering humanity from a Luciferic source sank down
    • gradually into the soul. On the other hand, however, another impulse,
    • and on into future ages. The Ahrimanic impulse proceeds from a
    • Lucifer and Ahriman; the Christ Impulse helps present humanity to
    • permeated by the Luciferic impulse in their thought, feeling and
    • circles, from these members of confessions and sects who repulse the
    • impulses of the Christ, Lucifer and Ahriman in the urgent way that is
    • with the Christ Impulse, and how, on the other hand, the Gospel must
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • Geistimpulse, published by the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • Geistimpulse, published by the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • complete harmony with the impulses that brought about these changes in
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • complete harmony with the impulses that brought about these changes in
  • Title: Contents: The Bhagavad Gita and the Epistles of St. Paul
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    • III. The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the
    • Epistles of St. Paul. How the Christ Impulse surpasses the Krishna
    • Impulse. 31 Dec., 1912
  • 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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    • Then in the second thousand years we see the Christian impulse pouring
    • a way that the powerful Christ-impulse united itself with all that
    • organically with the Christ-impulse. Thus the second thousand years
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • LECTURE IIIThe union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse,the Teaching of Krishna.30 December, 1912
    • connection with the Christ-Impulse, when it takes into itself the
  • 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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    • LECTURE IVThe nature of the Bhagavad Gita and the significance of the Epistles of St. Paul.How the Christ Impulse surpasses the Krishna Impulse.31 December, 1912
    • were, the impulse which we describe as the Christ-Impulse. That which
    • there was already an approach to the Christ-Impulse — in the last
    • about to take place through the introduction of the Christ-Impulse
    • Golgotha, a man had to look for as the Christ-Impulse in himself,
    • which works in the soul as Christ-Impulse, as the spiritual sunlight,
    • the whole connection, symbolically. If we take this circle (Diagram 1) as representing the human soul, we may say that the spiritual light streams in from without from all sides into this human soul. Then comes the Mystery of Golgotha, after which the soul possesses the Christ-Impulse in itself and radiates Forth that which is contained in the Christ-Impulse (Diagram 2). Just as a drop which is illumined from all sides radiates and reflects this illumination, so does the soul appear before the Christ-Impulse. As a flame which is alight within and radiates forth its light, thus does the soul appear after the Mystery of Golgotha, if it has been able to receive the Christ-Impulse.
    • Mystery of Golgotha, is contained in the Christ-Impulse. Do we not
    • Christ-Impulse lives in man, as if hidden in his inmost being, like a
    • really prepared for the blazing up of the Christ-Impulse? How did this
    • that he himself trembled before the revelation of the Christ-Impulse.
    • the dark life, common to all, with that which is the Christ-Impulse,
    • it. Then comes the Christ-Impulse. That is, however, the greatest
    • the highest of all. The preponderating force of the Christ-Impulse as
    • compared with the Krishna-Impulse is expressed in the fact that in the
    • incarnated, that highest human impulse which we recognise as Krishna.
    • That other Impulse, which must stand by our side when we have to
    • generations), that other Impulse must be one for which mankind as
    • such, is at first too small, an Impulse which cannot immediately dwell
    • Christ-Impulse does not fill a whole life, but only the ripest period
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • what impulses had to flow into the evolution of mankind in order that
    • the Christ-Impulse. From the beginning the Christ-Impulse was intended
    • within each one, is the Christ-Impulse. The Christ-Impulse, again, is
    • been moved in the deepest part of their being by the Christ-Impulse.
    • same impulse, which has been given them by the Lord of Yoga. In
    • moved by the Christ-Impulse, are each, when disembodied and in the
    • connection with the Christ-Impulse-feeling in the first place that
    • importance of the Christ-Impulse, begin by belonging to this or that
    • shall be able to understand the Christ-Impulse in its whole
    • proclamation of the Christ-Impulse to the world.
    • and wishes to rise above matter. That which pulses through the
    • finds everywhere the impulse of the Christ-Being. Let us here
    • repeatedly in human evolution: sent forth by the impulses of the
    • Christ-Impulse, something entered into mankind which completely
    • is a newer side of the Christ-Impulse. It shows us at the same time
    • why the necessity arose for the Christ-Impulse as the higher soul to
    • envelope itself in the Krishna-Impulse.
    • understanding of the Christ-Impulse, in so far as this helps us to
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • activates the will, generates impulses of will. — How does the
    • Ego generate impulses of will? From a different point of view we have
    • spoken of how impulses of will are connected with the earthly sphere,
    • in contrast to the impulses of thought and ideation which are
    • does the Ego, which holds together the impulses of will, send these
    • impulses into the organism, into the whole being of man? This is
    • warmth-organism. An impulse of will proceeding from the Ego works upon
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • with these perceptions, and we have our will-impulses. But we
    • its own. Man receives the moral impulses into himself as impulses of
    • ideals, for moral impulses.
    • inwardly satisfied by having put such impulses into practice, by
    • with enthusiasm and become impulses for deeds, work as world-creative
    • all those impulses that come to us, for example when we contemplate the
    • — I mean the impulses that come to us when the knowledge yielded
    • asking himself: How can my moral impulses take effect in a world in
    • vision; we do not perceive how human moral impulses in man ray out
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • accompanied by impulses of feeling, and we shall see that feeling
    • progressively strengthening the impulse of will in our thinking we
    • definite impulse of will when we sneeze! When we speak, we are doing
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • the comprehension of the Christ impulse will be to make man finally
    • Christianity and the Christ impulse, but man has not yet gained a
    • clear understanding of what the Christ impulse has brought into the
    • Christ impulse must be seen as similar to the equilibrious state of a
    • explain exactly what man has not understood about the Christ impulse
    • share to bring about a full comprehension of how the Christ impulse
    • extent to which people in those days understood the Christ impulse
    • Let us say this, that the degree of knowledge of the Christ impulse
    • the fact that the Christ impulse was present and that through his
    • understand what the Christ impulse is.
    • happen? It happened because the Christ impulse has worked itself into
    • evolution of the Western spirit how the Christ impulse seeks out in
    • the Christ impulse can assert itself within the Western spiritual
    • but becomes saturated with the Christ impulse as if by way of natural
    • longer possible for the Christ impulse to penetrate the souls of men
    • took place when the Christ impulse worked itself into the soul of the
    • map of Europe so magnificently, but rather the Christ impulse working
    • twelve or thirteen special days when the Christ impulse could have
    • were especially suited to receive the Christ impulse during these last
    • initiation. Strengthened by and saturated with the Christ impulse,
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • the comprehension of the Christ impulse will be to make man finally
    • Christianity and the Christ impulse, but man has not yet gained a
    • clear understanding of what the Christ impulse has brought into the
    • Christ impulse must be seen as similar to the equilibrious state of a
    • explain exactly what man has not understood about the Christ impulse
    • share to bring about a full comprehension of how the Christ impulse
    • extent to which people in those days understood the Christ impulse
    • Let us say this, that the degree of knowledge of the Christ impulse
    • the fact that the Christ impulse was present and that through his
    • understand what the Christ impulse is.
    • happen? It happened because the Christ impulse has worked itself into
    • evolution of the Western spirit how the Christ impulse seeks out in
    • the Christ impulse can assert itself within the Western spiritual
    • but becomes saturated with the Christ impulse as if by way of natural
    • longer possible for the Christ impulse to penetrate the souls of men
    • took place when the Christ impulse worked itself into the soul of the
    • map of Europe so magnificently, but rather the Christ impulse working
    • twelve or thirteen special days when the Christ impulse could have
    • were especially suited to receive the Christ impulse during these last
    • initiation. Strengthened by and saturated with the Christ impulse,
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  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • develops, will be a very important impulse in anthroposophical life
    • striving to carry the impulse of Anthroposophy, to begin with, into
    • impulse was there brought into the occult life.
    • being capable of receiving intellectual, aesthetic and moral impulses.
    • The Christ Impulse through the Course of History. Lugano,
    • Inner Impulses in the Evolution of Mankind,
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • it shrank to a tiny size. One day the wife had a strange impulse to
    • descent of the Christ-Impulse into humanity. But side by side with
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • no idea. What is needed is an invigoration of the impulse which has
    • alone. External science must receive an impulse deriving from
    • constitute a new impulse which calls for the steeling of courage in
    • the souls of men, an impulse which leads to something absolutely new
    • The need for a new impulse is everywhere apparent — even to those
    • realise that it is not a question of looking for a really new impulse
    • impulses leading to progress in the world can only flourish when they
    • This is the impulse that must be given by Spiritual Science. Men must
    • of the impulse which leads to the strengthening of those inner forces
    • of Nature, in the Deeds of the Exusiai, but out of an inner impulse he
    • Such is the impulse that must enter into men. Then, in the
    • The great Easter-Impulse given to humanity consisted in this: There
    • this impulse he will recognise conformity to law in all the facts of
    • understanding of where the might of the Christ-Impulse lies, and of
    • the heights to which the Christ-Impulse can raise them.
    • that this Impulse was vouchsafed to mankind. Much of what has been said
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • same epoch comes the impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha — and
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • that its impulse is only beginning and that the spiritual heights
    • again, but in a new form and through a new impulse. In olden times,
    • Raphael both heralded and established a new impulse in Christianity
    • Spiritual Science teaches concerning the Christ-Impulse. What a light
    • Christ-Impulse into the evolution of humanity, and then turn to
    • nothing of the power and impulse he bears through the ages. But
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • WONDER, COMPASSION AND CONSCIENCE. THE CHRIST IMPULSE
    • according to his impulses or needs he will pursue what is pleasing and
    • beyond the sphere of his impulses, his likes and dislikes.
    • impulses working in Achilles, a being who stands there like a last
    • they give vent to all kinds of impulses which are certainly of the
    • physical body. In the Gods they are spiritual impulses. But among the
    • seven centuries before the inpouring of the Christ-Impulse into
    • during its course, the dawn of impulses which — in reality only from
    • turn to the greatest of all Impulses — the Christ-Impulse which
    • outer circumstances indicate that this Impulse is given at the very
    • how the Christ-Impulse made its way into the evolution of humanity.
    • I want here to refer to one aspect of the Christ-Impulse. I have told
    • Earth. This Impulse streamed into the Earth at the time of which an
    • in the Jordan. It was an Impulse, therefore, untouched by the
    • If we conceive the Christ Impulse to be the down-pouring of that
    • Impulse might live within him. We are therefore able to understand
    • that for three years the Christ Impulse lived on the Earth in the
    • time, the Christ Impulse was not “incarnated” on the Earth
    • Christ, but only of an Impulse which was present once, during the time
    • of the Earth when its goal has been reached? The Christ Impulse was
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  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • THE last lecture dealt with the subject of how the Christ Impulse will
    • Impulse: Wonder into an Astral Body; feelings of love or Compassion
    • the Christ Impulse Itself — passed into the Earth through the
    • The Christ Impulse came, so to say, in the middle of the epoch
    • coming of the Christ Impulse. As the last lecture indicated, it is not
    • Temple, to the Gothic Cathedral, that the impulse leading to the
    • the Christ Impulse lays hold of man, leaves its stamp and signature
    • an Impulse rests upon the basis of historical records. It does not
    • Impulse worked unconsciously in men.
    • the imprint of the Christ Impulse.
    • preparation, too, for the Impulse given by the Mystery of Golgotha in
    • the Fourth epoch — the Impulse for the re-ascent. This Impulse had its
    • physical world was already in its preparatory stage. The impulses
    • long, long ages. Thus the impulse to look out into the physical world
    • it were, of a Divine Impulse, compelling the human being to think for
    • physical world to which he was descending. Picturing this Impulse as a
    • beings will experience the Appearance of the Christ Impulse, will be
    • able to experience the Christ Impulse in the spiritual worlds. But
    • impulses after human beings have passed through death. Not until then
    • impelled to this or that action, why I have this impulse; something is
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  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • impulses of will run their course, in so far as you are
    • has feelings, experiences, impulses of will. This whole content of
    • In what sense may we speak of a strong moral impulse in the principles
    • would not connect his thoughts, experiences, feelings or impulses of
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • the necessary impulses of will made effective in the world. In order
    • bestir themselves to grasp what must be the fundamental impulse of our
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  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • and able to pour vitalising, creative impulses into the manifold
    • Impulse — had first to prepare and shape the vessel of human
    • In accordance with the demands of the modern age, a new impulse must
    • usurped its name — a new impulse, in the form of the revelation
    • Therewith, the impulse which he was to bring to
    • new impulse, to rescue the Theosophical Society, too, from lapsing
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 3
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    • understand something of what gave the impulse to a form that developed
    • proceeded the spiritual impulses of the various cultures. In order
    • impulse. The pupil himself did not have to think; through a sort of
    • the impulses and feelings that were contained in it. Whether the pupil
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    • influences, and from which come impulses to ensoul the voice.
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 9
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    • by piece our post-Atlantean cultures embodied their impulses in human
    • spiritual impulse had to appear on the physical plane, a mighty thrust
    • spiritual impulse occurred through the Christ at the lowest point. Now
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    • Christ impulse. Christ was the figure that appeared at the lowest
    • such a view will never be able to give a cultural impulse. These are
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 11
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    • Here we can begin to grasp what kind of an impulse we have received
    • been our fate had not the Christ-impulse entered into human evolution
    • to mankind. On Golgotha the impulse was given for this expulsion of
    • superfluous egoism had to vanish from the world, and the impulse for
    • was present among the living and among the dead, who gave an impulse
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 12
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    • The Christ Impulse as Conqueror of Matter.
    • Christ-impulse, that gave the stimulus to a new ascent. The entry of
    • the Christ-impulse into human evolution forms the other side of
    • level of the physical plane. This mightiest impulse had to be given,
    • this impulse which became so efficacious that matter could be overcome
    • impulse of all human evolution. Man had to separate himself from the
    • Christ-impulse. This was not the case in pre-Christian times; then a
    • mysteries of Christianity, the upward impulse, his works are saturated
    • practical life, they can give impulses for what he must create. People
    • impression, a feeling, that can properly take the form of an impulse
    • of will, an impulse to carry the science of the spirit into life and
    • awaited them. That first germ of the Christ-impulse on earth, confined
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Contents
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    • Lecture 12 .. The Christ impulse as conqueror of matter.
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • manifestation of impulses of will, and it is easy to imagine that if
    • ideation, and immediate expression is given to an impulse of will.
    • contemplation, thinking — and about the will and its impulses on
    • impulses. The will is very detached from daily life. Only consider how
    • present in his will-impulses at all. We may evolve better and better
    • and the impulses of will; and man is related in entirely opposite ways
    • expression to moral impulses, these impulses are the shadow-images of
    • (pleasure or displeasure), and the moral (revealed in impulses to good
    • Moral Impulses: Shadow-images of Beings of Higher Devachan (Sleeping)
    • principles, moral impulses, are working indirectly into the
    • the moral impulses he takes into himself through the life of thought
    • Spiritual Powers, then the impulses we receive are reflections from
    • moral impulses and feelings which are active within us and lead to the
    • intellectual activities, permeating them with moral impulses.
    • unfold true understanding of what is contained in the Christ Impulse.
    • that the most powerful Impulse in Earth evolution was about to descend
    • stimulated and energized by this teaching but for moral impulses to be
    • impulses. Man will transform the earth by feeling with ever-increasing
    • this moral impulse would come to the Earth from Vishva-Karman or, as
    • foresaw that this moral impulse, this moral atmosphere, would come to
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    • manifestation of impulses of will, and it is easy to imagine that if
    • ideation, and immediate expression is given to an impulse of will.
    • contemplation, thinking — and about the will and its impulses on
    • impulses. The will is very detached from daily life. Only consider how
    • present in his will-impulses at all. We may evolve better and better
    • and the impulses of will; and man is related in entirely opposite ways
    • expression to moral impulses, these impulses are the shadow-images of
    • (pleasure or displeasure), and the moral (revealed in impulses to good
    • Moral Impulses: Shadow-images of Beings of Higher Devachan (Sleeping)
    • principles, moral impulses, are working indirectly into the
    • the moral impulses he takes into himself through the life of thought
    • Spiritual Powers, then the impulses we receive are reflections from
    • moral impulses and feelings which are active within us and lead to the
    • intellectual activities, permeating them with moral impulses.
    • unfold true understanding of what is contained in the Christ Impulse.
    • that the most powerful Impulse in Earth evolution was about to descend
    • stimulated and energized by this teaching but for moral impulses to be
    • impulses. Man will transform the earth by feeling with ever-increasing
    • this moral impulse would come to the Earth from Vishva-Karman or, as
    • foresaw that this moral impulse, this moral atmosphere, would come to
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  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • of forces and impulses have been holding sway. From a certain point of
    • us, kindling certain impulses in knowledge and in will — true
    • impulses towards the future.
    • Universe certain impulses hold sway. Man belongs to the Universe;
    • own Spiritual Soul, he has the impulse to receive from the Universe,
    • impulse to strong actions.
    • something concrete. I recently said: An essential impulse in human
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • of forces and impulses have been holding sway. From a certain point of
    • us, kindling certain impulses in knowledge and in will — true
    • impulses towards the future.
    • Universe certain impulses hold sway. Man belongs to the Universe;
    • own Spiritual Soul, he has the impulse to receive from the Universe,
    • impulse to strong actions.
    • something concrete. I recently said: An essential impulse in human
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • Christ did for earthly evolution was included in the fundamental impulse
    • that impulse of will, while his thinking would have impelled him in quite
    • The Christ impulse will become for us the living bridge between earthly
    • spiritualized by the Christ impulse. Christ, as the great Sun Spirit,
    • scientific impulses that are striving to enter our present life. Then that
    • Christ impulse will penetrate humanity that all men can, indeed, accept,
    • such an understanding of the Christ impulse and of the Mystery of
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • Christ did for earthly evolution was included in the fundamental impulse
    • that impulse of will, while his thinking would have impelled him in quite
    • The Christ impulse will become for us the living bridge between earthly
    • spiritualized by the Christ impulse. Christ, as the great Sun Spirit,
    • scientific impulses that are striving to enter our present life. Then that
    • Christ impulse will penetrate humanity that all men can, indeed, accept,
    • such an understanding of the Christ impulse and of the Mystery of
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • causes the impulses, among other things, which the human being develops
    • previous lecture. If we are to draw near to any dead individual, the impulse
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • causes the impulses, among other things, which the human being develops
    • previous lecture. If we are to draw near to any dead individual, the impulse
  • Title: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • by the usual physiology, is active in the pulse; there it is still
    • pulse and breathing is properly coordinated, then the lower man is
    • present and is essentially balanced out by what occurs between pulse
  • Title: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • by the usual physiology, is active in the pulse; there it is still
    • pulse and breathing is properly coordinated, then the lower man is
    • present and is essentially balanced out by what occurs between pulse
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    • either. What I sought to show was that the Christ impulse, the
    • become severed from the direct impulses of humanity. An earlier
    • as it were, a new impulse is needed for its further development, an
    • impulse not lying within humanity itself. Even if we know nothing
    • the entrance of such an impulse. There, at a certain moment, the
    • completely new impulse entered the course of man's evolution, when its
    • This new impulse entered the earthly sphere through the death and
    • because it has absorbed the Christ impulse. Ever since the time when
    • depending upon whether or not he has experienced the Christ impulse
    • impulse. One who has passed through a certain soul development and
    • of the Christ impulse and of the Being of Christ. If we establish a
    • The Christ impulse thus appears to us as the spiritual essence given
    • kind of conviction. In regard to the Christ impulse I can only point
    • only because at a definite moment in history the Christ impulse
    • thirty-third years gave the impulse humanity needed for its
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    • either. What I sought to show was that the Christ impulse, the
    • become severed from the direct impulses of humanity. An earlier
    • as it were, a new impulse is needed for its further development, an
    • impulse not lying within humanity itself. Even if we know nothing
    • the entrance of such an impulse. There, at a certain moment, the
    • completely new impulse entered the course of man's evolution, when its
    • This new impulse entered the earthly sphere through the death and
    • because it has absorbed the Christ impulse. Ever since the time when
    • depending upon whether or not he has experienced the Christ impulse
    • impulse. One who has passed through a certain soul development and
    • of the Christ impulse and of the Being of Christ. If we establish a
    • The Christ impulse thus appears to us as the spiritual essence given
    • kind of conviction. In regard to the Christ impulse I can only point
    • only because at a definite moment in history the Christ impulse
    • thirty-third years gave the impulse humanity needed for its
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • pertains to the Moon. All physical and spiritual impulses that reach
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • pertains to the Moon. All physical and spiritual impulses that reach
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • strive to understand them in accordance with the impulses streaming through
    • complicated age needs another kind of soul impulse that will enable us to
    • impulses into man's evolution.
    • year with the divine impulse of the Christ.
    • disorderly way in which these impulses of thought, feeling and will arise,
    • that can never be abandoned. The Christ impulse, related to all human life
    • in spring. We also know that the spiritual impulse of the sun that flowed
    • be mindful of this impulse. Once, the historical event took place. It is
    • hope that never fails. The impulse that entered with the Mystery of
    • Hope, impulse of the heart,
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • strive to understand them in accordance with the impulses streaming through
    • complicated age needs another kind of soul impulse that will enable us to
    • impulses into man's evolution.
    • year with the divine impulse of the Christ.
    • disorderly way in which these impulses of thought, feeling and will arise,
    • that can never be abandoned. The Christ impulse, related to all human life
    • in spring. We also know that the spiritual impulse of the sun that flowed
    • be mindful of this impulse. Once, the historical event took place. It is
    • hope that never fails. The impulse that entered with the Mystery of
    • Hope, impulse of the heart,
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    • world-conception should know something about the impulses that govern
    • the evolution of the world — the impulses in which mankind lives. Very
    • and that is not Christian”, and so forth. But if the impulses
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    • world-conception should know something about the impulses that govern
    • the evolution of the world — the impulses in which mankind lives. Very
    • and that is not Christian”, and so forth. But if the impulses
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    • aware of the denial. There is a strong imitative impulse at work here in
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    • permeation by the Christ-Impulse. As in Christ Jesus we have a Man
    • permeated with the Christ-Impulse, so it may be said that three times
    • previously we have an Angel permeated with that Impulse. And as that
    • words and ideas containing something of the Christ-Impulse, will be of
    • unconscious impulse towards the upright position.
    • and realize how we must thank the Christ-Impulse for it. Then we have
    • improving his power of expression, that the Christ-Impulses rule
    • Christ-Impulse at that time because his power of thought had not been
    • prehistoric ages. It was the Christ-Impulse which enabled him to stand
    • brought to higher consciousness how the Christ-Impulse gradually
    • the Christ-Impulse.
    • united with the Christ-Impulse, that thinking as such might not come
    • Mystery of Golgotha, the fourth Christ-Event, the impulse which it
    • could only acquire as a result of the Christ-Impulse having poured
    • man was permeated with the Christ-Impulse. With the dawn of the
    • Just as the Christ-Impulse now streams into the thoughts of life, so
    • outside through the Christ-Impulse. When the child has learnt to walk,
    • Christ-Impulse, which entered through the Mystery of Golgotha, begins
    • in the Christ-Impulse. It is possible to introduce the Christ-Impulse
    • We have now to prepare for the introduction of the Christ-Impulse into
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    • permeation by the Christ-Impulse. As in Christ Jesus we have a Man
    • permeated with the Christ-Impulse, so it may be said that three times
    • previously we have an Angel permeated with that Impulse. And as that
    • words and ideas containing something of the Christ-Impulse, will be of
    • unconscious impulse towards the upright position.
    • and realize how we must thank the Christ-Impulse for it. Then we have
    • improving his power of expression, that the Christ-Impulses rule
    • Christ-Impulse at that time because his power of thought had not been
    • prehistoric ages. It was the Christ-Impulse which enabled him to stand
    • brought to higher consciousness how the Christ-Impulse gradually
    • the Christ-Impulse.
    • united with the Christ-Impulse, that thinking as such might not come
    • Mystery of Golgotha, the fourth Christ-Event, the impulse which it
    • could only acquire as a result of the Christ-Impulse having poured
    • man was permeated with the Christ-Impulse. With the dawn of the
    • Just as the Christ-Impulse now streams into the thoughts of life, so
    • outside through the Christ-Impulse. When the child has learnt to walk,
    • Christ-Impulse, which entered through the Mystery of Golgotha, begins
    • in the Christ-Impulse. It is possible to introduce the Christ-Impulse
    • We have now to prepare for the introduction of the Christ-Impulse into
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    • for the execution of the intentions, aspirations and impulses of
    • instrument for the impulses of our spiritual life? Will we lose our
    • of impulses found spread out in the animal kingdom, has induced
    • of meat. A man owes to a vegetarian diet the impulses that lift him
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    • for the execution of the intentions, aspirations and impulses of
    • instrument for the impulses of our spiritual life? Will we lose our
    • of impulses found spread out in the animal kingdom, has induced
    • of meat. A man owes to a vegetarian diet the impulses that lift him
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    • followers and representatives of the Christian impulse were not always so
    • feelings could enable us to find the impulses needed for the renewals that
    • ideas and impulses we have picked up here and there from all corners of the
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    • followers and representatives of the Christian impulse were not always so
    • feelings could enable us to find the impulses needed for the renewals that
    • ideas and impulses we have picked up here and there from all corners of the
  • Title: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • to let the Christ-impulse come to flower in him; he can let Christ's life
    • Christ-impulse are intimately bound up with the attainment of human
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    • to let the Christ-impulse come to flower in him; he can let Christ's life
    • Christ-impulse are intimately bound up with the attainment of human
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • man and releases will impulses. Indeed it ought to enter into many realms
    • of life, so that impulses of will are eventually brought into every sphere
    • human beings to develop really social impulses. And one of these social
    • impulses is knowledge. But as long as you go on educating people, for
    • social impulse. A way of thinking based on anything else is not adequate.
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    • man and releases will impulses. Indeed it ought to enter into many realms
    • of life, so that impulses of will are eventually brought into every sphere
    • human beings to develop really social impulses. And one of these social
    • impulses is knowledge. But as long as you go on educating people, for
    • social impulse. A way of thinking based on anything else is not adequate.
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    • Spiritual Science will easily perceive that the essential impulse in
    • naturally corresponds to certain impulses which are ultimately found
    • social impulses or to the social instincts, movements or forces
    • impulses, social drives; but we must keep in mind that they should not
    • impulses which seek to become reality. But in so doing we must
    • impulses of men be expressed by only one side. This is because the
    • social impulses are quite naturally opposed by anti-social impulses in
    • the human being. Precisely because one finds social impulses or drives
    • help forward the social impulse. It is an illusion to act in this way,
    • call social impulses, fundamentally speaking are only present in
    • consciousness as a social impulse. When you know this, you do not need
    • social impulse ought to develop. Yet it can only develop during sleep.
    • one another, in the interests of a social impulse between people. Of
    • tendency to establish social impulses consists in, and expresses
    • impulses must become, right on until the 30th century. For men to
    • anti-social impulses must be resisted, for they cannot be resisted.
    • One of the impulses which ensoul us in the sphere of our
    • education, namely: How can we consciously establish social impulses to
    • tremendously important that the impulse should awaken in us, not
    • being less haunted at 30 by the impulses of a 10 year old. Detachment
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    • Spiritual Science will easily perceive that the essential impulse in
    • naturally corresponds to certain impulses which are ultimately found
    • social impulses or to the social instincts, movements or forces
    • impulses, social drives; but we must keep in mind that they should not
    • impulses which seek to become reality. But in so doing we must
    • impulses of men be expressed by only one side. This is because the
    • social impulses are quite naturally opposed by anti-social impulses in
    • the human being. Precisely because one finds social impulses or drives
    • help forward the social impulse. It is an illusion to act in this way,
    • call social impulses, fundamentally speaking are only present in
    • consciousness as a social impulse. When you know this, you do not need
    • social impulse ought to develop. Yet it can only develop during sleep.
    • one another, in the interests of a social impulse between people. Of
    • tendency to establish social impulses consists in, and expresses
    • impulses must become, right on until the 30th century. For men to
    • anti-social impulses must be resisted, for they cannot be resisted.
    • One of the impulses which ensoul us in the sphere of our
    • education, namely: How can we consciously establish social impulses to
    • tremendously important that the impulse should awaken in us, not
    • being less haunted at 30 by the impulses of a 10 year old. Detachment
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  • Title: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • Impulses of the Past and of the Future in Social Occurrences.
    • Past and Future Impulses in Social Happenings, published in
    • German as Vergangenheits- und Zukunftsimpulse Im Sozialen
    • point to impulses deeply rooted in the life of the peoples of the
    • there awakened in Middle Europe an impulse leading to the growth of
    • not inwardly dead, if they are inwardly alive, the impulse of the
    • light of the spirit! This is an impulse which must take effect in our
    • truly, these factors are present in the whole moral trend and impulse
    • alien elements and impulses were at work.
    • historic impulse came into operation. For a period of time a certain
    • impulses that are astir in his subconsciousness. In order to
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    • Impulses of the Past and of the Future in Social Occurrences.
    • Past and Future Impulses in Social Happenings, published in
    • German as Vergangenheits- und Zukunftsimpulse Im Sozialen
    • point to impulses deeply rooted in the life of the peoples of the
    • there awakened in Middle Europe an impulse leading to the growth of
    • not inwardly dead, if they are inwardly alive, the impulse of the
    • light of the spirit! This is an impulse which must take effect in our
    • truly, these factors are present in the whole moral trend and impulse
    • alien elements and impulses were at work.
    • historic impulse came into operation. For a period of time a certain
    • impulses that are astir in his subconsciousness. In order to
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • being able to claim that any conscious impulses are racing effect. In
    • and images of them. We do not know how the will-impulse works in us
    • give us the right feeling for the impulses which spiritual science
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    • being able to claim that any conscious impulses are racing effect. In
    • and images of them. We do not know how the will-impulse works in us
    • give us the right feeling for the impulses which spiritual science
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    • impulses — that is, with ideas and impulses that are not associated with
    • allow the impulse to quicken in our soul to action, then the action we
    • give much thought to the matter, but is it not so that the impulse of
    • impulse of will. Then again we see ourselves acting; and then again we
    • consciousness what comes between. How a thought becomes an impulse for
    • same with what comes about through the activity of the will-impulse in
    • Such, then, is the kind of impulse that Anthroposophical Spiritual
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    • impulses — that is, with ideas and impulses that are not associated with
    • allow the impulse to quicken in our soul to action, then the action we
    • give much thought to the matter, but is it not so that the impulse of
    • impulse of will. Then again we see ourselves acting; and then again we
    • consciousness what comes between. How a thought becomes an impulse for
    • same with what comes about through the activity of the will-impulse in
    • Such, then, is the kind of impulse that Anthroposophical Spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Truth, Beauty, and Goodness
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    • When this true morality develops into momentous impulses of will which
    • all-pervading impulse in the soul, inasmuch as a man can then be moved
    • And the impulse exists within us not to cut ourselves off from spirit,
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    • When this true morality develops into momentous impulses of will which
    • all-pervading impulse in the soul, inasmuch as a man can then be moved
    • And the impulse exists within us not to cut ourselves off from spirit,
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • will-impulses into execution in the world is brought to human
    • knowledge of his surroundings, with developing impulses for his
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • will-impulses into execution in the world is brought to human
    • knowledge of his surroundings, with developing impulses for his
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • religious impulses of humanity. What stems from religion is a driving
    • religious impulses it works into the etheric body. In just the same
    • have translated from impulses into machines, into industry, into the
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • religious impulses of humanity. What stems from religion is a driving
    • religious impulses it works into the etheric body. In just the same
    • have translated from impulses into machines, into industry, into the
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • the form of moral impulses.
    • Christ-impulse contains a living force which enables him to overcome
    • A strong life is needed to reach the sphere where moral impulses flow
    • the freedom in man, through the impulses of pure thinking.
    • awakened into life in the form of moral impulses, and thus be led to
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    • the form of moral impulses.
    • Christ-impulse contains a living force which enables him to overcome
    • A strong life is needed to reach the sphere where moral impulses flow
    • the freedom in man, through the impulses of pure thinking.
    • awakened into life in the form of moral impulses, and thus be led to
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • how the deeply Christian impulse that lives in Raphael, as it were impelling
    • we saw how this impulse rose again in the poet Novalis. In the poet Novalis
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • how the deeply Christian impulse that lives in Raphael, as it were impelling
    • we saw how this impulse rose again in the poet Novalis. In the poet Novalis
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    • Earth as lower impulses is, from the other, the spiritual side, higher
    • lower impulses through direct intercourse with the dead. When we make
    • impulses which live themselves out in the system of blood and nerves,
    • and in this way lower impulses may be aroused. Naturally, there can
    • nevertheless. Our thoughts, our feelings, our impulses of will are
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    • Earth as lower impulses is, from the other, the spiritual side, higher
    • lower impulses through direct intercourse with the dead. When we make
    • impulses which live themselves out in the system of blood and nerves,
    • and in this way lower impulses may be aroused. Naturally, there can
    • nevertheless. Our thoughts, our feelings, our impulses of will are
  • 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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    • first gained consciousness of his ego. This was a mighty impulse in
  • 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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    • You have wishes and impulses of will, because you possess an astral
    • impulses, and when the ego drives these out all kinds of powers are
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture V: The sacrifice of the substance by the Thrones, Kyriotetes, Dynami's, and Exusiai. Jehovah and the Elohim, and their co-operative activity in the stages of human Development.
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    • warmth as pulses in your blood, you will have what was present on
  • 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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    • impulses. A time had been appointed when the ego in the normal way
    • outer impulse; he obeyed laws.
    • impulses for his actions. Without participation on his part the
    • wisdom and grace the most inward impulses of his being.
  • 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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    • when the Christ brought an essentially new Impulse into evolution. We
    • indicated the nature of this Impulse when we spoke about the long
    • preparing mankind, making him capable of receiving the Christ Impulse,
    • coming of Christ only the first impulse was given for the inwardly
    • to him the great impulse for the future.
    • instrumentality of Anthroposophy. When that mighty Impulse is
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • man to man. The Christ-Principle has given the impulse by which man
    • sun. Christ as Spiritual Sun has given the impulse by which the earth
    • the mighty Christ Impulse descended, and how the impulse was thereby
  • 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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    • kinds of perceptions have been taking place in us as well as impulses
    • specially striven for in the world must proceed from strong impulses;
  • 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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    • mighty impulse through the Christ, something of profound importance
    • the symbol is fully justified. The Christ-Impulse is the living force
    • what had been imparted as a mighty central impulse to the earth should
    • continues to work on him so that he may perceive the impulse by which
    • conquer the physical plane, but then on this plane the impulse by
    • which he could rise again had to be all the stronger; and this impulse
  • 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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    • Christ-Impulse.
    • stronger spiritual impulse had to enter human evolution. This was
    • described yesterday as the Christ-Impulse. For a time mankind had to
    • Another powerful impulse was, however, already making itself felt,
    • the saving of this, when the last impulse to purely mechanical thought
    • before this last impulse had been received, when the spiritually
    • belief. Then came the last impulse, which plunged human thought to the
    • over to Europe gave the final impulse to logical thinking — to
    • Christian impulse of power is found in Rosicrucian spiritual teaching.
    • feeling and our impulses of will and give us wings; for they show us
    • striving, a mighty longing towards a cultural impulse? The Egyptians
    • something living — into impulses of feeling and of certainty as
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    • says: Man as he lives here on earth has two fundamental impulses, the
    • impulse of reason and the impulse that comes from nature. Through a
    • natural necessity the impulse of reason works logically. One is
    • allow our inner impulses to work in shaping our mental images, as in
    • facts. But through them pulses an adumbration of something that can
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    • says: Man as he lives here on earth has two fundamental impulses, the
    • impulse of reason and the impulse that comes from nature. Through a
    • natural necessity the impulse of reason works logically. One is
    • allow our inner impulses to work in shaping our mental images, as in
    • facts. But through them pulses an adumbration of something that can
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    • Goetheanism as an Impulse for Transformation ...
    • eighteenth century, we can observe a significant impulse. It was the
    • impulse working in Schiller when he wrote his Letters on the
    • the impulse which lay behind Schiller's “Aesthetic Letters”
    • rational necessity, aesthetic impulse, sensual necessity. For him
    • of what our time instinctively intends, out of impulses that remain
    • following one's impulses, and yet following them freely, because the
  • Title: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • Goetheanism as an Impulse for Transformation ...
    • eighteenth century, we can observe a significant impulse. It was the
    • impulse working in Schiller when he wrote his Letters on the
    • the impulse which lay behind Schiller's “Aesthetic Letters”
    • rational necessity, aesthetic impulse, sensual necessity. For him
    • of what our time instinctively intends, out of impulses that remain
    • following one's impulses, and yet following them freely, because the
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    • The Michael Impulse and the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • impulse that works upon your life of soul from outside. I will not say
    • Impulse is not very noticeable in the concept-forming activity of our
    • Impulse. By way of our rhythmic system — that is, by way of our
    • Impulse. From the point of view of history as conceived today, it is
    • just as though the Christ Impulse had been simply struck out. It is
    • a Christian and had a true appreciation of the Christ Impulse from a
    • willing and doing with the Christ Impulse. Our modern astronomy and
    • the lines of abstract formulae solely because the Christ Impulse has
    • the need for a new impulse in the evolution of humanity. But it is
    • development of Man from sources outside himself. The impulses for the
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    • The Michael Impulse and the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • impulse that works upon your life of soul from outside. I will not say
    • Impulse is not very noticeable in the concept-forming activity of our
    • Impulse. By way of our rhythmic system — that is, by way of our
    • Impulse. From the point of view of history as conceived today, it is
    • just as though the Christ Impulse had been simply struck out. It is
    • a Christian and had a true appreciation of the Christ Impulse from a
    • willing and doing with the Christ Impulse. Our modern astronomy and
    • the lines of abstract formulae solely because the Christ Impulse has
    • the need for a new impulse in the evolution of humanity. But it is
    • development of Man from sources outside himself. The impulses for the
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    • saw salvation in the Mystery of Golgotha, inasmuch as the impulse
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    • saw salvation in the Mystery of Golgotha, inasmuch as the impulse
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    • another realm. In our first seven years we have an impulse of
    • 2 To find within oneself the source of moral impulses is of course, as Rudolf Steiner indicated from his
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    • another realm. In our first seven years we have an impulse of
    • 2 To find within oneself the source of moral impulses is of course, as Rudolf Steiner indicated from his
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    • modern civilization who, out of anti-social impulses, shout about
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    • modern civilization who, out of anti-social impulses, shout about
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    • could be done. It was necessary for a new impulse to be given, and the
    • already received a similar impulse once before. For it was a matter of
    • much of the Atlantean element. The two impulses had succeeded in
    • Leaders could use in order to give a further impulse. For this,
    • found where the greatest number of spiritual impulses had been given,
    • The original impulses from the Fifth Subrace of the Atlanteans —
    • spiritual life. The new impulse could proceed only from a personality
    • all earlier impulses and endow it with the Spirit of the whole Fifth
    • Root Race. This can be done by Christ alone, who is the actual impulse
    • involved in a process of continual degeneration. New impulses have
    • the Grail. These impulses assume different characters. Again it is
    • influence, the impulse of Dionysius the Areopagite.
    • A new impulse and a new possibility were created through the Initiate
    • gave them their important impulses during the earlier
    • other worlds the great impulses they had to give to the earth. The
    • them. Impulses are given to them but yet in such a way that it is out
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    • could be done. It was necessary for a new impulse to be given, and the
    • already received a similar impulse once before. For it was a matter of
    • much of the Atlantean element. The two impulses had succeeded in
    • Leaders could use in order to give a further impulse. For this,
    • found where the greatest number of spiritual impulses had been given,
    • The original impulses from the Fifth Subrace of the Atlanteans —
    • spiritual life. The new impulse could proceed only from a personality
    • all earlier impulses and endow it with the Spirit of the whole Fifth
    • Root Race. This can be done by Christ alone, who is the actual impulse
    • involved in a process of continual degeneration. New impulses have
    • the Grail. These impulses assume different characters. Again it is
    • influence, the impulse of Dionysius the Areopagite.
    • A new impulse and a new possibility were created through the Initiate
    • gave them their important impulses during the earlier
    • other worlds the great impulses they had to give to the earth. The
    • them. Impulses are given to them but yet in such a way that it is out
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    • Christianity and the Impulse of Michael)
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    • impulse which works outside us.
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    • impulse are hidden from me; I cannot see them, I am spurned and
    • humanity to-day is the impulse which comes from Mars existence. We can
    • following. A constant impulse arises from within the Sun to throw out
    • said how in earlier times it was the purely spiritual impulses in the
    • impulses contained in the iron thrown out from the Sun that
    • have special significance for human beings. And these impulses are
    • the Cosmos impulses which were not working with the same strength in
    • impulse of freedom would still be able to arise in our souls, but we
    • should not have bodies which could be used for putting this impulse
    • itself into a bearer of the impulse of freedom, is due to the fact
    • if we understand the Michael impulse aright, can learn how to place
    • the iron that we have within us into the service of the impulse of
    • impulse for the development of freedom. This is true in the Cosmos and
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • impulses can be found that will lead once again to an ascent.
    • pulse-beat of the Macrocosm, even the deeds of the Beings of the
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • impulses given by Initiates and Masters in different epochs for the
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • darker. An unknown impulse urges him to go farther; he has a
    • impulse — or something that approached the soul in the
    • place of an impulse — how this passed over into feelings
    • significance of the Christ Impulse for the earthly life. Once
    • Christ Impulse with the Earth since the Mystery of Golgotha has
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • darker. An unknown impulse urges him to go farther; he has a
    • impulse — or something that approached the soul in the
    • place of an impulse — how this passed over into feelings
    • significance of the Christ Impulse for the earthly life. Once
    • Christ Impulse with the Earth since the Mystery of Golgotha has
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    • world, in order to work on in that world as an ‘Impulse.’
    • Essence within an outer man — a new Impulse had broken in upon
    • humanity, an Impulse towards something that had not been there
    • places man within an evolution where an Impulse from out of the
    • evolution as impulses of the highest spirituality. Thus the problems
    • Christ Impulse, became, for the mediaeval mind, problems of Faith;
    • Impulse. But in the 19th century, wide circles (among which we must
    • entered history as a mere ‘idea,’ as an impulse created
    • reveal, because spiritual impulses, spiritual factors — in
    • of men were not the expression of impulses from beings who
    • I was able to show the place of the Christian Impulse in the historical
    • out from this event as an impulse for all later human development —
    • Impulse for the evolution of mankind. Only when as a result of all
    • into human evolution through the Christ Impulse. Then, moreover,
    • world history through the Christ Impulse. Man’s being consists
    • what Christianity, the Christ Impulse, brought into human evolution.
    • Divinity is the creative formative impulse.’ Now however he
    • the Ego — that is the essence of the Christ Impulse. And the
    • fact that it was possible for the Christ Impulse to enter humanity
    • spiritual powers and impulses guiding world history to be realities;
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    • world, in order to work on in that world as an ‘Impulse.’
    • Essence within an outer man — a new Impulse had broken in upon
    • humanity, an Impulse towards something that had not been there
    • places man within an evolution where an Impulse from out of the
    • evolution as impulses of the highest spirituality. Thus the problems
    • Christ Impulse, became, for the mediaeval mind, problems of Faith;
    • Impulse. But in the 19th century, wide circles (among which we must
    • entered history as a mere ‘idea,’ as an impulse created
    • reveal, because spiritual impulses, spiritual factors — in
    • of men were not the expression of impulses from beings who
    • I was able to show the place of the Christian Impulse in the historical
    • out from this event as an impulse for all later human development —
    • Impulse for the evolution of mankind. Only when as a result of all
    • into human evolution through the Christ Impulse. Then, moreover,
    • world history through the Christ Impulse. Man’s being consists
    • what Christianity, the Christ Impulse, brought into human evolution.
    • Divinity is the creative formative impulse.’ Now however he
    • the Ego — that is the essence of the Christ Impulse. And the
    • fact that it was possible for the Christ Impulse to enter humanity
    • spiritual powers and impulses guiding world history to be realities;
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    • a greed for knowledge but to be a spiritual impulse penetrating deeply
    • we realise that its impulse has already made itself felt in the form
    • life. To-day we shall consider how an impulse akin to that of
    • that he was fully conscious of this impulse. It is so meaningless when
    • impulse of which we shall speak lived in Richard Wagner in the form of
    • impulses in the culture of the peoples.
    • Knowledge of this mighty impulse developed the power of the Ego in the
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    • a greed for knowledge but to be a spiritual impulse penetrating deeply
    • we realise that its impulse has already made itself felt in the form
    • life. To-day we shall consider how an impulse akin to that of
    • that he was fully conscious of this impulse. It is so meaningless when
    • impulse of which we shall speak lived in Richard Wagner in the form of
    • impulses in the culture of the peoples.
    • Knowledge of this mighty impulse developed the power of the Ego in the
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    • the impulses living in Plato and Aristotle were working on and of
    • to posterity. Just as in those times there was a widespread impulse to
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    • the impulses living in Plato and Aristotle were working on and of
    • to posterity. Just as in those times there was a widespread impulse to
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    • OF THE SPIRIT, discover this awakening of the spirit in the impulses
    • only be the outcome of SPIRITUAL IMPULSES!
    • which do not depart from selfish, but from unselfish human impulses.
    • develop impulses for the education of man, and there would be no
    • we would not bring along with us through birth the impulses that come
    • what we develop within the economic life as impulses Of the will —
    • impulses for what we then carry along into the spiritual world in the
    • form of impulses. In the same way in which we bring along with us
    • impulses for us. If we contemplate that which develops from year to
    • develop activities for others, we can see therein the impulses which
    • sphere of law is the, very opposite of the impulses that arise during
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    • OF THE SPIRIT, discover this awakening of the spirit in the impulses
    • only be the outcome of SPIRITUAL IMPULSES!
    • which do not depart from selfish, but from unselfish human impulses.
    • develop impulses for the education of man, and there would be no
    • we would not bring along with us through birth the impulses that come
    • what we develop within the economic life as impulses Of the will —
    • impulses for what we then carry along into the spiritual world in the
    • form of impulses. In the same way in which we bring along with us
    • impulses for us. If we contemplate that which develops from year to
    • develop activities for others, we can see therein the impulses which
    • sphere of law is the, very opposite of the impulses that arise during
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    • were responsible for the impulses and aims expressed in the
    • spiritual impulses our work must be grounded, only if what we do is
    • have before us the expression of an altogether new impulse, whereby
    • begin with, the new impulse had to find its way through architectural
    • works of art and the impulses out of which they were created. It is
    • impulses underlying them. But so often it happens — and it is
    • feel that we have in us one of the divine impulses of its mission —
    • source of those impulses in Art which can turn into reality what I
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    • were responsible for the impulses and aims expressed in the
    • spiritual impulses our work must be grounded, only if what we do is
    • have before us the expression of an altogether new impulse, whereby
    • begin with, the new impulse had to find its way through architectural
    • works of art and the impulses out of which they were created. It is
    • impulses underlying them. But so often it happens — and it is
    • feel that we have in us one of the divine impulses of its mission —
    • source of those impulses in Art which can turn into reality what I
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    • can never do justice to the full World-impulse of Christianity. For
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    • can never do justice to the full World-impulse of Christianity. For
  • Title: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • Christ Impulse, they receive again through the Christ Impulse the
    • the Christ Impulse as a living Impulse. Then the Christ Impulse can
    • the Christ Impulse in the whole evolution of mankind, this must also
    • and only then — will proceed from the Christ Impulse, from the
    • living Christ Impulse, the speech-forming power.
    • more of the Christ Impulse, on the other hand they move further and
    • of the Christ Impulse, on the other hand they move further and
    • Impulse right into the Imaginations of the Archangels, and these
    • become a festival filled with life and impulse. It has to express how
    • strongest and deepest impulses of the human will. It must reckon with
    • these innermost impulses, and a Michael Festival cannot be other than
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    • Christ Impulse, they receive again through the Christ Impulse the
    • the Christ Impulse as a living Impulse. Then the Christ Impulse can
    • the Christ Impulse in the whole evolution of mankind, this must also
    • and only then — will proceed from the Christ Impulse, from the
    • living Christ Impulse, the speech-forming power.
    • more of the Christ Impulse, on the other hand they move further and
    • of the Christ Impulse, on the other hand they move further and
    • Impulse right into the Imaginations of the Archangels, and these
    • become a festival filled with life and impulse. It has to express how
    • strongest and deepest impulses of the human will. It must reckon with
    • these innermost impulses, and a Michael Festival cannot be other than
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    • physical world are connected with impulses emanating from the
    • begin with, we will study the character of certain spiritual impulses
    • but an impulse to give an earthly, physical garb to purely spiritual
    • words, a Luciferic impulse gradually insinuated itself into the
    • the impulse which has received the name of Bolshevism, and Eastwards
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    • physical world are connected with impulses emanating from the
    • begin with, we will study the character of certain spiritual impulses
    • but an impulse to give an earthly, physical garb to purely spiritual
    • words, a Luciferic impulse gradually insinuated itself into the
    • the impulse which has received the name of Bolshevism, and Eastwards
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    • impulses that lead people to such subjects as Gnosis, Theosophy and
    • time to come historians will well observe such intimate impulses and
    • whole way of thought in which we live, we bear within us the impulses
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    • impulses that lead people to such subjects as Gnosis, Theosophy and
    • time to come historians will well observe such intimate impulses and
    • whole way of thought in which we live, we bear within us the impulses
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    • build on old but through a new impulse.
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    • ideas are not fitted to take hold of the impulses which must be
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    • chauvinistic impulse for the national; that is the lingering relic of
    • It is necessary to realize as one of the secrets of the time-impulse,
    • are sexual impulses present in the catastrophic events of today, far
    • more than men imagine! For the impulses to what is happening today
    • asserting of an impulse, psycho-sexual in the most pronounced sense,
    • a backward luciferic impulse.
    • were to hear ‘that comes from sexual impulses!’ One
    • to get beyond the abstract impulse but, on the contrary, to get
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    • same time the moral element, moral impulse, into the divine
    • impulse that proceeds from the Mystery of Golgotha. This all
    • and in a certain connection, I said, certain impulses of the
    • fifth, just as in the sixth Post-Atlantean epoch, certain impulses of
    • as in the last Post-Atlantean epoch, the seventh, certain impulses of
    • as the Osiris-impulse. So that since then Osiris is a Being at the
    • something that is deeply justified in the impulses of the modern
    • wakes those very impulses in the soul which are necessary for the
    • not what is meant, but the sentence is connected with impulses of
    • how these things are connected: of that important inner impulse which
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    • impulses of human life must enter especially into the consciousness
    • difference between men who seek to grasp in the soul the impulse of
    • the immortal, the spiritual impulse, and those men who disdain this,
    • understand the great impulses which solely and alone can lead
    • also this practical significance, that it gives us the impulse of
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    • receding further, so that I, if no spiritual impulse grips mankind,
    • the impulse really be found which mankind needs if it is to take in
    • necessary it is to seek for fresh and different impulses for the
    • impulse of blessing for European humanity!
    • nowhere has what is meant by the actual Christ-Impulse penetrated in
    • demands that the Christ-Impulse should once more permeate the
    • inquire of them whether the Christian impulse is seriously anywhere
    • warmth, and his great personal impulse was to serve his age, to
    • significance of the Christ-Impulse. And hence he also had the feeling
    • that the Christ-Impulse must be grasped in a new way in a new age,
    • the world, a general re-establishing of the Christ-Impulse. And what
    • not stupid and not unpractical, but can give an impulse to the time.
    • system is constructed on entirely materialistic impulses — and
    • above all the present needs an impulse which directly seizes upon men
    • catastrophically. The impulses in question must approach men direct.
    • it is not perceived that an impulse in life can be harmful by itself,
    • but can be beneficial in co-operation with other impulses, because it
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    • spiritual worlds. And so it came about that even religious impulses
    • prepared materialism, and that these religious impulses could not
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    • impulses of the present. You see, the present day has no inclination
    • times. Then there appears the Impulse which can reveal it to him from
    • revealed to him from the earth in the Christ Impulse, and develop it,
    • cannot be done’. Thus according to the impulses that prevail
    • world because above all it can send its impulse into actual, concrete
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    • impulses; and with the form it has acquired as the result of these
    • moral impulses, it imparts itself to the cosmos, — it inserts
    • materialistic feeling, out of materialistic impulses. Humanity will
    • only awaken, when it adds to these nationalistic impulses —
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    • impulses; and with the form it has acquired as the result of these
    • moral impulses, it imparts itself to the cosmos, — it inserts
    • materialistic feeling, out of materialistic impulses. Humanity will
    • only awaken, when it adds to these nationalistic impulses —
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    • impulses as I described them in the book
    • for these impulses must have their root in pure thinking.
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    • impulses as I described them in the book
    • for these impulses must have their root in pure thinking.
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    • in other circumstances, thoughts, ideas, feelings, impulses of will,
    • How often we feel that what is living in our impulses of will surges
    • working in the urges and impulses of the will as it is to survey the
    • impulses of the will, there is contained much that plays into our
    • impulses of will. Indeed in ordinary science and everyday life men
    • energy and matter and holding the view that no impulse of the human
    • together with its impulses of will ... not, however, to
    • these moral impulses which are seized by the free power of thought,
    • for new and vitalising impulses.
    • decline with impulses for the ennobling of Western civilisation.
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    • in other circumstances, thoughts, ideas, feelings, impulses of will,
    • How often we feel that what is living in our impulses of will surges
    • working in the urges and impulses of the will as it is to survey the
    • impulses of the will, there is contained much that plays into our
    • impulses of will. Indeed in ordinary science and everyday life men
    • energy and matter and holding the view that no impulse of the human
    • together with its impulses of will ... not, however, to
    • these moral impulses which are seized by the free power of thought,
    • for new and vitalising impulses.
    • decline with impulses for the ennobling of Western civilisation.
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    • impulses of feeling throughout the civilised international world.
    • might say: These impulses of feeling appear in the most
    • particularly the world of the impulses of the will, inserts itself
    • Adler, but impulses of an entirely inner character are at work there.
    • evolution of humanity needs a conscious spiritual impulse in order to
    • his moral impulses, his religious impulses are concerned, which
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    • impulses of feeling throughout the civilised international world.
    • might say: These impulses of feeling appear in the most
    • particularly the world of the impulses of the will, inserts itself
    • Adler, but impulses of an entirely inner character are at work there.
    • evolution of humanity needs a conscious spiritual impulse in order to
    • his moral impulses, his religious impulses are concerned, which
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    • yet it is the beginning of an entirely new impulse. We should of
    • time we should not fail to notice in this the new impulse that will
    • EXISTING BETWEEN THE CHRIST-IMPULSE AND THE IMPULSES OF LUCIFER AND
    • OF AHRIMAN. This connection of the Christ-impulse with the
    • Lucifer-impulse and with the Ahriman-impulse will be grasped
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    • yet it is the beginning of an entirely new impulse. We should of
    • time we should not fail to notice in this the new impulse that will
    • EXISTING BETWEEN THE CHRIST-IMPULSE AND THE IMPULSES OF LUCIFER AND
    • OF AHRIMAN. This connection of the Christ-impulse with the
    • Lucifer-impulse and with the Ahriman-impulse will be grasped
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    • here on earth. The impulses for the progress of civilisation, for the
    • political and economic impulses that should unfold as healing powers
    • love? Or should we not rather progress to real social impulses?
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    • here on earth. The impulses for the progress of civilisation, for the
    • political and economic impulses that should unfold as healing powers
    • love? Or should we not rather progress to real social impulses?
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    • which under the influence of the impulses working in men to-day are
    • themselves. They know nothing about the impulses that are at work to
    • Leaving aside trifling matters, we need only observe the impulses
    • the impulses needed by the times. But what interest have the majority
    • of people to-day in these impulses? If only they can bask in
    • feelings and impulses of will, is mirrored by the body. Behind this
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    • which under the influence of the impulses working in men to-day are
    • themselves. They know nothing about the impulses that are at work to
    • Leaving aside trifling matters, we need only observe the impulses
    • the impulses needed by the times. But what interest have the majority
    • of people to-day in these impulses? If only they can bask in
    • feelings and impulses of will, is mirrored by the body. Behind this
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    • inmost impulses of the will surrendered themselves in reverent
    • impulse within it, is its true being understood. Obviously humanity
    • speak from one particular aspect on this impulse in the
    • its task, must really carry the whole impulse of the Anthroposophical
    • impulse that must proceed as a living power from the Mystery of
    • theological impulse and of the entire religious impulse is necessary;
    • spiritual life. And it is indeed clear that the religious impulse
    • persons out of whose hearts springs the impulse to strive for that
    • their hearts a strong religious impulse, a specifically Christian
    • impulse, which, in view of the way in which theological religion has
    • possessing any impulse or any inclination towards natural science,
    • upon the impulse of the general Anthroposophical Movement. We most
    • clearly understand that it is the anthroposophical impulse which
    • and energy of the general anthroposophical impulse should not be
    • weakened. In particular, the anthroposophical impulse must not he
    • persons who, from their own impulse, not mine, wished to work
    • essential impulse of the Anthroposophical Movement — working
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    • inmost impulses of the will surrendered themselves in reverent
    • impulse within it, is its true being understood. Obviously humanity
    • speak from one particular aspect on this impulse in the
    • its task, must really carry the whole impulse of the Anthroposophical
    • impulse that must proceed as a living power from the Mystery of
    • theological impulse and of the entire religious impulse is necessary;
    • spiritual life. And it is indeed clear that the religious impulse
    • persons out of whose hearts springs the impulse to strive for that
    • their hearts a strong religious impulse, a specifically Christian
    • impulse, which, in view of the way in which theological religion has
    • possessing any impulse or any inclination towards natural science,
    • upon the impulse of the general Anthroposophical Movement. We most
    • clearly understand that it is the anthroposophical impulse which
    • and energy of the general anthroposophical impulse should not be
    • weakened. In particular, the anthroposophical impulse must not he
    • persons who, from their own impulse, not mine, wished to work
    • essential impulse of the Anthroposophical Movement — working
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    • divine-spiritual that pulses and weaves through the world — if,
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    • divine-spiritual that pulses and weaves through the world — if,
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    • receives its impulses from there.” This nation, or these
    • impulses — or that which forges within the soul and builds it
    • throws his impulse into Finnish life, Wainamoinen abandons the
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    • receives its impulses from there.” This nation, or these
    • impulses — or that which forges within the soul and builds it
    • throws his impulse into Finnish life, Wainamoinen abandons the
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    • be called a reversing of human will impulses. A person is born into a
    • that his will impulses simply coincide with those of all the rest of
    • against these habitual will impulses that he has adopted from the
    • impulse that drives a person into the Anthroposophical Society is
    • impulse. Since this ethical impulse that has brought him into the
    • on to develop into a religious impulse. What otherwise lives itself
    • religious and will impulses of recent centuries are the very same
    • and religious impulses that have evolved during recent centuries. But
    • impulses and from the religious forms in which man's moral life finds
    • will impulses inward, he must, in other words, strive for the kind of
    • moment, although thoughtlessness is indeed a will impulse of sorts,
    • also flows into one's will impulses, insofar as it has bearing on
    • and to carry the anthroposophical impulse into everyday life and
    • right will impulses. But as I said the last time, the Society has not
    • what impulses are essential to sharing with one's heart in the life
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    • be called a reversing of human will impulses. A person is born into a
    • that his will impulses simply coincide with those of all the rest of
    • against these habitual will impulses that he has adopted from the
    • impulse that drives a person into the Anthroposophical Society is
    • impulse. Since this ethical impulse that has brought him into the
    • on to develop into a religious impulse. What otherwise lives itself
    • religious and will impulses of recent centuries are the very same
    • and religious impulses that have evolved during recent centuries. But
    • impulses and from the religious forms in which man's moral life finds
    • will impulses inward, he must, in other words, strive for the kind of
    • moment, although thoughtlessness is indeed a will impulse of sorts,
    • also flows into one's will impulses, insofar as it has bearing on
    • and to carry the anthroposophical impulse into everyday life and
    • right will impulses. But as I said the last time, the Society has not
    • what impulses are essential to sharing with one's heart in the life
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • of this materialistic impulse we shall gradually enter an evolution in which
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • of this materialistic impulse we shall gradually enter an evolution in which
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    • that strong moral impulses can follow from the knowledge of such
    • injuries done to him, then quite a different impulse will work in
    • impulse work on him in quite a different way. You need not
    • circumstances, it will give man the greatest ethical-moral impulses,
    • spiritual science is, therefore, a powerful impulse which also in
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    • place, and with this division came a new impulse for the
    • and this leads them to develop various externally aroused impulses
    • their impulses, passions and desires — combines with this
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    • must look to the spiritual world to find the impulse to carry forward
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    • overcoming of this illness brings an entirely new impulse, like a
    • realisation. Spiritual science will become the great impulse for the
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    • peoples whose ego impulse was developed too strongly, so that it
    • speak; on the contrary they have given us quite specific impulses for
    • impulse. What happens has always in a certain way already happened,
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    • itself as a sum of impulses, instincts and passions. And this
    • anything except create in accordance with impulses implanted into
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    • connection been lost. The Christ Impulse imparts feeling of kinship
    • in the souls of men by increasing understanding of the Christ Impulse
    • until the Mystery of Golgotha when the new impulse was given to
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    • of sensuality and worldly impulses. One day something very unusual
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    • The first impulse in the evolution of our Earth towards
    • sphere. A second impulse would be the genuine anthroposophical
    • continually new impulses will make their way into the evolution of
    • Anthroposophy, may bear it into later times as an inner impulse and
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    • connection been lost. The Christ Impulse imparts feeling of kinship
    • permeation with the Christ Impulse will include the impulses of the
    • Christ Impulse leads when it permeates the soul. The independence of
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    • with whose name we ourselves connect the spiritual impulses of
    • propagation of the impulse given by Christ's appearance on the Earth
    • of particular significance because it linked with the Christ Impulse
    • and sending impulses and forces from those spheres to further the
    • evolution. He had taken the Christ Impulse into the very depths of
    • pre-Christian times and have been incarnated again after the impulse
    • impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha then made an ascent possible in
    • but it will continue if human souls receive the impulse of this
    • conditions and have different experiences receive different impulses,
    • Impulse is necessary. Similarly, there were phases of descent and
    • earthly existence through birth we bring with us the impulses and
    • Mars forces themselves there would come to man the impulse to work
    • to one of cosmic activity. The impulse given by Christian Rosenkreutz
    • mystery which has brought an impulse still operating in the evolution
    • the Christ Impulse in the right way. We stand face to face with the
    • the evolution of mankind as a whole the other impulses that had been
    • Christ Impulse, to the Mystery of Golgotha. And this is possible only
    • if all the impulses work together in harmony. The Christ descended
    • is to give to men the greatest of all impulses with which the human
    • how he worked after the Christ Impulse had been given. Think about
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    • be an ever deepening understanding of the Christ Impulse. Everything
    • Impulse is comprised for the West in what may be called the Mystery
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    • until the Mystery of Golgotha when the new impulse was given to
    • might be a life in the real sense. This new impulse streamed into the
    • qualities which enabled them to bring a new impulse into the
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    • have developed certain religious impulses during earthly life. In
    • strife, of aggressive impulses until the beginning of the seventeenth
    • Buddha-impulse and the reflection of this on Earth was the absorption
    • understood, and how the Buddha-impulse as a cosmic happening is
    • you will realise that the Buddha-impulse has its place in the lowest
    • our time as the Buddha-impulse in the Mars region — is
    • Mars; it is the impulse denoted by the word ‘Nirvana’.
    • put it today, receives the Buddha-impulse, it frees itself from
    • of this — and the Christ Impulse is needed here — it also
    • Egypto-Chaldean culture was made possible by impulses for progress
    • impulses brought from beyond the Saturn region; in this way the
    • various culture-epochs progress and new impulses take effect. But as
    • Impulse, however, does not belong to what evolved in the Cosmos
    • Old Moon eventually separated from it. The Christ Impulse continued
    • evolved to become Earth. What streams to us from the Christ Impulse,
    • Christ Impulse. Thus everything brought from the stellar worlds for
    • Impulse. The Earth was ensouled when the Mystery of Golgotha took
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    • The working of the Christ Impulse in the depths of the
    • Impulse. Reading the stellar script with the powers of the innocent
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    • impulse — we have called it the Christ Impulse — which
    • evolution, in order to understand the Christ Impulse, than those who
    • way by its own efforts, not in response to any impulse from without,
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    • man the splendour of the wisdom of the Logos, the wisdom that pulses
    • West, without the Christ Impulse and without philosophy, and without
    • about the Christ Impulse: their concepts and ideas have turned out to
    • not that the Christ Impulse came into the world primarily as a
    • direct impulse that flowed from the Mystery of Golgotha. And this we
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    • Zarathustrian impulse. Now I must here remark in parenthesis that I
    • Apollo changed the Sibylline impulse of the Pythia by
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    • Impulse. When the Christ Impulse entered into the evolution of
    • Impulse, after the Christ Impulse had entered into the aura of the
    • the Christ Impulse, but then they sank below the surface of the soul.
    • drama to watch this impact of the Christ Impulse; to see how, from
    • depths of the soul. The Christ Impulse does not work where there is
    • Christ Impulse working below the surface. Then we shall understand
    • the Christ Impulse works on below the surface — works, at
    • reappeared. I could suppose that the stream of the Christ Impulse had
    • the impulses that were certainly present in him; for he was not to be
    • epoch, but permeated now with the Christ Impulse. Today we must
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    • as having arisen from the working of the Christ Impulse in the depths
    • Impulse; and in this moderated form it had to reappear, so that it
    • able to perceive in himself something of the Christ Impulse at work
    • the Christ Impulse having poured itself out into the Earth's
    • will perhaps indicate how, under the influence of the Christ Impulse,
    • Impulse. In the lectures printed under the title of
    • Christ Impulse, beginning in the autumn of 1428. From external
    • post-Atlantean epoch begins; a time when the Christ Impulse had to
    • properly, so that it will be permeated with the Christ Impulse, one
    • Impulse has been received by the Earth-soul into its aura, and so a
    • Christ Impulse, may again look up to what is written in the stars.’
    • pulsed, as the new age came in, the Christ-filled Astrology which
    • we have heard that the Christ Impulse flows on as though through
    • forces that pulsed in the human blood and nervous system were raised
    • Christ Impulse; men could venture again to look up to the heavens.
    • Cosmic Christianity and the Impulse of Michael,
    • Parsifal, in whom the Christ Impulse was still working unconsciously,
    • impulse permeated by the Christ aura, the Christ Impulse, although he
    • destiny with the Christ Impulse works together in his soul with the
    • the Christ Impulse, had to sink back into the subconscious depths of
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    • soul, an impulse had to come that seized its inmost part, an impulse
    • world but which grips man's inmost being. This impulse came
    • individual thought, but is stimulated by the impulse coming from the
    • you will find everywhere how the Christ-Impulse rules in them. It is
    • was different again in the third period when the inner impulse
    • the second period it was the intense belief in the Christ Impulse
    • The Christ-Impulse gradually faded and man became aware that the
    • but there is no longer the same attachment to the Christ-Impulse as
    • Impulse penetrates into the sentient soul. Philosophy is experienced
    • see from this that very many impulses of transformation as regards
    • age of 21 to 28; the Christ Impulse enters the development of
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    • soul, an impulse had to come that seized its inmost part, an impulse
    • world but which grips man's inmost being. This impulse came
    • individual thought, but is stimulated by the impulse coming from the
    • you will find everywhere how the Christ-Impulse rules in them. It is
    • was different again in the third period when the inner impulse
    • the second period it was the intense belief in the Christ Impulse
    • The Christ-Impulse gradually faded and man became aware that the
    • but there is no longer the same attachment to the Christ-Impulse as
    • Impulse penetrates into the sentient soul. Philosophy is experienced
    • see from this that very many impulses of transformation as regards
    • age of 21 to 28; the Christ Impulse enters the development of
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    • The nature of Saturn is such that he receives many diverse impulses
    • us nothing at all about the impulses he receives from the universe.
    • is the Thinker in our universe. To Jupiter man owes all the impulses
    • Saturn he owes all the impulses of soul and spirit he can receive
    • renewal of ancient impulses, we shall find that this was directly
    • the universe the impulses for speech; the influence of his Demon
    • All these things have their physical side as well. Impulses go out
    • If we want to understand the impulses in the universe connected with
    • upon the people or nation concerned. Such are the impulses which
    • existence, it is the Moon impulse that provides the forces for his
    • The inner will-impulse contained in acts of free thinking is due to
    • In the midst of all these deeds and impulses of the planetary
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    • The nature of Saturn is such that he receives many diverse impulses
    • us nothing at all about the impulses he receives from the universe.
    • is the Thinker in our universe. To Jupiter man owes all the impulses
    • Saturn he owes all the impulses of soul and spirit he can receive
    • renewal of ancient impulses, we shall find that this was directly
    • the universe the impulses for speech; the influence of his Demon
    • All these things have their physical side as well. Impulses go out
    • If we want to understand the impulses in the universe connected with
    • upon the people or nation concerned. Such are the impulses which
    • existence, it is the Moon impulse that provides the forces for his
    • The inner will-impulse contained in acts of free thinking is due to
    • In the midst of all these deeds and impulses of the planetary
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    • experienced in the preceding life on earth. The impulses of earlier
    • impulses for our lives on earth to come. For real spiritual science,
    • requires the conceptions, the feelings, the will impulses that are
    • impulses. I only wish to point out that what appears today as
    • today only a few impulses to stimulate you further. From this point
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    • referring pertains, of course, to greater historical impulses.
    • upon to offer the most important impulses to the epoch in which this
    • you today a picture of many kinds of impulses that are active in the
    • forth, through the kind of impulse I have touched upon, a feeling for
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    • the impulse to strengthen his Ego, and this leads him into the
    • With our feelings and with the impulses of our will it
    • is the same as with our thoughts. These human impulses of volition
    • inoculated with the great, encompassing impulses which can only arise
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    • the impulse to strengthen his Ego, and this leads him into the
    • With our feelings and with the impulses of our will it
    • is the same as with our thoughts. These human impulses of volition
    • inoculated with the great, encompassing impulses which can only arise
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    • world to which we direct our will-impulses for which the physical
    • world, and send their active impulses into the human world. For the
    • sees a human being here following impulses of hatred — hating
    • need to receive into their habits and customs the impulses from the
    • — you will find that they are doing it because certain impulses
    • into the souls of people along the same paths as the impulses of the
    • the new life without those impulses which grow in him through
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    • world to which we direct our will-impulses for which the physical
    • world, and send their active impulses into the human world. For the
    • sees a human being here following impulses of hatred — hating
    • need to receive into their habits and customs the impulses from the
    • — you will find that they are doing it because certain impulses
    • into the souls of people along the same paths as the impulses of the
    • the new life without those impulses which grow in him through
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    • loftiness and greatness of the divine-spiritual that pulses and
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    • Man carries about within him the impulses of Lucifer.
    • impulse that leads from the sense-world into the spiritual world
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    • Man carries about within him the impulses of Lucifer.
    • impulse that leads from the sense-world into the spiritual world
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    • relation to the Ego. The Impulse of the Spirit Soul penetrating
    • Spirit Soul. So too Fichte. This Developing Impulse is the mission
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    • this, there worked in as an additional impulse the kind of thought
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    • obtain refreshment from the East, they must receive an impulse from
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    • crystallized into the Ethiopian race, we have to look for an impulse
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    • Monism. The actual inspirers, the impulse-givers of all Monotheism
    • the impulse, the ferment for this Monotheism. This task was given to
    • impulse for this from them. The Monistic impulse has always come from
    • that quarter. The other peoples have pluralistic impulses.
    • mind, and one who examines the continuation of the old Hebrew impulse
    • the task of this particular people to give as an impulse that the
    • through this very impulse, the power of speculation, the power of
    • that is the significance of the Semitic impulse in the world. Monism
    • describe as the reception by humanity of the Christ-impulse. The
    • Christ-impulse was received, the Mystery of Golgotha took place. The
    • impulse then given was, in the course of the following centuries and
    • coincided with the coming to Earth of the Christ-impulse — the
    • Christ-impulse. Hence the Greek nation crumbled away so quickly at
    • impulse had been given to humanity, had renounced becoming an Archai,
    • teachings and impulses which underlie esoteric Christianity; the real
    • about the Spirits of the Age, were completely devoted to the impulses
    • impulse passed over humanity, there was in Europe an intermingled
    • in front of the Christ-impulse. In many cases the several
    • before the Christian-impulse, viz., the Egyptian Spirit of the Age,
    • impulses of the old Egyptian civilization, and of a Spirit of Form
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    • the spiritual impulses therein described, it will be necessary first
    • or impulse of the Angels and Archangels on the human soul was among
    • goes through the blood. He felt the pulse-beat in his blood and he
    • perception. He perceived that which caused his pulse to beat and made
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    • man by slipping into his desires, impulses and passions. Through this
    • body is inwardly permeated by the impulse to be untruthful and thus
    • proceeding from inner impulse. Where man comes into relation with the
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    • Christ-impulse had been given to the earth, Tacitus could describe
    • through the impulse of the Sentient Soul. If you study the several
    • to the impulse of the Spiritual Soul penetrating into the human
    • impulse. You will also find that what took place there in the
    • comprehensible, if you know that an impulse of the Spiritual Soul was
    • impulse with this soul, it had to work also with a wonderful
    • merely as the other side of idea. Take this on-working impulse, and
    • which the Western European peoples possess, viz., an impulse that
    • in Christ to-day is only the beginning, because the Christ-impulse
    • Age of the ancient Greeks was given as an impulse to Christianity,
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    • always felt the impulse coming from this side; that he felt within
    • Christ-Impulse in the right way, we shall not say as follows: A Being
    • essential thing in the Christ-Impulse, which came at the beginning of
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    • receive new impulses into his life of soul, and we will turn our attention
    • went on. Man did not remain fettered to the earth. He received an impulse for
    • evolution in the other direction — an impulse which actually reached its climax
    • thoughts as absurdities and who scorn the impulses that are most inwardly and
    • threatened with being deprived of spiritual impulses and with becoming involved
    • which the shadowy intellect may be directed to the impulses and knowledge
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    • receive new impulses into his life of soul, and we will turn our attention
    • went on. Man did not remain fettered to the earth. He received an impulse for
    • evolution in the other direction — an impulse which actually reached its climax
    • thoughts as absurdities and who scorn the impulses that are most inwardly and
    • threatened with being deprived of spiritual impulses and with becoming involved
    • which the shadowy intellect may be directed to the impulses and knowledge
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    • ideals in earthly life. Christian Morgenstern and the impulse
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    • part of his being it will become an impulse from the spiritual world
    • impulses might be used only when definite spiritual forces, moving in
    • it is really the magnetic impulse of Lucifer which we experience in
    • Christ Impulse into himself perceives that everything which ripens in
    • warmth and vitality in our souls. Permeation with the Christ Impulse
    • Impulse finds that in whatever conquests his soul achieves, however
    • impulse as the assurance and guarantee of fulfillment for them. That
    • of realization in this Christ Impulse in respect of all that cannot
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    • will-impulse, do we perceive in the right light what Whitsuntide
    • so deeply to discover the impulses out of which the Christmas tree
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    • the Christian impulse were not always so hostile as they often are
    • find the impulses needed for a renewal, then this community, which
    • discovery through the impulse given by the inner force of spiritual
    • bring into it ideas and impulses we have collected from all comers of
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    • of man the will-impulse from whence came the ancient, inner
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    • tissue through the impulse of hysteria we have the metaphysical
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    • in other words, with the Christ Impulse. This he can do at the time
    • This impulse of renewal is needed
    • permeated with the Christ Impulse — the world of thought which
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    • in other words, with the Christ Impulse. This he can do at the time
    • This impulse of renewal is needed
    • permeated with the Christ Impulse — the world of thought which
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    • what is to come in the Christ-Impulse and the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • Christ-impulse; that is the content, the theme of Michelangelo's
    • pagan proclamation of the Christ Impulse.
    • paintings, how the Christ-impulse was foretold. The whole of
    • Christian impulses which flowed into his work. While he felt himself
    • at one with the great Christian impulses he yet lived at the dawn of
    • earlier ages. The content of older Christian impulses still affected
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    • what is to come in the Christ-Impulse and the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • Christ-impulse; that is the content, the theme of Michelangelo's
    • pagan proclamation of the Christ Impulse.
    • paintings, how the Christ-impulse was foretold. The whole of
    • Christian impulses which flowed into his work. While he felt himself
    • at one with the great Christian impulses he yet lived at the dawn of
    • earlier ages. The content of older Christian impulses still affected
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    • for the impulse it should give our culture. I mention this again only
    • participate fully in this world and to seek in ourselves the impulse
    • thing: The impulses of spiritual science should live in our souls
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    • impulse from the spiritual world, an impulse that also included the
    • felt a specific spiritual impulse as I was working on the
    • I mentioned, the impulse from the individual who had left the
    • the impulses from this individual came down from the spirit plane and
    • and giving greater scope to our ideas, feelings, and soul impulses.
    • The spiritual impulses
    • fill our souls if this spiritual impulse is really to take root in
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    • and upsets, sense impressions, will impulses, feeling, and thinking,
    • true impulse of spiritual science to heart can sense even now in our
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    • The important thing now is that the impulses we feel
    • impulses that come from Spiritual Science and spiritual research, so
    • even if only an imaged life. This life, given by the art-impulses of
    • different impulses. How the single nationalities form alliances in
    • this day — all this is connected with impulses upon which an
    • needs a great deal that must act as an impulse of renewal over
    • soul; they are connected with the innermost impulses that are our lot
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    • The important thing now is that the impulses we feel
    • impulses that come from Spiritual Science and spiritual research, so
    • even if only an imaged life. This life, given by the art-impulses of
    • different impulses. How the single nationalities form alliances in
    • this day — all this is connected with impulses upon which an
    • needs a great deal that must act as an impulse of renewal over
    • soul; they are connected with the innermost impulses that are our lot
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    • and impulses contained in Spiritual Science to life, but to apply
    • proportion of Europeans today had not received the impulse of
    • realize that, broadly speaking, it was not a Christian impulse at all
    • pantheistic impulse, connected with the worship of one great
    • character of the impulse they received in their early Christian
    • who were permeated by the Christian Impulse at that time are
    • Christian impulse in their earlier incarnation. They have carried
    • impulse have lived on in these souls, in spite of all that has been
    • which can be awakened in one who has allowed the Christ Impulse to
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    • and impulses contained in Spiritual Science to life, but to apply
    • proportion of Europeans today had not received the impulse of
    • realize that, broadly speaking, it was not a Christian impulse at all
    • pantheistic impulse, connected with the worship of one great
    • character of the impulse they received in their early Christian
    • who were permeated by the Christian Impulse at that time are
    • Christian impulse in their earlier incarnation. They have carried
    • impulse have lived on in these souls, in spite of all that has been
    • which can be awakened in one who has allowed the Christ Impulse to
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    • feeling of the successive impulses in the evolution of humanity,
    • is steeped in the impulses of a past epoch.
    • that which is active in space, but also the impulses which come from
    • impulses of the future. For, my dear friends, if a kind of rebel
    • take up the divine impulse, the Christ Impulse, through his own
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    • feeling of the successive impulses in the evolution of humanity,
    • is steeped in the impulses of a past epoch.
    • that which is active in space, but also the impulses which come from
    • impulses of the future. For, my dear friends, if a kind of rebel
    • take up the divine impulse, the Christ Impulse, through his own
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    • the Earth we gradually learn to recognize the Impulse which I
    • described to you when speaking of the Impulse of Golgotha. We
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    • described to you when speaking of the Impulse of Golgotha. We
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    • impulses of will — he sees that Nature, in whom he lives, remains
    • and impulses of will surge up; waves everywhere. One of the waves emerges
    • but concealed by the thoughts, or feelings, or impulses of will, as
    • are no longer traceable to divine impulses. Man surveys history, to
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    • in a quite elementary way. We shall then see that impulses from the
    • an indefinite impulse takes place in us, saying: I will this. So we
    • until emotions, impulses, instincts, passions, outbursts of temperament,
    • greatest riddle is this: If I really experience a moral impulse and have
    • impulse is one of goodwill. At first this is really experienced entirely
    • within the soul, i.e. purely psychically. How, now, does this impulse of
    • goodwill shoot down into the body? How does a moral impulse come to move
    • impulse to transcend it.
    • — not one that works in us through sub-conscious impulses in some
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    • when some impulse arises in us to do this or that, it does not only
    • impulse. Thus we see in the earthly, solid man the physical body, in
    • we feel ourselves morally determined by certain impulses given us in
    • moral impulses act indirectly, through the ego of our last incarnation.
    • suddenly realise that there are moral impulses and you should act in
    • able to do so! He experiences a moral impulse and is expected to act
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    • of our psychic impulses upon our body, and have to recognise that it
    • world that, on external observation, repulsed us at first. Anthroposophical
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    • or impulse of will, is worth for purely spiritual existence. In bitter
    • inwardly permeated with force, with impulses proceeding from the spiritual
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    • impulse for the threefold order of society. That is what we need, a
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    • the dominant impulse of recent centuries, completely hollows man out,
    • not from any scientific impulse but from the depths of human instinct
    • the Christ-Impulse in their souls. All other solutions will lead only
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    • not from any scientific impulse but from the depths of human instinct
    • the Christ-Impulse in their souls. All other solutions will lead only
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    • understanding derives impulses to act and work in life — the
    • impulse, where it is right, to be selfless; or again, where he
    • when we come to consider the deeper impulses that rise up in human
    • hearts and souls: impulses of which, however, we cannot say that they
    • As a matter of fact, many of the feelings and impulses
    • kingdom of reality, where the ethical impulses that inhere in our
    • impulses. The moral and ethical impulses that are behind our actions
    • We see how an ethical impulse cannot in one earth-life
    • experience is allowed to flow into an impulse of will that leads to
    • Whatever we do and accomplish under the impulse of
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    • impulse, it drives him — spiritually speaking — to feed
    • understanding derives impulses to act and work in life — the
    • impulse, where it is right, to be selfless; or again, where he
    • when we come to consider the deeper impulses that rise up in human
    • hearts and souls: impulses of which, however, we cannot say that they
    • As a matter of fact, many of the feelings and impulses
    • kingdom of reality, where the ethical impulses that inhere in our
    • impulses. The moral and ethical impulses that are behind our actions
    • We see how an ethical impulse cannot in one earth-life
    • experience is allowed to flow into an impulse of will that leads to
    • Whatever we do and accomplish under the impulse of
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    • of the heart. For the impulse for this new world-working must be
    • THE SPIRITUAL WORLDS. These are the three great aims and impulses of
    • the fifth post-Atlantean period. In the light of these impulses we
    • the creation of impulses tending in the direction post-Atlantean
    • impulse in modern humanity may find its right outlet. And among
    • he would be glad of the impulse towards man's moral improvement
    • must try the harder to gain understanding for such impulses as those
    • and purify life, to inspire morality with fresh impulses, to direct,
    • the central impulse of earth evolution, to the Christ impulse. The
    • Christ impulse will become our real link with the spiritual worlds
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    • impulses preceding from that epoch; and that since the fifteenth
    • of the heart. For the impulse for this new world-working must be
    • THE SPIRITUAL WORLDS. These are the three great aims and impulses of
    • the fifth post-Atlantean period. In the light of these impulses we
    • the creation of impulses tending in the direction post-Atlantean
    • impulse in modern humanity may find its right outlet. And among
    • he would be glad of the impulse towards man's moral improvement
    • must try the harder to gain understanding for such impulses as those
    • and purify life, to inspire morality with fresh impulses, to direct,
    • the central impulse of earth evolution, to the Christ impulse. The
    • Christ impulse will become our real link with the spiritual worlds
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    • indicates how through the Christ Impulse man is to be set free from the
    • Christ Impulse, to become free of earthly conditions.
    • in the evolution of the Christ Impulse within the whole history of mankind.
    • Impulse by evidence of the physical senses, but who could be convinced
    • is not easy to detect even for so long as that. Now the Christ Impulse
    • mankind through the working of the Christ Impulse.
    • supreme importance to make clear to men how through the Christ Impulse an
    • cannot have a consciousness which allows the impulse of freedom to
    • quicken within it. The birth of the impulse of freedom is necessarily
    • impulse of freedom inevitably implies that, if man would again have
    • place, namely, an entirely new impulse, an entirely new Being had
    • the real, inner impulse of the event of
    • one can in very truth feel something of the Christ Impulse, or whether
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    • indicates how through the Christ Impulse man is to be set free from the
    • Christ Impulse, to become free of earthly conditions.
    • in the evolution of the Christ Impulse within the whole history of mankind.
    • Impulse by evidence of the physical senses, but who could be convinced
    • is not easy to detect even for so long as that. Now the Christ Impulse
    • mankind through the working of the Christ Impulse.
    • supreme importance to make clear to men how through the Christ Impulse an
    • cannot have a consciousness which allows the impulse of freedom to
    • quicken within it. The birth of the impulse of freedom is necessarily
    • impulse of freedom inevitably implies that, if man would again have
    • place, namely, an entirely new impulse, an entirely new Being had
    • the real, inner impulse of the event of
    • one can in very truth feel something of the Christ Impulse, or whether
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    • impulses of will. We should consider what we can really do for the moral
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    • the impulse to do these things in the service of mankind and of the
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    • impulse given by Rudolf Steiner to agriculture stand clearly before
    • can it happen that the spiritual impulse, and especially the inner
    • is the will for action, for the carrying out of these spiritual impulses,
    • itself and ebbs away. The formative forces of this original impulse
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    • impulse, but only repeat what they have heard, go passing things an
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    • being reaches birth, the first four force impulses lie
    • being, but the first four force impulses and the last four
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    • being reaches birth, the first four force impulses lie
    • being, but the first four force impulses and the last four
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    • Lord of Form. Impulse of the laggard spirits. The future spiritualizing
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    • substance pulses through our body but in such circulation move whole
    • and impulses which pulse and flow through our life. Learning to know
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    • conception you must call to mind what pulses up and down in your own
    • astral body there is a twofold nature: selfless impulses that aspire
    • of the Lemurian Age a powerful impulse forwards was given through the
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    • the Moon beings. This quality is love, the impulse which leads beings
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    • or the I am.” Here the impulse to stimulate the “I am”
    • to follow the impulse coming today from materialism. That would lead
    • of certain men with animal groups, feelings, thoughts and impulses arise
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    • must send its impulses and activities into practical life. Spiritual
    • very much to do. These impulses therefore must be effective and they
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    • culture-epochs the soul brought back impulses with it that permeated
    • him from past ages. And a divining of that great human impulse of uniting
    • science is expanded to impulses which can penetrate our life and tell
    • to earth the light of spiritual life. Such a life impulse must increasingly
    • The feeble emotional impulse
    • carried forth into the world. Then we have the impulses which we should
    • impulses. Let us seek in this way to steep our souls in feelings and
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    • is and what the impulse is which has traversed the
    • centuries as the Christ-Impulse. One could even come to the
    • in our thoughts all the deep feeling, all the impulses in
    • deep feelings and impulses which have directed people to
    • Christian impulse pushed itself into this world. At that
    • time the representatives of the Christian impulse were
    • impulse who entered into the arena of highly developed
    • Christ-impulse. We see that Christianity was spread by
    • could not understand what the Christ-impulse meant. It is
    • strength in their souls to spread the Christ-impulse
    • Through what did the bearers of the Christ-impulse work
    • what the Christ-impulse is? Through what did the Christian
    • Christ-impulse? What is it all about?
    • traditions. Nevertheless they accepted the Christ-impulse
    • the Christian impulse, it is easy to understand that in a
    • impulse. Those who held to the Catholic Church and thought
    • Christian culture and the Christian impulse. And he who
    • continuation of the Christian impulse.
    • by the Christian impulse, but also what has agitated
    • Christian impulse. One must not only investigate things
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    • impulse for what we call Christian development, that which
    • the impulse he gave for further human evolution on earth.
    • what impulses have they nevertheless given! Their profound
    • divine powerlessness in order to give birth to the impulse
    • which we know as the Christ-Impulse in the subsequent
    • full meaning of the Christ-Impulse, as it will have to be
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    • same time great ideas, meaningful moral impulses arose in
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    • and wisdom, the Zarathustra impulse arose within him during
    • experienced that great Zarathustra impulse. All the
    • another of them, those who felt that impulse most strongly.
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    • for example, or a feeling or even a will impulse.
    • behind artistic impulses that seek to express the deeper secrets in
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    • through the powerful element of the new peoples under the mighty impulse
    • of Christianity. This impulse has also been mixed with the leaven of the
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    • through the powerful element of the new peoples under the mighty impulse
    • of Christianity. This impulse has also been mixed with the leaven of the
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    • consisting of certain will impulses, meditations, and a purification
    • through the impulses he gave. We find a portrayal of this in the
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    • details what the impulse behind this Christ event should mean for all
    • of an impulse given by Christ.
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    • two students was reborn as Hermes, the great impulse giver for the Egyptian
    • where new impulses can no longer be brought forward. When we work and
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    • The impulse for this
    • and harmony of feelings on the basis of the Christ impulse in the fourth
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    • in this way: Only by uniting with the Light of Osiris, the Osiris impulse,
    • in perspective in order to point out that the impulse of Christ is
    • unite themselves with the impulse of Christ will take what they have
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    • Christ impulse. Everywhere in Europe we see the ancient wisdom of Egypt
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    • Then the impulse of the etheric body of Jesus of Nazareth became active
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    • our hand the impulse to do so comes from the astral body. When we walk,
    • when we cry or laugh — that is caused by an impulse in the astral
    • form according to the desires and impulses living within them. The air
    • This will become the fate of those who have taken in spiritual impulses
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    • impulse, the astral body becomes brighter and more filled with light.
    • stream, the Christ impulse will be taken into selves that are increasingly
    • this impulse is that all external, practical life is detached from the
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    • toward the human head. But the most significant impulse to have an effect
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    • The Inner Human Impulse for Improvement,
    • Innere Entwicklungsimpulse der Menschheit. Goethe und
    • The Inner Human Impulse for Improvement,
    • Innere Entwicklungsimpulse der Menschheit. Goethe und
    • certain impulses, certain forces which work in the souls of men and thence
    • out how these impulses and forces developed at the dawn of modern spiritual
    • impulses that are connected with the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • impulse which went forth from the Mystery of Golgotha. It was an intense life
    • feelings and impulses of will connected with that Mystery. What had thus
    • able to work in the impulses and desires and passions, and especially in
    • allowed, if good impulses alone worked in history, human beings would never
    • varied impulses of a positive and negative nature are introduced into the
    • but also free and possessors of their own impulses.
    • in the evolution and destiny of the Templars we see an impulse that is
    • developed alongside external materialism. For the Mephistophelian impulse,
    • impulses which appeared among mankind from the 15th to the 19th century.
    • in quite another way. But the spiritual power, the spiritual impulse that was
    • knows that the impulses which were carried into the spiritual world through
    • the impulses of life. As we receive physical nourishment so does the ether
    • impulses wanted to acquire it, give parents unlimited power over the whole of
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    • The Inner Human Impulse for Improvement,
    • Innere Entwicklungsimpulse der Menschheit. Goethe und
    • The Inner Human Impulse for Improvement,
    • Innere Entwicklungsimpulse der Menschheit. Goethe und
    • certain impulses, certain forces which work in the souls of men and thence
    • out how these impulses and forces developed at the dawn of modern spiritual
    • impulses that are connected with the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • impulse which went forth from the Mystery of Golgotha. It was an intense life
    • feelings and impulses of will connected with that Mystery. What had thus
    • able to work in the impulses and desires and passions, and especially in
    • allowed, if good impulses alone worked in history, human beings would never
    • varied impulses of a positive and negative nature are introduced into the
    • but also free and possessors of their own impulses.
    • in the evolution and destiny of the Templars we see an impulse that is
    • developed alongside external materialism. For the Mephistophelian impulse,
    • impulses which appeared among mankind from the 15th to the 19th century.
    • in quite another way. But the spiritual power, the spiritual impulse that was
    • knows that the impulses which were carried into the spiritual world through
    • the impulses of life. As we receive physical nourishment so does the ether
    • impulses wanted to acquire it, give parents unlimited power over the whole of
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    • conceptions, sensations, will-impulses, feelings and the like. The
    • conceptions, feelings, will-impulses and the like. Already,
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    • the pulse-beat of the blood. In that case, however, it is externally
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    • feelings, and will-impulses exist just the same as does a
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    • all the impulses of our nutritive apparatus, that is, our lowest
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    • every process which may be denoted as an “impulse of
    • we may call the cherishing of a will-impulse in the soul, we find
    • correlative of what conforms to will-impulse is a sort of
    • with this that the impulses of will are connected. It is not very
    • connected with the will impulse expresses itself in a warmth process,
    • the conscious life, will-impulses and the like, they belong to that
    • flames into feelings and is stirred into impulses of will, must find
    • and in our will-impulses we come into such strong contact with the
    • longer recognises himself in his will-impulses! Man recognises
    • himself always in his thoughts, but not in his impulses of will. This
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    • repetition of the past never takes place. Each evolutionary impulse
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    • He should inwardly connect his present will-impulses with impulses
    • do certain things, but by the will-impulse we inwardly connect in a
    • develop the continuity of our will-impulses so that our will-impulses
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    • He should inwardly connect his present will-impulses with impulses
    • do certain things, but by the will-impulse we inwardly connect in a
    • develop the continuity of our will-impulses so that our will-impulses
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    • is in the position of applying his will impulses. To extinguish, in
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    • is in the position of applying his will impulses. To extinguish, in
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    • Impulse into human evolution and the activity of the planetary gods. (21st
    • The two poles of all soul-ordeals. The macrocosmic Christ Impulse in the
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    • symbolical presentations of great spiritual impulses. To those who
    • hearts the thought of an impulse to which we have often alluded in
    • the Age — has had to realise anew the two impulses just
    • all-important impulses for the spiritual life of Europe. We may
    • Demeter which speaks throughout all ages of time as an impulse of
    • important impulses of human evolution, intimate secrets of the soul
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    • them to breathe, in prompting in them impulses to walk and to stand,
    • they at the same time gave men the impulse for morality, for the
    • to look for this impulse primarily in the ether body. It is the ether
    • The power of the Christ provides all the impulses to
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    • of the hand and our will, as an impulse of movement, constitute a
    • into the sphere of will, for everything which results in an impulse
    • thought or the mere sentiment to an impulse of will, it is the prime
    • mover behind the deed in the physical world. The will-impulses, the
    • expression of will-impulses as the astral body is the expression of
    • which bring about our will-impulses, impulses which are needed to
    • which call forth the will-impulse — the whole world of will
    • macrocosmic counterpart of the impulses of will which forced the life
    • will-impulses, I am suppressing the flashing-up of thought, and
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    • teacher of the Angels. His impulse flowed into them during that
    • into themselves the Christ Impulse, which formerly they did not have,
    • Impulse, and in the sixth culture-epoch, the epoch following our own,
    • the Indian epoch, have also meanwhile absorbed the Christ Impulse,
    • will all be illuminated, inflamed, set on fire by the Christ Impulse.
    • Impulse. Thus we now have one class, one category, of guiding Beings
    • the Christ Impulse to be found. They have not been
    • Egypto-Chaldean times have been filled with the Christ Impulse now
    • Impulse, seek to give to humanity for their inspiration everything
    • derived from the purest Christ Impulse, which should guide humanity
    • rejected the Christ Impulse we have a science which is quite
    • the Christ Impulse, just as at the lowest level man was open to it
    • Christ Impulse means in human evolution.
    • His impulses, is an essentially higher Being than any of the
    • forces and impulses enabled this Individuality to fulfil a purpose
    • instance, of those Beings who rejected the Christ Impulse in the
    • would have made in the course of evolution if the Christ Impulse had
    • Indian epoch, do not permeate themselves with the Christ Impulse, and
    • Impulse such as have the Angels who completed their evolution in the
    • feelings, the impulses of soul which awoke in the informed Greek when
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    • was then able to absorb the Christ Impulse, the Christ principle. For
    • without the impact of Greece, it is no less so without the impulse
    • his body which manifest merely the lower egotistic impulses, through
    • impulses of human nature, those which work in an animal, an
    • impulses from which develop sympathy and antipathy, everything of an
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    • systems of organs in Earth evolution an impulse entered whereby what
    • impulses of our Earth evolution. In the very moment when our human
    • dissolution comes about, how the Earth-impulses enter into the
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    • itself into that Christpower, that Christ Impulse which, as it
    • being completely? As man inwardly receives this Impulse he will more
    • ‘The warmth, light and chemical impulses in the sun are
    • progress new ordeals arise, and we have to see it as the impulse for
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    • has an impulse to struggle for a knowledge beyond what is evident to
    • the generations he himself has experienced as impulses, desires,
    • we ourselves have condensed through our impulses, desires and
    • repulsed; we feel like a rubber ball resuming its shape after it has
    • this. It is not only that our impulses, desires and passions, which
    • in ordinary consciousness we do not obey this or the other impulse,
    • impulses and instincts.
    • consciousness to the impulses and instincts which are within us and
    • our own impulses, desires, passions, through all that imprisons us,
    • because we are seized by the blindly raging impulses of our own inner
    • contexts named the Christ Impulse. We then learn to understand in its
    • truth is the Christ Impulse; and when I speak of the Christ Impulse
    • look to; I am referring to the great macrocosmic Christ Impulse. We
    • Christ Impulse. And here we experience something very strange. Just
    • Impulse our consciousness becomes richer, fuller, the further we come
    • and a biology permeated by the Christ Impulse, and that true science,
    • Impulse. Anyone who does not believe this has only to turn the pages
    • in the Pauline sense with the Christ Impulse, and then plunge into
    • ourselves, what then happens? The Christ Impulse has the quality of
    • notice that the deeper we descend with the Christ Impulse into
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    • conscious of our will impulses.
    • Christ Impulse was at work in human souls, men's consciousness was of
    • this Impulse, which is the greatest and most powerful Impulse in the
    • outlook, and recognise the inner impulses behind world conceptions
    • will be on a level of animal instinct and blind impulse. Western
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    • conscious of our will impulses.
    • Christ Impulse was at work in human souls, men's consciousness was of
    • this Impulse, which is the greatest and most powerful Impulse in the
    • outlook, and recognise the inner impulses behind world conceptions
    • will be on a level of animal instinct and blind impulse. Western
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
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    • ideas, feelings and impulses of will in human beings. Inner strength
    • strong will-impulses of this wonderful man into a description of
    • pulse in the world; it is preached throughout the world in the form
    • humanity; one can speak of this impulse or that. But it must be
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    • strong will-impulses of this wonderful man into a description of
    • pulse in the world; it is preached throughout the world in the form
    • humanity; one can speak of this impulse or that. But it must be
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    • It is from this meeting that the “impulse” is derived
    • feeling, through those inner impulses of will which can be trained by
    • one could say “imaginative moral impulses.” I
    • the thoughts, the inner impulses of soul that were carried over into
    • “impulses” (or springs of action). If one comes to-day
    • with a new “impulse,” it is the last thing that people
    • understand. For if one brings a new “impulse,” whose
    • and impulses at work in their lives were due to this spiritual
    • man of to-day has to draw his most important impulses from the
    • impulse” and in another case “Here I receive no help;
    • will to allow spiritual decisions, spiritual impulses, to play a part
    • enjoyments, but something connected with the deepest impulses of our
    • so easily the inner impulses and like to cling to the empty phrase.
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    • It is from this meeting that the “impulse” is derived
    • feeling, through those inner impulses of will which can be trained by
    • one could say “imaginative moral impulses.” I
    • the thoughts, the inner impulses of soul that were carried over into
    • “impulses” (or springs of action). If one comes to-day
    • with a new “impulse,” it is the last thing that people
    • understand. For if one brings a new “impulse,” whose
    • and impulses at work in their lives were due to this spiritual
    • man of to-day has to draw his most important impulses from the
    • impulse” and in another case “Here I receive no help;
    • will to allow spiritual decisions, spiritual impulses, to play a part
    • enjoyments, but something connected with the deepest impulses of our
    • so easily the inner impulses and like to cling to the empty phrase.
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    • pleasure will be a moral impulse, that is to say there will be
    • by certain actions, to moral impulses — all these are related
    • sphere of Lower Devachan; and the domain of moral impulses in the
    • impulses belonging to the descending phase of evolution work upon a soul,
    • intellectual progress is mainly due all proceed from the impulse
    • by the Christ Impulse. Consciousness of this truth was demonstrated
    • Christ Impulse. The legend, which was subsequently forgotten, tells
    • by Barlaam and his soul was fired by the Christian Impulse. This was
    • the second impulse which, in addition to that of Buddha, continues to
    • work in the evolution of humanity. It is the Christ Impulse and is
    • Christ Impulse is not teaching but actual power which works as
    • with the Christ Impulse passes into Kamaloka and is called to account
    • and seventh epochs of civilisation the Christ Impulse will gain
    • development is not the same as the impulse for such
    • Teacher of the Christ Impulse. This is indicated very clearly in the
    • impulses in the men who hear them. And if there should be a
    • Impulse is indispensable. The second stream is the Christ-stream
    • of the Christ Impulse will in all ages be the successor of that
    • impulse of Anthroposophy as a preparation for understanding the
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    • pleasure will be a moral impulse, that is to say there will be
    • by certain actions, to moral impulses — all these are related
    • sphere of Lower Devachan; and the domain of moral impulses in the
    • impulses belonging to the descending phase of evolution work upon a soul,
    • intellectual progress is mainly due all proceed from the impulse
    • by the Christ Impulse. Consciousness of this truth was demonstrated
    • Christ Impulse. The legend, which was subsequently forgotten, tells
    • by Barlaam and his soul was fired by the Christian Impulse. This was
    • the second impulse which, in addition to that of Buddha, continues to
    • work in the evolution of humanity. It is the Christ Impulse and is
    • Christ Impulse is not teaching but actual power which works as
    • with the Christ Impulse passes into Kamaloka and is called to account
    • and seventh epochs of civilisation the Christ Impulse will gain
    • development is not the same as the impulse for such
    • Teacher of the Christ Impulse. This is indicated very clearly in the
    • impulses in the men who hear them. And if there should be a
    • Impulse is indispensable. The second stream is the Christ-stream
    • of the Christ Impulse will in all ages be the successor of that
    • impulse of Anthroposophy as a preparation for understanding the
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    • developed, and what gives this astral body its impulse in the final
    • impulse that, in their last fourteen generations, prepared them for
    • received the Egyptian impulse, they returned to Canaan. This was the
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    • to the use of the I. In regard to the I, the Christ impulse was the
    • most intense impulse. If Christ is taken into the I in the sense of
    • with the Christ impulse, but there had to be a transition. The
    • kindled later through the Christ impulse. Things were not to
    • through receiving the Christ impulse. Angels proclaim beforehand what
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    • through the Christ Impulse
    • Lemurian epochs, we find that initially impulses and tendencies
    • precautions had to be taken for our etheric body; an impulse had to
    • earthly humanity into seven groups. This impulse that was to
    • impulses interfered in evolution was to create unity among human
    • impulses.
    • the world in the name of Christ, through the Christ impulse,
    • impulse, rather than in harmony with it.
    • impulse. Based on true knowledge, we can say Christ is our savior who
    • Christ impulse, and this is connected with the fact that this
    • that the Christ impulse has worked in the earth aura for the last two
    • emphasized, this Christ impulse can only be fully understood through
    • increase. To expect modern humanity to understand the Christ impulse
    • from within by the Christ impulse. One of the chief tasks of the
    • look to the Christ impulse as the one combating them and saving
    • the earth from this one-sided luciferic-ahrimanic impulse. This
    • their appearance, but the Christ impulse triumphs and recreates from
    • understanding of the Christ impulse. What developed at the same time
    • war against the Christ impulse. And it will be one of the greatest,
    • working in accordance with the Christ impulse. However, what can be
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    • pupil perceives it; and as there is a strong imitative impulse,
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    • pupil perceives it; and as there is a strong imitative impulse,
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    • impulses also, it encounters many persons who feel drawn towards such
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    • "Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times."
    • factors and impulses of modern civilisation. And if we knew how to
    • wisdom. It is received without understanding, although as an impulse
    • transformed by impulses of feeling and of will, together with
    • realm where the being of man has an impulse to destroy, to blot out,
    • instincts and thence turn into a social impulse.
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    • "Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times."
    • factors and impulses of modern civilisation. And if we knew how to
    • wisdom. It is received without understanding, although as an impulse
    • transformed by impulses of feeling and of will, together with
    • realm where the being of man has an impulse to destroy, to blot out,
    • instincts and thence turn into a social impulse.
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    • do so, if instead of instincts and impulses, which are bound to work
    • anti-moral impulses, out of what works as evil from his egoism. Hence
    • filled through and through with the moral impulses we ourselves lay
    • thrown back into chaos, moral impulses can find their way, then we
    • moral and anti-moral impulses unite with the chaos inside us, that it
    • the Christ Impulse, when he forms and fashions them as they should be
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    • do so, if instead of instincts and impulses, which are bound to work
    • anti-moral impulses, out of what works as evil from his egoism. Hence
    • filled through and through with the moral impulses we ourselves lay
    • thrown back into chaos, moral impulses can find their way, then we
    • moral and anti-moral impulses unite with the chaos inside us, that it
    • the Christ Impulse, when he forms and fashions them as they should be
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    • the form of moral impulses.
    • to know that there is a power in the Christ Impulse through
    • recorded in history. The Ahrimanic impulse entered into earthly
    • impulse in the fifteenth century, at the dawn of the Fifth
    • quickened to creative life in that region where moral impulses
    • resurrection as moral impulses. To this extent, such a philosophy
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    • the form of moral impulses.
    • to know that there is a power in the Christ Impulse through
    • recorded in history. The Ahrimanic impulse entered into earthly
    • impulse in the fifteenth century, at the dawn of the Fifth
    • quickened to creative life in that region where moral impulses
    • resurrection as moral impulses. To this extent, such a philosophy
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • great impulses, the great manifestations of forces which pervade the
    • post-Atlantean epoch of culture. The impulse of the Mystery of
    • in which the Christ-Impulse has influenced mankind since the Mystery
    • the centuries which have elapsed since that time, the Christ-Impulse
    • Christ-Impulse does not only appeal in an intellectual way to human
    • impulse. The Christ-Impulse streams with living strength into the
    • event in order to understand how the Christ-Impulse worked in
    • Christ-Impulse; but this Impulse already worked as a living force in
    • might say, the Christ-Impulse and brought about through it important
    • the Christ-Impulse lived in the Maid of Orleans that a living Impulse
    • understanding could not the Christ-Impulse, this impulse worked through the
    • influence of the Christ-Impulse does not depend on the comprehension
    • we have for it. I might say that the Christ-Impulse penetrated into
    • strength, all the passionate impulses of the human soul, so that it
    • the legend describes the forces of the Christ-Impulse which strongly
    • also the forces of the Christ-Impulse can in those days particularly
    • granted that the Christ-Impulse must have worked subconsciously
    • enlightened by the Christ-Impulse. In that case, the Maid of Orleans
    • January 6th the Christ-Impulse must have taken hold of her soul,
    • these must have been the days chosen to implant the Christ-Impulse
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    • great impulses, the great manifestations of forces which pervade the
    • post-Atlantean epoch of culture. The impulse of the Mystery of
    • in which the Christ-Impulse has influenced mankind since the Mystery
    • the centuries which have elapsed since that time, the Christ-Impulse
    • Christ-Impulse does not only appeal in an intellectual way to human
    • impulse. The Christ-Impulse streams with living strength into the
    • event in order to understand how the Christ-Impulse worked in
    • Christ-Impulse; but this Impulse already worked as a living force in
    • might say, the Christ-Impulse and brought about through it important
    • the Christ-Impulse lived in the Maid of Orleans that a living Impulse
    • understanding could not the Christ-Impulse, this impulse worked through the
    • influence of the Christ-Impulse does not depend on the comprehension
    • we have for it. I might say that the Christ-Impulse penetrated into
    • strength, all the passionate impulses of the human soul, so that it
    • the legend describes the forces of the Christ-Impulse which strongly
    • also the forces of the Christ-Impulse can in those days particularly
    • granted that the Christ-Impulse must have worked subconsciously
    • enlightened by the Christ-Impulse. In that case, the Maid of Orleans
    • January 6th the Christ-Impulse must have taken hold of her soul,
    • these must have been the days chosen to implant the Christ-Impulse
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    • in the form, I might say, of moral impulses. This had to be
    • rescued. The moral impulse had to be rescued for man.
    • the bearer of a moral impulse
    • This moral impulse had, as
    • was the Christ Impulse which has arisen from the Mystery of Golgotha
    • centuries the moral impulse was borne by the Christian impulse.
    • impulse.
    • A new impulse arose towards
    • the middle of the 15th century, an impulse which completely severed
    • Golgotha ... the moral impulse will continue from there, but what was
    • pagan wisdom, it does not contain a moral impulse. You may study as
    • but you will never be able to draw a moral impulse out of this
    • containing, as natural science, moral impulses.
    • be able to produce moral impulses out of its own nature. A new
    • a moral science, and this was simultaneously a moral impulse.
    • as such, devoid of moral impulses. Moral impulses must be
    • gained through a super-sensible knowledge. Since the social impulses
    • must, after all, be moral impulses, no true social knowledge, and not
    • even a sum of social impulses can be imagined, unless man rises to
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    • in the form, I might say, of moral impulses. This had to be
    • rescued. The moral impulse had to be rescued for man.
    • the bearer of a moral impulse
    • This moral impulse had, as
    • was the Christ Impulse which has arisen from the Mystery of Golgotha
    • centuries the moral impulse was borne by the Christian impulse.
    • impulse.
    • A new impulse arose towards
    • the middle of the 15th century, an impulse which completely severed
    • Golgotha ... the moral impulse will continue from there, but what was
    • pagan wisdom, it does not contain a moral impulse. You may study as
    • but you will never be able to draw a moral impulse out of this
    • containing, as natural science, moral impulses.
    • be able to produce moral impulses out of its own nature. A new
    • a moral science, and this was simultaneously a moral impulse.
    • as such, devoid of moral impulses. Moral impulses must be
    • gained through a super-sensible knowledge. Since the social impulses
    • must, after all, be moral impulses, no true social knowledge, and not
    • even a sum of social impulses can be imagined, unless man rises to
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • Social Impulses for the Healing of Modern Civilization.
    • there is no true impulse for Freedom. Our
    • have any real impulse for it. And so it comes that our
    • strength which comes from the impulse of Freedom and
    • how to foster the impulse of Freedom weakens men and dooms
    • impulse for Freedom.
    • But to bring new religious impulses into life, for
    • like impulses dropped from on high that the teaching of
    • civilisation. But how were these impulses interpreted? At
    • of any altruistic or religious impulse, that it is incapable
    • foundation of freedom nor spreads abroad the impulse of
    • possibility of arriving at an impulse of freedom which shall
    • possibility for an impulse which shall be religious and at
    • the same time an impulse of brotherhood, and therefore the
    • sweeping impulse of freedom to evolve? And where does the
    • impulse exist for a communal life among men that is religious
    • actual brotherly impulse upon our earth is to be sought
    • enshrined in men's hearts those impulses of generous love
    • then, that of these three things : the impulse for Cosmogony,
    • the impulse for Freedom, the impulse for Altruism, Asia
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    • Social Impulses for the Healing of Modern Civilization.
    • there is no true impulse for Freedom. Our
    • have any real impulse for it. And so it comes that our
    • strength which comes from the impulse of Freedom and
    • how to foster the impulse of Freedom weakens men and dooms
    • impulse for Freedom.
    • But to bring new religious impulses into life, for
    • like impulses dropped from on high that the teaching of
    • civilisation. But how were these impulses interpreted? At
    • of any altruistic or religious impulse, that it is incapable
    • foundation of freedom nor spreads abroad the impulse of
    • possibility of arriving at an impulse of freedom which shall
    • possibility for an impulse which shall be religious and at
    • the same time an impulse of brotherhood, and therefore the
    • sweeping impulse of freedom to evolve? And where does the
    • impulse exist for a communal life among men that is religious
    • actual brotherly impulse upon our earth is to be sought
    • enshrined in men's hearts those impulses of generous love
    • then, that of these three things : the impulse for Cosmogony,
    • the impulse for Freedom, the impulse for Altruism, Asia
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    • The impulse,
    • Earth. Had the Christ-Impulse only been able to work through
    • the Christ-Impulse when he himself, being converted, made
    • impulse of Christ. Truly, these men could not understand what
    • could reach to what the Christ-Impulse was in its reality.
    • Where, then, did the Christ-Impulse really appear, in an
    • In a peculiar kind of vision, the Christ-Impulse manifested
    • mission. There had to be present in her soul the impulses
    • Christ-Impulse. They had to be there in her soul. How should
    • anything of the deeper impulses flowing through the evolution
    • their way into the impulses of this renewal, this rebirth.
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    • The impulse,
    • Earth. Had the Christ-Impulse only been able to work through
    • the Christ-Impulse when he himself, being converted, made
    • impulse of Christ. Truly, these men could not understand what
    • could reach to what the Christ-Impulse was in its reality.
    • Where, then, did the Christ-Impulse really appear, in an
    • In a peculiar kind of vision, the Christ-Impulse manifested
    • mission. There had to be present in her soul the impulses
    • Christ-Impulse. They had to be there in her soul. How should
    • anything of the deeper impulses flowing through the evolution
    • their way into the impulses of this renewal, this rebirth.
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    • Impulse. To these peoples living all over Europe it was only
    • Impulse were to be kindled by the thought of the Christ
    • also be aware that through the mighty Impulse which we call
    • the Christ Impulse, man can overcome the forces that led him
    • such as these enable us to understand that an impulse
    • peoples with the advent of Christianity. An impulse of a
    • deepest depth on the physical plane, that the Christ Impulse
    • birthday, denoting the impulse given for man's reascent
    • the next there was a Play depicting the impulse which brought
    • the Christ Impulse.
    • Impulse that was a reality for the souls of a certain epoch
    • if this Christ Impulse is to be renewed, stimuli quite
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    • Impulse. To these peoples living all over Europe it was only
    • Impulse were to be kindled by the thought of the Christ
    • also be aware that through the mighty Impulse which we call
    • the Christ Impulse, man can overcome the forces that led him
    • such as these enable us to understand that an impulse
    • peoples with the advent of Christianity. An impulse of a
    • deepest depth on the physical plane, that the Christ Impulse
    • birthday, denoting the impulse given for man's reascent
    • the next there was a Play depicting the impulse which brought
    • the Christ Impulse.
    • Impulse that was a reality for the souls of a certain epoch
    • if this Christ Impulse is to be renewed, stimuli quite
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    • we understand the mighty impulse of the Buddha as it flamed up in a
    • centuries before the Christ Impulse was destined to dominate Western
    • universe, for the Christ Impulse is a unique event and to deny
    • at the Christ Impulse, grows conscious of his union with One Whose
    • and the sense of union with a primeval wisdom. The Christ Impulse
    • impulses, perceptions and feelings as give meaning to human
    • by a purely Christian impulse, looks out upon the world as Faust
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    • we understand the mighty impulse of the Buddha as it flamed up in a
    • centuries before the Christ Impulse was destined to dominate Western
    • universe, for the Christ Impulse is a unique event and to deny
    • at the Christ Impulse, grows conscious of his union with One Whose
    • and the sense of union with a primeval wisdom. The Christ Impulse
    • impulses, perceptions and feelings as give meaning to human
    • by a purely Christian impulse, looks out upon the world as Faust
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    • fruitful impulses for the future — all these matters are
    • one hand, how a soul that is sick sends its impulses into the
    • social impulse.
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    • fruitful impulses for the future — all these matters are
    • one hand, how a soul that is sick sends its impulses into the
    • social impulse.
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    • impulses. He makes more use of his nervous system when he speaks; he
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    • impulses. He makes more use of his nervous system when he speaks; he
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    • everlasting impulse entered into human evolution; and so too, there
    • Christ impulse gazed at the dead figure on the Cross, at the
    • Nascimur. The early Christians, in whom the impulse of esoteric
    • of facts and discoveries of knowledge, but an impulse to an
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    • everlasting impulse entered into human evolution; and so too, there
    • Christ impulse gazed at the dead figure on the Cross, at the
    • Nascimur. The early Christians, in whom the impulse of esoteric
    • of facts and discoveries of knowledge, but an impulse to an
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    • unable to discover a reality in the world of moral impulses, we are,
    • impulses, if we were to say that they contain a force enabling them
    • if someone were to come along today and ascribe moral impulses to the
    • than that sphere which is also the source of the moral impulses.
    • they must ascribe a moral impulse to this atom, indeed, to every
    • sure, moral impulses, impulses of Nature, but these impulses are
    • same way in which moral impulses are endowed with life, with a life
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    • unable to discover a reality in the world of moral impulses, we are,
    • impulses, if we were to say that they contain a force enabling them
    • if someone were to come along today and ascribe moral impulses to the
    • than that sphere which is also the source of the moral impulses.
    • they must ascribe a moral impulse to this atom, indeed, to every
    • sure, moral impulses, impulses of Nature, but these impulses are
    • same way in which moral impulses are endowed with life, with a life
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • conceive of the Christ Mystery out of a fresh, new impulse.
    • spiritual and suprasensory impulses. This Christ descends from cosmic
    • impulses that belonged to a later period: purely materialistic
    • impulses.
    • that human beings had lived without the luciferic impulse. In that
    • relationship with everything spiritual that surges and pulses through
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • conceive of the Christ Mystery out of a fresh, new impulse.
    • spiritual and suprasensory impulses. This Christ descends from cosmic
    • impulses that belonged to a later period: purely materialistic
    • impulses.
    • that human beings had lived without the luciferic impulse. In that
    • relationship with everything spiritual that surges and pulses through
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    • impulses to be permeated by thoughts. Thoughts always interpenetrate
    • delight us, repel us. Feeling imbues our will impulses with life, and
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    • impulses to be permeated by thoughts. Thoughts always interpenetrate
    • delight us, repel us. Feeling imbues our will impulses with life, and
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    • Willensimpulse von Gedanken durchströmen zu lassen. Gedanken
    • Aus unserem Gefühl heraus führen wir unsere Willensimpulse
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    • indeed find its continuance as an important impulse of theosophical
    • aesthetic and the moral impulse. We must seek very deeply in the
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    • impulse to sacrifice, it is then unthinkable that he should feel
    • nature of the Christ-impulse. We are then able to understand the dim
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    • life a man does something, accomplishes something, the impulse of his
    • movement of a hand or the greatest of deeds, the impulse of the
    • healing and blessing, must proceed from a stronger impulse of will,
    • while a less important act comes from a weaker impulse. And in
    • strength of the impulse of the will. But only in a certain degree is
    • depend upon the strengthening of our impulses of will. In the
    • deeds certainly does depend upon the strength of our impulses of
    • necessitate any strengthening of the positive impulses of will,
    • renunciation of wishes, desires, and impulses of will which may
    • to follow the inclinations and impulses of the Cherubim; for they
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    • knowledge to inner moral impulses. Description of meditative
    • The seven-year periods as new impulses. The working of cosmic
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    • basic impulses of the anthroposophical movement.
    • moral impulses in the warm force of heart.
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    • receives impulses from the ego organization inasmuch as these
    • impulses of the ego organization take hold, first of all, of
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    • impulses are opposed by the activity of the astral body which
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    • Dornach we are working from esoteric impulses. People have
    • provided we succeeded in bringing true esoteric impulses into
    • capacity to heal will be born of the strong impulse to give
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    • association with Dornach? The true development of the impulse
    • a definite path must be taken. The impulse towards this path
    • this impulse you yourselves must continue to work in
    • impulses. The help that can be given will be given in the
    • theoretical ideas but with inner, moral impulses. Looking at
    • an impulse, to the way in which inner experience must be
    • already said that in the future, impulses will be given from
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    • contains direct impulses for the human organism. It is the
    • person follows his impulses and instincts; the free person
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    • to think about these things with the moral impulses that are
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    • impulse to recognize those who have similar aspirations. Such
    • him. Up to now I have not, inwardly, had the impulse only to
    • impulse to let the whole of my work and studies and knowledge
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    • itself was most of all affected in this sense. The impulse
    • we lay our fingers on the pulse of a human being. The number
    • of the pulse beats is an expression of the Old Sun evolution
    • Feel in the pulse's
    • Fühle in des Pulses Zahl
    • ought not to feel the pulse in the slipshod, mechanical way
    • the sun. In feeling the pulse we should be able also to feel
    • Feel in the pulse's number
    • Fühl in des Pulses Zahl
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    • the impulse may have been felt. The true path of spiritual
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    • but at the same time the moral and conventional impulses
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    • impulses of will. — How does the Ego generate impulses
    • impulses of will are connected with the earthly sphere, in
    • contrast to the impulses of thought and ideation which are
    • But how does the Ego, which holds together the impulses of
    • will, send these impulses into the organism? This is achieved
    • organism. An impulse of will proceeding from the Ego works
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    • perceptions, and we have our will impulses. But we experience
    • on its own. One receives the moral impulses into oneself as
    • impulses of soul. But if the assertions of natural science
    • impulses.
    • impulses into practice, by letting your deeds be fired by
    • enthusiasm and become impulses for deeds, work as
    • impulses that come to us, for example when we contemplate the
    • on in the world. — I mean the impulses that come to us
    • impulses take effect in a world in which a natural order
    • human moral impulses ray out from the earth into the
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    • truth all action is accompanied by impulses of feeling, and
    • progressively strengthening the impulse of will in our
    • ourselves any definite impulse of will when we sneeze! When
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    • the will-impulses that have flowed into them, the gaiety or
    • him. During sleep the thoughts and will-impulses which the
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    • as a child and to receive the other evolutionary impulses he
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    • receives the impulses at work in his thinking through the
    • thought-impulses spread especially across Africa, over to
    • stimulating current of thought, stemming from the impulses
    • thought-impulses of Galileo, Copernicus,
    • and others. Whereas the impulses of the Archai are contained
    • side, send impulses into men. And again we see a different
    • — single personalities were stirred by the impulses of
    • side represent the continuing stream of the impulses of the
    • how these two forms of thought-impulses in humanity actually
    • influenced by the impulses of the Spirits of Form. These
    • impulses brought to his soul treasures from earlier ages but
    • the earthly reflection of higher spiritual impulses confronts
    • with out of a certain impulse connected entirely with the
    • impulses spread a cover over what had been implanted by
    • develop the good, moral impulses they brought with them. They
    • impulses which press from East to West and are rooted in
    • are looking at Europe, in the West the impulses of the
    • impulses of the backward Spirits of Form (violet). You may
    • gradually understand them by studying impulses of the
    • preponderance of the impulses of the abnormal Archangeloi. It
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    • shall also draw his moral impulses.
    • impulses, springing from the soil of man's own being, did not
    • humanity. Moral impulses had then to be imparted together
    • from instincts and impulses within him. In those days men
    • could not yet, even when they awoke the impulse for it in
    • that his moral impulses may not fly off and be scattered in
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    • form. He was given a new impulse. This was because the
    • of moral intuition draw from it moral impulses.
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    • from which the heavenly impulses have been taken away by the
    • impulses of this nature lie at the very roots of the
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    • by its relation to the Christ-Impulse.
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    • by its relation to the Christ-Impulse.
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    • by its relation to the Christ-Impulse.
    • impulse. This the Christ incarnation. Hence Mystery of
    • new impulse, first recognized by the devils He had
    • condition. The Mystery of Golgotha brings a new impulse
    • century. The Christ Impulse in world evolution. Need
    • The spiritual impulses in Constantine and early
    • spiritual impulses behind the Mysteries. Destruction of
    • is an urgent need today for new impulses, thoughts and
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    • by its relation to the Christ-Impulse.
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    • by its relation to the Christ-Impulse.
    • with an important impulse in the development of Western
    • Already powerful evolutionary impulses are at work which are
    • materialistic theory of history spiritual impulses are of no
    • we have just seen in the decisive impulses of the eighth
    • matters, insight into the impulses which have determined
    • will to kindle an awareness of certain impulses inherent in
    • would exclude all spiritual impulses. This could not have
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    • by its relation to the Christ-Impulse.
    • impulses.
    • received a new impulse, then, in future incarnations, man
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    • by its relation to the Christ-Impulse.
    • Gnosis and in monachism. Now why did this powerful impulse of
    • that powerful and significant impulse behind the words of
    • Christ Jesus, an impulse that was not of this world, but
    • impulse which found fourfold expression in the Gospels shows
    • and has always disapproved of change, but a new impulse must
    • that sublime impulse which I have described above? Who first
    • Christ Jesus, were to speak today with the same impulse with
    • the reaction upon the human spirit of the impulse that Christ
    • force as the impulse which stimulates the seed to grow into
    • solid reality? To achieve this transformation a new impulse
    • impulse. What impulse is this? You will recall that we said
    • time the Mystery of Golgotha will bring a new impulse in
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    • by its relation to the Christ-Impulse.
    • processes of the Earth would be raised by a moral impulse to
    • necessary impulse through which this thinking can be raised
    • spiritual impulse that was brought by the Mystery of Golgotha
    • impulse? Just as the plant cannot fulfil its development if
    • will have to be abandoned because the impulse of the Mystery
    • Impulse can be realized.
    • Impulse was bestowed upon mankind.
    • Christ Impulse was implanted in the whole of Earth evolution.
    • Christ Impulse loses anything of its majesty or sublimity
    • Christ Impulse was necessary in order that the end of Earth
    • purpose that the Christ Impulse entered our Earth evolution
    • understanding of the Christ Impulse can gradually be
    • Impulse to the cosmic world order.
    • meaning with the new powers that the Christ Impulse has
    • are within the kingdom is granted the impulse of that living
    • with the external world. It is to Him that we owe the impulse
    • the Christ Impulse must be increasingly reinforced before
    • Impulse are ignored by those who are already aware of this
    • future Christ Impulse. A battle will ensue between the two
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    • by its relation to the Christ-Impulse.
    • demonstrate how important was the impulse that had entered
    • the powerful impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha must be
    • becomes a powerful impulse towards a new understanding of
    • dilemma, that the truths, the real impulses of the ancient
    • impulses of an unworthy initiate. And therefore, like John
    • persists after the new impulse has already begun to operate.
    • closely connected with that living impulse which I described
    • because those sublime impulses which Christ bequeathed to the
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    • by its relation to the Christ-Impulse.
    • impulses, the deep underlying forces that are at work in
    • the motives that determine their actions, impulses that are
    • often a continuation, a resurgence of certain impulses that
    • outstanding examples of the resurgence of ancient impulses in
    • certain facts connected with the great impulses of cosmic
    • Impulse into the historical life of mankind was not merely an
    • the Christ Impulse. There were some emperors. however, who
    • he conceived it, with the impulses proceeding from the other
    • realize that the new impulse had come from the spiritual
    • the measures and impulses which shaped society. The aims and
    • with the spiritual world-impulses and to stem the tide of
    • of the Christian impulse. To this end a festival was
    • spiritual impulse. And this is clearly reflected in the
    • impulse of the Roman empire has not ceased, that it still
    • antagonistic to the Roman empire, for the spiritual impulse
    • certain cosmic impulses and that it would have to take place
    • hidden impulses of Rome to a new site and so restore them to
    • and to transfer to her the enduring impulse of eternal Rome.
    • personality of Constantine psychic impulses were at work
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    • by its relation to the Christ-Impulse.
    • we seek to introduce new impulses into world evolution by
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    • by its relation to the Christ-Impulse.
    • that he could experience outside the body the hidden impulses
    • with solar impulses irradiating the Earth, with the forces of
    • the Moon impulse streaming into the Earth, with the forces of
    • stellar impulses and the impulses of the individual elemental
    • corpse, but, through the Christ Impulse that informs us since
    • today for the Christ Impulse to which I have so often
    • will only be possible when we grasp the Christ Impulse in all
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    • by its relation to the Christ-Impulse.
    • present epoch has need of new impulses, new thoughts and
    • ideas, and especially of those impulses and thoughts which
    • impulses, but to live in such a way that they were receptive
    • impulses which the super-sensible world (this world of
    • impulses he had received in the Mysteries. He was now singled
    • association with those impulses which existed not only
    • his feelings and impulses to the entire community in a spirit
    • develop thoughts or impulses which are sufficiently potent to
    • present age should be permeated with the impulses of
    • impulse, the desire to gain insight into these problems only
    • regarded simply as a bundle of impulses. He was proud of his
    • divine the ‘impulse’ which is imperative for its
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    • by its relation to the Christ-Impulse.
    • soul which is the source of the spiritual impulses. The soul
    • Cartesians defended spiritual impulses, and likewise the
    • impulses of human evolution and what happened historically. I
    • Constantine. For at that time powerful spiritual impulses
    • the Christ Impulse had been harnessed to the Conciliar
    • the Christ Impulse. If you compare these utterances of
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    • Efforts to create a perfect society based on non-spiritual impulses
    • realms of human thought and true spiritual impulses are bridged.
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    • Wisdom-filled impulses projecting from the realm of sleep
    • into everyday life. The spiritual and social impulse in the
    • of materialistic impulses — statement made by Henri
    • civilization becoming more external. New impulses in
    • of a genuine connection made between impulses to observe
    • century. Darwinism as an impulse from the past; Goethe's
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    • these 14 lectures on the spiritual impulses behind the Great War,
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    • impulses for their activities in the social sphere? It would
    • earth and never had the opportunity to let spiritual impulses
    • spiritual impulses. If they had had the opportunity to take
    • them and had been deprived of spiritual impulses while on
    • out its impulses. It cannot yet be done to any great extent,
    • brings impulses into modern life today are like a one-
    • is to get an idea, a feeling, an inner impulse for the need
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    • moral. When we wake up, the impulses we bring from this world
    • here on earth, the Christ impulse is the heart of the moral
    • beings encounter the Christ impulse here on the physical
    • all kinds of impulses based on wisdom at an instinctive level
    • — for these impulses are given in sleep — and are
    • they nevertheless represent one great impulse — to
    • up a spiritual impulse in their inner life and push on from
    • to look for inner spiritual impulses we now have a culture
    • impulse to go towards the life of the Spirit and set out on
    • spiritual impulses are needed in civilization. The most
    • energies and all kinds of impulses arising from the time
    • individual imbued with the impulses of the age who now
    • impulses should have taken over in the twenty-seventh
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    • unconscious impulses, lives something different — the
    • this world: to let impulses enter into their souls which are
    • important interests and impulses than to the purely personal
    • Some individuals have a true esoteric impulse, and I will
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    • growing numbers of impulses came into human evolution which
    • spirits who have given impulses to our civilization from the
    • need to live with inner impulses which they still prefer to
    • There are many such impulses. Let me give you just one
    • nineteenth-century impulses which destroy social life in the
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    • ourselves in all seriousness and dignity with the impulses
    • know to have come from quite different impulses than the art
    • genius has the same inner qualities and impulses as anyone
    • through heredity or education, to send impulses into the
    • world which is all around them. Thus the impulses will not
    • their own destinies. No impulses come to them from
    • And if human beings are not prepared to take up impulses
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    • you are following impulses given by the Spirits of Form, the
    • social laws and political impulses. They are actually doing
    • so now, but the laws and impulses are of correspondingly poor
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    • impulses of the fourth post-Atlantean age were alive in his
    • individual whose inner impulses really came from all the
    • when it came to the impulses in his heart and mind and
    • of the West — and if you add the fact that impulses for
    • principles and impulses discussed with reference to Russia
    • be the real impulse! It is much more important that such a
    • sympathies and antipathies. Other impulses must come into
    • governed by just one impulse — that the world ought to
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    • days its impulses were more instinctive in humans, for the
    • crowd of ahrimanic spirits still sent their impulses from the
    • onwards, these ahrimanic impulses — powers of
    • reasons and final impulses for events on earth can only be
    • impulse which has been living in many human souls since 1879
    • the phases of the Moon, and all impulses which reach the
    • impulses which Ahriman raises in their souls and, indeed,
    • much admired brilliant ideas and moral impulses —
    • people christen everything ‘moral impulse’‘
    • impulses which act as numerous ties to hold human beings to
    • impulse they brought from the life of the spirit in the 1840s
    • particular impulse from the spiritual world. If he trusts you
    • enough to speak openly about his impulses, he will speak of a
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    • thinking, the inner responses and the will impulses of human
    • impulses and inner responses. Events like these which play
    • work towards certain impulses. This was done quite
    • responses and will impulses. Those who understand the
    • processes of evolution do know, however, how impulses and
    • different will impulses, and to relate to the world in a
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    • connection between impulses to look at things on the basis of
    • first, impulses to consider life in a truly comprehensive
    • way, impulses altogether attuned to cosmic laws, and then
    • pulse through our forms of existence.
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    • effect of this is that they send their impulses into our view
    • but also into our inner feelings, our will impulses and even
    • impulses which would make every human being an independent
    • beings to develop independent ideas, feelings and impulses
    • century. From this time onwards, the old impulses based on
    • tribal membership today is speaking of impulses which are
    • the vicar, of the Christ, of the Christ impulse to create
    • true impulses. We shall not be able to change the labels on
    • if we are able to take a broader view of the impulses of life
    • physical side: external impulses, struggle for survival,
    • organic life if you give yourself up to impulses which came
    • spiritual impulses if they want to be able to grow younger
    • souls are taking in impulses which they will take with them
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    • impulses were cast down from the spiritual realm into the
    • been active in the feeling, will and mind impulses of human
    • which brought the full impulse for the development of
    • impulses to be instilled into humanity. If we consider how
    • descend had certain impulses which, among other things, were
    • spirits of light who sent their impulses into human souls
    • had certain impulses to follow the ancient human karma on
    • drive the impulses of the spirits of light from those human
    • souls and bring in their own impulses. If the spirits of
    • gets its impulses not only from the earth, but is also
    • arose from impulses which came from the spiritual world and
    • impulse to be creative. Ask people who have started journals
    • actually the transmission of impulses from the spiritual to
    • they perceive with the senses. Out of impulses which the
    • aim being to bring confusion into the impulses which want to
    • representative figures — the spiritual impulses which
    • insights and impulses which will help us to grow inwardly so
    • to penetrate the deeper, real impulses which have led to the
    • allowed him insight into many of the mysterious impulses
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    • impulse for reproduction would not continue beyond this time
    • the impulses for reproduction.
    • of light for its impulses will gradually come to an end. The
    • other impulses for the seventh post-Atlantean period of
    • civilization, in which procreation will be guided by impulses
    • All the impulses in our social life which reflect these
    • people enter consciously into the spiritual impulses that are
    • emotions, nor the will and, above all, not the will impulses.
    • but not the emotions, nor the will impulses. This is strange
    • whilst the will impulses were still those of the 1840s. The
    • aroused by rancour, by will impulses. In the nineteenth and
    • Marxism and became agitators still had the will impulses of
    • spiritual impulses are taken into account. There we can speak
    • spiritual impulses. History is therefore embryonic and not
    • really come to life if the anthroposophical impulses we have
    • woken up to reality. The book contains impulses which allow
    • the impulses of evolution in time. Delaisi, too, says: In
    • the impulses of spiritual life, I also regard it to be my
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    • when we have the impulse to act. When we undertake anything,
    • object, there must always be an impulse within us which induces
    • us to do this. These impulses, moreover, are gradually transformed
    • into habits, and we do not always need to bring our impulses to bear
    • life, our will impulses, as something ranging wholly beyond the
    • these three impulses characteristic of the human being our initial
    • how this is related to the three soul elements: the thought impulse,
    • the emotions, the impulse of will.
    • emotions, and our will impulses. If we reflect somewhat about our
    • soul component, with the impulses of will? There also we can present
    • and also the evil impulses of will that we have experienced; and the
    • strange thing is that, in the presence of the good impulses, One has
    • impulses present themselves to the soul before the person falls
    • something extremely important. Our will impulses work before we fall
    • of that which constitutes our will impulses: "This is not merely
    • Still more intimately by far are the will impulses in us connected
    • look back upon any good will impulses during the day, the effect of
    • impulses are connected with health and disease, with the life force
    • will impulses, although they are transmuted into actions, are
    • said, that our thought life not permeated by will impulses is least
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    • emotions, and the realm of will impulses — it should be
    • Here we shall begin with our life of will, of our will impulses, and
    • will impulses; and, when we influence our emotional life in an
    • unfavorable way, we may thus influence indirectly the will impulses.
    • one who observes closely how a will impulse comes about. We must
    • impulse. When the human being is awake, he is awake in thought, not
    • wills. Every time that we actually are goaded by an impulse to be
    • impulses to himself. Just as we explained to you yesterday that human
    • impulses. And this can be achieved only through self-mastery,
    • the impulses were given to men from above by the Gods, so will man
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    • Just because he had no affinity with impulses stemming from
    • through ancient impulses and traditions, powers which brought
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    • bodily development, through the impulse initiated by Christ.
    • spiritual impulses, engendered independently, must be
    • established in the soul, impulses which further the soul in
    • spiritual counterbalance is created by impulses that
    • effective impulses beneath. If one pays attention to what
    • start this venture in the 1890s? The impulse arose within him
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    • further the particular spiritual and cultural impulses at
    • further only if he cultivates impulses received directly from
    • receive from a different direction the impulse which through
    • understanding of the Christ Impulse can be seen at every
    • through impulses that are no longer provided by man's bodily
    • the '60s of that century. At that time remarkable impulses
    • achieve this, they will receive impulses which will come to
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    • soul impulses of a kind not perceptible to the ordinary
    • man's impulses and passions. (p. 231)
    • have been cast out of man's impulses and passions.”
    • pulsebeat is not always regular; it often becomes
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    • been used in the lectures of past weeks. Great impulses at
    • certain human beings just how strong such impulses are at a
    • impulses to be effective.
    • moment is that Brentano did not differentiate will impulses
    • impulse to action, Brentano would be concerned only with
    • one's love for it. Again, if the will impulse was against an
    • impulse than the one that influences us in assessing the
    • etheric bodies, so must what becomes an impulse towards good
    • about where in man the impulse to good or evil is active. All
    • moral impulses, or, put differently, he does not benefit from
    • them unless the astral impulses enter his consciousness. As
    • world, and in that world are the impulses of good. In the
    • impulses are based on instinct. That is not disputed, but
    • there are other aspects to the matter. Impulses for the good
    • they received the Christ impulse from their immediate
    • people are gradually losing the Christ impulse. Were people
    • received the Christ impulse anew they would have lost it
    • altogether. That is why it is essential that the impulse of
    • impulse directly to the kinds of issues we are continually
    • Christ impulse the way we did in our first incarnation after
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    • thoughts, feelings and will impulses cannot be applied to the
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    • explained. The impulse must arise from our feeling for what
    • arise through the Christ impulse. It is simply a fact that
    • the impulse to do so; nothing more arises through the body's
    • is particularly at work then are the will impulses from the
    • through our own inner impulses.
    • shadowy in this one unless through inner impulses of the kind
    • developed and so too, the impulse to be active in one or
    • he does will be based on the ideas and impulses of a
    • does not develop impulses of the kind that enable, not only
    • does not kindle spiritual impulses in himself, he cannot
    • impulses of a 27-year-old. At the same time what he lacked,
    • anything significant with his impulses and ideas, then he
    • possibility to carry out in practice the ideas and impulses
    • impulses are most certainly not those of 27-year-olds. Rather
    • impulses which from Britain laid the foundations for war
    • secret activities sprang from impulses that were of
    • acquainting himself with the guiding spiritual impulses
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    • the forces and impulses of the Occident; above all it wants
    • impulse. Things have come to such straits that in future the
    • themselves carry over impulses from one epoch to the next.
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    • matter in this way: With respect to his moral impulses the human
    • I sought, in fact, to find our moral impulses in this
    • wanted to say that this thinking can become the impulse for moral
    • sleep. One no longer needed any inner impulse for active inner
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    • matter in this way: With respect to his moral impulses the human
    • I sought, in fact, to find our moral impulses in this
    • wanted to say that this thinking can become the impulse for moral
    • sleep. One no longer needed any inner impulse for active inner
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    • therefore behaves according to the impulses it receives from
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    • impulses streaming towards us from all sides, certainly do
    • circle, for it must use an inner impulse in order continually
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    • impulse was supposed to be transmitted, leading to impulses
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    • earthly feeling of ourselves, — Earth-impulse living in
    • us. If we compare this impulse of Earth, this radial
    • Earth-impulse, to our consciousness of the vast sphere,
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    • arise ethical impulses; no-one knows where they come from.
    • that at some future time even these impulses will suffer
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    • som er gjennemtrengt av Kristusimpulsen, så kan vi si at
    • Kristusimpulsen. Som Golgatamysteriets virkninger er
    • forestillinger som fra da av er besjelet av Kristusimpulsen,
    • gå, minne oss om at det har vi Kristusimpulsen å
    • hvordan Kristusimpulsen ubevisst virker med i det, hvordan
    • Kristusimpulsen i seg. I den efteratlantiske tid skulle
    • Kristusimpulsen. I den lemuriske tid levet mennesket slik som
    • bevissthet om hvordan Kristusimpulsen litt efter litt
    • det skulle senere bli sagt til menneskeheten. Kristusimpulsen
    • være forbundet med Kristusimpulsen, - forat tenkningen som
    • tenkning har fått impulsen til det gjennem
    • kunne bare skje ved at Kristusimpulsen utgjød seg i den
    • Kristusimpulsen. Med det 15. århundre efter Kristus
    • Slik som Kristusimpulsen strømmer inn i
    • komme inn med Kristusimpulsen. Når barnet har lært
    • dager kan menneskeheten ennu ikke oppta Kristusimpulsen på
    • menneskehetskulturen, er det mulig å oppta Kristusimpulsen
    • gjennem tale- og tenkeevnen. Å lede Kristusimpulsen inn i
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    • som er gjennemtrengt av Kristusimpulsen, så kan vi si at
    • Kristusimpulsen. Som Golgatamysteriets virkninger er
    • forestillinger som fra da av er besjelet av Kristusimpulsen,
    • gå, minne oss om at det har vi Kristusimpulsen å
    • hvordan Kristusimpulsen ubevisst virker med i det, hvordan
    • Kristusimpulsen i seg. I den efteratlantiske tid skulle
    • Kristusimpulsen. I den lemuriske tid levet mennesket slik som
    • bevissthet om hvordan Kristusimpulsen litt efter litt
    • det skulle senere bli sagt til menneskeheten. Kristusimpulsen
    • være forbundet med Kristusimpulsen, - forat tenkningen som
    • tenkning har fått impulsen til det gjennem
    • kunne bare skje ved at Kristusimpulsen utgjød seg i den
    • Kristusimpulsen. Med det 15. århundre efter Kristus
    • Slik som Kristusimpulsen strømmer inn i
    • komme inn med Kristusimpulsen. Når barnet har lært
    • dager kan menneskeheten ennu ikke oppta Kristusimpulsen på
    • menneskehetskulturen, er det mulig å oppta Kristusimpulsen
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    • conditions of to-day and the new impulse which must enter science is
    • knowledge in the spirit of the Christ-impulse he will attain
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    • death, that within Him is a Christ-power, a Christ-impulse that must pass
    • again in a certain way in our own thinking, feeling and impulses of
    • intended to be a creative impulse for life.
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    • again in a certain way in our own thinking, feeling and impulses of
    • intended to be a creative impulse for life.
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse. Published in German as,
    • Mysterienwahrheiten und Weihnachtsimpulse. Alle Mythen und ihre Bedeutung.
    • impulses of our time?” With open mind we must observe
    • impulse of the time during that century.
    • any such impulses as occur in his writings. The open outlook,
    • of those impulses, whereby the humanity of the 19th century
    • century, we must look for this impulse of Philistinism
    • imagine what was living in Dupuis, as an impulse that passed
    • this impulse, which only found its most characteristic
    • different way — out of quite other forces and impulses
    • the definite impulse to preserve men from contact with those
    • have just described. It was one of the cardinal impulses of
    • impulses, has also the impulse to overcome every separate and
    • on the Christ-impulse, it was not the mere word that
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse. Published in German as,
    • Mysterienwahrheiten und Weihnachtsimpulse. Alle Mythen und ihre Bedeutung.
    • how the knowledge and awareness of super-sensible impulses working
    • with the real impulses that are connected with the Mystery of
    • an impulse planted by man in the stream of history can truly
    • Certain impulses — we may describe them here as
    • Christmas-impulses — take place in a given year; others
    • the successive Christmas impulses in historic evolution are
    • the impulses laid down in a given year have less incisive
    • power for the 33 years that follow, than the impulses of the
    • strongly his impulses will work into the next 33 years? Can
    • he gain any conception at all, as to whether his impulses are
    • be saved from the impulses of materialism.
    • no matter how profane the impulse of your speaking is —
    • fill us in our soul with active impulse. Thus it becomes the
    • underlying basis of our impulses of action — is the
    • impulse of our willing and our doing. Then we express the
    • impulses that lead in the other direction were there. Let us
    • requirements we shall derive the true and the right impulses.
    • old. Alas! to this day it is an all-pervading impulse of
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse. Published in German as,
    • Mysterienwahrheiten und Weihnachtsimpulse. Alle Mythen und ihre Bedeutung.
    • possible by that Impulse which is also the Impulse of the
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    • European Spiritual Impulses. It appears in the original German in
    • Nordische und Mitteleuropaeische Geisimpulse. Das Fest der Erscheinung
    • Norse and Middle European Spiritual Impulses.
    • Nordische und Mitteleuropaeische Geisimpulse. Das
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    • European Spiritual Impulses. It appears in the original German in
    • Nordische und Mitteleuropaeische Geisimpulse. Das Fest der Erscheinung
    • Norse and Middle European Spiritual Impulses.
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    • sensations and will impulses, and that the soul can really
    • investigator must apply the impulses of the will to his own
    • initiative, through our own impulse, if we change some
    • pedagogical impulses at a maturer age, our wishes and desires
    • impulses in ordinary life, and to a perception of the true nature
    • realities; we learn to know the will impulses objectively; that
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    • sensations and will impulses, and that the soul can really
    • investigator must apply the impulses of the will to his own
    • initiative, through our own impulse, if we change some
    • pedagogical impulses at a maturer age, our wishes and desires
    • impulses in ordinary life, and to a perception of the true nature
    • realities; we learn to know the will impulses objectively; that
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    • everything on earth which he fulfils out of the impulse of
    • impulses, instincts, passions and temperament, and everything
    • to the inner necessity, to his instincts, impulses, and passions.
    • of free impulses born out of pure thinking. But in the same
    • The impulse which
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    • everything on earth which he fulfils out of the impulse of
    • impulses, instincts, passions and temperament, and everything
    • to the inner necessity, to his instincts, impulses, and passions.
    • of free impulses born out of pure thinking. But in the same
    • The impulse which
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    • world, but wishes to take into his soul the impulse of life, he
    • the impulse of life, of something that is spiritually living;
    • thought, the living soul impulses, which we bring into this
    • the impulse which lived in them, in order to gain knowledge of
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    • world, but wishes to take into his soul the impulse of life, he
    • the impulse of life, of something that is spiritually living;
    • thought, the living soul impulses, which we bring into this
    • the impulse which lived in them, in order to gain knowledge of
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    • Nature; an impulse comes to the fore that seeks to have religious
    • everything that pulses and lives in the human being. If we
    • of all these instincts, give rise to our moral impulses, and the
    • existence of these moral impulses also makes us deduce from them
    • natural science. Why should the moral impulses and actions that
    • moral impulses as higher developed instincts and passions, but we
    • cannot gather the significance of moral impulses for the future
    • permeated psychically with passions, impulses and instincts,
    • earth that impulse which can lead him beyond the riddle of
    • — through that strengthening we obtain the impulse enabling
    • shall find our way through cosmic-moral impulses which have
    • become our own individual impulses, and by permeating ourselves
    • impulse and hope contained in human hearts.
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    • Nature; an impulse comes to the fore that seeks to have religious
    • everything that pulses and lives in the human being. If we
    • of all these instincts, give rise to our moral impulses, and the
    • existence of these moral impulses also makes us deduce from them
    • natural science. Why should the moral impulses and actions that
    • moral impulses as higher developed instincts and passions, but we
    • cannot gather the significance of moral impulses for the future
    • permeated psychically with passions, impulses and instincts,
    • earth that impulse which can lead him beyond the riddle of
    • — through that strengthening we obtain the impulse enabling
    • shall find our way through cosmic-moral impulses which have
    • become our own individual impulses, and by permeating ourselves
    • impulse and hope contained in human hearts.
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    • moral-religious impulses. But if we honestly stand upon the
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    • cannot yet unite the Christ-Impulse with what they see in the
    • impulse to bring humanity forward! If this could be realised, science
    • just seek the origin of those impulses which to-day oppose each other
    • which dwells as an impulse from the Mystery of Golgotha and the notes
    • transform the Christmas thought into an impulse; and while looking up
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    • cannot yet unite the Christ-Impulse with what they see in the
    • impulse to bring humanity forward! If this could be realised, science
    • just seek the origin of those impulses which to-day oppose each other
    • which dwells as an impulse from the Mystery of Golgotha and the notes
    • transform the Christmas thought into an impulse; and while looking up
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    • yet; they cannot yet unite the Christ impulse with what they see in
    • directly have an impulse to bring humanity forward. If only this
    • let us look once for the origin of those impulses that oppose each
    • impulses originate? Where does everything originate that makes the
    • mystery — it can serve as an impulse resounding in the soul.
    • thought become an impulse in us. By looking up to this Christmas
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    • yet; they cannot yet unite the Christ impulse with what they see in
    • directly have an impulse to bring humanity forward. If only this
    • let us look once for the origin of those impulses that oppose each
    • impulses originate? Where does everything originate that makes the
    • mystery — it can serve as an impulse resounding in the soul.
    • thought become an impulse in us. By looking up to this Christmas
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    • now, the third time, the impulse for what I have to say will
    • receive spiritual revelations as an impulse for good. The
    • impulse for good they received through it; the less they were
    • able to perceive, the less the impulse for good they
    • develop the impulse to penetrate to what was spiritual, was
    • people a special impulse to enter energetically into the task
    • recognize the gift of an impulse towards a knowledge
    • been the impulse for all the attainments of civilization of
    • expression, the impulse upwards. That was the external result
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    • was able to give the impulse for all that was best and of
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    • being and gave the impulse to post-Atlantean civilization in
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    • Jehovah assumed through the entrance of a new impulse six
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    • come in the flesh to give the necessary impulse so that in
    • time, the impulse whereby all the qualities of the eight-fold
    • period of the influx of the Buddha impulse — it will
    • descend into it (which happened only once), an impulse so
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    • receive so powerful an impulse that those who could rise to
    • development of this mighty impulse. Therefore we ask
    • experienced as a single impulse of a great outstanding
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    • Himself; so that man might receive an impulse to a more
    • reference to a new impulse that was being implanted in
    • pervaded by this new impulse, so also is that which follows,
    • impulses, and will-power. These were exercised either under
    • heal by the impulse of His own ego; by such means healings
    • impulse. Next we are told how the force that was incorporated
    • an impulse for earthly evolution, and has gradually united
    • Christ-impulse would, however, fail of its mission if it were
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    • impulse towards a new initiation, comes the teaching given by
    • through the Impulse of Christ it has become possible for men
    • Impulse. In other words Men will be able in time to enter the
    • become possible through the impulse imparted by Christ. This
    • with the impulse brought to them by Christ.
    • impulse?’ The answer is, ‘The life-giving Spirit-
    • man, if that for which I am the impulse, is to develop
    • impulse.’
    • constructed this foundation, what the Christ-impulse can
    • when they confess the Impulse of Christ.’
    • man with the Christ-Impulse — that it meant the
    • and because Christ is the impulse to this initiation, in the
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    • spiritual realms to give humanity a forward impulse in
    • when a God is to come down to Earth to give an upward impulse
    • developed so far that the Christ-impulse comes to meet
    • Christ-impulse. In future ages all humanity will be able to
    • regards the impulse brought by Christ to men.
    • an Impulse — an Original Cause. It
    • the divine Impulse coming from the ‘Son of the living
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    • Ones, new qualities, new impulses for the progressive evolution of
    • arose the Vedic poets. The region permeated with the mighty impulse
    • so deepen our feelings, ideas, and impulses that the powers of soul
    • as man, who bears within himself the enemies of his good impulses,
    • impulses, so we can also find in man the imprint of the other
    • man: Ormuzd as the impulse towards perfection, and Ahriman as the
    • impulse in opposition to this. But the spiritual activities of the
    • and semi-human impulses. These oppose his entry into the true life of
    • impulse which Zarathustra gave to the men of his epoch lay in the
    • in the documents of a later era. Inspired by the inner impulse of his
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    • Ones, new qualities, new impulses for the progressive evolution of
    • arose the Vedic poets. The region permeated with the mighty impulse
    • so deepen our feelings, ideas, and impulses that the powers of soul
    • as man, who bears within himself the enemies of his good impulses,
    • impulses, so we can also find in man the imprint of the other
    • man: Ormuzd as the impulse towards perfection, and Ahriman as the
    • impulse in opposition to this. But the spiritual activities of the
    • and semi-human impulses. These oppose his entry into the true life of
    • impulse which Zarathustra gave to the men of his epoch lay in the
    • in the documents of a later era. Inspired by the inner impulse of his
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    • destiny, happiness and moral impulses. For the ancient Egyptian said
    • were the first to give the great spiritual impulses to mankind in
  • Title: Lecture: Hermes
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    • destiny, happiness and moral impulses. For the ancient Egyptian said
    • were the first to give the great spiritual impulses to mankind in
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    • interesting to learn the real impulse of the insect which flutters
    • impulse works upon us when with the right inner feeling we say
    • impulses of the will. He described it all quite clearly. They then came
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    • interesting to learn the real impulse of the insect which flutters
    • impulse works upon us when with the right inner feeling we say
    • impulses of the will. He described it all quite clearly. They then came
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    • “Goetheanism as an impulse for man's transformation”
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    • “Goetheanism as an impulse for man's transformation”
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    • manner of manifestations — thoughts, feelings, impulses of will,
    • impulses of will-expressions, that is, of the inner nature and being of
    • paralysed and the will-impulses have ceased to work, we experience in
    • soul as spiritual experience. Power came to them with the impulses they
    • day life of soul, these forces require the fresh impulse that comes from
    • impulses went forth from the places of the Mysteries which gave man the
    • impulses for the life of the following day than we should be able to
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    • manner of manifestations — thoughts, feelings, impulses of will,
    • impulses of will-expressions, that is, of the inner nature and being of
    • paralysed and the will-impulses have ceased to work, we experience in
    • soul as spiritual experience. Power came to them with the impulses they
    • day life of soul, these forces require the fresh impulse that comes from
    • impulses went forth from the places of the Mysteries which gave man the
    • impulses for the life of the following day than we should be able to
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    • of its aims. He follows the impulses of his nature without
    • having any insight into these impulses. And yet he must own to
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    • of its aims. He follows the impulses of his nature without
    • having any insight into these impulses. And yet he must own to
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    • Christ-Impulse is developed in man, will humanity ascend.
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    • sense and inmost impulse and made the guide of human life.
    • understood in its true impulse it is not to be referred to
    • depends on the warm pulse-beat in the breast and on the
    • this world-impulse; in future ages, however, they will
    • within hit then the impulses of love, the waves of love,
    • this new impulse man has enriched the old bond of love that
    • sense through receiving the impulse of Christ Jesus are
    • when humanity acts in the sense of the Christ Impulse. As one
    • aims which pulse through his will and make his forces
    • as the impulse given for the future, for action and deed.
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    • antipathy — inner spiritual impulses were present,
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    • instincts, impulses and desires, as also of all his thoughts
    • the lowest impulses to the highest ethical ideals.
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    • upon his successors. Previously other impulses than the
    • had to be preserved by a new impulse from slipping completely
    • deeply. A stronger impulse, in fact, the strongest, had to
    • who gave the impulse to new spiritual life. We owe to the
    • mighty impulse which came through Christ Jesus such upward
    • descent. There were always spiritual impulses present in this
    • same time this age had to receive an impulse through the
    • had to receive the impulse of Christ Jesus. That which
    • have acquired will become the impulse of love in the sixth
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    • what is to fire our will and our impulses for the future. We
    • good impulses in the soul may remain unrecognized. It is
    • whether he has exercised good or evil impulses, will be
    • left behind. They will show the evil passions, impulses and
    • stronger impulses to live into the future and to do our share
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    • gives the most important impulse to the earth's evolution,
    • new impulses and new forces which have significance for the
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    • this Christ impulse becomes the innermost impulse of their
    • the impulse which descended to the physical world in the
    • impulse behind their activity, then the ascent takes place,
    • turned away from the impulse of Christ Jesus, and from the
    • savage impulses, will dwell in animal form in the abyss. And
    • Christ-impulse; why should not these have partaken in the
    • impulse of Christ Jesus? This is objected from the
    • of love. And the impulse which spiritualizes this love, which
    • but imparts it to the soul, is the great Christ-impulse in
    • Now, had only this one impulse of
    • impulse streaming from the Old Testament said: I and Father
    • disappeared in such a community but for the impulses which
    • beings who gave him the impulse not to allow his
    • not mature enough to be independent. Through the “I”-impulse
    • the impulse to independence, but he also brought the
    • have therefore to comprehend this impulse in this way; we
    • impulses, which could be acquired in the time before Christ
    • evolution a man ought only to have such impulses until a new
    • exercised in order to satisfy the lower impulses. But in the
    • certain dullness and bring in a spiritual impulse with mighty
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    • from those who after the great war will only have the impulse
    • which entered in as an impulse in the fourth age, he learns
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    • unconscious and unguarded impulses, instincts and passions,
    • neighbourhood of the present Ireland, the great impulse came
    • impulse towards complete individuality with the appearance of
    • impulse on earth have we begun to work consciously on our
    • directing force, that which gives the impulse — it is
    • group-soul. Then in the fifth age the first impulse to the
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    • not only the feelings, desires, impulses, etc., of the soul,
    • Christ-impulse, but if Christ is rejected they will remain
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    • great impulses his own which flow from John's Gospel, from
    • before our epoch, he acted from other impulses. His pictures
    • his etheric body that which later through the Christ-impulse
    • May it give you the impulse to penetrate more and more deeply
    • those who feel the impulse to penetrate more deeply into the
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    • Luziferisch-Ahrimanischen Impulses mit dem Christus-Jahve Impuls,
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    • impulses work, as a rule, against similarity of outward
    • not about themselves. The Christ Impulse brought to man the
    • With the Christ-Impulse there comes into evolution another stream,
    • Consciousness Soul. This impulse stemming from Augustus has been
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    • points to the Luciferic. So, too, does the impulse that is always
    • chiefly in the subconscious. In all the subconscious impulses
    • in man's nature, often subtle impulses, the Ahrimanic fortes mingle.
    • instincts, out of subtle subconscious impulses, or they even allow
    • healthy social impulses, is of an Ahrimanic nature. The man of whom
    • than to enter concretely into spiritual processes and spiritual impulses
    • from an unconscious source the impulses he needed to guide him further.
    • moment he is born. The impulses of death are already laid in him and
    • the way of impulses leading to death is at the same time a force
    • impulses. You will soon see that these inherited moral impulses are,
    • These concrete impulses have a tremendous importance in life and should
    • be speaking of the connection of the Luciferic and Ahrimanic impulses
    • with the Christ-Jahve impulse, so that you may see how, in reality,
    • the Christ-Jahve impulse flows into these streams.
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    • grasping themselves as persons. The Christ Impulse brought men the
    • Impulse, another stream enters man's evolution; it speaks to the very
    • the point that can be reached through the Christ Impulse having
    • the Christ Impulse with the help of our original evolution. From this
    • never reached an understanding of the Christ Impulse. When was it,
    • century on, wrote about the Christ Impulse. Hence the writings about
    • the Christ Impulse from the third century onwards take on a special
    • people could be given an understanding of the Christ Impulse was to
    • the working of the Christ Impulse into mankind during the centuries
    • elements in knowledge about the Christ Impulse only by achieving
    • mankind concerning the Christ Impulse were really the dead, as you
    • Impulse brings in something different. It has nothing to do with the
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    • assistance of certain super-sensible impulses, it seems to me to be
    • impulses to the will. People often say: “I
    • bring active will-impulses into some particular sphere. Particularly
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    • the impulse to strive consciously for certain conceptions that were
    • the ghost of himself, moral spiritual impulses cannot get through.
    • science, will never allow that impulses for moral action come down
    • from the spiritual world. The moral impulses with which men work
    • forces were still strong; for people to-day, when impulses for action
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    • the Christ Impulse. Through the appearance of Mohammed and his
    • deepest evolutionary impulses of mankind. What was to have been
    • Impulse. Now the three things to which the wisdom is related are,
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    • beginning of our era without the working of the impulse of the
    • may say that even the impulses which were active in non-Christian
    • things, especially in Rome, when the impulse of the Mystery of
    • was defeated by the Christian impulse
    • particular, with his powerful initiation-impulse turned towards
    • feel at one with. And if the Christian impulse had not come at
    • super-sensible that was banished from the impulse of the Academy of
    • It may be said that the impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha has always
    • new impulses which flow out repeatedly from the spiritual world
    • state of mind which in essentials has come from the impulse of the
    • by those impulses in the past, they could have taken their ease
    • It lives on in the most varied impulses, derived, not from Palestine,
    • Christ Impulse. The persecution of the Christians by Nero, by
    • impulses at work in human evolution. But others are awake! And these
    • those who draw their principles, the impulses for what they do and
    • people who are not fully awake to the impulses at work in the
    • Impulse, science will not have reached its goal. Not only history
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    • An Impulse for the Future
    • Impulse for the Future given by Rudolf Steiner
    • possible to rescue of Dr. Steiner's impulses and words. To these also
    • light veil through which the impulses
    • impulse took place along with the great turning point [of history].
    • gave art a new impulse, which at first appeared through the works of
    • the impulse for freedom and responsibility to the spirit.
    • forces of eurythmy, carried by etheric impulses and the musical art
    • impulses. He was torn from us by death in 1925. He had to pay with
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    • An Impulse for the Future
    • Impulse for the Future given by Rudolf Steiner
    • possible to rescue of Dr. Steiner's impulses and words. To these also
    • light veil through which the impulses
    • impulse took place along with the great turning point [of history].
    • gave art a new impulse, which at first appeared through the works of
    • the impulse for freedom and responsibility to the spirit.
    • forces of eurythmy, carried by etheric impulses and the musical art
    • impulses. He was torn from us by death in 1925. He had to pay with
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    • the other hand are the impulses and passions of the Ego! The
    • with impulses, desires, and passions. If we have before us an
    • impulses and passions of an animal nature.
    • everything into moral impulses, even the classification of
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    • the other hand are the impulses and passions of the Ego! The
    • with impulses, desires, and passions. If we have before us an
    • impulses and passions of an animal nature.
    • everything into moral impulses, even the classification of
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    • the source of the impulse behind the transplantation of bolshevism
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    • social order resulting from the impulses of the modern age. I
    • impulses actually at work in the world. As I have repeatedly
    • view as a necessity embodying the impulse to realization. In
    • Sunday as constituting the necessary impulses leading to the
    • impelled to act by the impulses existent in the sequence of
    • impulses, and are different in what they will for themselves.
    • according to the impulses existing in the universal course of
    • more upward into consciousness — the impulse to bring
    • instinctive so long as the impulse is lacking to see the
    • experience that has its basis in historical impulses and
    • an impulse to support it. Before the consciousness awakes
    • nightmare. Just as all the impulses left over from Romanism
    • have their influence as ancient lingering impulses in the
    • in the West. The British-American impulse toward world empire
    • bolshevism into Russia was an impulse derived essentially
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    • impulses at work in world events, we must endeavor to find
    • a real interest in the matter of social impulses only with
    • branches and impulses. He will no longer continue to be
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    • harmonizing of his impulses and needs, or else to find these
    • the limited form of what bears the impulse within it to be
    • external things what he possessed inwardly as impulse,
    • beings from the sphere of mere arbitrary impulse and
    • to arbitrary impulses, and more or less accidentally. I beg
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    • antisocial impulses. It is really necessary to realize how
    • in him as an antisocial impulse. In a certain sense every
    • fact that man simply develops antisocial impulses when he
    • and regarding the antisocial impulses begotten by him as
    • impulses. Men are in this respect differentiated individually
    • antisocial impulses. If we possess a knowledge of human
    • organism. Thus the social and antisocial impulses present in
    • person is strongly inclined toward antisocial impulses. In
    • would thoroughly investigate their own antisocial impulses.
    • lesser degree. Indeed, individuals cause their will impulses,
    • imaginable and the most widespread antisocial impulses.
    • only the social impulses would find satisfaction in such a
    • state, and the antisocial impulses would immediately be
    • establish a state of paradise, the antisocial impulses would
    • through the action of the antisocial impulses. This is
    • period will manifest the antisocial impulses outwardly in
    • these antisocial impulses, he will bring about more or less
    • antisocial impulses often become entangled in such knots as
    • embody in themselves an antisocial impulse. The mere fact of
    • impulses, because being a member of the bourgeois class means
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    • evolutionary impulses in which the luciferic and ahrimanic
    • t6 be recognized as a strongly antisocial impulse. Thus we
    • antisocial impulses streaming today out of the depths of
    • social impulse among animals. The social impulses are inborn
    • are social impulses in the animal, antisocial impulses in
    • above what has developed as an antisocial impulse in him out
    • becomes manifest as an elemental impulse as a demand within
    • Christ impulse flows into mankind. We may thus say that, as
    • impulse, reveal all other wisdom, which comes to man between
    • that the Christ impulse, which had previously been only in a
    • without this impulse and it was the social element
    • crisis. It was necessary that the Christ impulse should be
    • Christ impulse, no social demand takes the direction leading
    • understanding of the Christ impulse because the Christ
    • impulse can be understood only in the spirit. Everything
    • The cultural impulse of the Old Testament is to be maintained
    • Christ impulse: In the fifth epoch, one; in the sixth epoch,
    • true Christ impulse, and what is related to the mere Jehovah
    • impulse must be superseded.
    • far-reaching endeavors of the Jehovah impulse will take
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    • impulses exist in him and must come to expression regardless
    • impulses, especially in our epoch of the consciousness soul,
    • errors are due to the fact that social impulses at the
    • manner of impulses and instincts due to the proletariat way
    • this fact. This impulse is dominant within the social
    • that is, the economic impulse and the impulse of spiritual
    • that these impulses, the economic and the spiritually
    • instinctive impulse that tends toward the development of the
    • what constitutes the primary impulse in the case of any
    • impulse to set men on their own feet, and to develop the
    • consciousness soul fully. The instinctive impulse drives in
    • self-seeking, and must rest upon impulses of a self-seeking
    • upon self-seeking impulses. Thus, they will look upon these
    • self-seeking impulses as something to be taken for granted,
    • dominant impulse toward self-seeking and power that is
    • have impulses that serve only a single people if he desires
    • their soul lives with those impulses to which we have here
    • would study instead the actual tasks and impulses of our own
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    • and the relation of Christmas night to the whole Christ-Impulse
    • this Christ Impulse stands before us, we may say, in a
    • threefold figure of the Christ-Impulse can have great
    • yet another figure the Christ-Impulse can come before our
    • cosmic Christ-Impulse, which expresses how man is eternally
    • impulse. As something yet infinitely more great and mighty than
    • knowledge, then approached the Christ-Impulse simply and
    • touched by the Christ-Impulse, and who is given up to those
    • old Pagan impulses with the Christ-Impulse. Apart from the
    • Christ-Impulse.
    • Cyprian is healed through the Christ-Impulse, in that he cast
    • aside the old magic to understand the Christ-Impulse in its
    • how the Christ-Impulse, which, with some recapitulations we
    • third figure, as it were a third aspect of the Christ-Impulse,
    • Christ-Impulse which shows us its preparation in the ‘Child.’
    • aspect of the Christ-Impulse: namely, that the highest thing in
    • And he has a right feeling for the Christ-Impulse, who
    • the divine impulses of the world. And that we must strive after
    • That is the wonderful thing — that the Christ-Impulse,
    • live in the world, and we may not scorn any of the impulses of
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    • and the relation of Christmas night to the whole Christ-Impulse
    • this Christ Impulse stands before us, we may say, in a
    • threefold figure of the Christ-Impulse can have great
    • yet another figure the Christ-Impulse can come before our
    • cosmic Christ-Impulse, which expresses how man is eternally
    • impulse. As something yet infinitely more great and mighty than
    • knowledge, then approached the Christ-Impulse simply and
    • touched by the Christ-Impulse, and who is given up to those
    • old Pagan impulses with the Christ-Impulse. Apart from the
    • Christ-Impulse.
    • Cyprian is healed through the Christ-Impulse, in that he cast
    • aside the old magic to understand the Christ-Impulse in its
    • how the Christ-Impulse, which, with some recapitulations we
    • third figure, as it were a third aspect of the Christ-Impulse,
    • Christ-Impulse which shows us its preparation in the ‘Child.’
    • aspect of the Christ-Impulse: namely, that the highest thing in
    • And he has a right feeling for the Christ-Impulse, who
    • the divine impulses of the world. And that we must strive after
    • That is the wonderful thing — that the Christ-Impulse,
    • live in the world, and we may not scorn any of the impulses of
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    • Spiritual Science has reached to-day. The same great impulse
    • impulse towards Science, but it was an impulse which is very
    • created the impulse in the human mind to admit that we cannot
    • his pulse by the regular swinging of the lamp and thus
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    • Spiritual Science has reached to-day. The same great impulse
    • impulse towards Science, but it was an impulse which is very
    • created the impulse in the human mind to admit that we cannot
    • his pulse by the regular swinging of the lamp and thus
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    • connected with a very significant law. Impulses recognized as
    • lower impulses in men on earth are, from the spiritual side,
    • experiences the rising of lower impulses as the result of
    • The Dead enters into those impulses which live themselves
    • impulses may be aroused. Naturally, there is only danger for
    • in yonder world can become lower impulses when it is within us
    • thoughts, our feelings, our impulses of will, are all concerned
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    • method of research, stimulated by the Darwinian impulse, was
    • impulses and passions and other facts belonging to the
    • hamper intuition. If both impulses are only present in
    • impulses of will and your actions, these lectures will have
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    • impulses and passions and other facts belonging to the
    • hamper intuition. If both impulses are only present in
    • impulses of will and your actions, these lectures will have
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    • one. During this period, the hereditary impulses cannot work on
    • which man has these impulses fully developed is already passed.
    • unconscious impulses towards his new calling; and into this,
    • work nearly so much. For in this epoch the impulses of his
    • former calling. But in the following period the impulses no
    • impulses, then he can also understand what social needs can be
    • So do unconscious impulses play into our human life.
    • impulses which must come from the Eastern World, and,
    • pulses and flows through our movement could have been nicely
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    • one. During this period, the hereditary impulses cannot work on
    • which man has these impulses fully developed is already passed.
    • unconscious impulses towards his new calling; and into this,
    • work nearly so much. For in this epoch the impulses of his
    • former calling. But in the following period the impulses no
    • impulses, then he can also understand what social needs can be
    • So do unconscious impulses play into our human life.
    • impulses which must come from the Eastern World, and,
    • pulses and flows through our movement could have been nicely
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    • upward to mighty impulses surging through the stream of human
    • Christ impulse, but at first in a premature form — is the
    • impulses working upon it are distributed in time. Let us
    • existence: he enters life filled with the impulse of the
    • impulses, and transforms from the spiritual world gifts
    • as the impulse of the Christ. We touch upon a
    • can feel in connection with the Christ impulse, not
    • “How may I experience the Christ impulse within my own
    • Now, my dear friends, that which we may call the Christ impulse
    • new revelation, the new Christ impulse of our
    • such a person will sense the new impulse if only he pays heed
    • impulse makes itself felt by you, warning you, pointing
    • to the truth, an impulse which will not permit untruth to
    • appearance, the living impulse of the Christ. No one
    • Christ impulse in the second form.
    • impulse in these thoughts. For this is the goal toward which
    • that it places us amid the impulses of cosmic evolution,
    • unison with these divine impulses in the evolution of the
    • He creates the impulse in our hearts today to look upon His
    • through the impulses coming from the world of which He
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    • upward to mighty impulses surging through the stream of human
    • Christ impulse, but at first in a premature form — is the
    • impulses working upon it are distributed in time. Let us
    • existence: he enters life filled with the impulse of the
    • impulses, and transforms from the spiritual world gifts
    • as the impulse of the Christ. We touch upon a
    • can feel in connection with the Christ impulse, not
    • “How may I experience the Christ impulse within my own
    • Now, my dear friends, that which we may call the Christ impulse
    • new revelation, the new Christ impulse of our
    • such a person will sense the new impulse if only he pays heed
    • impulse makes itself felt by you, warning you, pointing
    • to the truth, an impulse which will not permit untruth to
    • appearance, the living impulse of the Christ. No one
    • Christ impulse in the second form.
    • impulse in these thoughts. For this is the goal toward which
    • that it places us amid the impulses of cosmic evolution,
    • unison with these divine impulses in the evolution of the
    • He creates the impulse in our hearts today to look upon His
    • through the impulses coming from the world of which He
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • imbue his feeling, thinking and his will-impulses in gazing
    • the lower senses. The first impulse to fight and overcome it
    • returning. But whoever has become familiar with the impulses
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    • imbue his feeling, thinking and his will-impulses in gazing
    • the lower senses. The first impulse to fight and overcome it
    • returning. But whoever has become familiar with the impulses
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    • Cosmic Christianity and the Impulse of Michael
    • Impulse of Michael
  • Title: Cosmic Christianity: Contents
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    • Impulse
    • — Christianity in the hearts of men. The Impulse of Michael
  • Title: Cosmic Christianity: Introduction
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    • the Anthroposophical Movement is to provide the impulse that is
    • impulses to be found in his environment; he tries to understand his
    • been with us; ever since then the Christ Impulse has been working in
    • which the Christ Impulse has passed, warming the hearts and
    • things are permeated by the Christ Impulse. They are there
    • side-by-side with the Christ Impulse. Indeed many men are at pains to
    • prevent the influence of the Christ Impulse finding its way into the
    • understand how the Christ Impulse can flow through modern
    • human beings carry over into later epochs the thoughts, the impulses
    • civilisation. Yet there is no trace whatever of the Christian Impulse
    • is extremely superficial compared with the real impulse that was
    • of the Christian Impulse.
    • Michael Rulership, that is to say the entry of the Sun-Impulse
  • Title: Cosmic Christianity: Lecture II
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    • Haeckel. Lord Bacon of Verulam. Amos Comenius. The Michael Impulse.
    • spiritual impulses of very different kinds are working in our present
    • Impulse in many things where there is at first no evidence of it. But
    • impulse to ensure that the kind of thinking, the world-conception
    • incarnations marked the culmination of a certain epoch. The impulse
    • forcefulness spread the impulses given by Aristotle over wide areas
    • of the then known world. This impulse was still working in Asia in
    • had reached a certain culmination. The impulses of ancient
    • a new and mighty impulse whereby a particular form of Christianity
    • inauguration of this impulse that Alexander and Aristotle dedicated
    • impulses but giving none of any significance themselves. That was to
    • experienced formed itself into the impulse which remained alive in
    • them — the impulse to ensure that the new Michael Rulership, to
    • should be dominated by the impulse that had taken such firm root in
    • strength to the impulse, so that from this meeting two streams went
    • through the impulses of the Michael Rulership, Aristotelianism was to
    • deep-rooted impulses of the soul and not external similarity of
    • that one can perceive how deeply this impulse is rooted in his soul.
    • Raschid impulses of soul which now encountered something that had
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  • Title: Cosmic Christianity: Lecture III
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    • lectures here have made it clear that in our own epoch the Impulse of
    • Michael sends his impulses through the evolution of humanity in the
    • what kind of impulses are these cosmic Sun-forces?
    • connected with an impulse which streams into earthly civilisation as
    • our impulses are again to pour through earthly civilisation, it is on
    • which enabled them to give direction and definition to the impulses
    • what is wisdom before God is foolishness before men. The impulse
    • impulse which will lead to a deeper understanding of the truths of
    • battling for Christ and the real Christ Impulse. It was simply that
    • the rays of the Sun. Within the Grail stream the Christ Impulse takes
    • Impulse, having come down to the earth, must hence-forward be carried
    • as an impulse in the world.
    • the Grail, the super-sensible, invisible impulses made their way, not
    • Impulse working on in earthly evolution in the sense of the
    • down-pouring Impulse of the Sun.
    • Christianity, namely that the Christ Impulse had come down from the
    • world. The impulse of which these two individualities were the
    • with him the impulse that was necessary, and within the Dominican
    • in whom the impulses of paganism still echoed on but who were
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  • Title: Cosmic Christianity: Lecture IV
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    • impulses from those of its founder. We may frequently see in history
  • Title: Cosmic Christianity: Lecture VI
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    • — Christianity in the hearts of men. The Impulse of Michael.
    • Impulse, has only been able to live on within the European and
    • Impulse upon the earth, existed in earlier times.
    • the impulses necessary for the tasks they had set themselves, for
    • born in the depths below, receive the power of the Sun, the impulse
    • Impulse which was then streaming away from the Sun and was living in
    • time of the Mystery of Golgotha, the Christ Impulse belonging to the
    • Sun actually went out from this place where the impulses were
    • Asia the Mystery of Golgotha had taken place and its impulse had
    • to us as the stream which brings the Impulse of the Sun into earthly
    • Impulse going out from the West, from England, an Impulse which was
    • The Michael Impulse was there in the spiritual life at the time of
    • Whenever a Michael Impulse is at work in humanity upon the earth it
    • comes your impulse to spread abroad the spiritual culture of your
    • been imbued in the spiritual world with the Christian Impulse.
    • Michael and whose speech was influenced by impulses coming down from
    • cultivated under the influence of Michael. This impulse was rooted in
    • souls took part who had been inspired by the impulses of the
    • in this new incarnation had set the impulse of materialism on foot.
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    • with the impulse which came into the Anthroposophical Movement
    • significance of the impulse brought into the Anthroposophical Society
    • impulse.
    • be taken in all earnestness. Only those impulses for human action
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    • give impulse to creative thought of the age, e.g. Galileo.
    • of Europe. Time Spirit of present epoch subject to impulses of
    • movement and Spirits of wisdom. Unable to apprehend Christ Impulse.
    • lightning to pulse-beat. Nordic man recognized Odin and Thor in
    • progress of mankind. Christ Impulse overcomes separation:
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    • Ethiopian race is an expression of an impulse from the Mercury Oracle
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    • divinity, those who gave the impulse towards monotheism and monism
    • monotheism also had to be represented, so that the urge, the impulse
    • impulse towards monism from them. The monistic impulse has always
    • is concerned with the continuance of the old Hebraic impulse will
    • because it stems from this impulse.
    • through which mankind received the Christ Impulse. This Impulse was
    • Christ Impulse. In consequence, ancient Greece rapidly declined at
    • important Archangel who, soon after the Christian impulse had been
    • teachings and impulses of esoteric Christianity, especially of the
    • spiritual impulse was imparted by this guiding Spirit who had
    • given up to the impulses of the Folk Spirit. At the time when the
    • Christian impulse began to pervade mankind, Europe was the scene of
    • Spirit who was in the vanguard of the Christ Impulse. The several
    • the birth of the Christian impulse, namely, with the Time Spirit of
    • certain way is very much subject to the influence and impulses of the
    • was an influx of impulses from ancient Egypt whose Time Spirit had
    • radiated the most powerful spiritual impulses, the centre which was
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    • development of Germanic-Nordic history and the spiritual impulses
    • and of outer lightning. He felt the pulse-beat in his blood and knew
    • it to be the pulse-beat of the ‘I’. He was aware of this
    • felt that it was the deed of Thor which caused the pulse to beat and
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    • the focal point of attack by infiltrating into his desires, impulses
    • etheric body is inwardly motivated by the impulse to be untruthful
    • and falsehood which proceeds from inner impulse.
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    • impulses of the Sentient Soul. If you study the individual folk
    • can be attributed to the fact that the impulse of the Spiritual Soul
    • that island proceed from this impulse. You will also find that the
    • impulse of the Spiritual Soul was to find expression on the plane of
    • that this impulse lives on.
    • only a beginning, because the Christ Impulse has only been able to
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    • was always aware of spiritual impulses, that he felt within his
    • we understand the Christ Impulse in the right way we would never say:
    • Impulse at the beginning of the Christian era; we do not attach much
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    • Impulse into human evolution and the activity of the planetary gods. (21st
    • The two poles of all soul-ordeals. The macrocosmic Christ Impulse in the
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    • symbolical presentations of great spiritual impulses. To those who
    • hearts the thought of an impulse to which we have often alluded in
    • the Age — has had to realise anew the two impulses just
    • all-important impulses for the spiritual life of Europe. We may
    • Demeter which speaks throughout all ages of time as an impulse of
    • important impulses of human evolution, intimate secrets of the soul
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    • them to breathe, in prompting in them impulses to walk and to stand,
    • they at the same time gave men the impulse for morality, for the
    • to look for this impulse primarily in the ether body. It is the ether
    • The power of the Christ provides all the impulses to
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    • of the hand and our will, as an impulse of movement, constitute a
    • into the sphere of will, for everything which results in an impulse
    • thought or the mere sentiment to an impulse of will, it is the prime
    • mover behind the deed in the physical world. The will-impulses, the
    • expression of will-impulses as the astral body is the expression of
    • which bring about our will-impulses, impulses which are needed to
    • which call forth the will-impulse — the whole world of will
    • macrocosmic counterpart of the impulses of will which forced the life
    • will-impulses, I am suppressing the flashing-up of thought, and
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    • teacher of the Angels. His impulse flowed into them during that
    • into themselves the Christ Impulse, which formerly they did not have,
    • Impulse, and in the sixth culture-epoch, the epoch following our own,
    • the Indian epoch, have also meanwhile absorbed the Christ Impulse,
    • will all be illuminated, inflamed, set on fire by the Christ Impulse.
    • Impulse. Thus we now have one class, one category, of guiding Beings
    • the Christ Impulse to be found. They have not been
    • Egypto-Chaldean times have been filled with the Christ Impulse now
    • Impulse, seek to give to humanity for their inspiration everything
    • derived from the purest Christ Impulse, which should guide humanity
    • rejected the Christ Impulse we have a science which is quite
    • the Christ Impulse, just as at the lowest level man was open to it
    • Christ Impulse means in human evolution.
    • His impulses, is an essentially higher Being than any of the
    • forces and impulses enabled this Individuality to fulfil a purpose
    • instance, of those Beings who rejected the Christ Impulse in the
    • would have made in the course of evolution if the Christ Impulse had
    • Indian epoch, do not permeate themselves with the Christ Impulse, and
    • Impulse such as have the Angels who completed their evolution in the
    • feelings, the impulses of soul which awoke in the informed Greek when
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    • was then able to absorb the Christ Impulse, the Christ principle. For
    • without the impact of Greece, it is no less so without the impulse
    • his body which manifest merely the lower egotistic impulses, through
    • impulses of human nature, those which work in an animal, an
    • impulses from which develop sympathy and antipathy, everything of an
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    • systems of organs in Earth evolution an impulse entered whereby what
    • impulses of our Earth evolution. In the very moment when our human
    • dissolution comes about, how the Earth-impulses enter into the
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    • itself into that Christpower, that Christ Impulse which, as it
    • being completely? As man inwardly receives this Impulse he will more
    • ‘The warmth, light and chemical impulses in the sun are
    • progress new ordeals arise, and we have to see it as the impulse for
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    • has an impulse to struggle for a knowledge beyond what is evident to
    • the generations he himself has experienced as impulses, desires,
    • we ourselves have condensed through our impulses, desires and
    • repulsed; we feel like a rubber ball resuming its shape after it has
    • this. It is not only that our impulses, desires and passions, which
    • in ordinary consciousness we do not obey this or the other impulse,
    • impulses and instincts.
    • consciousness to the impulses and instincts which are within us and
    • our own impulses, desires, passions, through all that imprisons us,
    • because we are seized by the blindly raging impulses of our own inner
    • contexts named the Christ Impulse. We then learn to understand in its
    • truth is the Christ Impulse; and when I speak of the Christ Impulse
    • look to; I am referring to the great macrocosmic Christ Impulse. We
    • Christ Impulse. And here we experience something very strange. Just
    • Impulse our consciousness becomes richer, fuller, the further we come
    • and a biology permeated by the Christ Impulse, and that true science,
    • Impulse. Anyone who does not believe this has only to turn the pages
    • in the Pauline sense with the Christ Impulse, and then plunge into
    • ourselves, what then happens? The Christ Impulse has the quality of
    • notice that the deeper we descend with the Christ Impulse into
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    • mighty impulse which then worked on through the centuries.
    • of Christendom. If we see the moral-religious impulse of Christendom
    • be fertilized by the Christ Impulse before the inwardness which we then
    • Christ Impulse had reached a greater ripeness in his soul than in any
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    • mighty impulse which then worked on through the centuries.
    • of Christendom. If we see the moral-religious impulse of Christendom
    • be fertilized by the Christ Impulse before the inwardness which we then
    • Christ Impulse had reached a greater ripeness in his soul than in any
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    • self-centred! A being in whose soul divine-spiritual impulses are at
    • part; we see Zeus, Apollo, Athene imparting the impulses, allotting
    • what historical powers and impulses perform in the evolution of humanity,
    • for him a real power as creative as the other historical impulses. Hermann
    • the present time, but which we discover as the most powerful impulses
    • of humanity, as the most powerful historic impulses so far as we can
    • elementary impulses, he was not then controlled by the intellect connected
    • elementary, most intense impulses. Hence the personal element, the direct
    • expression — un-Palestine-like description of the Christ-impulse,
    • idea, the Christian impulse. That is the infinite delicacy at the end
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    • self-centred! A being in whose soul divine-spiritual impulses are at
    • part; we see Zeus, Apollo, Athene imparting the impulses, allotting
    • what historical powers and impulses perform in the evolution of humanity,
    • for him a real power as creative as the other historical impulses. Hermann
    • the present time, but which we discover as the most powerful impulses
    • of humanity, as the most powerful historic impulses so far as we can
    • elementary impulses, he was not then controlled by the intellect connected
    • elementary, most intense impulses. Hence the personal element, the direct
    • expression — un-Palestine-like description of the Christ-impulse,
    • idea, the Christian impulse. That is the infinite delicacy at the end
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    • then the form of Michael stands before us again. If, under the impulse
    • is permeated throughout by impulses from soul and spirit, is rayed
    • shall understand how this impulse points symbolically to
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    • transmutation of the healing impulses that reside in the
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    • to reach some comprehension of Christ and of the Christ Impulse
    • all the impulses within men which through the centuries have
    • impulses which have turned men towards the Christ will sink. It
    • impulse. Truly it would have boded ill for Christianity if, in
    • Such was the world into which the Christian impulse made its
    • world the representatives of this Christian impulse seem to be
    • Christ. Those first bearers of the Christian impulse who found
    • the Christ Impulse. Christianity was spread by men who
    • within their souls the power to secure for the Christ Impulse
    • Impulse who themselves do not really understand it? What power
    • to comprehend the essential nature of the Christ Impulse? What
    • these ideas and who nevertheless accepted the Christ Impulse
    • outcome of the Christian impulse. To maintain that these
    • the Christian impulse. Those who observe the depths and not
    • the Christian impulse. When modern natural science has got over
    • although he himself has no notion of it. The Christian impulses
    • to perceive the influence of the Christian impulses with
    • an impulse in someone who lacks any deep understanding of
    • impulses of Darwinism have been born out of the Christ Impulse,
    • that the impulses of Christianity work even where they are
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    • stages through the Impulse thus bestowed.
    • And yet, what an impulse has been given! But these things are
    • powerlessness in order to bring forth the Impulse we know
    • as the Christ Impulse in the further evolution of mankind.
    • understand the real significance of the Christ Impulse in the
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    • all powerful moral impulses came to life in his soul during
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    • Zarathustrian impulse rose up within him during the
    • experienced the reality of this mighty impulse. All the beauty
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    • materialistic consciousness, can only develop the impulses of the
    • all-comprehending Justice, the fourth virtue. The same impulse, which
    • Steiner Press.] you will find how the Christ Impulse worked
    • quarrelling, the Christ Impulse lived on and brought about the
    • human beings, but the Christ Impulse works in this personality,
    • became a kind of representative of the Christ Impulse itself for her
    • time. This she was only able to do, because the Christ Impulse could
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    • materialistic consciousness, can only develop the impulses of the
    • all-comprehending Justice, the fourth virtue. The same impulse, which
    • Steiner Press.] you will find how the Christ Impulse worked
    • quarrelling, the Christ Impulse lived on and brought about the
    • human beings, but the Christ Impulse works in this personality,
    • became a kind of representative of the Christ Impulse itself for her
    • time. This she was only able to do, because the Christ Impulse could
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • order, which might unite in a single organism the impulse of
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • impulses within that pure thinking which science itself fosters
    • in us by its methods; if I can so shape moral impulses within
    • educates me, then in these moral impulses conceived by
    • impulse enters our organism; but it also goes via the spinal
    • inward impulse, from the animal to the human shape.
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • my thoughts, my impulses and my decisions into step with the
    • impulse in the life of the soul to be different from this
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • thoughts, together with his feelings and impulses of will; and
    • therefore, if we want to find the deepest historical impulses,
    • Scientific thought, we find, is thus the motive impulse of the
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • of physical geography. In the same way, the spiritual impulses at
    • especially the interplay of Eastern and Western impulses in
    • impulses — is maya, to use the Oriental term.
    • the impulse to freedom.
    • the impulse to do so must come from us. The same is true of
    • element, becomes for us an impulse of freedom. It is a
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • knowledge of the spiritual impulses underlying the
    • the ego is repulsed. We feel surrounded on all sides by
    • impulses and religious forces. They live within us, in
    • impulses and religious forces, we require concepts of
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • expounded here could, if transformed into impulses of the whole
    • such strong anti-social impulses as ours.
    • social impulses. But when people speak of social needs, they
    • instincts and social impulses that were present, if in a
    • two of his strongest and socially most effective impulses
    • can transform itself into social impulses such as arose from
    • would say, with a certain religious impulse. Not, indeed, with
    • and achieve an immediate experience of the impulse of freedom
    • the soul can only really apprehend this impulse of
    • enables man to find within him the impulses that lead and drive
    • then operated within him as moral and religious impulses. This
    • impulses that were once instinctively attained, has still
    • seek his ethical and religious impulses in his own
    • of freedom at immediate moral impulses. Because we are faced
    • as I indicated then, the real moral impulses that man can find
    • technology gives us, gain moral impulses as earlier men
    • itself as a social as well as a cognitive impulse.
    • consciously, a spiritual life that will give the same impulses
    • sphere, and that moral and religious impulses must once again
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • impulse: men therefore feel that what they do on earth is
    • entities, the impulses from which are absorbed into their
    • they are affected by philosophical impulses, in the way I have
    • institutions and ancient impulses from which these arose.
    • they had thereby obtained impulses that proved to be the actual
    • guiding impulses for social life.
    • various impulses, including social ones. Oracles, star-gazing,
    • awareness of how impulses from extra-terrestrial nature,
    • itself — these impulses had, after all, been
    • life also, they detected social impulses sent into the world
    • spirit, the soul that is to give them. Impulses initially felt
    • as religious, as impulses of grace from extra-terrestrial
    • impulses of the commandment type, which derive from what was
    • ancient Oriental impulses I have described still operate in an
    • impulses that inform them. For the description often given
    • Religious impulses themselves, while remaining what they are,
    • impulses from ancient times. And in modem political systems,
    • the impulses I have described; Western economic systems have
    • as the vital impulses! of the legal forms of Greece and Rome,
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • impulses combined, the development of the individual to a
    • importance for social life, and that the impulses aroused in
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • something in which spiritual forces and spiritual impulses are
    • we must move forward to new impulses and to the new life that
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    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • alongside the prejudices, feelings and impulses of class
    • impulse — subsequently absorbed into a faith in the
    • from the impulses of spiritual life, in the way I have been
    • — there flow forth from the life of the spirit impulses
    • impulses. Thus we see that Plato still stresses how, in the
    • we can also point to the fact that the impulses which
    • the innermost impulses of their being. And in this connection
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • To the impulses necessary
    • daily life, is really only a dream of tale Will-impulses. When they will,
    • as regards our powers of desire, for instance and the feeling-impulses
    • we fulfilled as will-impulse, we would follow what was inward —
    • the lifting of a piece of chalk with reference to the will-impulse, you
    • ever deeper and more comprehensive penetration to the real impulses
    • impulses of soul, which lead to real spiritual scientific clairvoyance.
    • impulses of our evolution and the signs of our time can recognise this
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    • To the impulses necessary
    • daily life, is really only a dream of tale Will-impulses. When they will,
    • as regards our powers of desire, for instance and the feeling-impulses
    • we fulfilled as will-impulse, we would follow what was inward —
    • the lifting of a piece of chalk with reference to the will-impulse, you
    • ever deeper and more comprehensive penetration to the real impulses
    • impulses of soul, which lead to real spiritual scientific clairvoyance.
    • impulses of our evolution and the signs of our time can recognise this
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    • To the impulses necessary for the
    • impulses. When they will, and represent something to themselves
    • regards our powers of desire and the feeling impulses connected
    • fulfilled as will impulse we would follow inwardly — into our
    • impulse, you would be able to follow what takes place in your hand,
    • ever deeper and more comprehensive penetration to the real impulses
    • impulses of soul which lead to real spiritual scientific
    • the impulses of our evolution and the signs of our time can
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    • To the impulses necessary for the
    • impulses. When they will, and represent something to themselves
    • regards our powers of desire and the feeling impulses connected
    • fulfilled as will impulse we would follow inwardly — into our
    • impulse, you would be able to follow what takes place in your hand,
    • ever deeper and more comprehensive penetration to the real impulses
    • impulses of soul which lead to real spiritual scientific
    • the impulses of our evolution and the signs of our time can
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    • those impulses into his soul which one gets if on the one hand,
    • and thereby obtained the strongest impulses.
    • people trouble so little as to how certain impulses in
    • absolutely saturated by the Christ-Impulse, He does not seek a
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    • those impulses into his soul which one gets if on the one hand,
    • and thereby obtained the strongest impulses.
    • people trouble so little as to how certain impulses in
    • absolutely saturated by the Christ-Impulse, He does not seek a
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    • human beings took up impulses for which they should be calling
    • that once took to itself as an impulse “they are equal before
    • now brings the impulse for equality with it, but in connection
    • here-and-now we looked out. Today, due to this impulse,
    • life impulse. But as every thought will draw into us and
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    • human beings took up impulses for which they should be calling
    • that once took to itself as an impulse “they are equal before
    • now brings the impulse for equality with it, but in connection
    • here-and-now we looked out. Today, due to this impulse,
    • life impulse. But as every thought will draw into us and
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    • of culture there shall break those spiritual impulses which
    • necessity because only from those impulses can we hope for that
    • mankind, and because from these impulses alone can we hope for
    • thoughts in building, like all fruitful artistic impulses, have
    • the Mystery of Golgotha and from the impulses which led a part
    • impulses from the Spirit of Earth, we see the rise of mediaeval
    • enter into great detail were I to describe all the impulses
    • the influence of this impulse, ostensibly cultivating the
    • without that permeating impulse of a world-vision. Old motifs,
    • by the impulse just described. Study such a wonderful revival
    • higher impulses of human development. We see Greek forms, just
    • impulse to the cultural thought necessary for our
    • building. The old impulses can no longer be brought to that
    • fact that only he can paint a Madonna who has an impulse in his
    • feel this impulse in their soul to the extent that they can
    • wish to reduce itself ad absurdum new impulses must come
    • impulses which inspired us three years ago, we can only pledge
    • to that impulse, to win understanding for the contribution of
    • productive impulses of spiritual science.
    • the midst of an age in which quite a different impulse is
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    • of culture there shall break those spiritual impulses which
    • necessity because only from those impulses can we hope for that
    • mankind, and because from these impulses alone can we hope for
    • thoughts in building, like all fruitful artistic impulses, have
    • the Mystery of Golgotha and from the impulses which led a part
    • impulses from the Spirit of Earth, we see the rise of mediaeval
    • enter into great detail were I to describe all the impulses
    • the influence of this impulse, ostensibly cultivating the
    • without that permeating impulse of a world-vision. Old motifs,
    • by the impulse just described. Study such a wonderful revival
    • higher impulses of human development. We see Greek forms, just
    • impulse to the cultural thought necessary for our
    • building. The old impulses can no longer be brought to that
    • fact that only he can paint a Madonna who has an impulse in his
    • feel this impulse in their soul to the extent that they can
    • wish to reduce itself ad absurdum new impulses must come
    • impulses which inspired us three years ago, we can only pledge
    • to that impulse, to win understanding for the contribution of
    • productive impulses of spiritual science.
    • the midst of an age in which quite a different impulse is
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    • the slavery of impulses, desires and instincts; he is unfree. But
    • he also is not free who struggles with his desires, impulses and
    • logic. When his impulses and instincts are purified so that
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    • never human feeling, never what we know as will-impulses, for
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    • felt as a Mars impulse in the legs.
    • give myself over to the impulses of Saturn. Thus man felt in
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    • nothing else than the impulses of human evolution. They had to
    • with death became in its turn an inner impulse compelling
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    • impulses whereby man himself is able to come into a certain
    • in Gilgamesh an inner impulse to seek out paths in the world
    • Thus the impulse to wander over the Earth and thereby receive
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    • aim. Their impulse came out of the spirit. Let us read of it in
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    • was that moral impulses were not sharply distinguished from
    • natural impulses. When Aristotle points Alexander to the
    • dominion, it was not only a physical impulse that came from
    • also moral impulses. The physical and the moral were one. This
    • perceive them. Then came the impulse to make records.
    • impulse working in them all, — to tear mankind away from
    • by an impulse coming from the configuration of the Earth. You
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    • East which was still immersed in the impulses derived from the
    • final end was put to the genuine and pure Mystery impulse of
    • Alexander the Great had received the impulse towards
    • believe that all of you have felt an impulse that calls you to
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    • human being with the deeper impulses and forces of Nature, or
    • we must recognise how the various impulses that are to be found
    • whole of Nature, with all her impulses, with all the substances
    • understanding her inner impulses and her connection with the
    • himself with his own activity and his own impulses, but plays
    • for new impulses to enter in, if there is to be progress in the
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    • so soon to be taken from us, bore within them this impulse and
    • impulse for the breathing — for all that is airy in the
    • impulses of the astral body too than dissolve them. For these
    • spiritual impulses that have had their outward expression in
    • impulse to action, then we shall also change the sorrowful
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    • — not only earthly impulses — demand something from
    • worthy of note. The fact of the matter is this: the impulse
    • during the Meeting itself — be an impulse originating in
    • develop the strength to follow impulses from the spiritual
    • Christmas Meeting, I spoke of manifold impulses at work in the
    • opened for the reception of the spiritual impulses which have
    • the earthly world, the impulses for it must be brought from the
    • This prompts the assertion that the impulses we ought rightly
    • to hear of the impulses in the spiritual world which then pour
    • of soul, the Meeting will be a forceful impulse which the soul
    • something that gives impulses from a new corner of the
    • effectively have we grasped the spiritual impulse of hope that
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    • up actively his impulse-filled suggestions, and tries to gain
    • spiritual but also by moral impulses, While one merely
    • soul-spirit-being the moral impulses which appear in the memory
    • endowed with moral impulses; and we learn that it is all
    • we were in a former life with definite spiritual impulses, and
    • of the world, he gets the impulse to develop further the kinds
    • impulse, from the same source as Anthroposophy itself. For
    • Goetheanum had to come from the same impulses from which the
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    • up actively his impulse-filled suggestions, and tries to gain
    • spiritual but also by moral impulses, While one merely
    • soul-spirit-being the moral impulses which appear in the memory
    • endowed with moral impulses; and we learn that it is all
    • we were in a former life with definite spiritual impulses, and
    • of the world, he gets the impulse to develop further the kinds
    • impulse, from the same source as Anthroposophy itself. For
    • Goetheanum had to come from the same impulses from which the
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    • concrete impulses working in the world. We must look certain facts
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    • concrete impulses working in the world. We must look certain facts
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    • waking life — with the Christ Impulse — that this
    • Christ Impulse with us into what is dying: IN CHRISTO
    • Christ Impulse, that our figure of the Christ is essentially
    • the impulse of spiritual science and its intervention in
    • the earth by receiving the impulse spiritual science is able
    • earth wakes we take the Christ Impulse with us into the life
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    • waking life — with the Christ Impulse — that this
    • Christ Impulse with us into what is dying: IN CHRISTO
    • Christ Impulse, that our figure of the Christ is essentially
    • the impulse of spiritual science and its intervention in
    • the earth by receiving the impulse spiritual science is able
    • earth wakes we take the Christ Impulse with us into the life
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse,
    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse,
    • lecture we found that moral impulses are fundamental in human
    • impulses are in fact never better guided than when we take a
    • we spoke in a deeper sense of love as an impulse and in such
    • love” cannot replace the moral impulse contained in
    • recognised that the impulse of interest is particularly
    • that time the ancient impulse of wisdom was active.
    • moral impulses, we may call the third post-Atlantean age, the
    • moral impulses could penetrate; and on the other hand,
    • divine impulse, will be raised into consciousness. Hence in
    • that in us it shall be transformed into moral impulses, so
    • sort of moral impulses will the wisdom acquired through
    • the Christ-impulse; the transformation of valour and bravery
    • always actuated by the right moral impulses. And how many
    • Christ-impulse, has become the special virtue of the
    • in one who rightly understands the Christ-impulse, this
    • anthroposophical understanding of the Christ-impulse that it
    • descended into earthly evolution; His impulses, His
    • Now that the Christ-impulse is in the world, if through what
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse,
    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse,
    • lecture we found that moral impulses are fundamental in human
    • impulses are in fact never better guided than when we take a
    • we spoke in a deeper sense of love as an impulse and in such
    • love” cannot replace the moral impulse contained in
    • recognised that the impulse of interest is particularly
    • that time the ancient impulse of wisdom was active.
    • moral impulses, we may call the third post-Atlantean age, the
    • moral impulses could penetrate; and on the other hand,
    • divine impulse, will be raised into consciousness. Hence in
    • that in us it shall be transformed into moral impulses, so
    • sort of moral impulses will the wisdom acquired through
    • the Christ-impulse; the transformation of valour and bravery
    • always actuated by the right moral impulses. And how many
    • Christ-impulse, has become the special virtue of the
    • in one who rightly understands the Christ-impulse, this
    • anthroposophical understanding of the Christ-impulse that it
    • descended into earthly evolution; His impulses, His
    • Now that the Christ-impulse is in the world, if through what
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    • impulses and impulses from previous earthly lives. John Stuart Mill
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    • the connection of the spiritual scientific impulses with
    • period, a personality bearing within him all the impulses of
    • great impulse was still to be
    • taken care of somehow, no doubt, but his most urgent impulse
    • the impulse of souls of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. The
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    • tendencies and impulses a portion of the soul's potentialities
    • special complication of karmic impulses, of destiny, that
    • can say that an impulse which we have already observed in his
    • that a third impulse, which comes as if from without — but
    • the impulse toward rebellion does not appear so strongly as
    • strong impulse to project our will into the physical world,
    • his earthly life also brought the impulse so to prepare his
    • by the dramatic impulses received from Shakespeare, did not
    • Thus we see a decided continuation of the karmic impulses that
    • that there is something in the impulse that Goethe gave to the
    • inner impulse just as the rhythm of waking and sleeping reveals
    • an inner impulse in the human being. In a life such as Goethe's
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    • result of all those impulses that were at work during the Moon,
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    • guiding human affairs did so with the same impulses as the
    • human soul with what it takes into itself from impulses
    • impulses. These will really be no worse than those good old
    • vocational impulses that cannot be renewed, but must be
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    • whose poetic works the life of the age pulses. This is Max Eyth,
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    • preceding period. As you have heard, the hereditary impulses
    • the time is past during which these hereditary impulses
    • impulses into which the processes that occur between death and
    • impulses of the preceding incarnation are effective in far
    • following period, however, the impulses no longer work into us,
    • centuries — so that we know the spiritual impulses of that
    • judging them correctly. That is how unconscious impulses play
    • would gradually sense an impulse to come to true spiritual
    • The truth is that something of the impulses that had to come
    • pulses through our movement might have been neatly swept away
    • movement to grasp the inner impulse of the soul and not belong
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    • had little time to pay attention to the impulses of his heart.
    • Up to this period a person must carry with him all the impulses
    • become acquainted with the materialistic impulses dominating
    • impulses into the future, asserting that it is the only
    • permeated by those impulses that are at play in spiritual
    • it describes much of what pulses today in life. So this Arthur
    • me, evoked in me a sort of ecstatic impulse to self-destruction
    • because my action arose not from an impulse that I was unable
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    • own angel. We already see how strong is the impulse of humans
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    • connections, to enlighten himself about the impulses, the
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    • consciousness is really a kind of collateral impulse of his
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    • strong impulse which exists amongst the civilised peoples
    • and more to be the general impulse of mankind; how the
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    • and will impulses — all these play a role when we hear
    • will impulses, of which we have a clear picture, into the
    • of the body as a result of the impulses of the body. But he
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    • as arising out of all the impulses that were at work when power
    • primarily based on deeds, on actions, founded on impulses of
    • shows, for instance, how the more rudimentary impulses of
    • historical evolution of humanity on the basis of soul impulses.
    • impulses of decay. The impulses of growth, of forward
    • have will impulses and go through the world with such impulses,
    • the motive you know as coming from your will impulses. You know
    • all those actions and impulses at work in the historical
    • these impulses in history in no way proceed from our ordinary
    • sagas, pictures. And they knew more about the impulses to be
    • ways, but the impulses which lie at the root of historical
    • — represents the middle of evolution. If a new impulse
    • universe. The impulse came. When studying this growing
    • impulse. That came later, and it belongs to one of the most
    • impulse that gave humanity a fresh impetus. The Mystery of
    • impulses, but I regard it as a duty to allow religious impulses
    • deepens the religious impulses of the human soul. It is
    • impulses that penetrate into our feelings and our
    • impulses, we shall not utter prophetic or vaguely mystical
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    • contemplated as those impulses, which give us our
    • out because of an impulse of will. What of this impulse of will
    • which aims at an impulse of will, and the executed action there
    • to judge one's own actions and impulses of will with the same
    • objective detachment as one can judge the actions and impulses
    • impulses of will and makes them opaque, put them to sleep,
    • through its instincts and impulses, its emotions and its entire
    • fertile new impulses for life, is education. This has often
    • impulses are derived from taking into account external nature
    • social impulses are deepened by considering not only in an
    • impulses can arise which relate whole human beings to whole
    • Intuition. The true moral impulses which arise from the
    • intimate and important feelings and impulses of the human soul,
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    • awakens when we say: Conditions allow this impulse, this desire
    • impulses and feelings, and which have then been applied to
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    • able to gain the inner impulse to work by having a clear
    • understanding if, on the other hand, the impulses to be found
    • for the whole community out of the impulse to be found within
    • impulse of all his powers, and in this respect he will regard
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    • unless the impulses of Spiritual Science are spread abroad in
    • very seriously, that unless a Spiritual Scientific impulse
    • Spiritual impulses. Superficially considered it is easy to
    • need only investigate where Spiritual Impulses found their
    • impulses traditions. Above all one thing must be considered,
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    • impulse to become too much related to the earthly powers,
    • develop too strongly the impulse to become too closely
    • impulse which will come to mankind in this way. That means,
    • this Spiritual impulse should come, for otherwise, in time to
    • inner impulse in order to have a free vision, so that he can
    • being; but we shall endeavour to pour an impulse into his
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    • does the harmfulness of the present materialistic impulse
    • this, we can never grasp what has to work as impulse into the
    • impulses, which were the deeds of these beings. Man could not
    • impulse at this juncture, when a social impulse of the kind
    • that they should take the most primitive impulses of their
    • the knowledge that man bears within him different impulses
    • of old impulses. What still remains of the old impulses
    • never reach the spheres out of which the impulses of future
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    • materialistic impulse of our time? It consists in this, that
    • as impulse at the present time. A statement for instance like
    • this reason instinctive knowledge, perceptions, impulses of
    • social impulse at that point of time when it is necessary for
    • impulses of their own religious faiths should be taken
    • that humanity has within it evolutionary impulses which are
    • impulses, so it is with those men who from pulpits to-day
    • the impulses of the culture of the future can develop.
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    • the impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha and when he realises
    • order to receive the Christ Impulse, the Divine Spiritual,
    • only become concrete and real when we receive the impulse of
    • the impulse of the Spirit with our inner life. Man has the
    • the development of something absolutely real, an impulse that
    • they resist the quickening impulses of spiritual life. The
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    • connection exists between the impulses inherent in artistic
    • the impulses inherent in super-sensible knowledge.
    • whence artistic imagination receives its impulses, such
    • original impulses to be superseded by what is consciously
    • ordinary way. Impulses of will come to expression in the
    • life of inner experience, his thoughts, feelings, impulses of
    • artistic process itself is a conscious one but the impulses
    • consciousness of the impulses underlying artistic
    • raises to the level of consciousness both impulses that are
    • meant to remain such, and also those impulses which the
    • artist's case the impulses remain in the subconscious. These
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    • lecture we found that moral impulses are fundamental in human
    • impulses are in fact never better guided than when we take a
    • we spoke in a deeper sense of love as an impulse and in such
    • love” cannot replace the moral impulse contained in
    • recognised that the impulse of interest is particularly
    • that time the ancient impulse of wisdom was active.
    • moral impulses, we may call the third post-Atlantean age, the
    • moral impulses could penetrate; and on the other hand,
    • divine impulse, will be raised into consciousness. Hence in
    • that in us it shall be transformed into moral impulses, so
    • sort of moral impulses will the wisdom acquired through
    • the Christ-impulse; the transformation of valour and bravery
    • always actuated by the right moral impulses. And how many
    • Christ-impulse, has become the special virtue of the
    • in one who rightly understands the Christ-impulse, this
    • anthroposophical understanding of the Christ-impulse that it
    • descended into earthly evolution; His impulses, His
    • Now that the Christ-impulse is in the world, if through what
    • into which the Christ-impulse has flowed. Thus, because the
    • Christ-impulse is now here, we directly destroy something of
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    • much stronger than all other earthly perceptive impulses. It is
    • impulse to develop such an inner activity lies in our
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    • a very definite impulse to the ancient Hebrew people. This
    • of Shem, in order later to give to Abraham the impulse which
    • to the Hebrew people an important impulse through Abraham.
    • ego as an impulse, as it was kindled in the astral body when
    • Inner Evolutionary Impulses of Humanity
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    • poet is the impulse of our theosophical movement. The modern human being
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    • which we subsume with the terms: desires, instincts, passions, impulses,
    • He lives in the world of passions, impulses, desires, feelings and wishes,
    • opened soul-eye can make a distinction between an impulse, a desire,
    • at first, with impulses, desires, passions, instincts. It must have
    • follow the impulses of the soul but the physical forces of the world
    • and impulses for the human activity from the soul. This is developed
    • desires and impulses. At first it has to develop everything that can
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    • of the sensuous desires, of the impulses and instincts. This is the
    • the human body, there were any desires and impulses in this race. The
    • show the emergence of the self-consciousness within the impulses, desires
    • love but lives in desires and impulses, the disordered will of the human
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    • purer, because the soul living originally in raw desires and impulses
    • a spirituality that is still used, indeed, to satisfy the impulses and
    • all impulses to attain new wisdom have come from the East to humankind.
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    • the big impulses at all times. They were chelas first. First they attained
    • but generally every big impulse, everything that is important in the
    • cultural foundations the great initiates gave the impulses. A nice myth
    • such a fertilisation process. The big impulses for the progress of humanity
    • who caused this leap. One attributed all big impulses to the great lodge
    • days with an impulse in mediaeval times. This is the emissary of the
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XVIII: The Future of the Human Being
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    • any external impulse where he has overcome the sensuous completely
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    • of the impulses, desires and passions. The logical necessity stands
    • has the impulse and the desire to do voluntarily what the categorical
    • that has become flesh and blood in him, so that the impulses and desires
    • if we wanted to enjoy the drama with these thoughts. But the big impulse
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    • life, feelings, thoughts, impulses are in your body which one cannot
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • civilization, are to receive the impulse for true spiritual
    • time. Such impulses cannot be derived from views and ideas of
    • that the impulses of the time (Zeitströmungen)
    • that neither such impulses are stronger than arbitrary
    • them. But everyone is required to understand the impulses of
    • the times in which we live, and guide these impulses in the
    • hampers progress. The impulses of one's age must not be
    • and mind, into their whole being, impulses from the
    • contentment and security; and third to will impulses that
    • knowledge will create feelings of security and impulses
    • people efficient and capable. Impulses must flow from the
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    • impulses of will; he is weak as far as action is concerned.
    • deeper aspects of human nature. Baser impulses that in a
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    • Our ordinary thoughts and will-impulses are also contained in
    • social impulses in the young during the formative years. What
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    • endowed with its own inclinations, and its own impulses to
    • personality with one-sidedly developed impulses, and a mortal
    • dwindles, the body hardens, and the pulse slows down. Thus,
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    • body, particularly through higher impulses, especially of an
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    • sphere of art; he wanted to pour into every soul the impulse
    • Richard Wagner was truly possessed of a deep impulse of a
    • artistic impulse developed according to spiritual laws, as a
    • import. Only when inner impulses have become external action,
    • the impulses portrayed to be already experiences that are
    • human feelings, but had no means of expressing impulses once
    • music, only conveyed impulses when they became
    • able to be aware also of deeper impulses residing in the
    • conveying impulses that live within human beings. Music
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    • an inner impulse to strive to develop the deepest kernel of
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    • impulses which we have to-day.
    • the thoughts, feelings and impulses which he now possesses.
    • had been told that thoughts bring no impulses to man and have
    • his own belief in human desires, instincts and impulses. He too
    • organisation, whereas impulses, instincts, desires and passions
    • be permeated by impulses which go in this direction. Therein
    • experience, from the world of the gods will-impulses, impulses
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse,
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    • under the impulse of the physical body and on the waves of the living
    • under the impulse of the ego. On the ways and means, how these two currents
    • the fact that our pulse beats four times, while we inhale once. The
    • at night of one's physical and ether body, the impulses are lying for
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    • as it is expressed in the relation between respiration and pulse. Therefore,
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    • enter the new age with the right Christ impulse. The denial of the Christ-impulse
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    • further historical development. Incursion of spiritual impulses
    • Empty space in world processes for certain impulses.
    • The true I found through the Christ impulse. We shall
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    • world, impulses about the particular effects of which we don't
    • the feeling of regret, we would be removing a moral impulse of
    • impulse I gave it and directed its own course accordingly. The
    • impulses from the spiritual world. In one passage it is
    • even expressly stated that impulses of free will come from the
    • how he became what he was; we can then follow up the impulse
    • and impulses of the time. We could say that if we examine
    • evolutionary impulses. Just as we cannot put more water
    • empty space appears for new impulses which can then enter the
    • impulses can come in. In the cultural period in which
    • impulses that came from the spiritual world to the
    • fullness in the physical world that is right for his impulses.
    • Someone bringing with him from earlier incarnations impulses of
    • impulses that need to meet with receptivity must
    • purely spiritual impulse, we become freer and freer from all
    • pulse through us from the spiritual world and when we say,
    • impulses coming from the spiritual world,” we expect that
    • at the same time the impulses of higher spiritual beings will
    • descend into these our impulses. Thus a relative, deep
    • the spiritual impulse and letting it stream in, we do not need
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    • slightest awareness of the impulses that come to expression in
    • impulses once again. However, they will have to take hold of
    • efforts to strengthen themselves by means of the impulses
    • that can in any way live as a real impulse in the will. There
    • realize fully that it is an impulse of will. That is to
    • impulses he accepts, but they should work in him — and
    • drunk. An impulse that is not brought to full consciousness
    • examination of will impulses. Religious denominations
    • would like to provide impulses, but these must not be examined
    • religious impulses are spoken of nowadays. People feel most
    • accept one or the other impulse, but are spoken to in such a
    • intoxication is to look at our inner impulses in total clarity.
    • impulses. But people are not yet ready to go along with this. I
    • familiarize himself with the impulses coming from spiritual
    • course admit the existence of impulses of some sort, but not in
    • altogether in earnest, for if the impulses of will
    • because they cannot find impulses within themselves to support
    • the more the I became separated. The Christ impulse is
    • in its purest form with the Christ impulse is expressed in the
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    • Past and Future Impulses in Social Happenings,
    • Vergangenheits- und Zukunftsimpulse Im Sozialen Geschehen.
    • impulses that they can carry on only if they have consciously
    • through the gate of death have few impulses which, if I may
    • learning customary on the earth. This stream of impulses that
    • impulse that must cause a powerful social movement to take
    • impulses coming from the dead must work more and more
    • how it is connected with all that we call social impulse we
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    • Vergangenheits- und Zukunftsimpulse Im Sozialen Geschehen.
    • aroused in the widest circles for what are the impulses
    • and feel, and, according to the impulses of their characters,
    • will impulses must appear. It was because these clear
    • conceptions and good impulses of will did not exist that
    • feelings and will impulses depending upon languages. Consider
    • of no distinction. What originally pulses from one's
    • proceeds from various points of view. And this impulse to
    • because we bring with us certain impulses out of the
    • to the mysterious inner impulses behind language so as to
    • describes something from this impulse, the other from that!
    • impulses which will be developed in the life after death. We
    • develops important impulses in the life after death.
    • are spiritual impulses enabling them to show as in gestures
    • us through the gate of death, and what will be our impulses
    • the impulses we have absorbed in the economic life (yellow
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • is the need for a fresh impulse. This is only one example among many.
    • kind of co-operation between senses and inner emotions and will-impulses.
    • with reality so that it can actually enter into the impulses lying in
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    • clear, my dear friends, that when impulses founded in this way are taken
    • against this seriousness and against these impulses generally, the opposition
    • passive until he notices that in his mind and soul there enter impulses
    • of men, as a drivinfr impulse which, when it then breaks forth, can
    • impulse of most of the ladies. Most ladies you must know are young,
    • have arrived at the age when through the delusive impulses of materialism
    • the passing through certain spiritual impulses may be outwardly masked
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    • he sees what impulses are necessary for the modern social structure
    • still actually more or less dominated by inherited concepts and impulses
    • whole evolution in such a way that new impulses arise—impulses
    • and in their headless condition men were still receiving impulses as
    • real social impulses which can be grasped only by being active, actually
    • have impulses able to create the social structure, have come down to
    • in those who carry their personal aspirations into the impulse of Spiritual
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    • cannot bring us to a full understanding of the moral impulses in the
    • divine spiritual impulse, this divine spiritual impulse remains without
    • impulse.
    • of the moral impulse in the evolution of man. The characteristic feature
    • of the Jahve Impulse into mankind in such a way that its weaving and
    • this impossibility of reconciling what happens in nature with the impulse
    • believe in the justice of his Jahve impulse. The whole underlying tone,
    • And yet this Jahve-God, this Jahve-impulse, what is it for those who
    • to the Jahve impulse, a being having a part in human nature as this
    • as the innermost impulse to which he directs his veneration and devotion.
    • But it is not possible for him to ascribe to this Jahve impulse the
    • the Old Testament is thought of as the contrast between the Jahve-Impulse
    • and and the satanic impulse, on it meets us in the Book of Job, is a
    • it there before. On the contrary, a firm, clear hold on the moral Jahve-impulse
    • of this one, in that certain evolutionary impulses reach their highest
    • point, but at the same time as these impulses are approaching the highest
    • happens and in happening nullifies the impulse to happen. And so the
    • entrance of a new impulse into the world was needed to lead evolution
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    • content, of the Christ impulse that has come into the world through
    • and more of the content of the Christ impulse will be imparted to mankind;
    • belongs to the revelation of the Christ impulse. To come to a right
    • Christ impulse. Man would have been too weak to make any progress by
    • beyond the the earth, the Christ impulse, a man had triumphed over death:
    • impulse? We might first consider how Goethe actually stood within European
    • to God. As such, Spinoza's thoughts are very far from the Christ-impulse.
    • help of Goethe's impulse. I said yesterday and repeat today that the
    • of Goetheanism, that is, the impulse towards a new understanding of
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    • impulses not visible from our surroundings, being a product of
    • become liberated in their feeling and will impulses from
    • will-impulses regarding life and a totally different life shows
    • will-impulses into our lives. This complex work of our lives is
    • itself out of the original free impulses. Here you discover the
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    • impulse which can only be explained through the anthroposophical interpretation
    • fearful; to have experienced that impulse which in every effort for
    • and took into consideration that polarically-opposed impulses of growth
    • other impulse of growth is Ahrimanic.
    • to-day without taking up the impulses which come to us from this knowledge
    • so terribly heartless in the presence of such impulses as are appearing
    • able to rouse themselves out of the impulses of Spiritual Science to
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    • out of which flow the impulses for all our knowledge and all
    • all the transitional impulses introduced by the new age, both
    • the further working of its impulses was something very
    • stirs in his soul, it is ridiculed, the opposing impulses
    • these impulses prevail, for the external barking of the dog
    • impulse, the urge, towards Christianity is already alive in
    • wild impulses in poodle-form, which have been resisting the
    • bond with the spiritual world to recognise the impulses more
    • impulses of our own age and of the inevitable future. If we
    • for him because in the new age, his impulses, his instincts,
    • since the 14th, 15th, centuries that his impulses have been
    • that excludes all egoistic impulses. This is what is meant.
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    • This impulse
    • ahrimanic impulses given when something actually comes into
    • its activities so restricts the impulses of the etheric body
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    • out of supersensible impulses.
    • body, but its forces, its impulses, the Moon with its forces
    • has no Physical existence. And all that is Moon-impulse is
    • Moon-impulse that has been left behind. It definitely does
    • not belong to the earth. It is impulse remaining over from
    • impulses. Knowledge of this force was first of all given to
    • the impulses of the 183 worlds. This picture works in Faust's
    • an impulse in modern history and played a part there. He did
    • performed, ha meant to show that these impulses had already
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    • life itself. In actual life itself, impulses have to arise
    • emotions, their loves and hates, and the will-impulse which
    • to the impulses of the Will. All this is essential to the
    • impulses can possibly arise from the foundations of the
    • Graeco-Latin epoch. The impulses that lived in the
    • Graeco-Latin epoch must also become impulses of human beings
    • aspire to Italy with the kind of impulse which inspires any
    • necessities and impulses derived from a far wider sphere.
    • it was out of this impulse that the culture of ancient Greece
    • give its impulses to the man of the fifth post-Atlantean
    • achieved by means of the impulse of Evil.
    • Mephistopheles, who is the very. Impulse of Evil. cannot see
    • those impulses which Christianity gave for the fifth
    • this moment the Impulse of Evil knows it: — Those who
    • impulses of human evolution must become sharp and clear
    • again. Such impulses must arise as have arisen in the
    • Helena comes from the stars; but she guides the impulses
    • arises in the soul of Faust the impulse to go over into the
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    • where he relates Faust to the impulse of the fifth
    • down into the impulses of the fourth post-Atlantean age,
    • impulses of Good. All this has arisen on the foundation of
    • the impulses of the fourth post-Atlantean epoch, which had to
    • time. We need only turn our gaze to the Christ-Impulse
    • 747 years had to run their course before the main impulse
    • — the Christ-Impulsecould enter in, as indeed it did
    • Christ-Impulse to do with the great and important question
    • impulses of Evil will work into the world on a grand scale,
    • to receive the spiritual impulses will then find points of
    • impulses which must evolve by the very resistance of Evil. It
    • interest to represent as constructive the very impulses that
    • remained behind, they work into the inner impulses of human
    • representing things out of his own personal impulse, where in
    • post-Atlantean epoch. It was an impulse that worked on and
    • bring in quite other impulses of evolution. Such an Hero is
    • impulses of Gods. Sig indeed it is. How then can human beings
    • Earth the impulse that proceeds from these their actions. We
    • the very place where this impulse was able to he fulfilled.
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    • that, because the philosophers derive their impulses from
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    • countless other human feelings and will-impulses. Diana is
    • subconscious impulses arise of which Diana is the goddess.
    • feelings and impulses, prevailing in the human being, come
    • develop the impulse for goodness out of his own nature. For
    • in Goethe's impulses there is already concealed the way that
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    • some kind of electrical impulse. The arising of colors was
    • cultivate a sound natural science, we then have the impulse
    • those impulses that he had not merely gathered together but
    • but subconscious impulse that something like a new world
    • Christianity to encourage the international impulse to prevent
    • willingness to enter into what is demanded by the impulse of
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    • impulses of the Greeks, that are associated with the Kabiri
    • the ideas about the Gods depend on this impulse of the Greeks
    • force-impulses in the whole connection of a physical human
    • Imaginations awakened by the Kabiri impulses, by the
    • Galatea-impulse, can do no more than hover on its surface.
    • such impulses.
    • experience, the fundamental impulse in the soul of one who
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    • be an impulse to experience life in all its fullness, to
    • peoples have seen the impulse in the soul that brings about
    • through the impulse of the Kabiri the developing of
    • the world lies the impulse of becoming. But modern man no
    • there when the pulse of the moonlight throbbed in tune with
    • the impulse surging, pulsing, through the external world
    • which, from conception the birth, pulses and surges in man.
    • Moon-force, the Moon-impulse. Thus, once again he evokes a
    • into the generative impulse weaving, throbbing, through
    • this generative impulse, Goethe had called in Proteus, the
    • impulses.
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    • dispersal, an overflowing. An opposite condition pulses in
    • the further evolutionary impulse to clash together in violent
    • of strange motives and impulses surge up into his willing.
    • continually losing himself by his impulses being seized by
    • dangers that threaten man's moral impulses. And this is
    • all its atrocity, is the impulse, the essential impulse, that
    • become gradually known to mankind, so that as impulses they
    • supersensible knowledge where fresh social impulses will be
    • good impulse towards man's advancement in the direction he
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    • spiritual impulses as working in the world, when he must think
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    • wording. Every time it is according to impulses in your life to
    • an inner impulse.
    • extraordinary way this old Hebraic folk received the impulse to
    • we see how the impulse, conveyed through the world's
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    • impulses turned to anger it had quite a definite influence on
    • a way that knowledge and will impulses are inter-penetrated by
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    • possessor of thoughts, feelings, and impulses of will which
    • pulse-beat. This happens quickly. The people of whom I am now
    • humanity. A special impulse had to be given towards the
    • cosmic ether, into the impulses of the sphere beneath the Moon,
    • since the our Christmas Conference impulse, that we in the
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    • these impulses can lead away from the forces of decline to the forces
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    • receives from their realms the impulse to descend to the Earth once
    • Earth loving his language merely out of instinct and lower impulses.
    • impulses he develops an over-fervid, organic, animal-like love for
    • impulses are the cause of the misery in social life. And when this is
    • the impulse — now that the dire consequences of materialism are
    • Divine-Spiritual, opening the way for instincts, impulses and
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    • These impulses stream towards the East but as they advance they are
    • impulse as a whole is deeply influenced by the North. But what streams
    • As the Northern Gods send their impulses towards the West, they
    • impulse towards the East, they unfold their life of reflection, their
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    • supreme impulse, could illuminate the whole domain of knowledge for
    • and evolution, and which, in the form of the moral impulses,
    • impulses and the moral order of the world. Of all this people no
    • the impulse in this direction was to be given by his
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    • most powerful impulse in the evolution of mankind. And yet, if we
    • human heart as a commemorative thought of the greatest impulse which
    • full depth and greatness of the impulse which belongs to this
    • in connection with what the Bible tells of the great Christ Impulse of
    • Impulse, upward again towards the spiritual worlds.
    • through the Christ-Impulse. Perhaps you can feel in all of this a kind
    • lies in the Christ-Impulse. But it should be perfectly clear that to
    • can take in the Christ Impulse. No longer can we awaken this great
    • impulse directly within our souls during the Christmas season, even
    • the holy mystery of the Christ Impulse.
    • Christ-Impulse can be born in the human soul, in the human heart and
    • this Christ Impulse is a reality, something which can actually flow
    • Impulse will not remain something abstract or dogmatic. Rather this
    • Christ Impulse, which comes forth from our spiritual movement, will
    • dedicated to remembering the Christ Impulse, we can feel that
    • we nurture our remembrance of the greatest impulse in human evolution.
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    • central nerve impulse of the whole of this great poem. When we
    • inevitable force that can come only from the impulse of so sublime a
    • want to feel the deeper impulses, the mighty impulses that arise on
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    • with every impulse of will that arises in us under the stimulus of
    • their impulses of will and feeling enter their consciousness as they
    • feel,” with every impulse of will, “I will.”
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    • historical impulses in mankind's evolution. How often, for instance,
    • inherent in the Christ Impulse, is something altogether different,
    • that may be regarded as giving the impulse to the human ego, so that
    • discourses. This same dramatic impulse increases from one discourse
    • really means when a new impulse is given for a new epoch in the
    • world’s history, and when the author of this impulse appears to
    • we reflect on the impulse of this new epoch that was to begin with
    • fratricide; when we rightly understand the impulse that forced its
    • highest impulses realizable by man at that time, and that there is
    • in Krishna is grafted onto the world. The highest impulse that can
    • the inner impulse to perfect himself as far as ever a human soul can.
    • universe. With the Krishna Impulse coming into each individual soul,
    • impulse; not immediately, nor even up to the present time, but
    • Krishna Impulse worked in each one. Human existence would have been
    • else came in. The Krishna Impulse comes into man’s soul when
    • earth. This other impulse came from the opposite side. It was the
    • then those souls who had the impulse to individualize themselves more
    • and more were met by the Christ Impulse, leading them once more
    • been a rather preliminary description of the two impulses from the
    • Christ and Krishna. I have tried to show how closely the two impulses
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    • time before the Luciferic impulses entered. Thus we rise in thought
    • could instill into man the impulse to consciousness of self? It was
    • the Krishna impulse signifies incarnated in the body of the Luke
    • to the body that contains what, through another impulse, has brought
    • realm in the age we are entering; how the fundamental impulses of
    • all the earth is to develop such impulses as have been the subject of
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    • his impulses and reactions, or by the thing itself, from fully
    • This is the impulse
    • impulse, all the forces that tend to make man independent and loosen
    • Impulse entered the higher synthesis of the two one-sided tendencies.
    • the St. Luke Jesus child Himself the Christ Impulse lived for three
    • tending to continue. At the time when the Krishna impulse was
    • understanding of the Christ Impulse must break in upon us. The
    • self-consciousness, and this creates an impulse to know the divinity
    • seek the understanding of the Christ Impulse that is opened up by
    • justification. No one must imagine that the Krishna impulse could
    • two extremes — the Luciferic and the Krishna impulses —
    • in the true anthroposophic sense the impulse necessary for the
    • life by truth it is an atrocity to associate the impulse in the
    • impulse with any other impulse in history, because in truth it is the
    • what he, through the continued working of his impulse, still signifies
    • order to reveal the unique, fundamental impulse of human evolution.
    • there is hope because there are souls here who have the impulse, the
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    • so elevated and purified that the impulse which leads on to the
    • present in the soul the impulse toward spiritual knowledge, spiritual
    • understanding — that impulse which is inextinguishable in
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    • Wagner's impulse towards the “Gesamtkunstwerk” (a total
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    • with life, reservoir alike of impulses of will and the cause of
    • lies at the root of impulses of will and is the cause of volcanic
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    • controlled his freed etheric body, poured impulses into him and taught
    • Initiator is not dogma; it is simply an impulse for development. Every
    • truth that is not at the same time a vital impulse, is a sterile
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    • and determined by his feelings — that is to say, by impulses from
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    • impulses of will, his desires and his thoughts, appears to the
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    • of feelings, passions, emotions and impulses of the soul. To inner
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    • impulses given to mankind by command of the masters.
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    • forces — of constant movement — shot through by impulses and passions,
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    • represents the spiral process of evolution. The Christ Impulse
    • The Christ-Impulse transforms implacable Law into Freedom, and the
    • source of this Impulse is the person and example of Christ Jesus.
    • destinies are woven of these impulses, of these acts of grace. If we
    • a new impulse to all humanity? Such, indeed, was the act of a God Who
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    • “Ursprungs-impulse der Geisteswissenschaft”. For
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    • of humanity owe their origin to impulses issuing from occultism. For
    • impulse, as colour and form in the astral body. For example, he sees
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    • and both are given in the highest measure. Strength comes from the impulses
    • what it signifies. The fact is that these figures are their own impulses,
    • to us the impulses and powers for living, and in this way we get a basis
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    • one part has remained as it was, with its animal impulses; the other
    • is the third human corpse, consisting of the lower impulses and desires
    • The corpse retains its lower impulses and habits in a kind of husk;
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    • man, who has worked on his lower impulses, will dissolve very quickly,
    • but with undeveloped persons, who have given free rein to their impulses
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    • and could carry out his impulses in a much more systematic way. But
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    • of evolution. One of the latest of these impulses is the Theosophical
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    • impulses as the Medical Section at the Goetheanum will have their
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    • in the most varied way moral impulses can appear with special
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    • — no matter how they appear in this impulse: healthy or ill or
    • an impulse of free will — and, all that can be known of the
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    • impulse at a definite time of the year to go wandering off somewhere.
    • Often it is to the same region each year. And this inner impulse of
    • circumstances. He wants just to follow his own will-impulses, which
    • will-impulses prevent him from having a normal relation to the world,
    • and he wants only to follow these will-impulses. This is the
    • that extreme turning inward of the will impulses. That is the
    • detail, and the inner will-impulses are no longer increasing: now,
    • digestion and the food substances give an impulse to move. It is a
    • impulses. But these people are isolated from the normal human world
    • impulse is not entirely pathological, but it is characterized by the
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    • all, he is an important actor; this comes from his impulse to bring
    • organization. There lies the impulse one brings with one as talent.
    • it to those who will carry the impulse forward, out of spiritual
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    • physicians work so that creative impulses can now flow into the
    • leave the creative impulse outside in matter itself; the thoughts
    • footprints, of life and it gives one no impulse to investigate
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    • impulses as the Medical Section at the Goetheanum will have their
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    • in the most varied way moral impulses can appear with special
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    • — no matter how they appear in this impulse: healthy or ill or
    • an impulse of free will — and, all that can be known of the
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    • impulse at a definite time of the year to go wandering off somewhere.
    • Often it is to the same region each year. And this inner impulse of
    • circumstances. He wants just to follow his own will-impulses, which
    • will-impulses prevent him from having a normal relation to the world,
    • and he wants only to follow these will-impulses. This is the
    • that extreme turning inward of the will impulses. That is the
    • detail, and the inner will-impulses are no longer increasing: now,
    • digestion and the food substances give an impulse to move. It is a
    • impulses. But these people are isolated from the normal human world
    • impulse is not entirely pathological, but it is characterized by the
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    • all, he is an important actor; this comes from his impulse to bring
    • organization. There lies the impulse one brings with one as talent.
    • it to those who will carry the impulse forward, out of spiritual
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    • physicians work so that creative impulses can now flow into the
    • leave the creative impulse outside in matter itself; the thoughts
    • footprints, of life and it gives one no impulse to investigate
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    • repetition of the past never takes place. Each evolutionary impulse
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    • through the Christ Impulse man is to be set free from the forces of
    • Christ Impulse, to become free of earthly conditions.
    • Christ Impulse within the whole history of mankind.
    • who could not be persuaded of the meaning of the Christ Impulse by
    • detect even for so long as that. Now the Christ Impulse entered into
    • happened for mankind through the working of the Christ Impulse.
    • through the Christ Impulse an entirely new way of relating themselves
    • consciousness which allows the impulse of freedom to quicken within
    • it. The birth of the impulse of freedom is necessarily accompanied by
    • and spiritual when he looks out upon the external world. The impulse
    • taken place, namely, an entirely new impulse, an entirely new Being
    • and yet at the same time they deny the real, inner impulse of the
    • whether one can in very truth feel something of the Christ Impulse, or
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    • conditions of the times. A true Easter impulse needs to be inculcated
    • from any real understanding of the Christ Impulse and how closely this
    • humanity in a new form by the impulse proceeding from the Mystery of
    • anti-Christian impulse, which was of course there under the surface
    • impulses which laid hold of mankind in the 19th century and
    • impulses of all are those which took effect in the 19th
    • century. The first impulse which came to the fore and gained an ever
    • blood-principle. The Christian impulse towards universal humanity was
    • been found. The anti-Christian impulse makes its appearance first and
    • eliminate it, and for men to be stirred by the impulse of the
    • foundation of destruction, namely, the Ahrimanic impulse. — That
    • These two impulses, Nationalism, the Luciferic form of
    • themselves into what ought to have been the Christian impulse of the
    • indeed!” But that will not be until the anti-Christian impulses
    • days when the impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha was finding its way
    • the fundamental impulse is the same: in the unconscious part of their
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    • actual impulses in men of the present and immediate future. I shall
    • Divinity. In Christ we have to do with a Divine Impulse spreading
    • through the world: the Christ Impulse which at the Baptism in the
    • Christianity lies in the Christ Impulse which came to the earth
    • From then onwards, mankind needed an impulse for the return to the
    • spiritual worlds, and this impulse was given in the Fourth
    • carried His impulse to the peoples of the earth. Before then they had
    • Divine Impulse came down to the earth, passed through death
    • and became the source of the impulse which leads humanity upwards.
    • impulse for the ascent was given by Christ.
    • Divine Death and the Impulse proceeding from it, to realise that such
    • Christ Impulse also made its way into works of art. Men yearned for
    • the impulse of a god Who had endured all the sufferings and agonies of
    • stone,— but now, when the impulse given by Christ Jesus for all
    • of the mission of the Christ Impulse, when rightly understood? He
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    • but an inner affirmation, a powerful impulse in life itself. It will
    • will have been strengthened and invigorated by the Christ Impulse
    • With the Coming of Christ this Impulse was given.
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    • As Goethe portrays it, the inner impulse given by the Easter
    • Let us now consider what the impulse was that was received by
    • blood, was not seized by an impulse to be found on the earth, the
    • be spiritualised through the impulse given by the Mystery of Golgotha
    • physical body to such a degree that the Christ Impulse streams into
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    • spirit that have been opened and awakened through the Christ Impulse
    • is spiritualised. And ever since the Christ Impulse awakened the eyes
    • corpse. But there issue from this corpse the impulses which permeate
    • the Impulse of Golgotha — no, illness is not suffering. Even if
    • Christ Impulse, into whose innermost being the Christ Power draws, can
    • cannot spiritually find the way through the Christ Impulse. If we
    • permeate ourselves with the Christ Impulse, permanent separation from
    • because the Christ Impulse received into our souls teaches us to love
    • all things in their due measure. The Christ Impulse shows us the way
    • Christ Impulse that men can yearn only for what is their due. They no
    • the influence of this great impulse into the rest of humanity. It was
    • that the most powerful impulse for the outer spread of Christianity
    • Impulse forward to posterity.
    • the glory of the Christ Power and Christ Impulse it bears within it,
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    • LECTURE 5. Concerning the Subconscious Soul Impulses.
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    • history of the Christ Impulse. It can never be proved on lines of
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    • illness. He suddenly had the impulse to travel, after having forgotten
    • he would draw into his soul the spiritual powers and impulse in the
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    • Christ-impulse, were the first Christians — and above, over their
    • living feelings and are easily urged to impulses of will. They are
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    • plans. But one of those very impulses which may easily bring us well
    • greatly. In ordinary consciousness there are certainly impulses of an
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    • of it or not. ‘While he lay thus with throbbing heart, an impulse
    • there is in human evolution an impulse to carry up to the threshold of
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    • gradually. The early, as yet feeble, materialistic impulse of
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    • Through this it became possible for man to receive an impulse
    • Impulse of Christ. Therefore, the Disciples saw how at the time
    • Christ Impulse — which now was to have meaning for the
    • knowledge of this Impulse.
    • the Christ Impulse should sink into the souls of men also
    • receive the Christ Impulse in the condition between falling
    • Christ Impulse up into his ego and astral nature?
    • Through the Mystery of Golgotha the Christ Impulse has
    • Impulse united itself on Golgotha with the impulses of the
    • is, their ego and astral body, with the Christ-Impulse.
    • him the Holy Spirit. The Christ Impulse thus becomes
    • into themselves the Impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha. We may,
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    • able to bring new impulses into Earth evolution; 6. Pitris (Fathers):
    • thoughts, feelings and will impulses of present-day man. Materialism,
    • The impulse given through the Rosicrucians to European history from
    • Intervention of the impulse of Luciferic Beings and the battle between
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    • needs his organs both for the lowest and the highest impulses. He also
    • impulse must come from the East in order to bring into, them a more
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    • highest principle. It is only through the impulse of the spirit that
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    • from warmth: passions, impulses, instincts, desires, wishes and so on,
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    • able to bring new impulses into Earth evolution; 6. Pitris (Fathers):
    • of his innermost impulses. The wise men of the earth are not yet
    • an earlier Earth evolution. The two next impulses, Kama and Manas, he
    • sequence. The first new impulse (Kama) was only to be found as a force
    • impulse (Manas) came from Mercury in the fifth sub-race of the
    • come over; they became the activating impulse towards Earth evolution.
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    • destruction; a new impulse broke in. In occultism this is called a
    • impulse must come into the world. When one epoch comes to an end
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    • thoughts, feelings and will impulses of present-day man. Materialism,
    • Idealism and spiritual impulses. It was in accordance with this law
    • new inner impulse that will later be able to reveal itself outwardly.
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    • for the entire content of the soul; for passions, emotions, impulses,
    • dark clouds, indicating lower impulses. This is the inherited Karma
    • astral impulses. The physical deeds on the physical plane have
    • the Astral Light, but the impulse which drove him to it has remained
    • impulses. One must hold fast to these and consciously transpose them
    • The greatest impulses of world history can however no longer be read
    • in the Astral Light, for the impulses of the great initiates were
    • read the results of the lives of the great initiates in the impulses
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    • body. Man enters into life filled with desires, impulses and passions.
    • In so far as he masters these impulses, desires and passions, he is
    • substance is radiated into the astral impulses. As long as thinking is
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    • The impulse given through the Rosicrucians to European history from
    • themselves appear under their own names. The impulse which, in the
    • right impulse to be given to these instruments of the occult
    • the impulse to every important discovery; only then did the events
    • with an Indian impulse was necessary because Europe itself had
    • Let us suppose that someone had given the design and the impulse for
    • The impetus towards birth is interconnected with a different impulse.
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    • there is only the form pulsed through with life. A mere form would
    • then no longer draw his impulses from the usual sources. The mood
    • in, and new impulses also strike in coming from mankind as a whole.
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    • Everything intuitive in man, the great impulses which he receives from
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    • the thought is connected with an intense impulse of passion, it has a
    • impulses into its own astral form, so that it usually creates its own
    • the Old Moon, before the coming of the Buddhi impulse; they therefore
    • do not possess this impulse. Hence with them Manas is egotistical. Had
    • came to him from outside, also received the impulse of Buddhi, had he
    • early, have missed this impulse of the Buddhi nature. On the one hand
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    • new impulse, which was brought about by the turning around of the
    • Hero, Who gave the second impulse, is the Christ, the Lion out of the
    • The third impulse will be represented by an Adept who was already an
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    • appearance together with the Mars impulse. Iron came into the blood at
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    • people who will introduce a new impulse into the world. This is
    • we have new impulses these are germinal, awkward, unskillful. On the
    • new impulse.
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    • still kept an impulse from the old Initiation Schools in the Moorish,
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    • The Christ Impulse and the Development of Ego Consciousness
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    • The Christ Impulse and the Development
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    • The Christ Impulse and the Development of the Ego-Consciousness.
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    • masses of the people, and of the impulses determining their
    • all the unbridled impulses and instincts of humanity surge out into
    • said: Under normal conditions the evil impulses of will which are sent
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    • The Mars-existence reveals all those impulses which are not, indeed,
    • impulses which spring as it were from his whole character and
    • impulses described in my
    • as rooted in pure thinking, but of moral impulses in which there is
    • inclinations, of moral impulses and so on in accordance with the
    • he acquires, as I say, a wealth of unconscious impulses. Equipped with
    • these impulses, he will then be well able to observe the mysteries of
    • Moral Impulses
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    • from an inwardly associated impulse, we were able gradually to make
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    • the impulses, the essential driving forces of human evolution, have in
    • the beginning of post-Atlantean times and gave the impulse for human
    • exalted must have been the initiation principle that gave the impulse
    • impulse for their culture. Then, before our vision, arises the
    • important cultural impulses in the course of successive ages, had
    • or the beating of one's heart and pulse in the physical body.
    • course of evolution as impulse all that can be given through living
    • of external events. But that at certain points of the chain impulses
    • out-streaming from the initiates. We perceive how the impulses flowing
    • various religions that, through initiation as impulse of development,
    • the various streams and impulses flowing from initiation. No one in
    • impulses stand in regard to human evolution, particularly in
    • profoundly, and gave the various impulses out of that world into the
    • the distinction will also be understood between the impulses that have
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    • flow of impulses, cravings, sense impressions, ideas, intellectual
    • impulses, desires and passions, in his feelings, ideas, and the
    • concentration and permeating oneself with moral impulses, one can
    • impulses. Then we feel growing within us forces the activity of which
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    • things, as an impulse given by a being of the spiritual world —
    • lecture, that is, the impulses that are continually flowing into human
    • worlds so that they can give out these impulses. When you reach the
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    • impulse to get to know the order of nature, the laws of nature, that
    • send active impulses into physical life so that one thing may take
    • the impulses of spiritual life are introduced, which are from epoch to
    • this we find Lucifer again. It is he who is Light-bearer, impulse and
    • arouses impulses leading only to self-gratification in the human soul.
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    • that the impulses of initiates did not merely flow from earthly
    • wisdom, but that great initiates have come to their greatest impulses,
    • moral impulses, and so forth, and work with such mighty power because
    • in their own souls the sure impulse that can only come from
    • super-sensible worlds, will never be able to find this impulse.
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    • sends this impulse into our sub-consciousness and thus fighting
    • become more and more conscious of the Spirit impulse. The
    • Since Golgotha it is the permeation with the Christ Impulse that
    • Impulse brings us to the midnight of the world: our desire towards
    • sufficient of this Christ Impulse. The surplus strengthens the
    • impulse of the Holy Ghost. Like the case of excess of fish-spawn we
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    • will-impulses cannot exist together in one object. Although we occupy
    • definite purpose — the definite impulse to become acquainted
    • acknowledge there in thy physical body pulses and weaves the etheric
    • life on the physical plane corresponds to the impulse of the Will. As
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    • have again received a new impulse towards the distant goal of the
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    • sends this impulse into our sub-consciousness and thus fighting
    • would so act upon us that we should have the impulse to cast behind
    • within us a direct impulse to spiritualise ourselves just as we are,
    • from us; the door of our consciousness is closed against this impulse
    • the act of perception this ever-springing impulse towards
    • should have the impulse to spiritualise ourselves with all the
    • at the same time a sort of impulse towards a future ‘making
    • (and many have the impulse to say this at the present time): ‘Why
    • which come from what we sensibly perceive, never give such an impulse
    • all. The only ideas which give us the impulse and power which we need
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    • become more and more conscious of the Spirit impulse. The
    • instincts of life, the more unconscious impulses of life change. His
    • instincts different; it gives us the impulse to do the right thing.
    • consequence of this is that we must receive the impulse once more, in
    • Christ! An active up-rousing of the impulse for truth is required in
    • spiritual world is that we should have the impulse, the power, to
    • fact, must become a living impulse in us. This impulse can only be
    • right impulses to pass through the portal of death, when we find the
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    • Since Golgotha it is the permeation with the Christ Impulse that
    • Impulse brings us to the midnight of the world: our desire towards
    • enjoy and suffer, we live in our passions and we develop impulses of
    • suffered more, we still could have developed more impulses of the
    • in our soul and spirit nature we have the impulse to return, because
    • feeling and permeated with the impulse of will — this
    • far does the impulse proceeding from the power of Christ extend, that
    • into the physical world. There is the Christ-impulse which is present
    • live. When the Christ-impulse has brought us as far as to the
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    • sufficient of this Christ Impulse. The surplus strengthens the
    • impulse of the Holy Ghost. Like the case of excess of fish-spawn we
    • impulse karmically to make compensation for various things. These
    • and the impulse which makes us long for it — yet makes us cry
    • from our earthly life. If the Christ-impulse had not entered the
    • die in Christ. For this the Christ-impulse is necessary. It preserves
    • Christ-impulse supplies us with more than barely sufficient force
    • the Spirit should not come to us, the Christ-impulse would be able to
    • with our memory, but the Christ-impulse would carry us over. This is
    • merely a bare amount of the Christ-impulse. Even at the present time,
    • the Christ-impulse should enter into his soul as a mightier impulse,
    • impulse of Christ, and we feel the force of the Spirit more strongly
    • than would be the case if the Christ-impulse were not there.
    • The surplus of the Christ-impulse
    • that remains with us, strengthens the impulse of the Spirit.
    • Christ-impulse it strengthens the impulse of the Holy Ghost, and
    • thereby such a spiritual impulse is introduced to our souls that,
    • gain in this way through the Christ-impulse strengthening the impulse
    • they are filled with the Christ-impulse and the impulse of the
    • Christ-impulse, so that more and more Spirit shall enter into
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    • unconscious unfolding of impulses which work on beyond death —
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    • intellectually, but so that the weaving pulse of life in all things
    • breathed upon by the impulse of Spiritual Science — if I may
    • soul from the impulse of Spiritual Science. The aim of our
    • this most important of all impulses, which alone gives earthly
    • impulse is now emerging — and not only because of the enhanced
    • awareness of some people concerning property or poverty. This impulse
    • of our age you may see how a social impulse, in the broadest
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    • a strong warmth of impulse, towards the needs of the time.
    • fellowship belongs in a sense to the Christ Impulse. That is the
    • essential thing — the Christ Impulse belongs not to single men
    • spiritual life on earth has its roots and impulse in the life before
    • earth-life — the life connected solely with impulses which take
    • the bearer of a super-earthly impulse — when, for example, the
    • orientated towards those impulses which run their course between
    • ... what is the ruling impulse in earthly spiritual life?
    • life becomes. And the impulse towards brotherhood arises when we
    • from this sphere arises an impulse which works on into super-earthly
    • birth; political life, bound up with the impulses which take their
    • can we find our way again to the Christ Impulse?
    • show that the way is not always found. Before the Christ Impulse
    • The impulse to take
    • the way to the Christ — even though it be oft-times an impulse
    • is, without finding its way to the Christ Impulse. And so we must not
    • impulse which is, in truth, the Christ Impulse. If I do not look on
    • connected with the deepest social impulses and tasks of our time.
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    • was indeed a pure impulse of the heart, the human heart. But the very
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    • living Spirit, permeated with the Christ-Impulse!
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    • sorrow, of happiness and suffering, of passions, impulses, desires,
    • pain; I have these impulses, desires, or passions.’ But surely we
    • inner world, behind the world of our passions, impulses and
    • impulses for his actions arise from inner feelings issuing
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    • impulses which have driven him to such actions during sleep. The
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    • desires, impulses, urges, passions, and so on — are transformed
    • about it to others. No such impulse is working in those who regard
    • Science draws its impulse and if it were not for these facts,
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    • unknown realm of his own inner being he must suppress all impulses of
    • impulses of his own and to carry out meticulously what the
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    • by his egoistic impulses. The Ego awakens with a strength that would
    • among the impulses and cravings in his soul and they make their way
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    • perfect. — Only with this impulse is it permissible for anyone to
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    • expression of impulses, appetites and passions; because man is endowed
    • impulses or appetites that degrade it. We may well be impressed by the
    • chastity of the plant in contrast to the impulses, desires and
    • impulses and so forth. He will achieve this mastery when his higher
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    • approach, a quickened pulse makes him conscious of the heart's assent.
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    • Ego, of his feelings and impulses of will, man could not unfold this
    • nature in a primeval epoch when it was not yet filled with impulses
    • impulses of feeling, we draw the impulses for our actions from
    • living waters, then we have understood and grasped the impulse that
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    • life with the ideas, feelings and impulses of the will which we
    • impulses of his own actions and to what science has been saying
    • impulses for the renewal of social life are found out of the
    • such a way that it does not arise out of our inner impulses
    • ourselves have to direct quite definite impulses and motives so
    • social impulses to man, which will be able to solve the
    • our total outlook, when we try to find the impulses for solving
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    • a result of the Luciferic impulses it became possible at a later
    • can further permeate the content of our meditation with impulses of
    • the impulse of our will united with that activity; we can feel our own
    • light shine and vibrate through the world. We must feel the impulse
    • our meditation is filled with impulses of the will, we are holding back a
    • influence through impulses of will.
    • addition to the impulses underlying the development of humanity, the
    • facts can lead to nothing else than the impulse to take the necessary
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    • was a mighty impulse which had never before been given in the same
    • different ideas and conceptions, impulses of feeling, impulses of
    • understand all that the Christ Impulse, all that the Mystery of
    • earth, the direct impulse of Michael ceased. At the time when the old
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    • permeated by a kind of pulse beat that originates from deeper
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    • stone, he experienced its inner impulse of movement in his own inner
    • But if we know that the body possesses an inner velocity-impulse,
    • within itself the impulse for its own velocity. This then is a
    • semblance, inherent in pure thinking, becomes the impulse of freedom
    • most powerful moral impulses — those individual moral impulses
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    • a pedagogical impulse applicable to the teaching of science. Today we
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    • itself in the last analysis to our will impulse. Strange as it may
    • impulses, as I have explained we do in geometry, this is because we
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    • send will impulses into the realm of thought.
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    • a new impulse to the development hitherto consummated by the human
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    • the moral impulses can also be taken up into this pseudo-thought, so
    • that they exercise no compulsion on man. The moral impulses are
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    • the impulse towards it is derived from the astral organism, which in
    • Man's soul cannot gain sufficient impulses out of that cosmic
    • non-human, spiritual impulses of the cosmos are active. I have called
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    • containing the impulse that enables the life of the plant to arise from
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    • a token, an impulse of will, to make reparation for what hinders its
    • the sum total of all the good will impulses, and secondly, what he has
    • etheric body, the good impulses of will.
    • his new archetype. Once it is created, this archetype has the impulse every
    • human being himself. It is not easy to describe this impulse so we will
    • to give expression to it. The impulse has led the thought to take on
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    • hand in the physical world, because it is preceded by an impulse of
    • the predispositions and impulses that enable the bond with those whom
    • Adjustment starts from Devachan. It is from there that the impulse is
    • archetype, the impulse comes to him to descend again to the physical plane.
    • it the definite impulse to do this? During the kamaloka period, when
    • it is continually receiving, in the experience it undergoes, impulses
    • temporarily ineradicable impulse that reparation must he made for this.
    • the impulse to rectify its faults. In the higher worlds there is even
    • gives it the impulse to descend again to the earth in order to make
    • incarnate. You know that procreation is connected with certain impulses
    • of feeling, impulses of love, sympathy born of love. The process of
    • human love. The strongest impulses are given to the etheric body through
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    • ball, for example, could have been repulsed by this psychic force. The
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    • has been kindled by the Christ impulse. In uniting himself with the
    • Christ impulse, man spiritualizes his life.
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    • man has developed the impulse of brotherliness in himself, the growth of
    • or impulse, desire and ideation, emerges in the next life, or one of
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    • Observe the pulse or the processes of digestion and admire the great
    • Visualize the regularity of the pulse and breath and contrast it with
    • festival of the birth of mankind's highest feelings and will impulses.
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    • Refreshed anew life's pulses beat and waken
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    • suggestions of physical impulses and passions, but also according to
    • Certainly when we act morally, spiritual impulses play a part in our
    • is an interplay of spiritual impulses, even so do spiritual impulses
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    • us as thoughts, feelings, and impulses of will. Thus in this category
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    • Probably to become free from what we call usually egoistic impulses is
    • being, if accepted as feeling, as inner impulse, is a powerful
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    • it has an inner impulse which drives it through space, just as man has
    • an inner impulse of will which causes him to take steps, to walk along
    • of Will were only to give the impulse of motion to the planet, every
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    • astral body, we have to allot to the Spirits of Wisdom. That impulse
    • isolated course in space but so moves that its impulses of motion are
    • allow the impulses of his will to remain unfulfilled. What lives as
    • Third Hierarchy had an impulse, an urge, not merely to be dependent
    • question, namely, that an impulse arose in a number of the Third
    • simply the result, the consequence of this impulse. What then was this
    • this impulse, did not do what they did for the sake of lying, but in
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    • and has an impulse to movement, we must ascribe to the Spirits of
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    • for which the impulse of knowledge can only come from within. For
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    • the impulse for their activity in the six or seven principal planets
    • impulse for the animal forms is continually sought to-day in some
    • growth of humanity that they stimulate the great impulses of
    • the great civilisation impulses in the evolution of the earth which
    • Spirit of Motion came originally that impulse of civilisation which
    • was expressed in Buddhism. Other impulses of civilisation coming from
    • Spirits of Motion the racial forms of humanity, these great impulses
    • their normal evolution. Many other impulses also come from this
    • point of view, the impulses of civilisation. Now, here you have in
    • that which gives the impulse to motion. Belonging to the plants we
    • direct impulse of activity for the group-egos of the plants in the
    • give a direct impulse from the sun, that it seems to come not only
    • from the sun to the earth. Now how are the impulses revealed, which
    • the sun. We have to seek the impulse of the normally-developed Spirits
    • occultists has already been accomplished. Did the Christ-Impulse arise
    • in the West? Has any western nation brought forth the Christ-Impulse
    • from its own people, its own races? No; the Christ-Impulse, as an
    • impulse given to the whole of humanity, has been accepted, though this
    • Christ-Impulse, in relation to its external presentation, was foreign
    • single impulse belonging to any one single group of humanity is
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    • desires, impulses and concepts which our physical earth-life brings to
    • plays in our egotistical impulses, which are the original cause of all
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    • impulse, the force that enabled you to flee from the land of Egypt
    • of an image there can be an impulse that cannot be made into an image;
    • A strong ego impulse that creates good health was to be given the
    • proper application of the ego impulse but that it is destroyed by its
    • power streams to man's ego impulse when he fosters life, making it
    • of the impulse behind the Commandments. It is not the “Do not steal”
    • sense to give the Jewish people these laws so that the ego impulse
    • Golgotha the ego impulse became something different from what it was
    • during the time of Moses. They told themselves that the ego impulse
    • understood Christianity, of the impulses that served as a preparation
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    • impulse, the force that enabled you to flee from the land of Egypt
    • of an image there can be an impulse that cannot be made into an image;
    • A strong ego impulse that creates good health was to be given the
    • proper application of the ego impulse but that it is destroyed by its
    • power streams to man's ego impulse when he fosters life, making it
    • of the impulse behind the Commandments. It is not the “Do not steal”
    • sense to give the Jewish people these laws so that the ego impulse
    • Golgotha the ego impulse became something different from what it was
    • during the time of Moses. They told themselves that the ego impulse
    • understood Christianity, of the impulses that served as a preparation
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    • Then he can experience a sign of the new impulse in world evolution.
    • and Christ impulse, and can unite himself as an ego with this impulse.
    • able with his purified physical forces to receive the Christ impulse
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    • impossible had not the Christ impulse taken hold of a large part of
    • written them not with earthly means, but with impulses from the
    • human evolution in connection with the Christ-impulse, and then we
    • evolution there had once entered a strong impulse, which broke into
    • human evolution as an impulse from the spiritual worlds, from which
    • the beginning of our era, this impulse had taken hold of a man who was
    • holiest knowledge, with the spiritual impulses of humanity, they had
    • was something which was different from all other religious impulses,
    • during life, this was the force, the impulse, which for three years
    • human culture, I need an impulse from the spiritual worlds, in order
    • Christ-impulse. That man is not gripped by the Christ-impulse who says
    • world there can come impulses of force, of strength. Men can have this
    • Nazareth this impulse which came directly out of the spiritual worlds.
    • Christ-impulse was once implanted into humanity, and that since that
    • connection with the spiritual world. And this is because the impulse
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    • there lived in this personality that impulse, that force of the
    • recognize in Christ that which lived as an impulse for three years in
    • Christ-impulse is a once-appearing impulse for the earth and is not
    • physical incarnation, but as a once-appearing impulse lived only for
    • the impulse which could bring to men the feeling that in this physical
    • Thus one learns to love Karma, and then this is the impulse to know
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    • child as a moral impulse out of the previous life on earth. The most
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    • way the impulses that have brought you together here. Much of what I
    • light — the Middle European spiritual impulse — were, in
    • if, besides red and white blood corpuscles, thoughts, too, pulse
    • thought to pulse through the will and the heart.
    • Nature herself works according to artistic impulses? If it were so,
    • heart's blood will pulse through what they have in their heads;
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    • not aim at being a system of principles but an impulse to awaken. It
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    • impulse for the renewal of the moral life, but rather to show that
    • intellect can give a sound direction. Yet the whole impulse of the
    • one thought about ethics and moral impulses.
    • goes on, will only be able to find moral impulses in the very essence
    • of the soul; that even for the moral impulses of everyday life, they
    • impulses will become gradually less decisive than the moral
    • contrast of this life of soul, still full of spiritual impulses —
    • impulse.
    • was not so, because in his time he failed to find the impulse which
    • the state of the ethical impulses of the time. Paul Rée's
    • what in his opinion a child has, namely, a life of instinct, impulses
    • naturally with the living impulses of the soul. He gets nothing but a
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    • the moral impulses of that time were bound up with what was divine.
    • Moral impulses of that time can no longer be regarded as moral
    • impulses for today. When in the first third of the fifteenth century
    • been able to ferret out antiquated moral impulses. After some years,
    • would have become an impulse carried into practice. That was one
    • individuality moral impulses which have to be worked for and are no
    • longer given in the form of the old impulses. Intuitions must be
    • impulses for the future must be produced out of moral phantasy, moral
    • earlier times the outer man received moral impulses from outside. Now
    • we are thinking, just as when we learnt to speak an impulse arose in
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    • living in an age when many new impulses must come into the evolution
    • that the most diverse impulses were necessary to follow what I
    • epochs, we find a great range of inner impulses arising like
    • an interesting study of how these impulses to obey the old moral
    • evolution, so the impulses mentioned no longer contain an impelling
    • intuitions. And then it dawns upon us that the old moral impulses
    • civilized humanity, two moral impulses of supreme importance. If
    • of man the impulse of moral love, and outwardly, in the intercourse
    • between human beings, the moral impulse of confidence.
    • to do this or that were only a metamorphosis of the impulses
    • down from former times out of old moral impulses, there stands the
    • impulse for the future.
    • and the pain of the inevitable mistrust. Ethical impulses will
    • religious impulses. In quite another way, for we must strive to gain
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    • cosmos? It was because they felt an inner impulse which they were
    • many centuries before, arose the impulse to dispute about the reality
    • writes chapter after chapter, always restraining the impulse to allow
    • longer lived from their previous earth-life the impulse that thought
    • You will only understand if you develop in Freedom the inner impulse
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    • out of an impulse of the soul, but he really does it because of the
    • it becomes the innermost human impulse.
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    • artistic impulse gives to the human soul there lives and weaves what
    • capable of growth, that his concepts and will-impulses are really
    • and not by human impulses.
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    • one can adequately describe the impulse that has entered modern
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    • world we are able to implant life through our moral impulses. Thus
    • is the fundamental impulse of all educational doctrine. We must not
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    • The Michael path and the deepest impulses of the social question
    • The culture of the Mysteries and the Michael impulse.
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    • Impulse.
    • You must realize that the Christ impulse can only be comprehended if
    • one sees in it the impulse of equilibrium between the Ahrimanic
    • people in regard to the true Christ impulse? One must divert their
    • wishes to point to the Christ impulse in its true meaning, it is
    • understanding of those impulses which radiate from the Michael being
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    • Divine and a pure concept of the Christ impulse in human and world
    • divine impulse reached the human being through an activity that is not
    • From this it will become clear to you that this divine impulse could
    • Luciferic element was incorporated in man through the Michael impulse.
    • pulses through the blood. We must learn to know the spirit that pulses
    • united itself with the earth through the Christ impulse and which must
    • the spiritual. Only the Christ impulse can help us with this, the
    • Christ impulse in the interpretation of the Michael impulse. Then to
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    • of men. Through this the impulse of intelligence arose in human
    • You can feel what this impulse of intelligence signifies in mankind if
    • Christ impulse. But the Christ impulse is something
    • different from the intelligence impulse. The intelligence impulse is
    • gain any relation to the Christ impulse other than a personal one.
    • from one another, make the Christ impulse their personal affair: the
    • Christ impulse, through its very nature, will become the same for
    • through the Christ impulse itself the relationship of every human
    • you see, is the difference between the intelligence impulse and the
    • Christ impulse. The Christ impulse may be the same for all mankind and
    • Now, what was the situation into which the Christ impulse entered? We
    • its knowledge upon this Luciferic element. To give this impulse
    • and shall know that our intelligence needs a new impulse if it is to
    • We say that through the Mystery of Golgotha the Christ impulse has
    • the faculty of perceiving the Christ impulse in our midst, everywhere,
    • Christ-Impulse in the true sense of the word. But we must go to meet
    • ourselves recognize as super-sensible, the Christ impulse.
    • deepest impulses of the social question. For the abstract League of
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    • the impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha from the orient, we must say:
    • forces which pulse through our existence and which otherwise remain
    • of our human nature? The Christ impulse, that which passed over
    • impulse is a requisite part of his nature.
    • by permeating ourselves more and more with the Christ impulse which
    • the fifteenth century A.D. they receive the new impulse which I have
    • characterized as an Ahrimanic impulse, and through which they will
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    • that is, to acquire a social impulse.
    • must receive spiritual impulses which counteract decadence. Therefore
    • fifteenth century. These beings possess chiefly the impulse of a force
    • Luciferic impulse continues to live. I have characterized human
    • intelligence as an actual Luciferic impulse. Thus we may say: if we
    • The sub-human beings whose main character consists of an impulse which
    • thorough grasp of the necessity of the Christ impulse. One must
    • recognize where the Christ impulse is lacking. Yesterday we showed
    • that in the middle stratum of consciousness the Christ impulse takes
    • the human soul of the Christ impulse in its present form.
    • unbridled instinctive impulses and does not strive for clarity in
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    • but for the comprehension of the significant impulses in mankind's
    • evolution of mankind it is imperative that certain impulses which try
    • who, after all, thoroughly knows the deeper historical impulses of the
    • overlook trifles, but that we should also consider the small impulses
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    • started at the beginning of the twentieth century to send its impulses
    • by impulses which cannot be grasped with the concepts of our waking
    • we are governed by impulses in historical life which, for ordinary
    • dreams away the life of feeling, so it dreams away the impulses of
    • are numerous unconscious and subconscious forces and impulses which
    • have very little knowledge of one another! In such cases the impulses
    • Life is permeated everywhere by subconscious or unconscious impulses.
    • These subconscious impulses bind us together here on earth, but they
    • early age, this mourning, has it its actual content and deeper impulse,
    • into the souls of those who mourn him, calling forth an impulse. It is
    • our will impulses. It speaks of the worlds within which we exist with
    • speaks is the real world in which our feelings and our will impulses
    • impulses. We should pay special attention to this in our time. For, my
    • dear friends, if we were to trace the will impulses of the human
    • impulses for their external life. As I have already said, people still
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    • a spiritual understanding of the most important impulses of our age
    • with our feelings and sleep with our will impulses. This is a matter
    • exist, together with us, in which their impulses are active, then we
    • of our age, for it belongs among the most significant impulses of the
    • purpose is to draw attention to the impulses that must enter human
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    • those who, simply through the impulses of the age, are forced
    • human being as the sexual impulse emphasized by Freud. This was
    • as many cases may be found to support the power-impulse theory
    • action of our present-day impulses, especially the feebleness
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    • forces down numerous impulses into the subconsciousness, which
    • impulses are effective.
    • cunning to be aroused. And that the love impulse so often plays
    • not always be designated as being the primary impulse, but
    • action of spiritual impulses by showing that a child while
    • from it all possible impulses, and bringing them down with him
    • corresponding impulse of their author. What was Schopenhauer's
    • formed in Nietzsche's soul the impulse to continue his
    • to show the mighty thought impulses, detached from all his
    • resisting impulses.
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    • visualizations and percepts, our impulses of will, our
    • ordinary consciousness. But since all our feelings and impulses
    • so we must substitute for the thoughts, feelings and impulses of
    • impulses, act in the manner described not only upon their
    • felt in the physical world the impulse to lie or were tolerant
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    • The real task of anthroposophy, is to give the right impulse. We must
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    • of the greatest Impulse, which has entered the evolution of humanity
    • impulse. Therefore the old Hebrew people are led into the Babylonian
    • impulse which so worked that in the last fourteen generations this
    • they had here received the Egyptian Impulse, returned to Canaan. That
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    • this Ego, the Christ-Impulse had to be the most intense impulse. If,
    • case with the Christ-Impulse. But a transition had to exist. Things
    • was kindled through the Christ-Impulse. Things could not take this
    • really should become through the reception of the Christ-Impulse
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    • Scepticism. He had taken all those impulses into his soul which
    • and thereby obtained the strongest impulses.
    • people trouble so little as to how certain impulses in
    • absolutely saturated by the Christ-Impulse. He does not seek a
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    • speaking of these things, but by grasping the concrete impulses
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    • leader who gave the impulse for this evolution of mankind, was one of
    • the fundamental discovery, the discovery that gave the impulse to all
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    • important impulses during the earlier root-races, went through their
    • to the earth as great impulses. The Manus of Lemuria and Atlantis, as
    • Impulses are given to them, but yet in such a way that it is out of
    • of affairs, initiates who followed no impulses derived from kama but
    • impulse did not yet pass through the thinking mind. But in the fifth
    • physical plane. The most significant impulse by those directly
    • Individuals receive impulses enabling them to bring mankind to the
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    • various impulses. Now all the bad beings who had been expelled with
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    • from the lower impulses, which are here symbolized by the snake. The
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    • again with. an altogether new impulse, as from the fountain of life,
    • humanity through the Christ Impulse. When one speaks of Western
    • the fountain-head of the Christ Impulse. All the great treasures of
    • Impulse. Therefore much of what we have to say about the spiritual
    • the times after Christ, really understood the Christ Impulse; for all
    • Impulse that is like a cure for the pain of life.’ The Buddha
    • through the healing power of the Christ Impulse, and there is no more
    • of this, the Christ Impulse is such a powerful and important saving
    • beyond and above it through that great Impulse. Why could the Christ
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    • can be carried out, and these impulses become realities. The Spirits
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    • the impulse to rotation was given. Then, that which had received the
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    • received. Formerly Saturn used its own impulse for its movements;
    • And that self-movement, after it had received the first impulse, is
    • found by this means the impulse for movement within itself.
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    • whether the great thoughts, the great impulses, which great men have
    • direct certainty, with immediate impulse they put into action, all
    • Godhead, the reception of the immediate impulse to put into action
    • Godhead, they feel the immediate impulse to follow the revelations of
    • impulse is not so strong, but it still is a direct one. It would be
    • impulses given them by the Godhead. The Dominions of the second
    • that deed, which gave the impulse to Paul, this was the cause of it
    • that which gives me the impulse for my actions — I do not
    • forced to follow His Impulse, one follows it only when one
    • impossible. A Being who blindly follows an impulse, just follows it;
    • impulse of the Godhead, having the sight of God. The Spirits of
    • maturing towards accomplishment from out his own Impulses. Even if
    • act in the direction of the impulses they receive from the gods; then
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    • and their impulse understood.
    • impulses to bear on it. He claimed that Anthroposophy points to a
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    • must expand. Its inner impulse is to expand over the earth; moreover,
    • to be conducted without the infusion of spiritual impulses.’
    • Whether they harmonise with us in inner impulse, or whether the very
    • impulses, world dangers, and world destinies. They are an adequate
    • impulse.
    • indicates this great Mid-European impulse. In Goethe, the
    • learn and to understand the nations, has an impulse of love and
    • harmony implanted in him — an impulse far more powerful, more
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    • knowledge of the Christ impulse and all that the course of the
    • centuries has gradually evolved from this Christ impulse in the form
    • strong impulses of thought, feeling and will must work in the soul
    • subjective experiences, impulses proceeding from the strong,
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    • lower impulses develop in him, as he experiences wilder or calmer
    • character of the will impulses. Images and shapes arise in the astral
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    • evolution has also been enriched, and impulses have since been poured
    • importance of the Christ impulse in human evolution has already been
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    • arise impulses which shall permeate the spiritual evolution of
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    • intervening Christ impulse. This is not a simple repetition of the
    • co-existence and also the flowing of souls, the impulses from one to
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    • advent of the Christ-impulse, it is a fact that when a man looked
    • is the impulse, which causes us to say: ‘Christ is the
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    • causes the astral body to extend its impulses beyond the organism. In
    • It is none other than the nature of will. The impulse of will that
    • process of smelling is one of resistance, an impulse to force back
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    • activity inward, and this impulse directed inward is perceived. When
    • impulses proceed largely from without; while above, it is principally
    • of anthroposophy. It receives fruitful impulses from above, from
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    • hate the question is. Whence? We will always find one impulse in soul
    • experiences themselves that gives rise to love and hate, an impulse
    • the impulse arise that entails motion. According to spiritual
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    • proceed from the innermost impulses of the soul. Precisely this fact
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    • obey not only his inner life of impulses, but the impulses entering
    • morality and beauty. We must break, as it were, with impulses and
    • but was born of the noblest impulses of our soul.
    • We have, then, brought forth out of the noblest impulses
    • impulses of will only as far as these remain within the soul, and
    • of our emotions by way of an inner impulse to the hand movement, to
    • will impulse when we set our body in motion, and as a continuation of
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    • way of exalted human passions and impulses, might well resent the
    • impulses that appear to him symbolically either as huge, frightful
    • its true form, discloses as its prime impulse, its predominant force,
    • virtue of its inherent impulses, divinity passed through many
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    • penetrated into the dark world of desires, impulses and passions.
    • the great moment when they had received the impulse which was
    • the pulse, of the process of digestion and you will feel the mighty
    • of your pulse, your breathing, and then of the irregularity, the
    • thinking upon which human passions, impulses and instincts no longer
    • confusion, for the life of instincts and impulses is itself a seething
    • chaos. When, however, impulses, instincts and passions have been
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    • and potent impulses in the evolution of mankind. Present-day
    • impulses went out from the Mysteries. And — let the modern intellect
    • judge of this as it will — these impulses were connected with the
    • inferior being. For the impulse went out from that Mystery-centre at
    • concerned saw this in the spirit. Later, when the Mystery-impulse in
    • own inner experiences. From the warm countries came the impulse which
    • Golgotha, is an accomplished Fact. The impulse entered, to begin with,
    • Christmas impulses protect luckless European humanity from such a
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    • belongs. It is of the impulses of will which then take effect in the
    • knowledge of the world around him, while he is unfolding the impulses
    • heavens are common to all; the earth is common to all. The impulse of
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    • solstice was closely connected with the Christian impulse and it was
    • received a new impulse. This Mystery of the descent of a heavenly
    • But the Christian impulse is mighty and powerful. And it was the power
    • the Father. Certain impulses underlying the process of evolution
    • and God the Son. And to this day these impulses have remained in
    • count upon the egotistical impulses in human beings when they want to
    • impulses. Human beings are not so egotistical in their desire for
    • The other pole of life — namely, death — demands a different impulse
    • impulse of renewal, for inasmuch as Christianity no longer understands
    • the immediate future. A new Christ Impulse must be born and a new
    • but bringing a new birth, the birth of a new Christ Impulse. Out of
    • impulse consciously. Again we must learn to understand that when the
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    • of Christmas must quicken the impulse whereby in the Holy Night of
    • with a new impulse, be fraught with the meaning and purpose imparted
    • it is again beginning to be possible for those in whom the impulses of
    • And so spiritual science enables us to understand the Christ Impulse
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    • and mid-Atlantis as between mid-Atlantis and the Christ Impulse. Man
    • should behave. The Poor in Spirit. The Christ Impulse. The Etheric body.
    • impulse to materialism. ‘Signs from the Heavens.’ In the
    • activity on physical plane to one in Spirit world. The Impulse of the
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    • impulse, an incitement to act in a certain way in a given case. We
    • impulses. When he lost the last remains of his astral clairvoyance,
    • given an impulse for progress. In a certain sense what man was to grow
    • In other words: the impulse for logical thinking had to be given
    • before the Buddha gave the impulse for Conscience. Conscience was to
    • what proceeded from the impulses of a special kind of music, which was
    • Christ once worked in the same way. Christ gives an impulse of the
    • further develop what He brought as the greatest impulse in the
    • earth evolution an impulse for which the Bodhisattvas had to prepare
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    • humanity on earth was reached when the Christ-Impulse was given at the
    • own impulses. He would otherwise have remained entirely dependent upon
    • evil, nor act from his own impulses. He could only have acted from
    • Mystery of Golgotha. The Christ-Impulse would have been given to man
    • Christ-Impulse as had elapsed between the intervention of the
    • Christ-Impulse. Thus, through man's having acquired a likeness to the
    • Christ-Impulse. For before that could come man had to go through the
    • earth through the luciferic impulse. He had to wait, not only till
    • these, for then only could the Christ-Impulse descend to the earth. In
    • impulse would have come in the middle of the Atlantean period, but as
    • Thus through the Christ-Impulse the consciousness came to man that in
    • the Christ-Impulse, it was made possible for man to say: ‘I must
    • the impulse enabling man to distinguish between good and evil was not
    • Christ-Impulse, have distinguished in his inner being between good and
    • ego-being into the kingdoms of heaven, they received the impulse
    • in accordance with their impulses, he would not to-day, when he
    • Everything lacking in man will be made good by the Christ-Impulse; but
    • Christ-Impulse, to overcome selfishness and to heal his etheric body
    • the luciferic impulse, so will he be led up out of them by the
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    • other words it ought to have been able to take up the Christ-Impulse.
    • however, an impulse had to be given to mankind which should to some
    • Through Christ, the impulse was to penetrate to the depths of man's
    • inner being, out of the body of Christ there spoke such an impulse as
    • different by this impulse?
    • Before this impulse came, all that brought happiness to men, that gave
    • instinctively in their course. All their impulses, actions, emotions
    • passions, desires and impulses of this astral body — would of
    • that through the taming and purifying of his impulses and passions man
    • righteousness. ‘Blessed are they who, through the Christ-Impulse,
    • Christ-Impulse. And those who take up the Christ-Impulse will become
    • Christ-Impulse brings, enters into the whole evolution of humanity
    • Christ-Impulse should stand firm on the basis thereof, quite permeated
    • to the Christ-Impulse itself, for He says to the Apostles:
    • materialistic influence it was easy to believe that the Christ-Impulse
    • receiving the new Christ-Impulse. For it is on earth that we must
    • acquire the capacity of grasping all the Christ-Impulses, no matter
    • an understanding of the Christ-Impulse! For all the souls now living,
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    • every new appearance of this comet a new impulse was born, to drive
    • new impulse towards materialism was again given by the appearance of
    • impulse must follow it that we may rise from the depths of materialism
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    • various ways to point out that what we know as the Christ-Impulse is
    • further the Christ-Impulse from all sides, and moreover, when all is
    • intervention of the Christ-Impulse in the development of mankind. In
    • as the Christ Impulse. We might say that conscience followed close on
    • the Christ Impulse; it entered the historical development of the world
    • almost like the shadow of that Impulse. In order to understand this,
    • course of its development was approaching the Christ Impulse and in
    • which it absorbed this Impulse, and then gradually passed into our
    • might be able to reach and absorb the significant impulse we know as
    • the Christ Impulse. And in our own age we see the epoch in which this
    • Impulse will be further developed, and this will be continued
    • Christ-Impulse be exercised upon him.
    • that was to prepare them to receive the Christ-Impulse, others living
    • Christ-Impulse could find so unhindered an entrance into Europe and
    • impulse of Love to the earth. Love is that which, in its most psychic
    • urging impulse; but it is not an impulse. Those philosophers who so
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    • great impulses through which Spiritual life has flowed down from the
    • the Flood, came that impulse that we may describe as the inflow of
    • Finally, we have the greatest Impulse of all in that mighty inflow of
    • on Earth of Christ-Jesus. This is by far the mightiest Impulse ever
    • We have also repeatedly stated that new impulses must ever come; new
    • development must, through the new Spiritual impulses flowing into our
    • impulse. Once again new stimuli, new revelations, had to flow from the
    • new life-impulses? We have that which was given us in Christianity,
    • Christ-Impulse, that greatest Impulse in the development of mankind. I
    • reproducing what may live in every human soul as an impulse towards
    • coming age feel a strong impulse to shut out from their hearts
    • prominent representatives is such that they have an impulse in their
    • necessary as a new impulse of Spiritual life? It is necessary that the
    • it could bring forth a new impulse for the renewal of its mode of
    • If we do not do this, if we do not use the impulse given by H. P.
    • were to carry out its great original impulse, unweakened, and with a
    • must very earnestly do: we must continue to develop the impulse. In
    • Herein lies a great impulse for the life of the countries of the West,
    • a new impulse, which as yet is far from having been carried into all
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    • These impulses became even weaker as human evolution approached the
    • receive from without the impulse by means of which he could gain
    • rebirth. Understanding the Mystery of Golgotha is the impulse for
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    • During sleep we have no mental pictures, ideas, desires, impulses,
    • impulse transcending that of the single religions and embracing
    • science has to say about the Christ impulse in relation to the
    • what we have to say about the nature of the Christ impulse and its
    • things that can lead to the true understanding of the Christ impulse
    • in Christ is founded the realization that the Christ impulse is not
    • Christ impulse, this impulse itself will eventually enable all men on
    • bridge that leads from soul to soul. This is what the Christ impulse
    • will achieve over the whole earth. The Christ impulse itself must
    • Christ impulse, a power has penetrated into our souls that enables
    • way by receiving the Christ impulse into ourselves with deep
    • etheric body strong. If we do not receive the Christ impulse, our
    • principle. It is through the Christ impulse that we are able to
    • The Christ impulse leads us to the divine powers of the Father.
    • shall be filled with the great impulse. When the spirit-knowledge we
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    • certain impulse that was to give mankind the possibility of an inner
    • people's ears, but they act in such a way that the impulse
    • The impulse given by the Mystery of Golgotha is destined through
    • impulse can pour out for the whole of life, for the whole of mankind,
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    • substance has accepted an impulse that did not grow out of its own
    • transformed into moral impulses of the soul. Here the human being
    • religious impulses cannot attract the right forces in the Venus
    • obtain through occultism may become impulses in our life of soul and
    • thing connected with the Christ impulse is fulfilled between death
    • acquire a relationship to the Christ impulse, on the other, to the
    • Powers that stand in opposition to Him — the impulses of
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    • so easily. We carry it with us as an impulse but it remains inscribed
    • a lasting nature, an impulse is formed in the soul by means of which
    • impulse to act differently in our next incarnation on earth. We
    • thereby create the impulse and the will for karmic compensation. That
    • unconscious impulses also play a part. In our normal waking state on
    • impulse as it should, there will not be separation but immediate
    • Christ impulse can bring man to a right connection with his fellow
    • Sun sphere where a thorough understanding of the Christ impulse is
    • beings through the Christ impulse and learn to understand Him in the
    • fast in memory what we have brought with us of the Christ impulse. We
    • understanding of the Christ impulse, of what we have heard about
    • as moral impulses. Looking up to the starry heavens we may say that
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    • the secret soul impulses and longings that he has suppressed during
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    • light-filled impulses of the higher hierarchies, and that then
    • Christ impulse and permeates himself with it, he can nevertheless
    • in the seventeenth century. Another impulse became necessary and the
    • The human souls who have received the Christ impulse into themselves
    • up our next earthly life. He who has received the Christ impulse on
    • received an impulse from Buddha. At present the ability to receive
    • receiving the Buddha impulse from the Mars sphere. But in the
    • impulse into himself, who wished to know nothing of it, will not have
    • impulses from them. That is why it is a complete fallacy to maintain
    • life-giving impulse. More than anything we may learn theoretically,
    • is to refresh one but as an impulse which will become of ever
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    • feeling relationship to the Christ impulse even though the earth has
    • impulse if it is to go through life between death and rebirth in the
    • connection with the Christ impulse are in danger because the leaders
    • darkness, so there also cannot be a mighty, light-filled impulse that
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    • then the Buddha impulse is to be found on Mars, as the Christ impulse
    • impulses were already in Raphael when he was born. This must not be
    • concepts or ideas. I have said impulses, not concepts.
    • impulses or forces. The power that enabled Raphael to create those
    • the impulses that appeared in the Raphael existence as inborn
    • Christian impulses had penetrated into his soul.
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    • souls were deeply moved by the Christ impulse, at last a part of
    • is given the impulse to receive spiritual thoughts. From this aspect
    • impulse, the other is increasingly repelled by it. In such a case
    • Mystery of Golgotha. The Christ impulse affords the possibility of
    • a human being in the face of the earth the Christ impulse can be
    • period. If, however, we are able to take the Christ impulse with us,
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    • will impulse, can never lead to what we know on earth as death. At
    • Who has given the mightiest impulse to earth evolution, the Christ
    • impulse to grasp all religious creeds and tendencies.
    • Christ impulse cannot be sucked up into a racial or folk religion.
    • apply the impulse of Christianity. That is why in our spiritual
    • understanding for His impulse, there He is in the midst of them.
    • Therefore we must experience the Christ impulse here on earth and
    • in the Sun sphere without the Christ impulse we are faced with an
    • impulse stands as a fulcrum at the center of earth evolution, the
    • understanding of the Christ impulse only if one is able to grasp that
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    • and impulses of thought. Otherwise all sorts of grotesque things can
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    • claim universal validity must be strongly repulsed. The world does
    • impulses from the most varied sides in order to gain an understanding
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    • and impulses of thought. Otherwise all sorts of grotesque things can
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    • claim universal validity must be strongly repulsed. The world does
    • impulses from the most varied sides in order to gain an understanding
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    • impulses of his nature be brought so sublimely before the eyes as by
    • was only meant to point to a basic impulse of the human soul which
    • transform his thoughts into will-impulses. He is weak as a man of
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    • positive, objective impulses — and the fact that the human
    • which would then be able to act out of its own impulses. With the
    • the personality towards impulses to action. This the Bible calls
    • it sets up the greatest concentration of impulses, desires, for the
    • Europe does not follow simply his impulses and desires; he has
    • Schiller or Francis of Assisi, and it may be said that the impulses
    • desires, impulses and passions, then — if we are able to
    • impulses — in short he has no more energy to work upon
    • hardens, the pulse becomes slow. The astral body finally feeds upon
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    • spiritual impulse towards materialism is coincident with the
    • and this impulse can make itself
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    • There was only an impulse urging him to acquire such an ear. In this
    • you perceive pain and you thereby repulse something, it is the pain
    • that a man cannot act under the impulse of this sleep consciousness.
    • our present life; and what we do from the impulses of this deeper
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    • as karmic fulfilment — as an impulse to fall no more into those
    • an aversion for humility and modesty in man and is repulsed if we have
    • impulses, greeds and passions, but which on the other hand will be an
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    • we developed such egotistical impulses, greed, and other instincts
    • the truths of Spiritual Science, be able to bring impulses to bear
    • corresponding impulses and passions. One may be most learned, may have
    • attained within to a transformation of the impulses, feelings and
    • because such impulses have been absorbed in youth. Naturally the two
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    • and that she inclines more towards those impulses which must be termed
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    • its deeds, experiences and impulses. Then on the way between death and
    • to love. All arises from the impulse of love, from simpler processes
    • driven by a dim impulse, seeks for remedies from the animal kingdom.
    • hand, among the dead many who have the impulse to work into the
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    • — the impulse to extend its frontiers by means of physical force.
    • eradicate the shadow-side of this culture — the impulse to press
    • capable of receiving the Christ Impulse and of transplanting it into
    • countless individuals, of wishes and enthusiasms fostering the impulse
    • cultural impulse, so that through countless centuries of human
    • cultural impulses, each one lived its enthusiasms; but lived too in a
    • Lucifer impulse. Lucifer carries on his existence during the course of
    • hosts work in that which gave to human evolution the impulse of the
    • stream, but from the luciferic impulse — then Lucifer would want
    • well as the ahrimanic impulse were not at work, man would, it is true,
    • impulse. The same applies of course to ahrimanic influences.
    • until now karma was to man an obscure impulse, an obscure desire,
    • Wisdom will become the practical force, the vital impulse which
    • out of the deepest impulse of their hearts; the remainder will not be
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    • things which someone else through unconscious ahrimanic impulses may
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    • all the impulses that come from him.” This might seem to be the
    • impulses of Ahriman within himself; for this reason they pulsate in
    • who are thus in the clutches of Ahriman feel the impulse to wrench
    • appreciate his lawful impulses, for when he lets them enter our
    • impulse out of our souls.” But nothing will be accomplished
    • succeeds in driving ahrimanic impulses out of his soul falls prey to
    • impulses. The history of asceticism could very well be written by
    • nature; Lucifer penetrates with his impulses into the inner nature of
    • existence within the sense world. There are indeed impulses which
    • life of the emotions, passions, impulses and desires. Lucifer is lord
    • and an impulse upwards into the spiritual world, to comprehend the
    • the sake of the one who loves, is exposed to Lucifer's impulses.
    • on Lucifer. Mankind must understand how to keep the impulses that
    • artistic impulses, there arises in humanity from his activity great
    • cosmic order. It is from the shadow side of the luciferic impulse
    • repression of the egoistic impulse towards the spiritual world is
    • impulses, passions and desires, and these impulses become perverse.
    • The perversity of the sensual impulses and their repellent
    • impulses could — if they were used in the spiritual world —
    • cannot receive the impulses of the spiritual world with inner calm,
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    • everything in the world to himself without having this impulse coming
    • are piling up around themselves, the ahrimanic impulses have entered
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    • script give the ahrimanic impulse special points of attack; it is not
    • most particularly open to the ahrimanic impulse. In these arts we are
    • impulses have their absolutely legitimate domain in architecture and
    • arts where luciferic impulses are at work. Just as thought takes
    • impulse. In architecture and building we have to consider folk
    • architecture it is generally the case that the ahrimanic impulse is
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    • that the beings called Lucifer and Ahriman send their impulses into
    • subconscious soul impressions and impulses even to a person who is
    • that his subconscious may be seized by these impulses to make
    • falls occultly in love with Theodora. Certain physical impulses
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    • Every impulse and tendency of human evolution changes
    • the soul has the impulse to see itself as it really is, clinging to
    • culture. On the threshold, the luciferic impulses assert themselves
    • we find that the soul has a quite definite impulse. In the physical
    • impulse.
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    • of a forerunner of the Christ-Impulse.
    • in evolution. But a further impulse was needed, and again a
    • impulse is at hand (he means the Christ-Impulse). Therefore I say
    • spiritual element appears with the Christ-Impulse.” Through
    • Christ-Impulse.
    • was able to demonstrate the impulses that lie in Christianity. He is
    • something that is an impulse to feeling. These are the things which
    • longings, the aspirations, the impulses of his soul continue to
    • desire to understand, and must understand, Christianity as an Impulse
    • through which we know how the Christ-Impulse will continue to work.
    • given a new direction and supplied with new impulses; how Raphael can
    • influence on his life, came the impulses which he had not known
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    • the clairvoyant the same things, the same spiritual impulses live;
    • from within certain inner impulses which have to be stimulated from
    • impulses, which are the fertilising seed for the animal group-souls,
    • life, the Christ-Impulse is developing above. Just as man develops
    • Christ-Impulse give what is necessary for the development of that
    • Christ-Impulse enters and fertilises it. And from the Mystery of
    • fructification received with the Christ-Impulse.
    • life. They are there in the earth evolution. The Christ-Impulse has
    • Christ-Impulse. In the seventh age the old Indian civilisation, that
    • reappear in a new form, fructified by the Christ-Impulse.
    • Fertilisation with the Christ-Impulse is active above and below.
    • the Mystery of Golgotha — the Christ-Impulse.
    • polarity: an impulse must be given which through meditation is
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    • German texts is entitled, Innere Entwicklungsimpulse der
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    • Atlantean Impulses in the Mexican Mysteries. The Problem of Natural Urges and Impulses, The Problem of Death
    • Ancient Cultural Impulses Spiritualized in Goethe. The Cosmic Knowledge of the Knights Templar
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    • transmission does still contain an inner impulse necessarily lacking
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    • time of the Renaissance as impulses of the spiritual world that have
    • element, which, being so cold, always requires and emotional impulse
    • the use of emotional impulses, but through knowledge. We are not here
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    • not only gave the first impulse for perceptions free of any visions
    • more or less instinctive, is nevertheless the first impulse to a free
    • “Without feeling the impulse of the will, I also don't know what
    • me. Without feeling the impulse of the will, I also don't know what I
    • impulses and ideas began to arise — those national ideas and
    • impulses that later work themselves out in the way I have indicated in
    • Owing to the national impulse, a gradual change came about in the
    • different impulses at work in the different representations. Study,
    • gradually take form among the various impulses that make themselves
    • common impulse. All of them bear witness to the myth forming power
    • Strauss that is also an idealistic presentation of the Christ impulse;
    • a spiritual presentation of the Christ impulse by Soloviev.
    • various impulses that we have recognized as working in mankind.
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    • impulses of humanity living and working beneath the soil.
    • impresses itself into men's impulses. People know nothing of it,
    • their impulses. Now it is only through placing pictures side by side
    • actually lives in the urges and impulses below the threshold. They
    • independence and every inner impulse of the soul. In the mysteries of
    • West that were to be made upon the world of human impulses.
    • impulse that lived in these mysteries survived only in the etheric
    • impulses but they remain in the unconscious. The impulses out of which
    • impulse or instinct that so far has produced only what is good —
    • Renan's book is written out of a fundamental impulse that tries to
    • indefinitely, where would this natural impulse eventually lead us? It
    • Here, the natural impulse of primal phenomenon perception is carried
    • inner life in any way. The one-sided perfecting of this impulse aims
    • impulse has gone because it is already assumed today that people are
    • is one of the forces that does great service to his natural impulse.
    • future. Thus, out of this first impulse, the picture of each human
    • Now let us look at the other impulse. It would be such that through it
    • what can be directly felt in the soul. If one makes this impulse a
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    • through its own force and engendering moral impulses. So, as
    • entering possesses the force to create the impulse of the good. One
    • nevertheless throw light on many impulses that are being enacted in
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    • Atlantean Impulses in the Mexican Mysteries.
    • The Problem of Natural Urges and Impulses, The Problem of Death.
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    • life was to be revived in order that the impulses connected with that
    • You will remember that in Atlantean times the impulses within the
    • resuscitate Atlantean impulses by reckoning, not with the normal
    • powers of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch, but with the impulses that
    • possibility of achieving this end was to transfer the impulses that
    • full knowledge of the nature of the Atlantean impulses and was able to
    • and so forth, had failed, but now, essentially through the impulse
    • did not go very far, the impulses remained in Europe in the state of
    • post-Atlantean epoch. So, in the cultural impulses that came over from
    • in America. Within America impulses were to arise that could then
    • percolate from the West. Just as those other impulses could work from
    • impulses and workings had been victorious, these mysteries would have
    • but only in an etheric form. His arts, which were essentially impulses
    • impulses might be developed in secret in an ahrimanic form.
    • By these means the ahrimanic impulse was inculcated into the etheric
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    • Ancient Cultural Impulses Spiritualized in Goethe.
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    • impulses, too, of man's social life, something is present that can
    • concentrated and clearest manner what the impulses of our time ought
    • what he regarded as the right impulses of culture, knowledge, feeling and
    • symbolic, and such great impulses underlying Goethe's Faust as
    • the depths of old cultural impulses. Today I should like to speak a
    • little about such cultural impulses in connection with yesterday's
    • We must go back to that age in which the impulses for the fifth
    • earliest impulses were given. We learned about these first impulses of
    • In order to describe the configuration of the cultural impulses that
    • age in which the impulse of the Crusades arose out of the European
    • will: in fact, out of the Christian impulses of the European will. At
    • That is to say, into the progressive, good, truly Christian impulses
    • wise guidance of the world may be duly influenced by other impulses
    • working from the past and interpenetrating the impulses of the present
    • impulse was given, which in its broader activity — on the wider
    • the Mexican initiates. As if out of deep subconscious impulses, he
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    • joy or sorrow; they derive their inner experiences from the impulses
    • many ideas, perceptions, feelings and will impulses; spiritual science
    • will of the practicality of this picture; ingenuity and impulses of
    • realization in the world, although other forces and other impulses
    • must note what has proceeded by way of spiritual impulse from the
    • the impulses proceeding from England. Certain people appear within
    • English civilization who are inspired by this cultural impulse;
    • persons also appear in France in whom these cultural impulses live.
    • impulses live on in the immensely influential Montesquieu. If we then
    • realize how profound was the influence of the cultural impulses coming
    • impulses, is dependent on the fact that a certain religious body was
    • by the impulses that have arisen through the persecution and death of
    • through the principles and impulses living in the Templar Order. Let
    • the gate of death, impulses streamed from them that would then work
    • further in the super-sensible impulses from the fifteenth century on
    • path away from the ambiguity of impulses and instincts, and of forming
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    • The history presented in most modern textbooks is a collection of external facts, arranged chronologically, which seem to have occurred without rhyme or reason. Rudolf Steiner takes these facts fully into account in this work, but he also goes beyond them to describe the inner impulses at work which make the intense drama of human development understandable.
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • fruitful impulse is to be brought into life, into life with its modern
    • impulses which existed in ancient Greece in a somewhat different form,
    • and which have only been changed since then. But these impulses did
    • these impulses belonged to the Wisdom of the Mysteries. If we leave
    • living practical impulse of which I have just spoken. In the course of
    • messengers of the Gods. That which once was wisdom with an impulse for
    • him came everything which had a real living impulse in political and
    • stirring within him something of this impulse to free the Cultural
    • that little book there lives the impulse to strip off the political
    • perfect clarity now; and the impulse towards this clear recognition
    • Science which can bring this longing, this impulse, to real clarity.
    • amid all the confusion of very indefinite impulses, to reach ideals
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture II: The Michael Path to Christ: A Christmas Lecture
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    • civilization with that impulse which can give it a new uplift.
    • Christ-impulse, but who really work in an anti-Christian direction.
    • must approach the Christ-impulse through Michael. In many respects
    • the most powerful impulse in every single nation.
    • Luciferic impulses which lift us up, and the Ahrimanic which drag us
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture III: The Mystery of the Human Will
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    • another moral impulse must surge through mankind if the Science of
    • the artistic impulse of mankind, as we ourselves still look upon it.
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture IV: The Breaking-in of Spiritual Revelations Since the Last Third of the Nineteenth Century. Thoughts on New Years Eve.
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    • — the new upbuilding impulse out of Heaven. In this hour, a
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture V: The Dogma of Revelation and the Dogma of Experience. The Spiritual Mark of the Present Time. A New Year Contemplation.
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    • mighty impulse of the times, seizing men's minds at the end of last
    • into the kingdom of idealism. But the impulse which in all its
    • grandeur inspired them should not be misunderstood. It is the impulse
    • lasting development of the human impulse. Indeed, at that time it
    • something of the spiritual impulses in human evolution, so that they
    • that the ‘new impulse’ (a pet phrase of the Anthroposophists
    • children of employees and managers, a school founded on the impulses
    • But it is indeed necessary to receive into our souls New Year impulses
    • actually going on, impulses that make us accept sternly the stern
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge and Initiation
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    • Then we come to the third category of our soul-life, the impulses of
    • will. Our impulses of will come from still deeper down and are still
    • for example, when an impulse of will arises making us take some
  • Title: Lecture: Cognition of the Christ Through Anthroposophy
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    • of today but every man may receive a stimulating impulse,
  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas-Soul: Contents
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    • Philosophic aspects and impulses determining the human being in the
  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas-Soul: Lecture I
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    • received the impulse to deal adequately with the spirit that grasped
    • make it into an instinctive social impulse of the present, then this
    • Michael Festival — because the impulses spring directly from the
    • spiritual world — could be regarded as the crowning impulse
    • — even the initial impulse we need to find our way out of the
    • cosmos, we would be able to carry impulses into our lives which, not
    • can develop cosmic impulses in our Gemüt.
  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas-Soul: Lecture II
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    • our life of action all need to be permeated with the Michael impulse.
    • conviction: I have received a spiritual impulse, I give myself up to
    • is ever a decisive factor in judging the truth of a spiritual impulse
    • confidence in a spiritual impulse, grasped at a certain point of time,
    • prove that the conditions for realizing the impulse are not given me
    • in this incarnation; but that this impulse is right I can know from
    • power to realize this impulse, nothing but its own nature can convince
    • me of the efficacy or impotence of any spiritual impulse.
    • may leave in abeyance some spiritual impulse or other, even for a
    • that much. But to experience the pulse-beat of outer existence as we
  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas-Soul: Lecture III
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    • a determining idea, really a determining impulse in mankind; and in
    • impulse may and really must be brought about. But now, before
    • The core of the matter is this: all impulses such as the Michael
    • impulse depend upon man's attaining to super-sensible enlightenment
    • there flow the impulses deciphered from the great cosmic script he had
    • and employed the resulting impulses in the ordinary affairs of daily
    • contrast is able to see clearly into the nature of the new impulses
  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas-Soul: Lecture IV
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    • intensity of his inner impulses as well.
    • sufficient number of men being able to make such spiritual impulses
    • become attuned to such social impulses only by an inner deepening of
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Preface
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    • impulse to be initiated during this year, a survey of the nature of
    • the forces of memory, of hereditary impulses, but also into the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • impulses pass over into his bodily substance, I called in yesterday's
    • him right into the tendencies of his own temperament those impulses,
    • you know, our modern natural science considers these two impulses of
    • that which lies in the impulses, instincts, and so on, and which
    • carries in himself many of these inherited impulses he has a bodily
    • many of these inherited impulses. This is called today “being
    • develops an activity of its own side by side with the impulses of the
    • impulse. Just consider the men of the north. They are known by their
    • impulses the Luciferic beings put him into confusion as regards his
    • the evil impulses which they carry through the gate of death. They
    • descent to the earth man is exposed to the influences of the impulses
    • exposed to those impulses which lie in his physical environment, in
    • climate and such like, also to the impulses which lie in his psychic,
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • impulses it has received are good or bad, the later body which it
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • the earth there come to him the first impulses which accompany such a
    • had in a mine. Once, however, these impulses have come to him he only
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • impulses and cosmic forces.
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    • within these burning consuming flames. And it is an important impulse
    • Gospel. Urged by this painfully sacred impulse, let us look back from
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • it has given impulses to this modern spiritual movement, and yet has
    • Mystery Centres and their keynote-giving impulses, once to be found
    • the human head, which knows what are the impulses of the macrocosm
    • and forms itself inwardly and outwardly according to these impulses
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • learned to know the impulses of destruction in the Cosmos, and my
    • to the impulses from the vast Future of the Cosmos. But now he did
    • pupil learned to bring this whole intensity of inner impulse into
    • union with the whole intensity of outer impulse. Out of the relation
    • impulses and etheric forces in order to surround himself with an
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • effects, the impulses of the great Hibernian Mysteries streamed into
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • I have just related is the truth and bears within it an impulse
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • man the impulse to carry over to Asia what was then this natural
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • consciousness of the deeper spirits there came an impulse received
    • Then after a majestic impulse was awakened in the pupils
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIII: Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages
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    • impulses were sent out into the world.
    • its impulse out into the world. Whoever really understands the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • opposite effect. Gold is an impulse for the animation of human
    • impulses to the earth from the moon. They withdrew at a definite time
    • as inner impulses of history if he does not know of this conflict
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine -- Contents
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    • pulse and breathing; sulfur, mercury and salt principles in plants
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • the penetration of the impulse of the breath into the brain. In
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • rhythmic human being — for there are some seventy pulse
    • metabolic system pulses upward and makes the voice deeper.
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture III: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • being: in forming mental images, in feeling, and in will impulses.
    • our will impulses, which otherwise would unfold in a dull sleep-life
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture IV: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • known, for example, that what pulses in the arms and hands, what
    • pulses there as the soul-spiritual element, continues inwardly and
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture III
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    • four to one — for there are some seventy pulse-beats or so to
    • the system of nerves and senses. The metabolic system pulses upwards
  • Title: Social Future: Introduction
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    • to freedom as impulses for the solution of the social problem, but
    • conscious and unconscious emotions and will impulses which were
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture I: The Social Question as a Cultural Question, a Question of Equity, and a Question of Economics
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    • impulses capable of actually grappling with and forming the economic
    • impelling social force, giving an impulse to life, another appeared,
    • impulse for life. He had broken away from it because he could not
    • both as to the outer form and the inner impulses to compare Woodrow
    • political conceptions and impulses, in order that these may control
    • rights, to political impulses, which can meet the great demands of
    • modern evolutionary impulses, has become a part of the economic life.
    • needs and does not follow its own impulses, but which, especially
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture II: The Organization of a Practical Economic Life on the Associative Basis
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    • historical impulse contained in them. These three demands contain the
    • impulse of liberty in human life, the impulse towards democracy, and
    • the impulse towards a social form of community.
    • impulse for bringing into existence the social organism consisting of
    • under consideration. It certainly gives the impulse to the demand.
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture III: The Task and Limitations of of Democracy, Public and Criminal Law
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    • outcome of unconscious impulses and unconscious instincts. In this
    • interests. The impulse for the organization of the Threefold Order
    • impulse has sprung the modern demand for democracy and the new way of
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture IV: Cultural Questions, Spiritual Science, Art, Science, Religion
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    • that inner impulse which should drive it to place before the world
    • impulses toward naturalistic art? Art such as this can never grow out
    • the idea of freedom as an impulse prevalent in our modern civilization.
    • my intention. The contents are intended to work as an impulse in the
    • that book, the impulse thus generated in the human will may flow
    • true modern conception of the impulse towards freedom. It must also
    • impulse of the Threefold Order; I also strove to present pedagogy and
    • form in the present and for the future, when the impulse for the
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture V: The Cooperation of the Spiritual, Political and Economic Departments of Life
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    • persons; it is an impulse resulting from an impartial observation of
    • that actually for centuries the most important impulses of humanity
    • spiritual life, acts creatively only out of man's own impulses. In my
    • outcome of man's own impulses, exists all that man finds necessary
    • impulse of the threefold social organism takes cognizance of these
    • last few centuries have the impulses of law and morality been torn
    • maxims which might lay hold on life require economic impulses,
    • because they can no longer find purely human impulses, these having
    • been relegated to the sphere of morality. These economic impulses are
    • impulse of the three-membered social organism is in opposition to
    • of that impulse we shall see there can be no question of any
    • They establish that legal order by the help of the spiritual impulses
    • democratically on the basis of the legal order, the impulse which he
    • Therefore the impulse
    • develop impulses capable of embracing all spheres. For there is no
    • not indicate how this soul is to be found. The aim of the impulse for
    • spiritual life, if it can only follow the impulses which man evolves
    • say that capital makes business, the impulse for the threefold order
    • the impulses of the human being, received from the independent
    • circuit of economic life is the impulse which is at work in the
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  • Title: Social Future: Lecture VI: National and International Life in the Threefold Social Organism
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    • international impulses in late years. Also, when we speak of the
    • governed by two impulses, about which it is of the highest importance
    • conception, not disfigured by hackneyed phrases. Two impulses dwell
    • impulses are egoism and love. It is a widespread
    • something to humanity. And so we see how from that single impulse of
    • conflicting element in these impulses, nationalism and
    • impulses in the human soul just mentioned. What we have called the
    • two impulses in the human soul. Think of the economic system, for
    • every country in the world impulses must prevail which would lead to
    • pour into the human soul international impulses deep enough to resist
    • attempted to evoke social impulses, such as those in the
    • sincere self-conquest, by means of the impulse of the spirit. Men and
  • Title: World Economy: Foreword
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    • individual ability together with the impulse of brotherly trust
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture II
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    • shall of course have to consider the most varied impulses contained in
    • impulses and forces that are at work in economics culminate at length
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture III
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    • economic life. These things were very largely founded on the impulses
    • beholds as Wisdom-filled ethical and social impulses, excluding the
    • immediately religious and ethical impulses became less effective in
    • religious impulses dominate the entire social life of man-kind, human
    • themselves from other social impulses or social currents. Hence,
    • of religious impulses. In European civilisation, during the Middle
    • significance. It too was embraced in the religious impulses. Everyone,
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture IX
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    • on, even after the original impulses have ceased to be active in them.
    • economic impulses present in the whole system of loan and investment.
    • economic impulses began to change into purely financial ones; and in
    • do business out of economic impulses; it was out of such impulses, for
  • Title: Man's Life on Earth: Introduction
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    • Christ-Impulse, and on education. Some of these have since been
  • Title: Lecture I: Man's Life on Earth
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    • between the early Christian impulse and the anti-spiritual world of
    • deep impulses, they suffered themselves to be guided by the
    • The man sensed the presence and impulse of those spiritual forces of
  • Title: Lecture II: Man's Life on Earth
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    • In that we hold our moral impulses simply in the form of pure
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    • back upon thoughts and feelings and impulses of will that he has
    • wanted in this way to draw your attention to the feeling and impulse
  • Title: Lecture V: Man's Life on Earth
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    • expression in man's instinctive urges and impulses, in his desires
    • impulses of generation.
    • itself, for it is connected with the other instincts and impulses.
    • and impulses in order to create from these a race of his own.
    • possibility for Ahriman to draw out the instincts and impulses;
  • Title: Lecture: Planetary Spheres: Introduction
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    • Christ-Impulse, and on education. Some of these have since been
  • Title: Lecture: Planetary Spheres: Lecture I
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    • between the early Christian impulse and the anti-spiritual world of
    • deep impulses, they suffered themselves to be guided by the
    • The man sensed the presence and impulse of those spiritual forces of
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    • In that we hold our moral impulses simply in the form of pure
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    • back upon thoughts and feelings and impulses of will that he has
    • wanted in this way to draw your attention to the feeling and impulse
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    • expression in man's instinctive urges and impulses, in his desires
    • impulses of generation.
    • itself, for it is connected with the other instincts and impulses.
    • and impulses in order to create from these a race of his own.
    • possibility for Ahriman to draw out the instincts and impulses;
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • impulses in us, forces of feeling (Gemuet) and mind. This they do
    • human being had within him different impulses when he dwelt among the
    • gods. The human being developed one kind of impulse among men and
    • This, however, also engendered forces and impulses in the soul that
    • Krita Yuga, when they felt their impulses to be less determined by
    • even to these. Will impulses from the divine-spiritual world had
    • mightiest impulse toward this will arise when, for him who has
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture III: Buddhism and Pauline Christianity
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    • impulse. This is not meant to place these streams in opposition to
    • Let us compare this conception with the Christ impulse
    • given in its entirety at the beginning. Only the initial impulse
    • could be given, which must be penetrated. This impulse would then
    • years have passed since the Mystery of Golgotha, the Christ impulse
    • impulse, however, must prevail gradually. A theory of knowledge based
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IV: Mysteries of the Universe: Comets and the Moon
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    • the imbedding of the Christ impulse in the earth. Since that time the
    • influence; the entry of an elemental impulse, always incorporating
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture V: The Reappearance of Christ in the Etheric
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    • spiritual impulse, something like a new impulse of the age. We can
    • understand how this new impulse must work only if we consider the
    • the Christ impulse. What was experienced in the pre-Christian age of
    • Paul knew that, through the Christ impulse, such a transformation in
    • streams and impulses for all that is to be given to humanity from
    • human beings will understand to a higher degree the Christ impulse.
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VI: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • impulse in world evolution. From this comes the powerful admonition:
    • God by permeating himself with the God and Christ impulse and uniting
    • himself as an I with this impulse. In the past, he alone could ascend
    • wild and tempestuous passions and impulses could be subdued only when
    • receive the Christ impulse directly into himself So it came to pass
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VII: The Return of Christ
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    • intense impulse toward materialism. Every time Halley's Comet has
    • appeared, a new impulse toward materialism has taken place. Its
    • way, in our time there will be a new impulse toward materialism, and
    • Today, not only this impulse exists, but there is also
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VIII: The Etheric Vision of the Future
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    • completely new impulse enters earthly existence with a new spiritual
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IX: The Etherization of the Blood
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    • forces springing from anger, a manifestation of impulses of will, and
    • immediate expression is given to an impulse of will. These two things
    • forming mental pictures, thinking, and the will and its impulses
    • man has in his control during daily life regarding the will impulse.
    • his will impulses at all. We can evolve better and better concepts
    • observation and forming mental pictures and the impulses of will, and
    • soul feels constrained to give expression to moral impulses, these
    • impulses are the shadow-images of Higher Devachan, of the higher
    • displeasure), and the moral (revealed in impulses to do good or evil
    • Moral Impulses:
    • moral principles and impulses are working indirectly into the will.
    • In fact, man needs the life of sleep in order that the moral impulses
    • powers, then the impulses we perceive are shadowings from Higher
    • Devachan, the higher heavenly world. These are the moral impulses and
    • activities, permeating them with moral impulses.
    • Christ impulse. Otherwise, there can be no union; the two streams
    • might realize that the most powerful impulse in earthly evolution was
    • but, through this teaching, for moral impulses to be spread abroad.
    • Christ. Through this, the need for moral impulses on earth will be
    • moral impulse would come to the earth from Vishva-Karman or, as
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture X: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 1
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    • impulse sprang up within these same brotherhoods to strive to
    • must be confined to the earthly. This striving, this impulse to work
    • significant impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha. This impulse of the
    • definite idea, under a definite impulse of will. These brotherhoods
    • the Christ impulse. They wish to place another individuality who has
    • wish the Mystery of the Golgotha with its impulse to take hold of the
    • today against the Christ impulse appearing in the etheric in the
    • impulses of humanity's evolution. For that reason it is sad that
    • impulses of extremely conscious spirituality are passing from all
    • impulses of humanity. In the fourth and fifth centuries particularly,
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XI: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 2
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    • the same impulse — we are dealing with reports of actual
    • brotherhoods as an impulse into the evolution of humanity, often
    • impulses effective in humanity's evolution, saw the approach of a
    • best intentions. It was they who undertook the erroneous impulse that
    • that is, those who exploit everything that is embodied as an impulse
    • impulses of the individualities. What one does and what another does
    • we concern ourselves with the impulses for the historic evolution of
    • humanity, these impulses that will be embodied in this historic
    • with evil as an impulse in the evolution of the world. We have
    • spiritual impulses, in spite of the fact that it is still connected
    • exist within human impulses, are working through human impulses. I
    • impulse that would lead them as souls beyond death. This became
    • the impulses of the physical plane. This relates also to things that
    • impulses directly from Ireland, from Irish people who had been
    • made as they are determined by the impulses of the physical plane.
    • this impulse toward freedom must pull itself through all that rules
    • that are applied to human life. The impulse remains, however, and the
    • impulse will then be applied to the esoteric truths that will come in
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XII: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 3
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    • experiences, and impulses that in the past man felt had “brought
    • attention last time that the impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha was
    • to be eliminated from the world by introducing another impulse from
    • Christ impulse, as it appears in the twentieth century, is to be
    • from a good direction in such a way that the impulses of the dead to
    • work will be able to originate from themselves, impulses taken from
    • the true impulses that are involved. There are bound to be certain
    • to be saved? Certain human forces are at work to defend impulses that
    • are representatives of the impulses of the new era. The
    • representatives of the old impulses — still of the eighteenth,
    • practical, moral-ethical impulses in humanity.
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XIII: The Three Realms of the Dead: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • impulses of the so-called dead, who continue to participate in what
    • called upon to be a co-ruler of the impulses in the cosmos. In the
    • impulses that then continue, that then are active in the world. This
    • will impulses, stronger in himself; at another moment his will is
    • impulses, however, that flow not only into the basis for the realm of
    • that we experience here as will impulses and also as feeling
    • impulses.
    • impulses. They live continually in all of that. This is their second
    • as feelings and will impulses.
    • the dead is precisely this expanding life of will impulses. The will
    • impulses are now for the dead what mental pictures are for the
    • hierarchies but as the fusion of impulses from the hierarchies.
    • that in their impulses of feeling and will they are one with the
    • impulses of the new age to develop consciousness in the right way to
    • It is also a continuing event, an impulse that continues to be
    • task of our spiritual science is connected with the impulse of
    • impulse of Golgotha to be understood in the right way in our age and
    • There is now a fundamental impulse in the widest circles
    • already say that the greatest enemies to grasping the Christ impulse
    • Christ impulse is the way in which the clergy and the theologians
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    • of the Star-Knowledge and the Impulse to Freedom.
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    • is like our human desire, like our impulse to strive after
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture II: Hidden Centres of the Mysteries in the Middle Ages
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    • impulses for all the older civilisations. Gradually, however,
    • impulse of my soul. And now let me give you the gist of a
    • dear friends, that to this scene is due one of the impulses that made
    • inner impulse to seek within for the God, for God the Creator.
    • owes its impulse to these earlier mediaeval Initiates.
    • impulse was working in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. The
    • experiences a feeling and impulse to draw lines in the figures —
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture III: The Time of Transition
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    • it is the star standing over you that gives you the impulse to hold
    • impulse to freedom was thereby made possible for man from out of the
    • radiate impulses for a whole culture or a whole stream of
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    • being, Man gives to the Earth the impulse for her movement around the
    • to have the impulse to bring forth the seed of Man in etheric form
    • to his strong impulses in the direction of the physical, he became,
    • friends, how infinitely the Christ Impulse was deepened through such
    • understanding. The common impulse and striving for the Divine that
    • things are to be found in this impulse, things lovely and sublime.
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture VI: The Tasks of the Michael Age
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    • in man the impulses for that which he shall do. Michael will be the
    • the Hierarchy of Archangeloi, we feel that impulses are coming from
    • Them. In a greater or lesser degree, the impulses come from Them.
    • Michael is the Spirit from whom no impulses come, to begin with; for
    • very significant battle. For on the one hand the Michael impulse has
    • entered the evolution of humanity. The Michael impulse is there. But
    • will not receive this impulse of Michael but wants to reject it.
    • Among the things that would fain reject the impulse of Michael today
    • carry upward what comes through the inherited impulses of nationality
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    • The Significance of the Impulse of Michael
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    • guided by impulses from the spiritual world. Those who could see so
    • far found these impulses written as it were in brazen letters in a
    • signposts in the riddle-language may become a real impulse for life, a
    • directing words as can become impulses for mankind. On the most varied
    • by it, should take it as a strong impulse into his will, into his
    • Some sort of impulse is referred to, something which is already
    • themselves in the astral light like a directing impulse or human
    • there pulses through our blood the sulphurising process, there works
    • and spirit into them as an impulse. Just as when we have made an
    • impulses of recent times man has applied iron to this material
    • and we feel this impulse of life in experiencing hers. And we do well
    • become what they are had they not been created out of impulses seen to
    • of Michael with the flaming sword of iron, as an inspiring impulse to
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    • with the consequences. The other Spirits kindle in man the impulses
    • impulses to do this or that. In a greater or lesser degree, the
    • impulses come from them. Michael is the Spirit from whom no impulses
    • much significant battle. For on the one hand the Michael impulse has
    • entered the evolution of humanity. The Michael impulse is there. But
    • will not receive this impulse of Michael but wants to reject it.
    • Among the things that would fain reject the impulse of Michael to-day
    • carry upward what comes through the inherited impulses of nationality
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    • impulses in civilisation which appear, for instance, in the sense
    • the principal impulse of civilisation, — say in the 12th and 13th
    • which quite different influences and impulses flow from the
    • human soul. The truly living impulses in the civilisation of the
    • shut off from Inspiration; the impulses of the super-sensible world
    • participation in the super-sensible world. The Michael impulse which
  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas Vb: The Michael Impulse and the Mystery of Golgotha (Part II)
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    • these are likewise the forces and impulses which are working in the
    • and impulses of our own souls. In whatever way individuals among you
    • unconsciously, an urge that comes from the genuine spiritual impulses
    • animated by the impulse of the age, by the true genius of the age,
    • the member of the Hierarchies from whom streamed forth the impulse
    • Impulse the striving of mankind to understand Him. But the nearer
    • understanding of the Christ Impulse has grown less and less.
    • them. Materialism became in many respects the fundamental impulse of
    • the Michael Impulse in our age, we are speaking of a right
    • understanding of the Christ Impulse.
    • impulse to mankind; who has ascended, or rather is ascending, from the
    • Impulse in the world, — as though we had ever been one-sided in
    • our representation of the Christ Impulse. We turn our gaze to
    • evolution as a whole and describe what different impulses underlie it,
    • Archangels who in earlier times had been used by the impulse of Jahve
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    • to doubt and confusion. And he felt an inner urge and impulse to live
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    • mighty impulse for the continuation of our civilisation and our whole
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    • we must approach the Christ-impulse through Michael. In many respects
    • the most powerful impulse in every nation.
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    • Vol. IV. MICHAELMAS. The Significance of the Impulse of Michael.
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    • spirit impulses within our soul only when they surface as gentle
    • whose deep unconsciousness there come towards him spiritual impulses,
    • impulses connected with himself. They appear to his spiritual gaze
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    • Christ within the Sun — the impulse for the resurrection of their
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    • his pre-earthly life, the currents of those forces and impulses which
    • Nature — if the liberating forces of the Sun, the impulses that
    • from awakening to such an impulse.
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    • man of more strong and pristine impulses needs for the Summer season.
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    • It is indeed the case that when that spiritual impulse which has gone
    • the Christmas impulse which was given to us at Dornach. For the
    • Christmas impulse must not remain a merely intellectual, theoretic and
    • abstract one. It must be an impulse of the heart, it must not be dry
    • upon us, it was granted us to send forth a new impulse from the
    • may now fill ourselves with the Goetheanum impulses as with impulses
    • say: Since the Christmas Foundation impulse anthroposophical work
    • impulses of the Anthroposophical Movement if only we are able to
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    • Cosmic Christianity and the Impulse of Michael.
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    • external happenings, significant impulses are at work in the cultural
    • the deeper impulses at work in our time belong to a sphere where
    • were, a first impulse to which other impulses must increasingly be
    • realise that through the impulse given by the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • of humanity; he repulses him and thinks: ‘I will know nothing
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    • the soul amid the impulses of the times can be perceived. But souls
    • the impulses operating in the life of humanity. Many people will
    • Spiritual Science by what impulses the world is moved, in our
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    • depends upon the relation between breath and pulse, nerve system and
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    • Graeco-Latin period, people's feelings and indeed their will-impulses
    • which dwells in the physical body and has an impulse to move about on
    • nor the heaving ocean could the ego learn to develop those impulses
    • impulses for the seasonal festivals. Later on, man would experience
    • feelings, will impulses. Today we are uncertain what to do with thoughts,
    • feelings and will impulses. It is as though, in spite of pockets, all
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    • enter his soul, inevitably, as an elemental impulse of soul, if
    • words, only a person who participates in spiritual life has an impulse
    • where would the impulse come from? In all ages the human souls in which
    • for spiritual impulses, but merely utilitarian buildings. And what would
    • was one of the fundamental impulses behind the development of ancient
    • the evolution of mankind this impulse toward outer expression of inner
    • being bearing, within, an impulse from spiritual worlds. He must do
    • and chin all current earth impulses are so strong that they press and
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    • this we must go beyond theoretic comprehension; the artistic impulse
    • between the time of Aeschylus, when divine impulses still penetrated
    • as men, though still bearing super-earthly impulses. Real naturalism
    • practical. Man needs a new impetus. Without this impulse, this swing,
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    • in him impulses springing from the spiritual world. This fact points
    • the main impulse of Greek art, of all true art.
    • permeated by a conviction that every artist harbors the religious impulse,
    • lived in him a deep religious impulse, took the greatest pains to purify
    • to stand solidly on the earth without spiritual impulse in artistic
    • to remnants of Greek artistic impulses and absorbed them into his soul;
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    • from these elements will impulses penetrate into the human being, just
    • as thought impulses penetrate into him from the fixed stars, and feeling
    • impulses from planetary movements.
    • mood which once held sway, there will be no impulse toward the truly
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    • thoughts become will impulses,
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    • forms, the disappearing of the soul into space. Here we have the impulses
    • art, and which receives an impulse from Anthroposophy. For the latter
    • adult, four pulse beats correspond to one breath rhythm; seventy-two
    • pulse beats per minute. What lives in the blood, that is, the ego, the
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    • do when higher spiritual impulses play between them, and their instincts,
    • approximately eighteen breaths and seventy-two pulse-beats per minute.
    • Breath and pulse-beat chime together. The hexameter has three long
    • syllables, the fourth is the caesura. One breath measures four pulse
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    • child's nature. His impulse is to proceed from whole to parts, as in
    • has impulse to model and to paint. Teacher himself must learn Anatomy
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    • as based on Anthroposophy. And I am overjoyed that an impulse
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    • their own inner impulse of soul, as they have been accustomed to do
    • impulse.
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    • impulses in this way and man himself thereby takes his place rightly
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    • those elements of greatness which have a protective impulse. The
    • soon as the first impulse has been called forth. But people are so
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    • nature. His impulse is to proceed from whole to parts, as in medieval
    • The child out of his very nature has no impulse to put together a
    • whole out of parts. He has many other needs and impulses which are,
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    • child has impulse to model and to paint. Teacher himself must learn
    • why the child has an impulse to model forms or to paint them. For the
    • impulse to make forms that are related to the inner human organism.
    • modelling or painting. So you can very easily turn this impulse and
    • human nature, and we must not drive out this impulse but rather lead
    • very strong impulse to express his inward experiences as activities
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    • of the Pulse.” The content of this article is comparatively small, but
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    • on the other hand, the plant has an impulse upwards, away from the
    • upward impulse in plants, that depends upon the sun. The stars
    • constitution. I referred to the three formative impulses which are in
    • some degree inherent in external nature; the impulse to saline
    • formation the impulse to mercurial formation and the tendency peculiar
    • What is the difference between these formative impulses of external
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    • relationship of the heart's activity with the impulse of warmth in the
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    • as isolated impulses of the soul. Had they kept pace with man's whole
    • organic development, had they not remained isolated impulses, they
    • the soul's isolated impulses work upon organs which are no longer
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    • centrifugal impulse is at work all the time, pushing the body out.
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    • freedom. The struggle with these impulses, which Schiller lived out
    • individuality as the real impulse of karma shows itself overpowered
    • it; it constantly happens that he has an impulse of will, but the
    • impulse comes to a standstill before the actual deed. If the teacher
    • and no mere continuation of some old impulse, as soon as it is a
    • question of bringing in new impulses from the spiritual world —
    • and that is what is needed, new impulses from the spiritual world! —
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    • how moral and ethical impulses pour into the child when he is
    • the man who is colour-blind, so the moral and ethical impulses
    • acquisitiveness, the impulse to get everything for themselves. These
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    • impulse of karma) and the gradual development of the child through
    • we bring in a strong impulse from above, we rouse the
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    • inner organic impulses in evolution, must have already been present
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    • moral impulses, comes to expression within Earth existence alone. We
    • his longing to acquire things for himself. The impulse will
    • as few impressions as ever possible; then the impulse for quick and
    • restless movement — an impulse of the will — will be
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    • the mercy of his own impulses and emotions; we must try to bring it
    • known before, all manner of impulses that spring from vanity begin to
    • yes, have even become impulses of will within you, what is it you are
    • following the injection, the fever curve, also the pulse and the
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    • the point where I said we need to find the cosmic impulse that can
    • it is possible for a constellation to occur where the impulse from
    • for the impulses that are already there in the place where you are
    • beginning your work; find what impulses are there that can inspire
    • moved too, as they also are, by religious and spiritual impulses (but
    • a powerful Roman impulse, spreading its activity out over Europe,
    • mediated through an impulse that derives from the order of Cluny and
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    • may it go with you, and may its impulse continue to work on into the
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    • following the injection, the fever curve, also the pulse and the
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    • condition wherein he has an inner impulse to move his limbs and
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    • has an inner impulse to move his limbs and when he takes in the
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    • out. The animal obeys its impulses. Man separates thinking, feeling,
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    • out. The animal obeys its impulses. Man separates thinking, feeling,
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    • out. The animal obeys its impulses. Man separates thinking, feeling,
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    • IMPULSE TOWARDS THE THREEFOLD ORDER:
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    • The Impulse towards the Threefold Order:
    • thinking that underlay, and underlies, the impulse towards the
    • to-night to refute the notion, that the impulse towards the
    • the Impulse for the Threefold Social Order. Nothing has any
    • share in this impulse, save what can be acquired in the course
    • impulses to give mankind a direction and an aim. All these
    • impulses by which the working-classes are determined to see
    • sort of impulse towards any social will and purpose
    • expression in quite definite impulses; it finds its
    • impulses still dating from the earliest times; times,
    • rights. In our notions of right and justice, in our impulses of
    • consequences, this great, new, up-welling life-impulse,
    • life-impulse, which has had such a bloody prelude in the
    • from the political impulses which led to the founding of the
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    • but the influence of Christ-Impulse was manifest long before
    • the Christ-Impulse evolve? Why do the teachings of
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    • definite impulse to the ancient Hebrew people. This
    • could give Abraham the impulse that you find so beautifully
    • Hebrews an important impulse through Abraham.
    • impulse that was kindled in the astral body of Jesus of
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    • the impulse necessary for the continued progress of Semitic
    • fully intelligible only when we see how spiritual impulses
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    • began to develop. The strongest impulse of this formative
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VI: On the Occasion of the Dedication of the Francis of Assisi Branch
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    • spiritual fact of our age — the Christ Impulse
    • united with the highest impulses of our age. It is necessary
    • that humanity understand the Christ-Impulse and that we can
    • understand how the Christ-Impulse has penetrated this worldly
    • this Francis of Assisi Branch, so that the impulses
    • learn to understand through the Christ-Impulse what, from a
    • Christ-Impulse is carried into every other life. Through
    • Christ-Impulse.
    • Impulse. People who will be content to obtain through the
    • life through the Christ-Impulse. That is how deep progress in
    • spiritual life ran before and after the Christ-Impulse had
    • Christ-Impulse — Francis of Assisi; his name,
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    • conquer the thought and the impulse of death in Faust's
    • impulse of the sounds of Easter that Goethe places before us
    • is the same impulse that passed through the entire
    • around this truth. Let us ask what kind of an impulse mankind
    • must be infected by a strong impulse toward the spiritual.
    • expression is in the blood, was not touched by an impulse now
    • spiritualized through the impulse that we absorb through the
    • Christ-Impulse can stream into it does one no longer need the
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    • great purview and with an enormous impulse of activity. Of
    • awakened through the Christ-Impulse can see this fire because
    • Christ-Impulse awakened the spiritual eye of human beings,
    • corpse that the impulses emanated that spiritualized life and
    • suffering? Those who understood the Impulse of Golgotha in
    • become imbued with the Christ-Impulse will be able to
    • the Christ-Impulse. If we imbue ourselves with the
    • Christ-Impulse, it is unthinkable that we could possibly be
    • cannot be suffering because the Christ-Impulse teaches us
    • everything in its own measure. The Christ-Impulse shows us
    • and ennobled by the Christ-Impulse in such a way that human
    • transfer the impetus of this great impulse to the rest of
    • a Paul out of Saul, and yet the most important impulse for
    • Christ-Force to carry its mighty impulse into future
    • Christ-Impulse that it carries within it.
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    • struggles. However, only when the impulse of the etheric body
    • own free impulse, and through the fact that they feel
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    • happen, the impulse and the proper forces had to be created,
    • then prepared the new impulse that was to come into the
    • what point in time the great Impulse of Golgotha would
    • certain age for a purpose. Likewise, the great impulses in
    • had to make it possible for the Christ-Impulse to descend to
    • Christ-Impulse.
    • spiritual impulse of our time. Christ Himself has prepared
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    • Remedies, healing herbs. Wotan-Mercury. Runes. The Wotan impulse
    • The death of Baldur and the Christ-Impulse. Transition to abstract
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    • existence, but in it lies the only possible basis for the impulse of
    • where the light of the spirit does not shine but where the impulse of
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    • which we experienced externally; it becomes an impulse demanding a
    • But now it lives within us as the impulse of a moral world-order by
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    • Remedies, healing herbs. Wotan-Mercury. Runes. The Wotan impulse
    • The death of Baldur and the Christ-Impulse. Transition to abstract
    • lived in the impulses by means of which these Druid priests guided
    • impulses, and also, for instance, for the healing methods of that
    • instances. The impulses for all that was done were read from the
    • Cosmos. The greater impulses, which were needed, one may say, to
    • The Sun-Initiation gave the Druid priest the spiritual impulse, and as
    • was a Mercury Mystery, a Mystery that added to the impulses of Sun and
    • Moon the impulse of Mercury. One might say that that old civilization
    • impulses. Only away in the East these Jupiter impulses were already
    • impulse. Thus one might say that the Mercury, the Wotan-nature, was
    • Wherever this Wotan impulse worked itself out fully, everything that
    • received a certain impulse from this Wotan element. For there was one
    • Christ-impulse was prepared. In Baldur, the God who falls into death
    • religious, social, medicinal and other impulses into his community.
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    • picture, I on my part felt the impulse to look at it with you!”
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    • impulses; and then Ahriman and his Ahrimanic spirits approach, and out
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    • Impulse. Hence Ahrimanic powers established in Earth at midsummer. In
    • Course of year embodies pulse of 3 to 1 and 1 to 3. Human soul
    • all domains of life, then through active personalities impulse could
    • moral impulse into himself. The answer he expected from the heavens
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    • history in the relation of man to those heavenly beings whose impulses
    • showing how this modern Mystery impulse can fructify not only the
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    • They saw the birth of Jesus as something which gave the impulse out of
    • the force of the Christ Impulse has been intimately bound up with the
    • Christ Impulse, together with the outward-streaming soul element, is
    • itself with our soul force through the Christ Impulse — this we
    • time, impermeable by the Christ Impulse. (See drawing). At this
    • time the Christ Impulse has to live in the exhaled breath. The
    • which has become impervious to the Christ Impulse. And when the human
    • the birth of the Christ Impulse in the ensouled Earth, the Earth must
    • approach in the right way, and the birth of the Christ Impulse take
    • which has been drawn into the Earth, the Christ Impulse is born in the
    • the birth of the Christ Impulse can occur at Christmas time in the
    • beginning for us in which we see the Christ Impulse aright when we
    • understand the Christ Impulse in the right way up to our time.
    • permeate ourselves with the Christ Impulse in the sense of the
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    • and then goes through the Resurrection, that soul impulse was given
    • thought-impulse drawn out of the spirit. For it must be clear to us
    • — this can give man that impulse which strengthens his will, that
    • impulse which points man to the permeation of his will with
    • shall have an inspiration, a Nature/Spirit impulse, to introduce
    • threefoldness, the impulse of threefoldness into all the observing and
    • of this impulse, whether the destructive forces in human evolution can
    • One might say that when we spoke of the threefold impulse it was in a
    • enough so that it can be felt how such an impulse flows directly out
    • formative impulse — can come forth from the depths of the
    • an impulse. Hence, with the present state of the Anthroposophical
    • esoteric impulse. But it must be understood how mankind's evolution
    • life, when we perceive in the depths this triple pulse of cosmic
    • things — then we can never restore the pulse of three.
    • anthroposophical impulse would consist in perceiving in the Easter
    • personalities, such a thing could actually become an impulse which
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    • divine spiritual impulses which then work on in the bird world and
    • freeze. This gave them the specific impulse to push it in one
    • over man, I should like to say as a force, as an impulse, which could
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    • himself as moral impulse what is revealed at this time of midsummer
    • impulses. But at night, when the higher spiritual beings withdraw, the
    • impulses which were implanted in man as Enlightenment (see
    • we have, instead of moral impulse, knowledge of Nature, coming
    • felt as though his will nature, his instincts and impulses were
    • this. So when we write here: “Moral impulse, Knowledge of
    • is “enfilling one's impulses with the degree of consciousness
    • possible.” “A man who rules his impulses through reflective
    • deviated from the moral impulses in the course of the year.
    • Deviation from the moral impulses through the contemplation of evil,
    • atone for what they recognized as deviations from the moral impulses
    • may get an impulse toward the spirit, he must learn to know the
    • this counter-image of the truth to receive the impulse toward the
    • Just as the other thought that lies in the Christ-Impulse must work on
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    • crossing of the impulse from the left with the impulse from the right.
    • perception the impulses that reach us in this way, or when we feel
    • cosmic impulses of thought and feeling and will, remembering always
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    • And he has impulses of will because Luciferic forces can acquire
    • impulses of will that enter our etheric body with Lucifer. And the
    • an impulse laid upon him by the Beings of the higher Hierarchies. And
    • impulse and feeling of duty.
    • slaves, because Ahriman draws near on the one hand with his impulses.
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    • being who is animated by impulses springing from the world of soul
    • spiritual impulses working through the physical human beings. If
    • still available. Then, in Rome, inspired by these impulses (which
    • regard to their purely aesthetic impulses. For to an inartistic
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    • pulse-rhythm, directly
    • number of pulse-beats per minute, in a healthy human organism, is
    • approximately 72. Hence we can say that the number of pulse-beats
    • while we take one breath, the pulse intervenes four times. Now let
    • pulse-rhythm and the rhythm of the breath to this inner, living
    • piano (if I may so express myself) where we experience the pulse
    • in the pulse-rhythm, which is essentially connected with the
    • strikes, as it were, upwards; thus we have the will-pulses striking
    • suppose that we articulate these will-pulses, in such a way that we
    • follow the will-pulses in the words, inwardly articulating the
    • accompanied by the corresponding pulse-beats, and between them we
    • pulse-beats, allowing these to play upon the stream of breath. Thus
    • will, resounded up from the pulse-beats into the rhythm of the
    • the pulse beats into the breathing, and how this brings to
    • rhythm of the heart, the rhythm of the pulse. Just as the Greek
    • harmony between the pulse, which is connected with the heart, and
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    • way in which blood-circulation, pulse-beat and breathing-rhythm
    • will-impulse – what actually is it that is overcome? (This
    • the will-impulse is ultimately formed: when the breath-stream
    • process – and this again strikes into the pulse-beat of the
    • when the word is made the bearer of an impulse of
    • force no repulse takes:
    • human being, bearing on its waves the will-impulse as a
    • there, where the will-impulse still lives within man and moves him
    • streams outward, and hold the impulse back, keeping it under
    • Nordic-Germanic peoples arrested the impulse, the urge and impetus
    • waves of the out-flowing impulses of will. This lives in the
    • waves of the words, on the waves of a will-impulse that has been
    • impulse of spiritual science to bear on aesthetic considerations
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    • impulse of thy strength, only less free
    • unfolds in the tempo of the human pulse-beat; while something more
    • rhythms of the pulse and breathing and the ratio of one to the
    • self-evident ratio between pulse-rhythm and breathing-rhythm is
    • four pulse-beats to each breath and this, of course, is the natural
    • ratio between human breathing and the pulse.
    • out of the human being as a whole. It is as if the pulse-rhythm
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    • pulse-beats, four beats coinciding with each breath. This is an
    • four pulse-beats taking place in each breath and consider their
    • pulse-beats together into one long syllable, and the remaining two
    • pulsebeats into two short syllables. We then have the verse-measure
    • will-impulse and then subsiding into thought: in this way
    • alliteration comes into being. We begin with a will-impulse, which
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    • four times as many pulse‑beats. Circulation and breathing
    • pulse-beat and breathing that echoes on in speech. Formed and
    • wisdom, its wonderful formation of feeling and its impulses of
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    • relation between respiration and pulse beat is an average one to
    • four: eighteen breaths (or thereabouts) and seventy-two pulse-beats
    • of the blood. Subconsciously our breath counts the pulse-beats; and
    • subconsciously the pulse-beats count the breaths dividing and
    • do not allow it to count up the pulse-beats on the
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    • The three ways of experiencing the Christ-Impulse, recalled. From the
    • Much to be learnt before the meaning of the Christ-Impulse can be grasped.
    • principle will become a moral impulse in those who hear it. The
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    • must include also the impulse to distinguish between the beautiful
    • impulses — those which prompt us to do good and abstain from
    • impulses to do the one and avoid the other. Even what we call our
    • conscience, however vague the impulses from it may be, comes under
    • we must admit that we are impelled by impulses, instincts and forces
    • in the form of an impulse towards discovery. Subconscious soul-life,
    • we come to the impulses of Will, the further we descend into the
    • raised into consciousness: we still allow our subconscious impulses,
    • Christ-working, which acts upon the subconscious impulses of the soul
    • therefore, we can observe in the highest sense that impulse of
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    • the long run I myself am to blame for my impulses’, will not be
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    • even if the Christ-Event had not worked as an impulse in the hearts
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    • Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
    • means to an experience of the Christ-Impulse — an experience
    • Christ-Impulse. That was not so before the Mystery of Golgotha, and
    • under the influence of the Christ-Impulse, so that we may come to a
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    • upon the Christ-Impulse as the most profound event in human
    • full greatness, the full significance, of the Christ-Impulse, from a
    • Christ-Impulse came. Let us therefore consider what we already know
    • the Christ-Impulse and everything connected with it has first been
    • and tomorrow we will approach it by asking: How is the impulse given
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    • means can we see into the heart of what the Christ-Impulse has become
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    • the essential nature of the Christ-Impulse recognised immediately
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    • currents, are permeated by the Christ-Impulse, but the Buddha has
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    • to the nature of that impulse which as the Christ-Impulse entered
    • establish his connection with the Christ-Impulse? In other words, how
    • can the Christ-Impulse become effective for the individual? The
    • Christ-Impulse.
    • Christ-Impulse. Today we wish to add the subjective side. We will try
    • eighteenth century formed on their way to the Christ-Impulse. Even
    • possibility of finding the Christ-Impulse as something real. But for
    • the connection of the world with the Christ-Impulse, what they saw
    • Christ-Impulse their own. The ground-roots of theosophical life have
    • bring to men a widening of the Christ-Impulse. But then all
    • of the Christ-Impulse in the magnificent places of the earth. It has
    • considered the exoteric paths of the past to the Christ-Impulse, we
    • Christ-Impulse to every individual human soul.
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    • mankind the Christ-Impulse has been at work, woven into it. For the
    • Christ-Impulse makes everything a man does or can do into an action
    • thought of reincarnation is permeated by the Christian impulse. He
    • impulses, so that the thought of reincarnation might come to our
    • experience the connection with the Christ-Impulse. For it is the
    • Christ-Impulse which will give life to the whole retrospective view,
    • ‘The Christ-Impulse was then on earth!’ Incarnations will
    • Christ-Impulse will be needed by men for their assurance in the
    • ethical, he feels this idea as so magical an impulse that he becomes
    • the ideas we hold of the good will immediately become moral impulses.
    • upon it as a moral impulse. After the next 3,000 years it will be
    • happened in the new epoch, and looking back on the Christ-Impulse and
    • who will place all that he has at the service of the Christ-Impulse,
    • service of the Christ-Impulse, which a sufficient number of men will
    • evolution of humanity. But if the upward impulse had not been given,
    • call it: redemption from the impulse brought by the Luciferic forces
    • understanding of the Christ-Impulse, and of the whole course of human
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    • impulse, had at the same time established the foundations of his
    • interests, impulses and desires down into the earthly sphere. Where —
    • moral ideals of humanity are merely sublimations of animal impulses,
    • animals, will sink into animal impulses, animal passions. And in many
    • The impulse going forth from Christ is in the fullest sense reality.
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    • Atlantean epoch man would have evolved as a being who in every impulse
    • innocence, obedient in his every action to the impulses instilled into
    • been prompted, not by mere impulses, but by a kind of spiritual
    • impulses earlier than would otherwise have been the case; he became an
    • impulses of man. Whereas on the earth it is only beings like animals
    • those we know as human and animal passions and impulses. The fourth or
    • perpetually be sending forth new impulses, new sproutings; rampant
    • own and help not only out of a spontaneous impulse but because we know
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    • beginning of a race gives the great impulse, the direction in which
    • Fifth Root Race began its development, the great impulse was given by
    • we find the superhuman Manu, by whom the great impulse was given. But
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    • teachers borne onwards by these impulses can readjust individual
    • us. Our social life needs a new impulse, but this can only arise as the
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    • education. Halfway through the Middle Ages comes the impulse to
    • struggles with them. An upward impulse then strikes into his blood.
    • orientation issue from organic impulses. The teacher may not exercise
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    • bore witness to the great need of our time for moral impulses to be
    • the great need that exists to-day for moral and spiritual impulses in
    • educational methods and allow the significance of such impulses to
    • inner being impulses which place us as moral beings in the civilized
    • into life. This pure, primordial impulse is necessary for our
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    • the bodily pressure and impulses to a certain extent grow less
    • The women lived a life withdrawn from the direct impulses at the root
    • with the growth of the impulse of human freedom which is at present
    • signs of the times if we desire to discover the true impulse
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    • impulse to make this thing living and so to re-vitalize the whole of
    • germ both of a feeling and of an impulse of will; it becomes a complete
    • experience. It contains no force; no impulse of feeling and of will
    • environment and what happens in this environment under the impulses
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    • being of man receives an upward impulse from below; an upward impulse
    • And out of this there will proceed the inner impulse for an education
    • LOGOS. For he felt the Logos throb and pulse with life through the whole
    • rightly perceive how the mighty impulse pulsating through such a line
    • impulses of education, one really should say: All that humanity has
    • over the living impulse in the ‘word’ when the sentence
    • and how it had to prepare for a growth of the inner impulse of
    • towards the things of sense becomes the strongest impulse in
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    • nature of the child and is brought about by the impulses of the
    • we coerce the impulses of human nature, if we do not know how to leave this
    • passes into the brain, where it becomes the impulse of speech.
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    • indeed an out-streaming of will-impulses into the organism of
    • which are then carried out by others, our will-impulses are,
    • importance in these physically active impulses of the will if
    • though the impulse does not pass into action.
    • reacts as an impulse towards the more sobering element of the
    • social life. Although man's self-expression is directed by an impulse
    • imagery, the impulse for these virtues becomes a second nature, for
    • reverence for the teacher has been a natural impulse within him, but at
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    • understanding of the Christ Impulse in the evolution of
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    • during the period of growth, are given an impulse that proceeds from
    • the right age in life. Our civilization will never receive an impulse of
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    • circulation. Ratio of breath and pulse was basis of ancient
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    • is our interest in impulses coming from anthroposophy which can
    • impulse in education at the present time. All manner of
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    • impulse leading to a spiritual conception of man and of the
    • strong spiritual impulses inherent in him from previous earth
    • After a while he gets a new impulse which inspires his later
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    • life impulse. At the same time there appears in the child's
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    • development, we need a new impulse in agriculture based on
    • expresses his own being, he has the impulses to make his own
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    • the deepest individual impulse of the individual human soul. If
    • develop what must be the activating impulse in everything he
    • teeth and puberty that most inward of human impulses, the
    • impulse of duty. Then what Goethe once expressed so
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    • the blood: 18 breaths in a minute, 72 pulse beats in a minute,
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    • That is something which, arising out of the deepest impulses of
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    • Rudolf Steiner Education: the Waldorf Impulse.
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    • humanity, if it is to answer in the future to the impulses
    • these three impulses, the super-physical in the artistic
    • other parts now follow the lead of their animal impulses and
    • the acanthus leaf simply arose from an inner impulse to form,
    • impulse of becoming one with growing forces of the form itself.
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    • action we do not think much about it, but we swiftly repulse
    • something or other which threatens us with danger; we repulse
    • permeation of our impulse for education by the experience of
    • will. What, then, will have to be the real impulse prompting
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    • the will-impulse in man inclines. How, then, can we properly
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    • front of the children, taking your educational impulses right
    • everyone talks of social impulses, but sheer anti-social
    • will, it is an impulse to selflessness itself, a direct impulse
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    • social impulses and social feelings. Many things which we would
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    • impulses of the outside world which resemble those of the
    • right understanding of historical impulses if you introduce him
    • historical impulses and historical connections. You will see,
    • development of the impulse in humanity towards culture. But
    • impulses, and these will have to be timed in the curriculum to
    • impulses in humanity and the comprehension of the external
    • physical impulses of nature in the human organism. The essence
    • of real humanity lives in historical impulses, but the power
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    • definitely feel this subconscious impulse — however
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    • this last fortnight, however different our impulses have been,
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    • “impulse” and “desire.”
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    • to their physical bodies. In etheric, as impulse. In astral, as
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    • blood and muscle system is such that the impulse in them to become
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    • to their physical bodies. In etheric, as impulse. In astral, as
    • new educational impulse, that special attention must be paid, in
    • instinct becomes impulse. In the physical body will is instinct: as
    • soon as the etheric body dominates instinct, will becomes impulse*.
    • external form — is viewed as impulse, it is very interesting to
    • without: whereas impulse, more inward in its nature, also comes more
    • instinct into impulse.
    • nature. In its turn it takes hold of impulse, and then not only is
    • this made more inward, but instinct and impulse are both lifted into
    • You find desire also in the animal, as you find impulse, because the
    • describe impulse as a thing which manifests in a uniform manner from
    • has more of the soul character than mere impulse.
    • — the instinct, impulse and desire of the body what do they
    • impulse, desire, when it is taken hold of by the ego. But instinct,
    • impulse and desire in man when taken hold of by the ego we generally
    • call motive, so that when we speak of the will impulse in the individual
    • impulse and desire from the animal world still persist, but he raises
    • impulse. You can, e.g., have the following idea: something I wished to
    • impulse of will, but which is still of the nature of will. There is
    • find all these component parts in him: instinct, impulse, desire and
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    • people around him. What then is the fundamental impulse, the
    • human being enters a time of life when impulses of the future assert
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    • over-stimulates life, we become feverish, too hot. Our blood pulses in
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    • impulse for speech from some other kind of connection with his
    • arises in him the impulse of an inward gesture, to re-live what has
    • sensations or will impulses we give the child must not be formulated
    • ideas, the impulses and sensations which we give the child must be
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    • pulse beats as he has breaths. It is this inner interplay and relationship
    • of pulse rhythm and breath rhythm, and its connection in turn with the
    • will impulse in man is accompanied by a particular form of the
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    • get the child to develop moral impulses. And here we are dealing with
    • child with moral impulses by giving him commands, by saying: you must
    • which can give us the right impulse in education and nurture and that
    • impulses of educational technique. Educational technique is of a
    • Educational technique essentially involves a religious moral impulse
    • the impulse of his work. The golden rules which must be embraced by
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    • men wrote from out of will impulses, so that the forms of writing gave
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    • the blood pulses through the muscles in intimate response to man's
    • we say to the child unites with the impulse and experience which comes
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    • pulse and breath between 10 and 12 years, even if done with external
    • beautiful, the noblest, the mast majestic of man's moral impulses
    • little impulse for education is contained in the rest of our
    • possible for them to have spontaneous impulses for education, to be
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    • originally implanted in it, so is it also when artistic impulses unite
    • the artist is not merely developing some more or less limited impulse,
    • to open themselves to the impulses coming from the spiritual world,
    • human hearts which felt compelled to realise these impulses and to
    • spiritual impulses were poured into humanity from higher worlds. These
    • impulses were taken up by certain individuals specially fitted to
    • connection with the impulses which originally inspired them, a mere
    • worlds and to carry down from thence living spiritual impulses. This
    • powerful and enthusiastic spiritual impulse. At that earlier stage
    • reveal to our present age that spiritual impulse which is suited to
    • Movement there is a firm conviction that a spiritual impulse of this
    • evolution. And this spiritual impulse must perforce, among its other
    • his true artistic impulse. Just as his material — the clay or the
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    • musical element itself could become a direct will impulse without
    • but you will not take the bell's musical element as the impulse
    • connection between pulse and breath, the ratio of eighteen breaths
    • per minute to an average of seventy-two pulse beats per minute. This
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    • to be raised into consciousness. Unlawful methods of acquiring impulses
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    • impulses connected with the future. “Propagandists by
    • to be realised and understood, which is the source of impulses of will
    • teachings and impulses to men will do so in the right and worthy way.
    • among mankind they give rise to thoughts and impulses of deep import
    • source of the impulses underlying them. And in the case of many of the
    • impulses — they were spiritual impulses, remember — were not
    • penetrates here into things deeply connected with the impulses of
    • here, sending their forces into men's thoughts, feelings and impulses
    • deter us. We must be so imbued with the impulse needed for the present
    • thing itself we see the impulse and that we simply cannot do otherwise
    • than carry this impulse into the world.
    • today — why this impulse must be carried out into the world
    • or what seemed to be a dream; he tells you of an impulse from the
    • impulses than is usually imagined. But people hesitate to admit such
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    • really happening as the outcome of impulses from the spiritual world.
    • think about impulses that are said to come from the spiritual world.
    • of our time, deep and trenchant impulses in the life of mankind are
    • been working among men, creeping into their impulses of will, into
    • When mention is made of impulses which, coming from the spiritual
    • that the moment a man draws his impulses for action in the physical
    • some knowledge of occult impulses, of impulses deriving from the
    • want to turn spiritual impulses, occult impulses to account in the
    • the right occult impulse into action at the right moment, just as the
    • such is, of course, ruled out. Impulses truly derived from the occult
    • they will never be at the disposal of mere impulses of power. That
    • impulses of power? Then one will act quite differently, trying to gain
    • impulses, which can be sought for in the sincere, straightforward ways
    • And so, with the impulses of Spiritual Science, we will continue to
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    • over to egoistic impulses. The Deed of Christ on the Earth was so to
    • fully conscious. Having Himself given the impulse, Christ Jesus made
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    • the spiritual impulse poured into Earth evolution at that time?
    • old path, without the new impulse contained in the teaching of
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    • gave the impulse for this and thereby became Buddha. Hence he does
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    • clairvoyant sees the will-impulses of a man flashing like flames
    • individual feelings and individual impulses of will; but thinking is
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    • was in this milieu that Christ Jesus was to work. The new impulse
    • impulse he gave, were related to Christ Jesus.
    • bodies of those around Him. The impulse given by the great Buddha
    • reality on Earth through the new impulse given by Christ. To the
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    • only the impulse, as it were the seed, that Christ Jesus was able to
    • Christ was now bringing an entirely new impulse, that he was seeking
    • If I were to impart in the old way the entirely new impulse I have come
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    • according to the stars and the moral impulses also came from there;
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    • leader who gives a movement its impulse cannot be held responsible
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    • nature of social circumstances that they are governed by impulses
    • consciousness which has its origins in spiritual impulses. With their
    • that spiritual impulses had flowed into it, that was a
    • had its origins in real, powerful impulses from the spiritual world.
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    • large sweep the differing impulses and development of the many
    • characteristic impulses of the various pantheistic religions.
    • impulses of humanity. From the time people enter elementary school
    • themselves not only impulses from their previous lives on earth, but
    • Through these impulses from earlier lives on earth and pre-earthly
    • who felt these impulses. Indeed, this movement aimed to make itself
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    • understanding of the impulses underlying the ancient Mysteries, and
    • The impulses derived from ancient wisdom which were still directly
    • familiar with the impulses of the ancient Mysteries when Christianity
    • And if one questioned whether the fundamental impulse of the lecture was
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    • The important factor is that everything should contain the impulse
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    • those circles where the impulse for a deeper spiritual understanding
    • was already present. This impulse came from all kinds of directions.
    • impulse, it should, on the other hand, also have become clear that
    • moral impulses also came from this divine spiritual principle.
    • principle. But at the same time they also received the impulses for
    • what came to expression as moral impulses. Those, too, were derived
    • Ethical and moral impulses came from the same divine source. But just
    • impulses met the same fate. Their roots disappeared and they were
    • individualism, because the source of the moral impulses in each
    • spiritual impulses.
    • impulse of anthroposophy, and which will then be regarded as quite
    • lays down rules, and whether there is a strong enough impulse to seek
    • overnight but over a longer time-span, the required impulse would
    • required impulse would live in the heart. Then the action, too, would
    • are active and organized, then the right impulse is clearly absent.
    • anthroposophical impulse which the Anthroposophical Society needs for
    • on really great impulses.
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    • for those interested in the history of, and the impulse behind, the
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    • the “wooing” of the Christ Impulse
    • essence of the Christ Impulse in the Cosmos and the Earth. Music is
    • able to portray the Christ Impulse in tones that are inwardly
    • expression of the Christ Impulse in its true form through music will
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Three: Form and Substantiality of the Mineral Kingdom in Relation to the Levels of Consciousness in Man
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    • Chaldeans who owed their cultural impulses to the Mystery teachings
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Four: The Secret of Investigation into Other Realms through the Metamorphosis of Consciousness
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    • had taken part in the Mysteries and had received the mighty impulses
    • from the spiritual impulses he had received, was empowered to speak
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • cosmic impulse behind copper awakens the first higher level of
    • brings him into direct contact with all the forces and impulses that
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Six: Initiation-Knowledge, Waking Consciousness and Dream Consciousness
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    • fired by a creative impulse. We must be able to control the drift
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Seven: Knowledge of the World of Stars. Differentiation of the Historical Epochs of Mankind and their Spiritual Background
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    • Gabriel epoch were already foreshadowed in the impulses operative in
    • thirties who are destined to receive the impulses from the Sun
    • relationship. It is an age in which the main impulses for the Earth
    • the forces and impulses of the present epoch must hasten to turn to
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eight: Potential Aberrations in Spiritual Investigation
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    • makes it possible for them to use the occult-chemical impulses in the
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Nine: Abnormal Paths into the Spiritual World and their Transformation
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    • Anthroposophical Society were the fruits of the impulse to
    • has its true, inner source in an impulse arising out of Initiation
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Ten: Influences of the Extra-Terrestrial Cosmos Upon the Consciousness of Man
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eleven: What is the Position in Respect of Spiritual Investigation and the Understanding of Spiritual Investigation?
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    • original impulse was lost years ago.
    • centuries the impulse towards music has been growing and
    • give a musical expression of the Christ Impulse already existed. It
    • the introduction of the Christ Impulse into the phenomenal world where
    • fails to portray the real significance of the Christ Impulse in the Cosmos
    • able to portray this Christ Impulse musically, in tones that are
    • Impulse, for it will reveal purely artistically and intuitively how
    • the Christ Impulse in the Cosmos and the Earth can be awakened
    • Impulse can be found in music. And the dissolution of the
    • Impulse will be revealed externally.
  • Title: True/False Paths: List of Literature
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    • Cosmic Christianity and the Impulse of Michael.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Publisher's Note
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    • Cosmic Christianity and the Impulse of Michael. Karma in the life
  • Title: True/False Paths: Synopses of Contents
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    • the “wooing” of the Christ Impulse
    • essence of the Christ Impulse in the Cosmos and the Earth. Music is
    • able to portray the Christ Impulse in tones that are inwardly
    • expression of the Christ Impulse in its true form through music will
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Three: Form and Substantiality of the Mineral Kingdom in Relation to the Levels of Consciousness in Man
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    • Chaldeans who owed their cultural impulses to the Mystery teachings
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Four: The Secret of Investigation into Other Realms through the Metamorphosis of Consciousness
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    • had taken part in the Mysteries and had received the mighty impulses
    • from the spiritual impulses he had received, was empowered to speak
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Five: The Inner Vitalization of the Soul through the Qualities of the Metallic Nature
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    • cosmic impulse behind copper awakens the first higher level of
    • brings him into direct contact with all the forces and impulses that
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Six: Initiation-Knowledge, Waking Consciousness and Dream Consciousness
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    • fired by a creative impulse. We must be able to control the drift
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Seven: Knowledge of the World of Stars. Differentiation of the Historical Epochs of Mankind and their Spiritual Background
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    • Gabriel epoch were already foreshadowed in the impulses operative in
    • thirties who are destined to receive the impulses from the Sun
    • relationship. It is an age in which the main impulses for the Earth
    • the forces and impulses of the present epoch must hasten to turn to
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eight: Potential Aberrations in Spiritual Investigation
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    • makes it possible for them to use the occult-chemical impulses in the
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Nine: Abnormal Paths into the Spiritual World and their Transformation
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    • Anthroposophical Society were the fruits of the impulse to
    • has its true, inner source in an impulse arising out of Initiation
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Ten: Influences of the Extra-Terrestrial Cosmos Upon the Consciousness of Man
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    • — the impulses of the Saturn sphere.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eleven: What is the Position in Respect of Spiritual Investigation and the Understanding of Spiritual Investigation?
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    • impulses, this vision is lost and we now behold the spiritual world
    • original impulse was lost years ago.
    • centuries the impulse towards music has been growing and
    • give a musical expression of the Christ Impulse already existed. It
    • the introduction of the Christ Impulse into the phenomenal world where
    • fails to portray the real significance of the Christ Impulse in the Cosmos
    • able to portray this Christ Impulse musically, in tones that are
    • Impulse, for it will reveal purely artistically and intuitively how
    • the Christ Impulse in the Cosmos and the Earth can be awakened
    • Impulse can be found in music. And the dissolution of the
    • Impulse will be revealed externally.
  • Title: True/False Paths: List of Literature
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    • Cosmic Christianity and the Impulse of Michael.
  • Title: Art/Mystery Wisdom: Cover Sheet
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    • impulses of transformation in artistic evolution, the moral experience of
  • Title: Art/Mystery Wisdom: Concerning the Transcripts of the Lectures
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    • impulses of transformation in artistic evolution, the moral experience of
  • Title: Art/Mystery Wisdom: Contents
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    • Lecture Two, Impulses of Transformation for Man's Artistic Evolution I*
    • Lecture Three, Impulses of Transformation for Man's Artistic Evolution II*
  • Title: Art/Mystery Wisdom: Introduction by Marie Steiner
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    • The impulses of regeneration given to
    • artistic creativity. Their impulses, acting from the
    • have for the present destroyed a mighty impulse for
    • the deceased master of the impulses of beauty. Whe